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About Me

FROM 32 FOOD ALLERGIES TO NONE!

I overcame and eliminated a lifetime of severe food allergies using holistic medicines and evidence-based practices.

My #1 best-selling book, NUT JOB: How I Crushed My Food Allergies To Thrive, details my arduous journey over four decades living with over 32 food allergies, asthma, and environmental allergies, and almost dying on the emergency room table four times. Hitting rock bottom in 2008 after my fourth anaphylaxis incident, I felt defeated but lit a fire in my soul to rise up and look at my health in a different way – holistically.  From there, I began a ten-year journey to heal all aspects of my health and my life, and eliminate my food allergies.

In NUT JOB, I share with you, Three To BeTM, the holistic healing program I created that tackles the root cause of health + well-being issues in order to overcome them.

Today, as a certified Integrative Health Coach, I help people all over the world understand the root cause of their health and well-being issues in order to heal them and to thrive in life.

 

“My life with food allergies is about more than just the food I put into my body—it is about my body, mind, spirit, and emotions aligning together to live a life with intent and purpose.”

Sonia
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My Journey

Here are some interesting points about my journey in the emergency room:

04

TIMES IN
ANAPHYLAXIS

18+

TIMES WITH OTHER
FOOD ALLERGY SYMPTOMS

50+

DUE TO ENVIRONMENTAL
ALLERGIES & ASTHMA

04

TIMES IN
ANAPHYLAXIS

18+

TIMES WITH OTHER
FOOD ALLERGY SYMPTOMS

50+

DUE TO ENVIRONMENTAL
ALLERGIES & ASTHMA

04

TIMES IN
ANAPHYLAXIS

18+

TIMES WITH OTHER
FOOD ALLERGY SYMPTOMS

50+

DUE TO ENVIRONMENTAL
ALLERGIES & ASTHMA

The Net Net: I’ve been in the ER way too much!

  • Early Childhood
    Early Childhood

    Playing in a sandbox with friends is what an average 3-year-old should be doing—not being allergic to the sand itself. It was a bite of a yummy peanut butter & jelly sandwich which almost ended my life. I was rushed to the emergency room only to be diagnosed with severe food allergies. Soon thereafter, the icing on my nut-free cake was an asthma diagnosis and severe environmental allergies. My Indian parents had their hands full trying to figure out what life would look like for their first-generation middle child.

  • Teenage Years
    Teenage Years

    Trying to be a typical teenager, I didn’t want my friends knowing about my food allergies for fault of being labeled as weird or uncool. So, I did what anyone in my position may have done: I hid them for years from everyone besides my immediate family to blend in with the crowd. That didn’t always work and during this time I experienced my second anaphylactic incident.

  • Young Adult
    Young Adult

    In college I would experience my third anaphylactic incident due to my food allergies. This one was more severe than the previous, and I truly was over it. I felt the need for change, so moved across the country to California after graduating—hoping that the healthy living on the West Coast would begin to heal me. I slowly began to open up to close friends about my allergies and was blessed with thirteen years of no emergent food allergy incidents, a time-period I named “Lucky 13”, leading up to 2008.

  • Adulthood
    Adulthood

    The year 2008 would become a pivotal one. I experienced my fourth food allergy incident after dining at a restaurant with friends. If I thought the other 3 incidents were bad, I had no idea what was to come. For one year thereafter, I had hives all over my body that were a result of the levels of toxicity in my body. I had officially hit rock bottom which would cause me to feel that I was “doing life wrong.” Feeling lost, and purposeless in my health and in life, I slowly began to walk down a new path that would eventually lead me to finding myself, loving myself, and healing myself of my food allergies once and for all.