Diana J Herrington is the founder and author of Real Food for Life.
Diana is a Greenliving Writer for Care2’s over 34 million members and for a number of local publications (The Edmontonian, Edmonton and Calgary Seniors Newspaper and the Edmonton Woman)
She turned a debilitating health crisis (My Fibromyalgia Story) into a passion for helping others with healthy, sugar free, gluten free, eating and cooking.
After testing and researching every possible healthy therapy on her delicate system she has developed simple powerful principles which she shares in her recent e-books.
I believe the day will come when people will look back and say: Remember when people used to eat stuff that came out of packages that was filled with chemicals? I really do believe that will one day be true. I love inspiring and teaching others about Real Food.“ ~ Diana Herrington
Diana hosts online groups: Healthy Cooking with over 419,000 members and Healthy Living Network with over 427,000 members. Diana’s passion for real food has her writing a series of health-related e-books; two more to be launched in 2014.
Although Diana grew up in Edmonton, Alberta, she has traveled around the world, spending time in India, Japan, China, Tibet, Bali and Europe. While living in England for 19 years; she designed crystal gift ware and started a very successful business, One World Creations Ltd.
Diana is available for consultations about your personal nutrition, helping you tweak your diet for healthy regeneration. You may contact Diana at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, follow Diana on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DancinginLife
Randy Fritz, NC, is editor and geek for Real Food for Life and creator of Vital Health Assessment.
He has been teaching health and personal development principles for over 30 years and has personally helped individuals with with over 10,000 body health assessments.
A certified Nutritional Consultant, Randy travels to teach seminars and workshops throughout North America and Europe. He divides his time between his quiet country retreat in Wildwood, Alberta and his home in Edmonton, Alberta.