For many of us living without pain and feeling comfortable completely undressed is rare. Many of us attempt many diets either to look good, feel good, heal or to maintain good health and yet many of us also run into confusion as to what is good nutrition or what is best to help with pain or depression or our health or looking good naked.
Most of us also know how feelings, whether of pain or any insecurities of being naked, can affect many areas of our lives and relationships. Billions of dollars a year are spent on multiple therapies, solutions, aesthetics, plastic surgeries, make up, diets, supplements, clothing, you name it. Fear, frustration, feelings of unworthiness, insecurity, struggle, costs can set in. Let me share that there is help. There are answers.
This enlightening,enjoyable, loaded with unbelievable information conversation and interview is with Dr. Debbie Bright. Dr. Debbie is a Chiropractic Physician with a Master’s in Nutrition & Human Performance. She specializes in weight loss via functional medicine and pain relief via functional rehab. She is located in San Diego, California.
If you want to learn Nutrition 101, if you want to look Good Naked and Live Pain-Free, you are going to be very happy to hear this excellent interview. Dr. Debbie is truly an inspiration and so learned. Quite
a refreshing attitude toward healing, health and nutrition. You don’t want to miss this!
To Learn More About Dr. Debbie Bright:
Personal Website: drdebbiebright.com
Dr. Debbie’s Blogs are published with Strength Matters at realstrengthmatters.com
In a nutrition column with Boonville Daily News
You can also look for Dr. Debbie’s new physical and nutritional medicine based podcast that will be available by late fall of 2016 via Stitcher and iTunes.
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