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Kerry M. Pittman, ND is a Los Angeles celebrity naturopath, energy medicine practitioner, and author of The Tequila Diet. She specializes in whole health makeovers at her private Wish U Wellness practice. These wellness transformations blossom after awaking one’s inner healing source by addressing the needs of the body, mind, and spirit. With 15 years of experience, Kerry’s regular clients include writers, producers, performers, lawyers, and entrepreneurs seeking to boost their brain power and focus, address nagging symptoms, aide weight loss, maintain youthfulness, and perform at their best.
Not your “traditional” Naturopath, Kerry shakes up the weight loss world with her book, The Tequila Diet. The idea was born after realizing that the majority of her clients consumed alcohol. Kerry realized that when she drank tequila instead of wine or other alcohols, she noticed a substantial difference in the effect on the body. This began a study of the benefits of alcohol and tequila. Tequila studies lead Kerry to the ancient Mayans of Mesoamerica who possessed a mysterious and remarkably high level of wisdom thousands of years ago and were among the first to produce and consume tequila’s cousin, pulque.
Yes you can have a healthy, spiritual, balanced life and enjoy a glass or two of tequila. In fact, many studies suggest the benefits of moderate alcohol consumption. Tequila in particular has qualities that set it apart when it comes to health and weight loss.
The Tequila Diet does not require the consumption of tequila or alcohol. But if you already drink alcohol, this plan suggests tequila may be a wise choice and shows you how to integrate it in the healthiest, safest, most beneficial way.
As science delves deeper and deeper into the power of natural ancient inspired modalities, we see that many of the “old ways” of living hold great promise for changing the health of ourselves and the planet.
Besides being stellar scientists, architects and cosmologists, the Mayans practiced a lifestyle that enriched wellness. These native cultures spent time “unplugged” in nature, they used plants as medicine, they moved their bodies hiking, gathering and hunting in the sun, they ate real local and organic foods, and they made time for ceremony and fun. They even drank an ancient version of tequila.
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