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  • Milltown
    Dublin 6
    D06 A9YO
What is 'gut health' and why is it important? Get the low down on gut health and how a healthy gut is good for your digestive system.

Niamh O’ Brien is an Acupuncturist and Naturopath based in Dublin. 

At the age of 16, Niamh was forced to rebalance her system and gut health when she started experiencing symptoms such as blurred vision, muscle pain, palpitations, and anxiety.  

The benefits she reaped from positively addressing her own gut health eventually led her into the area of natural health as a full-time career and she is now passionate about educating people on how well-being can be harnessed simply by looking after our precious gut microflora - especially at a time when stress, anxiety and overwhelm seem to be more prevalent.

Why Gut Health is Important

A balanced gut microbiome can help support a happier, healthier life and affects everything from our mood, brain function, sleep, weight, allergies and immune system.

When you improve your gut health, you will benefit from:

  • Reduced inflammation

  • Boosted energy levels

  • Supported digestive system in dealing with excess

  • Improved mood, clarity and overall wellbeing

  • Deeper sleep and restful nights

Talk to Niamh today and she will provide dietary and lifestyle advice to help you nourish and support your gut microbiome. She can talk to you about:

  • increasing good bacteria in your gut naturally

  • how to identify the best foods for gut health

  • how to identify the worst foods for gut health 

  • how good gut bacteria can help you maintain a strong immune system

Niamh O’ Brien provides one to one sessions with clients and hosts gut health workshops for business and corporate groups.

Workshop example

2 part webinar - 7-day health cleanse to take participants through a programme that will help:

  • Reduce inflammation

  • Boost energy levels

  • Support your digestive system

  • Improve mood, clarity and overall wellbeing

  • Encourage deeper sleep and restful nights