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Be Ambitious
Nourishing Your Body with Better Ingredients and God's Word with Michelle Powell

Be Ambitious

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 41:01


Michelle Powell is the founder of the site Live Well. Serve Well. com where she equips others to nourish their life with better ingredients and God's word. In the last year, she decided to pivot her personal training business and launch her virtual whole-body wellness brand. Michelle focuses on teaching others to make simple ingredient swaps, so they can continue to eat the foods they love without all the inflammatory ingredients. In addition to running her at-home online business, Michelle enjoys life with her husband and three kiddos in Southern California.   In This Episode:  Michelle dives into what Whole Body Wellness looks like and means to her and for her clients  Anti-inflammatory ingredient swaps you can make today Grocery shopping tips  How Michelle equips and encourages women with weekly Biblically focused devotionals  How to build your relationship with the Lord   Quotable moments: “There is a difference between knowing who God is and having a relationship with Him!” "Struggles are a good thing - you are putting yourself in a position for GROWTH." "Our pain is not wasted, our work is not done in vain."  "Do not just be hearers of God's word but doers as well!!"   Connect with Michelle:  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livewell.servewell/ Website: https://livewellservewell.com/    

The Dr. Kinney Show
92: Why Nourishing Your Body With Whole Foods Is Crucial for Your Health & Well-Being with Morgan Mills

The Dr. Kinney Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 17:24


Are you feeling stuck when it comes to your health journey?  A mistake that a lot of women make when it comes to their health is restricting their calories too much, which inevitably leads to overeating. I have spoken on this topic many times on the show because it is something I see so often with my patients.  Society tells women that this is the way to become healthy and in turn, women's bodies start to fall apart due to not getting the proper nutrition. By eating healthy, nutritious foods, you're going to lose weight, drastically improve your health, and feel amazing.  In this episode of The Dr. Kinney show, I sat down with my right-hand sidekick, Morgan Mills. Morgan had a similar struggle with overexercising and binge eating but has since found a healthy balance and feels better than ever. In this episode, she shares her journey through it all and what she does now to help patients take control of their health. Morgan is a Certified Holistic nutritionist and health coach with AFPA.  Lover of all things health and wellness, Morgan has spent the past 12 years studying and staying up to date in the health and wellness field, helping her gain the knowledge she is able to share with her clients today. Tune in to learn more about disordered eating, the benefits of whole foods, gut health, blood sugar, losing weight without counting calories, and so much more.  Show notes available at www.drerinkinney.com/92   Resources Mentioned:  Learn how you can work with Morgan: https://drerinkinney.com/holistic-health-providers/ Follow Morgan on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/morganmills0410   I would love to connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrKinneyND  I would love to connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drkinney

Ivy Unleashed
93. The Key to Energy, Healing & Intentionally Nourishing Your Body

Ivy Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 24:33


One of the biggest barriers to Gold Ivy's coaching clients' progress with weight loss, energy, confidence, and healing is a lack of planning… more specifically, MEAL PLANNING. And the execution of setting aside time and creating a process for meal planning is a game changer for improving endless aspects of their clients' lives. Since Andrea & Brooke love to make life easier for their clients, followers, and listeners they created a meal planning template Nourish with Gold Ivy- Meal Planning Template. In this episode Andrea & Brooke discuss their process and struggles with meal planning, timesaving tips, and break down how to use the template so that you can access the key to energy, healing, and intentionally nourishing your body. Promotions: P&TY Granola Co.: https://www.ptygranolacompany.com/shop Nourish with Gold Ivy- Meal Planning Template: Find Gold Ivy Health Co. and resources mentioned- Website- https://goldivyhealthco.com/blog/Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/goldivyhealthco/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/Gold-Ivy-Health-Co-103783871542834TikTok- https://www.tiktok.com/@goldivyhealthco?lang=enYouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXBMqcMHUwkToYb-kkAuD_w#mealplanning #nourish #energy #healing #timemanagment #momtips #healthyfood #foodplanning #foodprepping #nourishwithgoldivy #groceryshopping #goldivyhealthco #ivyunleashedpodcast #ivyunleashed #ivyleague #applepodcast #spotifypodcast #youtubepodcast #inspiration #motivation #selfidentity #behaviorchange #holistichealth #healthcoach #personaltrainer #wordsofwisdom #watchmegrow #listenandlearn #needtoknow #whatilearned #wellness #lifestyle #healthandwellnessSupport the show

Be Ye Lifted
9-11-2022 Recommitment to Our Services Post Acute Pandemic - Like the Queen of England

Be Ye Lifted

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 21:01


Even the Queen of England, God rest her soul, gave 100% of herself to her people.  We can do and it isn't easy.  Nourishing, engaging, and serving one another, WE CAN DO IT!Support the show

Luscious Hustle
452. How to Eat Based on Your Human Design

Luscious Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 35:24


In this episode, Betsy and Laura tackle the topic of food and nourishment based on the science of your Human Design Energy Type.  Tune in as they explore the topics of bio-individuality, their personal experiences with disordered eating, and the very different ways that each energy type is designed to eat. [2:00] Nourishing yourself based on your energy type. [6:00] Honoring your bio-individuality. [12:00] Eating for Projectors, Manifestors & Reflectors. [24:45] Eating for Generators & Manifesting Generators. [30:00] The relationship between food and desire. PODCAST RESOURCES: New to human design? Grab your FREE Human Design Chart HERE.   Own Your Aura: FREE Guide to the Science of Your Energy  CLICK HERE Star Strategy Session: A 75-minute Private Human Design Reading with Laura  Book HERE Soul Attunement Session: our 90-min Level 2 HD Reading with Betsy Book HERE

Sacred Sister Podcast
6.19 Rites of Passage: Weaving Story, Song + Ceremony with Marya Stark

Sacred Sister Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 73:17


In this weeks episode we discuss the significant chapters and transformations we experience in life through rites of passage and how we can embody and express those changes through storytelling, song + ceremony with Marya Stark. Marya Stark is a vocalist, composer, performer, and multi-instrumentalist. She is a discoverer of archetypes, storyteller, bard, and muse. As a multi-media enchantress, she creates the way she breathes; without choice or hesitation. She is a carrier of myth, mystery, and medicine songs with which she embarks to create a ceremony of the human experience, taking her audience on lucid journey's through the caverns of the soul. Marya's love of mysticism, psyche and sound healing led her to become a Music Therapist. This training catalyzed Marya into a period of prolific songwriting, documenting her own coming of age and exploration of the mythopoetic universe. In this powerful episode we explore: Telling our story through song Landing inside wisdom Blessing through song Connecting to unborn spirits through music therapy Gaining awareness of + questioning beliefs that have been passed down to us Reclaiming your power Nourishing our souls through deliberate presence + self compassion Healing trauma + trusting intuition Understanding your life path through astrology Learning tools for pivoting away from self deception & much more! Connect with Marya Stark more deeply: Website Instagram @maryastark Marya's upcoming launches: Voice Of My Womb FREE MASTERCLASS - Sept 20th. To register visit https://www.templeofthemuse.com/vow-rpp-free-webinar Voice Of My Womb - Oct 18th. To apply visit https://www.templeofthemuse.com/voice-of-my-womb-rose-petalled-path Marya will be opening for all of Alya Nereos Fall West Coast Tour. To see tour cities and purchase tickets visit aylanereo.com Follow + Support Sacred Sister Podcast: Sacred Sister Podcast Instagram @sacredsisterpodcast Share with your Sacred Brothers, Sisters + Beings. You never know how much a simple share can impact someones day, world, life

My Body, My Bump, My Baby
Nourishing Moments: The Most Nutrient Dense Foods

My Body, My Bump, My Baby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 6:20


Ever wonder how to get the biggest bang for your buck in nutrients? Ty Beal, researcher, recently published a paper detailing the top foods that provide the most dense micronutrients for the human population.In this study, it is estimated that 1.6 BILLION children and women of childbearing age worldwide are deficient in 1+ micronutrients. So what can you do to maximize your nutrient intake for both you and your little ones? Listen up!

