About The Author​

Hello! My name is Genine Williams. I was born in New York City. I did two tours in the United States Army, and today I reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia. I studied Business Management at the University of Maryland, European Division, and studied Nursing at Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia.

As I am sensitive and compassionate, my prayer is that everyone can live a very long and healthy life. With 20 years of experience in coaching and counseling on weight loss and weight management, my passion is to help you overcome your ‘health challenges’ through addressing weight management and detoxifying the body of harmful toxins and chemicals.

My objective is to restore my clients back to optimum health. I have adopted the philosophy of cleaning up the system by eliminating ‘waste,’ and to rebuild the system through infusing proper nourishment. I believe ‘If the blood is alkaline and nourished, disease cannot occur.’

As a Registered Nurse, I currently work in Psychiatry at an acute care facility. Clients come to us with both medical and psychiatric concerns and diagnoses. The most common medical conditions that are treated by medical practitioners are Acid Reflux, Hypertension, Elevated Cholesterol, Obesity, Diabetes Type II, and Pain. All of which can be alleviated through proper diet, exercise, water, and sleep.

I was in my late 30s when I began picking up weight. I noticed my clothes weren’t fitting well; I was gaining weight. I began adjusting my eating habits. Over the next few years I kept losing and re-gaining weight, ‘yo-yoing.’ Until one day, while helping a friend with their spring cleaning, I came upon a package hidden in a closet, unopened. The package was intriguing. It mentioned “microbial invaders” in the colon. My interest was heightened, because I was also experiencing constipation. My doctor had diagnosed me with “Chronic Constipation” some years ago… A condition I thought I had to live with.

There within the package was an article offering a detox program that rid the colon of these unwanted parasites. I was tired of ‘yo-yoing’ my weight. I was moody, having brain fog, and bouts of depression. My skin was dull and unevenly discolored. I had bad breath and ‘Chronic Constipation.’

Today, I am pleased to admit I think clearer. My moodiness is gone. I have 2 or 3 bowel movements daily. My complexion is clear and radiant. I have lost 3 dress sizes, now a size 8. I feel great! I have a new lease on life!

Caring for clients involve proper planning, goal setting, and implementing your plan of care through a series of interventions. I’m always pleased to know when a client is ready for discharge. I know they are so much happier and healthier than when they arrived. I love caring for clients and helping them achieve their health goals and concerns. It’s just my nature!



Genine J. Williams RN

Live Smart, Inc., CEO