Julie Michelson is an autoimmunity wellness expert who helps her clients achieve amazing transformations. She works internationally with clients through her remote coaching business, Julie Michelson Coaching.
Julie has gone through her own health struggles and she’s excited to help her clients skip the hardship of figuring it out on their own so they can start living joyful lives of true wellness. To that end, she created the Inspired Living with Autoimmunity Framework to guide clients in making the necessary changes to reduce inflammation and optimize healing.
In today’s episode, Julie will share how to turn your autoimmune condition around and discuss the link between autoimmune conditions and betrayal.
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In This Episode
- Learn how to make simple lifestyle changes to improve your autoimmune condition
- Discover four strategies to heal your autoimmune condition and improve your quality of life
- Understand how and why the environment plays a big role in the rise of autoimmune conditions
“What I have found through working with people with autoimmunity is it’s a really common issue, you know, that there’s such a direct link between betrayal and how our body responds.” [2:57]
“It doesn’t matter what kind [of meditation], it doesn’t matter what your routine looks like. It’s experimenting to find what works for you and being really regular with it.” [11:51]
“Our environment is not supporting our health, this is what’s happening and toxicity plays a really big part of autoimmunity and triggering symptoms. There’s an expression in functional medicine that genetics load the gun, but environment pulls the trigger.” [18:51]
“No matter what your diagnosis or how you feel when you wake up in the morning, you can turn it around. You can heal your body. There are things that you can do to take your power back. You’re not helpless. You’re not stuck. You don’t need to be stuck.” [28:38]
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