The Love Your Gut podcast, hosted by Dr. Heather Finley, is a live-workshop style gut health podcast that is helping thousands of women redefine their gut health, chase bold dreams, and feel empowered in their health. 

After completing a Doctorate in Clinical Nutrition and overcoming gut health issues of her own, Dr. Heather Finley started to help hundreds of women find lasting solutions from their digestive issues using her unique and cutting edge holistic methodology. 

Each week on the podcast, Heather breaks down complex science into digestible information so that you can understand why you are experiencing the symptoms that you are, and what you can do about them to find sustainable and lasting relief. 

Gone are the days of continually eliminating foods to find minimal relief. The Love Your Gut podcast dives deep into topics that explain the root causes of your symptoms. 

It’s time to love your gut, so that it will love you back, so tune in each Tuesday and feel empowered to take action to improve your gut health with the tips, tricks, and information Heather is sharing. 

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About Dr. Heather

Digestive health is very near and dear to me.

I don’t remember a time growing up when I wasn’t constipated.

It became so normal for me that I figured everyone must feel that way.

I remember being in a restaurant with my Dad when I was 12, and he asked me what I wanted to order and I just started crying, saying, “I can’t eat. I’ve been constipated for SEVEN DAYS!”

 And that wasn’t rare for me.

I never felt good, I was constantly bloated and I just felt insecure about myself. 

There was a lot of confusion around why I felt the way I did and I couldn’t find anyone that could help me. Countless doctors kept telling me that everything was “normal,”  but I couldn’t accept living like this forever.

I don’t remember a time growing up when I wasn’t constipated.

It became so normal for me that I figured everyone must feel that way.

I remember being in a restaurant with my Dad when I was 12, and he asked me what I wanted to order and I just started crying, saying, “I can’t eat. I’ve been constipated for SEVEN DAYS!”

 And that wasn’t rare for me.

I never felt good, I was constantly bloated and I just felt insecure about myself. 

There was a lot of confusion around why I felt the way I did and I couldn’t find anyone that could help me. Countless doctors kept telling me that everything was “normal,”  but I couldn’t accept living like this forever.