Jennifer Kanaan

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After extensive studies in research in Nutrition and Health and a lifetime of struggling with weight issues, I finally came to the conclusion that it is more than what we eat and how much we exercise that affects our weight and health. And after a defining experience in my life, I came to accept that truth and started my personal research in energy healing, alternative medicines and quantum spirituality. It is my hope that, through sharing my journey and experience, I get to reach and inform as many people as possible who are also struggling with their health and well-being.

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In this society, there is always an added pressure to live a certain way in order to be healthy and stay fit. This is seen in fitness models and the other size zero supermodels. This can be very demanding and put a lot of pressure on the average person in order to become the same way. This is, in a way, passive bullying people to get into healthy dieting and lifestyle. People usually lead a very healthy life just from eating what they want and indulging in a few treats once in a while. The key is moderation when eating or in terms of your training routines. It is always about the right balance and to find something that suits each individual.

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