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Lacy Lain, the Functional Medicine Woman
Why Functional Medicine + Holistic Health?
After watching her husband battle leukemia TWICE she found herself on her knees asking the Lord what He had for her next. She knew she wanted to be a part of helping people get and stay healthy. She is so thankful to get to do life with her husband and that he was healed. But there are so many people that need to be, not only educated (properly) but also given tools to be truly helped out of unhealthy lifestyles.
Now she's turned my knack for research, years of studying blood work, and love of holistic health into something more, by the grace of God. He has lit a fire inside of her to help unhealthy women get healthy.
She has Certifications in Functional Medicine Health and Nutrition Coaching, Functional Blood Work Specialist, Menstrual Cycle Tracking & Herbal Medicine, and Holistic Health and Nutrition.
Lacy is an international best-selling author, hosts the podcast: Functional Medicine for Women, mom to 3 amazing kiddos, and loves to sing worship music (in Spanish) in her free time.
She's on her way to becoming a Board Certified Doctor of Functional Medicine (2026 is the Goal!). It's a journey and she's teaching you everything she knows along the way.
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