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Essentially You Podcast Blog Feature 90

#90: The Essential Art of Self Love with Kim Morrison

When used correctly, essential oils have the power to help you master self-love and gain a deep understanding of how your body needs to be taken care of. At the age of 19, Kim Morrison was exposed to the incredible transformative powers of essential oils and has made it her life’s mission to help others use essential oils to advocate for self-care. A bestselling author, business owner, world record breaker and aromatherapist, Kim is here to provide a fresh perspective on the healing power of essential oils.

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Essentially You Podcast Blog Feature 89

#89: Beat Autoimmune Disease Naturally with Palmer Kippola

After a multiple sclerosis diagnosis at age nineteen, Palmer Kippola was told by half a dozen neurologists that there was nothing she could do for her condition but be put on medication and prepare for life in a wheelchair. Refusing to accept this, but stuck without modern resources like the internet, Palmer started her own 20-year long health discovery and has since reversed the symptoms of her MS by finding her triggers and healing her gut.

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#87: How to Implement Self-Care Practices While Living a Hectic Life with Jennifer Iserloh

Self-care seems to be all over social media these days, but how do you actually implement self-care when living a hectic life? Jennifer Iserloh is here to answer that exact question. A classically trained chef, emotional healer and author of 23 books, Jennifer has a passion for food and helps integrate that into self-care rituals so that you can lead a healthy vibrant lifestyle.

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Essentially You Podcast Blog Feature 86b

#86: The Truth About How Bad Medicine Leave Women Dismissed, Misdiagnosed and Sick with Maya Dusenbery

Chances are at one point or another you have been dismissed, misdiagnosed or not taken seriously when voicing health concerns to your medical practitioner. This is a feeling women know far too often, and it can have a substantial impact on your health and your ability to heal yourself. Maya Dusenbery saw countless women suffering because of the medical communities lack of knowledge, or lack of trust when it came to women’s diseases, and decided to do something about it.

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