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Marieli Sbardelotto

Our Positive Woman is Marieli Sbardelotto, nutritionist, model, mother, content producer for social media and wife of podcaster Rogério Vilela. Marieli tells us how she started her career and states that given the difficulties she faced during her modeling career, she intends to help many patients gain independence in eating in a light and effective way. “My career as a nutritionist began when I decided to become a mother. I thought that my career as a model was over because of the pregnancy and I needed a job that I could do for the rest of my life. I was already involved in the world of healthy eating through social media, sharing practical and nutritious food tips. I didn't think twice and decided that nutrition was my destiny. Today I combine both careers with motherhood”, she says. “My biggest dream is to be able to help as many people as possible to achieve food independence, healthy without restrictions and very lightly. I have already helped more than 500 people and I hope to multiply this number more and more. Bringing joy to my patients and a healthier, more balanced life is priceless. It’s one of my greatest joys”, he adds.




1. How did your career start?

My career as a nutritionist began when I decided to become a mother. I thought that my career as a model was over because of the pregnancy and I needed a job that I could do for the rest of my life. I was already involved in the world of healthy eating through social media, sharing practical and nutritious food tips. I didn't think twice and decided that nutrition was my destiny. Today I combine both careers with motherhood.


2. How is the Marieli Sbardelotto Clinic business model formatted?

My specialization is in behavioral nutrition, precisely to help people with eating disorders similar to the ones I had during my career in fashion. This area needs a lot of empathy and love, which I think I have in abundance to welcome my patients in the best way possible.


3. What was the most difficult moment in your career?

My training was very turbulent as I needed to work abroad, take care of a newborn and get my dream training. For several moments I believed that I would not be capable and would not be able to handle a new profession. But thanks to my determination and intense support from my family and husband, I managed to finish my degree and start my dream profession as a nutritionist from scratch.


4. How do you manage to balance your personal life x corporate/entrepreneurial life?

I am very critical of my work and my life as a mother. I always had in mind that I needed to be able to handle both my choices very well. Opting out of one or the other was never an option, so I chose times where I could fit in and take care of my patients without affecting my son's routine as well. I have a schedule that I follow exactly from Monday to Friday, I have fixed times for appointments, content production and family life. This organization is what helps me organize everything in the best way possible. And it has worked out very well, thank God.


5. What is your biggest dream?

My biggest dream is to be able to help as many people as possible to achieve healthy eating independence without restrictions and with great ease. I have already helped more than 500 people and I hope to multiply this number more and more. Bringing joy to my patients and a healthier, more balanced life is priceless. It is one of my greatest joys.


6. What is your greatest achievement?

My greatest achievement was starting a profession from scratch and conquering my dream space with lots of love and satisfactory results. Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that this would be possible and I am very grateful every day for having chosen a profession where I can help so many people!


7. Book, film and woman you admire.

My favorite film in my life is TITANIC, it tells the story of a strong and determined woman who doesn't give up on her dreams and her love because of what others will think about it. This is very strong and admirable even today. A film so old that it still shows us a lot. There is a book that really impacted me and that I love called “I Let You Go”. It tells the story of a woman who has always lived in the shadows of her husband and was involved in an accident that changed her entire story. Despite her fear and insecurities, she did not let her husband's story condemn her and fought to bring the truth and freedom she dreamed of. Lady Dy is one of the most admirable women I know, Lady Dy broke royal protocols in favor of everything she believed in, for example when she shook hands with an HIV patient to show people that contact did not transmit the disease. Among other admirable things, LADY DY did not accept a fated marriage just to comply with a protocol. He fought for the sake of his children and their values ​​until his fateful death.  Something unimaginable at that time, for her it was simply what had to be done and nothing stopped her. Lady Dy taught a lot about women's fighting and I hope that these values ​​are carried forward for many, many years to come.


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