Letter from Monique

Are you a woman with a family living the expat life in Asia or the Middle East?

And are you dealing with daily digestive discomfort and other perplexing health challenges that seem to be holding you back?

You’re not alone.

Living the expat lifestyle has many rewards. You get to travel the world, learn about new cultures, make new friends, and open your mind to many new opportunities.

But what we don’t often talk about is how moving around the globe and transitioning to new environments and climates every few years, can take a toll on your health.

Stress and overwhelm, exposure to new climates, foods, and different hygiene conditions can trigger digestive problems that, if not resolved, can have a ripple effect on your entire health and wellbeing.

Maybe you are dealing with obvious and not so glamorous digestive issues such as: stomach pain, acid reflux, bloating, gas, diarrhea or constipation (or both!)…

woman holding headMaybe you have other, less obvious signs that your digestive system is compromised: your energy levels are low, you’re feeling flat, you have mysterious allergies and reactions to the things you eat, your skin, hair and hormones are acting up or you seem to be catching every cold or flu that is going around.

The bottom line is that while on the outside nothing may seem to be wrong with you, you feel bogged down by your health issues and they are keeping you from living your most optimal life.

If you are like most of my clients, you have tried to deal with this on your own.

You may have tried many things to resolve this too: like trying to eat healthier, exercising, seeing local physicians but nothing has really helped you to permanently resolve your health challenges.

And as you now realize, you need a solution.

Are you ready to get to the bottom of this and transform your health and your life?

Waking Up

I’ve got really good news.

Healing and optimising your digestion can create high levels of energy, help you feel clear, focused and confident and ready to make the most of your life and travels abroad.

The ripple effect of handling your digestive issues is like the magic bullet!

It’s just so much easier to feel positive and able to take on the challenges of expat living, like adapting to new cultures, finding your way around town, dealing with household help, making new friends or perhaps exploring new interests when you’re not weighed down, quite literally, by digestive discomfort.

It’s possible to get back to feeling like yourself while living abroad

Hi, my name is Monique and I have been an expat for the last 22 years and I have been exactly where you are.

I suffered from low energy, mood swings, hormonal imbalances, skin rashes, stomach pains, and was able to resolve all these issues by healing my digestion with food and lifestyle modifications while living abroad.

It was so transformational and such a relief that I studied and became a Functional Nutrition & Lifestyle Practitioner with a mission to help other expat women do the same.

Good health and your ability to be at your best truly begins in your gut.

By addressing the root cause of your problems: your digestion, you can literally transform your health and your life.

This is why I have created an extraordinary, highly customized 10-week signature program in which I will personally guide you through the 8 steps to healing your digestion and resolving your health challenges for good.

I’ve put together the program that I wish I had found when I was feeling frustrated, sick and overwhelmed.

I can show you how everything that is bothering you – your hormones, your immune system, your hair, skin and nails, to premature aging… and even your ability to think clearly and be your very best, all point back to the health of your digestion.

I’m happy to share more about how I came to my approach here and how I work with clients here.

If you’re serious about getting this solved and moving on with your life, then you may want to jump ahead and apply for a free session with me. You can learn more about that here.