Libby Wright is our guest on today's episode of The Toxin Terminator podcast. She has twenty years of experience in healthcare in education and has been successfully homeschooling her four children while running her medical practices and a corporate wellness company with her physician husband. She also started her own consulting business for people with long-term chronic and genetic conditions called Revolutionary Joy.
Join us as Libby shares with us her very personal story about how her and her family have been overcome with chronic disease and how it has effected their lives.
Find out about:
· How chronic diseases can effect a person
· Ways to help eliminate toxins to help battle chronic illness
· The MTHFR gene and how it shows differently in people
· The importance of education people and passing down good life choices to your children
· Making positive changes to your diet and the 150 Year rule
· How EMF toxicity can effect you and ways to deal with it
· Battling mental toxins and the power of a positive mindset
· The importance of self care and support networks or groups
“Often times it's not the silver bullet, single diagnosis, it's hit after hit after hit.”
“The thing that you have the least energy for is the thing you probably need to focus on the most.”
“It's all about nourishing you know, not the empty calories.”
“If we don't have our minds under control, it's going to be really hard to win any kind of a battle.”
“We're all actually master meditators: we either meditate on the positive or we meditate on the negative.”
“Happiness is what's going on around us, joy is what's going on within us.”
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