Hope is near for heartburn, bloating and other digestive orders

Apr 18, 2014
Michelle Sanderbeck, N.D.

Problems such as bloating, heartburn, nausea, colitis, Crohn’s disease and gall stones, to name a few, are common health problems in the area.

Digestive and bowel disorders impact 60 to 70 million in the U.S., cause untold personal misery and cost $141 bill a year to treat according to the National Institute of Health.

During two free seminars at to be held Thursday, April 24  one at 1:30 p.m. and another at 5:30 p.m., at the Waynesville Public Library, the causes of these conditions will be discussed.

Discover why digestion should be a first priority of health and identify the missing link to natural healing.

Michele Sanderbeck, Haywood County’s only doctor of naturopathy, will be leading the presentation with discussion following.

Those planning to attend are asked to call in advance to ensure enough materials will be available. Call 828-734-7702 to reserve a space.

Sanderbeck has a private business, Be Well Western Carolina, located at 29 Forga Plaza Loop in Waynesville.

Comments (2)
Posted by: David Woody | Apr 19, 2014 11:07

"Boating?"  Please, who edits these articles?  Clearly no one proof reads."

Posted by: Allen Alsbrooks | Apr 19, 2014 13:00

Our country is being invaded and our government looks the other way. Our country is on the verge of bankruptcy and continues to spend like drunken sailors. Our government takes actions every day to impede our liberties in violatn of the United States Constitution. Yet, when we stand up against the government we are labeled as uneducated or tyrants.

And the only comment you can muster concerns misspelling? That's rich.

Oh, and "proofread" is the correct spelling both in the vernacular and colloquially.

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