Why is Cheryl M Health Muse the perfect person to walk you back to health?
She too had horrible pain that no one understood. She woke up every morning more tired than when she went to bed. She had brain fog and had to have 2-3 cups of coffee to function. Every joint and every muscle in her body hurt. She was in a long terms relationship where her partner was upset that she didn’t want to go out all the time. She was increasingly sensitive to products, perfumes, mascara, under arm deodorant, fabric softener, her cosmetics. She couldn’t clean without getting sick. She hated being sick all the time and just wanted to pull the covers over her head. She was girl interrupted. Most of all, she was frustrated because no one understood.
Her conventional MD ran multiple tests and came back saying nothing was wrong with her, she should seek therapy and she threw steroids at her.
Why would Cheryl take steroids if there was nothing wrong with her. She knew something was very wrong.
She refused a life of pain and pills, turned her business over to her staff and dug in, not even knowing what to look for.
Five years later, she had learned ways to control her stress, eliminated hundreds of toxins from her life, found a functional MD who diagnosed her as having autoimmune disease and….wait for it….Cheryl was back to NO PAIN.
Cheryl began to run into other people who also were having a hard time being heard by their doctor. In the grocery store, in other places where she shopped. At her Chamber of Commerce meetings, everywhere. She decided to go back to school to gain credibility as a health coach. After 5 years of intensive research and helping to heal herself, she knew she could make a difference but she didn’t think her BA in English from Berkeley was enough to convince people that she knew what she was talking about.
So at 67 Cheryl returned to school. At the end of the program, they asked if she would like to write a book, and she knew she had a book waiting to write itself. She started writing in Nov 2016 and finished 400 pages by Jan 2017, After it was published, it has won 14 awards.
Cheryl has spoken at local hospitals and churches, and to business groups. In 18 months she did over 130 podcasts as a guest, She wants to share the information that she discovered to give others with chronic illness hope that they do not need to live a life of pain and pills.
This year, in 2020, she revised her first book to include all chronic illnesses because she now understands that toxic load is at the core of disease. She then continued to write her second book Feeling Good, Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday Life. We don’t live isolated lives and she wanted to share how she still enjoys the company of family and friend and how she travels, what she does for self care. How she affords healthy food. How she eats around 18 food sensitivities. Her functional MD has encouraged her to write the second book because it fills a need for other patients that have chronic illness. Autoimmune disease, cancer and heart disease.
Cheryl included chapters on how to raise healthy children since she is appalled that 53% of our kids have chronic illness. She also has included 6 chapters on how to be a good pet guardian since she lost all 3 of her kitties while she was researching for her own health. I didn’t occur to her until it was too late that toxins were also impacting the lives of our beloved pets.
There were 2 other little books that have been published in the last couple of months. A victory journal and gratitude guide. Cheryl believes that we don’t stop and take time to savor our wins as they occur, we simply move onto the next task, so she is encouraging all to stop and take note. SHe has practiced gratitude every morning now for 3 years, and it sets every day off on a positive note. And, since her cortisol was almost to Addison’s Disease when she got sick, she wrote a desktop guide of 2 minute stress exercises to keep handy throughout the day. Not all stress is toxic, but it becomes chronic when it builds up and topples over the top. By choosing any one of these exercises intermittently throughout the day, she lets the steam off her own stress level and has increased her productivity. They send blood to the brain as a bonus.
In May 2020, Cheryl opened her own publishing company with her husband (who joined her on her get will journey 7 years ago and they married in2015.) Now all of her books are housed in one place. She is filming a local tv show at the community access tv station in Monrovia, CA and her own podcast It Feels Good to Feel Good, Futureproof Your Health debuts on RHG TV/ Voice America.
Her mission is to help America become healthy again and to ditch the toxins. Now in the midst of the pandemic, it is more important than every for her to get her message out to other people who need it. She wants to be a beacon of light to others with chronic illness.
Cheryl does one on one coaching via Zoom or in her office in Monrovia, California. Make an appointment with her today. She wants to “hear” your story, and your first appointment is free. Her new slogan is Give me 90 days, change your lifestyle, improve your health. She has learned that they body wants to heal, we just have to give it the right building blocks so that it can support us.
Cheryl has a BA from UC-Berkeley and is a health coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Cheryl is an award-winning author, international bestseller, health coach, speaker, local tv host and guest podcaster. Her book, “It Feels Good to Feel Good, Learn to Eliminate Toxins, Reduce Inflammation and Feel Great Again” has won 14 awards. She published “Daily Victory Journal- Celebrate Your Daily Wins and Practice Gratitude” and her third book, “Feeling Great, Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday Life”. Cheryl also published a desk top guide to stress with her husband John: “Stress, 2 Minute Exercises to Do Throughout the Day” in April 2020.Cheryl is a sought-after authority on toxins in our lives for summits and has done 17 summits to date. She is a contributor to three books: Ignition: Answer Your Calling (Vol Book 1)and 1 Habit for Women Action Takers: Life Changing Habits from the Happiest Achieving Women on the Planet. and 1 Habit For Success: SmartFem Summit Special Edition all international best sellers.
She is a frequent contributor to Smart Fem Magazine, Success Champion Magazine. Wellness Universe Blog, and Consumer Health Digest and she writes a monthly article for One Red Shoe, a women’s advocate magazine working towards No Spare Women. She also writes a weekly column for her cities Facebook page on health.
Toxins are everywhere impacting our health. “I want to inspire people to discover where the toxins in their life are now and to eliminate them before they get sick and tired of being sick and tired.” She adds, “It’s all about toxic load. Each toxin that is eliminated is one step closer to health.” The toxins are everywhere, in our food, cosmetics, over the counter drugs, cleaning supplies, water, and our heads- chronic stress, lack of sleep, anxiety, toxic relationships and lack of movement. She is hosting her own local TV show on local community access tv beginning in February 2020 and her own podcast on RHG TV/ Voice America starting in May 2020. She is passionate to expose what the toxins are doing to our children because 53% of our children are struggling with a chronic condition, and to help others discover what all these toxins are doing to our pets. She is spreading her message to help people discover why we are so ill and why our health care system is broken, in order to create a better tomorrow.
As a coach, Cheryl specifically works with clients with chronic illness giving them hope and helping them find solutions. Her first session with a client is FREE so that she can “hear” their story. From there she works with the client to find an implement solutions to lose their pain and live a full life again.
She encourages you to listen to your body and to own your own health. She advocates lifestyle changes that each of us can make to “futureproof” our own health. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 626 399 2304.