Episode 61 – How to build sustainable food & money habits w/ health coach Samantha Lee

How to build sustainable food & money habits w/ health coach Samantha Lee

In this episode, I talk with health coach Samantha Lee about deprogramming all the unhealthy generational wounds we’ve inherited when it comes to eating and money. We break down inherited food scarcity how that often applies to money too, especially when you grow up first gen. Budgeting can often feel unsustainable and overwhelming like a diet, and we’re here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be this way. We’ve been guilted into thinking that ethnic foods aren’t healthy and that the white, unflavored way of eating is the healthy way. Guess what? You don’t have to eat chicken breast and broccoli be healthy.

Samantha Lee is a Hmong-American, the eldest daughter of refugee/immigrant parents, a speaker, and a health coach that helps women of color (WOC) lose weight and break out of following racist diet culture rules.

Her work was inspired by her 10-year health journey where she felt the need to strip her cultural identity to fit into society’s standard of “white healthy”. Samantha’s mission is to voice the cultural differences in the health/fitness industry so WOC can take control of their bodies by eating the foods from their background without shame. She is a WOC stop dieting expert and a health advocate for her community.

Sam’s instagram: ⁠@superlysam⁠

Connect with her here: ⁠https://linktr.ee/superlysam⁠

About Charly

Charly is a formerly undocumented digital nomad helping first gen clients embody their millionaire selves. Charly’s clients go from feeling guilty and anxious about money to feeling empowered to make money moves and PLAY more. Work 1:1 with them here.

The language of money seems intimidating because it’s designed to exclude those who are not familiar with it. Charly is all about changing that and making our community wealthy AF!

Follow Charly on IG: ⁠⁠@travelercharly⁠

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