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The Podcast In Review. Shhhhh. Listen.

 

Did you know I had a podcast? I recorded 9 episodes before the summer hit and am gearing back up to start another round this fall. In case you missed any, I have offered them below for your listening pleasure, or even better check them out on itunes.

Now after you have had a listen of one or maybe two, I have a favour to ask of you. I need a few reviews. So far I have received the following glowing review:

(Stars: 2)
Meh

by Denton Fabulous
Listening to one woman's food idiosyncrasies is pretty boring. Not really about health.

I am all for honest reviews so if you agree with someone who refers to themselves as so and so “Fabulous” then do it. If you disagree and think that I might be offering some information/interviews of value, then say that. All about the reviews my friends.

Review me on iTunes please!

As well, I would love to know who you would want for me to interview. Maybe your fave natural health care person? Author? Crazy Aunt Mable? Neighbour? Lover? Man/Woman in your life who believes healthy eating is for just for hippies? Or maybe someone in my life who I have mentioned? Let me know and I will do my best to make it happen.

New podcasts coming in September- until then listen in itunes or subscribe through my site, download and enjoy!

Podcast Episode #1: Obsessions With Healthy Eating
Guest:
Heather of the blog Heather Eats Almond Butter
Summary:
Is it possible to develop and unhealthy obsession with healthy food? In my conversation with heather, we discuss find that special place we call balance.

Podcast Episode #2: A Diet That Works: Healthy Living
Guest:
Ashley Gibson of the blog Dancing Through Life
Summary:
If 80% of people who try typical calorie restricted or deprivation diets fail, why do we keep trying it? In this episode, weight loss coach Ashley Gibson reveals the last diet you will ever need- healthy balanced living. It is easy, delicious and highly maintainable and sustainable.

Podcast Episode #3: Yes To Natural Cosmetics
Guest:
Ido Leffler, Co-Founder of the deliciously responsible Yes To Carrots line of body care products
Summary:
Not everyone is going to go and make their own products. Yes To Carrots is the next best thing. Widely available, and affordable, co-founder Ido Leffler explains how this fantastic brand came to be and why, with modern technology and awareness where it is, there is no reason for companies not to be more responsible in cosmetic production. This responsibility relates both to the environment and personal care. Plus- Ido and I met eight years ago when I was living in Sydney Australia so that’s fun and he has a cut accent.

Podcast Episode #4: Ripe From Around Here with Jae Steele
Guest:
Jae Steele, nutritionist and award winning cook book author of Get It Ripe and her new book Ripe From Around Here.
Summary:
Jae Steele write delicious simple and easy to follow vegan recipes. This new book takes the question of sustainability into account and how we can balance a diet that is both great for our health and for our planet’s health.

Podcast Episode #5: The GMO Deception with Jeffrey Smith
Guest: Jeffrey Smith, international bestselling author Jeffrey M. Smith is the leading spokesperson on the health dangers of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). He documents how the world’s most powerful Ag biotech companies bluff and mislead critics, and put the health of society at risk.
Summary:
Expert Jeffrey M. Smith, author of the #1 GMO bestseller Seeds of Deception, and Genetic Roulette, presents shocking evidence why genetically modified crops may lead to health and environmental catastrophes, and what we can do about it.

Podcast Episode # 6: Aromatherapy: More Than Grandma’s Potpourri
Guest:
Nadine Artemis, Founder and Creator of Living Libations
Summary:
Nadine Artemis is a true artist when it comes to essential oils. She blends to perfection and uses the highest quality product. This allows her oils to function as healing tools, medicine if you will. She is absolutely delightful and inspiring and undoubtedly a world leader when it comes to healing with essential oils. Visit Living Libations for more on Nadine and her delicious products.

Podcast Episode #7: Swinging Crystals
Guest:
Elana Millman, Wellness Practitioner and Aromatherapy Educator
Summary:
Elana Millman has made me float before. Okay- not really off the ground but I sure felt it. In this conversation, I ask Elana to explain how crystals can actually used for healing. Elana explains scientifically how they work, and even more, how they heal energetically. She is the real deal and these rocks truly are magic.

Podcast #8: A Visit with The Almond Flour Goddess: Elana’s Pantry
Guest:
Elana Amsterdam, Blogstress behind Elana’s Pantry and author of The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook
Summary:
Elana Amsterdam has inspired thousands with her brilliantly simple and inspiringly delicious gluten-free, low glycemic recipes. Without using any grains at all, Elana continues to offer recipes, advice and a way of living that promotes health, sweetness and simplicity. She is a talent to follow. We chatted baking, cooking, family, diets and life. Following the interview I wanted nothing more than to tie on my apron and get creating.

Podcast #9: What’s In A Supplement
Guest:
Alain Roy: President of Veeva and instrumental in the regulation and quality control of many Canadian supplements
Summary:
Alain Roy was part of the marketing team that launched Greens+ nearly 15 years ago. He has since done much work in elevating the standards of Candian supplements to help consumers ensure that what they are taking is the same thing as what is written on the bottle. We discuss the value of supplements, how to know if you are getting the goods as well as his fantastic new product for happiness support, Veeva.

Question Of The Day: Who would you like to hear interviewed on Love In The Kitchen: The Podcast?

5 Responses to “The Podcast In Review. Shhhhh. Listen.”

  1. Andie said…
    This is great! I love listening to food and health podcasts! I always download a bunch before a long bus/train/plane ride.
  2. Anne is a Man! said…
    I will try the podcast and write a review if I like it. On my blog though. I cannot write reviews on iTunes. Apple discriminates against foreigners. Anne
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  4. Your podcast is great! Don't listen to the negative reviews or negative people - it says more about them than it does about you and your message. Keep sharing! God knows we need more people to learn these fundamentals of good nutrition and make some changes in our nation's health.

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