The Food Science Babe - The TRUTH Behind Food Labels, Ingredients, Chemicals and Food Misconceptions!
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In this episode I’m talking to Erin aka the Food Science Babe about the biggest misconceptions when it comes to our food’s labels, ingredients and content. She explains how she has worked for both a large food company and a small organic one, and how the latter changed her understanding of how our food is marketed. We also discuss the biggest misconceptions around topics like organic vs. non organic; GMO vs non-GMO; pesticides; chemicals in food; whether “natural” means “better”; food myths and so much more. for 20% off your order of Woo! for 20% off your first order PLUS extra savings when you subscribe!


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The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Podcast
The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Podcast
Lauryn Evarts & Michael Bosstick / Dear Media
Almost 30's Krista Williams & Lindsey Simcik On Finding Purpose, Strength, & New Opportunities
#324: On today's episode we are joined by the duo behind the wildly popular brand and podcast Almost 30; Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik. On this episode we discuss how to find inner strength, purpose, and new opportunities for your life. To listen to the Almost 30 Podcast click HERE To connect with Lauryn Evarts click HERE To connect with Michael Bosstick click HERE Read More on The Skinny Confidential HERE For Detailed Show Notes visit TSCPODCAST.COM To Call the Him & Her Hotline call: 1-833-SKINNYS (754-6697) This episode is brought to you by Olipop It tastes just like the sodas I grew up with, but unlike other sodas that are full of sugar, corn syrup, and artificial ingredients like aspartame, OLIPOP is made with natural ingredients that are actually good for you. Receive 20% off PLUS Free Shipping on their best selling variety pack. This is a great way to try all of their delicious flavors. Go to This episode is brought to you by ARRAE Arrae was created to help women feel the best so they can be their best, through targeted products which are 100% natural, filler-free, organic, and formulated by a Naturopathic Doctor. For 10% off, go to and use code ‘tsc’ at checkout. This episode is brought to you by Tatcha We are super excited to incorporate Tatcha’s newest treatment, The Dewy Serum, into our skincare ritual. This 3-in-1 serum resurfaces, plumps, and locks in moisture for smoother, plumper, dewier skin, and who doesn’t want that?The Dewy Serum helps replenish components of healthy skin lost over time, so don’t be surprised when your friends ask why your skin looks as soft as a baby’s. use our code SKINNY at for 15% off you order! Produced by Dear Media
1 hr 25 min
The Balanced Blonde // Soul On Fire
The Balanced Blonde // Soul On Fire
Jordan Younger
Ep 219 ft. Dave Asprey: Bulletproof, Biohacking, Intermittent Fasting, Sleep, Healing & More with the FATHER of Biohacking!
Are you ready to inject some va-va-voom into your daily routine, crank up your energy levels, decrease inflammation, and heal your body from toxins and dis-ease?  Today’s very, very special guest, Dave Asprey, aka the father of biohacking, is here to empower our Soul On Fire community with his life changing tools to control our body’s biology and help us show up even bigger and brighter than ever before. This deep dive into nutrition, the Bulletproof diet, and beyond MAY have you rethinking everything you thought you knew about healthy eating! He lays down the law on intermittent fasting, insomnia, mold and Lyme healing, inflammation, lectins, and more, and he shares spiritual takeaways from his fasting vision quest with a shaman.  He also discusses his new book, “Fast This Way,” which is set to shift your kitchen and mindset from top to bottom.   Listeners are encouraged to take their biohacking mission to the next level by sending the receipt of your book purchase to (, where you’ll be able to participate in a FREE fasting workshop with Dave Aspery walking you through his unique fasting philosophy.  Prepare for optimum mind-nourishment!  Thanks to (Cured )Nutrition for sponsoring this episode. This boutique, premium THC-free CBD brand is the only pure hemp product Jordan uses to enhance her mind and body performance. CBD curious? Head to ( and get your exclusive discount by using the code BLONDE at checkout.  Thanks to ( Gruvi) for sponsoring this episode. Fill up your bar this dry January with Gruvi, an alcohol-free craft beer and wine company from Denver, Colorado. Use the code, BLONDE at ( for 10% off your next round! Thanks to (Kin Euphorics) for sponsoring this episode. This beautiful brand is taking the beverage world by a storm with its de-stressing, adaptogen, nootropic, and botanic concoctions that will boost your mood and mind. For 15% + free shipping off your next purchase, head to ( or use the code BLONDE at checkout.  To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: ( Resources: Buy: ("Fast This Way")  Website: ( Store: ( Instagram: ( @thebalancedblonde) The Balanced Blonde is a production of (Crate Media)
