Hi, I'm Kenda, a Natural Health Consultant.
I provide guidance, support, education and resources to help you manage your symptoms naturally, feel better and get on with your life.
In 2010, after I had a cesarean, I began having stomach pain that felt like razor blades in my abdomen.
In addition to the stomach pain, I began to have numerous digestive issues (bloating, gas, constipation, etc). I also had pelvic pain and dysfunction and occasional bladder infection-like symptoms (without having an infection). Plus, my eczema (that had been a mild inconvenience for as long as I can remember) was out of control.
Doctors didn't know what was causing my symptoms or how to help me. Plus, I was unwilling to take conventional medicine anyway as I really dislike putting bandages on problems. I was unwilling to live with the pain, frustration and embarrassment as well.
My Healing Journey
In 2012-13, I was referred to an Acupuncturist. After having a test called a Meridian Stress Assessment, we discovered that I was intolerant to refined sugar, cow’s milk, lactose, yeast and wheat. Ugh!
She also suggested that I likely had a condition called Leaky Gut Syndrome, so she referred me to a Naturopath. My Naturopath asked me to do an elimination diet (to remove problem foods from my diet to discern exactly which foods were causing symptoms). She also put me on probiotics, gave me an herbal remedy for Candidiasis (yeast overgrowth) and suggested I try the paleo diet or the GAPS diet. I opted for the paleo diet.
When I gave up the foods causing my symptoms and pain, most of my symptoms disappeared, plus I lost a ton of weight! When I gave up refined sugar, I lost 10 lbs. When I gave up wheat, I lost another 10 lbs. I lost a total of 20 lbs just by giving up foods that were making me sick anyway.
But I still had pelvic pain and dysfunction. So, my Naturopath sent me to have a consultation with a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist. I had 4 appointments with the Physiotherapist, I learned some very helpful pelvic exercises and I ceased having pelvic pain. The pelvic dysfunction and bladder symptoms disappeared as well.
Giving up certain foods was a great challenge for me, but after accepting this way of life, eliminating my symptoms and regaining my health, I wouldn't return to that way of life and I certainly don't regret it.
What's in it for you? How will this benefit you? What will you get when you book a session or a package? Together we will:
Discuss your health concerns and goals and create a plan that suits your needs.
Explore the best resources to help with your particular situation.
Discover the next best step for you on your healing journey.
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"I cannot thank my Higher Power enough because of the sweetest, kindest red-headed lady named Mrs. Kenda Mogford.
Kenda and I discussed what was going on in my life. She got it. She understands people. She knew I couldn’t consider doing much of anything. She asked me to consider starting with a Meridian Stress Assessment. After some searching, I was united with a woman who led me to my Naturopath, Dr. Holly.
Wow! What a journey! Kenda helped me with direction and great ideas for food substitutions. I am asking Kenda to continue this path with me as my coach. Kenda has been a Godsend to me.
I felt in speaking with both these women (Kenda and Dr. Holly) that I was not crazy and that I had serious conditions that were causing me to feel as I did. I cried after talking to them both. They are both gentle and teach you that a new lifestyle and healing through nature is a slower process.
Eternally grateful to Kenda Mogford – you gave me hope, life and I have a peek of joy in my heart. Thank you Kenda."
Book a 15-20 minute consultation so we can get to know each other before you commit. Can I help you with your particular situation? Are we a good fit to work together? Let's find out.
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