Episode 110

How to Transform Your Health Before Your Body Sends an Eviction Notice

With Mona Sharma

Despite what most teenagers would say, parents often do know best. For celebrity nutritionist and entrepreneur Mona Sharma, when she was forced by her parents to live at an Ashram several times throughout her teenage years, she was resistant and defiant. Little did she know the lasting impact of learning and practicing meditation, mindfulness, and wellness would literally save her life. 

On today’s Broken Brain Podcast, I talk with Mona about her incredible story of surviving two open-heart surgeries and the path that led her to drastically turn her health around. She uses her story to help thousands of others on their journeys to create vibrant health. 

For more on Mona, you can follow her on Instagram @monasharma, on Facebook @monaleahsharma, through her website, or her website Xicamalife. Be sure to check out the Facebook series Red Table Talk and this amazing food and eating guide to Awaken Your Best Health featuring Mona Sharma and Dr. Mark Hyman.

Also mentioned in this episode is the book Limitless by Jim Kwik.

 

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I hope you enjoyed this conversation as much as I did.
Wishing you health and happiness.
Dhru Purohit

In this Episode, you will learn

  1. Mona's experience since her debut on Will Smith's Red Table Talk with Dr. Mark Hyman
    (2:37)
  2. Mona shares about growing up in an Ashram
    (4:56)
  3. Early signs of her own health struggles and her personal story
    (8:57)
  4. How to position yourself with joy
    (21:41)
  5. How to navigate mindfulness during this time of social isolation
    (29:25)
  6. How to set boundaries around media and information
    (37:10)
  7. How to stop judging yourself and return to joy during these current events
    (39:05)
  8. How to navigate motherhood and community
    (44:20)
  9. How Mona could tell it was time for her to move on in her healing journey
    (51:15)
  10. How mindfulness requires the most intention for Mona and why
    (58:38)
  11. The power of forgiveness
    (1:02:15)
  12. Mona's go-to COVID snack
    (1:05:05)
  13. How Mona's beverage company, Xicama, was created
    (1:07:45)
  14. What projects Mona is working on
    (1:10:08)
  15. Where to find more on Mona
    (1:18:21)

Guest

 
Dhru Purohit

Dhru is the host of the Broken Brain Podcast, a top 20 health podcast with over 10 million downloads, that teaches listeners how to improve their brain performance and mental health through their diet, lifestyle and everyday biohacking.

As an entrepreneur, Dhru is also the CEO Dr. Hyman Enterprises, Farmacy and the UltraWellness Center, a functional medicine based clinic that specializes in treating chronic disease through personalized medicine.

 
Mona Sharma

Mona Sharma is a dynamic leader and entrepreneur in the health and wellness industry who works with high profile clients around the world. As Will Smith’s nutritionist, she has a reoccurring role on the Facebook series Red Table Talk where they profile her work with Will, and the entire Smith family’s healing journey.

Mona has seen first hand the healing power of food and mindfulness to heal, having grown up living on an Ashram. Her approach is rooted in this philosophy – food as medicine, movement as therapy and mindfulness as the journey to optimize health.

Mona is also the founder of Xicama, an innovative line of functional beverage products that deliver gut health and immune boosting benefits of the superfood jicama.

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