1 hr 16 min
Sophie & Adi Jaffe
How to Mix Love & Business | Relationships
This week, we’re joined by an amazing couple — Erin Rose Cutler and Daniel Passov! Together, they run Neon Rose, an influencer and brand management agency that helps connect the socially influential to like-minded brands with a mindful focus on health and wellness. You may already recognize Erin Rose Cutler as Sophie’s manager and close friend. She has been by Sophie’s side throughout her entire influencer career. And, most recently, she and Sophie have crafted an incredible course for influencers at any level of experience — veterans and newbies alike — called, “The Influencer Secrets.” This course is not just on how to be any influencer, but how to be one with integrity. As a newlywed couple, Erin and her husband, Daniel, work together, play together, and live together. They share about their ups and downs of their journey, how they work together without getting their wires crossed, how they check-in with each other and allow space for one another, and how they balance their working relationship and their romantic relationship. Erin and Sophie also share how they put together their influencer course and what makes it so unique. We absolutely love recording these episodes where we’re joined by two people who share a life together in all aspects — business, love, and play — and we cannot wait for you to tune in! IGNTD Specials: IGNTD Hero Recovery Program - 30 Days Free Free Live Group Coaching Weekly from Dr. Jaffe IGNTD Live Online Groups (Free for 14 Days) Topics Discussed: [:36] About today’s special episode. [1:38] About Sophie’s new course on how to be an influencer, in collaboration with Erin. [2:27] More about today’s episode with Erin and Daniel. [4:25] About Philosophie Superfoods. [5:40] Welcoming Erin and Daniel to the podcast and sharing how we first met each other! [9:11] Erin and Sophie talk about their influencer journeys and why the space of wellness clicked for them. [11:21] Why being an influencer is a 24/7 career. [13:13] The difference in how Erin and Daniel show up and how they balance each other out. [15:03] How Erin and Daniel make their business relationship work. [17:38] Sophie speaks about the magic of Erin’s and her relationship as well as the importance of understanding yourself and where you thrive. [19:28] Daniel explains the three types of people in a business and why they are important. [21:06] Why you cannot be everything all the time in your business or career. [21:32] The importance of recognizing others’ strengths and letting them flourish in that, rather than forcing them to fit a certain role. [22:20] Erin elaborates on some of their early struggles working together on their business and how they resolved over time. [23:28] Daniel and Erin share some examples from when their wires got crossed in working their business/es and how they resolved them. [26:07] Daniel and Erin talk about their similarities and differences in their personalities (especially when it comes to things outside of their business.) [28:08] How do Daniel and Erin help center each other? [31:51] Where does Daniel think his understanding of “how important it is to disconnect” comes from? [33:51] The importance of disconnecting, checking in with yourself and your partner, and allowing space for yourself. [37:41] How Daniel and Erin discovered that cannabis helps them connect and wind down at the end of a busy day. [46:05] What self-care and decompressing looks like for Erin and Daniel. [50:41] Discussing the shift that is happening in 2021 of pursuing what you are passionate about, and the magic of Erin and Sophie’s new influencer workshop. [53:08] Erin and Sophie’s similarities and differences, why their relationship works, and how they came together to create an amazing course for influencers. [55:35] Nothing worth achieving is ever easy. [56:21] How many influencers do Erin and Daniel work with? How do they decide who to work with? [56:29] What makes Erin and Sophie’s course so special. [1:00:54] Who the influencer course is for. [1:01:55] Daniel shares what he feels is most impactful about the course. [1:02:41] Sophie shares more about who the course is for and who it can help. [1:03:14] What is the best advice that Daniel has ever received? [1:05:00] Erin shares about her proudest moment to-date. [1:06:58] Erin shares one of her hardest moments to-date. [1:09:16] Daniel shares one of his hardest moments to-date. [1:10:42] How did Daniel know what the right decision was to make when he was going through one of his hardest moments? [1:12:46] Daniel shares some of the self-care practices that are important to him being able to show up as his best self as an entrepreneur. [1:13:41] Erin shares some of her self-care practices that help her show up as her best self. [1:15:06] What ignites Daniel? [1:16:04] What ignites Erin? [1:18:03] Thanking Erin and Daniel for joining the podcast! Mentioned in this Episode: Philosophie Superfoods Use code IGNTD to