Tasha is from Rogersville, PA and she enjoys a healthy lifestyle. She loves the outdoors and most importantly, she loves taking care of her body. She only eats the right food that would maintain her metabolism at the right speed. This is one of her secrets that is why she has got a youthful glow. She loves to exercise and always partner her activities with the right dietary allowance on a daily basis. She believes in a holistic way of eating and managing her lifestyle in general.
She loves organic food and she stays away from junk foods and fast food chains. If you want to be inspired by living healthy, she is the right person to talk to because of her passion for the subject. It is not hard for her to explain things about the right way to lose weight, because it is her lifestyle. This topic is like breathing for her.

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