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Interview With Gemi

May 24, 2019

Gemi Bertran provides health and wellness support to women seeking a healthier lifestyle in the Central Coast of California. She has created her own blueprint for health, adding all the knowledge, holistic techniques and tools that she’s learnt over the years in different countries. With years of experience, the founder and CEO of Nourish the Brain Institute talks about her story and journey that led her to empower others to create healthy lifestyle habits and routines.

 

 

Jonathan: Where are you originally from, because I know it’s not what people think?

Gemi: Well, I am from Barcelona originally. I’m from Catalonia and is northeast of Spain, and we like to be our own. I live in and enjoy California. I love being here, and I created my business and I feel like it’s the best time of my life here in California, at least professionally.

 

Jonathan: So, you married an American, came here as a spouse, got your green card, learned to work in California, so now this is home?

Gemi: Yes, now this is home.

 

Jonathan: Your story is incredible. You have a PhD, yet you don’t like to define yourself with this education. This tells me you’re an amazing student and you’ve taught yourself something that nobody else was able to teach you, which shows your ability to learn, but it also shows your ability to teach. You experienced a major trauma in your life because of external circumstances that you couldn’t control, and it affected your brain, right?

Gemi: My brain broke, not physically, but yes. Somehow, the brain is full of connections and wires, and the wires, when they are all connected, the body functions perfectly and there are no problems. When one of those wires get unhooked or de-attach from the central nervous system, our brain loses connection with the body, and depending which one is this wire, the body stops functioning in one area or others. That’s why people have mental health issues, or that’s why people have problems with their health. It can be from diabetes or autoimmune disorders or any kind of problems just because our brain doesn’t send the right signal at the right time, and then the body stops functioning perfectly. 

 

Jonathan: Got it, so that’s what happened to you. Some of the background behind that was your father, who you’re very close to, had cancer, I understand?

Gemi: Yes, in my case it happened and a series of things stop working. 

 

Jonathan: You went through this incredible adventure of adopting a little girl out of Haiti in the middle of a coup d’etat when everybody said you can’t even go in the country, let alone get a passport, so it’s not surprising that there was so much going on, but what’s most interesting was that you told me that the doctors just went, “no idea,” right?

Gemi: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, because when that happens, of course there is a wire that gets disconnected or more than one wire, but they cannot pinpoint specifically what it is because it doesn’t leave a trace. They can see that something is really wrong with you, but they cannot see what it is because they cannot open the brain and say, “that is this.” No, and then that’s a problem because when that happens, usually the body is exhausted. Emotionally you are not as strong. You feel more depressed. The tendency is feeling more depressed, so usually what doctors do is prescribe antidepressants. In my case, I was lucky enough that because the doctors couldn’t diagnose, they said, “we are not going to give you anything because we cannot say what it is.” I knew I wasn’t depressed, because my body wasn’t functioning. In my case, that was not what happened. For other people, it will show up more like a depression, and that is when they will get the prescription, so I was lucky that that wasn’t my case.

 

Jonathan: You’ve looked at the mind. You’ve looked at the body. You’ve looked at nutrition. You’ve looked at exercise, because if I look at you now, you’re a picture of health. Tell me about how you put that journey together of nutrition and exercise and mind exercises to really get you into a healthy place.

Gemi: Well, one of the gifts, because I think that that’s a gift that we have, is our intuition. From the very beginning when my weight started dropping and I felt like my body wasn’t healthy and my period has stopped, I start growing hair in my face because there is malnourishment. When there is no nourishment, that happens. The body starts functioning very weirdly. I mean by intuition that I did that to myself. I mean that, so I thought, “If I did it, I can undo it.” That was my thing. Also, I have two kids. I was a single mom of two kids. My mom was still alive, really sick at that point, and I didn’t have the luxury of not paying attention to what I was going to do, so I had to study and figure out for myself what I was going to do. I did study and do a lot of research and became very familiar with medicine and all the alternatives. But healing comes from food and food sources, like where we are buying our food and what we are feeding ourselves, and that was the first thing. Of course, at that point, exercise was out of the question because my body couldn’t function, barely walk upstairs, but yes.

