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Yes, And . . . Podcast with Jennifer Whitacre


Jun 5, 2019

Jacquie Nelson Walburn’s life did not start easy. Her mother committed suicide when she was just 1 year old. This resulted in her being bounced around between many family members. Ultimately, she ended up living with her father and an abusive step-mother. These early-childhood traumas led to long-term health implications.

Within a few years of constant verbal and physical abuse from her step-mother, Jacquie became overweight. By 10, she was 50lbs overweight. This added weight caused health implications like arthritis.  The pre-teen years are filled with a lot of self-evaluation. Wise beyond her years, Jacquie knew that she had to make a change and began a low-carb diet at the age of 12. 

Fast forward to age 50, and Jacquie has 5 years to live. She had 15 conditions including kidney & liver disease, diabetes, obesity, eczema, systemic candida, fatigue, & more. Jacquie’s eating habits had fallen back into some of the same patterns of her childhood. She had no idea it was her nutrition that was causing so many of her conditions.

She began her road to recovery through detox. Quickly, her allergies, arthritis, asthma and edema went away. She didn't stop there. She changed her diet and got a life coach. The diet helped her lose 90lbs, reverse diabetes, fatty liver disease, and stage 4 kidney disease.

Now, Jacquie is a 'Health Transformation Engineer'. She designs deliciously effective personal programs to naturally heal the body from the inside out. She believes deeply in the power of perspective and perception. Our perspective of a situation is based on our beliefs about ourselves and others involved. If you change your belief systems, you can change your own reality and change your life!

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**The “Yes, And…” Podcast is not diagnosis, mentoring, advice, therapy, or counseling, and is not a substitute for psychotherapy. Listening to “Yes, And …” does not form a client or business relationship of any kind with Jennifer Whitacre, LLC, or Jennifer L. Gardner, Empowerment Strategist. Neither Jennifer Whitacre, LLC nor Jennifer L. Gardner, Empowerment Strategist are a psychotherapist or counselor.**