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Our capacity to adopt and employ healthy habits, behaviors, and decisions will determine the degree of our physical wellness. Taking the necessary steps to maintain a healthy body include being informed and responsible in all areas including exercise, diet, sleep, medical care, relationships, and environment as well as maintaining this lifestyle by avoiding destructive behavior, habits, and stress.

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Cheryl Meyer

I am a health coach specializing in cleaning up toxins to lower inflammation (autoimmune diseases, cancer, strokes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, depression, probably autism, Type I and Type II diabetes, obesity) cooking, eating all the colors of the rainbow, cleaning up the gut, great poop, sleep,stress reduction, weight loss, and learning to feel great again
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Sue Ritchie

Having discovered through my own research the root causes of my Hashimoto's disease and recovered despite my doctor saying it was impossible and I would be on the medication for life. I now help other women who are struggling with health issues such as Hashimoto's disease, Chronic Fatigue, ME, thyroid problems, Crohn's , Rheumatoid Arthritis, IBS plus weight issues, I help them to get on the road to recovery by addressing the root causes.
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Jacquie Nelson Walburn

Nutrition/Lifestyle Coach/digestive leaky gut specialist/Author/Speaker
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Irma Jennings

Spiritual, Life, and Integrative Nutrition Coach

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