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Sep 18, 2018

Meg Gaic is a compassionate and empowering Holistic Nutritionist, Acne Specialist & Pilates Instructor. Fusing her love of movement with nutrition allows her clients to gain a deeper degree of health by facilitating the mind-body connection. After struggling with cystic acne for over a decade, she personally understands the complexities of the acne struggle. With a holistic approach that aims to clear ailments from within, she provides an all-encompassing healing process that includes: nutrition, lifestyle, movement and emotional support. She believes the three pillars of health are: mind, body and soul. Most importantly, she works to put the power of health and happiness back into the clients hands.
In This Episode We Discuss:
  • My 10 year journey with acne
  • Common internal imbalances causing acne
  • Top supplements to heal acne
  • Triggering foods to remove 
  • Best lifestyle changes to implement for healing 
  • The psychological toll acne takes and how emotional support is a key part of healing process
  • & a good ol' bonus debate between oils and acids!
Other notes: 
Recommended Skincare Brand: 
Recommended Skin Tightening Product: Signstek Portable High Frequency Facial Massager 

Thank you to this week’s sponsor, Wholly Veggie! 

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