Podcast – Meghan Telpner
Summary: All things fun, healthy, nutritious and sweet. Special guest interviews on every episode and always some surprises.
21 Days after my father's radical prostatectomy, he pops by the kitchen to talk about his 22 months living with cancer, his approach to health, his transformation, coping with post-surgery recovery and his plans for the future. We talk about everything from green juice to meditation to kegels to incontinence. A podcast not to be missed! The post Extra Special Podcast Episode 24: Post Cancer Surgery Interview with My Dad Ron appeared first on Meghan Telpner.
Ryan Storm, restaurant reviewer and food blogger based out of Toronto- his age may surprise you, since his wisdom is far beyond his 11 years. He has a simple approach to clean eating and he is a lover of locally sourced, organic foods that come in a delicious package. He was most recently featured in the National Post, and can be found reviewing some of the city's best restaurants here. In addition to this, Ryan has once of the most interesting collections of deliciousness in his fridge. Curious? Listen up to his uber wiseness... "I am not your average 11 year old eater, so, please do not suggest McDonald’s, because I would rather starve than go there!" True that.
Ditching The Wheat Belly and Muffin Top. Dr. William Davis, a cardiologist practicing out of Milwaukee is working with his patients to reverse heart disease, and loads of other degenerative health problems that go with it, by doing an amazing this- working with their diet. As Dr. Davis explains: I’m not promoting drugs, fancy medical procedures, or costly equipment. I’m not promoting a process that makes a pharmaceutical company rich or helps a hospital gain more revenue-producing procedures. I’m talking about a simple change in diet that yields incredible and unexpected health benefits in so many more ways than you’d think. And it’s not just about celiac disease, the destructive intestinal disease from wheat gluten that affects 1% of the population. It’s about all the other destructive health effects of wheat consumption, from arthritis to acid reflux to schizophrenia, caused or made worse by this food we are advised to eat more of. It’s about being set free from the peculiar appetite-stimulating effects of the opiate-like compounds unique to wheat. It’s also about losing weight–10, 20, or 30 pounds is often just the start–all from this thing I call wheat belly. The key to understanding wheat’s undesirable effects is to recognize that the total effect on human health is greater than the sum of its parts. The post Podcast Episode 22: Ditching The Wheat Belly appeared first on Meghan Telpner.
Heather Fraser, author of the amazing book The Peanut Allergy Epidemic shares with us all that she learned in researching how and when peanut allergies started to become as widespread as they are today. We discuss the potential link to vaccinations, what people can do to empower themselves. Heather explores what is causing this epidemic and perhaps most importantly, how to stop it. This interview is longer than most but wildly interesting- whether you or someone you know has to deal with peanut allergies, or for anyone contemplating The post Podcast Episode 19: The Peanut Allergy Epidemic appeared first on Meghan Telpner.
Guest: Philip McCluskey, of Loving Raw, lost 250 lbs on a raw food diet! 250lbs!!! That's like two of me! He did all on his own, by reading about it, trying it, and of course, now living it! He may not be all raw but he is all dedicated to eating whole and healthy, while maintaining balance and best bit is- he travels around the world motivating other people to take ownership over their health and see it through to the bright side. Wowzers, did I love talking to this man! The post Podcast Episode 18: Life Transformation with Philip McCluskey appeared first on Meghan Telpner.
Brooke is my partner in Power for our February 26th Power Party. While she was over here and we were planning the event, I got curious about this sweet Ms. Brooke and put her on the spot, asking if I could interview her about how she came to find this amazing dance fun. This is our conversation...