Episode 98 is here and this week I spoke with Indi Hoskins who shares her powerful journey through Bi-Polar and healing with the help of a whole food, plant-based diet and a new found love for trail running and Brazilian Ju Jitzu. Trigger Warning: In this episode Indi spoke about her alcoholism and a violent sexual assault that was perpetrated against her by one of the members of her AA support group whilst she was in recovery. Please see the show notes for links to sexual assault support services.Read More
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Episode 73 is here and it’s with Sick To Fit co-author and all round, incredible human, Josh LaJaunie!!! I promise this episode will leave you more motivated to push your own limits than ever before!!! Josh has lost over 220 pounds, become an avid runner and athlete and is now committed to helping everyone he comes in contact with to '“Do Something!” Check him out and share his incredible story with your family and friends - you never know whose life you might change for the better. :-)Read More
Hello! Episode 63 is here and it’s yet another incredible story about a low fat, whole food, plant-based diet reversing Type 2 Diabetes and helping someone to lose weight sustainably after years of struggling to lose excess weight. These stories never get old! Check out Mike’s story over at Apple Podcasts or Stitcher App for Android and please SHARE it with your family and friends via social media :-)Read More
Episode 38 is here and it’s with nutritionist and researcher Jenny Cameron, partner to plant-based doctor Dr Malcolm Mackay, co-founder of the Whole Food Plant Based Australia website and co-founder of the Whole Food, Plant-Based Aussies Facebook Group. This woman knows her stuff and this episode is not to be missed!Read More
Doctors Alphonse and Heleen share their thoughts on the potential a whole food, plant based diet has for optimal health and wellness, including reversing many of the most deadly chronic lifestyle diseases such as Heart Disease, Cancers, Stroke and Type 2 Diabetes.Read More