April 12, 2020

Episode 3.06: Building a New Relationship with Yourself and Your Body with Minna Lee

Hello loves.

Minna Lee is a wellness entrepreneur who I’ve been fangirling over online and she produces meaningful content that spreads education on well-being for all. Our conversation took some twists and turns that I wasn’t expecting and that were beautiful and insightful.

Minna Lee is a digital creator, a certified trainer, and a nutrition coach. By sharing her own colorful health history with her autoimmune disease and her mental health on her platforms, she empowers people to dig deeper into their personal growth and to take their health into their own hands with a 360 perspective.

In this episode, Minna talks about her journey from disordered eating, to being diagnosed to Hashimoto’s and adenomyosis, how she’s changed her approach to managing her health over the years, what you can do to restore your relationship with your food, and how you can learn to listen to your intuition, and so much more!

The Pain Points We Explore In This Episode:

  • The impact social distancing is having on Minna’s work and mental health
  • Why Minna felt alone after getting her Hashimoto's disease diagnosis
  • How therapy and social media helped Minna on her journey with autoimmune disease
  • The role of culture in shaping Minna’s early relationship with food
  • How to start healing your relationship with food
  • Building a new relationship with movement despite past trauma

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