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.



Macronutrients & Fats




Macronutrients are carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

Fats play a critical role in the body, but they need to be the right kind of fats. And
adrenals work much better when fed the right fats.

● Fats are an energy reserve.
● Fats provide essential fatty acids (EFA).
● Fats carry fat-soluble nutrients.
● Fats add to the texture and flavor of foods.

Monounsaturated fat (MUFAs)
MUFA’S improves blood cholesterol levels by lowering LDL levels in your blood, which
can decrease your risk of heart disease and they provide us with essential nutrients -oils that add vitamin E to the diet.
•Oils that contain monounsaturated fats are typically liquid at room temperature
like olive oil. Add avocados, peanut butter, nuts, and seeds to your diet also.

*Avocados are great for anxiety. They contain potassium, and beneficial B
vitamins and hemp oil contains the right balance of 3, 6 & 9 omegas.*
Polyunsaturated fat (PUFAs)

Oils that contain polyunsaturated fats are typically room temperature liquids like
soybean oil, flax oil, and sunflower oil. Add fatty fish to your diets such as salmon,
mackerel, herring, and trout. Nuts and seeds such as walnuts and sunflower
seeds, tofu and soybeans are also good for you. They improve blood cholesterol levels, which can decrease your risk of heart disease.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 Fatty Acids are a type of polyunsaturated fatty acids
that contain EPA & DHA, essential for heart health and they decrease the risk of
arrhythmias (abnormal heartbeats), triglyceride levels and slows the growth rate
of atherosclerotic plaque and lowers blood pressure.

*Inflammation has a significant effect on anxieties and brain health. Omega-3 fats
have been shown to decrease anxiety, inflammation and help cortisol and
adrenaline from spiking. Adrenal fatigue increases inflammation, so including
good fats on a daily basis is a great way to reduce it.*

Essential Fatty Acids also…
•Slow digestion by slowing down the rate of which the stomach empties
•Slows carbohydrate digestion and therefore blood sugar spikes
•Decreases insulin resistance
•Boosts metabolism
•Increase fat and Cholesterol Metabolism
•Reduces inflammation
•Helps depression