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About Optiderma.com

Optiderma.com is a blog providing well-researched natural skincare and health advice. This website was created by Josephine Beck, Holistic Nutritionist, Certified Nutritional Counsellor and Natural Health Writer.  

About Josephine Beck: Holistic Nutritionist

Initially Josephine Beck created this blog in 2009 to help people relieve skin problems naturally. You’ll find very useful tips on Optiderma.com, especially if you have psoriasis, eczema, herpes or other skin rashes

Josephine is also passionate about nutrition. As a Certified Holistic Nutritionist at Alma Terra Nutrition, she offers one-on-one video consultations. She’s a graduate of Alive Academy, accredited by the Canadian Examining Board of Health Care Practitioners. Hence many sections of the website are about optimum health through nutrition, lifestyle and wellness.

Alive Academy Certificate Nutritional Counselling

Josephine Beck has successfully completed courses in:

Important: this blog doesn’t give treatments or medical diagnosis (read disclaimer). The goal is to help you understand the best ways to keep your body healthy, naturally. Note that most articles have been verified by Doctor Danielle Beck

Have fun reading, learning and sharing your knowledge on Optiderma.com. You can also follow Optiderma on Facebook, Pinterest or Twitter! Also, if you need help to optimize your diet, your lifestyle and your health, you can meet Josephine regardless of your geographical location. Feel free to contact her here

Josephine Beck Holistic Nutritionist

Josephine Beck
Founder of Optiderma.com & Holistic Nutritionist

J. Beck, Holistic Nutritionist, CNC & Natural Health Writer

The information provided on Optiderma.com is for educational and informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for the advice of an appropriately qualified practitioner. Optiderma.com is not responsible for content written by contributing authors and assumes no responsibility for the use or misuse of this material. Please read the legal mentions »