Linda Procopio

Metabolic Balance Coach and Nutrition Consultant

How To Reduce Inflammation the Natural Way

Join our FREE webinar on June 8, 7:30pm to learn how you can reduce inflammation naturally through proper hydration and nutrition to start living a pain-free life.

What you will learn

How lifestyle choices contribute to chronic inflammation in our bodies

Are you living in pain? Always feeling tired?

You may be suffering from chronic inflammation.

Inflammation is our body's natural defense mechanism against infection, illness or injury, However, chronic inflammation can lead to obesity, metabolic resistance and many various illnesses. Join my webinar to learn how to reduce chronic inflammation the natural way.

  • How to measure inflammation
  • Proper hydration
  • Foods to avoid
  • Foods to eat
  • Healthy habits
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WHY JOIN THIS FREE WEBINAR

Exclusive Tips and Tools from an Experienced Nutrition Coach You Won’t See Anywhere Else


What causes inflammation

Inflammation is a natural process that helps your body heal and defend itself from harm.

Learn how short-term inflammation is useful in protecting us from infection, illness or injury.

Chronic Inflammation

Inflammation that lasts weeks, months or even years is dangerous to our health and well being. As a result we often feel pain and constant fatigue on a daily basis.

Sign up for my webinar to learn the dangers of long-term inflammation and how to avoid it.

Hydration and Diet

The good news is that chronic inflammation can be reduced or eliminated the natural way through proper hydration and diet. I spent years researching the topic of inflammation, so you don't have to.

Join us to hear real life success stories from clients.

Tips & Tools

Reducing Inflammation the natural way and forming healthy habits is not as hard as you think.

Let us share with you simple tips to make this process easy so you can start living a pain-free life.

Join Our FREE Webinar

June 8, 2022

7:30 pm

(416) 200-3193
info@livelitebylinda.ca

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