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Musician and Artist, Claudio Tolousse, takes you on a journey to discover the inner-workings of creative types from all walks of life. You will hear from musicians, artists, poets, entrepreneurs, travelers and all other various types of people to get an in depth look into their story.
 
Hungry: Trust Your Body. Free Your Mind. is a podcast for those on a journey to move beyond dieting, restricted eating and emotional eating and want to connect with, nourish and honor their bodies. Tara Whitney, CPA and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor shares her own journey, insights and practices to support you along your journey. She also has amazing conversations with those that have evolved their own relationship with food. They share what life is like now that their minds are free ...
 
Being hailed as “Sex and the City for Food,” The Food Heals Podcast brings together experts in the field of nutrition, health and healing to teach you the best-kept natural secrets to being a hotter, healthier, happier YOU! The Food Heals Podcast is hosted by Allison Melody with guest co-hosts like Suzy Hardy, Leslie Durso, Whitney Lauritsen, Sophie Uliano and more – all self-proclaimed natural chicks who will rock your world and change your beliefs about health! This sexy, savvy show provid ...
 
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In what seems like a different lifetime, Iris Higgins was a weight loss coach for a large commercial weight loss program. While eating less than 1,500 calories a day, she was coaching women to lose weight and also bingeing regularly. One day, she had a thought that changed everything. She decided that she would rather gain weight than be obsessed w…
 
The Gupta Program: Why Brain Retraining Is the Key to Healing Chronic Health Conditions with Ashok Gupta We know that the body is designed to heal itself when given the tools that it needs to do so. But, how do we trigger that healing response in the brain? Ashok Gupta has the answer. Ashok healed himself of ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chroni…
 
They say, "Be the change you wish to see." Today I challenge you to create the 2021 version of you that you wish to be! You Are Here For A Purpose. Do you wake up most days knowing there is something greater out there for you? Do you feel you are meant to do more, be more, and create more in this life? Do you have a message burning up inside of you…
 
The moment that Tracey Miller started to notice how food made her body feel, and how food impacted her thoughts and her emotions was the moment her life began to change. Before that, she just wanted her health problems to go away with a quick fix. Her health journey helped her discover how important it is to understand ourselves so we can be compas…
 
“Live your inspired life is the motto of today’s guest, Junaid Kalmadi, The Founder and CEO of Farmers Juice. A values-driven serial entrepreneur motivated by love and positive impact, Junaid Kalmadi realized he could shake up the juice industry with his innovative approach to making juices healthy, sustainable and affordable. The Farmers Juice doe…
 
The most common way people try to stop themselves from eating emotionally is to try to restrict and avoid those “forbidden” foods. Yet, doing this, or trying to diet their way out of emotional eating doesn’t work. Besides feeling really frustrated and often guilty that we couldn’t stay in control around food, we are distracted by food and make it t…
 
With all the fear out there I wanted to put out a positive, motivational message this Sunday. If you know me well, or if you have listened to Food Heals for a long time, you know that just as passionate as I am about health and wellness, I am equally passionate about building a business and a life that you love. In the most challenging year of most…
 
We’ve been incorrectly schooled around emotional eating. We see Bridget in a Diary of Bridget Jones eating ice cream and hiding under a blanket. Emotional eating isn’t as simple overeating when we’re sad. The messages we’ve heard around emotional eating can make us feel ashamed and even blame ourselves for our patterns around food. This is why I ca…
 
Tim James is 47 years old but looks and feels younger than he did in his 30’s. His secret? You’ll have to listen to find out! In his 30’s Tim suffered from multiple health issues. But it wasn't until he went to the Hippocrates Institute that he decided to make permanent sustainable lifestyle changes that would completely transform his health. After…
 
As a young girl, Raspreet was told by her loved ones that she was too skinny. She tried hard to gain weight and couldn’t. In her mind, she heard that she wasn’t voluptuous enough and that she didn’t have enough substance to her. Ras shares her journey from harming and disowning her body to acknowledging it as beautiful machinery. She also shares he…
 