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
5779 Steve Harper Interviews Christina Marino Certified Holistic and Functional Medicine Coach at Nourishing Unicorn

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 28:13


Steve Harper Interviews Christina Marino Certified Holistic and Functional Medicine Coach at Nourishing Unicorn -- www.nourishingunicorn.comhttps://onlineradiobox.com/search?cs=us.pbnnetwork1&q=podcast%20business%20news%20network&c=ushttps://mytuner-radio.com/search/?q=business+news+networkhttps://streema.com/radios/search/?q=podcast+business+news+network

The Millennial Nutritionist
044: Nourishing Yourself and Your Child Postpartum with TMN Coach Hannah

The Millennial Nutritionist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 39:20


There isn't a lot that is easy after having a baby. Your body is going through a ridiculous amount of hormonal fluctuations, not to mention healing itself, all while learning to navigate parenthood on very little sleep. That's why it is so important to nourish yourself and your child with nutritious food. TMN Coach Hannah Abdulla, BS, RD is joining us to share key tips on how to make nutrition a seamless part of your day postpartum. The habits you establish with your child early on will influence their nutritional preferences later. Hannah is a registered dietitian and is currently working towards her MS in Nutrition Science. As a parent herself, Hannah knows firsthand how parenthood impacts your health and wellness journey. Join our Millennial Living Membership for healthy recipes, grocery lists, monthly challenges, and more! https://themillennialnutritionist.com/membership In this episode you'll learn… That everyone's bodies handle pregnancy differently. Don't get caught up in Instagram reels of women looking amazing postpartum. There is no one diet that will target a specific part of the body. Instead, eating a balanced, nutritious diet will help you reach a healthy weight, boost your immune system, and increase your energy. How to incorporate your newborn baby into your everyday activities. If you're headed to the store, put the baby in a baby carrier and bring them with you. If you're slicing up an avocado for your lunch, give half to your baby (if they are ready for food). It isn't necessary to create a separate life for your baby, integrate them in your current life. When your kids are older, involve them in the cooking process. No need to make separate meals for each member of your family. When you eat a balanced nutritious diet, your kids will too. Remember just because your child doesn't like a certain food upon first taste, doesn't mean they will never like it. Introduce foods a number of times at various points in their life. Hi! I'm Illa (MS, RDN) and I am a Registered Dietitian who provides weight loss coaching for millennials. There are so many health companies and fad diets out there that want to convince you to buy their products, but I'm here to show you that you don't need any products to lose weight! It just takes a little behavior change and food tracking. The Millennial Nutritionist is a private practice dedicated to helping people lose weight and build better health habits to support their busy lifestyles. We offer a 3-month Lifestyle Reset Program and a monthly Millennial Living Membership to support you with your goals! Learn more about our programs at https://themillennialnutritionist.com/services. Connect with us!: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.millennial.nutritionist/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@millennialnutritionist Website: https://themillennialnutritionist.com/

Moments of Clarity
3.8 'Opening our Hearts and Minds to a Life Nourishing Story' with Gilbert Rochecouste

Moments of Clarity

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 64:53


Gilbert Rochecouste is the Founder and Managing Director of Australia's premier placemaking consultancy group, Village Well. He is recognised locally and internationally as a leading voice in placemaking, regenerative practice and the creation of vibrant, resilient and loved places. Gilbert truly is the best in the business and has worked with over 2,000 cities, towns, main streets and communities over the past 25 years. Although, Gilbert has worked across Australia and the world, Melbourne has been the beneficiary of his projects with it's laneways, markets, suburban main streets and even the incredible Abbotsford Convent protected and revitalised by his work. Gilbert co-founded the EPOCH Foundation promoting the adoption of business ethics. He has been on the boards of Ross House, Donkey Wheel House Trust and Hub Australia. He is a sought after speaker and facilitator for community engagement activities and an agent provocateur of positive change and inspiration.   Links https://www.gilbertrochecouste.com/ https://www.villagewell.org/ https://www.broadsheet.com.au/melbourne/art-and-design/article/curious-world-gilbert-rochecouste https://www.linkedin.com/in/gilbert-rochecouste-7a556325 https://www.epochinstitute.com.au/ Joanna Macy - https://www.joannamacy.net/main Joseph Campbell's The Hero's Journey https://www.jcf.org/works/titles/the-heros-journey-book/ Hugh Mackay - A Crisis of Meaning https://www.panmacmillan.com.au/author/hugh-mackay/ Viv's Place https://www.launchhousing.org.au/vivs-place-safe-supported-housing https://www.rumi.org.uk/poetry/   Time Stamps 0:00 - 8:17 Introduction with Matt and Toby 8:18 - 38:02 Part 1 with Gilbert Rochecouste 38:03 - 63:39 Part 2 with Gilbert Rochecouste 63:40 - 64:53 Outro   Thank you to the team at Ex-Zero for our branding and design work and to Christian Prochilo for our music and sound editing. Thank you so much for listening to Moments of Clarity. Remember to subscribe, review and share episodes with your friends and family. You can also check out our Instagram page @momentsofclaritypodcast or our website at www.moc-pod.com.  

The Positive Pants Podcast
What To Do When You're Feeling Wobbly With Uncertainty

The Positive Pants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 12:18


Show note links: Join The Positive Pants Toolkit App & Community https://franexcell.com/positive-pants-toolkit-app Freebies: Grab your FREE ‘Stressed To Success' meditation: https://bit.ly/stressedtosuccess  Book in a free discovery call: https://calendly.com/franexcell/20min Ways to work with me: 1:1: https://franexcell.com/work-with-me SOS! (Success Over Stress) Group Programme (Coming back Spring 2022!) Join The Positive Pants Toolkit App & Community https://franexcell.com/positive-pants-toolkit-app The Mentorship 6 month programme: https://beyondthedawnblog.com/the-mentorship/ (Next Cohort June 2022) Products: Grab Your 365 day Gratitude Journal on Amazon:https://bit.ly/365daygratitude  Grab Your Positive Pants Firmly On Notebook:https://bit.ly/positivepantsonbook  To sign up for The Positive Pants Planner Waitlist: https://bit.ly/pppimwaiting  Contact: Make sure you're following me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/imfranexcell/ and tag me into your key takeaways! Email me at hello@franexcell.com with any questions or take aways! For more, head over to: www.franexcell.com/ What To Do When You're Feeling Wobbly About Uncertainty   Are you feeling on a wobbly footing with all the uncertainty that's surrounding society at the moment?   It's something that's not to be ignored because as we know, our unconscious thoughts and feelings are always driving our behaviour.    So if our inner voice is one of stress, panic and uncertainty then it's going to have an effect on our work one way or the other.   It'll also have an effect on our relationships and our health long term.   Here in the UK the death of our Queen, even though she was the grand age of 96, sent shockwaves of sorrow.   She has been a constant in our lives.   With her passing comes a new King and at this point nobody knows what that could mean long term. I'm sure he doesn't even know yet!   It's all too easy to get set into the ‘what if's' and as story making and meaning making machines our brains will be going into overdrive creating stories right now if left unchecked.    Naturally as humans we're really not wired to love change and uncertainty to put it mildly.   We're wired to avoid ‘new'. To repeat ‘familiar'. So the collective energy is feeling heavy.   We've had the pandemic, followed by a huge amount of political turmoil, we've got the cost of living crisis, talk of recession and soaring bills and now the loss of the queen and a new King.   It's totally natural if people feel discombobulated.   So what do we do to try and find some firm footing when we feel very much on shaky ground?   You won't be surprised by some of the things I say here because I've always been banging the same drum because after 8 years of intensive study, multiple qualifications in multiple trauma informed modalities and working directly with people. I know what works.    If I ever feel on wobbly ground, which I do because I'm human and life happens, these are my go tos.    I practice what I preach.   So, what do we do first?   Notice how YOU feel, and focus on that.    Don't get dragged into other people's ‘shoulds'.     As a society it's become all too easy to project or opinion onto others, vocally and publicly.    People LOVE to tell you what to think and how to feel. They project their ‘stuff' onto you. They blanket generalise that if they think something that must be how everyone thinks or you're a bad human.    It's rubbish.    Yes we need to be able to critically analyse our own thoughts, feelings and beliefs that's hugely important. Always be open to learning and the ability to change your mind but you have to deal in truth with yourself about what YOU believe.    What are your thoughts at the moment?   What are the stories?   How influenced are you being by the loudest opinions and how does that feel?    What do YOU think, believe and feel?  Is it yours or something you've picked up from someone else.  Figure out the stories around the uncertainty. What are you telling yourself is going to happen?  What could you do NOW to make sure it doesn't?   I did a practical episode last week because so often we overlook the practical because we're caught up in our thoughts and feelings.    We overlook the ways we have control over our experience.   Which leads me nicely onto what I do next.   Ask, what do you have control over?   This is so huge and so easily overlooked. Is there anything practical that you can actually do to change the way you're thinking, feeling or shift the stories you're telling yourself?   What ACTION can you take?    Allow yourself to think outside the box here.    Instead of catastrophising focus on the short term and be in the present.  There simply are a lot of unknowns at the moment. We're all in that boat.   Practicing mindfulness is a great way to do this. You are literally TRAINING your brain to be in the present moment. You're wiring it in. With that neural pathway naturally comes less catastrophising and ‘what-if-ing'.  The ability to be present allows you to be in your prefrontal cortex too. Conscious. Rational. We like that!   I know I bang this drum a lot but you simply have to look after yourself as a priority. Your internal world is the one you're in the vast majority of the time and if you're not looking after that and your physical world it causes problems elsewhere.    Making sure you're in the best possible place you can be is never not going to be helpful.   The better place you're in the better you can show up for others too. Don't underestimate how much of an impact you not firing on all cylinders can create.    Actually supporting yourself in the best way you can. Nourishing food, plenty of water, regular exercise. The basics that such a huge percentage of the population ignores.   Learn to tolerate discomfort. This is something you can train yourself to do.     Get comfortable being uncomfortable. You're always going to feel that sense of discomfort when you're trying to do anything outside of your familiar patterns.    Learn to send cues of safety in your body. Breathe, EFT, Heartmath, movement. The usual things that soothe and calm an aroused nervous system.   Seek joy.  Goodness me I feel like this has fallen to the wayside in the last few years for a lot of people. I think people are feeling stuck doing things that they aren't loving or NOT doing things they do love because of stories around sunk cost fallacy and time pressure. It's time we MAKE time for things that bring us joy.    Let go of hustle culture and tune into what's REALLY most important to you.    Take time offline.  I was really happy to see how many people actually took a proper break over the summer. I do feel though like people have come back with a ‘refreshed and raring to go' attitude…which is great…but not if that's the very thing that caused you to need such a big break in the first place. It's just going back for more of the same.   How can we allow ourselves to embrace a little bit of a slower pace if that's what we really want? Without feeling the pressure of random judgement from random people. Let it go.   Don't bottle up your feelings.  You'd be hard pushed to find anybody who hasn't had the slightest wobble or struggle over the last few years so please know you're absolutely not alone.  The more we normalise talking about it the easier life gets.   The certainty of worry can be addictive. It's familiar. Predictable. Rehearsed and repeated.  Your brain releases dopamine through ‘certainty' so you literally get rewarded for worrying.   In terms of feeling better in yourself and managing what life has to throw at you it often comes back to the simplest of things that are the easiest to ignore.   Regulating your emotions. Looking after your nervous system. Challenging the automatic thoughts and stories. Using the cognitive AND the somatic tools and techniques. Brain AND body.   It's not rocket science, it just goes against most of our natural automatic programming so it feels harder until it's habitual.    That's how habits work. They take more energy before they conserve them.   So if you've been feeling a little on the wobbly side please don't beat yourself up. It's been a crazy rollercoaster of a few years.    Focus on what's within your control right now.    Be honest about what you really want and let go of self judgement.    Focus on the present moment and look after yourself.    Don't future-trip on worst case scenarios.    You find solid ground by creating it within yourself. Wobbles and uncertainty are a natural part of life.    You're doing great.   Fx

