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How’s Your Mindset?

In career, coaching, holistic health, Uncategorized, wellness on December 13, 2012 at 7:43 pm

“Success from Within” was a wonderful 2-day workshop held by Robert Notter Coaching. Since then, I’ve been thinking a lot about mindset.

I’ve been thinking a lot about the importance of mindset lately, because that is what sets us up to take action, striving for new endeavors, to challenge ourselves and to do things we had previously avoided. As we stretch ourselves, we feel an energy shift and our vibration rises. We get attention. We take action and have confidence and determination–and that’s, well, very client attractive.

We get to shake the “junk” out of our minds, focus and set priorities.That junk, by the way, usually doesn’t even serve us.

The thing is, many of us know the “what,” but we have no idea how to implement the “how” and even the “why.”  We live inside our own heads and don’t pay attention to those little internal messages, brilliant information we get from our bodies.

Two weeks ago, I attended a fabulous 2-day workshop called “Success from Within” by Robert Notter Coaching.

It was content-rich and the room was full of interesting people who nourished each other’s spirits.  And it was fun, too.


Irene Ross

Irene Ross is a certified nutrition and health coach who helps people get off the diet roller coaster–to lose the weight, keep it off and let your
“fabulousness” shine.

“Healthy weight is a lot more about simply walking away with a list of so-called good foods and bad foods. It’s about a lot of things. Like learning how to balance blood sugar and knowing about the connection between hormones and processed foods and the adrenals and thyroid; and like learning how chronic stress and sleep deprivation affect our weight–among other things. And people need to know that everything feeds us; for instance, career, relationships, self-care, because if just one thing is out of balance they’ll always be, well, hungry.

“In short, I don’t just focus on the action (i.e., list of foods), but on the proper ecology (root problem) so that real and lasting transformation happens.”

Author of the forthcoming book, 25 Ways to Fire Up Your Day: Increase Energy, Get More Done in Less Time, Balance Your Life,  she believes that a wellness-centered family includes everyone–even the 4-legged furry kids, Irene writes frequently on the topic of pet wellness. She also has a pet wellness blog:

To learn more, please visit Irene’s website:  Her free, twice-monthly newsletter, “Power Wellness,” is full of information, tips and recipes for healthy eating and lifestyle. Subscribe to her awesome newsletter here.


What Do You Think: Will Health Coaches Shape the Future of Health Care

In career, Uncategorized, weight on August 28, 2012 at 7:01 pm

Posted on August 28, 2012

It’s not unusual for me to hear those questions “So what do you do?” or “How can you help me?

Health Coaches are sometimes referred to as “change agents,” because we’ll help you implement transformation in your life. Here’s an example: I always ask every new client what they’re “wake up” problem is–you know, that thing that eats at you, whether you’re tossing and turning at 2:00 AM or rising at 7:00 AM.

My client said she was unhappy and frustrated that she had gained over 65 pounds in a relatively short time and, no matter how hard she tried, she just couldn’t lose it. So we took baby steps, first getting her blood sugar balanced, teaching her how to eat healthfully even with little or no time, showing her the most effective way–for her body–to exercise at the gym. She didn’t know how to read food labels, so off we went on field trips to the supermarket and health food emporium.

After about seven sessions, however, what we uncovered was her ROOT problem, a severe time management problem. That problem affected every single thing in her life, from how she ate to how she managed her career. Needless to say, there was no such thing as a work/life balance in her life.

I ran into her recently and she was glowing. Everything changed instantly, she said, once we figured out what the real problem was. To quote the old cliche, “knowledge is power.” Once she understood her problem, she knew how to handle it–and then rid herself of it once and for all.

What health coaches DON’T do is:

•Send you away with a list of so-called good and bad foods. Everyone reacts differently to a food, so what could be a good food for you for could be poison to ME.

•Leave our program open-ended with no end in sight. Starting with day #1, we’ll write down and discuss your goals and challenges. Midway through your program, I review them to see if you’re on track–or if we need to reset in order to reach them within your timeframe.

•Mask issues-we get to the root of the problem, so you can get rid of it once and for all.

Many feel that health coaches will transform the health care system. One is Dr. Mark Hyman, who’s also a guest lecturer at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (where I graduated from).

