Raised away from my mother, as a child, I had various ailments that became chronic before I became an adult. I was treated conventionally – with heaps and heaps of antibiotics and by removing vital organs, such as tonsils and appendix. In my preteen years I suffered from migraines, cold sores, UTI, constipation, I was always frustrated with the way I looked, and had poor self-confidence.

At age of 21 I made a conscious decision to change my life and take ownership of my health and happiness. I intuitively felt that those two go together. At that point, my journey to a wonderful and healthful life began. I was desperately looking for answers, attending lectures, and reading books. Witnessing the wonderful transformation that occurred within me – with my body and with my health – a passion was born to help others who were in need of a similar transformation. With three degrees in my pocket and a pretty successful business career, I kept longing to make a true difference in a simple and personal way. Being a health coach helps me experience the joy of enhancing other people’s lives.

Food impacts our lives in multitudes of ways – from a cellular level, to the feeling of emotional stability, to a proper physical nourishment. It impacts not only our moods, but also our relationships! In the same vein, it can simply bring us pure joy. Nevertheless, good food is only one quintessential element in our lives. We must seek to consider our lives in a holistic way – that is, we must also forge fulfilling, balanced relationships, move our bodies in a way that brings us joy and well-being, and develop our souls in a spiritual or religious way.

My mission is to teach my clients precisely how to transform their own lives so that they too will feel healthy, vibrant, confident, and energized at all times. I want you all to feel excited when thinking about food without feeling guilt or apprehension. Food is one of the greatest pleasures that God has given us – and it should absolutely be experienced in that way.

 

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