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How to Be Magnetic and Heal Your Body From the Inside Out, With Kimberly Snyder

Ep. 35

Whether you feel like you've tried everything to achieve weight loss and nothing has worked, or you're interested in finding your purpose and diving into spirituality, this might be the conversation that changes your life. Kimberly Snyder is a multiple-time New York Times bestselling author, spiritual and meditation teacher, nutritionist, and founder of Solluna, a holistic lifestyle brand that offers supplements, meditations and courses. Considered one of Hollywood's top wellness gurus, she has worked with top celebrities including Drew Barrymore, Reese Witherspoon, Kerry Washington, Margot Robbie, and Channing Tatum. On this episode, Kimberly and Josie dive into spirituality and why connection to Self is so important to healing the body and achieving your best health. Kimberly also shares the routines and rituals that make the biggest difference for her, as well as the supplements and foods she swears by. To the wellness queenies out there are: you're going to want to take notes.

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