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Leading the Mend -Taking Control of Your Health

I am not usually one that is comfortable talking about medicine or health, but after this discussion I have changed tunes. On this episode I talk with Certified Respiratory Therapist, Nutrition Coach, and founder of Functionally Autoimmune about her incredible health journey and how it led to her becoming making a mark in the medical world. After having multiple procedures, and being given misinformation about her health she decided enough was enough. She has not only taken full control of her own health, but she now encourage and help others take control of theirs. Tune into a deep, moving, and inspirational conversation.

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