The Rebel Podcast

140. Battling Inflammation with Julie Michelson

You stub your toe or hit your funny bone on the desk, it gets red, swollen, and warm to the touch. That is part of the process that your body launches to repair the damage called inflammation. It’s a natural healing process… so why is it constantly being touted as our enemy? 

In today’s episode, we’re talking to autoimmunity wellness expert, Julie Michelson, about her own journey through chronic inflammation, how she now helps her clients overcome it, and, most importantly, what you, the listener can do today to reduce or eliminate this low-grade chronic inflammation as much as humanly possible.

Julie is a bestselling author, international speaker, and national board-certified functional medicine health coach. She also has her own podcast: Inspired Living with Autoimmunity. She is passionate about helping high achievers who are struggling with inflammation to take control of their symptoms in order to recover their energy, focus, and vitality.




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