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Interview With Kimberly Fisher


  1. What is the one thing you do daily Kimberly that has the biggest effect on your life?

A set morning routine. It doesn’t happen everyday, but if I can accomplish a couple things on the list, I am happy. The routine involves meditation, a ginger powder shot, lemon water, reading, journaling and hopefully a workout. It sets the mood for the whole day!

Kimberly Fisher

2.What is normally in your fridge?

Organic eggs, avocados, low-carb wraps, almond & coconut milk, organic iced coffee, MCT oil, a can of “emergency” tuna and tons of supplements. I just started using a food delivery service that I love, that focuses only on protein and veggies and tastes amazingly good. You can keep it in the freezer, so you don’t have to worry it going bad, and it saves me from making poor food choices when I have had a long day.

  1. What are your favorite books?

I have so many! The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson, The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida, anything by Tim Ferris, Malcolm Gladwell, Louis Hay, Wayne Dyer and Deepak Chopra. I have been reading Reflections in the Light by Shakti Gawain for years…it is a passage for everyday.


  1. 4. What changes has meditation made in your life?

I used to be very reactionary…I would throw things, yell, and get very upset. I don’t remember the last time I have done either. Meditation changes all that. It has so many benefits to help you live your best life.


  1. What do you like to do to relax or where do you like to go on a holiday?

I am an Aquarius and a big explorer- I will try anything once. I have been to around 50-something countries, and my favorite places are a little off-the-beaten path, where you are a part of nature. I love being on the water, exploring beaches, jungles & Cliffside towns. My favorite places overall have been the Maldives, Iceland and Belize. My wedding in Lake Como was magical. I love the water in Capri, Mexico and Greece and my favorite beaches so far are in Tulum and Anguilla.

To find out more about Kimberly, visit her newly redesigned website at and watch out for her book to be released in March of 2018.


Interview With Kimberly Fisher

  1. Interview With Matthew J Murphy Author Of Remedy

  2. Hi Matthew, thanks for agreeing to do this interview for the readers of I will start off by asking you a few questions about your background and what got you interested in the Natural Health and writing your book 🙂
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    1.What first got you interested in the health and wellness industry? I was forced into it at an early age around nine. Quit abruptly I might add. I was a youngster used to the joys of ice cream, soda, and a Twinkie every day. It seemed as though over night that switched to green noodle spaghetti and similar ilk to a child’s eye as my mother had a major lifestyle change. At that age, changes roll down hill so to speak.

  4. But, that is the best time to have changes placed upon oneself. They are easier to adapt and incorporate at a younger age. Thankfully, these were positive changes. Some children are not so fortunate and have negative changes thrust in their direction.

  5. 2. On your journey is there anything healthwise you would change if you had to do it again? It is hard to say. I am not sure why an autoimmune disorder pops up in some people and not others. The doctors do not have a firm answer either. There are still arguments as to the cause of the illness I had within the medical community. In my case, the illness was a severe case of ulcerative colitis that required hospitalization for eight days as my bleeding could not be stopped.
  6. I did not know about my remedies at the time. I was following doctors prescriptions before I was hospitalized. They just were not working. In hindsight, if I could have changed something it would have been to take more responsibility for my health rather than simply relying on the doctor. The easy way out was to take the pill. Sometimes that is certainly necessary given a patient’s condition and discipline. In my case, I didn’t want to go through the hassle of making trips to the health store, making remedies, or driving out of state to a reputable alternative doctor for a second opinion. I waited until I was at rock bottom before delving into my research.

    Remember, whether it is an illness of the spirit, mind, or body, it is best to seek counsel and help at the very beginning. Later all can be lost.

  7. 3.What tips would you give to our readers when dealing with their health challenges? It can be overwhelming with the amount of plans and suggestions for a person to follow when they are ill. A person may not have success following a certain plan. I would say that is not their fault. They are not a failure. It could be they were not adapting the advice or changes to their situation.
  8. First ask yourself: how are you going to fit these changes into your life or can you? For instance, many people want to quit smoking. But did they ask themselves what smoking means to them? Most smokers go back not just due to stress but also because smoking is such a ritual. Some people are addicted to having something in their hands. The point is, it is not enough just to take something out of your life. You must fill it with something else. Preferably something positive.

