Meredith Yardley, the Managing Director of Enrich Your Energy, which provides Be Your Own Best Friend, a holistic offering to help people get out of their own way in reaching their health and lifestyle goals joins eHealth Radio and the Digestive, Health and Personal Development Channels. Meredith discusses the state of your gut and if it is making you look unhealthy.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Meredith Yardley discuss the following:
- How does the state of our gut make us look unhealthy?
- Where does the process of digestion start - where does the 'food journey' begin?
- What does the small intestine do?
- Why is it so important to care for your liver?
- How can you tell if your liver isn't functioning well?
- What are the top four things we can do to help our digestive system be more effective and thereby look healthier?
Meredith is a self confessed 'corporate refugee'. She spent 30 years working in the corporate world for large domestic and global organisations. Her postgraduate studies in Communication Management saw her focus her attentions on internal and external communication, media and public relations until the early 2000's when she moved into the change management space. Finding a job where she could help people adapt to, and adopt, the changes imposed in their working lives was enjoyable, however something was missing.
After marrying in 2010, she left the corporate world and took a year off working to recover from feeling burned out. Having always been interested in nutrition, health, exercise and human motivation, it seemed a logical step to move into the health and wellness field, and help others avoid the burnout resulting from their busy lives.
Embarking on studies in nutrition and health, (including Nutrition Adviser certificates from Sanoviv Medical Institute) Meredith decided to combine that with her knowledge and experience of managing change. The result was the establishment of Enrich Your Energy. Her new program - Be Your Own Best Friend - is a coaching program designed to help people achieve their health and wellbeing goals by helping them discover what is holding them back.
Outside her professional role, she has a love of travel, and enjoys photography, crossword puzzles, exploring the natural environment and connecting with people.