Do you eat bread?

Rustic sourdough bread

do you eat bread?

Or are you one of the thousands who have sworn off eating it?

For as long as I can remember, bread has been one of my favorite comfort foods. A baking loaf can literally transport me back in time to wonderful memories and it makes my mouth water.

It’s reported that the smell of bread makes others kinder. Imagine that?

Recently Oprah tweeted that she “loves bread” and has eaten it every day since beginning her new weight loss journey.

What holds you back from indulging in your sense of smell and taste? These are a couple of our most powerful influencers.

Maybe, just maybe, it’s time for a fresh start.

Do you forgo because you feel better when you don’t eat it or because you’ve decided that gluten isn’t the cool thing to eat any more, as so many have jumped on the gluten bandwagon?

I do understand the issue with gluten, I’m not making light of the issues it can and does cause. There is a reason and this article isn’t about uncovering all of that.

Suffice to say, when our foods are properly prepared and our bodies are operating as they should, gluten isn’t a problem. Our goal should be to ultimately become gluten tolerant.

What if you had access to bread that was actually good for you? Let’s talk about what that might look like.

In the world of Weston A. Price, where some of the teachings are that most nuts, seeds, beans and grains should be properly prepared, as in soaking and sprouting first, we can much easier digest our foods.

The reasons are numerous and the biggest reasons are for easier digestion and better nutrition. When we soak our grains when making sourdough bread or bread products first, we are reducing the gluten load and making the items easier to digest, thus reducing the typical belly bloat and such.

I have people ask me all the time if Ezekiel bread is okay to eat? They see the label says that the ingredients are sprouted, and as I just mentioned, that’s something we want to look for.

Sprouted breads are a good start, especially as you transition into trying to find a better alternative than regular commercial yeast breads. I don’t recommend staying there long term, because if you have issues with gluten, you’ll not do well with this bread and it has soy, which has its own set of issues.

The big difference though is that sourdough bread has probiotics in it. The wild yeast is a live and living food, which we all need. It’s also soaked for a period of time, which may vary depending on who makes it, and this soaking process reduces or eliminates the gluten load.

This is why those sensitive to gluten can typically handle sourdough bread products.

I will caution you on this. Not all sourdough is created equal. I’ve seen many recipes that call for adding commercial yeast to it. Not the real deal. I’ve seen commercial bread called sourdough and it’s not.

Look for an authentic baker and if necessary, ask them questions about how they prepare it. If they are like me, they will be thrilled to share their process and get you started down this “love bread relationship”.

My day isn’t complete without my sourdough bread, most times toasted and spread with lots of butter. Makes me want some now. The smell, the taste, the feel of it in my mouth. Close your eyes and just imagine.

So, if you’re like so many that have sworn off bread, perhaps it’s time to experiment a little. Seek out a good quality sourdough and perhaps indulge once in a while. You don’t have to eat it daily, perhaps a time or two a week just to keep you sane and to reap the many nutritional benefits that grains have to offer.

Moderation in all things is key. Don’t eliminate whole, beneficial foods that do the body good. Learn how to prepare them and buy or make only the best.

“Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts”. ~ James Beard

If you’ve given up bread, has this made you want some and perhaps rethink your reasons for giving it up in the first place? Share your comments and questions below and let’s help each other heal.

To your health,


Holistic Wellness Mentor

Are your meds helping or hindering?


I don’t know about you, but I don’t watch much TV. However, lately I got burned out by the radio playing the same songs over and over and I decided to put a small TV in my Kitchen/Dining area where I work 90% of the day. I have balance out the TV and radio, just in case you care.

It’s been very enlightening to say the least. The amount of pharmaceutical commercials is astronomical AND the list of side effects listed is longer than your arm.

So I ask you, are your meds helping or hindering?

For most, I know the answer already, I’d just like you to ask yourself and see how you’d really feel if you knew there was another alternative.

One commercial touts the effects of reducing inflammation and another is for your eye dryness, which again reduces inflammation.

The next day I hear a segment given by a Doctor talking about all the long term effects of these same drugs as causing a lot more problems than they are helping…shocker, right?

The next day there is a segment stating that long term use of popular OTC products like Aleve and Advil has been shown to reduce cancer.

