Where Wellness & Entrepreneurship Coexist. On the Eat Green Make Green Podcast, Serial Entrepreneur, TEDx Speaker, and Acclaimed Author Pat McAuley explores all things wellness and entrepreneurship. The Eat Green Make Green Podcast is all about inspiration, positivity, & compassion.
Episode 163: Jon Paul Crimi & Change Your Breath Change Your Life
“Breath shifts the emotion. If you change the emotion, you can change your life.”
On this week’s episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast I sit down with the incredible Jon Paul Crimi. Jon Paul is one of the premier breathwork leaders in the world. He works with countless celebrities, pro athletes, CEO’s and hosts regular breathwork workshops and online classes. We talk about his scrappy past growing up in Boston, why he moved out to LA to pursue acting and personal training, why it’s not healthy to bottle up your emotions, how he found breathwork and how he developed his east coast approach to breathwork, why breathwork is much more sustainable than psychedelics, why almost all of us have past traumas that are affecting our health, why the best way to help others is to first help yourself, the power of accepting what is, and why if you change your breath you change your life.
Jon Paul’s Website
Jon Paul’s Teacher Training Website
Jon Paul’s Instagram
Episode 162: Dr. Brooke Goldner & Healing Chronic Disease With Diet
“Chronic disease is something we’ve invented, it is unnatural to the human body. We eat things that create inflammation all day long, and we handicap our immune system from responding.”
On this week’s episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast, I sit down with the unstoppable Dr. Brooke Goldner. Dr. Goldner is a board certified Physician, Author, Speaker, and Founder of goodbyelupus.com. We talk about how she was diagnosed with stage 4 Lupus and given 6 months to live at the age of 16, how she was on chemotherapy and other experimental treatments for years, how meeting her now husband drastically changed her life, how changing her diet cured her of “uncurable” Lupus, why doctors are not educated on nutrition, her take on the use of medications, the power of what she calls hyper nourishment, how trauma and mindset fit into the healing process, her advice for beginning to get healthy, and her advice for parents with kids that are struggling with their health.
Dr. Goldner’s USDA Speech
Dr. Goldner’s Website
Dr. Goldner’s Instagram
Dr. Goldner’s YouTube
Episode 161: Pat McAuley & 5 Tips For A Healthier Life
“We are meant to be healthy. We are not meant to be overweight, sick, depressed. It’s much less about making changes and more about getting out of the way. It’s about doing less, not more.”
On this week’s episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast I sit down with… myself! I haven’t done a solo episode in over 2 years, so I wanted to shared my latest thoughts on leading a healthier life. I share 5 tips, that hopefully you’ve never heard, on leading a healthier life. I talk about adopting a new identity, making sleep your primary health goal, the power of healing momentum, why getting healthy is not hard, why macronutrients are foolish, and why the universe is conspiring in your favor. Hope you enjoy!
Episode 160: Matthew Kenney & Becoming The World’s Top Plant-Based Chef
“Through the power of visualization, hard work, and applying yourself properly you really can make anything happen.”
On this week’s episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast I sit down with the legendary Matthew Kenney. Matthew is a celebrity chef who owns 50+ restaurants around the globe and has written 12 books. He is widely considered the most successful plant-based chef in the world. We talk about how a kid from a small town in Maine has built a global plant-based restaurant empire, how plant-based food has impacted his health and life, the daily habits he has to keep himself high performing, how he’s handled stress and failures along his journey, how he sets and achieves goals, how he envisions the future of the plant-based food market, his forthcoming Boston Double Zero, and his advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Matthew Kenney Cuisine Website
Double Zero Instagram
Episode 159: Lopa van der Mersch & For Whom & When
“Rebel, do things differently, and remember that just because it’s popular doesn’t mean it’s healthy.”
On this week’s episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast I sit down with the fabulous Lopa van der Mersch. Lopa is the Founder & CEO of Rasa, an adaptogenic coffee alternative company. We talk about Lopa’s search for enlightenment since she was young, some of the many experiences she’s had in pursuit of enlightenment, how she balances ego while being the face of a brand, why she believes in the Ayurvedic philosophy around food, her experience being in a cult in Bali, how Rasa was born out of the most stressful time in her life, her take on the healthfulness of coffee, how Rasa is different than coffee and why it might be better for you, why everything about Rasa revolves around being a good person, why trying to find your passion can be misleading, her advice for leading a healthier and more fulfilled life, and why just because something is popular doesn’t mean it’s healthy.
Episode 158: Dr. Alan Desmond & What Should We Eat
"It's not about labeling yourself vegan or vegetarian, it's about building your meals from the foods that are consistently shown to benefit human health."
On this week’s episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast I sit down with the incredible Dr. Alan Desmond. Dr. Alan is a UK-based Gastroenterologist, speaker and author. We talk about how his fascination with young people being hospitalized led him to specialize in gastroenterology, how seeking answers and seeing the incredible results of his patients on a whole food plant-based diet led him to speaking and writing his book, why the food that people consume in the US is the number one cause of disease and disability, why the evidence on what we should be eating is crystal clear, the many myths around protein and a whole food plant-based diet, why there are limitless ways to go about a whole food plant-based diet, all about our gut microbiome and how our diet impacts it, why eating healthy is about eating foods that are consistently shown to benefit human health, the connections between covid, food production, and human health, and where you can get his new book The Plant-Based Diet Revolution.
The Plant-Based Diet Revolution Book
Dr. Alan’s Instagram
Dr. Alan’s Clinic
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It’s obvious Pat puts extraordinary effort in covering salient topics and finding guests that are authentic and truly care about being a positive force in this world - the insights they bring to bear is still mind-blowing Every. Single. Time.
No matter the subject, you’re guaranteed to gain something from every episode - can’t recommend Eat Green Make Green enough 🙌
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