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Isabel L.

Tucson, Arizona
Isabel Lizarazu grew up in a medical household in Bolivia, where her father is a highly respected physician. From an early age, she was exposed to both conventional and native healing methods, as well as Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicine. At 18 she went to Germany to study medicine but became disenchanted with conventional approaches to healing, and turned to studying the traditional medicines,...

eatspinlive Health Maven

Wichita Falls, Texas
  Hi, I’m Amanda! Welcome to Eat, Spin, Live! I am a 22 year old girl living in Texas with a passion for nutrition, healthy eating, staying active, and living life to the fullest! I just graduated from college with by Bachelors of Science in Psychology and am currently working towards my Masters in General Counseling! I love helping people in any way that I possibly can...
Communities: Dance, Triathlon, Exercise , ...

heartofcooking

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia
Creating new recipes, like creating new works of art, is one of my passions in life.  For the past twelve plus years, I’ve been a self-taught cook out of the necessity to feed myself allergy-free foods.  This blossomed into a career I never imagined when I began cooking for people with special diets at a healing and spiritual retreat in Warfordsburg, PA about 3 years ago. ...

Ashley D.

Atlanta, Georgia
I have a BS in Nutrition from The University of Tennessee (GO VOLS!) and truly believe in the healing power of food. I also believe that food should be respected and whole, REAL food is what our focus should be on in order to live long, healthy, active lives. I'm a home cook and love experimenting with new recipes and absolutely do not believe in depriving ourselves of delicious food. I am also...

hellaD

Vancouver, Canada
I have been a chef for 15 year and in that time I came to realize that the type of food you eat is vital. Also the type of earth that your food was grown or raised in makes a huge difference. I eat lots of butter, coconut oil and other fats, lots of bone broths and am currently eating grain-free. We are on the Gut and Psychology Syndrome diet currently and it has helped us immensely. We...
Communities: Dance, Biking, Walking , ...

garywrona

San Anselmo, California
My name is Gary Wrona. I am a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist and Energy Healer with over 2,000 satisfied clients. The service I provide incorporates many different techniques to bring your whole body, mind, and energy system into balance. Some of the results of receiving this type of massage and energy healing include: structural alignment, deep relaxation, pain and stress relief,...
Communities: Organic Food, Massage/Spa

Alex Ong - MindYourOwnWellness.com

Villa Park, Illinois
Tragedy Turns Ex-Fatty Boy/ Fatty into Bruce Lee of Wellness - Beginning at age six, 'Fatty Boy' was my nickname. As I grew older, my nickname was changed to Fatty. How fun was it to be called a Fatty? I didn't care much, but I do not recall loving it. Although I was very cheerful by nature, consciously and subconsciously, I hated being fat, especially when it came to changing my clothes....

Louise F.

Pittsburg, California

britt89x

California
My name is brittany, i live in pennsylvania. I am 19 yrs old. I love Music, movies, animals and food. lol, & im going to go to college for criminal law to be a probation officer, and also Psychology to be a psychologist. =]