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Autoimmune Energy Boosters & Top Foods To Avoid

Nutritional insights into why energy may be low & easy tips to help incorporate nutrient-dense, energy-boosting foods and habits at home.

Created specifically for women & their families with a rheumatic autoimmune and/or IBD.

RA, JIA, AS, PsA, MCT, Sjogren's, Lupus, Fibro, Crohn's, Colitis

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About Vanessa Bond

Hi, I’m Vanessa Bond, a certified nutritional practitioner, AIP Certified Coach and founder of The BWH Autoimmune Action Plan and Bond With Health.

I'm also the parent of my own autoimmune family - my teen is thriving while she lives with a rare rheumatic condition called CRMO. And I too have had a long history with inflammation and co-morbidities of autoimmune.

It’s my professional and personal experience that research-based nutrition and lifestyle strategies help rebalance the body so parents and kids can find much needed relief from that nagging, low-lying chronic inflammation that drag us down... zapping our much-needed energy.

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That's why I created this free guide - Autoimmune Energy Boosters & Foods To Avoid.

Parents tell me they need help with their energy ... it's hard to show up as the parent they want to be when they're only operating at 50% capacity, or lower!

Sooo... I've broken down the energy-autoimmune connection into the basics. Easy to understand and implement.

I give insights into a few key foods and habits that are known energy-robbers and provide some tips on how to fuel the autoimmune body in a slightly different way, starting with the most important meal of the day... breakfast.

Ready to bond with good health?