Are you confused yet?

This is the problem and one in which the industry counts on.

When you hear all these marketing ads…and that’s what they are…they are counting on you to go buy their products, continue taking them AND tell others, so they do the same.

The problem, long term, they are hindering your health. They are creating other issues and in a lot of cases, causing more inflammation.

These OTC and prescription meds don’t heal anything…they just mask the symptoms and in many cases create the need for more meds.

Yes, you read that correctly.

To help control side effects of one drug, often times another drug is given, which might lead to another and another.

I often hear about someone suffering from major illness or disease for years with no relief, or they get some or “enough” to get by.

Are you tired of just getting by?

Don’t you deserve to have a life filled with energy, no pain, aches or other things you’ve just put up with?

I say Hell Yes!!! (Pardon my French)

Your body is so miraculous and I believe, as a holistic wellness mentor, that your body knows how to take care of and heal itself, given the right tools.

The problem, as I see it…you don’t know how.

The solution I see most often is avoidance.

Let’s look at Gluten as our example.

Most people (unless you live under a rock) would agree that they have heard of the gluten intollerance issue and that if you eliminate gluten from your diet your belly feels better, you may not get the belly bloat, etc.

For others, it might be dairy and eliminating the same issues or worse.

If you are avoiding gluten, dairy or grains, let me ask you some questions.

  1. Do you feel better when you don’t eat it?
  2. Do you notice any difference with other foods?
  3. How long have you avoided the trouble foods?
  4. How do you feel if you accidently slip and eat these foods?
  5. What are you doing other than not eating them?

Are you ready for my solution?

It’s not avoidance…it’s actually allowing your body to heal AND become gluten or dairy tolerant.

If you notice your answers to some of the above questions, more than likely you have a major reaction when you “slip” and eat gluten, or dairy or something else, even if you’ve been off them for a long time.

It sets you into a tail spin. That’s not helping you at all. The missing link…heal thyself.

This is where I come in. I help people discover what the triggers are, if you don’t already know what they are and the biggest missing piece…learn how to help your body heal.

The big payoff…becoming tolerant of the trigger foods AND feeling alive, pain free, with tons of energy, plus so much more!

How much money have you spent on trying to find the right answer, only to have discovered 20+ years later you’re still in the same position, maybe worse and you’ve spent so much money, only to still feel bad!

It’s disheartening and it doesn’t have to be that way. What’s your health worth to you? Seriously ask yourself this question. When you do and your answer is that’s its PRICELESS.

When your health is the most important thing to you, that’s the tipping point and when you’ll do what it takes to make lifestyle changes and do the necessary work.

What’s been the biggest challenge you’ve faced with your health? Comment below, let’s get you from challenged to healed.

To your health,


Holistic Wellness Mentor

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Do you avoid gluten, dairy or something else?

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Do you avoid gluten or something else? The reason I ask is really pretty simple.

I hear this statement, “I’m gluten free” a lot. What follows is even more amazing…see if you agree!

I usually ask how long they’ve been gluten free and how’s it working out for them and we just generally converse about what’s going on with their health in general.

What always comes up is this…I feel so much better without gluten but the minute I eat anything with gluten in it, I’m so sick or I have to run to the bathroom immediately, or something else.

Hmmmm….do you think that you can avoid gluten (or something else) for the rest of your life so as not to set off an attack of some kind?

What if I proposed something else? Would you be willing to listen and learn what needed to be done in order to heal your body?

You do realize that it’s quite possible for your body to heal don’t you?

I practice the belief that our body, given the right tools, knows how to heal ourselves from the inside out.

This creation that is our body is so unique that everything runs like clockwork unless of course a monkey wrench gets thrown into the mix.

Monkey wrenches typically are the processed foods that we consume a lot of, the toxic environment we live in, the toxins put onto our skin via most commercial lotions and potions we call skincare and haircare.

Even if you eat “healthy” and don’t properly prepare your foods, you’ll have issues.

Most nuts, beans, seeds and grains need to be soaked or sprouted before we consume them. Because so much hybridized wheat is in so much of the foods we consume on a regular basis, it’s no wonder we have belly bloat, etc.

