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Sara Capece, FMCHC, MBA Health Coach / HealthierOnPurpose.com

Posted: Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:21 pm
by yikes0118
I highly recommend my tele-health coach, Sara Capece. She is a certified and endorsed Functional Medicine Health Coach with the Institute of Functional Medicine, and Bredesen ReCODE Protocol trained. I began working with Sara last summer after learning my apoe4/4 status. My intention was to implement the ReCODE Protocol as a preventative measure. She helped me find a Functional Medicine practitioner in my surrounding area to learn how to implement this complex protocol. I find Sara to be a professional of the highest integrity, compassionate, easy to communicate with, attentive, incredibly resourceful, and a valuable member of my healing team. She’s provided continuous encouragement and support throughout this process. She’s the BEST, and I look forward to every session with her!
~R.H., Oahu, HI
Her website address is: HealthierOnPurpose.com

Re: Sara Capece, FMCHC, MBA Health Coach

Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 12:23 pm
by Julie G
Thank you, Yikes! Sara did her practicum with us & I can add my enthusiastic endorsement. I'm so happy that she's been helpful to you. I'll add her to our wiki list of APOE-aware practitioners.

Re: Sara Capece, FMCHC, MBA Health Coach / HealthierOnPurpose.com

Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 10:18 pm
by c.cat
Aloha, Yikes! My sister moved to Honolulu a few months ago and is interested in connecting with people there. By chance, are you aware of any fellow apoe4s who meet up or would like to do that? She is not on this forum but I can relay any information to her. Mahalo

Re: Sara Capece, FMCHC, MBA Health Coach / HealthierOnPurpose.com

Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2018 7:17 am
by Magda
c.cat wrote:Aloha, Yikes! My sister moved to Honolulu a few months ago and is interested in connecting with people there. By chance, are you aware of any fellow apoe4s who meet up or would like to do that? She is not on this forum but I can relay any information to her. Mahalo


Welcome to the forum Mahalo,
Unfortunately, I do not know anybody in your sister's area, but I would like to encourage you to post your introductory in "Our stories"
viewforum.php?f=2
scroll-down to the bottom and click "New Topic". This way we will get to know you better, and your question will gain more visibility.

For know, I invite you to look around the forum, a great place to start is to explore the PRIMER:
viewtopic.php?f=33&t=1418
The Primer offers comprehensive explanation of the science behind Apoe4 allele, and prioritized, sensible preventative measures.

Please let us know if you have more question.

Be well,
Magda