Chef Mareya Ibrahim is thrilled about her new podcast, “food for thought that you can really sink your teeth into, served up with a little spicy sass,” says Ibrahim. With episodes titled “Why Everybody Should Be a Kitchen Magician,” “Three Keys to Unlocking the Fit Life For Good,” and “Think Before You Bite: What You Eat Can Hurt You,” and interviews with George Foreman IV and Marisa Wayne, Ibrahim whips up a winning recipe consisting of cutting-edge nutrition and lifestyle advice, delicious comic relief, celebrity guest appearances, and of course, hard-won wisdom from over 25 years of food industry experience.,” on both iTunes and Stitcher with 10 episodes. The podcast is “
Widely known as The Fit Foodie, CEO of Grown Green Industries, Inc. (GGI, Inc.) and co-creator of best-selling eatCleaner® line of products, Ibrahim has dedicated much of her career to keeping America informed about food safety, health trends, cooking tips and fit living, and looks forward to sharing her passion with with fans and listeners around the world.
With a new book, “Eat Like You Give a Fork,” set to release this June, published by St. Martin’s Press, Ibrahim is most passionate about helping people live their best lives, distilling down the most relevant information and debunking the myths around diet and nutrition with easy-to-implement hacks. Ibrahim believes when you get your food house in order, everything else falls into place.
“The truth is, you’re the chef of your own life,” explains Ibrahim, “And taking care of your health is cumulative. There’s no quick fix or miracle in a pill – it’s about creating great habits and then repeating them.”
Catch “Recipes for Your Best Life” this week, with new episodes released every Friday. Be sure to subscribe so that you never miss a minute of the fun, and share your listening experience using #rfyblwith the tag @eatcleaner on Instagram. Connect with Chef Mareya on Facebook and visit www.MareyaIbrahim.com or to learn more about Mareya and her award-winning product line, explore new recipes and hear tips for “living deliciously and being the chef of your best life!”