- Diana's Healthy LifestylesNutrition Wellness Coach, Sunrider Group Leader, present
- Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Shuswap Lake General Hospital, Salmon Arm, BC Canada
- Sunrider International, California, USA (as Independent Business Leader)
- CEO, Diana's Healthy Lifestyles
- Wellness Coach, Cravings Coach
Diana Walker - Holistic Health - passionate about Nutrition, Health, Wellness, Photography, Travel and the Internet. I help people go from Craving Junk Food to Craving Healthy Food.... Love drinking Sunrider Calli Tea. Love the beach, yoga, Sunrider, family, friends, travel, swimming. Worked for Dr. Paul Bragg in Hawaii - world-famous Naturopath. I take my knowledge of Nutrition online and provide education and Wellness coaching - helping people get freedom from cravings for sugar, junk food. Sunrider Group Leader, travel to international conventions twice a year. Two sons, and loving family. Son Jesse Walker lives in Grand Caymans... Son Gabe Walker goes to college.
Are cravings running your life? Cravings for sugar, carbs, chocolate, coffee, sodas, and junk food can be overwhelming. Tired? Foggy-brained? Diana Walker gives healthy whole food and natural solutions to regain energy, mental clarity, freedom from cravings.
Sunrider Whole Food, quick and easy, delicious and nutritious. We are alive and we need foods that are alive!!! Exclusive, high-quality whole food, plant-based Sunrider food concentrates, safe for everyone, from babies to grandparents. Quick and easy nutrition provides energy and great mental clarity. More energy, more mental clarity, less cravings for junk food.
- Naturopath Holistic HealthNaturopathy Dr Paul Bragg Student, 1975 - present
- McKay Technical InstituteComputer Programming, 1970 - 1971
Good News! “Cleveland Clinic’s banishment of McDonald’s sets a precedent for all U.S. hospitals,” said Neal Barnard, president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. “Soon, your chances of seeing someone eating a Big Mac or Chicken Nuggets in a hospital food court will be as likely as seeing someone smoking in a waiting room.”