A comprehensive training on getting regular and experiencing complete and effortless bowel movements

How It Works


2-Hour Expert Training

This on-demand, self-paced training is broken into 7 parts: Diagnosing Constipation, Causes of Constipation, Correcting Constipation, Natural Strategies for Overcoming Constipation, Targeting The Root of The Problem, Medication and Q&A


Transcripts + Workbook

Take charge of your bowel habits with an interactive guide and workbook! Download the transcripts, dig into Dr. B's Magnesium Hotsheet + a recipe for Cherry Almond Chia Seed Pudding 🍒.


Q&A with Dr. B

Asked and answered! A treasure trove of information, you'll have access to all the personal Q&A asked during this training and get equipped with the answers you need to seek the appropriate support within the healthcare system.

Fact: There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to relieve cramped, congested, and complicated bowels.

Constipation is one of the most common gut health issues people suffer from — even when they don’t know it. And it’s one of those things that feels uncomfortable, but also has a range of negative effects on our health.

Constipation is a vicious cycle; the longer you have it, the worse it gets. It prevents optimal gut health and requires unique treatment because everyone experiences constipation in different ways and for different reasons.

Here’s something that might blow your mind: you can have a bowel movement everyday and still be constipated.

Yep, you can have diarrhea and still be constipated!


I see patients all day long in my clinic who are battling constipation; it’s the number one cause of…

  • Gas
  • Bloating
  • Abdominal discomfort
  • Indigestion
  • Reversible food sensitivities

I would go so far as to say that we are facing a constipation epidemic in the United States! There's a shockingly high proportion of people who don't even realize that they're constipated. They think something else is the culprit behind their health issues.

Frankly, this $h#t isn’t talked about enough, but I want to break wind on that. A little gas humor never hurt anyone, right?


Since my New York Times bestselling book Fiber Fueled was published in 2020, I’ve received countless questions and requests to share how I treat constipation in my clinic. This training will empower you with the knowledge to ultimately get where you need to be, which is healthy and thriving, with everything working the way that it's supposed to.

Now, that doesn’t mean I want you to listen to this training and then diagnose yourself and implement a treatment plan on your own. The goal here is for you to get informed by an expert (sorry, Dr. Internet and Nurse Instagram), take what you learn and seek a professional in the healthcare system that can guide you through treatment.

Bottom line: Regular bowel movements should follow a happy rhythm and feel effortless! If yours are not, I'm here to help.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this 7-part comprehensive training

5 key points I wish everyone knew about constipation

The dangerous thought pattern that makes treating challenging cases even more difficult about constipation

What symptoms I listen for when I’m diagnosing someone with constipation

The most important part of becoming regular with your bowel movements

Why changing your diet can do more harm than good when you’re working to get regular

The supplements GI doctors fear the most and the ones I advise my patients to avoid

... and so much more!


Dr. B's Magnesium Hotsheet 🔥

You might have heard I'm a big believer in magnesium! The simple truth is that this mineral does a ton of good, but most of us are deficient in it.

The other thing I see a huge deficiency in? Information on which magnesium to choose to reach your health goals, how to get started with magnesium, and which foods you can naturally include more in your diet to help move things through your digestive system.

In this new bonus, Dr. B's Magnesium Hotsheet, I share all that and more!

What Students Are Asking Inside Conversations About Constipation

If you know me, you know I love a good Q&A. I love the bravery that comes from someone asking a question they think might be TMI; the vulnerability that a person embraces to get one step closer to relief; the empowerment people feel when their questions are taken seriously for the first time.

A good Q&A is a treasure trove of education, not just for the person whose question was answered, but for everyone else listening that learned something they didn’t expect to, or heard a solution for a problem they hadn’t realized they have.

This training is designed to be a comprehensive deep dive into diagnosing and understanding constipation, different treatment concepts, overcoming constipation and how to speak to your healthcare professional about it. There’s a 30+ page companion workbook to go along with everything I teach…

But the Q&A really takes the cake. 

“Can prescription medications for chronic constipation potentially be stopped once the gut is healed through a carefully planned diet, or will the body become dependent on the medication to stool?”

"I have severe constipation in the best of times and I’m wondering how to not only improve that situation everyday, but avoid it in my pregnancy.”

"How do I know if I have IBS or constipation? What’s the difference and can I treat them the same?”

“If you’re having incomplete bowel movements, how do you know if your constipation is causing a partial blockage? What is the main difference in symptoms of constipation vs a partial blockage?”

"Is there a rule of thumb recommendation for minimum fluid intake for good gut health?”

"What can pain from constipation feel like and where do you often feel it?”

"What stimulant laxatives can be taken safely?”

And so many more!

Prior to the training, the question I heard most was...

"Is this training only for people suffering severe cases of constipation?"

And I’ll actually answer this one right here:


Part of what makes constipation so challenging to treat is the variety of ways it can manifest. It runs the gamut from complete blockage, to irregular nuggets, to explosive diarrhea. Apologies for the colorful description, but I want to make clear that constipation takes many forms!

The bottom line is that if you're not regular and in a rhythm, you stand to benefit from this training.

Hey! I'm Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, MD MSCI

(Pronounced Bull-Suh-Wits)-But You Can Just Call Me Dr. B.

You may know me as @TheGutHealthMD. I’m the New York Times bestselling author of the book Fiber Fueled a full-time gastroenterologist, and an internationally recognized gut health expert.

I’ve dedicated my life to learning how to heal the gut from the inside out.

I completed a bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University, an MD from Georgetown University, and a master’s in clinical investigation from Northwestern University.

I was also the chief medical resident at Northwestern and the chief gastroenterology fellow at UNC, and I received the highest award given by both my residency and fellowship.

I created this training because many experience constipation, but not enough folks talk about it. When we’re educated about a condition, we make the right choices — whether that means seeking the right professional to help us navigate our difficulties or making changes within our control to feel better.

I’m honored to be your teacher and I hope you enjoy the training!

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