Event and Nuritional Packages

As I am sitting here working on my presentation for the Full Body Health and Fitness Event, I have felt the need to revamp my pages since I’ll be talking more in depth about what natural healing can do for you!


Victoria LeDuc (left) ~~ Marie Combs (right)

Kalen PocaterraKaylen Pocaterra

The next event I will be speaking at is Full Body Health and Fitness at UNM-LA! My event coordinator Kaylen Pocaterra has been so awesome in setting this up! She is such a doll and a great photographer too:) Visit Kaylen’s page for more information on what she offers.


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The Giveaways!


1 Free Reiki or Nutrition Session with Tiger’s Eye Healing – Victoria Leduc 

Second Prize is a gift bag of 5 free 3 oz. body butter’s

1 Free Acupuncture Session with White Crane Acupuncture –  Marie Combs

1 Free ABLE Abs Session with Fitness Hardware NM / ABLE – Sarah Downs and NIk Allen.

1 Free ABLE Introduction Session with CrossFit Los Alamos Instructor Ang Hernandez

2 Free Kettle Bell Session with Susan Budlong


All of the information on this event is getting posted on our Facebook Page Full Body Health and Fitness.

Stay tuned… And check in often…



Excessive stress can come from many sources. Nutritional deficiencies are a substantial common factor. Our bodies thrive when we get the essential nutrients we need, like B vitamins, Vitamins A, C and E, Magnesium, Zinc, and other trace elements. When we are under high amounts of stress, our bodies need more of these nutrients. Diets low in protein and high in processed carbohydrates may also create deficiencies. The Standard American Diet is both high in processed carbs and sugar and lower in quality fats and protein which leads to a lack of micronutrients.


Eating a healthy, balanced diet prevents weight gain, lowers our risk for diet-related illnesses, and gives us the energy to have a full and rewarding life. Taking preventive care to keep our adrenals healthy is a great place to start. The benefits of Nutritional Coaching helps in facilitating nutritional lifestyle changes, rather than encouraging diets and allows people to heal through nutrition. If you have adrenal fatigue or feel like you are in the beginning stages of adrenal fatigue I can help.



In eight weeks you will discover new ways to heal fatigue and take better care of yourself and your body through nutritional lifestyle changes. You will also get energy healing for stress. Plus you will get a free book that describes the foods you need to eat and the foods you need to eliminate along with 2 healthy sweet treat recipes.

Consults vary with clients needs. I.e. Many clients only need help in facilitating nutritional changes, others may need extra support with energy work… I am available for consultations online and in person.



Foods to Avoid For Adrenal Fatigue

Signs of adrenal fatigue

Foods to Avoid For Adrenal Fatigue

White sugar
White flour
Fried food
Processed food
Fast food
Artificial sweeteners

Gluten: Gluten intolerance and food allergies run hand in hand with adrenal
fatigue. You may want to try an elimination diet to figure out what foods are
stressing out your system. Eliminating foods from your diet doesn’t have to be hard, start with the foods you can live without and go from there.

Caffeine: No one wants to hear this but getting off caffeine could be one of the
healthiest things you do for your adrenals. Try drinking a big glass of water first
thing in the morning to flush out your body of toxins, drink an energizing
smoothie, some green tea, or white tea. Try tricking your brain buy drinking Crio Bru Ghana roasted cacao beans or something similar. (It works for me.) Crio Bru is packed full of antioxidants, has a similar consistency to coffee and not nearly as much caffeine in it. The French Roast is my favorite.


*Food for thought. Have your Dr. Check your DHEA levels. The hormone DHEA
plays an essential role in keeping your adrenals functioning correctly.*