My guest this week on the Curiosity & Consciousness podcast is, Simone Gisondi.
Simone is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Holistic Health Coach, Cell and Tissue Regenerative Detoxification Specialist, as well as Certified Hypnotist. Because everyone’s biochemical and energetic makeup is as unique as a snowflake, Simone uses a personalized, holistic approach, not only to identify imbalances and the root cause of illness and disease but also to address these issues and bring the body systems back into balance on all planes – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
She also works on educating, empowering and involving her clients when building a plan focused on restoring health, wellness and vitality.
Simone’s story is a fascinating one. In her early 30’s she suffered a major stroke, even though her blood work was always exemplary, she didn’t smoke, wasn’t overweight, didn’t have high blood pressure & worked out 5-6 times a week. Her story goes to show how the western model of health, doesn’t allow for the full picture. It’s not all about meeting the numbers & how you look on the outside. She was of the idea that she could ‘eat anything because she could erase all her sins at the gym’!
In the allopathic community, they couldn’t figure out what was wrong with her and she received the same care, medication & protocols that a person with multiple risk factors would have received. After some time she realised she wasn’t getting better so she took things into her own hands. She took accountability for her stroke and began researching other options.
She came across regenerative detoxification which allowed her body to detox, while also regenerating her cells & tissues that were damaged as a result of the stroke. She changed her diet & was surprised at how quickly her body responded. From here she trained & studied this, as well as many other healing modalities.
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