Healing Leaky Gut: Find & Fix Your Food Sensitivities



Tuesday, February 7th  /  7:00 to 8:00PM


The Beet at Ellwood’s


Do you just not feel well after eating certain foods? Are you often fatigued or foggy headed shortly after a meal? Are you having a tough time losing excess weight? Or are you simply not sure why you have symptoms that seem to come and go without explanation, like headaches or skin rashes?

If you answered YES to any of these, you are most likely suffering from Food Sensitivities related to “Leaky Gut”…and can be helped quickly!

Join us to learn:

  • What’s the difference food sensitivities, intolerances, & allergies and why your doctor may not detect them.
  • What exactly is “Leaky Gut”, how can you tell if you have it, and exactly what can you do to FIX it so you feel better, fast!


Dr. Michael Wild | GetN2Balance

Dr. Wild graduated with Cum Laude Honors from Boston College with a BA in Psychology (concentration in Psycho-Physiology), and received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College in 1991.

Dr. Wild is a board certified Chiropractic Physician licensed by the Medical Board of Virginia. He has been freeing people from pain and helping them live healthier more productive lives since 1991, and has focused on the needs of his neighbors in Richmond’s West End since 1993.

Dr. Wild uses a “whole person approach” when taking care of his patients. By combining the very best hands-on healing techniques, state-of-the-art diagnostic & treatment procedures, and providing the newest and best natural whole-food vitamins and mineral supplements on the market today, Dr. Wild is able to help you to accelerate your journey to good health. His mission is to help people realize that “health comes from within, and ultimately, maintaining your health is superior to the treatment of disease.”


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