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Episode 188: What You’re Really Hungry For, with Dietitian Kim Shapira

I really enjoy speaking with fellow Registered Dietitians on this podcast, and you’ll get some quality RD chat in today’s episode. Today, I'm sharing time with celebrity dietitian, nutrition therapist and author Kim Shapira. In her new book, What You’re Really Hungry For, Kim shares six simple rules that will help change your relationship with food, empowering you to be the authority of your own body.   In this episode, Kim and I discuss: The role food plays in our lives, specifically...


Episode 187: An Interview with Beam Co-Founder Michael Yewdell

I really enjoy inviting company founders to the podcast because there is so much to learn from their experience building their dream businesses, and today’s guest is no exception. I am speaking with Michael Yewdell, who is the Chief Sales Officer of BEAM be amazing, a health and wellness brand focused on having a meaningful impact on people's lives. In addition to focusing on creating superior health and wellness products, BEAM is also dedicated to philanthropic efforts. This philanthropy...


Episode 186: Dr. Uma Naidoo Returns

Today, I have the privilege of speaking with returning podcast guest Dr. Uma Naidoo. Dr. Uma is a Harvard University trained psychiatrist, professional chef, and nutrition specialist; she is also the national bestselling author of This Is Your Brain On Food, where she explains the ways in which food contributes to our mental health and how a diet can help treat and prevent a wide range of psychological and cognitive health issues such as anxiety, depression, and OCD. In this episode, Dr....


Episode 185: An Interview with Sex Therapist Emily Morse

In this podcast episode, I chat with Dr. Emily Morse, who is a renowned sex therapist and host of the award-winning relationship podcast, “Sex with Emily.” Emily is a MasterClass instructor on sex and communication and has been profiled in The New York Times, Forbes, and Men’s Health, and has been featured by The Today Show, Conan, Entertainment Tonight, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, and more. Emily’s work focuses on creating space to talk about the connection between sex and pleasure. Her...


Episode 184: A Conversation on Fueling Female Athletes with Journalist And Author Christine Yu

This week on the podcast, I  have the pleasure of chatting with Christine Yu, a lifelong athlete, yoga instructor and award-winning journalist whose work focuses on the intersection of sports science and women athletes. Christine’s new book, Up to Speed: The Groundbreaking Science of Women Athletes, looks at the ways in which women have been neglected or misrepresented in sports science research and why we know so little about female physiology.   In this episode, Christine and I...