 

Jonathan: Okay, and then eventually you moved from Spain to California. You met your husband. You were studying the American medical system of how doctors are literally just prescribing a pill for everything, and you already had this knowledge of how you effectively cured yourself. There was a frustration with the medical system, but you saw a different solution than most people, right?
Gemi: Well, what happened is, yes, in the beginning when I moved here I was already healthy and doing well and there was no problems, because this is the good thing about brain is that it can almost recover and go back to 100% functioning from anything. If we give time to our body and brain to heal, it will go back to normal because the brain always remembers how to function, how to put things together, and when I moved here, what are the odds that I start working as a business director in a behavioral health facility, and I saw how that worked, that everybody was being prescribed the same type of medications, stimulants, antidepressants, antianxiety, and something to wind you down at night, and I was horrified. Working in a place that was so far from my beliefs, it was hard. It was difficult for me to be in peace with it. Later on when I had all my education and my certification in nutrition, I thought, “I cannot do that,” so because they wanted me to stay working there, they said, “do whatever you want,” so they allow me to work with patients to give them advice and nutrition guidance, but I still felt really out of integrity telling them, “eat kale and don’t forget your prescription.” I like to be very truthful to myself because if I don’t do that, it’s just nothing works for me.


Jonathan: There are so many diets out there. Obviously, there’s the keto diet, gluten-free, plant-based whole foods. There’s lots of different ways of eating, but eating’s a big part of it, but also exercising and mindset and having a plan around all of that, and you’ve brought all these three elements together, right?

Gemi: Yes. We can order our brain to do whatever we want, but we do it from our mind, so if our thoughts are not in the right direction, it’s not going to happen for our brain because we have to put our willpower there, be consistent, create a structure, create routines, and that … Of course, food helps, but the mind is first, the mindset and the thoughts in that direction.

 

Jonathan: It’s not as if you’re saying carbs are bad or sugar’s bad or you can’t have gluten. You’ve found a way of being able to live a normal lifestyle but making the right choices. I saw a video you did the other day about when you go to the supermarket, plan ahead for what it is you want to achieve, so do you want to tell me about that planning ahead a little bit in the supermarket?

Gemi: Yeah, so one of the things that many people have the tendency, and I’m sure that people listening will relate with, is that if we go shopping when we are hungry we are more prone to buy junk food because what happens is we go for the fast thing, and the fast thing is usually processed, and you will find those in the middle aisles, so what I always do is I always go through the aisles that surround the supermarket. Usually, produce is on the right of the door and you just keep going, keep going. You will find cheeses and the meats and fish and all of that, and please close your eyes when you are right before the register because they have the cookies there. Do the shopping around the supermarket around the surrounding aisles. Also, meal prep is very important, so the meal prep starts with your shopping list. Have a clear idea of what you want to cook this week, create a shopping list, and stick to the plan. Don’t go off the shopping list because then you are not going to do so well.

 

Jonathan: Is eating organic the right way to go? Is gluten bad? I’m just hearing so many people now with food allergies or certain food insensitivities. What do you say about that?

Gemi: Allergies always develop because our immune system is not strong enough to fight whatever external threat that comes in. First off, it doesn’t mean we have a weak immune system. It just means that our body doesn’t tolerate certain type of foods so well. Usually it’s cooked foods that create inflammation. Our body creates and develops inflammation towards something specific. It fights it with creating more sensitivity inside, so those problems can create bloating, more mucus, discomfort, constipation, more gas. Those are the typical little things. When those things are not addressed, it increases. It can increase exponentially, and that can go towards other foods sources.

There are inflammatory foods that mainly cause potential allergies or food sensitivities. Gluten is one of them. Gluten, sugar, dairy, those three are highly inflammatory, and then we have eggs which is also inflammatory, corn in less level, but also still inflammatory. Soy is another one and of course alcohol.