stock up on your favorites! The Influencer Secrets Course Neon Rose Agency @ErinRoseCutler on Instagram @DanielPassov on Instagram Rachelle Tratt Find out more about IGNTD: Subscribe to the Podcast iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify Follow us on Social Media! Facebook: IGNTD Instagram: Sophie’s Instagram: @Sophie.Jaffe Adi’s Instagram: @DrAdiJaffe If you enjoyed this podcast… Please let us know what you want to hear about! Tell us in the comments or send us an email at About Our Sponsor: Philosophie Superfoods The Philosophie offers cleanses and other nutritional products that are unlike any of the other supplements and detoxification programs on the market. Why? Because they actually nourish the body with whole, live, nutrient-rich foods. Each of the Philosophie superfoods and protein blends is vegan, raw, gluten-free, and has absolutely no filler ingredients. Use code IGNTD to stock up on your favorites this holiday season!
1 hr 19 min
Recovering From Reality
Recovering From Reality
Dear Media, Alexis Haines
Ep. 107 Using Food as Empowerment with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz
In today's episode, I am joined by Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (@theguthealthmd). Dr. Bulsiewicz, MD MSCI, is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine. He trained in internal medicine at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and gastroenterology at The University of North Carolina Hospitals. He also earned a Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI) from Northwestern University and a certificate in nutrition from Cornell University. Dr. Bulsiewicz is board-certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology.   Dr. B. is a respected clinician and the recipient of numerous awards. At Northwestern, he received the highest award in his residency program (Rambach Award), was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society, and was Chief Medical Resident. At UNC, he once again received the highest clinical award and was Chief Gastroenterology Fellow.   Dr. B also has an accomplished background in research, with more than 20 scientific articles published and more than 40 presentations at national meetings. He also did advanced training at the UNC - Gillings School of Public Health and received a prestigious grant from the National Institutes of Health. (Bio via Lowcounty Gastroenterology)   We dive into the following topics… - What is the microbiome and what you need to know about it - Alexis’ daily diet + paleo lifestyle to support her autoimmune health - How trauma can influence gut health and the microbiome - Dr. B’s career path + what led him to help others heal their guts - Navigating physical health post-eating disorder recovery   Follow Alexis (@itsalexishaines), join our Facebook group, and follow @recoveringfromreality on Instagram to stay up to date on all things RFR! You can also enroll in Alexis’ Life Reset Course at to learn the exact, tools to recover from limiting and self- sabotaging beliefs, thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviors and replace them with new ones that will set you up for the life you deserve and are fully capable of as you integrate the learnings and tools in your life. for 20% off your first order!   Produced by Dear Media
1 hr
Almost 30
Almost 30
Lindsey Simcik
Ep. 394 - How I Reconnected with My Intuition with Krista Williams
THE SOLO Feeling a strong connection to your gut and intuition is such a validating and comforting feeling—there’s nothing else like it in the world. Being connected to your intuition allows you to confidently know you’re on the right path. When you have this feeling like there’s something guiding you along in life and there for you. But this last year has been rough on so many of us. If you’re feeling out of touch with yourself and your intuition, know that you’re not alone! Krista went through a period where she completely disconnected from herself, her voice, and who she is at a soul level. She shares how she found her way back to her intuition, and the steps she took to reconnect. We also talk about: When Krista first came in touch with her intuition Recognizing when you are disconnected from your intuition Confusing the ego for the intuition Going on a media detox Getting into nature Taking salt baths Listening to the whispers Speaking your truth Find more to love at (! Resources: The Almost 30 Membership is OPEN! Visit ( to find out more. Visit ( to shop for our (Cosmic Elixir) Sponsors: Daily Harvest | Use code ALMOST30 to get $25 off your first box at ( GoMacro Bars | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off at ( BetterHelp | Visit ( for 15% off your first month. As a BetterHelp affiliate, we may receive compensation from BetterHelp if you purchase products or services through the links provided. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Kin Euphorics Receive 15% off PLUS Free Shipping on your order. Go to ( or use code ALMOST30 at checkout  Almost 30 is edited by (Crate Media)
1 hr 3 min
With Whit
