Natural Community Review was founded in 2009 by Julie Dennis for people interested in natural health and wellness. She is driven by her passion for helping the larger community live their most vital and healthy lives.

Julie's first job in the natural products industry was at the age of 15 working at a health food store in Southern California. At the same time, determined to save enough money to fulfill a dream of traveling the world, she was working at a fast food "restaurant" down the street. After seeing the difference in health and well-being of the clientele at these two different establishments, she easily decided to live a healthy, clean, active lifestyle. 

From that moment on she set out to inspire others to choose wellness. Eventually, this lead to a career in the natural products industry spanning decades assisting a full range of individuals and entities including investors, entrepreneurs and companies in categories such as organic agriculture, dietary supplements, pet supplements, natural foods and body care.

Julie is also the founder and formulator for Canna Joint Relief with CBD, a topical product and blend of botanicals supporting healthy inflammatory response.

Her motto: it's never too late to investigate, integrate and incorporate healthy protocols.

Her mission: to help you get there.

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Industry experience spans from seed to shelf, from sales to marketing.  

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Helping make your vision a reality through expert analysis, action and
movement forward towards reaching your goals in the most efficient, effective way possible.

Save money and time by reducing your risk. I assist in making sure you have the most comprehensive perspective available for your most educated action plan.

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With consulting experience spanning over 25 years in the Natural Products Industry, Founder Julie Dennis offers experience very few can match.


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