Lauren is the owner/director of Nutrition Energy and combines her experience as a Clinical Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, Certified Sports Dietitian and athlete to lead the Nutrition Energy team. She provides comprehensive nutrition therapy and personalized nutrition planning for individuals. She also travels around New York and the country, leading nutrition clinics and lectures for a variety of small and large groups. MoreLess
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My goal is to educate people about the critical importance of regular colonoscopy exams through my own experiences. The initial productions will be produced this week during my surgery and treatment at Mt Sinai in New York City. Overtime, I will update this cosmos as I engage in a fight against a rare tumor disease that I know today to be low grade appendiceal mucinous neoplasm (LAMN). MoreLess
Expertise: colonosc ...
Location: New York, NY 10024, USA
I want to help others understand the risks involved in taking fluoroquinolone antibiotics. For myself I want to accept the new me as I don't expect to return to the person I once was and I want to be ok with that. Done grieving. MoreLess
Expertise: Fluoroqu ...
Location: Lee's Summit, MO
We believe in designing a life around health and fitness. Our goal is to create a community of individuals who share a passion for fitness and healthy living. We commit to delivering group workouts and bootcamps every Sunday in a safe, high-energy and motivating environment. We are Freestyle Fitness. MoreLess
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I am a young older woman. I am beautiful, inside and out. I have a wonderful husband of 32 years and very accepting, loving friends. I do Kundalini Yoga at least once a week with a great group of like minded, strong people. We have a fabulous instructor who has a wealth of information not only about Kundalini Yoga, but about many subjects ranging from our Earth and how to help it survive to inter-personal relationships. In general I have a great life. I do have emotional and physical problems; depression and generalized anxiety disorder along with hypothyroidism, high blood pressure (controlled by medication), being overweight, and the pain of arthritis, fibromyalgia and scar tissue from way too many surgeries. MoreLess
I am a 73-year-old female who, up until 10 years ago, was pretty healthy. Then came the diagnosis of NTM (MAC). Did the three drug regimen daily for two years and was negative for approximately two years. NTM returned along with COPD, emphysema, Sjogren's and gastrointestinal problems. My pulmonologists want to treat but are leery because of tolerance to the necessary drugs because of my poor physical condition. Every day is a challenge to one degree or another, but I persue. My goal would be to have my health back so I could exercise and again enjoy activities with my friends. I take pride in the fact that I'm always there for friends and try to be an advocate for them should they need me. I love to learn and grow and cram my head full of all the knowledge I can gather! Trying to remain positive is of the utmost importance! MoreLess
I am 53 years old been diagnosed with COPD and emphysema for almost 17 years now I've worked all my life now I can't work I am on disability and I am on oxygen at night I am in the early state 4 four MoreLess
I am working hard to achieve a level of pulmonary health that will allow me to take a few vacations with my husband and enjoy my children and grandchildren.
I love whole food eating; am gluten free, dairy free. I love natural healing and have been under Chiropractic care for over 30 yrs. Get regular massage therapy and now just need to raise my level of activity. MoreLess
Expertise: Whole Fo ...
Location: Albany GA
I am a young filmmaker trying to make her way in New York City. Health wise I definitely need to find ways to get more in shape. But I am proud that I have made it to NYC attending NYU's Film School. MoreLess
I am 73 years old and live alone, but share my home with my wonderful little dog Bogie Riley. What would mean the most to me would be to have my health improve. I was pretty good up until four years ago, then after a surgical procedure, I started going downhill. So, that is my aspiration - to be healthy again and be able to do the things I once did! MoreLess