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May 12, 2014 0 Comments

devanHey everyone!

My name is Devan and I am a junior at UW-La Crosse studying Fitness and Nutrition. Since high school, I’ve struggled with a lot of painful stomach issues with no real explanations as to why. In high school, I began to cut out things such as dairy from my diet and noticed a little bit of a difference, but I always felt sick after a meal, no matter what I ate it seemed. I came to college and was interested in finding out more, so I did some research on the side and all I found were answers that told me to ‘eat whole grains, less sugar, blah blah blah’. I went to the emergency room twice because of my stomach pains, both times the doctors couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me. I ended up spending thousands of dollars on procedures that my insurance didn’t end up covering and still coming up without an answer for the awful pain I was experiencing. At the beginning of this past school year, I started interning at Eupraxia. Steve taught me how to eat right – the real way – not all the stuff I thought was healthy. Turns out I was consuming wheat and whole grains for literally every meal and this was a likely factor in my stomach pain. After a month or two of following the diet that Eupraxia teaches, I haven’t had hardly any issues with my stomach! I was really surprised that what the world teaches us is healthy, really isn’t; and how much a few changes in daily diet can make a huge difference in overall health and save a couple thousand dollars in the long run. I definitely still notice when I have my days where my stomach acts up; it’s usually because I’ve eaten something I shouldn’t have! So, stick to proper nutrition and I promise you’ll see great results!

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My goal when writing is to take confusing or complicated information and make it easy to understand and apply. I have spent the last decade obsessively researching and teaching how to improve performance and longevity. Dr Czys

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