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Jeanette Bronee, Path for Life

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Jeanette Bronee, Path for Life

<a href="http://www.pathforlife.com" target="_blank"style="color:#c08434;"><b>Path for Life</a></b> supports people in change and through change. We act as a resource, inspiration and support as you modify your food choices, lifestyle patterns, body-mind perception, and self-nourishment habits. We offer Food and Nourishment Consultations as well as Integrative Mind-Body Therapy. <br><br> <a href="http://www.pathforlife.com" target="_blank"style="color:#c08434;"><b>Jeanette Bronée</a></b> is a Food and Nourishment Consultant, Board certified as a Holistic Health Counselor with the AADP from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in NYC. <br><br> Jeanette shows how to adapt your food and self-nourishment habits to your personal lifestyle. Her Path for Life system uncovers easy ways to take charge of your own health and wellness. She shows how to prevent disease, feel better, and live with more joy. Her goal is to inspire, share her knowledge and personal learning experiences to encourage others in changing their relationship to food and to themselves. <br><br> For more info, please visit <a href="http://www.pathforlife.com" target="_blank"style="color:#c08434;"><b> www.pathforlife.com </a></b>

Stories by Jeanette Bronee, Path for Life

Isn’t it about time that caring about what sustains us is part of our daily awareness and lifestyle, and becomes a constant practice—like...
Someone once told me that you get stressed not from what you’re doing, but from what you don’t get done. I’m not going to tell you...
It’s been years since I had a Valentine’s date. I’m single, so it’s not because I’m married and stopped partaking in...
Did you start dieting after the holidays? Are you already discouraged? You’re not alone. It seems as if companies in the weight loss industry...
We seek agelessness. We search for the miracle cure to stay young. We try to grow wiser, but not older. Old age was once respected as the ultimate...
We are turning another page in time, stepping into a new year, a new season, and a new consciousness, if we make it so. Often, this time is one of...
December is the hardest month to practice self-care. Though it may be arduous, we grow stronger as we keep moving through what is most difficult for...
The roots of nurture—root vegetables and gourds—are stable comfort foods as winter approaches. We no longer crave the cooling fruits of...
I saw a movie the other day that could be summed up in one sentence: happiness is only real when shared. It seemed like profound wisdom, and at the...
Fall is the time of year we start feeling the need for more nurture and nourishment, to get our bodies ready for the cold winter ahead. This used to...
As I get closer to forty-five, I’m reflecting on my life—as a career woman, as a woman, as a lover, and a friend. Not to mention, I...
How often do you actually check the labels of foods you buy, including all the little extra words you cannot pronounce? The reality is, shopping...
What exactly is it we hear when a sound bothers us? And why do certain sounds bother us? Yes, those seem like silly questions, but if you think about...
Pass me the berries and the nuts, and the beans, and the broccoli and the ... Almost daily a new study result comes out with the “solution...
As we choose our foods every day, we have a lot of thoughts intertwined with those choices. Most people that I see everyday in my practice come in...

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