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Gut-Brain Connection with Stephanie from Fuel for Life - Free Event

  • Cambridge Naturals in Brighton 92 Guest Street Brighton, MA, 02135 United States (map)

The gut-brain connection plays an integral role in our overall health. The way our bodies interact
with our environment and vice versa control the functionality and overall health of our gut brain
connection. Emerging research has begun to show that many mental health, autoimmune, and
inflammatory conditions originate from imbalances in our gut microbiota. During this
session we will discuss the following:

1. The role nutrition plays on the gut microbiota and how we can strengthen this connection.

2. Functional foods that improve the gut microbiota and brain health.

3. How to to reduce stress to improve gut functioning, and enhance our mental health

4. The role of fasting in a nutritious diet

The class will be held at our Brigton shop. Space if limited, so please only sign up if you plan on coming. Of course, things come up, so just let us know if something comes up and you can no longer attend!

All attendees will receive a 15% off coupon to shop at our store! We do validate parking for the parking garage directly behind our store - starting at 5pm. There is also street parking around the area. Any questions, please email -

Stephanie’s lifelong dream was to make a difference in the lives of others through opening an integrative, functional nutrition practice. That journey began in 2018 with the inception of Fuel for Life. From a young age, Stephanie knew her love of nutrition and wellness, married with her passion for helping others would always inspire her to make meaningful change in the field of functional nutrition. She uses a root cause, systems-oriented approach to help patients achieve their best health.
Stephanie received a BS in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Pittsburgh and completed her Dietetic Internship through the University of Delaware. She went on to pursue her MEd. in Counseling from West Chester University and her MS in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of Western States. Stephanie has also completed the Institute of Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner program through the Institute of Functional Medicine providing her with invaluable skill sets to help nurture individualized, patient-centered care.
Stephanie’s Specialty Areas Include: IBD, Sports Nutrition, Autoimmune Conditions, & Dysautonomia