Improve Digestion

One of the wisest expressions I’ve ever heard was originally stated over 2,000 years ago, by Hippocrates, The Father of Medicine. It was as follows:

“All disease begins in the gut.”

As often happens, we move away from old wisdom, and digestive health was often overlooked as a source of other health issues in the body; however, research is starting to move the spotlight back on to the importance of digestion.

Efficient Digestion Means Better Health

We’re only as healthy as our digestive system.


I met Anna almost 4 years ago, and I can say that it is the best thing that could have happened to me. I was very sick; hormones were very low, high blood pressure, very tired and with almost no quality of life.

Slowly, under Anna’s guidance and treatments I got better. She gave advice on foods, supplements, and treatments that helped me regain my energy. I can say that the most beneficial treatment was the BioEnergetic Evaluation, an amazing tool that pinpointed weak spots in my system. CranioSacral Therapy was another treatment that helped me enormously, releasing blockages and promoting body relaxation.

Thank you Anna for helping me to be healthy again !!!

Sonia Diaz

A healthy digestive system and efficient digestion is fundamental to overall health. The common expression “you are what you eat’, would be more correct if stated as follows: “you are what you digest and assimilate”.

This system has two major functions. One is to effectively breakdown food so that we can benefit from the nutrients by absorbing them into our bloodstream, the other is to prevent toxins in our digestive system from entering our bloodstream.

If the digestive system is compromised and unable to properly carry out these two functions, a wide variety of health issues can develop, from physiological imbalances such as diabetes and auto-immune conditions, to psychological conditions such as depression and ADD. In fact, this is the foundation of the GAPS™ protocol that Perfect Resonance follows.

Not Just What We Eat, But How & When

Our digestion is affected by not only what we eat, but how and when we eat. Stress also plays a big role in how well our digestive system functions.

One of the foundational pillars to improving digestive health is avoiding what I call ‘foods that fight’. Simply by practicing some practical food combining techniques, clients have received relief from bloating, belching, flatulence, heartburn and diarrhea.