End Eating Disorders
Dr James Greenblatt: Nourishing the Brain and Nurturing the Mind

End Eating Disorders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 43:27


In this episode Millie chats to Dr James Greenblatt. A pioneer in the field of functional and integrative medicine, board-certified child and adult psychiatrist Dr Greenblatt has treated patients since 1988. He currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, Massachusetts. Dr. Greenblatt has lectured internationally on the scientific evidence for nutritional interventions in psychiatry and mental illness and he is also the author of seven books. Dr. Greenblatt was inducted into the Orthomolecular Hall of Fame in 2017 by the International Society of Orthomolecular Medicine. He is also the founder of Psychiatry Redefined, an educational platform dedicated to the transformation of psychiatry, which offers online courses, webinars and fellowships for professionals. They discuss how nutritional deficiencies affect brain function, the importance of early intervention, rethinking anorexia as a “metabo-psychiatric” disorder, the flaws in using BMI as a measure of health, Malorexia and the importance of nourishing the brain and nurturing the mind. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

SuperPower Up! | Super Power Kids | Sex, Love and SuperPowers | SuperPowers of the Soul

How can we shift the societal mindset about what it means to have nourishing motherhood? In this episode of Superpowers of the Soul, Amorahki chats with Alasen Zarndt. Alasen is known as The Nutrition Doula, breaking out of old paradigms in motherhood, “she who sacrifices the most, loves the most.” She will discuss how to tweak society's view on motherhood — a sacrifice rather than deep nourishment. It takes a whole person, physically, spiritually, and emotionally to raise amazing little humans. Listen in and discover how to embrace the nourishing mindset, which indicates that mothers deserve to be cared for.

My Last Meal with Chef Alisa
“It's All Connected”: From Packed Pita Lunches to Nourishing and Protecting Ourselves with Fashion Icon and Entrepreneur Melody Ehsani

My Last Meal with Chef Alisa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 45:44


"Your body is your vehicle. If you want to grow...your body has to come along." On this week's episode, Chef chops it up with fashion icon, creative director, and entrepreneur Melody Ehsani. They touch on many topics, including the story about taking Iranian leftovers in Tupperware for school lunch every day as a child– kids can be ruthless. Melody shares the process of altering her career from law to work in the creative arts and the delights that came with her move. An outright fun episode that is full of gems! Produced by Dear Media

The Dating Den
With Dr. Megan Rossi: Don't Make Those Last 10 Pounds the Reason You Aren't Dating

The Dating Den

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 38:05


Marni welcomes Dr. Megan Rossi, aka The Gut Health Doctor, into the Life Check Yourself studio. As a Registered Dietician, Dr. Rossi is one of the most influential gut health specialists in the world. She is a nutritionist, a leading research fellow at King's College in London, and the founder of the Gut Health Clinic. Her book, The Gut Health Doctor: An Easy-to-Digest Guide to Health from the Inside Out, is a must-read for those looking to be their best self.   Takeaways from this episode:   Nourishing the brain through the gut Health benefits of pre and probiotics Should we eat superfoods? Tips for adding plants to a diet   How Food Connects to Our Emotional Wellbeing [2:10]   Nutrition has systemic benefits for every organ in our body. Gut bacteria do more than people realize. So what we feed them has a direct cause on how they can help us. Nutritionists today understand much better than in the past the connection between the gut and the brain. Hence the term gut instinct.   Food can not only taste amazing it can also do amazing things for the body. Megan shares the key principles of her book, How to Eat More Plants, and explains the difference between prebiotics and probiotics.   30-Plant Points a Week [12:07]   Megan shares findings from a U.S. research study that found people who ate more than 30 different plants a week had better gut health than those that ate the same ten veggies on repeat. It didn't matter if the person was a vegan or omnivore. It was the plant diversity that made the difference. Each different type of plant has hundreds of benefits for different gut bacteria.   If you only ate superfoods you would limit your bacterial diversity.   Tips for Adding Extra Plants to a Diet [22:19]   In her book, The Gut Health Doctor: An Easy-to-Digest Guide to Health from the Inside Out, Megan offers tips and tricks that help add more plants to a diet. It includes a 28-day plant challenge, how to consume legumes without bloating, and recipes that add plants to everyday meals without a hassle.   Make a Connection: Visit Our Website Join our Ignite Your Life event! Happening October 14‒16 2022! Learn How To Attract Your Perfect Equal… Watch Our Latest Training Here! Follow Along On Marni and Jeremy's Radical Living Challenge! Download A Complimentary Copy Of Our Book — How To Find A Quality Guy Without Going On 200 Dates How to Eat More Plants: Transform Your Health with 30 Plant-Based Foods per Week (and Why It's Easier Than You Think)    

Non-Diet Yogi
Ep 31. Moontime Nutrition Part 1: Nourishing Your Menstrual Phase

Non-Diet Yogi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 38:09


The cyclical nature of your menstrual cycle communicates your constantly changing needs: physically, mentally and emotionally. The Menstrual Phase starts from the first to the last day of bleeding, lasting around 3 to 7 days.  Here are my top tips for deeply nourishing yourself during this phase, nutritionally and otherwise. It might not be what you think!This is first in a series of four on nourishing yourself throughout your entire hormonal cycle.LINKS:Support the pod! BONUS episodes and exclusive goodies for subscribers:https://www.patreon.com/nondietyogiRead this as an article online: https://www.funkyforest.com.au/blog/moontime-nutrition-part-1-nourishing-your-menstrual-phaseCasey's website: https://www.funkyforest.com.auCasey's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/funkyforesthealthCasey's Instagram: @funky.forest.health    https://www.instagram.com/funky.forest.health/Non-Diet Yogi Instagram: @nondietyogi    https://www.instagram.com/nondietyogi/Grab your copy of my free e-book The Modern Yogi's BS-Free Guide to Wellbeing!https://www.funkyforest.com.au/a-modern-yogis-bs-free-guide-to-wellbeing.htmlSupport the show

