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Webinar: How your Gut Biome Influences Mental Health and what Soil has to do With It
September 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm MDTFree – $10.00
As organisms, we’re not in it alone. Our personal community of bacteria, viruses, archaea, and fungi living in our guts and in the additional protazoa and amoeba in the soil can be our allies with the right support. These allies can also help support recovering mental and planetary health. Join us for a panel discussion with a gut health microbiome coach and soil-microbiome nerds as we talk through the overlaps of how our health, our soil health,and climate’s health are connected through the myriad #weecritters in our guts and in every teaspoon of soil.
Shannon Bean Scalise
Free to Members and Non-Members
About our Presenters:
Lindsey Parsons, EdD –
Lindsey is a Certified Health Coach working out of northeast Tucson. She specializes in helping clients locally and nationally heal gut health issues and reverse autoimmune disease naturally as well as lose weight without cutting calories. She also hosts the podcast “The Perfect Stool: Understanding and Healing the Gut Microbiome”. Prior to starting her health coaching career, she co-founded and ran a nonprofit advocating for healthier food in the Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland.
Cass Posey –
Matt Powers –
Matt Powers (M.Ed) is an author, educator, citizen scientist, entrepreneur, and family guy who teaches people all over the world how to live more regeneratively. Personally driven by a deep desire to have the best food possible for his wife and cancer-survivor, Adriana, and their two boys, Matt, a former public high school teacher with a Masters degree in Education, is creator of over a dozen online courses and author of over 20 books on permaculture and regenerative soil science like The Permaculture Student series and the Regenerative Soil Trilogy. Matt is also the host of A Regenerative Future, the podcast and Youtube show, where he interviews leaders in the regenerative space and shares his own work and insights.
Shannon Bean Scalise –
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