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As a busy entrepreneur mom, Alyssa understands how difficult it is to make sustainable changes in healthy eating and how it can be challenging to make it happen with the competing demands of life. And once you’re over 40, it’s a whole new ball game, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Alyssa offers events, personalized nutrition and lifestyle services to make the transition through to menopause less confusing and more fun!

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