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The limit to your imagination extends far beyond the size of one's garden, particularly with the cut flowers that award-winning garden designer Butter Wakefield adores most.Butter returns to the podcast with more than a smorgasbord of stunning flowers compact enough to fit in the smallest of gardens, but captivating enough to make the most monumental impact as a cut flower.In this episode, discover:The bold bulbs of Daffodil Jetfire and subtle beauty of AvalancheWhy the Dahlias of Rosie Raven, Lou Farmen and Josie are among those which most wildly capture Butter's adorationDavid Austin's majestic roses accompanied by the most delightful fragranceA border must-have with flowing cascades of purple flowers - Salvia nemorosa CaradonnaGet in touch: email@example.comShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
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Here are my TOP 8 Favorite Busy Mama in a "pinch" Go-To's for Dinners 1. Taco/Burrito Bar 2. Rotisserie Chicken over Cesar Salad 3. Tuna Melts 4. Baked Chicken, Salad with Parmesan Noodles 5. Homemade Cheeseburgers & Fries 6. Shrimp Alfredo with my homemade Alfredo over zoodles or penne or noodle of choice 7. Sheet Pan with Chicken Sausage, Veggies & Parmesan Potatoes 8. Instapot Zuppa Toscana To join me in my next Macros 101 Course, CLICK HERE to sign up & register If you haven't had a chance please subscribe to The Fit Fun Macro Mom Podcast & leave a written review. I am so thankful to read all the reviews and hear how this show impacts your life! Learn: www.mybodybyjess.com Connect: firstname.lastname@example.org IG: www.instagram.com/bodybyjess
This week, Producer Nat surprised me with the BEST guest… can you guess who it is? I also run through Health Food Trends for 2023 and surprisingly no one vomited AND I discover the craziest salad recipe given to children in the 80's, it's definitely one you wouldn't find in a Woman's Weekly. LINKS Follow @christianhull on Instagram Follow @listnrentertainment on Instagram CREDITS Host: Christian HullProducer: Natalie Turner Audio Imager: Nial Fernandes Social Producer: Amber Lowther Supervising Producer: Elise Cooper Managing Producer: Sam Cavanagh Find more great podcasts like this at www.listnr.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode SummaryIn this episode, you'll hear Zale Tabakman's inspiring journey of revolutionizing the way we think about farming. Zale shares his vision for providing locally grown, ready-to-eat salads to a global market, as well as his patent-pending technology for growing 60 different vegetables. He emphasizes the potential of vertical farming to create good-paying jobs, address the climate crisis, and provide consistent high-quality salads to McDonald's at all 35,000 locations worldwide. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in innovative solutions and sustainable agriculture.Thanks to Our SponsorsCultivatd – https://cultivatd.com/Indoor AgCon '22 - https://indoor.ag/Use promo code 'VFP' to receive 20% your registrationKey TakeawaysLearn how Zale's interest began with a personal goal of finding healthy food options for his children, which led him to explore the potential of vertical farming.How Local Grown Salads focuses on scalability and sells its technology to farmers who can operate under the company's branding and procedures or as a private label.Zale's ultimate goal is to service McDonald's by selling them salads at all 35,000 locations around the world, with consistent taste and quality.Zale's focus on increasing yield rather than reducing the cost of electricity, and looks at how to reduce costs by focusing on the pennies that get repeated over and over again.Why Zale believes that indoor vertical farming is a solution to the climate crisis and a way to create good-paying jobs in urban areas and food deserts.How Local Grown Salads is leading the way in the indoor vertical farming industry with a patent-pending technology capable of growing 60 different vegetables.Tweetable Quotes“I'm always failing, but I'm always failing forward. My time of history that I love is the 1860s to the early 1920s, and the number of guys who have been very successful in massive failures are just unbelievable.”“So I'm riding my bicycle, we're running around, I'm seeing all these roofs. And then I did a little bit of market research. I said, well, why don't we just grow the stuff on the roofs of buildings, right?”“My goal is actually to service McDonald's. I want to keep the end in mind. I want to be the guy that sells to McDonald's 35,000 locations around the world, salads every day. And when you eat salad in Tokyo, it'll taste exactly as the same salad as in Toronto or in LA or in Paris. That, to me, is scale, right?”“Most people focus in on reducing the cost of electricity. That's dumb. It's really, really dumb. They really do like Zale and focus in on how to increase the yield for every kilowatt of electricity you're using. They're looking at the wrong formula.”“The future is incredibly rosy. Okay, so people are screwed up and big deal. They had too much money, they wasted the money. They got themselves nice cars and whatever, but the industry is going there. There are people who are growing. There are people who are selling.”Resources MentionedZale's Website - http://LocalGrownSalads.comZale's Linkedin - https://LinkedIn.com/in/ZaleTabakmanZale's Email - Zale@LocalGrownSalads.comConnect With UsVFP - LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/verticalfarmingpodcastVFP Twitter...