 

Jonathan: I heard somebody say that a little red wine is good for you, is that true?

Gemi: Yeah. Everything with measure is good. If we say we are eating bread that has gluten but is whole grain and you don’t have any problem, because whatever is inflammatory, it doesn’t have to be inflammatory for everybody. It’s potentially inflammatory, but some people process this better. In my case, I’m not processing gluten well, so I haven’t been eating gluten for many, many years.

Some people process this well, so we will never take people off if they are used to something and that something doesn’t cause any problem. That will be very personal. Everybody has a different body, so just because I don’t eat gluten it doesn’t mean  it will work for somebody else.

 

Jonathan: Over the last few years, you’ve helped several friends with their eating plan, exercise, mental routines to get them into a more balanced lifestyle. It’s become a passion project for you, but also a business passion. You started studying under a mentor by the name of Bob Proctor, I’d love to know a little bit about that journey.

Gemi: Well, I worked in the material health field for four years, and then I created my own business because conflict of integrity with that, and that was three years and a half, five years ago. After that, yes, I found that I was missing the part where the signs of the mind work with that. That is when I met Bob Proctor and his education, and I became part of his inner circle, and we studied the material, and everything is about the signs of the mind how to change your mindset to create the kind of life that you want or the kind of body that you want.

 

Jonathan: Coupled with that new mindset training with the new nutrition and the body balance and exercise, you started helping some professionally. Professionally, you helped some individuals, but now not only have you been able to help one-on-one people as private clients, that you’ve got some group training, and you’ve also got an opportunity to actually train other people to help other people, as well, so it’s not just you anymore, right?

Gemi: No. I’ve been working with one-on-one clients for the last three years very intensively from all around the world, because I had clients in Australia, Canada, Europe and here in California, and everybody needs different things, so we work differently for each specific case. Now, because talking with Bob Proctor, he has suggested that I should be certifying professionals to do what I do, because he said, “what you are doing is very specific and there is no other people that has this kind of job, and if you die, it will die with you so you have to train people to do what you do.” Since my main goal and the reason most people come to me is because they have unhealthy habits and they don’t know how to change it, or they are taking medication for years and they want to go off medication. In those cases, I always work with their doctors. I will never do that by myself, but along with their doctors, we have conversations, we talk, and we help the client and the patient to go off medication, and that’s been very successful. I am especially proud about this part, and I need a lot of people … the world needs a lot of people to do the same for others because there is nothing else in the world that brings you more joy and more satisfaction that have people go off medication.

 

Jonathan: You’re able to not only help people heal themselves, but then help them go and help other people get healed?
Gemi: Yes. The program is the dynamic nutrition specialist and it’s a very specific program and is based on brain education and mindset through healing the entire body and their entire lives.

 

Jonathan: How long does this course take?

Gemi: The course takes six months, so in six months, you can be a certified dynamic nutrition specialist, but for half of the course, you start doing practices inside the program. We provide practices subjects and I’ll take the program and you get a taste of what that will look like, and it’s very exciting for people to go through that process because then they have clearer grasp of how that will feel. You get somebody that needs your help and you help them and that changes lives.

 

Jonathan: Wow, and I know you’ve been doing this with James who has now gone through your program and he’s going to be helping other people in his world, so it’s obviously a model that’s replicable. If someone was interested in this and they wanted to know how much it costs or exactly the time commitment, how would they best get in touch with you?

Gemi: Well, the best thing is to send an email to James or to myself. It’s gemi@nourishthebrain.com, or james@nourishthebrain.com.

 

Jonathan: All right, and then what would the process be? They’d have a phone call with you and a Zoom meeting and or something like that?

Gemi: Yes, usually what we will do is set up a phone call, we will have a conversation, and whatever is more comfortable for them if they want to pay in full or they want to pay in split payments, we are very flexible, so we don’t have any problem to accommodate everybody’s needs.

 

Jonathan: People always say you need to drink more water, but from your experience, how much water really should we be drinking without having to run to the bathroom all day long?

