Katie Briscoe

Hormone Balancing Holistic Health Coach Family Nutrition Elko

My name is Katie Briscoe.  I am a mother of three (almost 4!) children and married to a Geologist.  We traveled for many years with my husband’s work, and in this time I had babies, pregnancies and toddlers while he worked long hours and odd schedules. In 2013 while I was pregnant with my third child and worried about the energy I would need to care for three children under 4 I changed my typical American diet to real food and then Paleo.  The effects on my energy and happiness were so drastic I dove head first into a natural healthy lifestyle and haven’t looked back. Now five years later, I have decided to formalize my education with a certificate in Health Coaching in order to share what I have expirenced and learned with others to help them better their lives.

Posts by Katie Briscoe

Winter Gummies Nutraphoria

Winter Gummies

Winter can bring about a lot of challenges for our health; colds, flu, lack of vitamin D and on top of it all dry itchy...

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Chia Seeds Nutraphoria

Superfoods!

Superfoods! This is such a fun subject for me. It is just amazing what the right foods can do for your body. I am going...

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Banana Nice Cream Nutraphoria

Sugars; The Good And The Bad

Sugars, which fall under the category of carbohydrates can be a confusing food.  Most of us know sugar in the form of highly refined white...

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