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I had a pretty regular childhood filled with friends, sleepovers, sports, and not too much concern with nutrition. My mom and grandma made almost everything from scratch, which is something I’m very thankful for today, but I still consumed a lot of junk foods, like fruit rollups, soda, chips, Gushers, and Milky Ways. This wasn’t done in excess, but realistically, we all know these things shouldn’t be consumed by anyone.

At the end of high school, I decided I didn’t want to gain the freshman 15 when I went to college. Throughout my college years, I exercised almost every day. Exercise was my main way of preventing weight gain. However, from a nutrition standpoint, I wasn’t even close to doing the right things. I’m fortunate that I didn’t gain any more than a couple pounds because my diet was less than ideal. I ate low fat, too much gluten, too much dairy, and thought turkey sandwich meat was a health food. I easily became “hangry,” which I now know was really just blood sugar dysregulation.

I graduated with an accounting and business management degree from UW-Green Bay in 2012 and started working at a firm in Appleton. I continued exercising and my not-so-great-but-better-than-ramen-noodles diet.

In early 2014, I happened to be texting a friend of mine that’s a chiropractor. Through her, I learned that I should probably avoid gluten and give dairy (especially conventional dairy) a rest, so I started being more mindful and worked to avoid those things when I could. I also started looking into organic food. I got married in June 2014, and after we got back from our honeymoon, I gave up all dairy and gluten for a couple months. When I reintroduced them, my body totally rejected them. I had really bad intestinal pain as my body worked to digest these things that hadn’t been in my diet for a long time. That’s when I knew I had to give them up for good.

Shortly after this, I became pregnant with our first baby, and as most pregnant mamas know, your awareness of healthy things skyrockets when you’re pregnant. By this time, I was eating almost all organic food and understood that I needed to be eating good fats instead of “low fat.” Jack was born in September 2015, and I made my husband pack a cooler of organic food for the hospital because I definitely wasn’t going to eat what was served.

In June 2017, I had my second baby boy, Max. Both my pregnancies and labors went really well, but I had some digestion issues while pregnant with Max. Toward the end of my pregnancy, I had some bad stomach pain, so I reached out to my chiropractor friend again to see if she had anything that would help. She and her twin sister were able to determine that I needed some homeopathy. They sent me a few bottles of things to take, and within 2 days, I was leaps and bounds better. It was magic. I didn’t know what they did, but I knew I needed more. This was probably the first real spark of what lights me on fire today.

Fast forward to May 2019. I decide I want to be a natural health practitioner. I enrolled the Nutritional Therapy’s Nutritional Therapy Practitioner course. Class started in September 2019, and graduation was June 2020. I learned so many things I never knew in that course. It was exactly what I needed, and I highly recommend it to anyone.

During this time, I also started going to seminars to learn a muscle testing technique called the morphogenic field technique (MFT). It’s amazing, and I’m convinced it’s the future of health care. MFT is noninvasive, and it uses muscle response testing to help pinpoint exactly what the body needs. The technique serves as a quantum conversation with the cells of your body. The muscle lock or unlock when introduced to a stimulus (my test kits) provides valuable information in precisely what your body is asking for.

And now I’m here, and it feels good to be here. My goal is to help as many people as possible live a healthy lifestyle and reverse their health struggles. I have a lot ahead of me and a lot of people to help, but what’s life without a big, audacious dream?

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