Win a Free Mini-Nutrition Consultation!

by Melissa Diane Smith, author of Going Against GMOs

Free Consult Special newSo many people have misunderstandings and questions about genetically modified foods, their risks, and how to avoid them that I’m offering a special promotion through March 13, 2016: Buy a copy of Going Against GMOs (either as an eBook, paperback, or special edition paperback), forward your receipt to me at email hidden; JavaScript is required, and win a FREE 20-minute phone consultation with me! This offer was originally valid only for the first five people who took advantage of it, but I was late advertising the special to my newsletter subscribers, so I have decided to extend the offer to any readers who email me their receipts before March 13th.

This mini-consultation will be a one-on-one with me to answer any general questions you have about GMOs and how to shop and eat non-GMO. You can also use it to ask questions about any other nutrition topics in which I specialize: sugar-free, gluten-free, low-carb, or grain-free eating. It’s a short but concentrated Q&A session to get your burning questions about nutrition answered.

The mini-consultation is not designed to provide personalized nutrition advice about what type of therapeutic diet is best for you based on the symptoms and health conditions you have. I reserve in-depth individualized work with clients for my coaching programs and counseling sessions, such as my Get Started Combo (which consists of my preparation time studying your health conditions medical history, and current diet; an initial hour-long phone consultation; and an hour-long follow-up consultation). If you’re interested in that, here’s a deal to give you extra incentive to sign up and get started: Forward a copy of a receipt from your purchase of Going Against GMOs to email hidden; JavaScript is required and get $20 off the regular price for my Get Started Combo until March 13, 2016.

Copyright 2016 Melissa Diane Smith

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