So if the body knows how to heal itself, why doesn’t it, you might ask?

Great question…it goes back to a couple of things.

The body is miraculous in what it can do.

Inflammation is a key player both good and bad. When you cut yourself, the red cross comes out to take care of any foreign invaders to keep out harmful bacteria and aids in healing.

The bad side of inflammation is that when the body is invaded by foreign invaders constantly, the body is under constant attack and now too much inflammation happens and all kinds of things happen, from diabetes, heart disease, ADD, ADHD, auto immune diseases, etc.

How does the body get invaded so badly? Leaky Gut Syndrome is a HUGE player. When the gut lining (small intestine) leaks because of over abuse by the foods and toxins we consume, large food particles are allowed to pass through the walls of the intestine, causing the body to see these as foreign invaders and thinks its under attack.

Our bodies need some sense of order and not kaoss. It needs the right arsenal or toolbox of healing.

It’s all quite possible, as I’ve stated before, you just first of all have to be willing to address the issues. Maybe its realizing for the first time that you really don’t feel well.

Maybe it’s addressing the fact that as we age we aren’t meant to have so many aches and pains. That’s NOT normal. We aren’t supposed to be depleted of our energy. We aren’t supposed to be taking so many medications that we have to have a calendar of events to keep them all straight.

What if…you allowed your body to heal, you became gluten tolerant or dairy tolerant or some other kind of tolerant?

What would life look and feel like? I want to hear your comments below.

To your health,


Holistic Wellness Mentor

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Autoimmune Disease: 3rd Leading Chronic Disease


If you’re like me, reading that Autoimmune Diseases are now considered the 3rd leading chronic disease, right behind right heart disease and cancer is eye opening!

Over 50 million Americans are affected and a large percentage of that number is women. They are the top ten leading cause of death in women under the age of 65 and they come in more than 80 different varieties.

These include things such as Lupus, Psoriasis, Multiple Sclerosis, Thyroid Disease, Thyroid Disease, Type I Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis and so many more.

If you’re not familiar, autoimmune disease is a disease of the immune system and one of the biggest problems with diagnosis is that Doctors don’t look or recognize these immune diseases as diseases of the immune system as whole but instead they are looked at as diseases of particular organs.

What this means really, is that you’ll be shipped to different specialists for different issues. Many people who suffer from one autoimmune disease also suffer from a few and that means many specialists.

Our current medical beliefs are that once someone is afflicted with an autoimmune disease, they are no cures or ways to reverse the affects, only treatments of managing the symptoms, which means some really harsh meds that are supposed to suppress the immune system.

The problem with suppressing your whole immune system is the side effects that often arrive too. Things like depression, weight gain, fatigue, more chance for infection and even cancer.

My belief and that of many others who believe in holistic health and functional health believe that our bodies work together. So when one area is affected, it affects other areas. The same is for a healthy system or area.

When you can treat the root causes of diseases and not the symptoms, it’s possible to reverse many of the effects of these often debilitating diseases.

I believe, having my focus on the gut, plays an integral part on your whole body health.

If you were to look at the reasons that often times lay hidden behind other things, there really are only a handful of places to start paying attention to.

The first thing I look at is Gluten Intolerance. I think many people think of the gut first, which it is damaging to, but it’s also detrimental to our neurological system too, like pain, sleep, fatigue, depression, brain fog and others. Many don’t associate these symptoms to so many autoimmune diseases.

Let’s also think about the term “leaky gut”. Many times our gut is so damaged by things like stress, gluten, meds and infections that our gut becomes  permeable, which means it allows our food particles to escape through the gut walls into our bloodstream, which then means we’re not absorbing the nutrients that your body needs to function properly.

The escape of toxins and gluten starts to form inflammation which then leads us right to autoimmune diseases.

I just mentioned toxins as a culprit. We are surrounded my much in our current environment. Heavy metals, like mercury are a factor. Think of exposure from sources like mercury fillings you might have in your teeth. Some fish are heavily exposed.

Let’s not forget stress. While some stress isn’t harmful, chronic stress is. It leads to inflammation that is on all the time, which over time leads to autoimmune disease.

So, I hope you’re now wondering how one helps themselves to better health other than conventional medicine.

