Lana Nelson, Author of The Food Codes
With Her Groundbreaking new book, “The Food Codes,” Lana Nelson has put into print a way of living and relating to food that has been desperately needed for as long as people have been around. You don’t have to wonder anymore about what to eat. You don’t have to be pulled this way and that way by the constantly changing ideas of science (and your friends opinions) about what foods are good for you and what foods are not. You can simply ask. In The Food Codes, Lana Nelson makes the abstract idea of communicating with your own subconscious mind simple and concrete. Imagine. Your food needs, what’s good for you and what’s bad for you, are different from my food needs. Everyone is different, and that’s what makes “The Food Codes” so eminently useful. So, you can stop listening to everyone else, change your relationship with food entirely, and start eating what your body really wants and needs. What a concept!
Dr. Bradley NelsonAuthor of "The Emotion Code"
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Dealing with her own issues around food, Lana Nelson, began a journey of discovery that turned into her life’s work. Dealing with chronic pain, fatigue and the garden variety of ailments so many people live with, Lana was determined to find the cause and solution. After years of trial and error, Lana Nelson discovered the solution was as close as her kitchen cabinets and refrigerator… food.
Going from daily pain, to living pain free, Lana was determined to share her message near and far … which she has. Teaching thousands of people every year how to heal themselves with food, Lana is more determined than ever to reach the masses with her message.
As a Certified Emotion and Body Code consultant, Lana has developed one of the easiest techniques on the planet to help anyone discover what foods really are “good for you!” Good for you personally, right now.
Lana has used her technique since the early 90’s and uses emotional clearing and energy healing techniques as well as Quantum Biofeedback Technology.
Lana is also a Licensed Massage Therapist as well as a Reiki Master Teacher who counsels in nutritional, herbal, and homeopathic therapies. Her focus is on individuals, couples and families who struggle with food, health, and emotional problems.
In her spare time, Lana is wife to Dr. Bruce Nelson, mother to 12 adult children and grandmother to 38. She loves to hike and garden and of course, experiment with food. Her newest book, The Food Codes™ will soon be available on Amazon.
The Food Codes is perfect for anyone who wants to tune into their own body rhythms to learn the perfect food for their body type, physical and emotional goals and lifestyle.
Most adults have tried one, two or several diets. Most are based on a cookie cutter approach. One reason cookie cutter diets don’t work is because people are not cookies. Lana Nelson’s, The Food Codes teaches you how to eat without guilt and shame for the rest of your life! The Food Codes also teaches you what your body needs for food at different times, seasons, and when different stresses affect your life.
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