36 episodes

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.

Enjoy!
Kirsty

Kulturing Kuriosity Podcast Kirsty Wirth

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 26 Ratings

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.

Enjoy!
Kirsty

    Episode 1: Kulturing Kuriosity with Kirsty Wirth

    Episode 1: Kulturing Kuriosity with Kirsty Wirth

    Hi I’m Kirsty and welcome to our first episode of the Kulturing Kuriosity Podcast! Before you push play, here’s a little about me. I’m the founder of Kultured Wellness, a company whose mission is to inspire and educate people to take control of their health by eating real and fermented foods that nourishes the brain and the gut. I am the brainchild behind the Kultured Wellness Culture Starters and functional supplements, the Kultured Wellness Optimal Gut Healing Programs and the proud co-author of GUTALICIOUS. I have been fortunate to have appeared on numerous leading health and wellness podcasts and I love being able to break down complex concepts into easy to understand information. My qualifications and experience in education, teaching and research spans over 15 years and continues to drive my purpose of empowering our community to gain knowledge and understanding to become well and thrive. 
    I am also a HUGE nature lover, a mother, wife and a fervent advocate for children on the spectrum. 
    And finally I am super curious! I hope you enjoy the podcast series, all about getting curious and inspiring you in your life and wellness journey. 

    • 43 min
    Episode 2: Kulturing Kuriosity with Cyndi O’Meara

    Episode 2: Kulturing Kuriosity with Cyndi O’Meara

    This week I am joined by the fearless Cyndi O’Meara who tells us about a time when she was in her 50’s and what she discovered about the ketogenic diet. What Cyndi shares comes from such an interesting angle, discussing the ancestral origins and benefits of the Ketogenic diet and how we would do well to keep these origins in mind when applying the diet in our current age.
    We discuss her quest for knowledge and how she seeks out and then consolidates the information to quench that thirst for knowledge.
    We discuss the idea of ketones being the fourth macronutrient and the controversial topic of xygenous ketones. Later we discuss the importance of staying curious and cultivating this in our children.  

    • 35 min
    Episode 3: Kulturing Kuriosity with Alexx Stuart

    Episode 3: Kulturing Kuriosity with Alexx Stuart

    In this episode I am joined by Alexx Stuart, founder of Low Tox Life. Alex and I have a wonderful conversation all about the areas in her health that she’s been curious about. We discuss how tonsillitis plagued her until she had a wonderful consult with a naturopath who really changed the course of how she investigated her health, the questions that she asked and taught her the importance of forming a great partnership with a practitioner. She also went on to talk about how she was told at the age of 28 that she was in early menopause and that there wasn’t much she could do about it! She also talks about the masses of information she had to gather and the team she had to have around her to work out what was going on with her severe health decline which in the end was an inflammatory response to mould which was really just providing this cascade of issues she had to address. She talks about some of the blessings that happened for her while learning about mould. 
    I also ask Alexx about where to from here, what is she curious about now and she discusses her new book, what she is learning about climate change and what we should be doing for our own bodies and health.

    • 33 min
    Episode 4: Kulturing Kuriosity with Alicia Berry

    Episode 4: Kulturing Kuriosity with Alicia Berry

    This is definitely not one to miss. In today’s episode I talk with one of our own team, health coach, Alicia Berry. Alicia became curious when, suffering with some serious health concerns, she wondered if her breast implants were the root cause of her problems. 
    Alicia discusses her journey to getting her implants removed, the impact this had on her health, the hidden blessings and how her experience has gone on to help others. A truly touching story. 

    • 21 min
    Episode 5: Kulturing Kuriosity with Brad leech

    Episode 5: Kulturing Kuriosity with Brad leech

    Today’s guest is Brad Leech, a Clinical Nutritionist, Ayurvedic Herbalist and PhD Candidate at the Australian Research Centre in Complementary and Integrative Medicine. Brad is a current Lecturer and Clinic Supervisor in Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine at the Endeavour College of Natural Health while also holding the position of Subject Coordinator (Nutrition and Healthy Eating) at the University of Technology Sydney.
    His major clinical focus is finding and treating the underlying cause of any autoimmune disease using a functional and holistic approach. With a passion for food as medicine, Brad utilises diet, nutrition and herbal medicine to manage chronic disease. Brad is an international presenter and published peer-reviewed author. He presents at health conferences, wellness events, on Youtube, Podcasts and has also been featured in the health documentary – No Reason For Disease.
    Brad has assisted local and international clients presenting with a diverse range of autoimmune diseases to improve their health and well-being. His philosophy includes correcting the four major contributing factors to autoimmune disease development and progression: inflammation, increased intestinal permeability (leaky gut), dysbiosis and immune dysregulation.

    • 44 min
    Episode 6: Kulturing Kuriosity with Steph Lowe

    Episode 6: Kulturing Kuriosity with Steph Lowe

    Steph Lowe is a sports nutritionist, yogi and founder of The Natural Nutritionist, a hub for celebrating the importance of real food, and author of Low Fat Healthy Fat Nutrition.
    With a passion for spreading a positive message about real food and the incredible effect it has on performance, Steph launched The Natural Nutritionist in 2011 and is on a mission to inspire others to make health a priority in their lives. 
    Along with running the Natural Nutritionist, Steph hosts the podcast, The Real Food Reel, the resident nutritionist for Melrose Health and has an online 12 week online programme, LCHF Endurance. 

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

SS Bomb ,

Episode 27 - THANK YOU 🙏🏼!!

Oh My Goodness Kirsty & Alexx, Thank You 🙏🏼 to the moon and back for this episode!! I literally had so many tears - of understanding, during this episode! Thank you so so much for sharing. You made my week Xoxox

Richo1987222 ,

Great podcast

Love Kirsty knowledge she shares and her fabulous products that help change me families eating habits 🙌🏻

Nia<3 :) ,

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! 🙌🏼🙌🏼

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