Creating Successful Resolutions and Winter Wellness Tips with Expert Roberta Mittman

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This week we welcome back to The Autoimmune Hour Roberta Mittman, health and wellness expert, author, speaker, and founder of Park Avenue Center for Wellbeing in New York. She shares ways to ease your journey to better health, why most resolutions do more harm than good, and what to do instead, including her ‘pause’ technique plus:

• How to escape self-sabotaging behavior,
• What is a seasonal detox,
• Wellness and nutrition tips for winter weather
And, so much more….

Roberta Mittman is on a “quiet” revolution to help women over 40 redefine what they think their age means and spreading the word that it’s never too late to attain the life (and body) you want. She’s a dedicated alternative healthcare practitioner, health and wellness coach, international speaker, author, and licensed acupuncturist. Learn more about Roberta at and get her free 10-day food-based “no juicing required” Detox Guide at

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