About Liz

My Story...

A few years ago, I suffered from everyday anxiety. I couldn’t sleep at night, I had a short temper, I always had a cold and was constantly worried and feeling overwhelmed. It wasn’t obvious from the outside, in fact, I actually looked pretty together. However, on the inside I was constantly questioning if I should feel this way. Over the years, I described how I felt to different doctors and they always said I was “fine,“ but I didn’t feel “fine.” There had to be more to life than this.
I decided to take matters into my own hands. I began to learn a great deal about food and the nutritional effects it has on our bodies.  Once I started learning, I couldn’t stop. I read, I listened, I interviewed and I talked to everyone and did everything I could to continue to absorb as much information as possible. It turns out, there are foods that trigger anxiety. This led me to upgrade the way I ate to a whole food-based diet - fruits, veggies and small amounts of high quality meats filled my plate.  I eliminated processed foods from my grocery bag and never looked back.
As my body detoxed from a lifetime of eating processed foods, microwavable quickie meals and foods that I thought were “healthy”, amazing things resulted. I had new-found energy which eliminated my afternoon haze; my chronic acne cleared and that stubborn “almost 40” weight melted off my body. Most importantly, my anxiety quieted immensely. I was calm, clear-headed and focused like never before. I was able to enjoy my life with a whole new perspective.
My family and friends could see the transformation. People began to inquire what I was doing differently and asked me to help them to find their way on their own personal journey to feeling much better. I loved sharing what I learned but it wasn’t enough. I was ready to make a career change and become a health coach.
After significant research, I enrolled myself into a nutrition-based Health Coaching program at The Institute of Integrative Nutrition. The school focuses its teachings on over 100 dietary theories, and the concept of “bio-individuality”, where one person’s food is another person’s poison. When it comes to food, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. 
My experience overcoming everyday anxiety, combined with my education and passion to share what I know, has lead me to you. If my story resonates with you, please reach out and connect with me.

Liz Curran

Break Free from Everyday Anxiety 

Integrative Nutrition Health Coach (INHC) focusing in Nutrition and Anxiety

Certified Radical Remission Workshop Instructor and Health Coach

 Liz@lizcurran.com 215.760.6672       

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