About Ámate Ahora

Have you ever had to deal with a difficult family illness? Are you caring for a loved one? Leticia Madrigal lost her father after suffering a heart attack caused by heatstroke. Years earlier her mom was told she had six months to live due to her unmanaged Type 2 Diabetes since then she’s transformed her health and her families health. It was during this difficult health encounter that she decided to Launch Ámate Ahora. She took this tragic event to be a voice for health in the community, and she will share with you how she was able to turn tragedy into power and peace of mind.

Love Yourself Now, Tomorrow May Be Too Late…
Leticia Madrigal, M.A. Principal Industrial-Organizational Psychologist at Madrigal Consulting, Championing Valvular Disease, On-Air Talent: Psychologist Advocate for Our Health, Nutritional Therapist, PIYO Fitness Instructor, and Writer. Leticia coined their mantra, Ámate Ahora, Mañana Puede Ser Muy Tarde. Her dad fell prey to a heat stroke and her mom after facing her mortality has a second chance to live. She turned this tragic event as a moment to bring power and peace by founding Ámate Ahora, Voices for Health. She is the National Spokeswoman for WomenHeart, the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease. Representing 43M women living with heart disease.

Ámate Ahora is mobilizing communities to come to terms with our health, to become health champions, and to exercise. Empowering families to be proactive worldwide. This talk tells the story of how she became a champion for health and why you should too.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

Register HERE.

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