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Haylie Pomroy

Haylie Pomroy is the founder and CEO of Haylie Pomroy Group, which houses her clinical practice, a membership website, and coaching services. She is Hollywood’s top nutrition guru, and her celebrity clients include Jennifer Lopez, Robert Downey, Jr., LL Cool J, Reese Witherspoon, Raquel Welch, and Cher, along with professional and Olympic athletes and corporate executives of Fortune 500 companies. Her four internationally bestselling books have been published in fourteen languages.
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