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Maya Abinun is passionate about nutrition, personal growth, psychology, and eating healthy. Maya is a part-time writer, teacher, and explorer. Currently, Maya is studying for Nutritional therapist and is happy to try any crazy diet and superfood out there. Maya is very much interested in the holistic approach to food and understanding the relationship between food and our emotions.
In today’s world of health and wellbeing era, we are bombarded and very much confused with so many contradictory information regarding health and wellbeing.
Through her books Maya is trying to find a common sense that seems to be lost for some reason, creating a paradigm shift, to view the problem of failed weight-loss and health problems not as individualistic issues to be cured by any ‘one’ lifestyle change, but as part of the larger failure on a global scale, a failure of a well-balanced and holistic lifestyle.
Maya tries to simplify the most pertinent and sound nutrition and health-related research that is out there and combine it with common sense and age-old related time-tested wisdom on healthy living that we have since long foregone.
Maya is dedicated to help and encourage people to create a healthy relationship with food and gain positive body image. Most then anything she wants to motivate and inspire people to be healthy, happy and enjoy life.
Maya would love to hear feedback from readers at firstname.lastname@example.org