There is a large focus placed on ensuring that women, teens and children are looked after mentally, physically and emotionally in our society – and more often than not this focus is missing when it comes to men.
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On this week’s episode we speak to Nida Kazmi, a revisit of episode 9. Nida has an amazing story and a roller-coaster of a ride with her relationship with food. She moved to the United States from Pakistan, bringing with her the intense flavours of Pakistani foods. Nida talks about how she went on a journey to find out how she could be healthy, both physically and emotionally. Nida talks about minerals and how adding the right minerals to her daily food intake, changed her life.
Nida’s on a mission to empower men. She believes that empowering men will set the stage to create a generation of children that are motivated by their men role models. Nida is in the process of creating a coaching course for men to provide a platform to empower a generation of evolved male figures.
On this episode we also go into:
- Nida talks about her journey with Lyme disease and Acne
- She goes into great detail on how she approached fixing her relationship with food
- Being emotionally and mentally stronger to focus on tackling her mission
- Nida loves corn on the cob that she remembers from when she was young in Pakistan
- The reason why she uses her Vitamix
- How adding other veggies to her tomato sauce improves the flavour
- How making a base sauce can easily turn into multiple dishes
- She makes a wicked raw-vegan Alfredo base sauce