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Our olfactory system elicits some of the strongest emotions we can feel, so the scent of a garden should be at the forefront of your mind when planning your garden - as it is for the wonderful Jo Fairley.Jo edits The Scented Letter, a quarterly magazine focused on fragrance, which makes her a perfect guest on the podcast to share the 12 most evocatively scented plants, from the strong fragrance of Trachelospermum to stalwart Sweet Peas.In this episode, discover:The personal history with Scented Geraniums that makes them one of Jo's most beloved, aromatic plantsWhich of the Roses are absolute essentials for smell, and why Jo would never plant a Rose without scentJo's love of Sarcococca's incredible growth, bold structure, and fragrant leavesPlenty of book recommendations to inspire you with many more scented plantsGet in touch: email@example.comShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store. ChatGPT is getting quite popular, so Jenn wanted to ask it some health and nutrition questions and gave it commands such as “write a healthy menu” to see how its advice compares to her own as a health coach. The information ChatGPT came back with was reasonably decent; however, it is very generalized and doesn't consider bio-individuality. The advice from artificial intelligence also doesn't support the user in taking action on following its advice. Tune in to learn if you should turn to ChatGPT for health advice.IN THIS EPISODE:● [01:23] What is ChatGPT?● [05:53] Question 1: What is the best nutrition advice?● [11:34] Question 2: How do I lose weight? ● [16:39] Question 3: How do I get 6-pack abs?● [22:54] Jenn's feelings about generalized questions of ChatGPT.● [27:58] Question 4: Write me a healthy menu for one week.● [34:50] Question 5: What's a healthy option when I want something sweet?● [37:18] Question 6: What's the healthiest salad you can have?● [40:00] All in - what are Jenn's final thoughts?● [41:58] Question 7: What are the limits on the nutrition advice you give?KEY TAKEAWAYS:● ChatGPT doesn't give the “how” to do these things. It just gives the facts for the general person but leaves little for someone to take action on. ● There is no bio-individuality while using ChatGPT. It (so far) doesn't take into account any details such as weight, height, hormones, gut/health issues, etc. A coach is still the best avenue to get more targeted support. ● ChatGPT is better with commands than questions. We can't take the recommendations at face value. Take what it's saying and then compare it to real life and see if it will work for you as an individual. QUOTES: “There are hormones connected to feeling hungry or satisfied, and the same way we can become insulin resistant; we know that to be diabetic, we can become resistant to where our bodies are not responding to the presence of those hormones. You may not be getting fullness queues, especially depending on what you eat. Because if you're eating a lot of processed foods, the chemicals in those foods also turn off our brain's ability to know when we're full.” - Jenn Trepeck What will happen biochemically, is the number on the scale will go down but what people are losing is water, muscle and sometimes bone.” - Jenn Trepeck“When it comes to nutrition specifically, a lot of the best research is not necessarily coming from the United States because we allow things in our foods that other countries don't. I would want to know who the source is before I say this is what I'm going to do, and you don't get that with ChatGPT.” - Jenn Trepeck“Your body can tell when it's had enough salmon; your body cannot tell when it's had enough pringles. The chemicals in the foods and packaged processed foods like Pringles or chips or cookies or all those things are designed to hit all the taste buds in the right way at the right time, such that it leaves you craving. They have chemicals that turn off our ability to know when we're full. And so it's also a function of when we start to eat; the first piece of digestion is saliva. So your body starts to salivate, and it sends signals to the stomach that food is coming. You give it Pringles, and it goes ‘this isn't helpful,' but now you've told it food's coming, it starts to send you hunger signals cause it's waiting for actual nutrition.” - Jenn Trepeck“Is it worse than google? I'm inclined to say yes. Google at least tells you the source.” - Jenn TrepeckRESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries Instagram
Welcome to your Millennial Coffee Lunch, wait what??? Nah, welcome to your Millennial Coffee Break! In this episode the boys discuss The Last Of Us featuring on HBO and HBOMax. Before Josh and Ryan get into the bone ripping details, they talk about some slightly less depressing topics. First, Josh get the buzz again for Oscar season with the powerhouse of movies, and gives his thesis why semi-pro sports are more fun than professional ones. Next, Ryan asks the age old question - am I old now because I like salads? Finally, Ryan gets a little personal trying to determine the worst best reason to break up with someone? Is saying only "That's so funny?" an acceptable reason to break up with someone?? Find out on this episode of MCB!!!
Today we are discussing the SVB collapse, Oscar winners we loved, and southern foods on our bucket list. Time Stamps: 09:52 Banking Disease 23:17 Oscars 37:32 Masks 50:48 Southern Foods Questions? Comments? Email us at Hammered@Nebulouspodcasts.com
What's YOUR favorite Cesar? Salad? Palace? Romano? Julius? Well, one of those is the subject of today's episode. Not to be Cesar apologists, but he had a rough end of his life. Enjoy Casey's heavily abridged exploration into the wild life and unfortunate assassination of Julius Cesar from being a queen to having a foreign queen. From Twink to Daddy. Email us at: Strangeunusualpodcast@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/strangeunusual Follow the pod on IG at: @strange_unusual_podcast Twitter: @_strangeunusual Facebook: The Strange and Unusual Podcast 'Elevator' music: Private Hell Productions Theme song: rap2h
Is motivation a myth? Join Andres and Jenn today in a full 60-minute conversation on motivation, willpower, and the misconceptions around these two words that we feel are the reasons for our successes or lack of them. The Cliff Notes Jenn's Story and how she went from working in Hedge Funds to working full time as a health coach. Is motivation a myth? The Willpower Cup and how it gets drained 10 different strategies to help you fill your willpower cup Enjoy this episode with Jenn Trepeck! About Jenn Jenn Trepeck has been described as a "force of nature" in the wellness space and has been recognized as one of Podcast Magazine's 40 under 40, and was nominated for the 2022 International Women's Podcast Award for Visionary Leadership. She is an Optimal Health Coach, Podcaster and Business Consultant. After graduating from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, Jenn founded Better Life Now LLC while working full time in hedge funds. After over a decade of coaching clients, Jenn started Salad with a Side of Fries Podcast to help pay it forward and reach a larger audience to teach the nutrition education we are all supposed to know but no one ever taught us. Jenn implements revenue generating wellness programs in doctors' offices, salons and spas to further expand impact and help change the state of healthcare as a Certified Transitions Lifestyle Coach and Consultant with nutraMetrix Custom Health Solutions. Jenn typically spends her free time working out at Physique57, discovering hidden gem restaurants in NYC or traveling to spend time with friends and family. TO CONNECT WITH JENN Website: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com/ Podcast: http://saladwithasideoffriespodcast.com/ Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saladwithasideoffriespod/ Jenn's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenntrepeck/ - Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/JenniferTrepeck/ & https://www.facebook.com/Saladwithasideoffriespodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenntrepeck LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifertrepeck - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSpWoxiacNuGbyUtWPNYRnw Book a complimentary call with Jenn here > https://calendly.com/jenntrepeck/wellness-discovery-1-1 TO CONNECT WITH ME On Instagram: www.instagram.com/andresayesta On TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/tLLoyS/ On Youtube www.youtube.com/c/andresayesta Podcast IG page: www.instagram.com/planos_nutrition On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planosnutrition FREE RESOURCES To download my Macro Counting Guide https://www.planosnutrition.co/free-macro-guide To download my Macro-Friendly Meal Planning Guide https://www.planosnutrition.co/freemealplanguide TO JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY Not Another Diet Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/notanotherdietcommunity FOR NUTRITION COACHING Apply here at https://planosnutrition.com/application
IN PERSON EP! Don't say bomb at an airport! James explains the difference between sweet and savory salads. Jonny's makin' smash burgers. We still haven't seen Steven Universe. HAPPY BIRTHDAY JONNY. Like, subscribe, follow @gabwithbab on Twitter & @gabbingwithbabish on instagram and electronically mail us @ firstname.lastname@example.org!
November 13, 2022, four University of Idaho students, Ethan Chapin, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Kaylee Goncalves were fatally stabbed in their off-campus residence in Moscow, Idaho. On December 30, 28-year-old Bryan Christopher Kohberger was arrested on four counts of murder in the first degree and felony burglary.Merchandise: https://did-not-need-to-know.creator-spring.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/didnotneedtoknow/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DNNTKpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/dnntkpodcastWebsite: https://https://www.didnotneedtoknow.com
Blazing Salads' Lorraine Fitzmaurice tells Brendan how to make – and style - the perfect salad. Hint: colour is an important factor...