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
5707 Steve Harper Interviews Christina Marino Certified Holistic and Functional Medicine Coach at Nourishing Unicorn

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 28:09


Steve Harper Interviews Christina Marino Certified Holistic and Functional Medicine Coach at Nourishing Unicorn -- www.nourishingunicorn.comhttps://onlineradiobox.com/search?cs=us.pbnnetwork1&q=podcast%20business%20news%20network&c=ushttps://mytuner-radio.com/search/?q=business+news+networkhttps://streema.com/radios/search/?q=podcast+business+news+network

The Girl Unfiltered Podcast
Nourishing Your Business And Your Gut Health - with Eli Brecher

The Girl Unfiltered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 46:40


Today we have a nutritionist and expert on gut health joining us to share how you can give yourself (and your business!) a boost of sustained energy and nourishment. Eli Brecher is an expert in gut health and her mission is to help people optimise their nutrition and overcome digestive issues, so that they can take back control of their health and live life to its fullest potential.  I feel like this is such an important and exciting aspect of how all of us can take care of our inner health and create more abundance from the inside out!   LINKS AND RESOURCES Watch My Free Money Magnet Bootcamp: https://bit.ly/join-my-money-magnet-bootcamp Download My Money Magnet Meditation: https://bit.ly/helena-abundance-meditation   TODAY'S GUEST:   Eli's Website: https://elibrecher.co.uk/ Eli's Granola: www.elisgranola.co.uk FREE Morning Routine & Breakfast eBook: https://payhip.com/b/w4Rjv  

Finding Your Village
Episode 115: Nourishing Your Postpartum Body with Herbs: Interview with Sara Marie Miller

Finding Your Village

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 33:59


Thank you so much for listening. In today's show we are going to be talking about Nourishing Your Postpartum Body with Herbs. Our guest to discuss this is Sara Marie Miller. Sara is a postpartum doula, clinical herbalist, nutritionist., artist and podcast host of Thyme in the Studio. She is passionate about supporting womb wellness and focuses on boosting perinatal wellness with nourishment, rest, creativity and self-compassion. She is also an overnight doula and baby whisperer and is great at helping newborns learn to sleep better.In this episode we discuss: Sara's background and how she got into herbalismHelpful foods and spices to incorporate into your postpartum dietHow postpartum can impact your nervous systemSome herbs and adaptogens that are helpful for postpartum peopleShatavariRed raspberry leafMotherwortChamomileOat StrawSeaweedMake some herbal sprinkles!Recommendations on where to buy quality herbsHow to get in touch with Sara:WebsitePodcastMaking Food Your Medicine Course!How to get in touch with me: NEW: $29 Birth ClassGet the Postpartum Online Class!Follow me on Instagram and on TikTokFind other episodes at: www.findingyourvillage.com/podcastUse code: FYVPODCAST to save 15% on the Postpartum course at www.pregnancytopreschool.netSupport the show

Discover Christian Church
The Nourishing Rhythm of Slowing Down & Connecting

Discover Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 40:52


For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture
Matt Croasmun / Nourishing Mutual Encounter: Food, Meals, and the Hunger for Home in the Gospel of Luke

For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 52:38


Food and meals are hidden in plain sight throughout the Bible, providing a background context for Christian spirituality and flourishing. Matt Croasmun joins me on the podcast today to talk about his new book co-authored with Miroslav Volf, The Hunger for Home: Food and Meals in the Gospel of Luke. For them, a meal is a site of nourishing mutual encounter. It's this definition of a meal that makes that riddle work I think. It's also incredibly illuminating (and even delightfully surprising, really) to consider how that nourishing mutual encounter—a meal—provide a context that spans thousands of years and the whole of human history from creation to fall to redemption. It can all be understood as a site of nourishing mutual encounter with God, family, neighbor, world—everything. From the fruitful multiplying of living creatures to the forbidden fruit—from the passover seder, manna from heaven, water from the rocks, and feasts in the fields—to the Lord's table prepared before our enemies, turning water into wine, multiplying loaves and fish—from the Last Supper before the Crucifixion, and the final wedding supper of the Lamb. It's all a meal that we hunger for always; it's a meal that wherever we are, we're still home.This episode was made possible in part by the generous support of the Tyndale House Foundation. For more information, visit tyndale.foundation.AboutMatt Croasmun (PhD, Yale University) is Associate Research Scholar at the Yale Center for Faith and Culture. He is the co-author, with Miroslav Volf, of For the Life of the World and The Hunger for Home and directs the Yale Life Worth Living Initiative. Follow him on Twitter @MattCroasmun.Show NotesBuy the book: The Hunger for Home: Food and Meals in the Gospel of Luke (Enter 17FALL22 for 20% off + Free Shipping)What is home?What is hunger?Jesus fasting in the wilderness: "One does not live by bread alone..."The human needs bread that is not only bread.Word and world is one thing. Allow your bread to become an encounter with the creator of all good things.Life, staying sustained, and feastingMaterial life, sustained by the life of the LordFalse choice: word or bread. It's actually one thing, issuing from the mouth of the Lord.Sinners at the Table: "The only kind of meals are meals among sinners.""Sinners all."Jesus dines with sinners because he's a doctor who comes to heal sinners. We dine with sinners because we're all patients of that doctor.Rich and Poor at the TableThe eschatological feastThe Rich Man and LazarusThe Unjust Steward (or, The Dishonest Manager)"We're looking for homes to be invited into. And it may be the poor who have these homes."MutualityLeveraging houses and the wealth they represent for entry into homes.The Last Supper / Eucharist"Made known in the breaking of bread"The Road to Emmaus: "We had hoped that he was the one to redeem Israel."Jesus as the ultimate Bible Study Leader: "The best bible study ever."The eucharist is making sense later.Recognition: It wasn't the bible study with Jesus on the road. It was the meal.Norman Wirzba, Food & Faith"Made known in the breaking of bread"Production NotesThis podcast featured Matt CroasmunEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaSpecial thanks to David Aycock and Baylor University PressA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give

Don't Salt My Game | With Laura Thomas, PhD
Can I Have Another Snack? - 01: Nourishing Myself with Laxmi Hussain

Don't Salt My Game | With Laura Thomas, PhD

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 76:07


Our very first guest on the Can I Have Another Snack? pod is artist Laxmi Hussain whose stunning work depicts the softness of bodies and the tenderness of early motherhood. We talk about her postpartum experience, and how, even as a mother of three, her instincts were undermined and gaslit. We talk about how new mothers (especially pandemic mums) are repeatedly let down and dismissed. Laxmi shares her experiences of sharing her studio with a toddler and how he has become part of her process. We then go on to discuss her family's food culture and her own relationship to food and appetite. Lastly, we consider all the ways that our kids are told there is something fundamentally wrong with them, and how we as parents can give them the tools to develop resilience to these messages. Also, just a heads up that this will be the final episode coming through the DSMG feed, so make sure to subscribe to the new Can I Have Another Snack? pod to catch all the new episodes! Find out more about Laxmi here Follow her work on Instagram here Buy her art here (and buy one for me while you're at it!) Follow Laura on Instagram here Check out the Can I Have Another Snack? pod here. Subscribe to the Can I Have Another Snack? Substack here.