    We can all improve our lives but we must first know how we will do that for our own situations. To do so, we need more wisdom. We have plenty of information today but wisdom is knowing how to apply that information best.

    A second tip is what many already know on a certain level. There is a mind/body/spirit connection. Fear, anger, resentment, and condemnation eventually manifest themselves somewhere in the body. So we must get rid of those mentally. I discuss in my book how to overcome these with one of the great mental laws. Yes, there are mental laws just as there are physical laws such as gravity. In my book, I provide the reader two of my own life stories that I overcame as examples. These were extreme situations but I had to overcome them nonetheless in order to completely heal the body.

  9.  Remedy How I Cured The Incurable

  10. Click Here To Buy Matthews Book On Amazon

      4. I loved the title of your book what made you come up with the idea? Thank you. It truly was curing the incurable. It was a miracle in a sense albeit a miracle that took a good deal of effort but I do believe this was the better miracle to have because it provided me with concrete actions others can take on their journey in health.

  1. The doctors, on the other hand, would say I am merely in remission. However, I counter that by noting these same doctors had said my colon could never recover in the first place. I had seven doctors from tell me that I could not overcome my severe digestive disorder without surgery to remove my colon. It was too far gone for repair with medicine although one doctor was willing to give slim chance hope that a biological medicine may help. In desperation, I drove 700 miles to seek out an alternative doctor and even he gave the same dreary diagnosis.

    I chose a different path and followed guidance that I can only say was provided through faith and a strong intuition in the hospital. Some times that strong intuition is the Holy Spirit talking to us. I feel I was guided in my research to find what I dub a “remedy” to heal my condition, not just put it in remission

  2. 5. Are you planning to write any more books in the future? Yes most definitely. I have always had book ideas in me. I just never had the inspiration to get started. It just seemed too daunting of a task. Now that I have gone through the process I am eager to start on my new projects. I have two in the works that should knock your socks off.

Remedy: How I Cured the Incurable is the go-to book for those suffering from IBD, IBS, Ulcerative Colitis, and Crohn’s Disease. It provides an alternative path to overcoming debilitative digestive and autoimmune disorders through bone broth, faith, and alternative remedies.

“My story of faith and the steps I took to combat an illness few ever triumph against will both inspire and enable someone else to live the best life possible, despite what medical experts have told them.”

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Interview With Matthew J Murphy Author Of Remedy

Interview With Adrienne Congleton Fitness,Wellness And Productivity Coach

1.What got you started in your business ?

What got me started in this business is my own poor health as a younger person. I did not connect the health issues I was having to my lifestyle… what I ate and drank… how I moved .After a scary doctor visit that threatened surgery… I was moved to do some research at a health food store before I consented and I never looked back after my changes eradicated the problems.

2. What are your goals for the next three to five years?

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My goals for the next three to five years Is to blog a book and open a wellness center with all things alternative– raw food– juice bar– Meditation– massage– colonics–supplements– and speakers from around the world.

3. What is the hardest decision you have had to make recently?

Saying no to pleasing other people, frees up more time to focus on moving my business forward.

4. What do you, personally, spend most of your time on?

I spend time researching other healing modalities.

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5.What are some strategic goals that you are working towards within the next few weeks?

grow by 5 percent every month.

6. Is there anything you would do different in your business if you had to start all over again?

I would go faster and finish what I started.

7. What are the benefits of becoming a member of your business?

Its a win win get healthier, help others and get paid for things you are probably now doing for free. free 15 minute health coaching consultations available for a limited time.

until April 15, 2016.

Adrienne Congleton Health Coach 973-207-9014 Text(health consultation)


Interview With Adrienne Congleton Fitness,Wellness And Productivity Coach