Creole Heartbeat on Friday morning featured a discussion about health and wellness with Wai-tu-fit 360 member Natasha Yeeloy Labad, who said socializing children to appreciate local foods is very important
On last Friday's Creole Heartbeat show, host Julie Roberts featured a discussion about health and wellness with Wai-tu-fit 360 member Natasha Yeeloy Labad, who explained what wellbeing meant to her.
Host Julie Roberts continued the conversation with the "How can we in Dominica adapt, rebuild, or re-culture our meals into our wellness package?". Mrs. Labad reacted by noting that we must first take ownership and responsibility for the part we play as individuals in our own health.
Ms. Roberts went on to suggest that we should start exposing and training our children to use local and natural foods as early as possible, so that they become accustomed to them, noting that people enjoy what they are familiar with. In addition, Mrs. Labad added that socializing and culturingchildren to appreciate the variety of local foods in the gardenis very important.
Wai-tu-fit 360 member Natasha Yeeloy Labad
Natasha Yeeloy-Labad announced their journey in advocating mind, body, and soul wellness, their ‘2nd game challenge day’ called "How fit is your crew?" She added that the goal behind this initiative is to engage the family and community in traditional games of yesteryear.
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