Free Gut Health Workshop

Are you experiencing issues with your gut? Bloating, constipation, acne, fatigue, or even anxiety?

Join Sunjya Schweig, MD for this free video workshop to better understand your gut health. We will dive into the fascinating world of the gut microbiome and discover its profound impact on your overall well-being.

This workshop is free to watch and gives you practical, research-based answers on how to reclaim your health - even when nothing else has worked.

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During the workshop, you will:


Gain an understanding of what the microbiome is: Learn about the intricate ecosystem of bacteria and other microorganisms that reside in your gut and learn how they influence your health.


Learn how the gut-brain axis impacts physical and mental health: Explore the fascinating connection between your gut and brain and understand how imbalances in the gut can affect your mood, cognition, and overall mental well-being.


Recognize gut health warning signs: Find out why bloating, constipation, acne, fatigue, cognitive impairment, and even anxiety can serve as signals that your gut needs attention.

In this free video workshop, you'll explore:


The downside of traditional treatments for gut issues and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which affects an estimated 10 to 20 percent of people in the general population (although only about 15 percent of the affected people actually seek medical help).


Which comprehensive blood panels and functional medicine tests can be ordered to check for nutrient levels, thyroid function, metabolic health markers, systemic inflammation, gut microbiome, pathogenic parasites, viruses, worms, bacterial infections, and more.


How having the right kind of test for your unique needs is essential to getting the required information for the correct diagnosis and the optimal treatment plan.


How lifestyle modifications can have a profound impact on overall health, sometimes more than medications.

Don't miss this opportunity to empower yourself with knowledge to take charge of your gut health. 

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Sunjya Schweig M.D, an expert in gut related issues with more than 20 years of experience, also shares why patients with chronic gut conditions and symptoms are being failed by the traditional medical care system. Many have spent thousands of dollars but still don't have answers or relief.

You don't have to feel helpless anymore – this workshop will provide you with actionable steps to take control of your gut health.


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Meet Sunjya Schweig, MD

Sunjya K. Schweig, MD, is an expert in complex chronic illnesses which require rigorous investigation and management. He has been studying, teaching, and practicing integrative and functional medicine for over 25 years. 

As Founder and President of the California Center for Functional Medicine (CCFM), Dr. Schweig believes that an individualized precision medicine approach is fundamental for managing patients with chronic illness. CCFM is at the forefront of the functional medicine movement, offering patients a deep investigative approach to healthcare that is personalized, collaborative, and data-driven.

Dr. Schweig received his B.A, from the University of California, Berkeley. He received a full scholarship to attend medical school at the University of California, Irvine, where he helped design and lead the complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) curriculum. During medical school, he served on the Board of the Susan Samueli Center for Complementary and Alternative medicine and was chosen as one of twenty medical students to attend the NIH Leadership Training Program in Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Dr. Schweig completed his family medicine residency at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Family Practice Residency Program in Santa Rosa, CA. During his residency he was instrumental in founding the Integrative Medicine Fellowship program.

Dr. Schweig continues to be active in medical education and has served as volunteer clinical faculty at the UCSF Santa Rosa Residency. He currently holds an Adjunct Faculty position at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine, and has lectured nationally and internationally at conferences, hospitals, and universities. Dr. Schweig also serves on the Scientific Advisory Board for the Bay Area Lyme Foundation, and has published numerous research studies.

The CCFM Clinical Team


Ramzi Asfour, MD

Associate Clinician


Tracey O'Shea, FNP-C

Nurse Practitioner


Megan Anderson, APN

Nurse Practitioner


Allie Nowak, PA-C

Physician Assistant


Lindsay Christensen, CNS

Certified Nutrition Specialist


Katie Compton, FMCHC, CNS

Health Coach


Fixing the gut has profound and lasting benefits on many areas of our health.

Join our Free Gut Health Workshop and take back yours.

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