Katie Bauer, MA, CNE, CH, Owner of Nourished Health Center, Nourished Health Consulting and

Nourished Health Cooking School is a Recommended Digestive Health Expert and Sought Out Media Source

How Katie Can Help Media Professionals

Katie Bauer Offers:

  • Knowledgeable and engaging resources for nutrition-related articles
  • Dynamic commentary as an expert for TV and radio news segments
  • Lively participation as a qualified panelist on nutrition
  • Entertaining healthy gourmet cooking demos

Katie makes the subject of digestive wellness come alive for audiences on radio and television with topics such as:

  • Cleaning your body from the inside out: Learn the best self-care fasting and detoxification programs to flush your body of toxins, support your liver, and feel amazing afterwards.
  • Natural therapies for common digestive problems: Safe remedies for common digestive ills, from bad breath and gastric reflux, to irritable bowel syndrome and parasites.
  • Eat for digestive wellness: Create a customized diet that gets rid of your unpleasant digestive symptoms once and for all
  • Living a vibrant gluten free life: Learn what foods to avoid, what to eat, how to eat out, how to improve digestion and avoid developing additional food sensitivities/intolerances.
  • Raising an allergenic kid: Learn how to avoid cross-contamination, dealing with school and food gathering, preparing healthy foods that don’t make your kid feel like a freak!

Katie can offer quick and healthy recipes or cooking/food preparation tips to accompany your articles, news segments and more, specializing in:

  • Limited diets
  • Gluten free foods
  • Dairy free foods
  • Raw foods
  • Healthy and easy foods for kids
  • Cleansing foods during a detox
  • Foods for dealing with or preventing cancers

Katie can offer beneficial insight and expertise on the connection of digestive wellness to these specific health concerns for adults and children:

  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Autism
  • Brain fog
  • Candida
  • Canker sores/Mouth ulcers
  • Celiac disease
  • Colic
  • Constipation
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Diabetes
  • Diarrhea
  • Eczema
  • Gas/Flatulence
  • Gastric Reflux
  • Gluten intolerance
  • Irritable bowel syndrome/disease
  • Leaky gut syndrome
  • Migraine headaches
  • Parasite infections
  • Thrush
  • Ulcerative Colitis
  • Yeast infections

Some Suggested Digestive Wellness Interview Questions:

  • What’s the most common misconception about our digestive system?
  • What’s behind the epidemic rise in digestive illnesses in America?
  • What’s the best kind of diet for optimal digestive wellness?
  • What are some obvious signs that your digestive system isn’t functioning at its peak?
  • Besides uncomfortable or annoying symptoms, what are some more serious consequences of poor digestive health?
  • What are some of the worst things you can eat or do for your digestion, and why?
  • How do intestinal bacteria benefit our health, and what can we do to support them?
  • What common over-the-counter medications or prescription drugs overtax or possibly even harm our digestive system?
  • What function does bacteria have in our body, and what happens when our good and bad intestinal bacteria get out of balance
  • What kinds of tests can you get to determine how well your digestive organs and systems are functioning?
  • Why do digestive medications so often focus on symptom relief, rather than getting to the root cause of your digestive problem?
  • What are some unexpected health conditions that can be caused by faulty digestion, ones we don’t normally associate with digestive illness?
  • What’s leaky gut syndrome, and what causes it?

Some Suggested Food Intolerance/Allergy Interview Questions:

  • What’s leaky gut syndrome, and what causes it?
  • What’s the difference between celiac disease and gluten intolerance?
  • How can people transition to a gluten free diet?
  • What tests are available to determine if you have a problem with gluten?
  • What are hidden sources of gluten?
  • How can people on a limited diet eat out?
  • How do you avoid cross-contamination of foods at home?
  • Whey do people develop multiple food sensitivities/intolerances?
  • What’s the difference between a food allergy, food sensitivity and food intolerance?
  • What’s the difference between lactose intolerance and dairy sensitivity?
  • Can people with a food sensitivity, eat it sometimes?
  • What are some the uncommon symptoms people with celiac or non-celiac gluten intolerance develop?
  • What foods should be excluded for ADHD or other autism spectrum disorders? Why?
  • What sort of symptoms do people going off of certain foods develop and why?
  • What is celiac disease?
  • How are food sensitivities connected to autoimmune conditions (like fibromyalgia, Hashimotos, osteoarthritis, crohns disease, and others)?
  • How are food sensitivities connected to chronic fatigue syndrome?

For more topics, view the topics Katie speaks on and offers workshops in here.

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