Women Seeking Wellness: Health | Happiness | Motivation | Inspiration | Success
About This Show
Are you a woman who feels not really old, yet not really young-not really sick yet not really well? Most women want MORE in all aspects of their life and this podcast’s goal is to share the real story on how to be well at any age.
Dr. Maj is a Chiropractor, a health & wellness expert, a functional nutritionist and an author, She brings her humor and unique outlook to help you in building the life you truly desire. She has been inspired by the works of Dr. Oz, Brene Brown, Danielle LaPorte, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Dr. Joseph Mercola and Oprah.
Most Recent Episode
112 Marty Wolff | Helping Health Industry Engage Obese People
7 days ago
Marty Wolff discusses his journey, post show, to help people of size find a safe place to move and think well! BIO: Marty Wolff http://chubbywhisperer.com A lifetime of weight-related struggles combined with his experiences on a television reality show gave Marty special insight into the social issues surrounding obesity. He has found a solution for seeing beyond the weight and wants to share it with your audience. In 2006, Marty Wolff was selected to participate in the weight loss reality show on NBC, The Biggest Loser. Marty has taken his experiences from The Biggest Loser and created a new health club concept called Square One for people who, like him, live every day with weight-related struggles. Turn on the cells of your brain, turn on the ability to use fat for fuel and unlock massive energy and focus by quickly getting your body into ketosis! To try a 5 Day Keto OS Experience Pack, go to drmaj.com/keto5day. Notice the difference after just a couple days! To learn more about Dr. Maj, go to drmaj.com/bundle to receive the digital copy of her book & speaker’s books and resources will be delivered right to your inbox. CommunityChiropractic.net drmaj.com
Episodes of This Show
7 days ago
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I have learned so much so early! thank you Dr. Maj!
Date published: 2016-01-12