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Gabrielle Welch

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Welch Wellness, founded by Gabrielle Welch, educates, supports and inspires women and children to help prevent disease and embrace a life of wellness through nutrition, green living and life balance. Gabrielle’s passion is to empower moms like herself with the knowledge to make better choices when it comes to cooking, buying groceries, choosing natural products for their home and their families and especially eating on- the- go.
Most of Gabrielle’s clients are busy moms, who know they are not doing all they can for their family’s health and seek help from an expert who can give them guidance and support to achieve their goals. Welch Wellness’ Real Food Family Balance System helps busy moms get their kids off junk food and make healthy eating easy, convenient and fun. The Simple Green Living program teaches moms how to avoid and eliminate toxins that go in, on and surround their children’s bodies to help prevent and reduce allergies, asthma and other increasingly common childhood epidemics.
Gabrielle is a Certified Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has a Nutritional Consultant degree from The Global College of Natural Medicine as well as an MBA from Baylor University. Gabrielle is a well- known public speaker and author of The Pizza Trap.  She has also been a regular guest of Channel 11’s Great Day Houston with Deborah Duncan, as their nutritional expert on the show, as well as appearing often on The Live Well Network ‘s “Deals” (ABC).
Articles by Gabrielle Welch
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LEARN TO HAVE JUST ONE

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A food’s expiration date is a good indication of how processed it is. If your food takes years to
expire, it’s probably full of preservatives and artificial ingredients. Fresh produce, on the other hand, takes just days or weeks to meet its demise.

Pick up good health this week by choosing foods that go bad. Start this Monday by selecting some
recipes that include fresh foods. If you have a plan you’ll be able to enjoy your ingredients while
they’re fresh!

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