Sandy Campbell holds an M.S in Counseling and Human Relations from Villanova University, and a certificate in holistic nutrition from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Additionally, she spent over ten years working in the corporate environment for Eli Lilly and Company as a Neuroscience Specialty Sales Representative promoting medications for diabetes, ADHD, and depression.
Sandy spent years going from doctor to doctor trying to figure out what was at the root cause of her chronic allergies and stomach discomfort. She was on multiple medications, and felt physically and emotionally drained. Sandy decided that food and other lifestyle factors were at the root cause of her ailments and knew it was time to take her health into her own hands. She changed her way of eating and exercising, and reduced lifestyle stressors. As a result, Sandy was able to wean off of her medications and live life in a much more energized and satisfied fashion.
Sandy decided to become a holistic health counselor because she believes that food changes everything. She believes that no single diet or way of eating works for everyone, and that food truly is the best medicine. As a health counselor, Sandy is a personal advocate for living an energized and passionate life in a way that is flexible, fun, and void of deprivation and discipline. She helps her clients discover food and lifestyle choices that best support them as a unique individual. She fully assists her clients in making lifelong, gradual changes in order to reach their current and future health goals.
Sandy’s passion revolves around helping stressed out clients make better food and lifestyle choices for themselves and their families. She believes that through limiting processed and chemical laden foods, and by adding in more whole foods, that the entire family dynamic can and will change.
Sandy’s Life Renewal Insights
“When I started my journey, I knew that I wasn’t always making the right choices for my family, but I was confused as to WHAT the right decisions WERE. Fast food and junk food advertising confronted me and my children from all angles. So much of the information and dietary advice that I read or watched on television was at the very least, confusing, and at the worst, downright contradictory. I enrolled in the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and by using my training and my family as my first “experiment,” we have found a renewed level of energy and joy by flooding our bodies with more green leafy vegetables and real whole foods.”
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