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208 - The Journey of Moving Towards Health with Jessica Perez

Season 2, Ep. 208

This week we’re joined by Jessica Perez, Founder, Owner and Head Chef for Meal Prep 4 U. 

Jessica grew up in a very broken and tumultuous household. At 13 years old Jessica left her hometown to come to Nevada to start her young life over.

And THAT was the first of many start overs, that led her to where she is today: business owner, mother, wife, entrepreneur, and role model.

It was her most recent evolution that led me to her. I found Jessica when I was searching for a solution and feeling overwhelmed. I wanted to have healthy meals that addressed three very different health situations, BUT I did not have the energy or inclination to continue cooking every evening, and I didn’t want to eat out just because it was easier.

After internet research in our local area, I found Jessica and Meal Prep 4 U. I reached out, asked some questions, and decided to give Jessica a try. The rest, as they say, was history!

Since meeting Jessica, I continue to be inspired by her caring approach to business, her clients, and nutrition. I know we will all learn a lot from Jessica today.

When asked about her insights from past experiences, she says, "Use your trauma as a stepping stone to great things. Gather strength from the pain and never stop reaching for the best! You deserve it!"

Thanks for joining us on another episode of the No Labels, No Limits podcast!


Learn more and connect with Jessica here:

Instagram @meal_prep_4U_jessica

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Yelp Meal Prep 4U, Reno NV

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