What’s Lurking in Your House?
Are you concerned when you hear stories like water contamination in Flint, MI? Do you have the vague sense you’re being exposed to more than you know? Take a look at the symptoms below to see whether your suspicions are correct.
11 Signs you have too many toxins in your life:
- Stubborn weight gain
- Bad breath
- Headaches, including migraines
- Chronic fatigue
- Sensitivity to scents
- Muscle aches and pains
- Skin reactions or chronic rashes
- Achy joints
Overwhelm often stops us from paying attention to the warning signs the body is giving us until something more serious develops. Instead of waiting until the symptoms have progressed to a more serious diagnosis, you can follow the discomfort back to its source.
If you’re suffering from any of these symptoms, the everyday toxins in your life could very well have put you into toxic overload. In this free Teleseminar you will learn more about which parts of the body correlate with specific symptoms, as well as how to create a healthy environment for you and your family. Not only will you gain solid insight into what could be making you feel lousy, you will receive a list of the Top 10 Most Toxic Products in Your Home. Please join us and make this the start of many healthy years to come.
Wednesday, March 22 | 6:30 p.m. Eastern | Teleclass
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You will also have a chance to ask questions on this teleseminar, so it’s best to attend live if at all possible. The call will be recorded and you’ll have access for a brief time if you’re interested and can’t join us.
A Certified Health Coach specializing in Highly Sensitive Women, Sheryl Turgeon has been helping her clients create amazing health, nutrition and career transitions that inspire them to emerge into healthier, more vibrant and passionate versions of themselves.
She earned her Advanced Certification at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC and is a member of the International Association of Health Coaches. Author of the book, Cravings! Your Guide to Freedom from that Agonizing Urge to Splurge, Sheryl Turgeon began reaching out to others by hosting a Boston radio show and a You Tube/TV program called Living Healthy, as well as writing a monthly health column and articles on health and nutrition for a variety of magazines.