Gemi: Yeah, so what happens is there is all these stories about drinking a gallon of water. That, first off, is unrealistic because who has that time? It’s a lot of water, and they might be doing it for a short period of time, but at some point, they will get tired of doing, then people cannot be consistent with that routine, but the best routine water drinking is eight cups of water like a bottle of 20 ounces or 16 ounces four times. That would be like eight cups of water a day and that will be plenty, and it’s a really reasonable amount of water.

 

Jonathan: If you drink other fluids like coffee or tea, does that count toward your water intake or not?

Gemi: Not coffee. If you drink coffee, coffee is a dehydrating drink, so there is this theory about drinking coffee that is healthy. It’s not so healthy. Coffee depletes the adrenal. It causes high in the moment, but then you crash, and also it’s dehydrating, so you have to think that per cup of coffee that you drink, you should be drinking two cups of water. Tea is a little bit different because it doesn’t have that big amount of caffeine, but still is not considered water, so when we talk about water, it’s just water. Soda doesn’t count, either.

 

Jonathan: I stopped drinking soda about two years ago, and what a difference. Now I find that even the diet soda that has less calories are not healthy, right?

Gemi: No, it’s not. Diet soda is very tricky, because what happens is you check the label, the nutritional facts label, and it will say it has zero sugar, and it’s true because they don’t put sugar, but they put aspartame. First off, that one is cancerous and second, it will trigger your pancreas because it is still very sweet. It will still release insulin and fat in your body. There are no calories from the drink itself in the moment, what happens is every time that the pancreas gets triggered and releases insulin, at the same time it releases fat, so it’s not the fat that the calories have in the drink. It’s the fat that your body makes to protect you from the insulin release.

Book a Call with Gemi Today!

You’re feeling ready to find out how your life could be improved with health insights that are specialized for your own brain, body, and lifestyle. Gemi will push the envelope, and ask the questions to get you out of your comfort zone, in a good way.  What are you waiting for?

Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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9 Simple Routines That Will Help You Age Better

9 Simple Routines That Will Help You Age Better

May 17, 2019

Can you recall your first memory? 

First memories are rather interesting because you are never quite sure just how accurate they are. It’s either because you were very young or you have revisited the memory so many times over the years that it evolves with each revisit. I do have an early memory and when I talked to my mom about it awhile back, she said, “It is impossible that you remember that, you were only a year and a half old!”

My first memory is being strolled by my mom down the street on a nice spring morning. I saw a lady sitting in a green and white garden chair watching people walk below her balcony. She was in all black, from head to toe, including a scarf on her head which covered up her hair. This lady was old with very wrinkled skin and she didn’t have any teeth in her mouth. She smiled at us as we were approaching and my mom stopped below the balcony, they had a few words and then we kept walking. I don’t remember what they said to each other or anything else about that spring day, but I do remember exactly what house it was and how that old lady looked.

When I told my mom, she was surprised that I was able to give her such a detailed explanation of what I remembered from that day. She told me that the old lady was her grandmother and she had died shortly after seeing her that spring morning. 

That image has been stuck in my mind and the memory has stayed with me throughout my life. The reason is because at a young age, there was something shocking about what I saw. I believe it was because my great grandmother was so wrinkled and wearing black from head to toe and, up until that time, I had never seen anyone like that before. Looking back, I don’t remember seeing anyone like that again in my small hometown.

The memory wasn’t traumatizing or unhappy which means the memory wasn’t stored in sub-conscience mind because I was traumatized, however the image of my great grandmother was stored in my sub-conscience without being linked to any story or feeling.

My great grandmother died when she was 70 years old. Fast forward to today, I can honestly say that I have never seen another lady with so many wrinkles like her because women today take care of themselves. Our quality of life is not always better, but our life expectancy has certainly increased over the years. I have friends and clients that are far beyond 70 years old and they look astonishing! They are young in soul and attitude, also in how they think and the way that they dress. My mom just turned 70 and she is young, strong and sassy. She takes really good care of herself by eating healthy superfoods, and chooses to always have a great attitude toward life. These are all things that we can each choose to do in our daily lives.

