BirgitFriederich

Certified WILDFIT Coach
Location: Germany
Languages I Speak: English, German

About Birgit

I truly believe that ‘Living Health’ is possible!

I help people to create a new consciousness of their relationship with food and health, to gain new confidence by getting out of the sugar cycle and getting their energy back.

I am from Munich, Germany, and have lived in many different places. One of the places that impacted me the most were Lausanne, Switzerland, and Los Angeles where I lived for many years.

My first passion is design, and my second one has always been people and their true health. One of the most beautiful moments of my life was when my daughter was born. Unfortunately, only a few days after her birth, I encountered some severe health issues. For the next 15 years, I spend a lot of time trying to regain my health back. I became a healthcare practitioner, a trauma therapist and learned a lot about different healing methods. I lived as a vegetarian and a vegan. I tried metabolic balance, keto, low carb, you name it. I am truly grateful for everything I experienced and learned on this journey.

When I discovered WILDFIT, I finally found an answer to how we are really supposed to nourish our bodies. Finally, after 15 years, I was back on track. I was able to reduce my thyroid medicine, the antibodies of my Hashimoto went down, I slept like a baby and felt great again.

As a working mom, I know what it is like to juggle 5 million things at once. In my opinion, the basis of one’s sanity is to get their food and nutrition straight. So many problems and health issues vanish once we give our bodies what they truly need.

I love to help people to regain their health and energy back. WILDFIT is the best way I have ever found to do that. ‘Living Health’ is possible!

Let’s find out together how you can experience true food freedom!

Upcoming WILDFIT Classes

Class 1: May 3, 2021
Class 2: September 20, 2021
Contact me for 1-on-1 coaching.

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Health is much more dependent on our habits and nutrition than on medicine. (John Lubbock)

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