Domestically Disabled to Holistic Health Coach
For most of my adult life, my fridge contained of a healthy balance of yogurt and beer. I always managed to get invited for dinners or have a significant other that would cook for me. My favorite meal of the day would be dessert (and still is btw). I embraced the Swedish tradition of Fika (coffee and a treat) several times a day. The joke with my friends was that I was “domestically disabled” and really had no business in the kitchen whatsoever. This lifestyle supported me until I was 35 years old and I literally collapsed and fell down a set of stairs during a photo assignment in Kenya.
Turns out you can’t live on coffee, treats and yoghurt for all of eternity. With countless deficiencies, ulcers and an active Epstein Barr infection, I spent three months in bed recovering. Always being curious of alternative medicine, I sought out help with Acupuncture, muscle testing, chiropractic, meditation and nutrition. This was the beginning of my recovery, and now love, for wellness from the inside out.