Good Health Choices Magazine NZ

A new food PHILOSOPHY

Our bodies might not be able to communicate with us in words to tell us exactly what they need and what changes we should make, but every single day they are sending messages to us about what is going on beneath the surface through feelings, changes and symptoms.

Working as a naturopath in a clinic for years, Jess Blair quickly noticed recurring themes and questions emerging from her clients. Day in and day out, she was seeing people struggling with issues such as unexplained weight gain, difficulty losing weight, exhaustion, hormonal acne and confusion around food choices.

‘FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE, FEELING CRAPPY EVERY SINGLE DAY HAS BECOME THEIR NORMAL’

Feeling good

Knowing how many more people must be dealing with

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