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast
Ep 206 - Nourishing the community with locally sourced produce with Emmy Feingold from The Sweet Potato Kitchen

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 26:27


Ep 206 - Nourishing the community with locally sourced produce with Emmy Feingold from The Sweet Potato Kitchen Organic. Seasonal. Local. These three words weird clearly define the priorities that this week's guest places on who and how she cooks her nourishing food. Working out of the Worksmith development kitchen in Collingwood, Victoria, founder of The Sweet Potato Kitchen Emmy Feingold focuses on low-tox, high-quality organic produce that's treated with respect and cooked in a way that's easy to digest while still retaining all the beautiful flavours that nature intended.  She loves to cook the same food for herself, her loved ones and the people in my community and it is a pleasure to have her as a guest on this week's podcast, hosted by Ash Ellis. In this podcast they discuss: -How she started in the industry -The joy of cooking for others and how that has come from her heritage -Emmy's journey as a vegetarian -How she has battled with her gut issues and made it a passion for her work -Her clientele for the brand   -Plans for the future of Sweet Potato Kitchen Please find our guest information here: Website: https://cookaborough.com/customer/cookprofile/99/menu/5201?referrer=direct (https://cookaborough.com/customer/cookprofile/99/menu/5201?referrer=direct) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesweetpotatokitchen/ (https://www.instagram.com/thesweetpotatokitchen/) Please find us here at POH: Website: https://principleofhospitality.com/ (https://principleofhospitality.com/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/principle_of_hospitality/ (https://www.instagram.com/principle_of_hospitality/) Thanks to our supporter for this season - https://www.payo.com.au/ (Payo ) Invite a mate and get $20 each when they use Payo - https://www.payo.com.au/share-earn/ (Mates Dates Link here)

Getting Magnetic with Sandy & Wade
Birth Series: The Role of a Postpartum Doula w/ Liza Esayian

Getting Magnetic with Sandy & Wade

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 56:58


Liza has been on a 22 year journey discovering the powerful wisdom embedded within the female body. Her experience as both a Practitioner as well as a Mother gives her a deep understanding of the need for Mother Centered Care.  This journey has included experience working as a Birth and Postpartum Doula, Massage Therapist, Prenatal Yoga Instructor, as well as many years in the Luxury Spa Industry.  As a Postpartum Doula, Liza weaves in her extensive experience in the hospitality industry focusing on the deep tending of others along with her experiences as a Postpartum Mother to offer a multifaceted approach. Liza has an intuitive and holistic mindset in holding space for Mothers and Families. She provides a nourishment of the physical and spiritual body which allows Mothers to care for and nourish their babies from their center.  She believes with her whole being if we honor and carefully hold Mothers in this sacred transition into Motherhood we can begin to heal the Greater Human Collective.  Here's the Innate Traditions practitioners directory…https://postpartum-care-directory.innatetraditions.com/Her Instagram is…@mooncyclehealingHer email is…miraclesinmind@gmail.comThis book is great for nourishing the mother…The First Forty Days: The Essential Art of Nourishing the New Motherhttps://a.co/d/bKbM0BwThis one too for the 4th trimester…The Fourth Trimester: A Postpartum Guide to Healing Your Body, Balancing Your Emotions, and Restoring Your Vitalityhttps://a.co/d/bkw8vOyA great guide for what we talked about being centered as a mother…Mothering from Your Center: Tapping Your Body's Natural Energy for Pregnancy, Birth, and Parentinghttps://a.co/d/iiC9Ar9Timestamps: [5:04] Who is Liza? [16:19] Liza helping Sandy and Wade. [17:51] Starting with a client postpartum. [23:13] The way that we birth our children is teaching us how to mother them.  [30:46] Taking time to connect with your child. [32:30] Working with the dad. [34:38] Having another person there for mom.  [42:40] Bone Closing Ceremony.  [51:49] How to connect with Liza.  --Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast@gettingmagneticFollow our personal Instagram accounts@sandyclaus7@wellnesswithwadeCheck out our website for all things Getting Magnetichttps://www.sandyandwade.com/

The Embodiment Podcast
438. Trauma & Food - With Tracy Brown and Mark Walsh

The Embodiment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 52:07


Trauma informed “no-diet” dietician Tracy joins me to discuss food, emotions, intuitive eating, emotional eating, cultural issues, why we eat, triggers and glimmer, stress, comparison and kids eating. Wonderful for many of us. Get in touch with Tracy here : https://www.tracybrownrd.com/about/ https://www.instagram.com/tracybrownrd/    

The Infinite Capacity Podcast
Nourishing Your Family and Your Brain, Featuring Ruth Templeton

The Infinite Capacity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 58:10


In this first episode of Season 3 of The Infinite Capacity Podcast host Andrea Morton interviews Ruth Templeton, a Masters Graduate from the Centre for Nutrition, Education and Lifestyle Management in the UK.As a mother and practitioner at Dinutrigen, Ruth strongly believes that knowing how we are made genetically can empower us as individuals to inform our decisions around nutrition, environment and lifestyle to determine how we experience our journey in health.Ruth is fascinated with nourishing our bodies in a way that makes sense with our unique genomics and specifically focuses her practice around increasing mind health and overall well-being.   Sharing personal stories from her journey as the mother of a baby who once suffered from malabsorption due to food sensitivities, Ruth draws upon her experiences to teach parents tips for how to nourish themselves and their children in a cost-effective way... and also how to trust their intuition about their bodies (or the bodies of their children) while working to heal gut microbiome issues. This is a fascinating episode with a truly delightful guest!

Green Living with Tee
Nourishing Your Mind and Body With Sustainable Habits Featuring Melissa Wolak

Green Living with Tee

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 35:44


Melissa Wolak, MS is a coach, cognitive-communication therapist, speaker, nature lover, and fierce advocate for cultivating resilience, presence, and alignment professionally and personally. The foundation of her work with clients facilitates powerful mindset shifts and sustainable, research-based lifestyle and self-care practices. She believes in the value of intentionally choosing your habits, thoughts, and beliefs.  This work allows her clients to evolve and create a life of fulfillment, impact, and vitality while honoring their true wisdom and giving it an empowered voice. Her work incorporates her 25 years of experience and education with a Bachelors and Masters in Communication Science Disorders and a passion for making a change with tools and strategies based on neuroscience, mindfulness, self-compassion, and mind-body medicine.  Follow Melissa: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melissahwolak/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissahwolak/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melissahwolakms/ (business) Website: https://www.melissawolak.com/ Complimentary Connection Call: https://calendly.com/melissawolak/complimentary-connection-call BREATHE Link: https://melissawolak448.lpages.co/breathe/ ________________________________________ Follow Therese "Tee" Forton-Barnes and The Green Living Gurus: Tee's Organics - Therese's Healthy Products for You and Your Home: https://thegreenlivinggurus.com/shop-tees-organics/ The Green Living Gurus Website: https://thegreenlivinggurus.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greenlivinggurus/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW7_phs1GZUPzG21Zgjnqtw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreenLivingGurus Healthy Living Group on Facebook Tip the podcaster! Support Tee and the endless information that she provides: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheGreenLivingGurus Venmo: @Therese-Forton-Barnes last four digits of her cell are 8868 For further info contact Tee: Email: Tee@TheGreenLivingGurus.com Cell: 716-868-8868  

Happily Hormonal
E3: 4 Simple Ways to Support Good Periods with Nourishment

Happily Hormonal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 15:29


Welcome to the Happily Hormonal Podcast. In this episode, I'm talking about 4 simple ways to support good periods with nourishment. One of the biggest requests that I get from clients and from moms is ‘tell me how I can balance my hormones but keep it simple.' We have kids. We have busy jobs. Sometimes we have kinds AND a busy job. So, I'll keep this simple and straight to the point. And it all starts with nourishment - because nourishment is the key to a healthy body and happy hormones. In this episode:Are you well nourished?Why you should NOT skip breakfast if you're a cycling womanA simple salad recipe to support your hormones and your gutEating anti-inflammatory foods around your periodNourishing your body with restResources- Nourish Your Hormones Recipe Guide - Nourish Your Hormones Course- Apply to work 1:1 with Leisha HEREConnect with LeishaInstagram: @leishadrewsWebsite: abundant-lifewellness.com

My Body, My Bump, My Baby
Nourishing Moment - Have You Heard Of A Blessingway?

My Body, My Bump, My Baby

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 3:09


I know you've heard of a baby shower. But have you heard of a Blessingway? In this Nourishing Moment, join Bea as she describes the sweetness of a Blessingway.

Conscious Conversations
How to Release Shame Around Food Choices and Heal Your Body Image

Conscious Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 42:26


Today I had the pleasure of connecting with Marisa - a nutrition and wellness coach to have this Conscious Conversation! ✨ Topics Discussed: -What is diet culture and why we think we as women we have been indoctrinated // pressured to live up to these unrealistic standards? -What is intuitive eating? -How we overcame body image issues, eating disorders, etc -Going from overtraining and feeling not good enough to peace and freedom with our body -Nourishing vs Punishing Share this with a friend!

