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Countless ingredients go into who we are. Understanding them gives us the power to become who we want to be.

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There's no denying that trans-generational trauma has a HUGE impact on our relationship with food and body image. In this vlog, I'm sharing my own story as an Indigenous woman who's confronted an addiction to sugar, a family history of diabetes, and a painful disconnect from myself. I want to unpack my individual experience to explore how the health of our people has been fractured on a molecular, systemic, and generational level. Our pain is very real, but so is our potential.

Selena Mills is an Indigenous mom and multidisciplinary professional. She believes that we are at a pivotal moment where we have the capacity to make Indigenous wellness and health sovereign. She strives for this through food-education, healing, art, movement, love, respect and ferocity.

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