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Bolden wants to help Oxford get healthy

By Ana Martinez

news@oxfordeagle.com

When Oxford resident, Cynthia Bolden, 48, hears that someone is interested in learning about nutrition, she immediately smiles and ushers that person to her desk.

Bolden started her business in Oxford 11 years ago after moving from Birmingham, Alabama. She was willing to chat at her place of business, Good Nutrition.

A certified health minister, Bolden stresses that she cannot cure a person’s ailment, but she can give a person vitamin supplements that will help the body maintain what it needs.

Bolden’s clientele consists mainly of 30- to 60-year-old women, but she will see anyone that walks into her store.

“Every person’s different but the body can be the same,” Bolden said. “The key is to get people excited about their health so that they can do something about their health. The disease part comes through the door but we channel that by empowering people to take better steps with food, supplements, exercise and a greater mindset to help their body respond.”