Hello from a new intern!

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Hello from a new intern!

Postby Liko » Thu Jan 25, 2018 4:29 pm

Hello! My name is Kaliko and I’m joining this wonderful community as an intern from the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy. In addition to training as a Functional Medicine Health Coach, my existing work focuses on environmental and health education for children. I have experience supporting family members through chronic illness and have acted as a conservator/guardian for a grandparent with dementia, so hope I can also contribute to supporting the caregivers in the group.

In the last few years, I’ve come to find a lot of hope in the power of epigenetics and lifestyle change for illness prevention and greater health. I’m currently reading Dr. Bredesen’s book and found that many of the recommendations he makes are in line with a lot of my existing health practices/goals and what most people (regardless of ApoE status) should be following.

I’m very grateful to be here and look forward to learning with you all and supporting this community!
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Re: Hello from a new intern!

Postby TheresaB » Thu Jan 25, 2018 5:20 pm

Welcome new intern. Kaliko, love your name. Epigenetics and lifestyle for health, yup you're in the right place. Hope this proves to be a beneficial relationship for you and all of us. Wishing you the best.
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Re: Hello from a new intern!

Postby Jan » Thu Jan 25, 2018 5:47 pm

Wonderful to have you on the site, Kaliko! Love your positive outlook, and so interested in your environmental and health education for children. Start the good processes early. Look forward to your contributions for caregivers.
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Re: Hello from a new intern!

Postby Magda » Fri Jan 26, 2018 5:10 pm

Welcome to the site Kaliko!
It's great to have a new member interested in epigenetics. This is definitely wonderful site to learn about that, and see with your own eyes what impact an environment has on people's life and health.
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