Meet Ana Goldseker
For me, Argentina has always been magical. Let me tell you about my journey.
Thank you for stopping by. My name is Ana Goldseker and if you've got a minute, I'd like to tell you a little bit about myself and my journey with yerba mate tea.
For me, Argentina has always been magical. At each of our family gatherings, yerba mate was always shared. It is the great equalizer. All generations, moms and dads, aunts and uncles, sat around a table, shared yerba mate, stories, updates, heartbreak and laughter.
I have used my 20 years of experience in nutritional counseling, and experience as a personal chef to create organic yerba healing blends.
Yerba Mate also has incredible synergistic properties. That means, any herb you mix it with, will have increased effects. Yerba Mate is an herbal "booster." That is why our blends are mixed with different herbs for different healing effects. We use turmeric, cinnamon, ginger and other herbs in our blends. Companies like Chesacanna are making yerba mate blends with medical cannabis, increasing the healing effect.
For "how to's" go to my youtube channel.
When I was pregnant and told to get off of coffee, I turned to Yerba Mate. Mate is a healthier drink than coffee. While it has caffeine, the caffeine is quite different from the caffeine in coffee. It is a healthier drink chock full of minerals and probiotics. So, since the pregnancy, I have been fully on mate. Forget your lattes, your energy drinks, your bottled teas… yerba mate is for real. Talk about energy boosting, health promoting, anti inflammatory and craving reducing. Yerba Mate is where it is at.
This picture of a baby? Oh, that is me. It was taken by my father in Argentina, before we immigrated, maybe even before we knew that we are leaving. I drank mate when I was little and always have. My daughter has also.
Join me on this journey! Learn its potential. When alone, use it keep you company as you get a project done. Let’s also recognize the value of sitting with friends and talking. Let’s take the time to be with each other, sit and listen. Let’s give to one another by opening our souls and discussing issues from the heart.
Gracias. A tu vida sana.