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Meet Marilee Ghelfi


Marilee Ghelfi, RN

Marilee Ghelfi PicMarilee Ghelfi is registered nurse.  She received her nursing degree at Shasta College and Simpson University in Redding, CA.  She also has a fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine and Anti-Aging Regenerative and Functional Medicine (A4M) as a Health Practitioner.

Her focus in the office is to guide and support patients in nutrition and hormone balance.  She also provides facial aesthetics and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) procedures.

Marilee is married to Bob Ghelfi.  They love working and playing together.  They have a blended family of 7 children with grandchildren starting to sprinkle in.  They love to travel and as time allows, you can find them exploring new cities and running trails all over the world.

Their exercise of choice is running, but believe there are lots of options to choose from and encourage everyone to find passion in some type of movement.  Life is better with movement; we are meant to move.

Marilee believes that just as movement is important and we all get to choose the type of movement (exercise) that makes us happy, we also get to choose what goes into our mouth (nutrition).  Food choices can bring us joy or can make us very sick.  She likes to guide patients to figure out what is food doing the breaking, and steer people to finding the food that brings on a good life.

Thought to live by:  Realize that you are in charge and choose well most of the time; be happy.

 

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