Thriving on Paleo! After suffering for years from numerous symptoms of Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Celiac autoimmune diseases, Michele Spring used the Autoimmune Paleo (AIP) Diet to put her diseases into remission and started feeling better in her 40’s than she did in her 20’s.
She’s now a Certified Health Coach and AIP Diet Coach, dedicated to helping you take the steps you need to feel relief from your own autoimmune disease symptoms through the Paleo and AIP diets. She blogs at Thriving On Paleo and has a Youtube channel that provides guidance, support, and inspiration to those using diet and lifestyle to feel better.
***Here’s Michelle’s video as she explains what autoimmune disease is and help you feel a bit better about this scary-sounding diagnosis***.
Alexa Schirm proves that health can be simple and delicious.
She received her bachelor’s degree in nutrition from Iowa State University and since then has been on a mission to spread the word about honest, realistic and most importantly delicious lifestyle changes. She is a firm believer that real health can be exciting, delicious and fun, and definitely not as complex as we make it. As a mom of three girls, she knows all about making healthy choices on the go and incorporating health into all areas of life. Her mission is helping people to create a new health-style through habit formation and real food. To use health as a means of living rather than living for health..
Our country is suffering from major sleep problems. We don’t get enough sleep, and we get low quality sleep. In this episode we cover sleep quality and quantity, for men and women, including routines and supplements that can help.
Jessica Golding is a certified health coach with certification from Villanova University. She has been on the show previously, episode 53, make sure and check that out as well.
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