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The Paleo Chef on Thriving With Food Allergies

Today I’m here with a personal friend and someone I really love and admire. Mary Shenouda is a highly sought-after private chef to A-list actors, professional athletes, and high-octane entrepreneurs. A long time sufferer of undiagnosed food allergies since childhood, she took her health into her own hands and discovered after much experimentation that a paleo-centric diet was her key to solving all of her issues.

Eat, Play, Crush: The Paleo Chef Motto

From there Mary left a successful career to follow her passion for clean eating and burst on the scene in 2013 under the nom de cuisine “The Paleo Chef.” Her hard work and talent has paid off as her work has been featured all over the world and the Internet, including in Food & Wine, Glamour, The Joe Rogan Experience, and many more.

Her motto is simple, “Eat clean, play often and crush life,” and she lives it perfectly. She’s got some strong words to share, so get ready to be inspired!

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • Mary’s severe childhood health struggles and the discovery that turned it all around
  • why she left her career to become an entrepreneur and private chef
  • how food allergies can undermine your health, and what to do about it
  • a useful tip to make dining out with food restrictions easier
  • what Mary means by the “crush life” part of her motto
  • why learning to thrive through difficult things might be exactly what kids need
  • the rich legacy parents can create for their kids (it has nothing to do with money!)
  • the energy bar/meal replacement I never leave the house without
  • what it really takes to start your own business, and tips to do it
  • and more!

Resources We Mention:

Learn more about Mary Shenouda at PaleoChef.com

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Can you relate to Mary’s story? Let me know in a comment below, or leave me a review on iTunes. I read each and every one, and my guests often do too and might answer your questions!

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