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Friday, November 10, 2017 - 11:30am

Health Coach Gina Van Luven to be Featured on CUTV News Radio




PARK CITY, UTAH, UNITED STATES, November 10, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Every woman knows the challenges of balancing life and work. Too often, women do things out of obligation and feel selfish if they decline. They try to be superwomen, but superwoman doesn’t exist and it’s exhausting trying to keep up.

To find the elusive balance we all seek, we have to know what is right and wrong for ourselves. Ultimately, we need to feel empowered to make decisions and that we have more control over our destiny than we’ve been led to believe. Being empowered gives us a sense of freedom and joy. When you're empowered, you can even take situations that seem negative and use them as a tool to make positive shifts in your life.

Gina Van Luven is a Board-certified Health Coach. As a wellness expert, Gina focuses on empowering others to take control of their own health and well-being.

“I help individuals find their sense of power to regain their health and well-being…especially women” says Gina. “It’s about just bringing joy back into their life again. Ultimately, it's an individual's choice to take on an idea or not. That's empowerment.”

Many people believe it's easy for Gina to be healthy because she's a Health Coach, but it wasn't always that way. Gina grew up with a myriad of health issues, collecting as time went on. However, it wasn’t until her youngest son was diagnosed with chronic ADHD and aggression at age three that her path changed. An incident with her son at school prompted some very significant changes, the most significant being diet.

“Changing our diet changed our lives,” recalls Gina who, in addition to health issues, struggled with childhood trauma of sexual abuse and a transient life.

In a very short period of time, her life started to change. Not only had her son’s ADHD and aggression subsided in just a few weeks, but her own symptoms were disappearing.

“I was off my daily asthma inhaler in three months and my allergies, arthritis, PMS and other symptoms just went away,” recalls Gina. “So the light bulb just went off. If I can do this for myself and my family, imagine what other people could do.”

And so Gina left her corporate job at a Fortune 100 company to go back to school for her coaching certification.

“Soon I was witnessing what seemed to be miracles, but they weren't,” recalls Gina. “They were just people learning how to get back to the fundamental principles of health and well-being. And throughout that process I realized that the diet and lifestyle are only a small piece of it. The big piece is the emotional part: what you think about yourself and others.”

In addition to her work with individuals and small groups, Gina is a highly sought-after motivational speaker for audiences around the globe. “I love the big audiences,” says Gina. “It's a very different energy. I love the challenge of being able to shift someone’s mindset or change the energy in a low-energy space…super exciting!”

Gina is also the best-selling author of Nutrition for Success – How to Maximize Performance in All Areas of Life.

“This book is great for people who are ready to explore improving their overall well-being,” says Gina. “Whether it is your relationships, career, spirituality, diet or lifestyle, your overall well-being depends upon having balance in all these areas.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Gina Van Luven in an interview with Jim Masters on November 14th at 1pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information about Gina’s book, visit http://www.NutritionForSuccess.com.

For more information on Gina Van Luven, visit http://www.ginavanluven.com.

Lou Ceparano
(631) 850-3314
email us here


Sens. Lee, Rubio Release Statement on Senate Tax Plan


WASHINGTON – Sens. Mike Lee (R-UT) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) released the following statement today in response to the Senate Finance Committee unveiling their tax reform proposal:  


"We appreciate all of the work our colleagues have done to draft the Senate tax bill, and the progress for tax reform that it represents. While we are glad to see an increase to the child tax credit, like the House bill, it is simply not enough for working families. 


“We continue to believe that the best way to provide real relief to working families is through a straightforward, significant, and permanent expansion of the child tax credit — preferably doubling the credit to $2,000 per child and expanding its applicability to payroll taxes. The Senate is not going to pass a bill that isn’t clearly pro-family, so we look forward to working with our colleagues to get there.”


An online version of this release can be found here.


Gov. Herbert statement on Veterans Day 2017


SALT LAKE CITY (Nov. 10, 2017) – Gov. Gary R. Herbert issued the following statement on Veterans Day 2017:


On this Veterans Day, I am honored to take a moment to recognize our veterans from across the state who have served and sacrificed for this great nation. Utah is home to over 150,000 veterans dating back to World War II and through our most recent conflicts.


These individuals have proudly worn the uniform at home and abroad. Whether on active-duty, in the Reserve, or the National Guard, veterans are our American heroes and it is our privilege to recognize their service.


We also remember and express our profound gratitude to those who paid the ultimate price in defense of our freedoms. Their efforts and sacrifices will not be forgotten.


Our world remains a dangerous place. It is important to acknowledge and remember those currently serving in harm’s way. Soldiers, airmen, sailors and marines from Utah are deployed across the globe serving our national security interests.


We express our thanks and gratitude to them and to their family members who remain here in Utah with the burden of their absence. To you, our bravest; your sacrifices are valued and appreciated.      


On behalf of Jeanette, myself, and the more than three million people who call Utah home, thank you for your service.