With Whit
Dear Media, Whitney Port
Staying Home With Whit | Katherine Power, CEO & Investor, on Building a Brand
Katherine Power is an amazing business woman that I have admired for years. I learned so much from her in this chat. She is a prolific consumer-brand builder, CEO, and investor focused on creating products and businesses that connect to millennial and Gen Z consumers. Katherine has taken age-old industries and reimagined them with data-led, digital-first business models built for the modern shopper. Katherine and I chat all about her new, clean beauty brand, MERIT, the path she took to create her successful business empire, and how she uses feedback on her ideas to inform her next business venture. Key themes to Katherine’s brands include accessibility, inclusivity, clean ingredients, and sustainability. Katherine is the co-founder of Who What Wear, an international fashion company, and Avaline, an organic wine brand. Additionally, she is the founder of Versed Skincare... one of my favorite brands that you have heard me talk about a lot! She has been acknowledged for her innovations on Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list, Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies list, and Adweek’s Creative 100 and as one of Inc.’s 20 Young Entrepreneurs to Watch. This episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a wellness company rooted in the transformative power of plant-based food. Visit to get 20% off your first order. This episode is brought to you by Tatcha. Tatcha is a Japanese beauty brand that believes that skincare is self-care. Use code WITHWHIT at for 15% off your purchase. Produced by Dear Media
32 min
Well-Fed Women
Well-Fed Women
Noelle Tarr
How to Improve Body Literacy with Valerie Agyeman, RD
Here’s the notes for episode #307 of Well-Fed Women. Be sure to check back every Tuesday for a new episode, and head over to Apple Podcasts or Stitcherto subscribe! To leave a review for the podcast (HORRAY!), go to: In this episode, Noelle and another Well-Fed Woman, Valerie Agyeman, RD discuss how to improve body literacy. Got a question you’d like us to answer? Email us at 10% of the funds we receive from our sponsors is donated directly to our partner charity, Thistle Farms, a place where women survivors of abuse, addiction, trafficking and prostitution receive help and support through residential programs, therapy, education, and employment opportunities. Because we get paid per download, you are actively supporting Thistle Farms by downloading our podcast each week. Topics! [03:13] How to Improve Body Literacy with Valerie Agyeman, RD Links! Noelle’s website: Buy our book Coconuts and Kettlebells Well-Fed Women Holistic Health Facebook Group Website: Instagram:@flourishheights Prep Dish                     If you’re looking for a simple and easy solution for meal planning, Prep Dish is everything you need, and more. Prep Dish is a subscription-based meal planning service with both paleo and gluten-free options. When you sign up for PrepDish, you’ll receive an email every week with a grocery list and instructions for prepping your meals ahead of time. After only 1-3 hours of prepping on the weekend, you’ll have all of your meals ready for the entire week. This is especially helpful for folks who work full time or are balancing multiple kids and school and many different schedules. We personally love Prep Dish because everything is planned out. All you need to do is go to grocery store, pick up the food on the meal plan and then follow the instructions. Allison, the woman behind Prep Dish is an RD and professional chef, and her meals and recipes are so easy to follow and super delicious! As a special offer for our community, Allison, the founder of PrepDish, is offering 2 weeks of free meal plans. To get your two weeks for free, go to When you sign up the cost will be zero’d out and you’ll get your two weeks of free meal plans! BiOptimizers If you are looking to support your immune system and your gut this winter season, which we all are, BiOptimizers has a pretty cool product called the “Ultimate Immunity Protection Stack”. Their Immunity Stack is a bundle of 3 products which contains over 18 natural herbs and probiotic blends formulated to eliminate bad bacteria, feed good bacteria, and repair a compromised gut lining.It works with your current routine and improves your gut-brain connection. You all know I love P3-OM, which is a proteolytic probiotic. It’s in this immunity stack, along with leaky gut guardian that contains really important prebiotics, you can just stir it into any beverage. It also includes Cogni-Biotics, which contains a blend of herbs and probiotics to help increase serotonin and happy chemicals to naturally elevate your mood, performance and cognitive function with no side effects or dependencies.For the entire month of November there’s a Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale going on so really now is the best time to try their stuff!Go to and use coupon code WELLFED10 to save an extra 10% on the Immunity Protection Stack.
