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  • Writer's pictureHannah Burns



Curiosity about those around us can make our relationships with those people strong and more fulfilling, but what about the interpersonal relationship? So often that relationship is the most overlooked out of the bunch, and the person who suffers the most from that ignorance is yourself.

Think about it from the nutrition aspect of your life. Poor energy levels, bad mood, lack of focus...all these pain points can surface because of a nutrition program that is not balanced for your body. When you are curious about your nutrition, asking yourself, “Are the things I am eating (or more likely, not eating) the night before impacting how I feel today? How does fresh, unprocessed food affect my energy levels compared to the over processed junk I keep shoveling into my body? How come I felt like I could conquer the world yesterday, but a good breeze will blow me over today? Taking the time to do a deep dive into nutritional habits can provide the information needed to not only answer those questions, but make positive changes so the answers to those questions lead down a healthy wellness path.

Ripple Changemakers can help discover the humility that it takes for someone to be curious and help cultivate the courageous mindset that is necessary to change things for the good, because when people can experience the joys in life, they are able to feel their best. They can use their expertise in nutritional science and life coaching to enable employees to cultivate a lifestyle that fosters a continuous curiosity into wellness.

Food does not only need to feed the body, but also feed the soul, and that is a recipe for success, no matter which way you slice it.

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