Nutrition Nugget! Bite-size, bonus episodes offering tips, tricks, and approachable science. This week, Jenn's talking about popcorn. With the Oscars coming up, we thought it was only appropriate to talk about popcorn. Did you know that a medium sized movie theater popcorn can have up to 1200 calories? That doesn't mean you should write popcorn off because it does have some great benefits. The difference between popcorn being health supporting or health detracting comes down to how it's made and what's added to it. Making it at home, with an air popper, or over the stove is the healthiest way! Using coconut oil or adding some nutritional yeast creates a delicious and healthy snack! Like what you're hearing? Be sure to check out the full-length episodes; new releases every Wednesday. Have an idea for a nutrition nugget? Submit it here: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com/index.php/contact/ RESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramGUEST RESOURCES:Kiki's WebsiteKiki's Facebook GroupKiki's Instagram
This week on the Extra Serving podcast, a Nation's Restaurant News podcast, NRN editors Holly Petre, Sam Oches and Leigh Anne Zinsmeister talked about Subway's potential bidders.Subway has a list of potential suitors including Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital. Who are these players and what could they have in store for the chain with the most units in the U.S.?Plus, what's going on with catering? Chains from Sweetgreen to Cracker Barrel seem to be introducing catering programs and they're wildly successful. Are consumers returning to their offices? Are people having more parties? The editors discussed.And finally, the editors discussed women in foodservice. From new programs for women in the workforce to restaurant concepts highlighting women, this Women's History Month seems to be full of people honoring women, but will it stick?This week's guest is Charlie Morrison, CEO of Salad and Go.
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Sowing tomatoes should be right at the top of your list for the month ahead, with the joy they bring to a garden and the remarkable variety in taste.Whether it's the small and mighty Noire de Crimee or the ever-reliable flavour of Sungold, this week's episode of the podcast brings a wealth of advice for growing your own. In this episode, discover:The standout tomatoes that'll bring joy to your garden and plate, from the stripy Tigerella to the unbeatable taste of SungoldCharming combinations for companion planting to keep your tomatoes in good healthThe remarkable results you can see by growing tomatoes in a ring culture potA whole raft of recipes to use your produce in such varied and utterly delicious waysGet in touch: email@example.comShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
On today's episode of The G Talk Podcast, I am joined by my partner in crime, Veronica! We start with a conversation about insurance, then we jump into the news week (12:34). We take a quick break and we return with a recap of my week and our thoughts on NashFeels (23:57). Veronica and I share our stories of nursing drunk people this past weekend (49:08). We have a discussion on splitting checks (01:09:47). We end with why people don't want to travel and maximizing your living space (01:21:41). Happy Women's Month, I hope you enjoy the episode! Share with a fellow young adult!
The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store. Today Jenn is joined by intuitive eating coach Kiki Athanas. After struggling with unhealthy eating habits and orthorexia, Kiki was determined to heal her relationship with food. She learned about the head, heart, and gut connection, which led her to remove food restrictions altogether. She now teaches others how to get present with their eating, understand their hunger, and uncover what else in their life is out of balance, causing them to turn to food. She offers insightful information and tools you can start using immediately. Tune in to learn some great tips for calming your nervous system so you can appropriately choose and digest your food.IN THIS EPISODE:● [4:54] Kiki walks us through how she started in the wellness world. ● [9:31] What is Core Identity, and what does it have to do with our food?● [13:35] What is coherence for your head, heart, and gut? ● [16:50] How does this fit into the logic brain? ● [21:19] How can we synchronize the head, heart, and gut?● [28:57] Where does the resistance to connect to ourselves come from?● [32:10] How Kiki helps people who might be overwhelmed with her advice. ● [35:54] How can people ensure they don't take these new habits too far and go into an unhealthy space?KEY TAKEAWAYS:● We use our thoughts and our actions to fix us; food is to care for the physical body when hungry. It's not meant to be the medicine for everything. ● Food is a pause, a break in life. Everything else is movement in life. Creating a sense of safety in your body; being present with your meal can lead to great weight management and health success. ● Change isn't a process; it's a decision. You do have time to be present with your food; you just have to choose to make the time. Make the time to exist so you can eventually thrive.QUOTES: “We're using food or the restriction of food as a buffer to move through life. As a way to soften the discomfort or to avoid what's going on with life. Because when we are at balance, are not under or over-fed, we can truly feel our core identity. And if that is scary and uncomfortable, then we're using food as a way to buffer through it.” - Kiki Athanas “Eating is in the moment; eating has nothing to do with what you ate before or what you are going to eat after. The only way to eat properly is to connect with the feeling in your stomach and your whole body right now, and so we need to start incorporating that present awareness in the now beyond just our meal times, but also in the day-to-day.” - Kiki Athanas “With all of the pieces, the breathing, the catching the thoughts, the catching the hunger and satiety, we're inherently separating the time for food from everything else.” - Jenn Trepeck “Ultimately showing up worthy. It's never about perfection; it's always about connection. A mantra I use with my clients is I don't have to be perfect; I just have to be me. It's really about owning your wants and not feeling back about wanting what you want. Whether it be with food, work or relationships, anything!” - Kiki AthanasRESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramGUEST RESOURCES:Kiki's WebsiteKiki's Facebook GroupKiki's InstagramGUEST BIO:Kiki helps smart women conquer emotional eating and practice healthy, balanced eating with consistency and ease - even in the face of life's challenges.She created The Gut Brain Integration method to help women take control of their cravings and hunger, so eating no longer feels like an internal battle & they are finally able to shed any excess fat they were holding onto.In fact, she's worked with hundreds of women to free themselves from non-stop thinking about food and turned them into naturally balanced women who are confident about their bodies!
