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Hacking Your Health Live Comes to Chicago

National award-winning entrepreneur and health coach Tiffany Hinton, of GF Mom Certified, is bringing a new style of health event geared toward families looking for a healthier, happier lifestyle to Chicago. Hacking Your Health Live, on July 23 at the Galleria Marchetti, allows consumers to try new products or offerings, as well as build personalized relationships.

       Hinton says, “Knowing that I am helping change the way our communities perceive food allergies and health conditions is the greatest gift. I want others with health challenges to know they are not alone and that there are solutions for their suffering. I want them to feel empowered to love their body again and live a healthy lifestyle free of pain and symptoms.”

       This luxury, boutique-style event creates an immersive environment for health enthusiasts and wellness advocates to learn, experience and connect with brands, practitioners, and others just like them. Topics include the benefits food can have for health and fertility; coping with food allergies and autoimmune disorders; dressing and fashion for health-related issues; urban farming and sustainability practices; and much more.

       The 2019 Hacking Your Health Live Chicago event will feature comedian, writer and “momfluencer” Eunji Kim as the emcee for the evening, as well as nationally recognized influencers Megan McCarthy, Rebecca Borges, Beth Argus, Steve Nanai, Jill Jennings, John Kennedy, Jasmine Jafferali and Saarah Samadani, who will share their personal stories and fresh ideas on how to use nutrition and holistic wellness practices to create optimum health and fertility.

       Hinton is the author of the Amazon bestsellers Gluten Free Mom Certified and Mom Certified Celebrates Heritage. She has written 13 cookbooks and is celebrating the launch of her first lifestyle book and program, Thrive Clean. She is a gluten-free spokesperson throughout the U.S., including the award-winning Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo, now Nourished Festival.


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