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The Journey into Wellness

NUTRITION is part of our living and plays a very important role in our life. It explains what healthy foods we should be eating and how these impact our health. Here is the lifeline of human beings living with sickle cell aneamia.

Exploring the whole world of natural wellness.

Art of Living Healthy

Living a healthy life that is free from disease is possible.

With proper food and hydration, the body has the capacity to survive for a long period of time and the immune system becomes strong.

Living with Sickle Cell Anaemia

Bringing awareness to those who suffer from long term illnesses and sickle cell anaemia as she has suffered from sickle cell from birth leading to her understanding that nutrition was key to health.

Living with Sickle Cell Anaemia

I wish to bring awareness to those who suffer from long term sickle cell anaemia. This condition is not the end of the world. Some people in life experience worse conditions than others however, I believe it is possible to still enjoy a fulfilled life.

Forward Thinking

This book will encourage sufferers to understand that you can improve personal well-being through living a stress-free life. More so, this book will restore confidence and assist others through their journey of recovery as I have experienced.

Red Blood Cells

Sickle cell anaemia is a blood disorder, characterised by red blood cells that assume an abnormal rigid sickle shape; this results in their restricted movement through blood vessels, depriving downstream tissue of oxygen.

My Story

“I would like to share my experience with others, nutrition works if you give it a chance. All things were created for us in the beginning by God our creator, so we would live a healthy and successful live.”

Good nutrition brings good health and strength.

Health is a worthy goal to strive for.

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  • The Journey into Wellness 90% 90%
  • Art of Living Healthy 95% 95%
  • Nutrition 85% 85%

Olubunmi Ruth Akiboye was born in the United Kingdom, lived briefly in Nigeria then returned to the United Kingdom. She is married and blessed with two wonderful sons and grandchildren. She is qualified in several fields, importantly has a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy (her childhood dream).

Olubunmi Ruth Akiboye

Olubunmi Ruth Akiboye