Exploring the Food Plan Frontier Workshop

Terri Pinder, ARNP and owner of Intentionally Well, is pleased to announce a five-week program designed to guide you through the process of discovering the foods that harm you and the those that heal you. Exploring the Food Plan Frontier Workshop is for people who are challenged with symptoms including feeling overwhelmed, foggy or tired, struggling with mood, experiencing heart palpitations, anxiety or irregular bowels, unable to sleep soundly or just feeling off and knowing they could feel healthier.

In this clinician-guided workshop participants will receive a medical intake including biometrics, measurements and a personalized supplement plan. It will include in-person learning, one-on-one coaching calls, Facebook Live Q&A sessions, and online learning to make it convenient and ensure success. Topics will range from self-care to macronutrients to guided food reentry.

“Nearly everyone sees some improvement in symptoms when they complete their food plan,” says Pinder. “Proving that all they needed to return to feeling like their old self was to change up the food they were eating.”

Location: The Idea Garden at Pinder’s Nursery, 5500 SW Martin Hwy, Palm City. For more information and to register, call 772-214-1933 or visit IntentionallyWell.com

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