Tia Mowry from 'Sister, Sister' Talks about Health, Happiness and Life in a New Interview
Tia Mowry Hardrict had a new interview where she talked about her latest project, which has to do with health. She also talked about life and happiness.
Tia Mowry shared a new update with fans on Instagram as she let them in on her latest interview with Haute Living.
During her exclusive chat, the mom-of-two talked about her health, lifestyle, and finding happiness.
Tia shared teased some of the content of her interview as she shared a slide video showing tidbits. She wrote in her caption:
"Thanks so much for the amazing article, @hauteliving…"
Describing the exclusive talk as "a great read," Mowry subtly got fans interested as many of them penned their excitement.
Fans would reckon that Mowry has always been open about a lot of things in her life, and her health issues were not hidden. The star actress launched her health line, "Anser" which makes multivitamins for women.
Mowry entered the wellness industry seeking to impact it on a large scale.
The "Sister Sister" alum discovered that she had endometriosis when she was 25-years-old. This is a condition that could result in infertility, among other defects.
HOW SHE TOOK CHARGE
Mowry told Haute Living that it wasn't easy coming to terms with such a condition, but she had to change her eating habits and opt for a healthier lifestyle.
By inputting more veggies into her meals, exercising, and performing yoga, Tia's health improved. According to her, her healthy decision helped her life.
With an improved lifestyle, Mowry felt she was equipped enough to help other women with health issues. The star actress launched her health line, "Anser" which makes multivitamins for women.
This self-care line focuses on hair skin and nails while she uses her platform to educate women on living healthier lives. Mowry entered the wellness industry seeking to impact it on a large scale.
Together with her health line, Tia teaches self-love, which she believes is the bedrock of self-care. According to her, the most significant "luxury of life" is her family because they help motivate and keep her going.