Tired of all the contradictory advice about health and nutrition? Want to eat better without joining a cult? Join Certified Nutritionist Adrienne Hew and her guests for a humorous, palatable discussion about current health trends and nutrition tips that take the guess work out of what to eat to be healthy.
Calm The F Down! With Guest Heretic, Sarah Knight: There’s Never a Bad Time to Start Making That Change.
Setting yourself for the new year, today's episode will be a real feast as our guest heretic is Sarah Knight, author of Calm The F**k Down. Besides the beeps, you can also hear about topics such as recognizing the signs you may be suffering from anxiety, are alcohol and drugs really the answer to combating it, and how we can control anxiety without burying your feelings.
Tamara Staples: When Chickens And Photography Entwine: Paying Homage to the Humble Chicken
Last week we talked with photographer and author, Tamara Staples, who shared her love of cocks with us. This week we wrap things up with what her books bring to her audience, her future projects and if they include more chicken books, as well as how she pays homage to chickens and reconciles the fact that they are both living beings as well as food. If you missed last week's episode, you can catch up here.
Tamara Staples, Queen of Cock Photography: Chicken Lovers Rejoice!
Cock lovers rejoice! Our guest heretic for this show is Tamara Staples, a photographer that combines her love of art and cock into picture books. On this show we learn what got her so interested in cocks, what her favourite cock of all time is, how to tame a cock for photos, and how photography and chickens come together.
Next week on the show she'll return to delve more into her cock books, share with us what's in her future, and how to respect food that comes from animal sources.
Evan Brand: Using Sleep and Nutrition To Heal Your Body
Do you have trouble sleeping? Today's guest heretic, Evan Brand, can help you with that, but not because he's boring. Evan is a functional medicine practitioner with a focus on sleep. In this episode you will learn more about his work, the reasons most people aren't getting enough sleep, the impact of daylight savings time on our health, as well as what to look for in a functional medicine doctor versus other types of practitioners.
Phil Escott: Eating Seasonally and Regionally as a Carnivore: Real Life on a Carnivore Diet
In part 1 of our interview with Phil Escott, we learned about what he does, what the carnivore diet did for him and how to prevent diets turning into cults. This week we'll find out more about the definition of a Paleo diet, how hard is it for a carnivore to travel around the world, and how much meat does he eat per day, how to eat seasonally and regionally for health, as well as how to get on the waiting list for Phil's new Carnivore course.
Phil Escott, Low Deuterium Diet And Carnivore of All Trades:
Everything in Moderation; that's one of Adrienne's biggest pet peeves, and that of our guest, in fact they share a lot of pet peeves in common...Last week's guest was Dr. Shawn Baker, a supporter and practitioner of the carnivore diet. This week we continue with Phil Escott, a fellow carnivore who dedicates his time spreading the word and saving vegans and vegetarians. In this first half the interview we'll find out what he does, what a low deuterium diet is, the contradiction that is vegan carnivores, and how how to prevent diets turning into cults.
Excellent Podcast, I learn so much!
I love these podcasts each week, and continue to learn so many interesting things about nutrition and healthy eating! This week was about composting and creating healthy soil for healthier fruits and veggies. The pace is quick, and the discussions are lively! Finally someone who agrees with my somewhat radical ideas about nutrition!!
Straight talk from someone who knows her stuff!
Adrienne is a refreshing breath of fresh air in a field where there is confusion and fear. I appreciate her straight-forward, unvarnished message about eating real food. She is knowledgeable and makes talking about food and wellness fun!
A fresh approach
Who would have thought chemicals might not be good for you? Who would have thought butter is?
If you're irritated with fad diet after fad diet, this is a great way to review how you look at food and how it can actually make you healthier.
A bit of humor is also great!