In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, I talk with Brianna Silvio, plant-based fitness and nutrition expert about her redox experience working with Shoshana. That’s right, often even the best educated people in their own industry need coaches. Tony Robbins didn’t get to where he is without mentors, that’s for sure. Brianna shares how the redox line took her health to another level and surprised her in many ways despite her already healthy lifestyle. You’ll love what you hear.
Brianna Silvio is a mama to two babies, a math teacher with a Masters Degree in Math Education, and a beauty and wellness business owner. For the last 15 years, she has been honored to own her own fitness business. She began fitness instruction in college by total accident, that accident became a hobby which then became her passion.
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In this episode we discuss:
- How you found the REDOX supplements
- What changed for her
- How it impacted her life
- Why she knows it’s not always fitness and nutrition alone
Links to things we mentioned:
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Brianna Silvio – Website
Contact Shoshana for more on Redox
Powering Your Redox Potential with Shoshana Chaim – PTP438
Understanding Redox Molecules with Aviva and Dr. Zilia Goreshnik – PTP326
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