Three years ago, I watched a Ted Talk that really affected me. I knew in my soul that what you ate, slept, and how you exercised made a difference and had an affect on how you could fight diseases and live the best life you could. This Ted talk reaffirmed everything that I knew but was still trying to find the evidence of. She is an amazing Dr. who has an incredible story to tell. I think we can all be inspired by her. If you have questioned if what you ate really made a difference to how you feel, well she will show you just how much it made a difference in her life. She has a new book out that I am planning on getting soon. She really believes in finding the highest nutrients from food sources, not just supplements, and see how they cured her Multiple Sclerosis. If you google her name, you will get links to many interviews with her and her books. It is worth your time.
I am a 38 year old nutrient seeker. I have four children and a loving husband that all support me in trying to feed and nourish my family both spiritually, mentally, and physically. I lost my father to Diabetes, Parkinson's, and mental illness almost 2 years ago and just a few months ago I lost my sister Angie to Lung Cancer. She passed away in August 2015. I will forever miss her, but want to use my life to help others avoid disease and live a better life. A life not shared, is a life not worth living. I have been affected personally by modern day diseases that I believe are possible to avoid if you can nourish the body in what it needs. I am seeking to learn and share these things.