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Pam Bartha, author of Become a Wellness Champion, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at age 28. For the last 28 years, she has harnessed the power of nutrition and science to overcome it, and has helped many others do the same. Pam has an extensive background in science and nutrition, and now travels as an inspirational and informative speaker on Multiple Sclerosis, chronic diseases, inflammation, parasites and numerous other subjects.

The Live Disease Free system is the result of over 28 years of research, personal experience, and experience coaching many others in wellness.

Pam is passionate about helping others Live Disease Free.

She is available to book as a speaker on Multiple Sclerosis, chronic disease and inflammation and more. If you would like to reach out regarding an appearance or media inquiry, please click the button below.

Pam’s website is educational in nature and is not intended to replace the care of a health care professional. Pam is a wellness researcher, educator, and coach. She has a Bachelor of Science degree and is a certified teacher. She attends and facilitates nutritional workshops and continues to research the field of nutrition. Her perspective is unique in that she has walked the walk with disease and has an extensive science and nutritional background.

The information on this site comes from over twenty years of research, personal experience, and experience coaching many others in wellness. Pam’s goal is to provide information that will save you time and money and really make a difference to your quality of life.

“I was given a second chance, and now I’m passionate about helping others on their journeys to wellness. While I don’t have all the answers, I strongly believe that if you are committed to improving your health, you can also improve your quality of life immensely. Ultimately, the choice is up to you. Wellness is a continuum, and only you can choose which level of wellness you wish to experience. If your health challenges are great, you may have to work a little harder, but the results are truly worth it.” ~Pam Bartha