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Jo Whitton and Healing Foods, GAPS and Fitting It All In- Episode 13

Today we chat to Jo Whitton, founder of the Quirky Cooking blog, author of the Quirky Cooking thermomix recipe book, the podcast host of Quirky Cooking Chats and co-author of the instant bestseller Life Changing Food cookbook. On top of that Jo supports families by running cooking workshops, gut health retreats, seminars, and classes around …

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Simone Albert and Life Threatening Allergies, Mental Health Awareness and Supporting Families- Episode 12

Today’s podcast is with Simone Albert, counsellor, author and speaker in the food allergy space.   We explore her family’s personal journey of living with a life-threatening food allergy after her youngest son’s frightening experience and diagnosis shortly before seven months of age.   Already a registered nurse, Simone decided to pursue counselling due to the lack of support and awareness …

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Cyndi O’Meara and Empowering Yourself with Knowledge, Ancestral Eating and Critical Thinking- Episode 11

Today we have back nutritionist, film maker, best-selling author, international and TEDx speaker, and founder of Changing Habits and The Nutrition Academy, Cyndi O Meara. In May, we spoke to Cyndi about the changes in agriculture, the chemical food system vs regenerative farming, the importance of community, what wheat is today?, glyphosate, its registered use …

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Jane Vandermeer and Personal Care Products that Support Us, Fast Fashion and Dressing for Confidence- Episode 10

With people becoming more conscious of the benefits of lowering the amount of chemicals they are exposed to and searching for more ‘natural’ products, it is important to be discerning when choosing products. You see when a company begins with the aim of it being low tox or healthier or green, it is important to …

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Joachim Herrmann and Healthy Homes and Building Biology- Episode 8

Today’s conversation is with Joachim Herrmann. Joachim is a pioneer in the Australian Building Biology industry who originally studied the German Building Biology course in New Zealand. Passionate about biology, ecology and social studies he has always been interested in making connections. It is no surprise then that when he conducts home and office consultations …

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Raphael Siket and Building Healthy Homes- Episode 7

Today we are chatting to Raphael Siket the director of Ecolibria. Ecolibria are a Building Biology science company that assess existing buildings and indoor environments as well as offer building design consulting for new builds and renovations. Over the last 12 months or so, Raph has been undertaking an exciting project of retrofitting a volume-built house with Passive …

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A Canary in the Coalmine – Being Electrically Hypersensitive

My discovery of being Electrically Hypersensitive (EHS) was not due to a sudden onset of symptoms but rather being made aware of the terminology that described my unusual symptoms. The World Health Organisation (WHO) characterise electromagnetic hypersensitivity as a variety of non-specific symptoms, most commonly experienced include dermatological symptoms (redness, tingling, and burning sensations) as well as neurasthenic and vegetative symptoms (fatigue, tiredness, concentration difficulties, dizziness, nausea, heart …

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