Wendy Myers, FDN-P, NC, CHHC is an expert in detoxification and minerals.  She is passionate about educating the public on the importance of long term detoxing considering our toxic world.  She healed her own health issues through hair mineral analysis and developed a unique detox and supplement program. Wendy wants to help others do the same.

Wendy founded Liveto110.com to communicate her research to the public in the areas of metal toxicology, detoxification, supplements and nutrition.

Wendy is a functional diagnostic nutritionist and certified holistic health coach in Los Angeles, Ca. She attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York and has a degree in Entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California. She uses Hair Mineral Analysis and other toxic metals testing for the purposes of designing custom Mineral Power detox and supplement programs for her clients around the world.

Wendy hosts the Live to 110 Video Podcast and publishes a weekly article on her blog. She has contributed articles to top health sites around the web and spoke on countless health summits and podcasts.

Wendy’s Mission

Wendy Myers founded Liveto110.com in 2011 to provide her clients and readers with the tools necessary to live a long, healthy, happy life. Wendy Myers centers her philosophy around the understanding that the root cause of disease stems from the accumulation of toxic metals and chemicals in the body and is exacerbated by nutrient and mineral deficiencies.

Her site Liveto110.com empowers you to improve your health through the Modern Paleo diet, Wendy Myers’ Mineral Power program, detoxification and natural treatments for your health conditions. Wendy urges her readers and clients to take responsibility for their own health by learning about healthy diet, lifestyle, detox and alternative treatments for health conditions. She aims to help her clients and readers help themselves and realize their body has self-healing mechanisms. Wendy ultimately wants to help you achieve optimum health, energy and vitality.

Education and Certifications

  • 2003 B.S. Entrepreneurship, University of Southern California
  • 2012 CHHC, Certified Holistic Health Coach, Institute for Integrative Nutrition
  • 2013 Nutritional Balancing using Hair Mineral Analysis Certification – Dr. Lawrence Wilson
  • 2013 Hair Mineral Analysis Certification – Dr. Rick Malter
  • 2015 FDN – Functional Diagnostic Nutrition – Reed Davis
  • 2016 NES Health Practitioner

Wendy’s Story

I wake up every day excited to learn and write about nutrition, share it with my readers through the Live to 110 blog and the Live to 110 Podcast, and teach my clients how to live a healthy and disease free life. Nothing makes me happier than to have a client walk through the door exhausted, depressed and sick, and give them the knowledge to transform themselves into a renewed, healthy person. I am truly blessed to have found my calling. I love what I do.

My interest in nutrition began with the death of my father from esophageal cancer. Intuitively, I knew his chemo, radiation, and ten medications killed him prematurely. I vowed to find out what made him sick, why he died, what role medications played in his demise, and how I could avoid the same fate. The more I learned, the more I realized that all the answers to health do not lie in our medical system. Food and natural healing modalities must be used to compliment advances in modern medicine.

When I began learning about health and nutrition, I was confused and frustrated, much like you probably are now. There was so much conflicting information! Should I do Atkins, Paleo, Mediterranean, the South Beach Diet or go vegetarian? How do you lose weight, apart from starvation? What supplements should I take and which brands are best? Why are most people in the US so sick? Years were spent sorting through the information and finding the best answers to my questions.

What I found were a lot of wrong answers. A lot of information on nutrition is misguided, outdated, and outright lies. Some books I read were merely a pitch for an author’s supplements or were biased toward what diet worked for the author, which will not work for everyone. Many books I read were outdated or neglected to incorporate current research. Many books promoted diets that current research show to be dangerous or unhealthy.

Outrageously, much of the information on health and pharmaceuticals you are fed on CNN or other major news outlets and newspapers is completely false. They do not dare report unbiased information that would cast their advertisers – pharmaceutical companies and food manufacturers – or their products in an unfavorable light. Very little of what you hear in the news can be relied upon.

A surprising amount of research done by major universities is paid for by big biotechs, like Monsanto, pharmaceutical companies or food growers and manufacturers. Not surprisingly, the research results are usually favorable to their funder. It is difficult to decipher if what you are reading is real science conducted by unbiased scientists looking for honest answers.

Whether you’re reading my Live to 110 blog, listening to the Live to 110 Podcast or getting personal health coaching, I promise to the best of my ability that the information presented is factual and does not contain any of the above mentioned problems rife in nutrition reporting.

Here’s to our health! WM