Grab your bestie, because this week we're excited to introduce you to Crave Nature's Eatery, located in Lawrenceville, NJ. The health-conscious spot was co-created by four dynamic women, one of whom joined us on the show! Samanta Filip, the co-creator and Operations Manager of Crave, sat down for a fun discussion of their delicious menu and cool events coming up this month! So if you're looking for a flavorful way to enjoy some healthy bites, tune in (and check out) Crave Nature's Eatery-and maybe dance off some dessert at their adjoining Viva Ballroom Dance Fitness studio! We then swayed over to a hip spot that just opened in B-Town Philly. Co-Owner Derek Gibbons joined us to talk about Brewerytown Food Hall, the newest concept founded under Glu Hospitality. Brewerytown Food Hall is a multi-level space which offers a selection of cuisines from several of their restaurants. When you visit, you can look forward to a family-friendly environment, complete with games, a lounge area, food from Hunnie's Fried Chicken, Figo Pizzaria, 1225 RAW, and so much more! So while the kiddos are at play, grab something to eat and your favorite cocktail, and soon your four-legged friends can join in on the fun too! Speaking of joining in--one of the world's most-loved cocktails is now a breeze to make! Bloody Mary's are a thing of cocktail beauty, albeit the outcome depends on whomever makes it. Our last guest, Charlton Gronlund, took all the guesswork out of creating the perfect Bloody's in a ready-to-drink can! Bar2Table, which is co-owned by Gronlund and his partner, Scott Allen came up with the concept while traveling for work. The sub-par offerings on planes and inconsistent tasting profiles from various bars/restaurants had his mental wheels turning, so the pair came up with a shelf-stable (for a year) cocktail that tastes phenomenal, without any hassle or waste of ingredients. Now I call that a hole-in-one!
In this episode, Mike lists his personal top 5 U.S. fast food chains where it's capable of constructing a decent meal with higher protein in a limited amount of calories. We'll discuss the 5 establishments and a recommended meal from each.Contact Info:Mike Sinopoli - NASM Certified Nutrition CoachInstagram | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn: @mfswellnessemail: firstname.lastname@example.org: 630-361-4907www.mfswellness.com
Enabling the well-being of more than 355 million Indian women through products, experiences, and experts. Today my guest is Aruna Chawla, founder of Salad, a lifestyle planner mobile app that support women to better manage their health throughout the menstrual cycle by providing personalised nutrition, fitness, and lifestyle advice. She talks about her own personal journey of being in and out of hospital. She talks about building an MVP without a CTO or developers. Aruna talks about why they don't want to go viral and or build landing pages. She talks about the first version of Salad, a condom company which sold 20,000 in only two months with no paid marketing. She talks about her time at the Antler India residency , where they raised a pre-seed round and met her co-founder. She talks about being a FemTech founder in India and the size of the market. Every month, nearly 1.8 billion people across the world menstruate, and nearly 85% of this group suffer from hormonal imbalances. She talks about hormones , period tracking and finally she talks about her super strength and advice on how to build healthier habits and goals using behavioural science and much more!In this conversation we talk about:Keeping it leanStats so farHaving a bias of actionNot wanting to be a founder or do a startup in the beginning. First impressions of her co-founderThe state of the sexual wellness and FemTech industry india. Conducting over 1000 interviews with women across Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities. 6 years of research Her motivations.Shaking up the healthcare industry.and much moreLinkshttps://www.grabsalad.com/music by Punch Deck.https://open.spotify.com/artist/7kdduxAVaFnbHJyNxl7FWV
BLACK MEN WANT “RlM J0BS T0SSED SALADS” OBVIOUS SIGNS FOR BLACK WOMEN TO KNOW YOUR BLACK MAN IS G^Y
An in depth and irreverent look at 90's TV classic Dawson's Creek hosted by Kathryn and Katie. This week, we've got an interesting episode which focuses on one place (Grams ever accommodating house), Joey, Pacey, Jack, Dawson, Jen, Audrey and the most awkward dinner party ever. We're chatting the absorbent nature of purple satin sheets, what order you should eat food (such a riveting conversation), Charlie the f-kboi on tour and how Joey is the best part of this episode. So, let's eat coagulated rice and under cooked chicken (you'll get ill, guys), lock ourselves in bathrooms, whisper at people under our breath and be completely FINE, OK??!?!? If you're enjoying this podcast, please like, subscribe, follow, rate, review or whatever other variety of verbs your podcast platform might use.Email email@example.com Instagram @dawsonsweaklypodTwitter @dawsonsweaklyFacebook @dawsonsweakly Support the show
Nutrition Nugget! Bite-size, bonus episodes offering tips, tricks, and approachable science. This week, Jenn's answering the question, why do we yawn? There are actually a few theories. First, there is the contagious yawn, believed to be due to the human need for belonging caused by mirror neurons. Secondly, most of the research points to increasing oxygen and blood flow as the reason we yawn. Research also shows that yawns may help regulate our temperature, relieve ear pressure, and soothe feelings of breathlessness. On average, people yawn 20 times per day. All of this is to say that the reasoning behind yawning may be inconclusive, but it does tie in with the oxygen in our bodies. Like what you're hearing? Be sure to check out the full length episodes; new releases every Wednesday. Have an idea for a nutrition nugget? Submit it here: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com/index.php/contact/ RESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries Instagram
Today we reveal our aches, our pains and our skincare regimens before chatting with Pailin Chongchitnant about the concept of salad and Mama's noodles. Finally, we cope with food (and foot) related injuries with rage screams, moral quandaries and humble brags.CW: Deceased Animal Mention Episode 479: Fish Sauce with Pailin ChongchitnantEpisode 48: Thai Salads 1Episode 456: Pad Thai with Pailin ChongchitnantPailin ChongchitnantSabai : 100 Simple Thai Recipes for Any Day of the WeekInstagramWebsite - Hot Thai KitchenYouTube ChannelMatthew's Now But Wow - How Kyoto Breaks Your Heart, by Florentyna Leow, aka Listener FloryTimothee Chalamet "Tiny Horses" SNL Skit Support Spilled Milk Podcast!Molly's SubstackListen to our spinoff show Dire DesiresJoin our reddit
On this episode I am joined by Health Coach Jenn Trepeck who has her own podcast and coaching program called A Salad with a Side of Fries. During our discussion, Jenn talks about the importance of making food choices, how protein and fiber consumed together are the key to a dream body, how to regulate your blood sugar and knowing how food impacts your body. This interview was both mind blowing and motivating. Please tune in to hear more.
