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Growing Up Mexican: What I Wish My Grandma Knew About Food

My grandmother, now living it up among angels and saints, was the most loving, caring and compassionate human I have ever known. Growing up Mexican I spent a lot of time with her in the kitchen and although there were many positives to that, looking back there are some things I wish my grandmother knew about our relationship with our food. 

Join me for this free 40 minute chat where I share what I wish my grandmother (and family) knew about food and our relationship with it. You'll learn what we can do today to shift the culture, improve our relationship with our food and more importantly improve our health and well-being. 

I look forward to chatting with you soon! WithLove, Yareli 

PS... This chat is not specific to one culture, it applies to all cultures and all grandma's, too. I just happen to be Latina. Can't wait to chat with you! 


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The Boring (but Necessary) Disclaimer: Dearest attendees, in joining you understand that the role of the Integrative Health Coach is not to prescribe or provide health care, medical or therapy services; or to diagnose, treat or cure any disease, condition or other physical or mental ailment of the human body. Rather, the Coach is a mentor and guide who has been trained in holistic health coaching to help others reach their own health goals by helping clients devise and implement positive, sustainable lifestyle changes. You understand that the Coach is not acting in the capacity of a doctor, licensed dietician-nutritionist, psychologist or other licensed or registered professional, and that any advice given by the Coach is not meant to take the place of these professionals.