Issue 02 | June 2016
Rachel Kieffer, a.k.a. the Health Nut Girl, graces the cover of the June issue of Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine and featured in our Making A Difference series. This month Reba Linker shares a warm mug of tea with us, Kat Tozier offers creative ways to be productive and the healing power of yoga, Natasha Botkin and Lore Raymond share childhood memories, and social media is on the grill. We have lots of wonderful recipes to share this month, including Tae Lynne’s Grilled Romaine.
Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine was published as a digital magazine from May 2016 to the May/June 2018 issue. The program used to display the publication on the internet was used to design the layout. In converting the digital editions to .pdf format, some of the layout elements were altered and misaligned.
Publisher & Editor
Cynthia (C.K.) Kochis
Making a Difference
One Healthy Choice at a Time with Rachel Kieffer
When do women place themselves on their priority list? Is there a love of self? What are the feelings women have about body-image? These are the three common concerns Rachel Kieffer, certified holistic nutrition and health coach, hears from women all over the world.
I am blessed to call Rachel a dear friend. I have been following her, the Health Nut Girl, on social media for years. She is part of the reason I registered with the…
In Her Words...
Listen to Rachel’s story from her youth and how she immersed herself into the world of helping people through nutrition and educating customers in her parent’s store.
Learn helpful information about her 7-day cleanse, how flexible it is to follow. Which common threads she sees in women all around the world.
Rachel shares why she enjoys going to the farmer’s markets and open markets. She offers her recommendations for making a green smoothie.
“…because when you are motivated by self love, there’s nothing you wouldn’t do to take care of yourself. There’s no effort you wouldn’t take.” -Rachel Kieffer
“It just doesn’t make sense to me to do several things in a mediocre way, wear yourself out and do nothing excellently.” -Katt Tozier