Irene Ross, CHHC, AADP is a certified nutrition and health coach who helps people get off that diet roller coaster and live a lifetime of health, wellness, energy and passion.. To learn more, please visit her website:

Marketing 101: Work Smarter, Not Harder–And What’s That Got to Do with Wellness Anyway?

In career, consultant, entrepreneur, holistic health, wellness on June 7, 2012 at 4:49 pm

 Did you know there are really many types of well-being—such as career, financial and spiritual?

Speaking of financial, I was driven NUTS last year!

I’m going to admit something to you right now.

You see, I thought I was doing all the right things, but it seemed that I was working far too hard and not smart—and consequently, I always felt like I was struggling, especially in this not-so-great economy.

Yet, I was hearing a lot of people saying things like, “I had the best year ever, despite the   financial turmoil of 2011.”

I was very lucky; on perhaps the worst day ever—July 7, 2011—I heard a lecture by client attraction mentor, Fabienne Frederickson.  Quite honestly, I’ve been hooked ever since.

She makes everything very easy and clear.  And she’s HUMAN, making herself vulnerable by sharing some of the mistakes she first made when starting out. She never makes you feel that it was all perfect for her from the beginning.  So you never say that oh-so-familiar, “So what’s wrong with me?”

I’ve learned a lot but, for me, the biggest lesson—and the one I still have to learn over and over again—is to not to get distracted by those “bright shiny objects”—you know, those things that seem wonderful and glamorous, but are only BIG distractions that ultimately make you tired, frustrated—and poor.

As an example, I was approached a while back to do a radio show.  Great,right?  Wrong!  It takes a lot of time and effort to prepare for a radio show—and this one had nothing to do with my business, really.  So, through the lessons I learned, I was able to politely pass and offer them an alternative—someone who’s business would really benefit

In fact, I had to pull the reins in on myself just this morning; someone approached me yesterday with a glamorous, appeal-to-the-ego project. Gotta admit, I was pretty flattered! But when I thought it through, there was nothing even remotely income-producing and it didn’t even touch my target market.  In fact, I’m not even sure that it’s sustainable!

So what’s different this year than last?  Well, if this had been June 2011, I know I would have just jumped on it, spun my wheels and spent a LOT of time and money (that would have been much better spent re-investing in my own company.)  I would have been tired, burned out, frustrated—and very, very poor.

This year, though, I had the tools to really think this through and put the brakes on it before there was any danger. 

This year, 2012, is full of passion, success, confidence and enthusiasm.

Would you like to benefit from Fabienne’s wisdom?  She offers a COMPLETELY FREE CD!  Access it here:

The Power of Your Mind: Affecting Everything from Wellness to Prosperity

In career, entrepreneur, health, nutrition, Uncategorized, wellness on May 21, 2012 at 10:36 pm


How does your brain/mind affect your health, wellness, longevity, prosperity, success and more?

Early research by Eldon Taylor and others proved that auditory stimulation is one of the most effective ways to change a state of mind. Eldon Taylor theorized that by using verbal stimuli just below the threshold of awareness, he could have a positive effect on the moods and behavior of the listeners. His theories were proven correct and thus were born the InnerTalk® method.

A former practicing criminalist, Taylor says he first became intrigued by this concept over 25 years ago when he heard of a study completed by the LA Police Department in anticipation of the LA-hosted Olympics.  The study, he says, focused on information delivery–what we know as subliminal messages.  This study featured sounds, such as furnaces, with messages embedded that would speak to a person’s physiology.  It was first tested on the police cadets, he says, but had to be terminated within 3 days, since they all experienced powerful physiological reactions, such as dehydration.

What Role Does The Subconscious Mind Play?

“Science has discovered many of the hard wired connections that appear to give the brain/mind so much control over the body (health, wellness, longevity, and youthfulness) and our destinies in terms of success, learning, wealth and prosperity,” says Eldon Taylor. Yet, as his website points out, the only limitation is that which is self-imposed, with us being subjected to repeated messages teaching self doubt, fear, anxiety, etc. This programmed language of limitation has become the life script, expectation, and therefore most of the reality.

He continues: To change current behavior, you first have to change the information stored in the subconscious. It sounds easy, but you can’t just tell your subconscious to think differently and ask for life-changing behavior modification. You must find a way to counteract those subconscious thoughts and introduce different thoughts for your subconscious to use. The InnerTalk method will help you control the introduction of stimuli to the subconscious and therefore control behavior modification.”

