The 2022 GI Deep Dive Series

A yearlong exploration of gastrointestinal conditions for advanced herbalists and nutritionists. 

Every now & then, it's time to refresh your knowledge. 

If you’ve been in practice even for a few months, you’ve likely realized just how important gastrointestinal health is to overall well-being.

We all know this academically, but once you get into practice, you start to see it on an entirely different level.

You learned all about GI health in school, but... 

  • It's been a while.
  • There are a few gaps in your understanding, and
  • You didn’t realize just how important it would be and you’re feeling extra motivated now that you get it.

It's completely normal to feel a bit rusty on your GI physiology. 

You remember CCK but maybe not all of the details … something to do with the liver?

And now you’re interested in how to apply the physiology in clinical settings.

Sadly, you don’t have time to go back to school right now (No, you seriously don’t. Back away from the admissions tab.)

Let me save you from digging up your school notes, poring through the research yourself to make sure you haven’t missed anything critical since you last looked, and re-reading your old textbook (you did keep it, right?!)

Let’s brush up on the phys basics, review clinical protocols, and learn some new stuff, too.

Instead of buying yet another book to collect dust, or signing up for another course you’ll never even login to, try the bite-sized approach to learning.

Introducing: The 2022 GI Deep Dive series

Monthly live trainings designed for practitioners to help you understand GI physiology and associated clinical strategies

It's easy to keep learning.

Set aside one hour per month to refresh your knowledge and grow your clinical skills. 

Designed for practitioners.

Classes are focused on clinical application and the needs/interests of actively practicing clinicians.

Clear and concise classes.

Sessions are designed to be focused, clear, and fun. You'll learn just what you need, without unnecessary extras.

Here's what we did in 2022: 

  • Brushed up on GI phys/pathophys from top to bottom (lol)
  • Reviewed clinical tools, skills, and techniques relevant to the GI system
  • Learned about dietary, lifestyle, herbal, and nutritional strategies to consider for each topic covered
  • Picked up at least a few new protocols, recommendations, or formulas to use with clients
  • Earned some CEU (hopefully!)
  • Reveled in how fascinating and important the gastrointestinal system is

What's Included in the 2022 GI Deep Dive

12 GI-Focused Training Classes

Each 1-hour webinar includes a deep dive into pathophysiology + suggestions for how to support people clinically with diet, lifestyle, herbs, and supplements.

Access to Recordings, Slides, Reference Lists, and Other Resources

You’ll be able to download the slides and access the full references list for each presentation. We’ll also share other links and resources when applicable. 

In case we don't already know one another...


I’m Camille Freeman, LDN, DCN, RH

I offer continuing education and community for highly trained herbalists and nutritionists. I’m also a professor at MUIH, where I teach physiology and pathophysiology in the Department of Nutrition and Herbal Medicine. Teaching about how the human body works is one of my very favorite things. After being in practice for 15+ years, I can vouch for how closely GI health ties into virtually every other system in the body.

Camille Freeman, LDN

GI Deep Dive Training Topics

Recordings, slides, and reference lists have been posted.

January 10: GI Physiology Review

Monday, January 10 from 5-6 pm ET with Camille

February 14: Microflora, Prebiotics and Probiotics with Dr. Oscar Coetzee

February 14 from 7-8 pm with Dr. Oscar Coetzee

March 14: Poop, Constipation, Diarrhea

Monday, March 14 from 5-6 pm ET with Camille 

April 11: Gas, Bloating, Farts

Monday, April 11 from 7-8 pm ET with Camille 

May 16: The Gut-Brain Connection 

Monday, May 16 from 5-6 pm ET with Camille

June 13: Food Intolerances + Digestive Enzymes

June 13 from 7-8 pm with Camille. We'll vote on a topic to cover and/or have time for Q&A. 

July 18: Diverticulosis & Diverticulitis

Monday, July 18 from 5-6 pm ET with Camille. 

August 15: GERD

Monday, Aug 15 from 7-8 pm ET with Camille 

September 12: IBD with Dr. Mark Davis

Monday, Sept 12 from 5-6 pm ET with Dr. Mark Davis

October 17: Gallbladder & Gallstones

October 17 from 7-8 pm with Camille

November 14: Liver Lovin' & NAFLD 

Monday, Nov 14 from 5-6 pm ET with Camille 

December 12: GI Changes and the Menstrual Cycle

Monday, Dec 12 from 7-8 pm ET with Camille 

Register for the Replays

Don't worry. It's not 2022, but you've still got options. 


$300 for all 12 classes

pay at all at once or pay $25/month x 12

You can purchase individual classes for $39. Alternately, you get access to all Deep Dives when you sign up for Monday Mentoring.  

Frequently asked questions

What if I just want to access a single webinar?

No problem! You can buy them individually for $39 in the training library. (Note that when you buy the full Deep Dive it comes out to $25/class!)

I'm not a practitioner. Can I register?

There's no bouncer at the door to stop you 😁. However, do know that we're assuming everyone attending has a foundation in basic physiology and at least preliminary clinical skills when it comes to herbs and nutrition. We won't be covering the basics (e.g. what is CCK? What are the safety issues associated with licorice?). If you don't have a strong clinical foundation, you might be better off seeking a different program!

Are the classes accessible? 

Recordings all have accurate closed captions (I edit the myself to make sure they're right!), and a transcript will also be available. If there’s anything else I can do to make the webinars or the recordings more accessible for you, please reach out.

How do I know this will be worth it? 

It's pretty subjective, isn't it? One of the big benefits of signing up is outsourcing the research that's required to stay updated on these topics. Each class usually takes me 8-10 hours to prepare (sometimes more 😬). You'll leave with the condensed version that highlights the most important pieces that inform our clinical work.

Relevant to my practice

"I know I can trust Camille to be up to date on the research and to have pearls of wisdom to share from her clinical practice.

Time spent in her classes is worth every penny."

Tara T



Strongly recommend

"I LOVED Camille's teaching style, very practical and 'down-to-earth.' She has a wealth of knowledge of how all the organ systems work at the cellular level. Strongly recommended due to the magnitude of knowledge you will take away from the course."

Lori G

Nutritionist & Herbalist


Making challenging subject matter easy to retain

"She has a wonderful way of delivering the most challenging subject matter and making it easy to retain. You leave feeling more knowledgeable and empowered. She is an adult learner's teacher!"

Mazie H