#022: Celery Juice, Intuitive Eating, & The Thyroid Issue No One is Talking About, with Jennifer Klotz, MS, RD, LDN
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92% of All Americans have at least ONE nutrient deficiency. Known to cause a multitude of health issues, such as: muscle cramps, joint pain, headaches, skin issues, fatigue, sleep issues, inflammation, bleeding of the gums, autoimmune conditions, etc. 

& Yet, instead of paying attention to what intuitively sounds right, tastes good, and makes us feel well - the majority of us are falling victim to fad trends while losing the ability to know what our bodies actually need - intuitively.

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Being deficient in just one nutrient is serious, and yet most of us have no idea what our labs look like. These 'imbalances' truly throw your body out of balance and can lead to chronic health issues if left unaddressed, long term. This is why adding something new to your diet with a broad spectrum of vitamins and minerals to your morning routine will make you feel instantly better. (This doesn't have to just be Celery Juice. It can be water, a smoothie, a salad, or anything nutrient dense!)

+ CELERY JUICE USERS BEWARE: there are risks associated with daily consumption of such a large amount of celery on a daily basis – and we’re here to make sure you’re aware of both sides of the story.

Are you taking any prescription medications? Do you have a history of thyroid issues? Digestive Issues? Sensitivity to the Sun?

… you really need to listen to this episode to understand how celery juice might be (negatively) effecting your health, long-term. Even if it's making you feel great - right now.

In a way, it’s the new superfood – think matcha, kale, coconut oil, goji berries – all the things that have come and gone from the health food spotlight with each passing year. 

Ultimately, we're hoping to leave you feeling well educated and inspired to make each lifestyle choice a decision of your own - once you've heard both sides of the story.

Diving into this conversation with Jennifer Klotz. She's a Registered Dietitian, Holistic Nutritionist and she brings incredible insight and a wealth of knowledge to the table for this conversation.







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