We have to make a lot of choices throughout the day. Why not choose to have a positive mindset all the time and make healthy eating choices? Your mind is stronger when your brain is well fed, and you will feed your brain better foods if you keep a positive mindset and attitude. We can’t have one without the other one.

How to Create the Mindset for Aging Beautifully

So how do we do make that happen? Simply by creating small daily healthy routines and repeating them consistently so they stick with us, just like any other memory. Take one routine at a time and commit to it daily for one week. Once you have consistently repeated it for one week, add a second routine and do the same, repeat consistently for one week. At the end of the second week, add a third and continue this process until you feel you have more healthier routines than unhealthy ones.

Daily Routines for Better Aging:

  1. Write in a journal 10 things a day you are grateful for
  2. Read a great book before bed instead of watching tv
  3. Go for a walk early in the morning without headphones, only with your thoughts
  4. Wash your body with a warm cloth before bedtime
  5. Set 4 small goals for the day that will take to your ultimate goal
  6. Create a ridiculously big goal for your life
  7. Drink 42 oz of water a day
  8. Have a great conversation with someone you love
  9. Hug and kiss your loved ones as much as you can

This list of routines will keep your brain and mind happy and positive, as a result, you will stay younger longer. These activities will also create positive memories for you and will enlarge the memory of you in other people’s minds. This is the meaning of life, to be remembered for who you are for yourself and others.

Join my 30 day challenge for more tips about living well, aging beautifully, and living life more powerfully.

Book a Call with Gemi Today!

You’re feeling ready to find out how your life could be improved with health insights that are specialized for your own brain, body, and lifestyle. Gemi will push the envelope, and ask the questions to get you out of your comfort zone, in a good way.  What are you waiting for?

Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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Meal Prep To Skip Unhealthy Choices

Meal Prep To Skip Unhealthy Choices

May 12, 2019

Good morning everybody. Happy Monday! 

Do you have a specific habit for meal prep through the week?

I always recommend to my clients, and myself, to meal prep during the weekend. It’s very simple, it makes life easier, and if you have food ready for the whole week, it will be less likely that you make a poor choice about eating something unhealthy, fast and quick.

What I recommend is going shopping Saturday or Sunday, or the day that you have off, and right after shopping drop your things in the kitchen and meal prep right then and there. Don’t wait, don’t put things in the refrigerator, because it’s less likely that you will feel inspired to do it. So right after shopping is the best time to do it. 

I hope this tip helps you, and I hope you create a new healthy habit!

Book a Call with Gemi Today!

You’re feeling ready to find out how your life could be improved with health insights that are specialized for your own brain, body, and lifestyle. Gemi will push the envelope, and ask the questions to get you out of your comfort zone, in a good way.  What are you waiting for?

Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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One Day Of Self-Care

One Day Of Self-Care

May 10, 2019

Good morning!

Today, I woke up with a wicked headache. That means only one thing, that I need to have one day of self-care. First thing I did this morning is go for a walk. I did my morning routines and went for a massage. I feel much better and my headache is completely gone, but I will still keep working today only on self-care. That’s a very important one too.

Don’t forget about taking care of yourself, love yourself a lot, and spend the weekend just, you know, feeling yourself. Oh, another thing that I’m going to do today is be in nature. I’m going for a hike, but not for exercise, I am going for a hike to spend time in nature, feel it and connect with myself.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Book a Call with Gemi Today!

You’re feeling ready to find out how your life could be improved with health insights that are specialized for your own brain, body, and lifestyle. Gemi will push the envelope, and ask the questions to get you out of your comfort zone, in a good way.  What are you waiting for?

Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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Imagine What You Can Do For The World

Imagine What You Can Do For The World

May 09, 2019

Happy Sunday!

As I was walking in downtown, beautiful San Luis Obispo, I was reflecting on the weekend. How everything went and you know there are things that don’t work out so well. But I hold onto the things that are really truly amazing, and every week I have some miracle happen.

