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Eric Edmeades, is an international speaker, author and the architect of several highly effective and transformational seminars, workshops and retreats around the world. Prior to this, he was a serial entrepreneur involved in several big businesses including the Lucasfilm spin-off, Kerner Optical and his first successful venture, The ITR Group, a supplier, integrator and maintainer of IT equipment. In the world of evolutionary biology and nutritional anthropology, however, Eric was an accidental hero. Suffering for most of his teens and early 20’s with severe allergies, sinus troubles, throat infections and acne, he was only weeks away from a surgery to take out his tonsils when a friend of his urged him to attend a personal transformation seminar. That seminar ended up not only clearing up 10 years of chronic symptoms — it changed everything he believed about health and food.
Since then it has been his life’s passion to help people wake up to the reality that, in terms of health, they are off course. And that the human and ﬁnancial cost of our current way of life is far too great. Eric created WILDFIT as an easy, structured and step-by-step system which anyone can use to attain basic physical fitness. And a long, healthy, enjoyable life.
Dr. Anke Verlinden is an award-winning clinical haematologist at the University Hospital of Antwerp in Belgium. As a senior staff member, she specializes in treating patients with acute leukemia, guiding them through the process of stem cell transplantation. She initiated a project on the effects of mindfulness meditation on the immune system function and quality of life of cancer patients in 2019 while also deepening her understanding of the role that food plays in our health and wellbeing.
Anke is the mother of three kids, one of whom was born with severe heart disease. This, combined with the increasing number of questions from patients on the possible effects of nutrition and lifestyle on their healing process, gave rise to several years of study and experimentation in areas that are not covered in medical school, plus a nutrition science degree from Stanford Medical School and a certification in Functional Medicine. She is now also a WILDFIT certified coach as part of her effort to help patients recover better and more quickly from cancer treatment.
Ginny Santos is the Founder & CEO of NeOlé Inc and an Associate Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University. She has an M.Sc. in Creativity and Innovation from the State University of New York and a certificate in Nutrition Sciences from the Stanford Center for Health Education at Stanford University.
When she was 9, Ginny lost her mother to cancer. Curiosity and fear led her to study preventative healthcare, unconscious decision-making and nutrition. As a WILDFIT certified Coach, Ginny combines her expertise in Creative Problem Solving, Metacognition and Nutrition Science to guide people in establishing healthy habits for optimal health and longevity.