Ep. 70- Reducing Joint Pain Naturally | Jane Hogan

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“I’m educating people on how to heal joint pain naturally, and this is what I love to do.”

-Jane Hogan

Jane Hogan, "The Wellness Engineer," blends science and spirituality to help people release joint pain by naturally letting go of inflammatory foods, thoughts and feelings so they can become the most magnificent version of themselves.Her personal experience of overcoming crippling rheumatoid arthritis using natural solutions inspired her to leave a nearly 30-year engineering career and become a Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach. Through Jane Hogan Health, Jane applies her engineering problem-solving skills to help others build a solid foundation of mind-body wellness and design their own unique path back to strength, vitality and freedom. Jane is the creator of Wonderful Fine: An Anti-Inflammatory Living Membership Program, helping women activate optimal health by intentionally designing a life based on what their own body needs. She is also the host of Wellness By Design, a weekly live show dedicated to helping people intentionally design a life for wellness. Jane has inspired over 150,000 people to take control of their health with natural solutions and has been featured on multiple media outlets. In today’s talk we are focusing on joint pain. You will be surprised to learn some of the causes of joint pain and what we can do to keep our joints healthy.

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Timestamps:

[01:41] Introduction to Jane Hogan

[07:00] Why getting older does NOT have to = joint pain

[07:37] What types of inflammation can we quell with diet change?

[12:11] Spirituality and pain

[18:02] Is joint pain often diffuse or localized?

[25:12] A 3-minute life changing practice

[32:12] Empowerment from victimhood

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