This season always fill me with a beautiful reminder: We are meant to let go everything that surround us. I love the fact that in Houston I have had the experience of observing year after year how trees changes their leaves to receive new ones. My first realization was during a retreat at the Houston… Continue reading Are you holding back from shining?
If you've been around for a while, you might already know that Wellnessabroso is not just a bunch of recipes, a meal prep protocol or a specific diet. I always try to share other perspectives around food because I am truly a believer that we connect with food through emotions. And how do we… Continue reading Wellnessabroso is a Lifestyle
Recently I was scrolling through my phone and found a quote that said, "I don't think six pack abs are wellness." I related to it so much! I think out of my whole body, my abdomen was my obsessive challenge. Every time I was exercising or watching myself in the mirror, I needed to confirm… Continue reading A Fit Body Begins with a Fit Mind
Lately I have read or heard the word Feminism in different environments. From the group of people (men and women) who "support" the movement, and the group of people (men and women), who are against the movement. This brings my attention to how important it is for us, as a society, to have thoughts… Continue reading Why is Feminism in the Kitchen?
When I was in high school, my father always pushed us to find a summer job. He used to say, "I don't want you to be here watching the TV for two months." Now I applaud the initiative. I worked in different places making cookies and pizzas. The experience made my summers so much fun… Continue reading This Is Why I Love My Jobs
Trying to find a balance between motherhood and my personal project called Wellnessabroso I found TV as a good parter. I was confident because of the variations I was doing comparing when I was a kid. At my parents home, we used to have a TV in each room including the kitchen. I… Continue reading My relationship with the TV
Bloating has been a concern in my body even after I changed my diet. Getting in touch with my body has help me to identify the different type of bloatings. I know, it sounds bizarre but it happens. When I was studying at IIN (Institute for Integrative Nutrition) I learned from Stephan Rechtschaffen, MD and… Continue reading Elimination Protocol, when to use it?
I have founded very useful to express in my blog topics that visit my mind and stay there until I wrote my thoughts. Thank you for all the people interested in reading and share points of view. I changed my diet in 2012, I was tired of visiting doctor's offices. I was so frustrating… Continue reading I changed into a "healthy" diet and gained weight
Few days ago I read an article of different ways about how to invite my kid to avoid certain behaviors instead of just saying no. I guess I misunderstood the message. Understanding the impact of NO is a first step before negotiating other scenarios. In my environment saying -No- used to create an awkward… Continue reading Because Food is a Matter of saying NO too
I was born in 1978. At that time my mother was experiencing the fashionable bottled fed experience. I was breastfed only during my first three moths of life. As a consequence, my gut was populated by a combination of different bacteria which predispose myself to different health problems. Dr Natasha Cambell-Mc Bride MD, MMedSci… Continue reading Why antibiotics are my last source but still my source.