My answer; gut health healing is a great place to begin.

What this means is this, elimination to begin with. You have to learn what the culprits are. I’m not by any means saying to eliminate foods from your diet forever. You need to find out what the triggers are, heal the gut, which controls about 80% of your immune system, and then you can start slowly introducing foods back in.

The whole idea isn’t to eliminate gluten forever; the idea is to become gluten tolerant.

Dairy and grains is another culprit for many. The idea isn’t to eliminate forever.

Your body needs to heal. This means managing stress, treating any possible infections, and reducing toxins in your system.

The overall idea is to get to the root of the problems, treat and reverse those, and not to suppress your entire immune system, which leads to other problems.

I believe that you aren’t intended to be living a life of mediocrity and feeling bad or not living your life at all.

How many people do you know that are afflicted? We all need to ban together and spread the good news. There is hope and healing.

To your health,


Holistic Health Coach

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Gluten Free or not to be….that is the question!


I have so many conversations with many of you about Gluten. It seems that our current state is “Gluten Free.”

Do you find yourself perusing the grocery store shelves for anything that says it’s Gluten Free or just plain avoiding anything you think might have gluten in it?

If so, you’re not alone. The statistics say that as many as 30% of American adults are actively trying to reduce or eliminate gluten from their diets.

One search even found me face to face with a Gluten Free dating site. The objective, from what I could tell was to help match up gluten-free dieters with others that share the same thoughts or situations.

It’s everywhere, the FDA’s involved, with their labeling standards of course.

Have you ever noticed that when “new” fads arrive, bandwagons get started and people either are head over heal in love with it or they hate it?

Stand around any lunchroom or be at a dinner party, and chances are the conversation will lead to a new diet and today, gluten is the hot topic.

I’m not even saying that continuing on today’s modern diet, you shouldn’t watch the amount you are consuming, but come on…really labeling such foods like potato chips as Gluten free, is that really necessary? They are potatoes the last time I checked…no grains!

In my opinion, if you are in fact looking to reduce gluten in your diet, it’s not necessarily a bad thing if done in the right context. Meaning you aren’t eliminating nutrient dense, naturally gluten-free foods like meat, fish, fruits, vegetables, and nuts rather than the so-called gluten-free junk food.

Do people that lower gluten or eliminate gluten for a time feel better? Absolutely and I believe it’s because our bodies need a break for the barrage that’s being dumped in.

All things in moderation are really what this is all about. We live in a culture and society that likes to overdo and over indulge.

I don’t think that eliminating grains from your diet is the answer. Grains provide valuable nutrients that you can’t otherwise get.

I do feel however, that for a time, while you’re following a good, sound protocol to allow your body to heal, diagnose and treat your specific allergies, the key goal…..are to you ready for this?…IS TO BECOME GLUTEN TOLERANT!

I’m sure this might not be a popular answer….but I feel strongly that we should be wise, smart, buying consumers.

Many are giving up good sourdough breads because they have shunned “gluten”. If you don’t know the benefits of sourdough, read this!

Like I said prior, elimination for a time might be necessary. The intent is to heal and introduce some back in!

Again, when we practice everything in moderation, we’re happier and healthier. The choice is yours!

I will leave you with a little checklist if you will. Something that will at least give you a roadmap to follow and getting the help you need and deserve.

1. Eat organic (avoid foods with added chemicals)

2. Eat only pastured or grass-fed meat and drink raw milk

3. Avoid Genetically Modified Foods – go to

4. Avoid corn sugars and beet sugars

5. Avoid vegetable oils (corn, canola, soy and processed foods that contain them)

6. Get Blood testing for Vitamin D and B12 levels and food allergies

8. Avoid antibacterial soaps

9. Make or buy and then eat homemade non-pasteurized lacto-fermented foods and drinks

10. Drink filtered and re-mineralized water (add mineralized salt)

11. Eat sulfur containing foods (cabbage, broccoli, bok choy, garlic, onions, chives, eggs, etc.)

12. Avoid glyphosates (associated with food intolerances, autism, leaky gut, etc.)

13. Use unprocessed salt, avoid commercial salt

14. Expose yourself to the sun, no sunburns and do not use sunglasses

15. Know your farmer and buy locally produced foods

While this list isn’t all inclusive, it certainly is a great start!

