In this episode, we chat with natural health expert Elizabeth Yarnell ND. She is also a patented inventor and multi-passionate entrepreneur focusing on chronic inflammation, how it influences our bodies and our lives, and overcoming it…
She shares her personal MS recovery story and many of the techniques and tips she has learned on what has now become her life mission. She now runs a nationwide food therapy clinic to help people discover the specific foods that not only taste good but make them feel good, too, while reducing inflammation. She also shares
• The role that food sensitivities play in inflammation
• What are food sensitivities, and how you can become allergic to even ‘healthy’ food
• The connection between diet, lifestyle, and autoimmune symptoms
• Uncovering other causes of inflammation plus so much more…
More about our guest: Since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at age 30, Elizabeth Yarnell has spent the past 20 years studying how to manage autoimmunity naturally as a traditional naturopath. She’s worked with hundreds of MS and other autoimmune sufferers in her nationwide clinic, using unique, personalized natural therapies to help them slow or even reverse the course of their disease.
Her latest venture is the “Holistic Health and Wellness Collective,” an online hub for seekers of natural methods for health and healing to find and meet new and different practitioners of complementary and alternative healing modalities. She’s a TEDx speaker, award-winning author whose cookbook has sold more than 60,000 copies, a patented inventor. She has been featured on CBS, NBC, ABC, and PBS and Good Housekeeping, Health, Martha Stewart Living Radio, and many other outlets. Learn more at www.elizabethyarnell.com and www.holistichealthandwellnesscollective.com
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