Hey there, Kirsty Wirth here and I am so glad you have dropped by to listen to the Kulturing Kuriosity Podcast. The inspiration behind this podcast comes from my passion to inspire people to be curious in every avenue of their lives and especially when it comes to health and wellness. Being curious is our greatest asset and is like a muscle, it needs to be flexed and once trained it’s amazing what you can achieve.
You will absolutely love the variety of topics that are covered in this podcast. From exploring that food can be medicine, to the complex world of your microbiome and gut health, lifestyle hacks, sleep, nutrition, hormones, parenting, kids health the list goes on!! But I didn’t want this podcast to just provide you with more information to be confused about, I feel we are already at info overload. Rather I wanted to share stories of hope and inspiration of those who have been curious and then followed through on that curiosity and gone on to achieve wonderful things.
So grab a cuppa, or strap on your walking shoes or fasten your seatbelt, however you are going to listen to this and get ready to be inspired, to learn how to think outside the box, how to question norms and your current state and then most importantly be encouraged to apply this to your own life so you can fulfill your own amazing dreams.
Kulturing Kuriosity with Jess Donovan
This one is for the Mamas and the Papas or anyone who has an interest in nourishing our children. I chat with Jess Donovan, Naturopath, who specialises in kids health, supporting families to raise happy and healthy kids. We dive into Jess’ own health journey and how finding the wonderful world of Naturopathy propelled her into her passion for kids' health. We also discuss some of the frequent deficiencies she sees in her practice and how some children benefit from supplementation.
Kulturing Kuriosity with Luke Hines
Welcome back to the podcast for 2021. You are going to love this candid chat with Luke Hines about what brings him joy and what he has been curious about over the past year. Luke discusses how the COVID crisis led him to turn everything he thought he knew about his own health pillars on their head, leading to a huge readjustment and redefinition in all areas of his life. I hope this episode sparks your own curiosity in some of these areas in your own life.
Kulturing Kuriosity with Alena Pribyl
For all the gut science nerds out there like me you are just going to love this episode. Today I interview Dr Alena Pribyl who is the senior scientist and research officer at Microba, the very lab we use at Kultured Wellness to analyse our clients’ gut microbiome. Listen in as we discuss the cutting edge science around sequencing and latest insights into the gut microbiome as it relates to mental health, cancer and more.
Kulturing Kuriosity with Matt Harris
Ever wanted to grow your own vegies? Well this is the episode for you. Today I chat with Matt Harris, founder of Vegepod, a company whose mission is to make growing veges foolproof. We cover topics such as soil health and quality and food miles. No matter what the size of your outdoor space I hope this inspires you to get growing.
Kulturing Kuriosity with Rachel Favilla
In this episode I am talking with Rachel Favilla. We begin discussing Rachel’s history of being diagnosed with Autoimmune hepatitis at age 14, which led on to a diagnosis and treatment of Anorexia. Rachel eventually found the healing power of real food and is now a nutritionist and educator with a beautiful simple philosophy around eating real food that serves your body and makes you feel good.
Kulturing Kuriosity with Brett Hill
In this episode I’m joined by Dr. Brett Hill. Brett is a chiropractor and today we talk all about how to flex that resilience muscle - how to build it, how to build resilience in kids, what skills you need and what areas of life you may need to build resilience in. Listen as Brett reflects on his own personal crisis that taught him these incredible steps and tools to be resilient for life. I know you’re going to love this one, which is so relevant right now in 2020.
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Changed my life!
What a wealth of information! Thanks to Kirsty and all her guests for what you share, it’s taught and inspired me! 🙌🏼🙌🏼