I am passionate about helping others to be the best versions of themselves through nutrition, exercise, and stress management. I have been and continue to be very active physically and mentally as I enjoy retirement with outdoor activities and continuing my lifelong learning.
Congratulations to all the Winners!
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I am from Kenton, a small town in Ohio located about 60 miles northwest of Columbus. As I was about to graduate from chiropractic college I was offered two opportunities to practice in East Tennessee, one in Knoxville and one in Maryville. I took it as a sign that I was meant to be in this area of the country. About two weeks after moving here in 2008 I met the love of my life and we married one year later. I am grateful that I followed the sign. Together, we have three children from my husband’s previous marriage. Aiden isRead more
A special thank you to the November 2015 Volunteers
Foods and Moods: What Quality of Life Do You Choose? Suzi Descourouez, RM, C.Ht What we learned: Realization that foods do affect your mood and can provide energy. Ways we abuse food and what food quality is. Processed sugar is not a healthy choice. Best cheese is without Rennett. Attitude is key, overlook insignificant thoughts; migraines are suppressed anger. Stay calm, create peace of mind and thrive in life. Choose the path you WANT to walk. Stand behind the right to choose healthy foods.
With over 20 programs, from foods and herbs to keeping the brain happy to Hormones and more —CHEO has brought great information to attendees. Here is what people reported they learned.
February 24, 2016 @ 6:30 pm
Rarity Bay Community Center
150 Rarity Bay Pkwy
Vonore, TN 37885
For many years researchers have been investigating how food choices can help prevent some cancers and, when cancer has been diagnosed, how these choices can improve survival. While their work is by no means finished it is a great beginning for understanding the effects food has on our health.
A special thank you to the October 2015 Volunteers
I feel I am a Pilgrim…and when so blessed…a Guide. I began this Journey in 1951…many paths: busboy, Christmas tree trimmer, cattle feeder, restaurant manager, electrician, plumber, heating and cooling technician, energy management system installer/manufacturer, graphic designer, engraver, military enlisted paratrooper, National Guard officer serving thousands in role of Camp Atterbury commander, production liaison and fill-in “actor”, etc. etc…like most Souls, many, many wanderings. After sixty years mostly in Indiana, how did I end up in Tellico Plains a few years ago? Driving down to see my son who moved to Caryville, TN, the Mountains called and here I am.Read more