Katja Heino

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Katja is an author and chef at the food and wellness blog www.savorylotus.com.  Combining her experiences as a health care professional, home chef, yoga teacher, mama to 2 beautiful daughters, and as a real-food lifestyle researcher, Katja hopes to inspire people to live healthier and more vibrant lives.  Her passion lies in empowering people to take charge of their heath by discovering the beauty of real food and natural remedies.  You can also sign up for her FREE 10 Day Essential Oils E-Course   (http://www.savorylotus.com/free-essential-oils-e-course/)  to learn more about living a healthier and happier life. 

Katrina Love Senn

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Katrina Love Senn is an International yoga teacher, healer and author of the ground-breaking book called 'Losing Weight is a Healing Journey'.

15 years ago, a health crisis set Katrina on the path for deeper answers. Bedridden, she had to be spoon fed back to health by her own Mother. During this time, Katrina learned how to heal her body from within, and also lost over 60 pounds naturally with no diets, deprivation or drugs.

To download the first chapter of Katrina's book for FREE click here now...

 

Erin Williams

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Erin Williams MS CN LMP is the owner of EZ Balance in Boulder, Colorado.  Erin has personally overcome IBS and SIBO and helps her clients expertly navigate through their food allergies and sensitivities.  As an established author, guest-lecturer, consultant, and instructor, Erin has enjoyed sharing her love of natural-health and wellness with people all over the world.  She combines compassion, a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Purdue University, and a Master’s of Science in Nutrition from Bastyr University–using her diverse areas of knowledge and expertise to help her students and clients grow into a more nutritionally-balanced, vitally-vigorous, and physiologically-unified whole.  Connect with Erin on Facebook, through her website or on Skype.

Rebeca Plantier

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Rebeca Plantier is the CEO and co-founder of Fit to Inspire, an online and offline community inspiring women to greater fitness and well-being regardless of their age, shape, size or current fitness level.  Regular features include contributions from fitness instructors, celebrity chefs, bloggers, and thousands of women in our online community.  Fit to Inspire also holds fitness-related events around the United States, offering a fun, non-competitive, supportive environment to all women.  Rebeca is the co-author of “Lessons From France: Eating, Fitness, Family”, an e-guide to the healthy habits of the French, including tips, recipes, and anecdotes to get readers inspired about the moderate (and delicious) approach to healthy living, French style.  A FREE sneak peak is available here.  Sign up for our popular, monthly newsletter here or join us on Facebook and Twitter for some healthy inspiration.

Super Healthy Kids

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Feeding your kids healthy food can be a challenge, but so rewarding!  Amy and Natalie are both nutrition educators who want to make it easier to feed your kids better, in less time, and with less complaint!  We believe focusing on fruits and vegetables is key. Amy and Natalie live in Utah with their families. The food philosophy for Super Healthy Kids is to make fruits and vegetables simple, fun and delicious! 

For kids to develop healthy habits, it's important for them to learn to love a variety of fruits and vegetables, in a variety of ways.  Serving fruits or vegetables in different forms, textures, and temperatures will actually help children develop a mature palate, which is more accepting to a wider variety of new foods.  Don't hesitate to offer fruits and veggies fresh, frozen, dried, canned, juiced, pureed, blended, etc!  Parents should be in the business of training their kids tastes and appetites for real food, rather than a love for a specific vegetable.

We love the focus on fruits and veggies for our kids as a way to teach them healthy habits. Not only does it encourage a positive relationship with food by focusing on what they should be eating, without sending negative food messages that often is accompanied by guilt and shame.