Taylor says his technology and products have been rigorously tested by independent researchers at leading universities, such as Stanford.

” In the most rigorous of scientific research designs, the double blind study, our programs have repeatedly demonstrated their effectiveness. From Weight Loss to Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), from stress to depression, from learning to examination anxiety, and more, we have demonstrated our ability to facilitate your mind power,” he says.

Read an article by Eldon Taylor on the Fit and Healthy Program with the InnerTalk® method: forever fit and healthy by eldon taylor


Taylor, a former criminologist, is is considered one of the foremost authorities on subconscious motivation and developed the patented and proven subliminal technology called InnerTalk®.   The New York Times best-selling author has had his work cited in many books and he is the creator of more than 300 award-winning books, audio and video programs.

Taylor is a fellow in the American Psychotherapy Association and an internationally sought-after speaker. His books and audio-video materials have been translated into more than a dozen languages and have sold millions worldwide.

In early June, he’ll be officially rolling out his newest product, “Fit and Healthy,” a package of 9 programs and 8 CDs, utilizing the Inner Talk Technology.

Healthy Is Crucial To Your Career

In business, career, corporate, health, wellness on February 1, 2012 at 1:22 am

“All companies look for both professionalism and enthusiasm. If you’re not feeling your best, you won’t be as energetic. Being healthy is a critical component of the interviewing process,” says Emily Koltnow, president of the executive recruiting firm, Koltnow & Company ( 

So ask yourself these questions:

  • How  productive are you?  Do you, or will you, walk into the office every morning–energetically, enthusiastically, ready to take on new challenges?
  • Are  you constantly fatigued or energetic?
  • Do you get headaches?
  • How does food affect you, both physically and emotionally? Do you come back from lunch sleepy and irritable or refreshed and energetic?
  • Do you have a major energy crash in the late afternoon?
  • Are you able to handle challenges calmly and effectively?
  • Do you rely on coffee or diet soda throughout the day?

Your wellness is a critical factor in your daily professional life. You need to be at the top of your game and stand out from the competition like never before.

Skills are crucial, but so is mindset (actually, some even say that mindset is more important), so let the prospective employer see someone who is highly-functional, energetic, enthusiastic and vibrant.

Also keep in mind that the employee benefit package is often one of the largest employer expenses, so make sure they see someone looking fit and healthy.

Five Ways to Nourish Your Career, Your Life

In career, food, health, job, lifestyle, nutrition, wellness on January 23, 2012 at 12:41 am

I once knew a woman who would come back from her lunch break sleepy and cranky. She’d put her head down on her desk and then arise to shout and snap at co-workers, clients-and, eventually, her boss. She was fired shortly after that incident.

She’d always explain her behavior by saying “It’s the food!” She was actually on to something; food is powerful and can seriously affect your moods and energy levels. Food has the power to heal-or harm.

Whether you’re unemployed and job-hunting, or employed but want to move up the company ladder, you need to stand out from the competition like never before.

Emily Koltnow, president of the executive recruiting firm, Koltnow & Company, says: “All companies look for both professionalism and enthusiasm. If you’re not feeling your best, you won’t be as energetic. Being healthy is a critical component of the interviewing process.”

Another recruiter mentioned to me that, yes, skills on paper are important–but, also, at the end of the day, the prospective employer will look at the entire picture of you.  In other words, “At the end of the day, will that person make my job easier or more difficult?”

Here are five (5) easy, but highly effective, nutritional and lifestyle strategies for maintaining that competitive edge-and your moods.

1. Keep a Food Journal: Everything is food -and it can affect all areas of your day, energy levels, and even your mood. Knowledge is power. So write it down: How do you feel when you eat a certain food or consume a particular meal? Happy? Energetic? Sleepy? Irritable? Examine your results, detect patterns, and avoid problem or trigger foods.

2. Get enough sleep: Everyone should get at least 7.5 hours a night. There are several reasons why adequate sleep is important.

First, when we don’t get enough sleep, we often, naturally turn to comfort foods with high fat, high sugar, and high sodium contents. Those, in themselves, are energy zappers-not to mention the havoc they wreak on your diet.

