14 episodes

Ashley George is the creator of Wonder and Wear blog, which is focused on lifestyle and mom tips, fun fashion, fitness, and wellness. She is a former hairstylist, certified personal trainer, and a mom to three kids - two girls and a boy! Lindsay Kingdon is the creator Seven Layer Charlotte blog, which primarily shares healthy family recipes, event ideas, experience with leaky gut, and tips for being gluten and dairy free. She is a former chef and a mom to two little boys! What is this podcast all about? Well + Nourished is here to chat about all things health and wellness for women and moms. Ashley and Lindsay have open conversations about the physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional aspects of women’s health, as well as how those relate to taking care of our families. This is an informative, yet uplifting space full of interviews with interesting and knowledgeable guests!

Well Nourished Ashley George and Lindsay Kingdon

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Ashley George is the creator of Wonder and Wear blog, which is focused on lifestyle and mom tips, fun fashion, fitness, and wellness. She is a former hairstylist, certified personal trainer, and a mom to three kids - two girls and a boy! Lindsay Kingdon is the creator Seven Layer Charlotte blog, which primarily shares healthy family recipes, event ideas, experience with leaky gut, and tips for being gluten and dairy free. She is a former chef and a mom to two little boys! What is this podcast all about? Well + Nourished is here to chat about all things health and wellness for women and moms. Ashley and Lindsay have open conversations about the physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional aspects of women’s health, as well as how those relate to taking care of our families. This is an informative, yet uplifting space full of interviews with interesting and knowledgeable guests!

    Pharmacist with a Holistic Mindset on Risks of Antibiotics and Commonly Used Drugs, and How to Prevent Disease from the Inside Out: Meg Kilcup of A Whole Health Life

    Pharmacist with a Holistic Mindset on Risks of Antibiotics and Commonly Used Drugs, and How to Prevent Disease from the Inside Out: Meg Kilcup of A Whole Health Life

    Meg is a doctor of pharmacy and director of safety, but she considers herself a FARMacist as well. She is a wife and a mom to three boys! She works as a pharmacist for patient safety in a hospital system, but she believes that prevention over pills is key. Meg takes a holistic approach to health and believes in finding the root cause of disease and that food is medicine. Her expertise is in antibiotics and their effects on gut health. We discuss different classes of drugs, including anti-anxiety and anti-depression medications, opioids, ADHD medicines, frequently used antibiotics, cholesterol drugs, and PPIs. Meg shares with us about black box warnings and defines informed consent and how to discuss prescriptions with your doctor. We also share how we can do our own research at home and how to be a better medical advocate for yourself and your family. Meg explained more about antibiotic resistance and its consequences, how much of our body is made up of bacteria, and why antibiotics are still in such heavy use. She tells us what actually happens to our gut after one round of antibiotics, and why we should save antibiotic use for emergencies whenever possible. Our hope with this episode is to bring awareness to the effects of medications, and to promote health and immunity naturally.
     
    Meg’s Information:
    Instagram @awholehealthlife
    Blog: A Whole Health Life

    • 57 min
    Information and FAQs about Covid-19, Coronavirus with Dr. Ana Maria Temple

    Information and FAQs about Covid-19, Coronavirus with Dr. Ana Maria Temple

    This is a special episode of the Well + Nourished podcast to discuss Covid-19/coronavirus. Today we are welcoming Dr. Ana Maria Temple back to discuss this virus and it’s impact on our world. Currently, it is March 19th, 2020, and we are in a phase of social distancing and quarantine. Schools are cancelled for now, businesses are closing temporarily, and the anxiety is high. This is a very serious time, and we want to get as much information out to you as possible! Dr. Temple is a holistic pediatrician and leader in the functional medical community. She has been researching coronavirus nonstop, has appeared on the news many times already, and is trying to get as many facts out there as possible. There has been some panic and misinformation in the mainstream media, and people have (of course) felt extreme fear around this. Our goal with this episode is to give you truth and answers to questions in the midst of a scary time. 
    Dr. Temple’s instagram posts have been extremely helpful as well. She has shared a wealth of information there, including lots of supplement and healthy food information. 
    Where you can find Dr. Temple:
    Instagram: @dranamariatemple
    Her Practice: Integrative Health Carolinas
    Her Blog: Family Wellness Tips
    Here are the non-profits that we mentioned during the show, who are helping supply meals to families who typically rely on breakfasts and lunches provided by the public school system:
    (These are the branches local to the Charlotte area, but Second Harvest Food Bank has locations around the country. You can also check with your local public school, and churches, to see how you can help). 
    Second Harvest Metrolina - you can donate money online to help pay for a week or more of meals for a family!
    Bags of Hope
    *One question we did not get to during the episode is whether or not the change of seasons, and hot weather, could help reduce the spread of coronavirus. Dr. Temple said that if it was going to behave like influenza, it would seem like the numbers would go down as the temperatures increase outside. However, so far it is behaving differently than the flu, so we cannot say for sure. 
     