Jessica Vazquez, international coach, lecturer and author, was recognized on two occasions as one of the “100 Most Powerful Business Women in Mexico”, yet Jessica has never felt more powerful than she has over this past year. Jessica was sick of feeling tired and tired of feeling sick and made the choice to make real change on her terms. She had ba…
 
Susanne Navas, the Reboot Coach, wasn’t motivated by following rules and fulfilling the expectations of others. She shares how her rebellious side was once a problem in her eyes. Now she knows her old patterns were just a byproduct of adapting to tenuous times. Rebelling was about survival. When Susanne learned how to embrace these patterns, she ex…
 
On today’s episode we've got three pioneers in different aspects of the health space but one thing they share in common is their passion to help you live your best life. Living your best life may sound like an overused Instagram hashtag, but in this case it is three amazing individuals who overcame trauma, health challenges and more to learn how no…
 
If you’ve been turning to food for emotional soothing during these past 7 months, this conversation is going to help you understand why. Living during a pandemic has most of us in a state of shock, worry and uncertainty, which impacts us physically, mentally and emotionally. Our body is feeling it. Our mind is overwhelmed. And our emotions are all …
 
Receiving one negative comment about the size of her thighs in college set her on years of obsessive exercising and strict eating habits. She thought this was keeping her safe from being judged by others. But really, it was just armour that kept her from knowing herself and being in her body. Stacey’s transformational was inspiring. She left her co…
 
Public health has been defined as the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, and improving quality of life through organized efforts and informed choices of society, organizations, communities and individuals. Todays guests are pioneers in the health space who are disrupting the norms and taking new and innovative approaches to hea…
 
Stress and overeating: they seem to go hand-in-hand for many of us. We’re too busy, we feel pressure, and food seems to be a way to distract and comfort us. But we end up getting caught in a vicious cycle of stress, stress-eating, and fear of gaining weight. The common advice to stop stress eating is ridding your cabinets of trigger foods or drinki…
 
Maria Arena has experienced first hand the heartbreak of diet culture. She was told that she couldn’t reach her dream of joining a professional ballet company because of the size of her body. Maria talks about the pressures of feeling as though the size of her body was a roadblock to success, and the moment she realized she wouldn’t sacrifice for o…
 
Halloween is not just about pumpkin carving, ghost stories, and wearing spooky costumes. During this time when the veil is lifted there is an opportunity to release that which is no longer serving us, tap into our intuition, and create massive shifts in our lives. Get into the Halloween spirit with some spiritual, spooky, supernatural stories with …
 
In the last five years, I’ve gotten a real taste of what freedom around food and my body looks and feels like in action. These reflections have been a healing and grieving process and a celebration— all at the same time. Listen in as I share seven transformative insights I’ve discovered for myself. You may find these inspiring for yourself, too.…
 
We are socialized to believe that foods have moral value. Celery is good. Cake is evil. French fries clog your arteries. Kale makes you a goddess of health. We often feel like we’re on the losing end of our battles with food. We work so hard to stay away from forbidden foods and try to avoid overeating them. Yet, all we get for our efforts is exhau…
 
Be prepared for some jaw dropping truths in this episode, my friend. Kelly and Tara go wide and deep as they explore what perfectionism really is and why it plagues women to exhaustion. They explore why labels like imposter complex and eating disorders are cultural injuries that leave women blaming themselves and wondering if there is something wro…
 
We may often eat emotionally to avoid feeling our feelings. But this isn't our fault. We live in a culture that teaches us to feel only the "good" emotions and not the "bad" ones. And often, processing emotions isn't modeled for us. It can take more work to avoid and push away emotions that it does to actually feel them. This episode is a great sta…
 
Due to the pandemic, there has been a massive shift to work from home. In fact, 88% of organizations have encouraged or required their employees to work from home and nearly 43% of Americans say they want to work remotely even after the economy has reopened. Working from home is the new normal. But with it comes a major learning curve! We have fami…
 
It's a bold vision. Seeing a world where every women loves and accepts her body. We are far away from that, which makes this vision even more important. Tara shares her vision, why it's so important and what your day may look like when you love and accept your body just as it is. You're invited to Hungry for Acceptance: Loving Your Body Just As It …
 
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