Does What You Believe About Healthy Eating Nourish Your Body, Mind, and Soul?

Listen to “Does What You Believe About Healthy Eating Nourish Your Body, Mind and Soul?” on Spreaker.

This week’s guest, Hannah Aylward is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, private chef, gut health expert, and the founder of HAN. In this episode Hannah shares how she cuts through the overwhelming healthy eating noise and teaches us how to eat for gut health, plus
• How to give up dieting,
• Discover ways to tap into your intuition,
• How to take your health into your own hands,
plus more…

More about Hannah Aylward: Hannah helps people around the world take their health into their own hands, and thrive with a healthy weight, a clear mind, glowing skin, abundant energy, and a huge smile.

You can learn more about Hannah and her work at and listen to this delicious chat and sharing this link with family and friends

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