Meet Us

Sherie Julian

Sherie’s first career choice was that of a Cosmetologist as it allowed her to be creative.  She enjoyed doing hair and nails for many women in town however; she never considered that the chemicals she was using could be harmful to her health.  After years of working with these chemicals in a space that was not well ventilated, she began experiencing symptoms.  One area it affected was her ability to conceive.  


She thought she had finally and successfully conceived only to find out it was a tubal pregnancy and was rushed into surgery.  Unbeknownst to her, she contracted an antibiotic-resistant staph infection which affected many of her internal organs.  Doctors didn’t have many options for her.  She went on medications which gave her side effects that didn’t make her feel well, resulting in a quest to regain her health.  She found the answers in Clinical Nutrition and Nutrition Response Testing®. 


Today, she and her husband have two beautiful children and by the grace of God, restored health.  


Sherie is a Counselor and Educator for Enriching Gifts International.  Sherie has a degree from Trinity College of Nutritional Health, and has taken Clinical Applications from the center of  

Hope Training Junction in Rochester, New York, as well as many advanced courses in nutrition and applied acupressure kinesiology.


"I have witnessed the body's amazing ability to heal and repair itself from illness or injury - especially when you give it what it needs to do its job. If a person has a health condition that is not healing, there must be a barrier to healing.  That's what has to be identified, and then the body has to be supported to overcome that barrier to healing.  No matter what supplements you take or healing methods you try, if you don't identify and remove the barriers to healing you can't reach your health potential.  Typical barriers to healing include a weak immune system, allergies and the effects of toxic chemicals and metals in the body.  There are others too, and in our office you identify these and remove them.  People are usually amazed at how fast the healing starts with just a few key changes in their lives."

Tashenna Meyer

Health has been a passion for Tashenna as long as she can remember.  She was first CPR certified by the age of 10, and a CNA by the age of 18.  By the age of 23, she and her husband started to study food and questions came up such as: What is really healthy and safe for the body?  What does the body really need?  What is poison to the body?  


About a year later they found out they were expecting and wanted to make all the right choices for their child's sake.  As parents, you always want what is best for your children, right?  That officially drove all Tashenna's attention, research, and studies as to what was safe, natural, and best for everyone.    


She and her husband now have two beautiful children, a 6 year old daughter and a 4 year old son.  However, her son was diagnosed with celiac.  With their son's autoimmune disease to wheat, they have struggled with his immune system, digestive track, the health of his teeth, etc. It has been quite a challenge for them with a lot of new questions: What do you feed him?  How do you get him healthier and stronger?  


By early 2013, they found Nutrition Response Testing®.  It changed their family's life, especially their son's.  They were so impressed, that Teshenna had to become a practitioner of Nutrition  

Response TestingSM.  She is a Certified Health Coach and has been utilizing Nutrition Response Testing® since the beginning of 2014.  


"Helping to teach people how to take charge of their own lives, health and well being both safely and naturally is what I love to do.   I feel that I have finally found my niche in life, what I have been put here to do!"