Prone to Unwanted ‘Good With Food’ Videos, This People Believes In Love of Country & Service

Author and public affairs professional, Beth Ford, joined Fox & Friends this morning to share her story of giving her “two-week notice” at her company because she believes in love of country and serving…

Prone to Unwanted ‘Good With Food’ Videos, This People Believes In Love of Country & Service

Author and public affairs professional, Beth Ford, joined Fox & Friends this morning to share her story of giving her “two-week notice” at her company because she believes in love of country and serving God.

Ford started her own company called American GutCheck in 2014, which she now owns and operates. It’s an informational site to help parents of young children and teens select the appropriate type of bacteria in their gut to prevent other health issues such as allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, autism and even diabetes.

“Our idea is take the microbiome out of the hospital with them and a device called the Little Bowel Machine, which looks like a tampon applicator. It’s an instrument to check your child’s pH, their hormones and if there’s any bacteria in there that the body can’t digest,” Ford explained.

Before she worked for a commercial cleaning company in South Dakota, Ford had worked for a charter school in Alexandria, Virginia. It was there she fell in love with her husband and kids.

“While I was over there, I came across this long list of schools. And the fact that one of the schools asked me to become a superintendent, that was intriguing to me,” she said.

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