Thaís Naveda Luy

Thaís Naveda Luy is a bilingual, Venezuelan Canadian Journalist specializing in Marketing and Public Relations, and a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, living in North Carolina with her family of 4. 

She tells us that, “I am passionate about holistic health and graduated from the IIN Gut Health, Hormonal Health, and Emotional Eating Psychology certification programs, as well as from the ACE Fitness Behavioral Change Specialist, and the Harvard Lifestyle as Medicine Programs I am also a HeartMath Certified Practitioner and a Spaulding-Harvard Certified Culinary Coach.

In 2015 I wrote “A Pink Ribbon in our Hearts” a book to help families navigate a cancer diagnosis.

My company is called TNL: “The Natural Living Formula” and offers a holistic health system to support health and wellness in families with picky eaters, moms reconnecting with themselves to model healthy habits for their families, and patients recuperating from some side effects of cancer treatment.

For the past decade, I have been dedicating myself to promoting conscious living, using natural, balanced nutrition, mindful actions, and purposeful movement as keys to leading a healthy lifestyle capitalizing on all the tools and skills I have been accruing in my studies and through 1:1 and group experiences with clients.

In doable health™ I combine my passion for coaching with the joy of serving the Latin American community both from the coaching and the marketing perspectives, functioning as the Director of Marketing and Multicultural Affairs.

One of my clients shared:

“Thaís has been really supportive of me, very kind, very informative, a great listener, and a great mirror of what I share with her, supportive, with informative guidance in order to keep me moving forward towards the goals that I have shared with her”. -Rob, NC “

Tell us about your life before the venture/ leading up to your venture?

I started working while going to school back in my home country Venezuela, having the privilege of advancing steadily in my career. I emigrated to Canada and decided to dedicate my time exclusively to my family and with the passing of time I started working in a Social Media company I founded with one of my cousins where I was acquainted with several professionals in the health and wellness field. When we moved to the States I started pursuing my certification as a coach to be able to help others understand the importance of a wholesome lifestyle and that became more of a priority in 2014 when I received a Breast Cancer diagnostic. After undergoing treatment I started partnering up with other women to provide opportunities for the community to get education and coaching to maximize their health.

Tell us something about your organization. What is it about and how is it helpful for people?

TNL nutrition is a platform for moms looking for tools to support the growth of their families in a practical, budget friendly and sustainable way. It also offers resources to caregivers and patients undergoing or recuperating from cancer treatments. I put to the service of my community bilingual resources for stress management, healthy eating and a wellness oriented lifestyle. 

In doable Health™ I have the opportunity to reach a broader client population, creating and delivering bilingual content with educational purpose as well as group and individual coaching (personalized and confidential) coaching.

What has been the response of the consumers towards your venture?

TNL Nutrition has worked in partnership with local restaurants in the Triangle area, it has also been included as part of programs as ActivaSer and Bitácora 4×4. I have had the chance to participate in diverse podcasts in English and Spanish and do cross promotion with recognized figures in the field of health and Wellness that tend to the LatinAmerican community and the Venezuelan Community.

How has your life changed because of your venture?

I found my purpose, I am able to lead by example so my kids, friends and family gain skills and feel comfortable investing in their mental, physical and spiritual health. My own health has been positively impacted as I feel accountable and motivated.

What are you working on right now?

I am pursuing a Certification as a Functional Nutritional Counselor with the Functional Nutrition Alliance

Give a motivational message for the audience/women who are reading this.

You are worth it! The fuel that you put in your body matters because we can not continue serving and supporting others if we don’t take care of ourselves first! Be proud of all the efforts you make to pursue a healthier version of yourself. Be mindful of what you eat, what you think, the people you surround yourself with… it is all important, and so are YOU!

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