Healing Stories- Raine Saunders, Tenielle Wheeler and Katie Packwood

Today on Healing Stories Raine Saunders, age 43, Tenielle Wheeler, age 35 and Katie Packwood, age 40  share how they went from illness to health by listening to the nutritional needs of their own bodies.  This isn’t a one size fits all diet plan. To hear how food changed these women’s lives and about the work they are doing to pay it forward.

Listen:   Listen To Their Healing Stories

43 year old, Raine Saunders is a health and nutrition writer and creator of Agriculture Society. www.Agriculturesociety.com is dedicated to sustainable food and farming, traditional foods, eco-friendly living, natural remedies, and food politics. Since 2010 she has been a holistic health coach with an emphasis on the GAPS healing protocol by Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride. Raine is a dedicated mother, wife and activist.  Through her writing and coaching she educates the public on food politics including exposing the marketing ploys of our corporate American food system and reporting on the dangers of GMOs and vaccination. She sings the benefits of raw milk, grass-finished meats and local organic produce to promote personal health and the health of communities.

 

35 year old Tenille Wheeler is a single mother to 4 daughters. After suffering a debilitating aneurism during the birth of her second child she began to put her life back together by first re-learning to crawl and walk and then by responding to the nutritional cry of her body. After a lifetime of malnourishment, Tenille learned to feed herself to heal.  Now she is studying to become a holistic nutritional health coach and her life’s goal is to bring health and happiness to as many people as possible.

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40 year old, Katie Packwood’s hair began falling out 5 years ago. She was diagnosed with autoimmune alopecia and her doctors told her that there was nothing that they could do. Hear how Katie found healing and grew back her hair!

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