Where do you see yourself falling short or what do you need help with? Share below in the comments section or anytime on the Facebook page at

To your health,


Holistic Health Coach

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Intolerance: Is Gluten your friend or a foe?

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My kitchen has been getting used overtime lately. My Mother-in-law just told me that soon I was going to need a double oven. Boy wouldn’t that be nice. I have been using hers as well as mine, so in essence I have been using 2 ovens.


Bread making and soaked granola have been in the ovens most days of the week over the past several weeks.


Seems most people like sourdough bread, banana bread and granola. Especially when you tell them how it’s made and why it’s made that way.


Last week I shared why eating Sourdough bread is tolerant of most even those with gluten intolerances.


Soaked grains behave much in the same way. I have found that most people’s bodies really struggle to digest grains, seeds, nuts and beans. Yet the flip side is that most people do really well with these same foods when they are soaked and sprouted.


Sprouted grains are considered low glycemic, which is a huge plus. The pancreas needs huge amounts of B vitamins to deal with stress. Once a grain has been sprouted most bodies recognize it as a vegetable rather than a starch which requires digestive enzymes not pancreatic enzymes.


What this means is, eating sprouted grains doesn’t stress the pancreas. In 2008, the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) ruled that sprouted grains are more akin to vegetables than to whole grain.


Phytic acid, which is a known mineral blocker, is present in the bran of all grains and inhibits the absorption of calcium, magnesium, iron, copper and zinc. It is present in the coating of nuts and seeds as well.


This inhibitor or blocker can neutralize our own digestive enzymes, which often times results in the digestive disorders experienced by many people that eat un-sprouted grains. Yet, phytic acid is broken down in the sprouting process. Another benefit is that complex sugars responsible for intestinal gas are broken down during sprouting too.


There are many ways that the sprouting process changes the actual composition of the grain that ultimately make it a more beneficial food.  This process produces vitamin C and increases the content of vitamins B, B2, B5 and B6. Carotene, which is converted to vitamin A, increases dramatically and I’ve read in some cases as much as eight-fold.  Sprouting also inactivates aflatoxins, which are toxins produced by fungus and are strong carcinogens found in grains.


If you are curious about sprouted flours and breads, there are a couple of good ones that you can buy at some grocery stores and many health food stores. Ezekiel and Alvarado make good ones. They would be found in the frozen case.


If you are like me and love to do these things yourself, buy some berries and sprout them yourself. Once sprouted, which generally takes about 3 days or so, dry them out in a dehydrator or warm oven and then grind them into flour.


Sprouted spelt flour is my favorite as it is water soluble and it is higher in protein than most grains and it’s considered a close cousin to wheat.


The soaking process is truly what helps most grains, nuts, seeds, and beans give our tummies a break. I’ve heard the complaint that you don’t have enough time as it is.


To you I’d say, with a little planning and preparation, we can all do what becomes important to each of us. You just have to decide what’s truly important, your health and quality of life or feeling like shit and being tired and having no energy all the time.


The choice is always yours!


Have you tried sprouting grains before? What’s been your success? If not and are new, how can I help you further? Comment below or schedule some actual phone time with me using this link and together we’ll fill in the blanks to allow you to move forward with your health goals.


To your health,




Holistic Health Coach


Gluten Intolerance: Top 10 Reasons to Eat Real Sourdough Bread

Kefir Bread

Happy day to you. I absolutely love this time of year. Everything is growing (including the weeds) and flourishing and thriving. I hope that means you are too, if not we should talk you and me.


With this time of year comes Farmer’s Markets and roadside stands advertising their crops ‘o plenty. It gives everyone the opportunity to get outside first of all, support local farmers, AND give you and your family access to fresh produce!


I have been actively involved in a couple of our area markets as a vendor and it’s been so much fun talking with people that love what I bring to the table or have no idea and are completely curious enough to ask me….what does “Soaked” or “Sprouted” mean?


Ahh….it does my heart good to teach and bring awareness to your lives and then I get to fill your bellies with fresh, homemade goodness that’s nourishing to your soul and your bodies.


