Eating healthy and still have a gut ‘out-of-whack?’

Sharon Sayler from The Autoimmune Hour welcomes Kelsey Ale, certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner who began her career in the health and wellness industry over a decade ago. With her in-depth knowledge of anatomy and physiology, she approaches her nutrition practice from a whole-body perspective.

On today’s episode we explore:

  • What is emotional eating and emergency “follow the jingle” eating
  • Understanding your own bio-individuality and food sensitivities
  • Why it’s necessary to always look at digestion first when it comes to autoimmune
  • What are anti-nutrients and could they be keeping us from thriving?
  • Juicing, raw or cook – which way is better?

Plus so much more….

Kelsey Ale creates individualized nutrition, supplement, and wellness plans that address each client’s needs. This focus on “bio-individuality” allows her to meet each person where they are and create a completely customized plan to ensure their health goals are achieved. She believes that proper nutrition is one of the most fundamental tools we can use to create a healthy, happy life. Grab a copy of her free ebook, “5 to Thrive: The 5 Keys For Creating Vibrant Health & Healing Your Body” and learn more about Kelsey at

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About Your Host, Sharon Sayler

Your host, Sharon Sayler is a certified executive and wellness coach, communications trainer, public speaker, best selling author, and the founder of Competitive Edge Communications who specializes in teaching professionals critical nonverbal and body language skills including how to have those critical “tough” conversations. She teaches how to up-your-impact on the stage, in the boardroom, with clients, customers, team members and even how to deal with difficult people.

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