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A Canadian Celiac Podcast

I was initially nervous when Sue from A Canadian Podcast invited me on, as I am naturally shy. However, I decided to step out of my comfort zone and embrace the opportunity to share our newest venture with the celiac community. Sue was incredibly welcoming and made me feel at ease throughout the interview. We discussed my celiac diagnosis, my passion for natural health and how I came to create BELLY magazine. I found myself opening up and sharing my thoughts and experiences. It was a positive experience that helped me overcome my shyness and gain confidence in sharing my insights with others.


This podcast session felt less like an interview and more like two old friends chatting over a cup of tea! Her genuine interest in my work as a mindful nutritionist and her passion for podcasting made the conversation engaging and enjoyable. I appreciated her attentiveness and the way she guided the discussion, ensuring that it flowed smoothly and provided valuable insights for her listeners.


Being on A Canadian Podcast not only allowed me to share my knowledge with a

wider audience but also helped me grow personally. It pushed me out of my comfort zone and showed me that I am capable of confidently expressing myself. I am grateful for the opportunity and the positive impact it will have on introducing BELLY to the right readers.



 

Meet Jennifer Heard PhD, Nutritionist

Jenn's journey towards a degree in Natural Medicine began with the intention of supporting her young family's health without relying on pharmaceutical interventions. However, it was her own diagnosis of celiac disease in 2014 that truly ignited her passion for nutrition. Recognizing the interconnectedness of physical and mental well-being, Jenn pursued additional education in psychology and mindfulness to enhance her ability to assist her clients. By combining her expertise in Natural Medicine, nutrition, and psychology, Jenn is dedicated to providing comprehensive care for individuals with gastrointestinal autoimmune disorders.

Contact Jenn through her website




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