We need to reset in order to regain control of our minds and bodies. But how do we reset our minds and bodies?
Good thing, Catherine Elumba and I have a surprise for you! We are hosting a reset program that encourages you to revitalize your body and stimulate a clear mind.
My guest today is Morgan Lewis, a Certified Holistic Nutrition Consultant, Yoga Teacher, and believer in wellness. Morgan shares how she navigated chronic gut issues, bloating, and IBS diagnosis, and a recent Lyme diagnosis.
Movement & hydration are two major components of overall health that you can begin to incorporate into your daily routine today. My guest today is Michele Riechman, a certified personal trainer, yoga teacher, and health coach with a doctorate in physical therapy.
I am here to tell you to forget your New Year's Resolutions. What are your New Year's Intentions? A resolution ties you to the future with no clear path forward while an intention grounds you in the present. If you want to reclaim your power, start by being intentional.
This episode is a fun one. I worked with my brother and we created a remix of the holiday classic The 12 Days of Christmas - I present to you, for the holiday season of 2022, The 12 Days of Kids Cooking. ‘Tis the season for some big kid energy.
Have you ever had a gut feeling? Butterflies in your stomach? An immediate instinct? The way our bodies give us clues is truly a work of art.
In this episode I share my #1 tip for optimal health: eat seasonally. Choosing in-season produce has numerous health benefits and supports your local community, environment, and economy.
My guest today is Kiki Athanas, who helps people conquer emotional eating and practice healthy, balanced eating with consistency and ease - even in the face of life’s challenges.
David Bennett’s story is the epitome of “paying it forward”. He shares his incredible journey of dealing with a health emergency and how he took a functional medicine approach to balancing his metabolism by using diet and lifestyle.
Anastasiia De La Cruz, certified holistic nutritionist & infertility survivor, joins me in this episode to discuss hormones, their many functions and simple ways to nourish and balance hormones using diet and lifestyle practices.
Like it or not, one of life’s biggest stressors is money. Financial stress affects everyone. Let’s face it—we cannot attain overall wellness when our finances are not healthy, too. I brought on one of my favorite people to talk about financial fitness Chief Financial Officer Anna Bryson.
In this episode, my friend KJ dropped by the pod to hang out with me and ask questions about my journey in the holistic health space, thoughts on biodiversity and the inspiration behind Go Play in the Dirt.
Jessica Rose, a Certified Holistic Nutritionist, Licensed Cosmetologist, and Beauty Expert, educates us on ways to get glowing, vibrant skin from within by using food and lifestyle methods.
Storyteller, podcaster, and psychotherapist Kimberly Jane Nasrul, or KJ as her friends and family call her, is a believer in storytelling, the arts, and creativity as means to maintain mental wellness.
Today, Divya Gupta, Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition, shines light on thyroid health and ignites flames of inspiration through sharing her journey into both becoming a Holistic Nutrition practitioner and transitioning to a healthier lifestyle.
In today’s episode, I focus on educating listeners on the simple ways we can contribute to our soil regeneration. We need to work with nature, not against it. In order to save our soil, and life on earth, we must take responsibility for the health of our soil.
In this episode, Ellen Roufs joins me to dive deep into gut health. We chat about learning to balance the microbiome and empowering others to understand the beautiful relationships between their body and food.
True to the podcast’s mission, we chat with Shalonda Ingram, a placemaker, strategist, and producer, who will walk us through the depths of grassroots activism and how acknowledging one anothers heritage, experience and diversity becomes a holding space for collective healing to occur.
In this episode, Netta Gorman, a self-confessed sweet tooth and dessert queen, recounts how she finally realized that the root cause of her long list of health problems is because of sugar.
In our conversation, Dr. B discusses how compromised our food systems have become and why there is such a great need to go back and play in the dirt, produce and eat local, community-based food.
Mira Dessy’s story of discovering holistic nutrition is a tale so familiar to me. It’s a parallel story of going through a health crisis, having doctors over-prescribe medications but never getting the answers to what’s wrong with our bodies—until we personally sought out the solutions and slowly regained our health.
The greatest gift you can give somebody is your story, so I decided to share mine.
In this inaugural episode, I dive deep into my personal healing journey and how I manage my autoimmune condition using diet and lifestyle practices.
Time to Go Play
Go Play in the Dirt is a health and wellness podcast that focuses on the importance of biodiversity and its impact on our gut, overall health, soil and community.
Go Play in the Dirt features Lauren Bryson's personal healing journey and practices, as well as interviews with doctors, healers, rebels and more.