Grow, cook, eat, arrange with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson
Wood is wonderful in the garden, and can be both beautiful and useful to create fencing, arches and posts in such a way that cares for the environment around us.If you're still using the likes of imported bamboo in your space and need inspiration for alternatives, Adam Nicolson joins Sarah once again on the podcast to share how locally grown, coppiced wood can be so fantastic for you and for the world.In this episode, discover:The near-zero environmental cost of using the wonderfully pliable birchWhich trees are the most useful for absorbing more carbon, and how to best treat themA fascinating history of why chestnut is so prevalent in this part of the worldHow to coppice wood, and the true impact of coppicing on carbon absorption from our treesGet in touch: firstname.lastname@example.orgShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store. Do you want a healthy immune system, balanced hormones, glowing skin, and more energy? Then it's time to focus on supporting detoxification pathways. In this week's episode, Jenn breaks down how our body detoxes, the phases of detoxification, and what we can do to support this process through vitamins, minerals, and a balanced lifestyle. She also discusses the things in the environment we cannot control and gives some shocking statistics regarding how many toxins we consume yearly. Tune in to learn how to understand the role of detoxification diets and what you can do daily to create a lifestyle that supports your body's natural detoxification process.IN THIS EPISODE:● [8:17] How does our body detox itself? Jenn breaks this down by organs. ● [9:29] Phases of detoxification.● [13:28] What factors impact our body's detoxification process? ● [16:05] How do all of our organs work together to detox the body? ● [19:48] How does detoxification help us age well, and what are the impacts on our cells?● [23:04] Which antioxidants are essential for good detoxification? ● [28:50] Where are we getting all the toxic chemicals? ● [32:13] How might we know if a build-up of toxins is impacting our health? ● [35:04] What vitamins and minerals help with detoxification? ● [36:58] What can we do to support detoxification?● [42:34] How do we create moderation with our toxic intake and support our body? KEY TAKEAWAYS:● We have the organs and cells involved in detoxification. Detoxification is energy, and it is all nutrient dependent. ● Because of our environment, the human body is forced to filter and detoxify an average of 80,000 chemicals. There are 2,000 new chemicals introduced into commerce annually in the United States. ● Our body is detoxing every day, all the time. It is best served by supporting our natural detox pathways by minimizing insults and providing the building blocks for proper detox function. QUOTES: “Toxins are basically any harmful substance that can build up in the body over time. We get them from the air we breathe, the food we eat, stress, exercise, and our metabolism. The body is designed to do this process to get these toxins out, but our modern world has an overabundance of these toxins building up in our bodies because we have way more coming in than our natural systems can tolerate.” - Jenn Trepeck “Detoxification is as important as sleep and exercise.” - Jenn Trepeck“Stress, exercise, our metabolism, and more also create toxic byproducts the body needs to eliminate.” - Jenn Trepeck“When studies evaluate the safety of chemicals, they are tested for safety individually. Our lives though, are such that…we are exposed to a cocktail of toxins, which is not studied.” - Jenn Trepeck“To do a proper detox nutrition plan, you need to eat enough. We need fiber; we need all these other vitamins and minerals to support the body's process. If your detox is fasting, that is not a detox.” - Jenn Trepeck RESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries Instagram
Kelley Williamson is a Plant Based Chef and a Certified Food for Life Instructor through Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) specializing in low fat plant based (vegan) cooking under the name Plant Based Kitchen. Kelley focuses on facilitating cooking classes, offering personal chef services and sharing food information, recipes and ideas through all of the classes that she teaches. Kelley has taught over 6,000 individuals on plant based nutrition and has a passion for helping people heal through food.
Shoppers have been left staring at empty shelves and advised by their government to eat turnips over tomatoes. But the food shortage might be more serious than it sounds, reports Joanna Partridge. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
The Beginner's Garden with Jill McSheehy
Love salads? Join me today and we will talk about how you can have greens all year long for those delicious salads. Show Notes: (*links below contain affiliate links, which means if you click through and make a purchase, we will earn a commission at no extra cost to you.) Organic REV The first thing to understand about REV is that it is not an ordinary humic acid product that is chemically-extracted from leonardite, lignite, or other coals. Rather, it is a 100% naturally-occurring carbon, humic acid & fulvic acid source - along with exceptionally high levels of naturally-occurring microbial biomass that can increase nitrogen efficiency by up to 25%. REV replaces depleted soil carbon & bacterial biomass - and absorbs nutrients to make them more readily available to plants via their root systems. Promo Code for 10% off JILL10 Wood Prairie Family Farms A small family farm on the edge of Maine's North Woods is located just six miles from the Canadian border. For over 45 years they have dedicated themselves to time-honored organic regenerative farming practices and building up the fertile soil of Wood Prairie Family Farm. Certified Organic by MOFGA (USDA-Accredited) since 1982. Their organic crops are sold to customers like you through their website and their FREE mail order catalog. Check them out and use my code JILL5 for 5% off Succession greens YouTube video https://youtu.be/NMqqQxs0_bo Salad all summer YouTube video https://youtu.be/VwHZnQFBJ5Q Aero Garden https://amzn.to/3lXtCli 269 - Tobie Stanger - Countertop Indoor Gardens https://journeywithjill.libsyn.com/269-tobie-stanger-countertop-indoor-gardens Want to see more? Patreon Channel https://journeywithjill.net/patreon My Products: 2023 Complete Garden Planner https://journeywithjill.net/shop/ Vegetable Gardening for Beginners Book: https://amzn.to/3TZeJux Products I recommend: Recommended Brands & Products page: https://journeywithjill.net/recommended-brands-and-products/ https://www.amazon.com/shop/thebeginnersgarden Connect with Jill: Sign up for Friday Emails: https://journeywithjill.net/gardensignup Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebeginnersgarden/ Beginner's Garden Shortcut FB Group: https://facebook.com/groups/beginnersgarden/ Link to Beginner's Garden Podcast past episodes: https://journeywithjill.net/podcast
In this solocast GiGi Diaz dives into when is the right time to hire a coach in business and how to know which type of coach and level of coaching investment is right for you. Show Links:Join us at our next in person even in Miami: https://bit.ly/MBGevent (if you're typing this link into your browser note that it's captions sensitive)Boost your health with Island Sips Juice and Salads www.islandsips.comFollow GiGi on social media @GiGiDiazLIVE on all platformsFollow the Chats with GiGi podcast onInstagran @ChatswithGiGiPodcastLove the Chats with GiGi podcast? Subscribe and leave us a review!
Supermarkets have introduced limits on sales of certain fruit and vegetables due to shortages of fresh produce. They blame bad weather in southern Spain and Morocco but British farmers say it's a more systemic problem.Tortoise is a news start-up devoted to slow journalism. To access more of our journalism and get invites to exclusive events you can join Tortoise as a member. Visit tortoisemedia.com/friend and use the code Sense60 for a special offer today. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rob Byrd's Moondog Saturday Morning Show Podcast
(Episode 217) On this show the Blueberry Chicks Courtney Tolbolt, Hillary Fisher and Treat Hartmann spend time in the studio taste testing three different Blueberry infused salads and a dessert. It's all here right now and so much more on Rob Byrd's Moondog Show.
