• Martha Lewis

Can't sleep and you think your gut is healthy? Keep reading...

Updated: Aug 13, 2020

When I tell people that their insomnia could be caused by an unhealthy gut, most people say “my gut is fine. I don’t think it’s my gut.”

Here’s the deal.

Most people’s guts aren’t fine. First of all, it's estimated that 85% of Americans have a parasite. I know it sounds gross but it’s true.

Plus, we’ve been eating processed foods for a few generations now which has altered our gut flora.

Just because you don’t have constipation or diarrhea or indigestion doesn’t mean your gut is fine. An unhealthy gut manifests differently for everyone; it can cause skin issues, fatigue, brain fog, anxiety, insomnia and many other symptoms.

I’ve been a gut health expert for many years and I found out that I have a parasite, bacterial overgrowth and candida, even after years of eating fermented foods and drinking plenty of bone broth.

So if a gut health expert’s gut is unbalanced, there’s a good chance that yours is too. Especially if you have insomnia. Every single one of my clients has a gut imbalance.

A healthy gut is key to being healthy in general and sleeping well. Want to find out what’s going on in your gut? I’ll tell you exactly how your gut affects your sleep and, more importantly, give you a plan to repair it so you can get the sleep you need.


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Martha Lewis, MS, APSC

Jackson Hole, WY



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