About Linda Curry
Linda Curry is an author, speaker and teacher simplifying proven health strategies to reclaim health and vitality. Women in their 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, and beyond is Linda’s specialty but works with people of all walks of life. Dedicated to living her best life, Linda assists others to cultivate health through her expertise and natural gifts. Linda is a compassionate lover of animals, the environment, and overall health. She is especially passionate about educating others on the importance of food on our overall health through compassionate, whole food preparation, bringing empowerment and good health to those willing to learn. Linda’s motto, “attaining health one bite at a time,” is achieved through simplifying health protocols. Being healthy doesn’t have to be hard.
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My Health Journey
After moving from Wisconsin to Arizona in 1989, Linda became extremely health-conscious despite the environmental allergies acquired among other health issues. Linda discovered that slowly eliminating certain foods from her diet over time (gluten, dairy, peanuts), gave her a sense of well-being that she desperately yearned for. Personal experience taught her that the food we put in our mouth has a tremendous impact on health and she now dedicates her life to sharing her experience and knowledge with others.
“Let your food be your medicine and
medicine be your food.” – Hippocrates
Making a Difference
Linda spends her time working with individuals who may have health challenges as well as health-conscious individuals that desire direction to figure out their health challenges. She loves to dive into your health picture and come up with protocols to get more balance in your health journey through consultations or coaching.
more advanced cooking instruction and food preparations like such as fermentation, sprouting, soaking, raw-foods, juicing and more. Calling herself a “Practical Chef,” Linda focuses on simplicity for the busy individual as well as individualized, cost-effective food preparation taking a common sense approach to diet.
Linda has dove into health strategies way beyond food as she works with many women over 40 dealing with menopause or perimenopause symptoms such as fatigue, sleep or hormonal issues and of course unwanted weight gain.
After graduating with a bachelors degree from Arizona State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix, Linda dove head first into the fields of nutrition, herbalism, plant-based culinary arts, appeared on ABC morning show as a plant-based chef, authored two recipes books, 4 self-help books, numerous health articles, and worked as a raw food chef at a cancer center in Mesa Arizona. Linda is passionate about the latest health strategies and research and simplifies these protocols for her clients.
Connect With Me
Connect via social media at the links on the top of the page. Questions or comments? Contact me. Find the button to add your email and receive a monthly newsletter including health tips, class information and product specials. And don’t forget to check out current Classes and events held in Mesa, Arizona as well as online video conferencing classes for global access. I look forward to connecting with you. Linda@TrueBalanceWellness.com
Hi Linda!! Your website and information is so good! I am finally understanding the importance of nature’s food, natural remedies, mindfulness, meditation, etc. What is your opinion on intermittent fasting? I think I am post-menopausal but still feeling all the symptoms. 🙁 Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and insights. You are so inspiring.
Hey Lynn! Such a great question. The studies on intermittent fasting show benefits for women post-menopausal but not so much for menstrating women (where hormones are shifting throughout the month). Also, the sweet spot for intermittent fasting in general is around 14 hour fast. The benefits of a longer fast are not significant so I wouldn’t go for the crazy 18 hour fast that some do. I also like to ask clients if they feel their adrenals and blood sugar are healthy. If not, intermittent fasting could negatively affect you. Listen to your body. I think you will find your sweet spot. For me, (still menstrating), I do a 12 hour fast and always have some light protein before working out. Workng out on empty stomach drains my energy/adrenal strength. When that happens, your body can literally eat away at your muscle for a food source. Hope that helps.
Hello Linda, I’m abundantly grateful for the knowledge you possess and provide. I’m traveling back to the desert from orcas island and wanted to take a piece of the southwest back with me. I’m wondering if it’s possibly to harvest creosote this time of year and how to best dry it. Thank you for your time!
Hi Madison. Yes, you can harvest anytime although blooms will be covering the plant soon if they are not already. I still harvest if I need some. Feel free to contact me if you’d like to harvest some here in Mesa. email@example.com