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Author Alexandra Jamieson Offers Healthy Plant-Based Advice On MSN.com

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Feeling sort of gross all the time? Perhaps it has something to do with what’s sitting on your plate.

Author, speaker and holistic health counselor Alexandra Jamieson recently shared some lean, green health tips on MSN.com. The snappy segment was sponsored by Kashi and featured some great ways to upgrade your life!

On the site, Alex discusses her life before healthy eating. She says:

“I was 25-years-old and I felt tired, cranky, foggy and depressed. Every morning was a struggle, my afternoons were often punctuated with migraines, and every evening I crashed into bed totally depleted. I knew I wasn’t supposed to feel this bad, and I didnt want to go on this way. I went to a doctor who wanted to prescribe an antidepressant. I wondered, ‘Is my body lacking Prozac, or is something else going on here?'”

Wanna hear more from Alex? Stop by MSN.com and check out the video!

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