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Debbie is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Restorative Wellness Practitioner, and Epidemic Answers Health Coach who enjoys helping others find balance and wellness through nutrition utilizing a properly prepared, nutrient-dense, whole food diet. So many people today are developing allergies, immune challenges, blood sugar regulation challenges, depression, anxiety, and many other imbalances. More children are experiencing challenges than ever before. An extensive background in Early Childhood Education and Development helps support and inform her nutritional work with children and families. Let's work together to discover nutrient deficiencies and imbalances that may be impacting your wellness and ways to support homeostasis through nutrition. Join a powerful RESTART class to journey with others to wellness and learn how our food choices impact our health on so many levels. Experience relaxation and improved circulation (and thereby, improved nutrient absorption) with BEMER technology. Explore how Nutritional Therapy can support you on your journey to wellness!

Debbie will be offering 30min mini-sessions to support the non-profit organization PRAI (Pediatric Research and Advocacy Initiative) to bring Stolen Childhood to Los Alamos on April 27th.

Stolen Childhood is an award winning new documentary created in Canada that is being released in the US through screening events, to raise awareness about PANDAS / PANS (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder Associated with Strep / Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome). It is estimated that approximately 1 in 200 children are affected with this illness and many are misdiagnosed for months, sometimes years before getting proper diagnosis and treatment. The challenges and judgement endured by families struggling through this are enormous. Debbies hope in bringing about this awareness is that children affected by this illness can receive prompt diagnosis and treatment, and that there can be more understanding and compassion throughout our community when others are struggling with any kind of mental illness.