Lynda Enright MS, RDN, LD, CLT

Lynda Enright

I’m an educator, coach, and nutrition expert. My passion is to help individuals heal their gut and create positive changes in their lifestyle so they CAN lose weight, have energy and feel great!

I help my clients reduce the chronic inflammation that’s been created by a life of SAD (the Standard American Diet), overuse of prescription and over the counter medications, inactivity, excess stress and sleep deprivation. I help women and men who have suffered for years with being overweight, digestive upset, aches and pains, and brain fog, and are ready to get their life and their vibrant health back.

Not only do I have a Master’s of Science in Nutrition from the University of Minnesota, certification in LEAP Therapy for food sensitivities, Health and Wellness Coach certification from Wellcoaches, and am a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist, but I learned from personal experience how healthy eating and living can allow us to thrive. I resolved my own irritable bowel syndrome and have helped hundreds of patients achieve healthy weight, reduce inflammation, increase their energy, eliminate aches and pains, and come out of their brain fog!

Throughout my own journey – a diet of fast food, overusing over-the-counter medications, and not exercising, I learned how terrible it is to feel bad all the time, and that the seemingly hard choices are more than worth feeling amazing every day. I learned that food truly is medicine and much of the food we are consuming is making a large part of the American population very sick. I’m very passionate about educating as many people as I can before we’re all too sick to recover.

Be Well Nutrition Consulting
http://www.BeWellConsulting.com

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Areas of Specialty

Weight Loss

Other

Treatment Methods

Coaching

Books Lynda has Published

Heal Your Gut

Lose weight, End the bloat, Gain energy, Feel amazing!

Do you get so bloated after eating that it’s hard to button up your pants? Do you have a closet full of clothes but everything looks and feels uncomfortable or too tight? Have you tried everything to lose weight, but it seems 10 times harder than it used to be? Do you struggle with lack of concentration and brain fog so that tasks that used to seem easy now can feel overwhelming? You’re not alone! I see men and women every day with these struggles. And they are told – it’s in their head,

Articles Lynda has Published
Heal Your Gut, Heal Your Brain
Heal Your Gut, Heal Your Brain

At Be Well Consulting, we spend a lot of time advocating for the gut's role in overall health and wellness. We've written previously about its influence on bloating, inflammation, and autoimmune disease. »

At Be Well Consulting, we spend a lot of time advocating for the gut's role in overall health and wellness. We've written previously about its influence on bloating, inflammation, and autoimmune disease. Today we'll be exploring the gut's vital role in supporting a balanced brain. Go with Your Gut. Going with your gut is a common idiom for a reason. On an innate level, people have understood the gut's..

Lynda Enright · July 13th, 2017

Lynda Enright · July 13th, 2017

Bloating, IBS and Trigger Foods
Bloating, IBS and Trigger Foods

Bloating, cramps and stomach irritability can feel like minimal concerns, however, if you're struggling with issues daily then it may be time to consider making lifestyle changes. Digestive problems are »

Bloating, cramps and stomach irritability can feel like minimal concerns, however, if you're struggling with issues daily then it may be time to consider making lifestyle changes. Digestive problems are one of the most common reasons why people seek medical help; they can hamper everyday activities and routines. While there are many methods for treating intestinal discomfort, the medical community..

Lynda Enright · June 20th, 2017

Lynda Enright · June 20th, 2017

The Connection Between Gut Health and Inflammation
The Connection Between Gut Health and Inflammation

Some pass it off as aging; others suffer from ongoing health issues; however, there's a chance your chronic inflammation means something else entirely: poor gut health. It might sound like we're a broken »

Some pass it off as aging; others suffer from ongoing health issues; however, there's a chance your chronic inflammation means something else entirely: poor gut health. It might sound like we're a broken record, but we'll never stop repeating it, your gut has an enormous impact on your overall wellbeing. Your stomach is filled with trillions of living bacteria and yeast which is called your microbiome...

Lynda Enright · May 8th, 2017

Lynda Enright · May 8th, 2017

Gut Health and Autoimmune Disease
Gut Health and Autoimmune Disease

One of the biggest recent medical revelations is the vital connection between gut health and wellness. Ongoing scientific research suggests that the microbiome, the good bacteria in our gut, helps prevent »

One of the biggest recent medical revelations is the vital connection between gut health and wellness. Ongoing scientific research suggests that the microbiome, the good bacteria in our gut, helps prevent (perhaps even heal) autoimmune diseases. In fact, our bodies are full of more healthy bacteria than actual human cells! Being that the gut is the center of our immune system (making up almost 80 percent),..

Lynda Enright · April 4th, 2017

Lynda Enright · April 4th, 2017