Tamara Fuchs is a holistic integrative health coach who works with women over 30 looking for nutritional healing, balance, and living life fully.
Today, one of the greatest health challenges that most people face can be spelled in just five letters: s-u-g-a-r. It’s in almost every processed food that we eat, and also a component of many natural foods, including fruit juices, fruit, and even healthy vegetables like corn and beets. It is a cause of obesity, poor energy, faster aging and a compromised immune system.
Her program is called Wallowa County Quits Sugar. It’s planned to wean participants almost completely off sugar in six weeks. Fuchs will be partnering with another health coach to bring you a supported educational program designed to help you make a lifestyle change to improve your health by cutting back to 6 teaspoons of sugar or less per day.
She runs health programs as Blossom Integrative Health, and holds a Bachelors of Science from Walla Walla University with additional studies at Seattle Pacific University in the fields of Health, Special Education. She completed an integrative health coaching certification program at International Integrative Nutrition in February of 2019.
Fuch’s interest in health has been spawned by her struggle with, and capacity to overcome and heal from multiple serious diseases, including a heart attack, a stroke, cancer, back surgery, multiple auto-immune issues and other health challenges, including a new diagnosis of Carcinoid Neuroendocrine Tumor(s).
The first meeting of the six-week program will be Wednesday, August 21 at 6 p.m. at The Place, behind the Congregational Church in Joseph. Fuchs offers online support in addition to the availability of one-on-one support at the Wednesday evening sessions.
The cost is $20 for individuals or $45 for families, payable at the first session.
For more information, contact Tamara at 541-263-0006, or email@example.com