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    Holistic Tips for the Cold/Flu Season


    Interview on-demand: Holistic Tips for the Cold/Flu Season with Rachel Moore, CNP


    The Yvonne Pierre Show welcomes Rachel Moore is a Certified Nutritional Practitioner and missionary. She is currently developing a non-profit organization focused on offering hope and healing through various Holistic practices for restoration of spirit, mind and body.


    Having risen above her own personal challenges and childhood traumas, Moore has opened her home to 17 people (since 1995) to offer support, counsel and hope for a brighter future. Her genuine care and love for others is apparent through her most recent 5mth mission trip to Haiti and in her community where she has been involved with hundreds of youth.


    A recognized and accomplished inspirational speaker, Rachel has presented high content, high quality and high energy talks. Her work has been shared through various mediums and sources of media. As a Nutritionist with a passion for Haiti, Rachel was featured on Television on the Morning LIVE Show. She is currently in the final stages of completing her first book due to be released (Spring 2014)


    Connect with her on LOVE TO LIVE Group Facebook page at


    "Through visiting Haiti and volunteering my time, not ONLY was I able to abandon reservations and fears from my past, I was able to move forward to the extraordinary opportunity that allowed me greater spiritual, emotional and personal growth. Haiti has been one of LIFE's greatest gifts to me." - Rachel Moore


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