Second, sleep has a direct effect on three hormones that regulate stress, energy balance and appetite. When you don’t get enough sleep, cortisol, the stress hormone, elevates glucose and appetite; it’s often blamed for thickening mid-sections. Lack of sleep also causes ghrelin, which increases appetite, to increase, and leptin, which suppresses appetite and moderates energy balance, to decrease.

Third, inadequate sleep affects immunity and moods. A few years ago the Archives of Internal Medicine explored the common cold.  Therefore, 153 people received, via nose drop, the rhino virus.  The rhino virus is the virus that gives us the common cold, said New York City Naturopathic Doctor, Peter Bongiorno, ND, LAc.  It was found that those studied, who got at least seven hours of sleep per night, were 300% less likely to catch a cold.  For more information on the study, click here.

Too stressed to sleep? Learn some relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing, meditation or yoga.

3. Eat Breakfast: Eating breakfast will keep your energy levels consistent throughout the morning, most likely leading to you making better choices at lunch. When you skip breakfast: you’ll be ravenous and fuzzy by mid-morning, which will probably lead to you reaching for a caffeinated drink or sugary snack to offset the slump. At lunch, you’ll probably be very hungry, and tired, and will binge on sugary foods, causing a mid-afternoon slump. I once worked with a woman who rummaged through the company kitchen by 4:00 PM to look for leftover birthday cake, pizza or other treats. Yet another made a regular run to Baskin-Robbins every afternoon around 3:00.

A good breakfast should include a little protein, whole grains, vegetables and/or fruit.

4. Stay Hydrated: Water transports nutrients and oxygen throughout the body, so drink up-or you’ll feel fatigued if you don’t drink enough. If you wait until you’re thirsty, you’re already dehydrated. If you don’t drink enough, you can experience everything from muscle cramps to headaches, inability to pay attention, and dizziness.

Divide your weight in half-that’s the number of ounces you should drink per day-and substitute a glass of water every time you want to reach for caffeine or sugary drinks.

5. Fit Fare: Eat plenty of whole foods: grains, vegetables, fish and lean proteins. These foods are packed with vitamins, minerals, enzymes and fiber. Grains are a complex carbohydrate, absorbing into the bloodstream at a steady rate, providing long-lasting energy. They also increase serotonin, the substance that makes you feel less stressed. As for veggies, the more colorful the assortment, the better, because each color contains a different set of phytonutrients, thought to promote health. Don’t forget sea vegetables-kelp, dulce, seaweeds, hajiki and nori; they’re loaded with minerals (such as calcium) are an excellent source of Iodine, Vitamin K and B-vitamins. Nori makes a great substitute for bread when creating wraps.

Protein provides amino acids which are building blocks for many things in the body, including playing a role in alertness. It also helps build and maintain body cells and regulate body processes. Fish provides important omega 3’s which appear to have many health benefits for body and brain, including reducing risk for heart disease and improving mood.

Superfoods, called that because of their high nutrient content, include berries, citrus fruits, oats, pumpkin (100% pure-not the pie filling), walnuts, and yogurt. Greens–broccoli, spinach, kale, collards, bok choy–have been linked to everything from improved circulation to promoting healthy immune systems and lessening depression.


Irene Ross, CHHC, AADP ( is a certified nutrition and wellness coach.  She helps people instantly double their energy so they can avoid that mid-morning or afternoon slump, get more done in less time and balance their lives.  Irene writes a newsletter called “Power Wellness” (you can subscribe through her website) and is author of the forthcoming book, 25 Ways To Fire Up Your Day:  Increase Energy, Get More Done in Less Time, Balance Your Life and also writes a popular pet wellness blog:

Irene is also a health partner of The Loszach Group, an organization that assesses and analyzes a company’s needs to ensure the most effective wellness program.

Irene is offering a complimentary 30-minute “nutritional breakthrough” session, which can be done either via phone or in-person.  To schedule a session, please contact her through:

What Is Presenteeism? Hint–It’s Why Your Company Needs A Wellness Program!

In business, career, corporate, entrepreneur, job, small business, Uncategorized on December 28, 2011 at 7:06 pm

What is presenteeism?  Simply, it means coming to work even when ill or distracted by stress, injury, depression, and personal and family responsibilities.

In this challenging economic climate, an unprecedented number of employees are also distracted by financial worries.

In fact, earlier this year, the Organizational Expertise Panel of the Society for Human Resource Management conducted national surveys with managers.  They found that employees spend, on average, 20 hours per month handling financial problems that often take them out of the office.  That’s about 30 percent of a workweek!

