Thad is a coach, mentor and certified detox and iridology specialist based in Alabama, but he works with people around the world. He is amazingly kind, very passionate about helping people and generous beyond compare. Growing up in the deep fried south he was raised on all the wrong foods. So he became addicted to food more than he ever knew until he started to work on getting healthier. So he understands what it’s like fighting a food addiction. He spent over 25 years being overweight, almost 300 lbs and suffering with fatigue, sleep apnea, headaches, chronic indigestion, chronic bronchitis, major candida and yeast problems, and feelings of low self esteem. His life changed when he started helping his mom at her health food store. His whole understanding of health was flipped upside down. He learned about herbs, natural beauty care products, supplements and other natural remedies for health. He also learned about the plant based diet and started to experiment with it to help him to lose weight, but it took him 7 years to be able to adopt it fully and not go back to animal products. Then he found out about Dr. Morse in 2010 and started to watch him on Youtube. Thad decided to become a level 1 certified detox specialist in 2014 then finished his level 2 in oct 2018. He has been practicing iridology since he first learned about it in 2014. Today he’s been on his own health journey for over 13 years and has lost over 115 lbs! Now he dedicates his life to helping others learn the art of detox to achieve cellular regeneration and iridology. Thad offers VERY in depth iridology readings, herbal protocols, and longer term coaching packages.
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