I was thinking not only in how much gratitude I feel when I can help somebody to get rid of medication. Right now, I feel so grateful because I am certifying people to do the same for so many more. I can’t imagine a world where barely anybody needs medication. So it’s just amazing.

I’m just grateful and I just wanted to let you know and have a wonderful, wonderful Sunday!

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You’re feeling ready to find out how your life could be improved with health insights that are specialized for your own brain, body, and lifestyle. Gemi will push the envelope, and ask the questions to get you out of your comfort zone, in a good way.  What are you waiting for?

Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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One Of My Clients Is Officially Healed From Type 2 Diabetes!

One Of My Clients Is Officially Healed From Type 2 Diabetes!

May 08, 2019

Hello!

This morning I had to get ready to go to one of my client’s doctor’s appointment, and the reason is because today was her last appointment with the diabetes doctor. She was sick with diabetes for years, she was taking medication and she was also taking insulin injections because of her Type 2 diabetes.

After working for a period of time with me and doing exactly what I told her to do, finally, with her doctor, we got her off insulin. So, this is a very difficult thing to make happen but when you are taking care of yourself, there is nothing more rewarding and there is no better investment than that one.

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Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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Studying Everyday Is My Most Precious Routine!

Studying Everyday Is My Most Precious Routine!

May 05, 2019

Good morning, how are you?

One of the most important routines that I do is study. I study every single day. It doesn’t have to be a long time, it can be 15 minutes, it can be 20 minutes, in the time that I have. And what I do at the point is I don’t study, I don’t pretend to read the full chapter because I will do it fast and it’s not worth it.

So I just try to read one paragraph, or one page, but understand what the writing is saying. That’s the most important thing. I like to study about the science of the mind or brain health and its structure. This is what I like to do. And I have a variety of others. I like Thomas Troward, most of them, Napoleon Hill, Walter Wattles and other authors.

So, just be curious and keep your mind bright!

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Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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Breakfast Is A Religion To Me!

Breakfast Is A Religion To Me!

May 04, 2019

Good morning guys, how are you? 

Another amazing routine that I like, not like, I love and enjoy every day, is my breakfast. I love having a good breakfast, like coconut yogurt unsweetened, blueberries and walnuts. That fills me up and makes me feel ready to take the day. To me it’s very important to eat before I get out of the house, not only because I guess I am used to it but also, it just makes me feel full of energy.

Have a wonderful breakfast! 

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Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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Routines Are Habits We Practice Consistently

Routines Are Habits We Practice Consistently

May 03, 2019

 

Good morning!

Routines are nothing else but habits that we do consistently. Sometimes it doesn’t have to happen every single day. It can happen one or two days a week, but if we do it consistently that becomes a routine.

So today, Mondays and Tuesdays, one of my morning routines is to go to the gym. Usually I go in the afternoon, but those two days I go in the morning because in the afternoon I have a group. So, be very productive today and be aware that routines don’t have to happen every single day.

Have a wonderful day!

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Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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Introducing The 30 Day Challenge

Introducing The 30 Day Challenge

May 02, 2019

Greetings friends!

Proud to be announcing this new FREE program through Nourish the Brain Institute.  

I invite you to participate in these easy to follow and engaging activities that will reveal to you the power within yourself. Developing and lifting yourself to a higher level of vibration is within your reach!

I am excited to be on this journey with you,

Yours in Health,

~Gemi

Book a Call with Gemi Today!

You’re feeling ready to find out how your life could be improved with health insights that are specialized for your own brain, body, and lifestyle. Gemi will push the envelope, and ask the questions to get you out of your comfort zone, in a good way.  What are you waiting for?

Gemi Bertran

CEO & Founder

Nourish the Brain

Clients who get the most from Gemi’s Health Coaching Programs are looking to create balance in their lives with a much needed reset.  They are tired of diets that fall short,  and are motivated to make real changes that will produce visible results. On a deeper level, they are equally motivated to find the hidden paths to clearer thinking.

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