    • 59 min
    Metabolism, Gut Health, Stress, Toxins, Fitness, Fasting and More with Holistic Health Coach, Organic Blondie: Courtney Bursich

    Metabolism, Gut Health, Stress, Toxins, Fitness, Fasting and More with Holistic Health Coach, Organic Blondie: Courtney Bursich

    Courtney Bursich is a wife and mom to two girls! She recently moved from the Charlotte area to Charleston and is exploring and adapting to a new life there. She is a certified Primal Health coach with her own online courses, an expert in clean living, and a still a super fit stay at home mom to her daughters. Courtney is a wealth of information, and she shared so much during this episode. We discussed how toxin overload affects fat storage, the realities of how our metabolism works, how saunas can impact our immunity, and her take on intermittent fasting, or what she calls time-restricted eating windows. She teaches us how to better listen to our bodies, what stress actually does to us, and how important it is to have margin in our lives. And listen for the fascinating snacks she always carries in her purse! We loved learning from Courtney!
    Courtney’s Website: Organic Blondie Life
    Instagram: @organicblondie
    Online Courses
    Kasandrinos Olive Oil Packets use code organicblondie10 for 10% off!
    Courtney’s Recipe Guides

    • 59 min
    Fitness and Mom Life with Crossfit Games Athlete, Bootcamp Leader, and Charlotte’s Beloved Trainer: Emily Breeze

    Fitness and Mom Life with Crossfit Games Athlete, Bootcamp Leader, and Charlotte’s Beloved Trainer: Emily Breeze

    Emily Breeze is well-known in Charlotte and beyond for fitness and also as a joyful mom of three children under the age of three! She is always smiling, always working out, and almost always rocking a sports bra! Her authenticity and drive motivate thousands of men and women through her online programs and local boot camps. in 2015, she started a free boot camp with Stax Fitness and Randy Moss, which has grown to include over 500 people participating.
    Breeze is as real as can be, and we loved chatting with her about Crossfit, the body shaming she has experienced, working out during pregnancy, her approach to dieting (or not), how she plans to teach her daughters about body image, and how every woman should feel comfortable in the gym - no matter their shape or size. She shares a glimpse into her personal life, including their move out of the city and how she and her husband balance 3 young kids and active careers. 
    Emily Breeze Website
    Online Training Programs
    Stax Charlotte Boot Camps 
    Emily’s Instagram: @emilybreeze

    • 32 min
    Natural Fertility Solutions with Sarah Clark, Owner of Fab Fertile

    Natural Fertility Solutions with Sarah Clark, Owner of Fab Fertile

    Sarah Clark is the owner of Fab Fertile, which offers coaching for people experiencing infertility. Her team takes a functional, whole body approach to infertility. Her passion for the functional medicine approach stems from personal experience, and she uses her story and her knowledge to help women get pregnant.
    Sarah is a certified life coach, a health coach with training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and the author of Fabulously Fertile; Fabulously Fertile Cookbook, and the Fertility Preparation Program. Her coaching program helps couples navigate the infertility journey, and she shares a wealth of information on her Get Pregnant Naturally Podcast!
    This episode covers how Sarah’s team works to heal hopeful parents from the inside out so that they can get pregnant, how diet affects fertility, the intimacy aspect of trying to conceive, self-care tips, and how to be sensitive to friends and family who are going through infertility. 
    Sarah’s Book and Cookbook
    Fab Fertile Website
    Fab Fertile Coaching Program
    Get Pregnant Naturally Podcast
    Sarah’s Instagram: @fabfertile
    Resolve Infertility Support Group

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Bone Broth and a Heart for Human Trafficking Victims with Brave Broth Owner, Joanna Reule

    Bone Broth and a Heart for Human Trafficking Victims with Brave Broth Owner, Joanna Reule

    Today we have the privilege to share an interview with you that warmed our hearts and left us encouraged. Joanna is the owner of Brave Broth, a Charlotte-based bone broth company. 20% of her proceeds go directly to organizations that help the victims of human trafficking.
    Joanna is a mom of four who changed her own life by starting this business, and is using it to help benefit others! She shared with us how she gave up her iPhone for a year in order to clear her mind and find her purpose. She had her eyes opened to the needs of those in our city and beyond who have been trafficked and abused. Joanna also explains the benefits of collagen and bone broth, how she makes it and when and how to eat or drink it.
    You can find her on Instagram at @brave_broth. Brave Broth is sold at two places in Charlotte: Reid’s Fine Foods and Green Brothers Juice Co. She also started shipping her bone broth! Here is the link to her website, and you can find more information about that on the Reid’s site. 
    Her company gives to the following organizations:
    International Justice Mission
    Present Age Ministries

    • 44 min

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