Are you feeling foggy and irritable no matter what you do?

Let’s talk about a Gut Cleanse—and Why You Need One….

If your symptoms have persisted for a while and are coupled with chronic fatigue, headaches, and allergic reactions, then your body might be telling you that your gut is ready for a cleanse.

What's going on in your microbiome matters.

We have both good and bad bacteria inside of us of digestive systems, and some of those bacteria are designed to help us a have a healthy gut so that we can avoid symptoms like headaches and arthritis. However, your body might need some help with flushing out some leftover bacteria and there are several benefits to giving your body a healthy reset. The makeup of the trillions of microbes that live in your body controls everything from how well you may (or may not) be sleeping to your mood—and of course, any imbalance can lead to digestive problems.

Eating fermented foods, cutting out sugar, and adding a daily probiotic to your wellness routine all promote a healthy relationship with your bacterial guests—but sometimes you have to go all-out and do a total gut reboot.

I’m Dr. Austyn Yarbrough!

I am a holistic physician that has an online functional nutrition practice. I specialize in detoxification, weight loss, and inflammation. I believe that nutrition and supplementation are vital to reach optimal health.

Whether one needs basic diet adjustments to decrease inflammation, or more in-depth work, I am here to help patient’s reach their goals in their health and healing journey. Some things I focus on are: supplementation based on blood panels and hormone panels, comprehensive nutritional analysis based on detailed history and surveys, detoxification to treat internal disorders, and hormone friendly work out plans. I strive to educate the public on the effects of synthetics on health.

Here are a few symptoms of an unhealthy colon:

A healthy gut can process and eliminate the harmful bacteria in your digestive tract on a relatively frequent basis. If you are experiencing strained or painful bowel movements, or they happen infrequently, you should meet with your doctor to see if a gut cleanse is a good idea.

Acne. Granted, if you’ve been skipping your nightly and morning face cleansing routine, you’re more likely to have acne. However, acne can also be caused by inflammation due to a leaky gut. If bacteria have escaped into your bloodstream, you can expect to see few a pimples.

Mental Health Issues. While mental illness can be a result of your genetic makeup and you could have inherited anxiety and depression from a relative, your suffering might lessen if you have a clean gut. If you have a leaky gut, it could affect your body’s ability to regulate serotonin and vitamin D.

Food Allergies. Are you unable to tolerate soft serve ice cream or an extra helping of breadsticks at dinner? An unhealthy gut can make digesting foods with a lot of dairy or gluten very difficult. You might find relief from your food allergies and additional inflammation if you connect with your doctor about doing a gut cleanse and limit these types of foods in your diet.

Sugar Cravings. Unfortunately, if you have a lot of harmful bacteria in your gut, your body will crave foods that are bad for you, especially foods that are high in sugar. If you notice that you want sugar more than usual, or you’ve had a hard time curbing your sugar urges, then you need to meet with your doctor to discuss whether a gut cleanse is the reset that your body needs.

With this Gut Cleanse, you will get:

A rock solid 5 part supplement regimen to address gut dysbiosis, biofilms, parasites and more Two Zoom Calls with Dr. Austyn
Access to a Members Only WhatsApp Group

Here's what you will learn:

  • the contributors to gut dysfunction and how it translates to a damaged metabolism
  • which foods have the greatest capacity to heal
  • how to strategically time your meals
  • the importance of detoxification
  • home hacks to improve your environment

What are the benefits of a Gut Cleanse


When you’re going through a gut cleanse, it’s likely that you’ll have a few bowel movements that will help to expel the buildup of toxins and old waste in your body. When this happens, you might lose a few pounds because you’re not carrying a buildup of toxins and any waste that was lying in wait in your digestive tract. However, don’t expect to lose a ton of weight from a gut cleanse alone. Once your cleanse is over, it might be a good idea to consult with your doctor and see how they think that you should proceed with your weight loss journey.


Brain fog can be caused by many things. Brain fog is characterized by a lack of focus, foggy memory, and a reduced sense of sharpness. When you have a leaky gut, undigested food particles and toxins can escape your digestive tract and make their way into your bloodstream, which can result in a few symptoms like brain fog. A gut cleanse can help to reset your body and brain and make your day to day functions feel a little bit easier.


If you’ve been suffering from constipation, a gut cleanse can help with that. When you initially begin your cleanse, you’re going to have a few bowel movements, and that will help to clean out old bacteria and build up in your digestive system.

However, a gut cleanse can get you on the right track to preventing constipation overall because your digestive system has been shocked into action. The relief of constipation can eliminate some of its symptoms like blockage in your rectum, hard or lumpy stools, or strain when you have a bowel movement

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