So who’s behind this corner of the web?
A mother with over 24 years experience (hey it’s the longest I’ve ever held one position), I spend my days juggling children’s activities, scaling Mt. Foldmore and building online businesses as a social media and blogging strategist. So far I’ve managed to raise 5 children who don’t hate me (yet) with the help of my husband and copious amounts of coffee.
I’ve always had a nagging urge to share all the stuff I have learned about natural health, bio-individual nutrition (yeah I studied a lot in my ‘down’ time as a stay at home mom) and just plain coping with raising a family full of kids who have health challenges due to a handy genetic issues like MTHFR.
In a nutshell having MTHFR and other genetic glitches means we need to eliminate toxins from our food, environment and products to give our bodies the best chance to function as it should. Reducing toxic load (not always easy in this modern world) and taking the right supplements (and eating the right foods) is the basis of living our best life.
After getting tired of family and friends nagging me to start a blog or write a book, about all the ‘stuff’ I have learned about natural health and working with kids I decided to oblige them, hoping that it might help other families who are dealing with the same issues.
Come at Me MTHFR is where you’ll find my ramblings about what I’ve learned, tried and found that works for our family in our quest for health and sanity!
I am passionate about helping others live a better life both at home and in business. I recently moved my business blogging content on over to my Sassy Direct blog – which I run as my ‘day job’ and am busy turning Come at Me MTHFR into my home life hub.
Thanks for visiting,
Just in case you are wondering about my “qualifications”
I’ve got a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Teaching, am a certified health coach through IIN, have a certificate in Bio-Individual Nutrition and am (slowly) completing a Masters in Naturopathy through Avicenna Institute. Other than that I am a rampant researcher and love digging into a good medical study to find ways to better my families health and wellness. So no, I’m not a doctor – that means you should consult your own medical team before making any changes to your wellness routine just because you read it on the internet because that’s the smart thing to do!
The information on this site has not been evaluated by the FDA or the TGA and is not to be taken as medical advice. I am not a doctor and only offer up the personal experience of my family. All material on this website is provided for information only and may not be construed as medical advice or instruction. No action or inaction should be taken based solely on the contents of this website, instead, readers should consult with the appropriate health professional in any matter relating to their health and well-being. Readers who fail to consult with the appropriate health professional assume the risk of any injuries.