The Rebel Health Coach | Helping Corporate Professionals & Entrepreneurs Make Healthy Decisions That Fit Into Their Busy Lifestyles
About This Show
The Rebel Health Coach brings you personal and professional empowerment through healthy living. Suitable for even the busiest of lifestyles, this podcast series equips you with the outlooks and strategies you need to combine success with well being.
Host Thom Underwood introduces you to groundbreaking nourishment and wellness tips, revolutionary fitness routines from leading specialists, and offers practical advice that will bring vast improvements to your life.
The Rebel Health Coach Podcast equips you with the knowledge you need for better performance, better business, and a better you! Tune in now to start the journey.
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Ep. 2 - Tara Gesling: Best-Selling Author on Simple Steps to Prevent & Reverse Illness
Welcome back to the Rebel Health Coach podcast! I’m your host, Thom Underwood. Today I’m speaking with Tara Gesling, Founder of Cultivating Health, LLC and best-selling author of The 180 Degree Wellness Revolution: Simple Steps to Prevent and Reverse Illness. Tara is a woman of many hats. Not only is she an author and an entrepreneur, she is also a Certified Functional Health Practitioner (FDN-P), Certified Integrative Nutrition Coach (CINC) and a Master Gardener in horticulture. “When we’re healthy, we live in ease – when we’re not healthy, we’re living in dis-ease.” Tara’s book, The 180 Degree Wellness Revolution, introduces you to Tara, the resources she found when she was first researching functional health, and translates information about health and wellness from scientific jargon into plain English. “The reason I wrote the book is because I was very, very ill a number of years ago. It was such a difficult journey. I didn’t have information available to me to help me get better, so I had to figure a lot of things out.” Tara started researching health and wellness more than 25 years ago, after she became ill. She developed a neuromuscular and autoimmune disease, which put her in a wheelchair before the age of 30. She had a near-death experience in which her heart stopped, and after that experience she realized her lifestyle and prescriptions were poisoning her. “I never, ever would have thought that that could have happened to me.” People often think of diseases as a part of them (e.g. “I have a stuffy nose”), but Tara acknowledged that her diagnoses were a compilati