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Guest Blog: How Intermittent Fasting Gave A Former Leader Of A Popular Diet Program Her Life Back

BWH Note: At Busy Women's Health, we are fueled by the stories and successes of our fellow Busy Women. Today, we are thrilled to have a Guest Blogger share her journey of self-love through Intermittent Fasting. 

Meet Sheri, an Intermittent Faster since 2015, her name may ring a bell or two if you've read any of my IF stories, as she is the person responsible for introducing myself and countless others to this amazing way of life.

Today, Sheri is sharing her unique perspective on Intermittent Fasting as a former member and leader of a popular dieting program.

Carly

Everywhere I look I see people struggling with weight loss and unsure of what program to follow to lose weight.

I see a lot of people convinced that they must count calories/macros/points to lose weight. When I tell them they can let that go and simply count time, they don’t trust me.

People are terrified of letting go of calorie counting or points counting or otherwise trust that fat loss with IF is different than convent…

Citronella Oil, Not Just For Candles

Since Punxsutawney Phil blessed us all with the news of an early spring, I thought I would take a minute to share my love for, IMO, a very underrated YL essential oil. 
Citronella.
Now, when most people hear this word they think of outdoor activities and those pesky mosquitos, hence the popularity of all those citronella scented candles.  
But did you know that’s just the tip of the ice berg and those candles could be doing you more harm than good, considering all the other toxic ingredients you're inhaling? 
Let’s start with animals and how this is so beneficial to them.  Besides the obvious of properly diluted sprays you could make to help keep the blood suckers off, you can also use Citronella to aid in the removal of fleas, ear mites, lice and even mange, just to name a few. It can also aid in the healing from tick bites and the bacteria they leave behind. Pretty impressive, huh?  (Just be sure you are consulting your veterinarian any time you're using oils). This still is on…