TikTok: ‘Mama lemonade’ fights anemia in popular social network

In June 2020, the Peruvian chef Fabiolla Peñaflor She realized that many mothers did not know exactly how to feed their children healthily. This motivated her to give tips and recipes to help combat anemia in boys. The journey of ‘Mamá Limonada’, as they affectionately call her, began in a blog and then jumped to social networks, now she has almost 105 thousand followers on TikTok.

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During the pandemic, he became a lifesaver for many mothers, he even published 6 books and will soon launch his new issue: How to make healthy birthdays without sweets or sugar?

“It is one thing for children to eat a sweet on a weekend, and that is fine, but it is not correct that this be daily, let us remember that children’s parties have returned with sweets, surprises and piñatas”said Fabiolla, who is now also focused on school lunch boxes.

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The success of his videos lies in the simplicity of his recipes and the fluid communication he maintains with his followers, he always answers questions and even makes videos explaining queries. “I would love to take everything I do to television to reach more corners of Peru. There are many mothers who do not have a cell phone, but do have a television, I would like to propose a daily menu, breakfast, lunch, dinner and lunch box. Maybe it could be called ‘Mama Lemonade to the rescue’ (laughs)”Peñaflor added.

You can follow her on Instagram and TikTok as Mama Limonada.

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This project started more than 4 years ago when they were in college, they first uploaded their videos to YouTube, but since they couldn’t be oblivious to the TikTok boom, they started posting their short videos on this social network.

The objective of this project, apart from showing the most remote places in Peru, is to empower women.
The objective of this project, apart from showing the most remote places in Peru, is to empower women.

With an Allinllachu (you’re fine, in Quechua) they start each video Nelyda Taype and Sheyla Mendez, two young women who have been promoting tourism in our country and revaluing Quechua, through his TikTok account, which already has almost 300 thousand followers. They are known as Las Traveleras.

This project started more than 4 years ago when they were in college, they first uploaded their videos to YouTube, but since they couldn’t be oblivious to the TikTok boom, they started posting their short videos on this social network. “First we refused to enter TikTok because we had gotten used to the other social networks. For example, on YouTube we used to make 25-minute videos and now reduce it to 30 seconds or one minute, we thought it wouldn’t be possible. But, for us, nothing is impossible, so we opened our account and became the pioneers of travel content on TikTok”Nelly remembers.

In the videos that we find on their social network, places not so well known stand out, such as: San Jerónimo de Surco, San Ignacio Lima, Huaros, Mortero Waterfall, Cumbe, Matucana and Valle Carrión. They seek to show these points so that other Peruvians and tourists can enjoy these tourist attractions.

“The objective of this project, apart from showing the most remote places in Peru, is to empower women, show them that we can travel alone and invite them to leave their comfort zone. For this reason, we give tips and a lot of information about the places we visit, we even give some recommendations that we discover along the way”reveals Sheyla, who also highlights the good vibes they reflect and the enthusiasm they feel when traveling.

You can follow them on all their social networks such as: Las Traveleras.

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