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Mireille Sine is a HOKA ONE ONE Flyer, USATF Level One coach, Garmin Ambassador and graduate from West Coast University with her Master's degree in Public Health. She moved to Los Angeles, CA when she was six years old and became a sprinter and hurdler at Bravo Medical Magnet High School. Mireille is thoughtful and channels strength through her authentic storytelling in and outside of the fitness industry.
On this episode, Mireille Sine and Latoya Shauntay Snell weave into three different areas: Authentic storytelling, autoimmune and invisible conditions and Latoya's favorite - food. Both women share their feelings about the shift of storytelling and teaching via social media and in the mainstream space about sensitive subjects like COVID-19 and the toll of 2020's protests. Additionally, they openly talk about lupus, lightly talk about endometriosis and the effects of eating a predominately plant based diet is helping her with her lupus diagnosis and athleticism.
NOTE: As a light reminder, the Running Fat Chef podcast guests and host share their authentic stories. By no means does this podcast serve as a replacement for a medical provider.
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