The Leader | Evening Standard daily
Supermarket bosses meet with ministers for ‘emergency meeting'. Lidl becomes the latest store to ration vegetables. Salad crisis ‘not a one off event'. Professor Christopher Elliot from Queen's University Belfast explains how the salad crisis might be fixed. Plus we speak with the Evening Standard's Business Editor Jonathan Prynn about the upcoming rise in energy bills, and whether gas costs will go down this year. In this episode:The government's switch from ‘just a blip' to emergency meetingHow climate change is the ‘number one issue'Why Europe thinks of the UK as the ‘customer of last resort'Energy Bills: why they're going up from AprilWill the energy rebate scheme be extended?Could oil and gas prices drop any time soon?Follow us on Twitter #TheLeaderPodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Jen Trepeck joins me to talk about the reasons why we tend to reach for unhealthy foods so easily, and what we can do to navigate these foods with our kids without creating "fear foods." We start by discussing the foods we tend to overeat and why they're so difficult to resist. Jenn will share tips on how to navigate these foods with our children and teach them healthy eating habits. Next, we'll talk about the importance of not just knowing what to eat but how to eat. Learning how to balance our meals and listen to our hunger cues is crucial for a healthy relationship with food. Jenn shares a suggested day of eating and how to balance our meals to ensure we're getting all the nutrients we need, as well as explores her thoughts on intermittent fasting. We also dive into the impact diet has on our mood and how we can make small changes to our diet to improve our mental health. Jenn Trepeck has been described as a "force of nature" in the wellness space, has been recognized as one of Podcast Magazine's 40 under 40, and was nominated for the 2022 International Women's Podcast Award for Visionary Leadership. She is an Optimal Health Coach, Podcaster and Business Consultant. After graduating from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, Jenn founded Better Life Now LLC while working full time in hedge funds. After over a decade of coaching clients, Jenn started Salad with a Side of Fries Podcast to help pay it forward and reach a larger audience to teach the nutrition education we are all supposed to know but no one ever taught us. Jenn implements revenue generating wellness programs in doctors' offices, salons and spas to further expand impact and help change the state of healthcare as a Certified Transitions Lifestyle Coach and Consultant with nutraMetrix Custom Health Solutions. Join us for an insightful and informative discussion on healthy eating habits, and learn how to make small changes to your diet that can have a big impact on your overall health and well-being. Listen in as we talk about: [1:10] Why we reach for the 'unhealthy' stuff so easily [2:45] The foods we tend to overeat [4:00] How to navigate these foods with our kids and not create "fear foods" [7:20] Learning not 'what' to eat but 'how' to eat [11:55] A suggested day of eating and how to balance your meals [18:40] Learning how to check in with ourselves and our hunger [21:45] Jenn's thoughts on intermittent fasting [25:45] How diet impacts mood Notes from Natalie: Sign Up for Natalie's Newsletter Seeking Health: www.natalietysdal.com/favorites Link for complimentary one on one call: https://calendly.com/jenntrepeck/wellness-discovery-1-1?month=2023-02 Connect with Jenn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenntrepeck/ Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saladwithasideoffriespod/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jenntrepeck LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifertrepeck/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JenniferTrepeck/ Podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Saladwithasideoffriespodcast Website: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jenntrepeck?lang=en YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSpWoxiacNuGbyUtWPNYRnw Connect with Natalie Tysdal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ntysdal/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ntysdal Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NatalieTysdal/ Website: https://www.natalietysdal.com
The Real HouseMATES of New York
“Uhh it's Salad” - RHONJ S13 E03, VPR S10 E03, SUMMER HOUSE S07 E02Mention it All:Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip 3 trailer dropped and we have thoughts! Real Housewives of New Jersey S13 Ep03:Is Luis the Gorga whisperer? Vanderpump Rules S10 Ep03:It is time to start getting mad at Schwartz. Summer House S07 Ep02:Kyle vs. Carl.. the fight we never wanted.Timestamps:Intro/Opening : 00:00:00 -> 00:04:38MENTION IT ALL: 00:04:38 -> 00:16:13RHONJ: 00:16:13 -> 00:40:43VPR: 00:40:43 -> 01:05:07SUMMER HOUSE: 01:05:07 -> 01:28:49Outro: 01:28:49 -> EndBuzzsprout Sign up link!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1801338Make sure to follow us on:Instagram | Youtube | TiktokAnd keep an eye out on therealhousemates.nyc for fun updates!
With bare shelves in supermarkets where tomatoes should be and some retailers rationing them along with cucumbers and peppers, we ask what's going on. Whose fault is it and is the solution turnips, indoor farms, or better contracts for farmers? In this programme we'll try to find out with a panel of experts and opinions from around the country and beyond. Charlotte Smith speaks to Kevin White, Fresh Foods Editor at The Grocer, Lee Stiles from Lea Valley Growers, Dr Kamran Mahroof, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Analytics at Bradford University, Johnathon Tremayne from Global Pacific which sources fruit and veg for supermarkets, and Ksenija Simović, Senior Policy Advisor at the European farming union, Copa Cogeca. Produced by Beatrice Fenton.
Ron complains that there are no more salad bars or buffets where he lives. He also can't handle the news anymore, or at least doesn't want to.... Guest: Sandy Rogers "Cracking The Code To Customer Devotion"
Nutrition Nugget! Bite-size, bonus episodes offering tips, tricks and approachable science. This week, Jenn's talking about beets. Beets are a superfood because they are nutrient-dense and provide more than the average vitamins and minerals. Beets contain almost all of the vitamins and minerals that the body needs. The benefits of consuming beets include metabolic health, blood sugar, digestive, elimination support, and lower risk of all symptoms of illness and disease. Add beets into your diet by eating them raw, roasted, on a salad, pickled, make your own hummus, and so many more options! Like what you're hearing? Be sure to check out the full length episodes; new releases every Wednesday. Have an idea for a nutrition nugget? Submit it here: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com/index.php/contact/ RESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramWannabe Clutter Free WebsitePodcast for Aspiring MinimalistsWannabe Clutter Free InstagramWannabe Clutter Free PinterestWannabe Clutter Free Facebook
Hollerin with Hollenbeck: Warming Up in Cold Weather, Carnivore Diet, Top Salads, Shout Outs
As supermarkets ration salad, one tomato grower tells us what that what the sector really needs is government help to invest in hi-tech greenhouses. Flavourfresh near Stockport produce tomatoes under glass. They have their own power plant, selling energy to the grid. They use the excess heat to warm the glasshouses and the carbon dioxide to help plants grow bigger. However, large modern greenhouses like theirs cost millions. Producer Andy Roe says the sector needs help to finance state-of-the art sites like theirs, then he says they'd be able to grow more for the British market. The Defra secretary, Therese Coffey, has been addressing farmers at the NFU annual conference in Birmingham. She said the ELMS budget did not need to be increased to help farmers meet government environmental targets, and she also said that the challenges faced by pig and poultry producers did not equate to market failure and so she would not be using new powers under the Agriculture Act to intervene. Re-introductions of animals and birds usually feature high-profile species like beavers or wild cats, but there are others like the pine hoverfly - a small, elusive and very rare insect, whose habitat is among Scots Pine trees. The last population in Britain is in the Cairngorms National Park - and that's where conservationists from the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland are involved in a breeding programme which has been releasing pine hoverflies back into the wild for the past two years. Presenter: Caz Graham Producer: Rebecca Rooney
Grow, cook, eat, arrange with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson
