99 episodes

Welcome to Drama Free Healthy Living with Jess Cording, a registered dietitian, health coach, and author. We'll talk about easy ways to upgrade your life, streamline your wellness routine, and explore health and diet trends.

Drama-Free Healthy Living With Jess Cording Jessica Cording, MS, RD, CDN, INHC

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 16 Ratings

Welcome to Drama Free Healthy Living with Jess Cording, a registered dietitian, health coach, and author. We'll talk about easy ways to upgrade your life, streamline your wellness routine, and explore health and diet trends.

    Episode 147: An Interview with Holistic Nutritionist Maria Marlowe

    Episode 147: An Interview with Holistic Nutritionist Maria Marlowe

    In this podcast episode, I have an in-depth conversation about nutrition and skincare with  Maria Marlowe, a holistic nutrition expert who has made clear skin from within her life’s work.  She describes how our skincare, food intake, and external habits can affect our skin. 
     
    Not only does she tell us her personal skin protocol and discuss the gut-skin connection and how it can help you-she will also give us an in-depth examination as other aspects of your life can affect your skin. 
     
    In this episode we discuss:
     
    Self-care steps to better skin How just adding something like a quick meditation a day could keep the acne away. What foods are best for your skin and The best steps to including them in your diet. 



    Maria’s Website (www.mariamarlowe.com ) 
    Instagram (www.instagram.com/mariamarlowe ) 
    Her Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/GlowbyMarlowe/ ) 
    Her Youtube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/GLOWbyMarlowe ) 
    Clear Skin Plan (http://www.mariamarlowe.com/clear-skin-plan ) 
    The Real Food Grocery Guide (https://amzn.to/3J3O2PK ) 
    Be Healthy Everyday paper planner (https://amzn.to/32WI5Vz ) 

    • 1 hr
    Episode 146: Culina Health Co-Founders Vanessa Risetto and Tamar Samuels

    Episode 146: Culina Health Co-Founders Vanessa Risetto and Tamar Samuels

    In today’s episode you’ll get some unfiltered RD chat. Today I’m chatting with Vanessa Risetto and Tamar Samuels, the co-founders of Culina Health, an amazing group of nutritionists on a mission to make nutrition counseling more accessible. 
     
    In addition to sharing insight on what you can do today to increase your health, they’ll give you an eagle-eye view of the dietitian career path and what it’s like to run a virtual business. They also share their personal favorite things to eat and what they do to stay healthy. We also engage in some enthusiastic myth-busting and nutrition trend commentary. We also discuss diversity of the field and what they hope will help the health education world thrive. 
     
    Visit CulinaHealth.com to learn more and connect with them on Instagram 
     
    Culina Health: @culinahealth 
    Vanessa: @vanessarissettord 
    Tamar: @tamarsamuels.rd

    • 50 min
    Episode 145: An Interview with Molecular Biologist and KYOORD Founder Dr. Limor Goren

    Episode 145: An Interview with Molecular Biologist and KYOORD Founder Dr. Limor Goren

    Skeptical about whether food really can be medicine? Listening to this episode just might change your mind. I’m chatting with Dr. Limor Goren, a molecular biologist and cancer researcher who is the founder of Kyoord olive oil, about the incredible healing benefits of olive oil. In addition to nerding out on the science behind its health-promoting properties, she’ll also discuss the process used to create olive oil to get the most out of its therapeutic potential. 
     
    Check out Kyoord on their Website WWW.KYOORD.COM and Social media @KYOORD
     
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    (https://jessica-cording-nutrition.ck.page/ab225bdbfa)

    • 52 min
    Episode 142: A Conversation with Author and Mental Health Advocate Sarah Fay

    Episode 142: A Conversation with Author and Mental Health Advocate Sarah Fay

    In this podcast episode I chat with the inspiring advocate and author, Sarah Fay to discuss her amazing book, Pathological: The True Story of Six Misdiagnoses- a must-read about mental health. It is not only a manifesto on the issues with our national healthcare system, but also exposes the faults of supposed “strategic” documents like the DSM and other traditional avenues for mental health diagnoses.   
    In addition to discussing the patient experience, in this conversation, Sarah also discusses what is necessary to evolve the discussion on mental health and health as a whole. You will also get guidance on how you can best discuss mental health with your medical provider and what you can do to be your own medical advocate.  She also will give you tips on being your own medical provider with some daily check-in’s you can do yourself. This is a really important conversation I hope you’ll tune into. 
     
    Order Pathological on Amazon
    Pathological, the Movement: https://www.pathological.us
     
     
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    Host: https://www.instagram.com/jesscording/

    • 43 min
    Episode 140 My Favorite Clean Beauty Products

    Episode 140 My Favorite Clean Beauty Products

    In this solo episode I share how I got interested in clean beauty (and what the heck that term means) and share some of my very favorite products. A few of the brands I mention are:  
    Crunchi ( check out my shop: crunchi.com/jessicacording)
    Beautycounter (http://beautycounter.com/juliatsakalis —I almost always order from my sister, linked here, but you probably know at least one Beautycounter consultant)
    Cocokind (https://www.cocokind.com)
    Native (https://www.nativecos.com ) 
     
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    • 24 min
    Episode 139: Spiritual Mixtape Founder Daisy Mack

    Episode 139: Spiritual Mixtape Founder Daisy Mack

    As a career changer, I sincerely love speaking with other career changers and learning from their experience. Because of this, I’m especially excited to speak with Daisy Mack, a breath work and stress management expert, certified integrative nutrition health coach and yoga teacher.
    Daisy helps people struggling with chronic stress build a personalized self-care protocol that supports and lifts them above their challenges. Prior to moving into wellness, Daisy spent 15 years working in the music industry, first as an agent and then as a North American VP for an entertainment conglomerate. Daisy is the founder of Spiritual Mixtape, where she works with individuals dealing with chronic stress to build a personalized self-care protocol. 
    There are so many great takeaways from my conversation with Daisy, but here are some of my favorites:

    Sometimes career changes can bring about some of the best and most significant life changes. So, as you explore the possibilities, find what feels right and think about where you want to show up every day;
    There’s familiarity in trauma and sometimes it’s easy to stay in the patterns we create as we process grief, but it’s important to look beyond and allow healing to take place;
    Your self-care and wellness practices are specific to you and are meant to feel exactly the way you want them to feel;
    In case you’ve questioned your identity and place in the world, remember that you’re not your job, your career is not your identity and that professional reinvention is a thing.
    If you’d like to learn more about Daisy and the work she does, you can connect with her via Spiritual Mixtape (https://www.spiritualmixtape.com/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/spiritualmixtape/).
     
    Sign up for my newsletter for more health and wellness content, special deals, and more. Enjoy a free guide to flexible meal planning as a thank-you for signing up. 

    (https://jessica-cording-nutrition.ck.page/ab225bdbfa)

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Kathleen Gage ,

Nice cross section of experts

Wow! Such a nice cross section of experts on the show. Jessica covers a wide array of topics as they pertain to health and fitness. Great job.

Qwertyuiozp ,

Real-life advice delivered in a relatable way

I like this podcast because the topics are varied (something for everyone!) and the way that Jess chats with her guests and pops in with her own experiences makes it seem like I’m just hanging with some friends having a conversation. Jess comes across as very caring and empathetic.

SusanHarper ,

Fitness trackers with a personal touch !

Great information very relatable. Using a fitness tracker solely without being mindful of the various pitfalls may take you beyond where you intended leaving more negative consequences then positive.
Jess Cording covers the subject incredibly well, love how she weaves her personal experiences throughout the podcast.

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