So this week I thought I’d tackle the controversial topic of bread and not just any bread but “real” sourdough bread.


When I say “real” I’m referring to bread made with a sourdough starter not the commercialized breads you find down your local market bread isle.


So, let’s look at the benefits and why many who have intolerances to wheat can tolerate real sourdough. First of all it’s probiotic, like kefir or yogurt, containing multiple strains of beneficial microflora.


The slow process helps to promote the growth of more probiotic organisms that do the following:


1. Digest and assimilate (properly absorb) the foods you eat. Without adequate beneficial microflora in your gut, you can’t absorb nutrients in the foods you are eating.


2. Are necessary in order to maintain a healthy intestinal tract.


3. Contain uniquely balanced proteins, fatty acids, cellulose, minerals, and innumerable other nutrients our bodies need.


4. Provide vitamins B1 through B6 from lactobacillus and B12 vitamins from wild yeast. Wild yeast multiplies aerobically. This is because they have oxygen in them (not free radical oxygen ions) that feed your blood cells and not cancer cells. Most plant proteins including grains, seeds, cereals, beans, nuts, and some grasses form gluten. However, sourdough microflora has all the amino acids available, without the protein that forms gluten.


5. Depletes damaged starch in bread, thus diabetic people should not get insulin shock. It is a misconception that whole wheat is better than white flour for diabetics (the Glycemic difference is only 1%).


6. Produce acids, which will break down and remove some of the glutens from the bread. Acids do not allow mold and most bad bacterial growth. Alkaline with high pH allows mold growth and toxins. Mold ferments at a higher pH, allowing bad bacterial growth and the secretion of toxins. The absence of acids is abnormal, even animals have acid stomachs to kill bad bacteria.


7. Offset the effects of phytic acid, which robs your body of precious minerals.


According to Wikipedia: Phytic acid is found within the hulls of nuts, seeds, and grains. In-home food preparation techniques can reduce the phytic acid in all of these foods. Simply cooking the food will reduce the phytic acid to some degree.


More effective methods are soaking in an acid medium, lactic acid fermentation, and sprouting. Phytic acid is a strong chelator of important minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron, and zinc, and can therefore contribute to mineral deficiencies in people whose diets rely on these foods for their mineral intake, such as those in developing countries.


It also acts as an acid, chelating the vitamin niacin, which is basic, causing the condition known as pellagra. In this way, it is an anti-nutrient. For people with a particularly low intake of essential minerals, especially young children and those in developing countries, this effect can be undesirable.


“Probiotic lactobacilli and other species of the endogenous digestive microflora as well, are an important source of the enzyme phytase which catalysis the release of phosphate from phytate and hydrolyses the complexes formed by phytate and metal ions or other cations, rendering them more soluble ultimately improving and facilitating their intestinal absorption.


8. Dissolve proteins by producing protein enzymes, thus loosening multiple peptide bonds so that you can absorb more amino acids into your body. They dissolve four gluten-forming proteins: albumin, globulin, prolamin, and glutalin. They also produce alcohol that dissolves the most stubborn water insoluble protein bonds. These bonds are the reason why so many people have gluten intolerance.


9. Inhibit the growth of bad bacteria by: (1) creating a more acidic environment (2) producing anti-bacterial agents, and (3) absorbing all the B vitamins from their surroundings leaving none for the harmful bacteria.


10. Have most everything needed for optimum nutritional absorption. To absorb calcium, you need magnesium. To absorb magnesium, you need vitamin E, C, etc. Most of these are in the sourdough microorganisms, thus providing optimum absorption.


I have many people share with me that this bread has given them life back. It provides beneficial nutrients that really does a body good. You need the healthy mix of fermentation and slow process to make an excellent bread that gluten intolerant people can eat.


I personally recommend using a sprouted flour. My favorite go-to flour is a sprouted spelt flour. I use it in my Kefir bread and my banana bread too. They are wildly popular, even by those who have intolerances.


If you are plagued by intolerances, there are definitely steps to take to gain your life back. Are you interested in these steps? Click here to talk with me to obtain a plan of attack. Remember you only have one life; it’s up to you to life it fully and abundantly. What are you waiting for?


To your health,




Holistic Health Coach


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