Katarina Nolte


I wrote So Long Constipation, Part 1 as a result of having had chronic constipation that lasted nearly an entire year.
Six years ago, I noticed that I was periodically constipated and brushed it off, thinking it was just a temporary bout of irritable bowel (IBS) caused by stress. As the months went by, I felt increasingly annoyed by the situation, primarily because of my considerable knowledge on the subject of fitness and nutrition.
Eventually, having accepted the fact that I must have missed a detail or two, I begun to research the issue. Not only did I find the immediate solution for the problem, but I also came across information that helped me connect constipation to other common modern day ailments which are affecting an ever increasing number of individuals all around the world.
While ridding myself of constipation turned out to be a breeze, I learned that restoring and rebalancing related areas would require an all-encompassing approach and that the only way to do it all would be to take one small step at a time. Thus far, I have not been constipated a single day since and because eliminating constipation has been so easy and thorough, I decided to continue on this road and share my discoveries.

Smashwords Interview

How do you discover the ebooks you read?
Through Google Search, Google Book Search, radio podcasts, online articles, Goodreads, Librarything, and various online stores.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
That was probably sometime in elementary school. Too long ago to remember.
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"So Long Constipation, Part 1" Audiobook Preview
"So Long Constipation, Part 1" audiobook, written by Katarina Nolte and narrated by Melora Kordos, is coming soon to Amazon, Audible, and iTunes! "So Long Constipation, Part 1" is available everywhere where books are sold in paperback, ebook and audiobook format. http://katarinanolte.com/


So Long Constipation, Part 1
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 116,960. Language: English. Published: May 29, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Diseases / gastrointestinal, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Alternative therapies
In So Long Constipation, Part 1 you will learn how to eliminate your constipation by learning what causes it and how this comes about. You will learn about the relationship between our daily environment and the gut. You will discover, in simple detail, how things like stress, industrial toxins and our modern diet and lifestyle influence the delicate balance of our mind-body system.

Katarina Nolte's tag cloud

abdominal    bowel    constipation    digestion    gas    gastrointestinal    laxative    regularity   

Smashwords book reviews by Katarina Nolte

  • Down at the End of the River on Oct. 18, 2013

    A series of short stories beginning with “Down at the End of the River”, which tells a story about a New Orleans small time career criminal who decides to give up the life of crime and retire an ordinary citizen, or so it seems. The next story is “The Ride” about a paranoid office guy and race relations. The third story, “The Proclaimer in Creeperdom”, is about church goers. A couple of the stories are about writers. ...
  • Isolated Howl: A Short Story on Oct. 18, 2013

    This short teen horror story taking place in Texas revolves around three teenage boys who discover a decomposed body that was once a gigantic werewolf. The story is told by one of them in retrospect which tells us right from the start that whatever happened did not kill the narrator. ...
  • Facebook Logout - Experiences and Reasons to Leave it on Oct. 18, 2013

    An analysis of social networking questioning the premise of evolutionary growth through technology. The book causes us to ask questions on whether we actually have a greater number of offline friends and whether our friendships are closer or deeper in any way due to our increased use of social media. In other words, does social media have any lasting positive effect on offline social interactions? And, ultimately, how social is social media, and is social media social at all or is it just another mode of entertainment like television and video games? ...