We all know eating more plants is good for our health. But what if eating plant based feels more like hell- than healthy? Talia Pollock is on the podcast this week to share how eating plants helped her to live her healthiest self- and also ruined her actual life. But in learning balance and with a whole lot of humor, Talia learned what feels good for her- a whole lot of plants, with a hefty side joy and ease. In this episode, Talia shares:
- her story of becoming a plant lover
- how she found balance beyond milking her own almonds in college
- how to take the hell-outta-healthy
- her favorite planty kitchen tools
- all about her NEW BOOK (which you're all going to want to go buy, NOW!).
Talia is hilarious, spunky and I can not wait for you to dig into this episode!
Talia Pollock is a writer, speaker, author, storyteller, plant-based chef, TV personality, and health and empowerment coach. She’s the host of the top-rated Party in My Plants podcast and the proud founder of Party in My Plants, an internationally-celebrated wellness platform that helps real, busy, everyday people acquire an abundance of energy to take on the world in any way they wish. Talia’s simple recipes and spunky lifestyle advice have been featured in outlets such as the Dr. Oz Show, The Huffington Post, mindbodygreen, Buzzfeed, Bustle, and Success. Her first book, Party In Your Plants, 100+ Plant-Based Recipes and Problem-Solving Strategies to Help You Eat Healthier Without Hating your Life will hit kitchen counters and nightstands this April. She lives in Pound Ridge and New York City with her husband and her goldendoodle, both of whom love kale and one of whom eats it off the floor.
Connect with Talia:
Website + Course: https://partyinmyplants.com
Buy Talia's Book
Talia's Podcast: The Party in My Plants Podcast
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