The Bridging Connections Podcast
Cultivating Leaders, Nourishing Communities

The Bridging Connections Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 34:35


Nazun (formerly Challah for Hunger)Featuring: Rebecca Bar, Executive Director and Rabbi Lily Solochek, Director of Programs and EducationFood insecurity is prevalent throughout the United States. According to the USDA over 10% of American families were food insecure in 2019 and it is estimated that this has doubled since the onset of Covid. This is also a problem on our nation's college campuses. According to the Hope Survey from fall 2020, 38 percent of students in two-year colleges and 29 percent of students at four-year colleges reported experiencing food insecurity. These statistics are disturbing.  Nazun is doing the important work to help end campus food insecurity and educate leaders in social justice advocacy. Episode 54 of the podcast is a conversation with with Nazun's leadership. It is eye-opening and at the same time, it gives hope. About Nazon (from their website)Mission + VisionNazun develops leaders and builds communities of people eager to take action to end campus hunger, and to work collectively to solve other urgent social challenges.One in three college students experiences food insecurity; they don't know where their next meal might come from and don't have the resources, time or money to afford access to nutritious food. We are on a mission to ensure that no student ever has to choose between eating or an education. We work to destigmatize — and empower people to act against — the highly prevalent problem of food insecurity on college campuses.Our work reduces the likelihood that college students will have to choose between eating or their education, and it also builds the next generation of confident leaders capable of contributing to solving the world's most urgent social challenges.The three pillars of Nazun are infused into all our projects: Advocacy, Community, and Philanthropy. Their Programs:1. Campus Chapters: The Focus: Campus Hunger- Through Nazun's program, our student leaders address the issue of campus food insecurity on a campus, state, and national level through our three pillars of philanthropy, advocacy, and community building. Our Cohort, a select group of student leaders, annually creates and implements campaigns and interventions on their campuses to address the issue of campus food insecurity.2. Advocacy - The #FUELHigherEd program is advocating for fundamental, universal, equitable, long-term state and federal solutions to campus hunger and #FUELHigherEd by working towardFundamental Change Universal Access Equal OpportunityLong Term Solution 3. This program is the next step in building our movement by galvanizing our network of 100+ local and national organizations behind this campaign.4. Community Programs 5. Through a Nazun Community Program, you and your community can gather to build connections through baking challah, learn about and advocate against hunger in your local area and on college campuses, and engage in philanthropy to support the work of Nazun and local anti-hunger nonprofits in your neighborhood.Support the show

The Ezra Klein Show
A Nourishing Conversation With Mohsin Hamid on Social Fictions — and Real Losses

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 76:57


In his latest work, “The Last White Man,” the award-winning writer Mohsin Hamid imagines a world that is very like our own, with one major exception: On various days, white people wake up to discover that their skin is no longer white. It's a heavy premise, but one of Hamid's unique talents as a novelist is his ability to take on the most difficult of topics — racism, migration, loss — with a remarkably light touch.“How do you begin to have these conversations in a way that allows everybody a way in?” Hamid asks at one point in our conversation. “How do you talk about these things in a way that's open to everyone?” What sets Hamid apart is his capacity to do just that — both in his fiction and in our conversation. We discuss:How Hamid experienced what it was like to lose his whiteness after 9/11What happens to a society when suddenly we can't sort ourselves by raceThe origins of modern humans' fear of death — and how to overcome itWhy Hamid thinks future humans will look back at the idea of borders with moral horrorWhy Hamid believes that pessimistic realism is a “deeply conservative” worldviewHamid's process for imagining optimistic futuresWhy Hamid believes that the very notion of the self is a fictionWhy we turn to activities like sex, drugs and meditation when we get overwhelmedHow America's policies toward immigrants and refugees should challenge our “heroic” sense of national identityWhat Toni Morrison taught Hamid about how to read and writeAnd more.Mentioned:"The Metamorphosis" by Franz KafkaExit West by Mohsin HamidBook Recommendations:Beloved by Toni MorrisonFicciones by Jorge Luis BorgesThe Epic of Gilgamesh, translated by Andrew GeorgeThoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at ezrakleinshow@nytimes.com.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Annie Galvin and Rogé Karma; fact-checking by Michelle Harris, Mary Marge Locker and Kate Sinclair; original music by Isaac Jones; mixing by Sonia Herrero and Isaac Jones; audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Special thanks to Kristin Lin and Kristina Samulewski.

Made for Impact
Masterclass: Nourishing bodies with food and souls with justice with Tanorria Askew

Made for Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 27:07


To create impact, you don't have to be headed down one particular path. You don't even have to fit perfectly onto the path you're currently walking. Tanorria Askew is a multi-hyphenate—chef, author, speaker, DEI consultant, and entrepreneur. Her journey from corporate America to living into her multiple passions and callings is nothing less than inspirational, but not entirely aspirational. She's got loads of tactical tips to live into what you love and make an impact doing so—you just might have to get a little uncomfortable first. Get in touch with Gretchen, and let her know which impactful leaders you'd like to hear from: Connect on LinkedIn Support Tannoria: Tanorria's Table Black Girls Eating Podcast Buy her cookbook here

Something Extra
Nourishing Your Mind, Body, and Soul w/ Jillian Tedesco

Something Extra

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 34:52


Join us for a fun and flavorful conversation between Lisa and Jillian Tedesco, Founder/Owner at fit-flavors. Jillian has had a passion for fitness and nutrition since she was young. However, she has been forced to overcome several obstacles as she strives to help people eat intentionally. From opening her own fitness studio at the age of 22 to prepping 650 meals in a weekend, Jillian shares experiences of failing and getting back up stronger.Guest Links:Jillian's LinkedInFit-Flavors.comJillianTedesco.coOwning the Wait by Jillian TedescoPodcast: Owning the Wait with Jillian TedescoCredits: Lisa Nichols, Host; Scott Crosby, Executive Producer; Daniel Williams, Recording Engineer; Jenny Heal, Guest Coordinator; Morgan Cochran, Marketing Support

Harvesting Happiness
Grow Wiser: Nourishing Conscious Hearts and Minds with Dilip Jeste MD and Lama Palden Drolma

Harvesting Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 52:42


The Motherhood Podcast with Michelle Grosser
031 - The Importance of Nourishing Mind, Body and Soul with Dr. Rachna Buxani-Mirpuri

The Motherhood Podcast with Michelle Grosser

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 66:26


Today on the podcast, we have special guest - maternal mental health expert, fellow mom, and author, Dr. Rachna Buxani-Mirpuri. This episode is for you if you're struggling with burnout, and you feel like your self-care routine isn't really making a difference for you.  Dr. Buxani teaches how we can truly start recovering from burnout, and emphasizes why especially as moms, it's so important that we prioritize our mental health. We also talk about the impact miscarriage, pregnancy loss, and infertility can have on a woman's mental health, and how we often don't allow ourselves time to grieve these losses. So, if you're ready for a dose of encouragement and some real talk and practical tips from a professional, you're going to want to listen to today's episode.  MOTHERHOOD SHOW NOTES: Ep. 31 Show Notes 1-ON-1 COACHING: From Insight to Outcome - Life Coaching with Michelle  CHECK OUT MY FREE 5-STEP MORNING ROUTINE FOR MOMS: My 5-Step Morning Routine MOTHERHOOD VILLAGE FB COMMUNITY: The Motherhood Village MOTHERHOOD INSTAGRAM: @themotherhood.podcast “I love The Motherhood Podcast!” ← if that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing our show!  This helps us support more women, just like you, on their motherhood journey.  Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.”  Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!  

Confessions Of A Crappy Christian Podcast
Nourishing Your Life | Christine Bailey | Episode 189

Confessions Of A Crappy Christian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 34:17


Author and organic produce farmer Christine Bailey joins Blake to talk about her desire to provide organic and sustainably grown food for her family & friends, and how that turned into a 17-acre farm in Tennessee. Christine's new book encourages readers to see the value in cultivating a life of beauty and community that will lead to growth and joy. Listen in as they discuss what it looks like to live a deeper life of connection wherever you are.  Christine is the author of The Kindred Life  - available everywhere now!  To connect with Christine:  Website: christinemariebailey.com / thekindredfarm.com Instagram: @organicstine / @thekindredfarm   Get a guide to growing on social media (without all the gross stuff) with my course Run Your Race - covering everything from creating content to battling lies. Doors open again on October 17 - get on the waitlist today! thegirlnamedblake.com/runyourrace If you're like me and struggle with any combination of stress and anxiety or being on your phone too much – the Abide app is for you! I love this app and have been using it for years to help me fall asleep, ease me into the day, and I've even used it mid panic attack. Abide is the #1 Christian meditation app based on scripture with audio meditations that center you and help draw you closer to Christ. For a limited time, our listeners will get 25% off a premium subscription when you visit abide.co/blake. You'll get additional stories, meditations, premium music, soothing sounds, and more!

