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Introducing Keeping it Real Wholistic Foodie, Miel Bernstein as She Launches Food for Thought
With New Year's resolutions less than a month a way, words like just, only, must, and should simply don't cut it for chef and healthy living coach, Miel Bernstein, BC's fresh new voice on the Canadian scene of food experts and mindful cuisine.
Miel Bernstein is an organic farmer, food consultant, chef, and coach. She is also a natural equine specialist who facilitates the barefoot rehab of sport horses at her Miellie Meadows facility in Agassiz, BC Canada. In her home town, she is celebrated as a natural foodie, champion of shopping local, and of course, a devoted mom. The dots of her varied career have always been connected by principles of living naturally and with logical, easy choices. Miel lives on a 50 acre farm and equestrian centre with her husband and two growing boys. http://www.thehorseshoof.com/
As a chef, Miel works within macrobiotic and ayurvedic principals and she cooks and consults in businesses, schools and homes. Her influencers include: the UK’s Jamie Oliver, author Michael Pollan, super food guru David Wolf, alternative farmer Joel Salatin, nutritional activist Weston A Price, raw milk advocate Sally Fallon and wholistic nutritionist Anne Marie Colbin plus many others.
What makes Miel Bernstein's Food for Thought unique, is that she connects multiple food and sport systems with the simplicity of healthy choices. For Miel, it's about the person not the program. She works with clients one on one as a coach, with groups as a speaker and workshop facilitator and in businesses as a consultant. http://www.agassizharrisonobserver.com/
Food for Thought builds healthy habits for life and reminds us that nutritious food can be delicious, fun and is always something to be enjoyed.
In Food for Thought's launch year, Miel's enthusiasm has rippled through her community and is now attracting clients from all over Canada and in to the United States.
Introducing keeping it real wholistic foodie and coach, Miel Bernstein. With 2014 quickly approaching and New Year's resolutions arriving in less than a month, it's a great time to offer a little Food for Thought.