Beside the visual splendour of a thriving vegetable garden, there's such joy to be had from picking your own delicious ingredients.At a perfect time to coincide with Sarah's new book, she takes this solo episode to share a fantastic list of the 12 absolute best vegetables, from flavoursome essentials to the simplest, most cut-and-come-again veg for all seasons.In this episode, discover:Several of the most prolific, cut and come again veg from Mizuna and Rocket to the versatile Swiss ChardVarieties of Kale for the patient gardener or those looking for a quick growerA duo of tomatoes befitting of any garden alongside what Sarah dubs ‘the perfect cucumber'Get in touch: email@example.comShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store. Today we are joined by Deanna Yates, founder, and CEO of Wannabe Clutter Free. Physical clutter and mental clutter definitely tie in with one another. When your environment is full of items, it can be more challenging to get motivated or stick with the healthy habits you want. Deanna gives excellent tips and tricks on how to get started with organizing your home and how to simplify the items in your house, from your pantry to your closet and your entryway to your nightstand. Tune in to learn how to get your house in order so you can be the better version of yourself.IN THIS EPISODE:● [4:07] How did Deanna start her business, Wannabe Clutter Free?● [6:37] What are her thoughts on The Home Edit and Marie Condo? ● [11:27] Jenn's story about getting organized and how it changed her food decisions.● [12:40] How does clearing the clutter affect our mental clarity? ● [16:27] Deanna's 3-step process to start decluttering.● [20:02] Where should you begin with decluttering? ● [25:55] How does Deanna help people through a wardrobe closet cleanout?● [27:30] How to create a “module wardrobe” - 12 pieces, 72 outfits.● [32:36] What are some of the biggest mistakes people make when trying to live minimally?● [36:20] How does changing your environment create behavior change? KEY TAKEAWAYS:● Take 15 minutes, choose a room and use these three things: 1. Grab a plastic bag and fill it with garbage. 2. Put things you want to donate into a box. 3. Anything you have in your house that you want to keep but doesn't belong in the room it's currently in, put them in a laundry basket so you can concentrate on the one space. Then put away the items in the laundry basket when the 15 minutes are up. ● When decluttering, think about what you can implement to make each space feel good and be the most productive for its purpose. ● Don't try to overhaul your house all at once; it gets to be too much. Just take one small space at a time and go from there. Not only will it feel more doable, but you will also start creating great habits over time.QUOTES: “If we can remove the excess, or tidy up, or clean up, it's also a freeing of the mind. The physical space helps with the mental space.” - Jenn Trepeck “It's not about not having stuff. It's about using your stuff to help you, using your stuff as tools.” - Deanna Yates“Clothes are one of those things that can be very emotional because the experience we have when wearing those clothes then stays with those clothes.” - Deanna Yates“So I think those kinds of things as we can set those little baby steps up. Then again, it all comes back to that mental clarity where it frees us up to be the better versions of ourselves. It frees us up to have a moment of, okay, things don't have to be such a panic. I don't have to be in such a rush.” - Deanna YatesRESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramGUEST RESOURCES: Wannabe Clutter Free WebsitePodcast for Aspiring MinimalistsWannabe Clutter Free InstagramWannabe Clutter Free PinterestWannabe Clutter Free FacebookGUEST BIO:Deanna Yates is the founder and CEO of Wannabe Clutter Free and host of the popular podcast, Wannabe Minimalist. She is passionate about helping busy families learn how to let go of the stuff holding them back so they can enjoy more time together, stop spending their weekends cleaning house, and wake up excited for the day ahead. When she's not helping clients realize their dreams, you can find her paddle boarding, searching for the tastiest breakfast burrito, or balancing her love of world travel with her love of snuggling up on the couch.
Running is Cheaper Than Therapy
On today's episode, we will hear from renowned wellness expert and distance running enthusiast, Dr. Nina Cherie Franklin. Also known as That Salad Lady across multiple media including YouTube and TikTok. Dr. Franklin will talk us through her journey of keeping fit since the age of 12 to date even through motherhood. Dr. Franklin has extensive knowledge about food and nutrition given that she has a plethora of academic degrees and certifications. She will talk to us about her passion with food and nutrition how she moved from academia to create the “That Salad Lady” brand. Why she feels like this way she has more impact on the world than she ever would have hoped to. Besides sharing some of her recipes, she will teach us how to create our own salad bowls filled with foods we love and how to not feel guilty about certain foods. Episode Highlights: Dr. Franklin starts running prompted at age twelve. Dr. Franklin speak about her experience running marathons. She talks about remaining active even after a difficult pregnancy. Balancing running, motherhood and work. So, what motivates Dr. Franklin to keep active? Nutrition academia and gaps in research particularly with black women. Dr. Franklin drops academia to become That Salad Lady. Dr. Franklin shares some of her salad bowl recipes. Dr. Franklin shares some life lessons and words of wisdom for us. Guest Bio Nina Cherie Franklin, PhD is a healthy living coach, globally recognized wellness expert, and the woman behind the blog and brand “That Salad Lady” and “That Salad Lady University.”Leveraging her scientific knowledge, academic background and extensive experience in health, nutrition and fitness, Nina inspires healthy eating and living through practical hands-on experiences, and empowers lasting lifestyle change through continuing education offerings andlifelong learning opportunities. As a commentator and regular contributor to scientific journals and national media publications, Nina influences and challenges the wellness industry and is a strong advocate for making healthy living more approachable, accessible and inclusive. About “That Salad Lady” As That Salad Lady, Nina Cherie Franklin couples her advanced degrees and decades of experience in health, fitness and nutrition with her obsession for salad making. Leveraging her blog and brand and recently launched University, she educates and empowers everyday people by promoting small diet and lifestyle changes through salad making to, ultimately, cultivate healthier, happier relationships with food. By teaching people how to build their bowl. That Salad Lady helps people gain more confidence through a greater sense of control over their eating patterns, food choices, and overall ability to make healthy, satisfying meals. As Nina Cherie Franklin, PhD she remains active in contributions to scientific journals and national media publications in order to continue her efforts to influence the wellness industry and to advocate for making healthy living more approachable, accessible and inclusive. But That Salad Lady is here to prove that this can all start with a salad. Credentials. Degrees. · PhD in Kinesiology, Nutrition and Rehabilitation; UIC. · MS in Movement Science (Clinical and Applied Exercise Physiology); UIC. · Diploma in Clinical Massage Therapy; Soma Institute, Chicago, IL. · BS in Kinesiology (Exercise Science, Fitness and Health Promotion); UIUC. Certifications · Certified Group Exercise Instructor; ACSM · Certified Health Coach; ACE Fitness · Certified Exercise Physiologist; ACSM · Certified Clinical Massage Therapist; NCBTMB Connect with Dr. Nina Franklin · Connect with Nina Cherie Franklin on her website Healthy Living Coach and Wellness Expert. · Connect with That Salad Lady · Connect with Nina on Linkedin. · Connect with Nina on Facebook. · Watch That Salad Lady on TikTok. · Connect with Nina on Instagram. · Catch up with That Salad Lady on Twitter. · Connect with That Salad Lady on Pinterest. · Watch That Salad Lady on YouTube. Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email firstname.lastname@example.org. To subscribe and review use one links of the links below Apple Spotify Google Get a copy of the book Running Is Cheaper Than Therapy: A Journey Back to Wholeness. It is available in hardback, paperback, and newly released audio form. Connect with Dr. Ouida Brown Instagram @ouilifeouilove Facebook @ouilifeouilove33 Twitter @ouilifeouilove Youtube @ouilifeouilove Sign up for my newsletter http://bit.ly/OuilifeOuiloveNewsletter
What’s the Verdict? with Nick Reit and Jess Jones
Go Birds? More like Go get yourself a Fenty blotting powder, crack open a box of Thin Mints, and enjoy this episode! Nick and Jess give their takes on Super Bowl halftime shows of the past, commercials of the present, and media concerns of the future. The debates over which Girl Scout cookie is the best cookie and which Farmer deserves the best wife are definitively settled, and the Google alerts for Lukas Gage are addressed. Follow @theverdictpod on Instagram and Twitter, and like, review, and subscribe wherever you listen!