Therapy Unfiltered
Ep. 61: Blood Sugar's Surprising Effects on Your Anxiety, Moods and Mental Health + How to Improve Your Blood Sugar Balance with Danielle Hamilton, FNT

Therapy Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 85:40


Danielle Hamilton is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner & Restorative Wellness Practitioner who specializes in blood sugar regulation & digestion. She became interested in blood sugar issues when she learned that Insulin Resistance was at the root of her PCOS. She was able to reverse her PCOS, cystic acne, PMS & weight loss resistance by reversing Insulin Resistance. Her mission is to help others uncover their blood sugar & insulin issues (as most people don't know the early signs), as well as help them optimize digestion for low-carb diets. Dani promotes a holistic approach to reversing Insulin Resistance which goes beyond just changing macros. She is the host of the Unlock the Sugar Shackles Podcast and the creator of the Blood Sugar Mastery Program.LINKS:To connect with Dani, follow her at:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daniellehamiltonhealthPodcast: https://unlockthesugarshackles.buzzsprout.com/Blood Sugar Mastery Program: https://www.daniellehamiltonhealth.com/bloodsugarmastery?ref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.daniellehamiltonhealth.com%2Fa%2F2147517888%2F8y85gof8Affirmation: Food is medicine and I am healing my body. Nourishing my body properly is loving my body. Investing in my health is investing in myself.Oracle Card Reading: Detachment: You are releasing old patterns and ideas that no longer serve your highest ideals of love. Creativity: You love to devise new ideas, innovations, and forms of illumination. Willingness: You are able to compromise if the end result is love.

Grace Church Benbrook
Nourishing & Cherishing Husbands - Ephesians 5:25-33

Grace Church Benbrook

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


Hello Postpartum
028 | The Secrets to a Nourishing Postpartum with Ayurvedic Treatment

Hello Postpartum

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 42:06


A Board-Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, AyurDoula, and CMT shares her insight on what a profoundly nourishing and healing postpartum period looks like from an Ayurvedic standpoint. You may be surprised to learn it's more than your food.     Ameya Duprey of Shakti Care Ameya Duprey is a Board Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, AyurDoula, CMT & Course Creator. She helps postpartum mamas fully heal from birth so you can stop feeling exhausted all the time! She offers individualized care based on your unique constitution and needs. She can help you achieve proper health and balance through simple methods such as a specialized Ayurvedic diet, lifestyle, massage, herbs, and more. A closer look at postpartum Ayurvedic treatment Ayurvedic is defined as the science of life. Pulled from centuries of Indian tradition, it's a practice that focuses on the five elements of the body; space, air, fire, water, and earth. These elements are known as doshas. They play a natural role that centers on a person's natural environment. Understanding the ayurvedic way of living in the world, depending on your dosha, helps one maintain the body's balance, health, and recovery during postpartum and beyond. Which dosha is high during postpartum? Because giving birth is such a taxing and trying experience, it drains the body of many of its natural fluids, leaving the body dry and undernourished. This experience is known as an imbalance of the Vata (air and ether), and all moms, no matter how they deliver, experience this imbalance after giving birth. The body also uses a lot of heat during birth, leaving the body in a cold state during postpartum—a mother in postpartum benefits from finding ways to rejuvenate and revitalize her bodies life force. The aim of Ayurvedic postpartum treatment Through ayurvedic treatment in postpartum, the aim is to understand and nourish the changes that your body has experienced. Becoming a mother hits the reset button on our lives and our bodies. Knowing your life will never be the same after birth can be hard to process for many of us. But looking at it from a different angle, the first 45 days could determine the next 45 years of your life. Ayurvedic looks at postpartum as an opportunity to start fresh, to come to the crossroads, and practice new ways to support your new self and, more importantly, your new life.   In general, most people share the same imbalances after birth. So the same basics apply to those in postpartum recovery.   Ayurvedic-friendly postpartum recovery foods The types of food that benefit mothers in postpartum focus on rejuvenation. There are five tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent, and astringent. The "S tastes" - sweet, sour, and salty - are the ones that will benefit recovering mothers most in postpartum by rebuilding tissue and rejuvenating the body, and oily foods, such as soups, help level your digestion. You also want to focus on foods that warm the body. Well-cooked and seasoned help replenish the heat lost from childbirth. And lastly, according to Ayurvedic practices, avoid eating frozen or canned foods. These foods are stripped of their freshness and depleted of their natural life force. The food becomes you after it is eaten, so the fresher the food, the more your body will benefit from all it offers.     Topics covered What is Ayurvedic | 1:50 How to practice ayurvedic healing in postpartum | 5:57 Supporting your diet | 8:19 Other ways to support postpartum recovery | 15:58 Mama's Menu cookbook | 32:57 The final question | 37:58     Additional resources Want to learn more from Ameya about Ayurvedic postpartum healing? Watch her free masterclass: How To Fully Heal From Birth Naturally, Without Feeling Stressed and Exhausted Explore Amey's cookbook Mama's Menu: Ayurvedic Recipes for Postpartum Healing Other postpartum resources you might enjoy Mama's Mung Soup: Ayurvedic Postpartum Recipe for Lactation The 8 Best Postpartum Teas for Healing and Recovery An Introduction to Postpartum Ayurvedic Care

No Labels, No Limits podcast
248 - Nourishing the Mind, Body, and Spirit with Sarah Boxx

No Labels, No Limits podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 22:56


Another great solo cast on the No Labels, No Limits podcast where I chat about the concepts behind Mind | Body | Spirit and what they mean to me. Ever feel out of sync with the whole world? We all have those days. If you want to move past that feeling, start by getting very specific about what you feed your mind. Starve the negative thoughts and nourish the positive ones, and give your mind room to change. Start by setting your mind first thing in the morning, and set your intention for the day.Pay attention to what you are feeding your body, and how you are expanding it through exercise and movement, but recognize where it is in the current moment. We have limitations, but we can still improve every day. There's a value in spending time, holistically, in your body.Finally, take time to understand your relationship with the world around you. Spend time in spiritual practice. Try to get quiet and still more than once a day. Listen. Meditate. Allow yourself a space and a place to listen, to release, and trust there is a bigger purpose.Listen in as I share some personal insights: #mind #body #spirit #kindness #meditation #intention #foundationalwork #transitions Learn more and connect with me here:Sarah BoxxStrategic Consultant andCertified Enneagram CoachSarah Boxx LLChttps://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahboxxsherpa/https://www.facebook.com/strategicvisioncoach/https://twitter.com/SarahBoxx Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Just What You Needed
#61 – Shifting from Numbing to Nourishing Ourselves

Just What You Needed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 45:25


Doom-scrolling, Netflix-binging, emotional eating, over-working, going in for that extra glass of wine…we all have unhelpful habits of numbing ourselves, choosing distraction, and trying to cope with uncomfortable feelings and overwhelm. But how do we begin shifting away from those habits (because they can be so compelling), and start to choose things that actually nourish us? That's what this episode is all about! Get into it if you want to start supporting yourself on a deeper level. Your life will thank you.   Links:    Register for the workshop in August: ​​https://bit.ly/letting-go-workshop Make a request for a future episode: https://bit.ly/jwyn-request Learn more about me: https://www.amyyoungcoaching.com Follow me on Instagram: @amyyoungco

Consciously Clueless: The Podcast
Nourishing Your Soul, Part 1 with Amanda Sevilla

Consciously Clueless: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 48:10 Transcription Available


Carly talks a lot about nourishing our minds and bodies but Amanda is here to help us learn how to nourish our souls.  Amanda shows the listeners how finding our dharma is essential to our health. Amanda Sevilla is a plant-based dietitian, Dharma/Spiritual life coach, and yoga teacher based in Southern California. Her work encompasses an integrative mix of mindfulness, plant-based nutrition, intuitive eating, Life Purpose coaching, energy healing, breathwork, and yoga.Her experience in chronic disease management at the clinical level, teaching yoga, hosting health workshops, and sharing her work and passion on social media has strengthened her passion for whole-person healing. Many of her client's main source of stress (and therefore, illness), was a sense of not having or knowing their life's purpose. So, she decided to get her training in Dharma and Spiritual Life coaching and now integrates it into her practice. Today guides others to be their healthiest selves so they can live fully aligned with their soul's purpose.  She shares her passion for self-love, development, and empowerment in body and soul on her Instagram @amandavsevilla.If you'd like to work with Amanda, you can visit her website: amandavsevilla.com ---This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp: Get 10% off the first month of online therapy at https://betterhelp.com/carlyThis episode is supported by Who Gives A Crap. Try your new favorite, sustainable toilet paper today by using the code CARLY10 to get $10 off your first order over $54 or more! https://prf.hn/click/camref:1011ljZTuTerraseed sponsors this episode: Get 50% off your first month of vegan vitamins at: https://lddy.no/11h0l---Thanks for listening to another episode. Follow, review and share to help Consciously Clueless grow!Work with me: https://www.consciouslycarly.com/ Support Carly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/consciouslycarlyConnect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/consciously.carly/Connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/consciously.carly.blogConnect on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/carlyjean5/Music by Matthew BaxleySupport the show

The Passion Podcast
17~ Sexual mastery. How you treat your cock is how you treat the world. With Tyson Adams.

