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Jan 20, 2021
Episode 92: Body Inflammation + Disease, Orgasmic Birthing for Better Health, and Building Up Your Immune System for COVID-19 with Aimee-Jean Greenacre
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Chronic Pain, Disease, + Auto-immune disorders of the body. What might be contributing to these ailments + is there anything we can do other than solely relying on medications? Certified Nutritionist, Aimee-Jean Greenacre shares with us her best tips on living a holistic lifestyle + consuming whole foods to reduce inflammation + precursors to disease. We also dive in about your questions surrounding body cleanses + fasts.

In this episode you’ll hear:

  • The holistic approach to nutrition + lifestyle
  • How suppression of emotions + life can lead to disease + chronic pain
  • The history of preservatives in America + why it’s impacting our physical health today
  • Considerations of YOUR body when starting a cleanse
  • What foods cause the most inflammation + are the first to consider in eliminating when healing the body from disease
  • Foods that reduce inflammation in the body
  • Which foods to buy organic + which to save your money on
  • Tips for learning to listen to the voice of the body
  • Best strategies for helping boost the immune system against COVID-19

She even answers listener’s questions from instagram @sexloveyoga:

  1. Is fasting good for you?
  2. What foods actually work as aphrodisiacs?
  3. I have fibromyalgia, and I’ve heard that changing my food could help. Is there anything in particular that I should stay away from or that I should add?
  4. Can the grapefruit diet help you actually lose weight?

***References from the show:

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Aimee-Jean Greenacre is an energetic and passionate holistic health and wellness coach, natural foods chef and conscious lifestyle teacher. She uses real food as the foundation to help her clients, heal, nourish and intuitively connect with their true self, so they can learn to cultivate the correct energy from within, and ultimately help find their path to living a healthy and purposeful life.

“Once people shift the way they eat, this changes the way they think, and in result this leads to people changing the way they live their life - full of clarity, vibrant energy, purpose and passion”

Aimee is best known for her work as an international wellness chef, and specialises in working with clients 1:1 to design holistic nutrition programs. Her eclectic style of cooking has been influenced by her wide culinary experience living around the world from Sydney, London, Singapore and now LA.

Aimee has a BA in Psychology, a Certified Holistic Nutrition Coach, Natural foods chef, and a conscious lifestyle consultant.

Follow her on Instagram: @greenshaker

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