Many employers presenteeism to be even worse than its opposite, absenteeism, because it leads to low productivity which, in turn, can result in high hidden costs.

Medical costs can sometimes take up as much as 1/2 of a company’s profits, but an employee wellness program can help cut costs by resulting in:

  • Significant, measurable differences in healthcare spending. In 2010, the Harvard Business Review reported that a study by the Johnson & Johnson leaders estimated that wellness programs cumulatively saved the company $250 million on health care costs over the past decade; from 2002 to 2008, the return was $2.71 for every dollar spent.
  • Greater retention, better morale.  It costs a lot to hire and train employees.  Employees will feel a sense of well-being created by their employers.
  • Possible incentives from insurance companies. Check your provider to see if they offer any inducements.

My corporate workshops give employees the skills to take control of their well-being by deepending their knowledge of nutrition and healthy lifestyle choices. Accessible to a wide range of people, the workshops address some of the most common issues, including energy, stress, weight, high blood pressure, nutritional rebalancing, healthy lifestyle choices.

Talk to your resource professional or operations manager today to schedule a consultation with me at: 212-563-2353 or

Irene Ross is also a partner of The Loszach Report.

Loszach offers a comprehensive service to measure employees’ overall health, wellness, and satisfaction–and then offers solutions and recommendations in order to create and sustain positive and productive work environments.


Irene Ross, CHHC, AADP is a certified nutrition and wellness coach who helps people alter unhealthy habits so they can bring their lives into balance. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she studied over 100 dietary theories, lifestyle management techniques and cutting-edge coaching methods with instructors such as Deepak Chopra, MD; Dr. David Katz: Dr. Mark Hyman; Geneen Roth; Dr. Andrew Weil and many others. She received her board certification from the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.

Author of the forthcoming book, 25 Ways To Fire Up Your Day: Increase Energy, Get More Done in Less Time, Balance Your Life, she also writes a popular pet wellness blog:

Add An Hour Or More To Your Day, Balance Your Life

In business, career, consultant, Uncategorized on December 14, 2011 at 2:22 am



According to New York City Psychologist/Executive Coach Dr. Sharon Melnick, the average business person has seven interruptions per day, with each taking approximately 15 minutes to re-focus.  That’s over an hour and a half of your day!

So  the work piles up, but so does the stress.

As a wellness coach, I know for sure it ultimately leads to headaches, weight gain, lack of energy, irritability and anxiousness, sleeplessness, and a lot of other things that can sabotage both your personal and professional live

Here are some suggestions for handling them.  First, you need to understand them.  “There’s no ‘one size fits all’”, Dr. Melnick says, “so, there’ll always be some you’ll want to handle right away, others you’ll want to triage to figure out the best time to handle, and others you’ll want to curtail altogether.”

  • Control those chatty co-workers. “When someone comes into your office, either to share an experience, vent, or ask a favor, give them just enough time to show respect and see where they’re going,” says Dr. Melnick.  “Then cut it off by asking this question, ‘How specifically can I help you?’ This will usually stop them from babbling because they’ll have to think about their response.  If they say, ‘I just need to vent,’ say, ‘Great!  I have 5 minutes before I have to leave to my next meeting.’”
  • Rank e-mails, and use voicemail.  Recently, I sent an e-mail to a colleague and received this automatic message:  “To better balance my personal and professional life, I am now answering all e-mails once a day.”  Brilliant! Not every e-mail needs to be replied to the instant it comes in. Caution:  Please be sure to write your message so that it is appropriate to your industry/work.  My colleague’s message was appropriate, because she’s another health coach and balance is what we’re all about—but that may not be appropriate for you.
  • Gale Steves, a former magazine editor and author of the book, “Right-Sizing your Home,” told me she used to leave an outgoing message on her voicemail indicating that she’d return all messages by a certain time—WITH instructions on what to do if the call was an emergency and needed immediate response.  “It was too difficult for me to re-focus after a call, so I used this method to announce my intentions,” said Steves.
  • Categorize your to-do list in order of urgency, deadline, and importance. Also add: What action is required?   What is the desired result?  Is follow-up needed?  Some interruptions may be pressing to others, but they may not be pressing—or as important—for you. This exercise will help you determine which is which. It will also give you a great sense of satisfaction and empowerment to be able to cross off items as they are completed.
  • Unclutter your office!  If you spend far too much time looking for files, or if you’re constantly tripping over papers, it’s time to organize and clean up your space. Frances, a magazine editor who was constantly bombarded with invitations, product announcements and other mail, said the paper could really pile up. “So I’d open it, scan it quickly and determine if it should be filed or thrown out.”

