Spoiled Life Wellness Hub Disclaimer
Disclaimers & Background
Spoiled Life Wellness Hub does not diagnose, treat, or cure disease processes. This information is intended to educate and empower you to take control of your own health and wellness. Please discuss any new routines or questions about treatment with your physicians.
We focus on #wellcare, meaning how to help your body perform its job as it is intended to.
Information provided within this wellness hub is derived from 8 years of university education, with externships in Athletic training (UTK) and critical care nursing. I have participated in and published several studies. I have worked as a fitness consultant, critical care nurse, and trauma CRNA. you will hear my background in Exercise Physiology and athletic training come through clearly in my Pantry and Studio recommendations. This unique combination of experience, education, and training have led me here to the creation of this wellness hub and you. Within these pages you will find research driven information that will empower you to invest in your well own care!
Whether you peruse periodically a incorporate a good tip or habit here and there or you hire me as your consultant and fast track to a goal, the information you need to step in the right direction is within.
Spoiled Life is NOT affiliated with Young Living. Spoiled Life website, research, and services are independent and available to anyone; and you are encouraged to share our tools and resources.
After tremendous research and trials I have chosen Young Living to provide my supplements, essential oils, and personal care products because of their consistent testing, transparency, and seed to seal quality. In the last couple of years I have decided to recommend and be a distributor. They are one tool in the box for healthy living.
Referals and Referral Codes
I will always ask for referrals, and will never take a friend or family enrollment from another distributor. Contact us for your own referral code so that I know who you are sending my way, and can say thank you!
About my Research
At the bottom of each blog I often post a few links to get you started on your own research. I have a few sources I use regularly. I start with Google Scholar, Pub Med, and Medline. I look for studies with at least 100 participants (if using people) and solid scientific techniques. I read to see their bias and their errors. (I obviously do not pay any attention to studies funded by parties with financial interest- when disclosed) I love primary sources but they are hard to find. I will always source the CDC and EPA in these types of topics as well. I will note that via the hospital I have subscriptions that allow me to access medical journals that are not available otherwise. I will try to link the articles that are accessible to the public via nih or nib. I will also try to explain the basic physiology and chemistry when applicable!
As mentioned the information and direction provided within this hub is research based, evidence guided, and experience tested.
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