The Passion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 79:53


This is a deep dive into many of the common sexual challenges and distortions, and some really potent remedies to these. 6:00 What is sexual sovereignty for men? 7:30 Mens relationship with their cock. Using your cock as a means to an end and how that effects your entire reality. 10:50 How to expand pleasure to the whole body. 11:20 Mens relationship to porn nd the ways that women can be more understanding. 16:30 Ways we use each other to feel better. How to balance within ourselves first. 18:00 How and why men objectify their own cock, and therefore everything. 24:14 Tysons experience with porn and the effects it had on him. 30:50 Saora's experience of what it feels like to be with men who have a developed their sexuality around porn. 31:24 The quantum entanglement that happens from porn. 33:10 Step for men who want to reduce porn usage. 35:48 Tysons pornography experiments 39:56 Mens sexual attention on women. How to hold your center and what it can feel like as a woman to receive this in an unwanted way. 49:20 What Saora thinks men want in the bedroom. 51:00 Respect… Number 1 need for the masculine. 58:43 Masturbation as a death practice. 1:03:35 Nourishing erotic connection with nature… Aka, eco-eroticism. 1:05:00 Connecting your erotic self into your internal system . 1:10:10 How Saora cracks open to her longing in a way thats generative. Saora's links IG: https://www.instagram.com/saoralove/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/saoralove82/ Tysons links IG: https://www.instagram.com/tysonadams__/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/adams.tyson

Embrace Your Real
8 Things I Do to Make Nourishing My Body a Lifestyle

Embrace Your Real

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 32:38 Very Popular


I have been counting my macros for almost a decade. And since I've stopped doing competitions and found a new normal with my body, my body size and shape haven't fluctuated all that much. But here's the thing: I have made nourishing my body a lifestyle and because of that my weight is not continuously going up and down. I don't have to “get back on track” the same way I know other woman need to. But, the difference is that many women are dieting and not making nourishment a lifestyle.   So many women ask me how I have the willpower to stay on track all the time. But here's the thing: I don't need willpower. Seriously, I don't need one ounce of willpower and in this episode I'm going to explain what I do to essentially “stay on track” without needing willpower through making nourishing your body a lifestyle.   What I discuss: I know what my body needs. There is no scarcity in my “diet” I “budget” my food. I know when to chose memories over macros and vice versa to keep my life balanced. I pay attention to how food makes me feel. I prioritize cooking delicious meals.  I honor my body with movement daily I focus on consistency over perfection.   Links mentioned in this episode:   Get my recipe guides: https://www.juliealedbetter.com/recipe-guides Macro Counting Made Simple Online Academy: www.macrocountingmadesimple.com   If you want more from me, be sure to check out…   Instagram:  @embraceyourreal | @movementwithjulie Website: www.juliealedbetter.com Free ebook: www.juliealedbetter.com/free-ebook Amazon storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-6bda1ca8?ref=cm_sw_em_r_inf_pub_influencer-6bda1ca8_dp_DgsIam9salgfi

The Mindful Healers Podcast with Dr. Jessie Mahoney and Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang
86. How to Responsibly Create Nourishing Spaces with Jennifer Downing

The Mindful Healers Podcast with Dr. Jessie Mahoney and Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 43:18


Blending wellness and interior design. A conversation about the intersection of beauty, space, nature, health, and healing.  Where do you find wholeness and sanctuary? What is an Optimal Healing Environment? How can you design a responsible space?   What makes a healing and healthy space for you? How can you bring curiosity into your life and work through intentional design?  How can you enhance connection in the design of space? What's one thing you could change today to make one of your spaces more healing or healthy for you? When we design mindfully with both the occupants and the purpose of the space in mind, the resultant experience is much healthier for all.   Setting the intention for daily mindfulness practice is a wonderful evidence-based way to foster the internal, interrelation, and behavioral aspects of the Optimal Healing Environment. Join Ni-Cheng with friends from Mindful.org in our Mindful30 challenge. Practice with us daily in the month of September.  Mindful coaching helps you declutter your mind, your spaces, and your life.  Coaching is the path to living a mindful, intentional, and “responsible” life.  www.jessiemahoneymd.com/coaching If you want to enjoy a sense of sanctuary and wellness, join Jessie at Sagrada for  Nourish & Transform Retreat. These retreats offer many dedicated spaces for optimal wellness practices and for many become the vision they go to to find sanctuary and wholeness.  www.jessiemahoneymd.com/retreat-nourish-and-transform  Connect with Jennifer Downing @mokumedesign on Instagram or at www.mokumedesignstudio.com If you want to develop a mindfulness practice, reach out to Dr. Liang www.awakenbreath.org *Nothing in this episode should be considered medical advice.

AstrologyNow
August Horoscope 2022: Leo Season, The Economy, and Nourishing the Masses

AstrologyNow

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 40:08


Hello everyone! Welcome to Friday! In this segment we discuss the upcoming month of August and the major transits that we will experience. We will discuss how the movement of the planets will impact us on a global and personal level. This is a pretty significant month for world events and getting serious. On a personal level, it's an amazing time to stand out, take leaps of faith, and connect with your dreams! Hear horoscopes weekly on Patreon: patreon.com/astrologynowpodcast Work with Christine: innerknowing.yoga astrologynowpodcast@gmail.com instagram: astrologynow_podacst keywords: astrology, jyotish, Vedic astrology, sidereal astrology, nakshatras, spirituality, Christine Rodriguez, aries, libra, scorpio, libra, capricorn, Nakshatra, new moon, taurus, Venus, Jupiter, Pisces, Spirituality, horoscope

The Vital Veda Podcast: Ayurveda | Holistic Health | Cosmic and Natural Law
Abhyanga: Ayurvedic Oil Massage - Healing & Nourishing Ritual | Dylan Smith #090

The Vital Veda Podcast: Ayurveda | Holistic Health | Cosmic and Natural Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 58:58


Abhyanga: Ayurvedic oil massage, is one of the most popular and impactful treatments & practices in Ayurveda. Abhyanga should not only be considered a treatment that is occasionally performed by a trained therapist, but also as one of the essential practices and integral parts of the Ayurvedic dinacaryā (daily routine).The Ayurvedic sacred texts (Śastras) break down the great importance & healing capacities of Abhyanga, and most particularly the importance of incorporating self-Abhyanga as a daily habit. This episode is for those that are absolutely new to Abhyanga, as well as those who have already been practicing it for years. On this episode, we break down the ins & outs of this wonderful healing practice.IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS:

Sacred Sons Podcast
SSP 104 - Nourishing Healthy Masculinity With Food with Chris Washa

Sacred Sons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 56:29


Chef Christopher is on a mission to transform the food industry using technology and authentic connection.  His journey over the years has led him to joining a passionate team of chefs and engineers to build a platform that alleviates stress in kitchens, giving culinary professionals back their time to be in their joy and passion.  After discovering men's work, he saw an opportunity to bring this into the food industry to create meaningful relationships and light a new fire in chefs. ON THIS EPISODE: Chris Washa | @chriswasha Adam Jackson | @adam___jackson   SACRED SONS TRAININGS & EVENTS: EMX | PORTUGAL | AUGUST 18 - 21 | The Embodied Masculine Experience is coming to Europe, our powerful 40 man initiatory event. Join us in Algarve, Portugal for 4 days of Connection, Confrontation, and Celebration with Sacred Sons regional Leadership. MAUI MANA | MAUI | AUGUST 24 - 28 | Reindigenize–a return to the place of origin, the home within, born of the land. Join us for 5 days as we return to the home within through primal movement, sound, dance, and play on the sacred land of Maui, Hawaii.. EMX | WASHINGTON | AUGUST 25 - 28 | The Embodied Masculine Experience is a 40 man initiatory event. Join us in Brinnon, Washington for 4 days of Connection, Confrontation, and Celebration with Sacred Sons regional Leadership. CONNECT: Shop | Sacred Sons Apparel & Merch Website | sacredsons.com   YouTube | Sacred Sons   Instagram | @sacredsons   Events Calendar | All upcoming Sacred Sons Trainings and Experiences!