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New Beginnings!

WELCOME!  This is my very first blog post on my very first website!  I’m both thrilled and terrified all at the same time.  When I decided to “put myself out there” as a Health Coach I knew I was opening the door to many personal and professional challenges that would scare and excite me.  In other words, I consciously knew I was forcing myself to GROW and CHANGE!

Now that “L-DAY” (launch day) is here — the challenges I imagined before are REAL now!  Negative thoughts about whether or not people will like my site, will people even visit my site — are running rampant through my head.  Doubts like “can I keep up with a blog and consistently churn out good content” are filling my belly with butterflies.  In the end though, what I know is this:


INTEGRITY is super important to me and I know I can’t expect my clients to push themselves to try new things, eliminate old habits and become someone new if I’m not willing to do the same!

— C.S. Lewis

So with that, I welcome you here and hope you enjoy this space and make it your “home” for valuable mind + body + spirit information and community.

I leave you with one final thought:  what would you do or who would you be if FEAR weren’t a factor?  Leave a comment below or email me directly and share.

In Good Health,

Share Your Thoughts

  1. Alonzo Cobb

    Congratulations on successfully building your website and jumping out there to do something serious. Now I see why you’ve been a crust all your life; you were planning your debut. Have you checked out the following doctors: Lorraine Day, Joel Wallach, Russell Blaylock; and Vani Hari (the Food Babe)? They’re all working in the same arena as you, and you might be able to glean some important insights from them. Just an idea.

    I’m particularly interested in knowing if you have a treatment for prostate cancer. If you do, please let me know ASAP. Thanks.

    August 28, 2015 • 8:51 pm •
  2. helpingbodiesheal

    Thanks Alonzo. I’ve heard of some of the folks you mentioned and will check out the rest. Cancer – regardless of what type – is not something I would advise on without a lot more information. I’m not a medical doctor so whether to get chemo/radiation or not — that’s not something I would opine about; I would say generally speaking eating a diet that is anti-inflammatory and low in sugar would benefit everyone. That would mean removing pro-inflammatory foods like dairy, soy, gluten, refined sugar and animal protein supported by consuming 7-9 cups of fresh veggies a day, whole gluten-free grains, legumes, lots of water, etc.

    August 28, 2015 • 11:51 pm •