Why is there a shortage of fruit and vegetables in the UK? After Tesco became the latest supermarket to introduce limits on sales of certain fruit and vegetables due to shortages of fresh produce, Adam is joined by the BBC's Faisal Islam and Farming Today's Anna Hill to discuss what this all means for our shopping trolleys. We hear from JOsh Baker, host of The Shamima Begum Story, Series 2 of the investigative podcast I'm Not a Monster, after her bid to regain UK citizenship was rejected. And Chris Mason is back to examine whether the government has shifted its tone on public sector pay after the Royal College of Nursing union halted next week's 48-hour strike in England. Today's episode was presented by Adam Fleming and was made by Tim Walklate with Cordelia Hemming, Pearse Lynch and George Dabby. The technical producer was Mike Regaard. The senior news editor was Damon Rose.
Lisa Genova graduated valedictorian from Bates College with a degree in Biopsychology and has a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Harvard University. Acclaimed as the Oliver Sacks of fiction and the Michael Crichton of brain science, she is the New York Times bestselling author of novels Still Alice, Left Neglected, Love Anthony, Inside the O'Briens, and Every Note Played. Julianne Moore won the Best Actress Oscar for her role in the film adaptation of Still Alice. Film adapations for Every Note Played, Inside the O'Briens and Left Neglected are in production.Lisa's first work of nonfiction, Remember: The Science of Memory and the Art of Forgetting was an instant New York Times bestseller. Lisa's TED talks on Alzheimer's and memory have over 10 million views.Connect with Lisa on Instagram: @authorlisagenovaShow Links:Join us at our next in person even in Miami: https://bit.ly/MBGevent (if you're typing this link into your browser note that it's captions sensitive)Boost your health with Island Sips Juice and Salads www.islandsips.com Follow GiGi on social media @GiGiDiazLIVE on all platforms Follow the Chats with GiGi podcast on Instagran @ChatswithGiGiPodcastLove the Chats with GiGi podcast? Subscribe and leave us a review!
Nutrition Nugget! Bite-size, bonus episodes offering tips, tricks, and approachable science. This week, Jenn's talking about heart rate and heart rate monitors. While we are lucky that our heart beats on its own and we don't have to think about it, we should still be aware of what it might be telling us. We should all know our resting heart rate and target heart rate during exercise and then track our heart rate recovery, which is the length of time it takes for our heart rate to come down after exercise or activity. If we experience a change in our resting heart rate, it can indicate that something else is going on with our overall health. Our heart rate can inform us of heart function, mortality risk, and even how certain treatments are working. Do you know your resting heart rate? If not, it's time to learn! Like what you're hearing? Be sure to check out the full length episodes; new releases every Wednesday. Have an idea for a nutrition nugget? Submit it here: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com/index.php/contact/ RESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries Instagram
In this episode of Nicky and Moose, Rochelle T. Parks shares her journey from being an Army Veteran to building an optimal health business brand. Blueprint To Success “Get in action!” Figure out your strategy along the way. The perfect vision or structure you desire doesn't happen overnight. Start now! Stop being stagnant with information you've learned an experienced. Use that to market yourself and build credibility. Create a schedule or system to help you remain consistent in reaching your goals. Consistency is vital to building trust amongst the community your building. Footsteps For Successful Brand Build a productive team. Have people in your circle that believe in you. Setting the right price for your products. Remain encouraged to push forward from successful confirmations along the journey. How To Build Belief In Your Services Serve people at the highest level possible. Market the results from your services. The people you've helped are your credentials. Help people accomplish the vision they have for themselves. Three Daily Fitness Tips Drink water in half your body ounces. Eat one Salad a day or every other day. No food addictions! Questions 1) What value are you bringing to customers? 2) What value does your product offer? 3) What can people expect from you once they invest in your program? Three Book Recommendations Eat This And Live - Don Colbert The Priority Has To Be You - Rochelle T. Parks You Owe You - Dr. Eric Thomas Rochelle T. Parks Socials & Masterclass Free Masterclass every Tuesday at 8pm https://www.sasmasterclass.com/nickyandmoose Text 240-650-9140 to join the text community. Instagram - Rochelle T. Parks YouTube - Rochelle T. Parks Listener Perks 1) Sponsored By Ecamm Live: An all-in-one live streaming & video production studio. With Ecamm Live, video creation is easy, professional, and fully customizable. If you can think it, you can create it in Ecamm Live. Try it for free www.nickyandmoose.com/ecamm 2) Deeper Than The Brand is a content creator community that prepares you for success in a building and sustaining a successful brand. Head over to deeperthanthebrand.com to learn more and get started today! 3) Striving to be the best we can is an on going journey. Having the blueprint of ourselves makes that goal more sustainable. Head over to flightassessment.com to learn your personality superpower and how to use it for successfully.