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Veronica Boulden lost seventy pounds in one year eating whole, clean, healthy foods! She has maintained her weight loss for more than two years now, still eating healthy. Now she is a certified group fitness instructor and health coach. She lives in Waterbury with her husband and three kids.

A Few Simple, Yet Powerful Choices

When entering a disaster zone, the first things relief workers do is make sure people have clean water, food, shelter, rest, etc. because those things are the basic things human beings need to stay alive.  

We have to have enough food, water, air, rest, etc. before we can live, let alone go on to work, produce, create, innovate, enjoy our lives, and reach our full potential.  See Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs below.   

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