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Ep 22 – Take Charge of Your Immunity with Lucia Tiffany

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Ep 22 – Take Charge of Your Immunity with Lucia Tiffany

November 11, 2020

Ep 22 – Take Charge of Your Immunity with Lucia Tiffany

How do you take charge of your immunity? Is it by?

✔️ Getting enough sleep 😴

✔️ Eating healthy foods 🥗

✔️ detaching stress 😔 in your life

But what else? There’s a lot we can do to influence our immunity, but there is little we can do to take charge of it.

In this episode, Lucia Tiffany a nurse and a certified lifestyle coach discussed how to take charge of your immune system and be empowered to be our best and to be able to serve others.

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To connect with Lucia find her links below:

 The free Infection Risk Assessment at:

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