Welcome back to WellSeekers as we continue with part three of our six part series focusing on addiction and recovery. In this series, we’ll share amazing conversations, personal stories, and most importantly solutions; all from a holistic perspective. We’ll not only talk about addiction and treatment, but also topics on how relationships, nutrition, exercise and fun all play into recovery as well for those who struggle and also the ones they love.
On today’s show, we welcome Kelly Miller, Nutritional Therapist and CCAR certified Recovery Coach, as we talk about how nutrition can play a powerful role in recovery from addiction. Kelly shares her own personal story of how she found her passion for helping people in recovery through research and the science of nutrition. We also demystify how proper nutrition can stabilize mood and specifically help with symptoms of Post-Acute-Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS) that sometimes lead to relapse, and how it can help with healing and realizing freedoms from cravings in recovery from addiction.
Join Lucia and Kelly now as they help you Rise and Comeback to a mind and life you love on WellSeekers!
For more information about Kelly, visit her on social @wellnesswarriors.group
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Kelly Miller is a Nutritional Therapist and CCAR certified Recovery Coach who specializes in nutrition for addiction recovery. After years of struggling with food addiction and alcohol dependency she launched a virtual nutrition practice that aims to serve both individuals in recovery, as well as treatment centers and their providers. Kelly developed the PAWS Protocol, a set of nutritional strategies designed to meet the unique needs of individuals in recovery, that aims to improve mood, reduce cravings and prevent relapse. She shares these tools through private coaching, group facilitation and various workshops and seminars. Kelly also sits on the Board of STIGMA, a Denver based non-profit that provides resources for those struggling with addiction, hunger and homelessness. She is passionate about recovery and can’t think of a better way to spend her time, than sharing her lived and learned experience with people who just want to better their lives.