Justine Cécile is a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner supporting professional women who are struggling with raging hormones, even when they are on hormone therapy. While working on herself and with clients, Justine discovered that there are three areas in women’s health that are largely ignored; hormonal health as a whole, gut health, and how our mind works with our biology. Realizing that we are responsible for our own health, Justine Cécile brings her personal experience, education and resources together to guide and mentor women to regain control of their health and happiness.
Justine Cécile has spent the last 18 years mastering how to get in-tune with the body and influencing environments to improve health and increase happiness.
She served in the military and worked with refugees, was a university professor, a programmer and managed software development and now has branched out to support women who have put themselves last for most of their lives. Her personal experience with a chronic illness that is poorly understood and her strengths of being able to connect the dots, to communicate complex issues with simplicity and to sincerely connect with others has led her to the path she is on today.
In This Episode You’ll Learn
- What issues Justine can help you with.
- Why weight loss, insomnia, and depression can be caused by hormone imbalances.
- How she can treat you, from anywhere in the world.
- How she eased her fibromyalgia to be nearly symptom free.
Links and Resources for This Episode
- Justine Cecile’s website
- Email Justine at: [email protected]
- Schedule a free Hormone Troubleshooting Session by filling out a health questionnaire.
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