50 min
The PCOS Nutritionist Podcast
The PCOS Nutritionist Podcast
Clare Goodwin
Paediatric Nutrition and Insulin Resistance with Dr Emily Ventura, PhD: making eating well sustainable for your children and avoiding the disordered eating narrative
I’m back with my first episode of The PCOS Nutritionist Podcast for 2021! For this first episode back in the new year, I have a super juicy episode for you all.  I know a lot of you either with children already or planning to have children are concerned about how your predisposition to insulin resistance (which roughly 80% of women with PCOS have) will affect your children’s health now and going forward. It’s hard enough as it is working on your own insulin resistance but how do you even start to approach your children’s nutrition? Getting children on board with picking vegetables over cheerios cereal, sweet snack packs and ice cream is no easy task - I have so much respect for you mamas out there! It may seem overwhelming to make changes to your children's nutrition, particularly if they’re wedded to a sugary cereal and juice in the morning and think vegetables “taste yucky”. So how do you approach making eating healthy, reducing (but not demonising) sugar and cooking a fun, exciting experience that you’re kids want to get involved in? And if you’ve got insulin resistance, how do you manage the potential genetic predisposition your children may also have without demonising foods, having ‘good’ and ‘bad’ foods and creating a disordered narrative around food? Given that so many women with PCOS deal with insulin resistance, so many women also struggle with disordered eating (usually in part as a result of their PCOS symptoms) and having had women ask me about setting their children up with a healthy diet and narrative around food, I figured this episode would be the perfect episode to start the new year with! Now, I’m no paediatric nutritionist and I don’t have any children myself, so I felt that it would be remiss of me to talk to this on my own. Luckily, I found myself in conversation at the end of last year with the wonderful Dr Emily Ventura, a researcher with a Masters in Public Health and PhD in Preventive Medicine at the University of Southern California, a nutrition educator, public health advocate, writer, cook and mother of two - who also has PCOS.  I thought she was the perfect person to speak all about the issue of managing your children’s nutritional health (without the disordered eating tendencies). And we all know that getting kids to eat well is often no easy feat - especially when it’s vegetables versus cake, crisps and sugary drinks.  We talk about all things paediatric nutrition, sugar, insulin resistance and provide you with some actionable tips that you can use with your family to make healthy eating fun and sustainable for both you and your little ones. Being both a mum and a researcher in pediatric nutrition, Emily has the perfect balance of knowledge and real-life experience to discuss this subject and I’m beyond excited for you all to hear this fascinating conversation! *This episode is for you if:* * Have insulin resistance * Have children or are currently TTC * You want to know more about how sugar affects your children’s health * Your children struggle with mood swings * You’re looking for tools to nourish your children without demonising or idolising foods * You’re starting out with healthy eating and want some tips *Some things we cover in this episode:* * Emily’s journey with PCOS and background in pediatric nutrition * How sugar can affect your children’s behaviour * Making healthy eating and cooking fun for kids * How to develop good eating patterns without demonising sugar * How to expose your children to different types of foods * How to stop your children getting on the sugarcoaster * How much protein children need (by age) *Resources and References:* *
1 hr 21 min
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