Speaker | Coach | Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner
Tracy is a motivational speaker who is determined to educate women about the effects of stress on their health and what can be done about it. The combined stress of careers and families are resulting in increasing numbers of women with symptoms of fatigue, brain fog, digestive issues, anxiety, etc. and they are struggling to find answers to help resolve their health issues. Tracy is able to simplify the science to present why it is happening and what is required to make improvements in a format that is fun, understandable, impactful, and motivating.
Tracy’s company, Your Health Made Simple, was born out of her own health issues resulting from years and years of stress in her corporate life and being a single mom of two children. She has taken the skills from her 20 years as a mechanical engineer and experience as a project manager and married it with her certification in Functional Diagnostic Nutrition to help women improve the way they live healthy.
What happens when your health gets in the way of your drive to success? Being a Superwoman can produce many benefits for a career such as focus, determination and getting things done but at what cost? Without knowing when to “turn it off,” this go-getter lifestyle can lead to constant stress, burnout and chronic illness. In this action driven session, Tracy, breaks down the challenges and how to survive the Superwoman stress factor. From recognizing the stress signs of Superwoman personalities to simple de-stressing techniques, walk away with a new lease on health, success and stress.
We have an epidemic on our hands when it comes to chronic illness and autoimmune disease and it starts in the whispers from our bodies that we ignore. Wouldn’t it be amazing if women understood the effects of stress and could be proactive in the way they approached their health? Realizing that by putting themselves as their biggest priority, they would be able to have it all and live an amazingly healthy life.
Autoimmune steals time and lives. It is slow to come on and it is easy to reason away the early symptoms. As time goes on, the symptoms get worse and worse. Depression and anxiety become the norm. Fatigue sets in and makes just getting through the day a significant challenge. And all the while, still trying to support their households, raise their children, be a good wife or partner, and climbing the ladder in their career and getting no answers in the medical community. Understanding what causes autoimmune and what healing means in a simple, easy to understand format is the goal of this presentation.