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Lindsay Langley, BSN, RN, CHT


Lindsay Langley, BSN, RN, CHT is a third-generation nurse. Since 2005, Lindsay has gained much medical/surgical experience, most of which was at MUSC hospital. Lindsay’s holistic journey started in 2012 when she was trying to conceive her first child. When conventional approaches left her with no reason for infertility, she used her background as a nurse to research holistic interventions. She slowly integrated healthier lifestyle changes into her routine and was soon pregnant. In 2017, Lindsay’s second child was born and began to show symptoms of eczema at 5 months old. Again, she found conventional treatment recommendations difficult to accept, so she sought ways to treat his condition naturally by healing his gut, removing common allergens and confirmed food triggers. He has progressed very well with dietary modifications, detox support and supplementation.

Lindsay says, “I’m passionate about the digestive system because is so important. It not only provides nourishment for the entire body but it plays a huge role in the elimination of toxins. I am amazed by power of the intestinal microbiome; which, many experts are calling an organ, and the role that it plays in our health or illness. I enjoy reading medical journals and have a particular interest in GMO’s and the effects they have on people and the environment. I love Colon Hydrotherapy aka CHT for it’s ability to make someone feel better almost immediately.”

Lindsay is also enrolled as a student at Functional Medicine University where she is pursuing a certification in functional medicine. When she’s not studying holistic/functional medicine, she loves the challenges and opportunities that come with being a wife and mother of 2 little ones.

As Deepak Chopra says, “The elimination of toxins awakens the capacity for renewal.”

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