In this episode I have the enormous honor of speaking with Karly Randolph Pitman, a woman who's compassion, love, power, and wisdom is nearly palpable in just a skype conversation. Possibly the podcast that resonates the most with my own story
Episode eight of Live. Love. Eat. has now been posted! In it I had the enormous honor of speaking with George Bryant, an enormously kick ass soul and dear friend of mine, who also happens to be super famous and to run the website Civilized Cav
This week I had the enormous honor of speaking with PfW community member Becky Bateson. Becky is now at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, after overcoming the battle she began with anorexia at the tender age of 13.
In this episode, Becky
Dean's story is one of real inspiration and real results. After 19 years of vegetarianism and struggling with his weight, Dean finally realized that his true roadblock to healthful success was his mentality. Dean set out to be the expert on h
The powerful and wise mother behind the website Paleo Parents and the book Eat Like a Dinosaur: Recipes and Guidebook for Gluten Free Kids (with her husband Matt), Stacy, was my guest.
Stacy Toth is a working mother, the only female in a f
Jimmy Moore is a popular blogger, writer, and health advocate who publishes several podcast episodes each week and who writes a blog at his website, livinlavidalowcarb.com. He came to a career of health advocacy from a life of obesity, weighin
Having officially stayed in one place for almost a decade and a half (after many frequent relocations throughout her childhood and adolescence), Teal Hutton can say that she is truly at home in the beautiful Mid-Hudson Valley in Upstate New Yor
Juliet is currently residing in her the town of Blacksburg, VA where she went to college and has spent the last two years living there as a Research Technician for a medical diagnostics company. This fall, she will be moving back to her home s
This week's guest is Alexandra Covucci. Alexandra, who also goes by Lex, has spent the last few years on an exploration of one of the strangest, most confusing and most beautiful places she’s ever traveled: herself. She got there by way of gr
Today's interview is with Manda Leisten, of Sioux Falls, SD.
Amanda Leisten (Manda) was born and raised in Colorado but has recently embraced Sioux Falls, South Dakota as her current home. She makes a living through American Sign Language Inter
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