A few years ago I had a brain/body crisis.
As I went through my experience, I noticed something I hadn't before...
First and foremost, on a subtle level, there is a conversation happening between the brain and body.
I’ve come to see that for any body-related issue in a woman’s life where she wants to make a change, she needs to tune into this brain - body conversation.
This is what’s been missing! This is why most changes don't last and the primary reason women struggle...especially when it comes to losing weight, brain fog, feeling anxious or moody, addictive behaviors, or the earlier signs of memory loss.
I'm personally inviting you to discover the secrets I uncovered in my quest to solve my own brain/body crisis.
- Dr. Sara Gottfried, M.D.
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