Know Your Risk. Optimize Your Health. Live Your Best Life.
At ACE Defyers, we teach women who have experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) to understand their health risks and optimize their physical and mental health, so they can live their best lives, raise healthy children, and break the cycle.
Our Courses & Programs
As a survivor of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), your are at increased risk for over 30 chronic diseases , but your past doesn't have to dictate your future. Enroll in our comprehensive health programs that were designed to help you optimize your health & defy your predispositions today!
Our Three-Fold Mission
At ACE Defyers, we're passionate about three things—educating, empowering, and enlightening women so that they can overcome their predispositions and live their healthiest and best lives now, in spite of their difficult pasts.
We are passionate about educating women about the effects of ACEs so that they can break the cycles in their own lives and make better choices for themselves and for their children.
We’re passionate about empowering women with the tools and skills they need to overcome their increased risk and to address the health concerns that they are at increased for as a result of having experienced ACEs, such as mental health concerns, reproductive concerns, autoimmune disorders, and metabolic syndrome.
We’re also passionate about enlightening women so that they realize that they can live life on their own terms, in spite of their difficult pasts. They can raise physically healthy and emotionally resilient children. They can rise above their past and present circumstances. And they can live their healthiest and best lives now.
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Dr. Louis' latest book, Set On Edge describes the negative effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on physical health, specifically mental, women's, autoimmune, and metabolic health. She also shares her B.A.L.A.N.C.E. Framework™, an integrative approach that is designed to help you address all four of these categories of ACE-related chronic disease, so you can regain control of your health and finally start living.