Esosa E. also known as “Raw Girl” is a dynamic holistic health expert, soon-to-be Nutritionist with ten years of experience inspiring others to live their best healthiest lives and twenty years as a vegan. She is passionate about working with communities, organizations, and individuals to improve their health. Esosa’s personal health crises and battle with acne and chronic fatigue led her to change her lifestyle and begin avid studies of holistic health in the Master’s program at Maryland University of Integrative Health.
Esosa created Raw Girl in a Toxic World
, a health blog where her writing about a range of health topics has been published online and reached hundreds of thousands of readers worldwide. Recently she Founded Raw Beauty in a Box
, an online course portal that features classes that teach inner and outer beauty tips. She is the author of several books including: The Acne-Free Diet
, Parasites Be Gone!
, and Got Veg? How to Thrive on a Plant-Based Diet
. Outside of her passion for health, Esosa is an award winning, globe-trotting producer, actress, and fashion designer who has been featured in Glamour, Elle, Ebony, Black Enterprise and more. She is well versed in all aspects of wellness and nutrition and specializes in plant-based nutrition and transitioning, weight loss, healing acne, eating for beauty, parasite cleansing, and detoxification. To book a virtual or in-person session with her at her office in Virginia or get daily health tips visit her blog rawgirltoxicworld.com
3 Ways Esosa Practices Self-Care:
1) Take my vitamins (Multivitamin, omega-3’s and vitamin D) & drink enough water for my body weight. It wasn’t until I became a student of nutrition that I realized how essential these two simple acts can be for maintaining optimal health.
2) Meditate daily for a minimum of 10 minutes. I make sure to get my mind right each day which includes feeding my spirit with scripture, prayer, and getting in a moment of silence.
3) Regular massage, acupuncture, and chiropractor visits as needed. I rarely see a medical doctor and rarely get sick but that is mostly because I focus on prevention and have an amazing cohort of practitioners I see regularly for a tune-up.