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BEAUTY WITHIN

Ivey Leidy exudes wellness, complete with glowing skin, shiny hair, and the seemingly boundless energy required to manage a start-up holistic health business and chase after three young children. As a certified health coach and nutrition expert, Leidy leads a clean lifestyle, prioritizing a plant-forward diet that nourishes her from the inside out. But her journey toward well-being was a hard war fought: As a teen and young adult she battled anorexia and bulimia.

The West Palm Beach resident does not shy away from her past, but rather shares this history and her newfound relationship with food as a source of inspiration for friends and followers. On her blog, Living with Ivey, and corresponding Instagram account, she showcases her passion for simple, quality ingredients in colorful videos and posts. She illustrates, for example, the many ways to transform a humble avocado, lovingly slicing it into spirals or the shape of a rose and sprinkling it with seeds.

Her feed is full of culinary hacks and exercise circuits, but Leidy also dishes out advice, employing a

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