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Show #61- Discover Wellbeing

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1st Guest: Rachel Collins, Health Coach and Founder of Discover Wellbeing.

www.discoverwellbeing.org    

Rachel Collins is a Health Coach, Business Mentor and Founder of Discover Wellbeing. It is her vision for every woman to to live the life she wants, in a body she LOVES! Rachel believes you cannot have good physical health without great emotional health. Discover Wellbeing is an online wellbeing centre where women can access a range of products and services for emotional and physical wellbeing. Check out the freebies on offer here www.discoverwellbeing.org/freebies

Discover Wellbeing is an Online Wellbeing Centre where you can access a range of products and services for your emotional and physical health. 

2nd Guest: 

Beata Rydyger, Registered Holistic Nutritionist

www.shelivesclean.com

I am a registered holistic nutritionist with a Bachelor in Health Sciences, a post-graduate certificate in Public Relations and a post-graduate degree in Holistic Nutrition who works as a health blogger and advocate for clean, healthy living. For years I suffered from gut problems and chronic stress and anxiety thanks to a high-paced job in the PR world and to poor nutrition dating back to my years as a former fashion and runway model. It wasn’t until I made health a priority in my life that I fell in love with whole, natural foods. I began making drastic changes in my life, went back to school to educate myself further and started a blog to share my knowledge in hopes that it would inspire others.  

As a practicing Nutritionist in Los Angeles, California, I offer my clients tailored dietary, supplement and lifestyle plans based on a detailed one-on-one assessment covering everything from health concerns to future health and nutrition goals. 

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