Did you know that the microbiome can have a dynamic influence on hormone levels and female fertility? Want to know why Ali just completed her third Beat the Bloat Cleanse? Dysbiosis or yeast and bacteria imbalance can wreak havoc on the body, not only causing GI disturbance and skin flares but it can also exacerbate conditions that lead to infertility such as endometriosis and PCOS. Tune in to find out what happened during Ali’s cleanse, how she dealt with dieoff symptoms and why berberine and aromatic essential oils should have a place in your supplement routine even when not doing a cleanse! 


In this episode, Ali and Becki discuss the influence of the microbiome on disease and what can happen when pathogenic organisms take over. Beyond the common symptoms of bowel irregularity and skin conditions we can see mood influence, headaches, chronic fatigue and even autoimmune disease as common manifestations of dysbiosis. Learn why dysbiosis can occur in the first place, how to recognize and test, and why we created the Beat the Bloat protocol as a microbiome reset. Plus hear us nerd out on how berberine can be more effective than metformin in addressing PCOS and infertility!


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