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Justin Janoska "On Flexible Dieting, Body Image and Discovering our Truth" on The Blonde Files Podcast with Arielle Lorre #107

In this episode Arielle has a thought-provoking conversation with clinician and founder of The Autoimmune Revolution, Justin Janoska, about topics ranging from body image and it's effect on all areas of our lives; flexible dieting (including counting macros) and it's ramifications; influencers' and social media's role in many people's body dissatisfaction and conversely, what is really at the root of the widespread narcissism on the internet. Justin is truly a trailblazer in his field and his passion and knowledge will have you hooked.

More about Justin

Justin Janoska is a clinician and the founder of The Autoimmune Revolution - an emerging company that guides women in their healing journey to reverse their autoimmune disease and reproductive disorder naturally with specific attention on Hashimoto’s, Lupus, PCOS and Endometriosis. He holds a Master’s degree in Human Nutrition from The University of Bridgeport, but has a very different and unique approach that emphasizes mind-body medicine, including childhood trauma, and early adult stress. Through his work with clients, he helps them acquire a deeper understanding of they got here, supports them to be with their pain and embrace their truth. Justin and his team are committed to revolutionizing how we address and heal autoimmune disease in women.

Discover more about The Autoimmune Revolution here:

http://theautoimmunerevolution.com/

And follow Justin on Instagram here!

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English
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