Healing through education, nutrition and exercise instead of medication

Starting right here in the San Jacinto Valley, let’s make lives better !

In July 2017 MyKetoPal  is launching in San Jacinto, California the “Healing Chronic Illness Through Nutrition” workshop series. This 40-Days, 5-sessions program is designed to educate chronically ill individuals on how to combat their health conditions through nutritious whole foods. This program also provides very valuable nutrition information to everyone who is serious about his/her well-being, longevity, and vitality.

Chronic illness touches the lives of many people in our communities across the USA. Chronic illness doesn’t discriminate. It can impact any of us, anytime, anywhere. 1 in 3 people will have experienced firsthand a chronic illness by the time they reach 50 years of age.

Chronic illness affects:

  • Any gender,
  • any socioeconomic background,
  • any family background or lifestyle,
  • any age.

The number of chronically ill is increasing at an alarming rate. Each passing day, more people at an ever younger age are effected from one form of metabolic health complication or another.

When 30% of our family members, children, friends, neighbors and co-workers are affected by chronic illness, we all are.

MyKetoPal  is launching this campaign to help combat metabolic diseases with education, and fundamental changes in our lifestyle, in particular what we eat -real, nutritious whole foods.


Knowledge plays a pivotal role in creating positive outcomes. Knowledge —it can, it will and it does change everything.  It is the first step toward healing.

Creating a caring community that supports people in times of illness, as well as during recovery, is something we can do together. Starting right here in the San Jacinto Valley, let’s make lives better.

June 2017


To read about the “Healing Chronic Illness Through Nutrition” workshop series, to view the curriculum, to enroll, and reserve your spot, please visit  myketopal.com/workshop 

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