The Balancing Act Offers Helpful Life Tips
May 14, 2020
Food, Health, and More
Stay tuned for a new episode of The Balancing Act. We’re discussing delicious allergen-free foods, next-generation breast implants, and more.
In the past, women seeking breast implants were forced to choose between saline, which is considered a safe choice, or silicone gel, which offers a more realistic and natural look. However, Ideal Implant Structured Breast Implants feature next-generation technology that offers the benefits of both, so women can feel beautiful and secure.
Nate Fisher’s mother, Julia, struggled growing up with celiac disease. She always said, “I just want to be able to eat like everyone else at the table.” Nate wanted to tackle making great tasting food that is also allergen free. That’s when he and his longtime friend, Linsey Charlton, built a team of expert bakers to create a line of products that are delicious and allergen free. So, Julia’s table™ Pure Foods was born with Nate’s mom, Julia, as the inspiration for the first-ever line of allergen free foods.
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