I interviewed Tina Moody on my HealthyLife.net radio show and it aired last April 27, 2017. During the interview, she shares how prescriptions (prescription drugs) deplete nutrients from your body. Here is a link to the list. SpectraCell confirms that when a person takes prescription drugs or over the counter medication chances are that they can be affecting their nutrient levels.
Moddy is the mother of two awesome young adults when she is not being her author self. Tina is also an integrative psychotherapist, public speaker and co-author of Sweet Relief from the Everyday Narcissist. She believes in spreading the word on the immeasurable value of living a well-balanced, healthy lifestyle. The connection between psychological well-being and physiological experience is undeniable. Attention to both aspects creates a delightful opportunity to live well.
Moody is a graduate of Texas Tech University, Duke Divinity School, Institute for Integrative Nutrition and The Fielding Graduate Institute. She has devoted her professional life to offering supportive guidance and expertise to individuals, couples, and families. She helps those who are confronting obstacles or transitioning to fuller, richer, more fulfilling life. This is important especially if you live with a narcissist. A narcissist is defined to be a person who has an excessive interest in or admiration of themselves and in extreme cases considered a personality disorder.
Tina discloses that each person has a unique blend of attributes that when realized, contributes invaluable gifts to family, friends, community and, perhaps most significantly, themselves. Personal growth, education, authenticity, and respectful living continue to be her guiding motivation. You can buy the book here.