Irene Ross, CHHC, AADP is a board certified wellness and nutrition coach who helps people alter unhealthy habits to bring their lives into balance.  She’s author of the forthcoming book, 25 Ways to Fire Up Your Day:  Increase Energy, Get More Done in Less Time and Balance Your Life.  She writes a twice-monthly newsletter, “Power Wellness,” which can be subscribed to from her website:  http://www.eating

An Ezine Expert Author , she also writes apopular pet wellness blog:

Many Kinds of Well-being, and They All Can Affect Your Business

In career, entrepreneurs, small business, solopreneurs, wellness on December 12, 2011 at 12:55 am

When we think of well-being, we often think solely of physical or perhaps spiritual.  The fact is, though, that there are many kinds of well-being—and if one of them is out of balance, it will affect your overall health, happiness, success,  and mindset, leading to headaches, digestive problems, sleeplessness, anxiety.

And let’s face it:  This is a time when you really need to be clear, focused, and on top of your game.

For instance, let’s start with the thing on everyone’s mind these days:  Financial well-being.  As of August  2011, one in three Americans were worried about the economy, reaching an all-time high.  Moreover, the American Psychological Association says that worry often trickles down to the kids, causing THEM stress and anxiety.

Earlier this year, the Organizational Expertise Panel of the Society for Human Resource Management conducted national surveys with managers. They found that employees spend, on average, 20 hours per month handling financial problems that often take them out of the office. That equals about 30 percent of a 40 hour workweek!

This affects everyone, from the corporate employee to the entrepreneur and intrapreneur, or whether you’re a solo-preneur, small business proprietor, or are exploring and reinventing yourself.

I took an exceptional business class this past summer, and it was the best thing I ever did.  Now I can share it with you, because the lecture is on a free CD.  I’m so happy to be able to share this with you, especially in this very challenging economy.

Fabienne Fredrickson, the Client Attraction Mentor and founder of has a generous offer (well, free offer) that I think you’ll really enjoy. She developed a step by step system for attracting clients to your small business – incorporating all the essential elements needed to
ensure you have clients attracted to you. Fabienne is known for helping solo-preneuers around the world attract more clients, make more money and have more time off to enjoy it all. Fabienne has a FREE audio CD entitled “How to Attract All the Clients You Need.”  She is
giving this away for FREE. Thousands of people have listened to it and have had dramatic results in their business as a result.

To get your copy of the free CD, please visit:

In this FREE audio CD Fabienne covers how she developed the system and reveals her secrets for attracting clients
consistently and having your business work for you, as opposed to you always working for the business.

Here’s that link again:




FREE Class Tonight (Tuesday, Nov 29) on Holiday Wellness: Weight Gain and Stress Doesn’t Have to Be Inevitable

In career, diet, entrepreneurs, fitness, holiday, job, lifestyle, sleep, stress, Uncategorized, weight, wellness on November 29, 2011 at 3:34 pm

Do you think you automatically gain weight, get stressed and get exhausted just because it’s the holiday season?  And do you ever ask yourself these questions (at any time of the year, really):  Why don’t I have much energy?”  “Why do I crave sweets?”  “Why can’t I sleep well?”  “Why is my mind always so fuzzy?”  “How does my fuzzy mind and lack of energy affect both my professional and personal lives?”

Do you ever wonder what it would be like to not have to spend an extra half hour in the morning getting dressed while you’re looking for something that fits?  Do you ever wish you could get back into those favorite, “skinny” jeans?  Do you ever wonder how much it costs you in making those daily (or, in some cases, twice-daily) donut, cookie or ice cream runs (and we’re not just talking about the cost in money–it can cost you time and other things.)

During this FREE class, you’ll learn about such things as how to control and manage those cravings; the connection between toxins and weight gain–and more.  It’ll be informative, interesting–and highly interactive.

Details are here. For more information on me, please visit my website:

RSVPs would be appreciated; you can e-mail me at:

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