Welcome to The Rebel Health Tribe Podcast – Episode 31: Kathryn Kos, Writing to Benefit the Masses! Joe will be flying solo on this one as Kathryn and him sink into the realness of life in this reflective podcast. Kathryn will be sharing her past and present that contain sound advice that will serve us all. In this episode, we will touch on the intricate connections between the systems of the body and the way emotions, stress, and lack of sleep can influence health. Childhood and past traumas also seem to pop up a lot in our podcast as a huge piece of the puzzle in solving health issues. Joe shares his opinion of the word “should” and the incredible encouragement that it is okay to put yourself first. We will also be visiting the theme of balance and why it is important to find a middle ground that works for YOU! Sound interesting? Join us and get in on a pact to take time to do more of the things you enjoy – like tuning in to our podcast!
Kathryn is a mama of two boys, a Nutritional Therapist, and a contract writer/social media Community Manager. She does health and nutrition talks locally in Upstate NY, and sees clients for nutritional therapy locally, as well as worldwide via Skype. Kathryn enjoys CrossFit, yoga, cooking, bass fishing, and taking her new puppy to the dog park.
Michael Roesslein, MS, FDN, HLC
One co-founder of Rebel Health Tribe, Michael holds a Masters Degree (MS) in Exercise Science & Health Promotion, is a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, and Certified CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach.
He founded Natural Evolution Holistic Health in 2009, and co-founded Rebel Health Tribe in 2014.
Michael brings plenty of real-life experience into his practice and work, having faced his own internal struggles and health issues over the last decade.
Joe Rignola, FDN, HHP
One co-founder of Rebel Health Tribe, Joe is the author of the best-selling books The Definitive Way to Go Gluten Free and Sow: Planting the Seeds for Health, Well-Being, and a Superhero Life. He has also hosted several successful online-based events, such as the Primal Cooking Workshop!
Joe battled personal health challenges for much of his life; challenges that included severe digestive issues, blood sugar problems, and depression. This led him to seek standard medications for these ailments, which brought along debilitating side affects, and forced him to seek alternative means for his health.
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