• Dr. Annmarie Waite

Are you curious about your risk for chronic disease?

Chronic diseases like diabetes, autoimmune disorder, sleep problems, heart disease, cancer, dementia, chronic fatigue, all have something in common and it’s something you may not have heard about. It’s important that you know what this is because it is the precursor to almost all the chronic diseases listed above.

A study conducted in the UK recently revealed that if you have this condition, your risk of being hospitalized with COVID-19 doubles. This condition is called fatty liver disease and you can learn all about it in an upcoming free docu-class that will start on October 6, 2020.


This online class will run for 7 episodes, and 23 experts will talk about the hidden cause of these chronic illnesses, but more importantly, they will discuss how to regenerate and repair your liver naturally.

The liver is responsible for over 500 bodily functions so if your liver is compromised, the function of many other organs will be altered.

Did you know that more than 100 million people have fatty liver disease? The fact is that for most people their liver is functioning at only 10 – 20% of its capability and they don’t even know it.


Here is an opportunity to learn from the experts so you can discover the link between liver disease and chronic disorders. It’s free people… So, save your seat today. Be sure to share this with your loved ones and friends.


https://stopfattyliver.com/?cookieUUID=e400b567-b154-4f0e-8e59-c6b7bc5fa3a7


Auspiciously Yours,

Dr. Annmarie Waite

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Disclaimer: Dr. Waite is a certified health coach trained by the Health Coach Institute who works to achieve “habit change” (adoption of health-enhancing practices) via coaching. As a health coach, she does not diagnose or treat disease, prescribe medication, or perform the functions of clinical occupations. For those things, she recommends that you consult your healthcare provider. We are happy to work with your healthcare provider’s professional guidance to best support your wellbeing.