Brett Hoebel

June 2013
Living Without;Jun/Jul2013, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p16
An interview with celebrity fitness expert Brett Hoebel is presented. He states that his passion for health and fitness came from the science of it and the need to lose his weight when he was younger. He says that he gives up gluten when a woman conducting his assessment at the Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology (CHEK) Institute for Personal Training said that people who are gluten intolerant are also lactose intolerant. He adds that he focuses on nutrition, stress, and, happiness.


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