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There are many elements in our lives that affect our well-being and there are many ways that we can explore them. One avenue to optimal self-care is having open, honest conversations about what it means to be well. Navigate love and relationships, purpose and meaning, mental health and wellness, success and failure, and all of those things that make us human with Whitney Lauritsen on This Might Get Uncomfortable. Whitney has over 13 years of professional experience in the health, wellness, a ...
 
Being hailed as “Sex and the City for Food,” The Food Heals Podcast brings together experts in the field of nutrition, health and healing to teach you the best-kept natural secrets to being a hotter, healthier, happier YOU! The Food Heals Podcast is hosted by Allison Melody with guest co-hosts like Suzy Hardy, Leslie Durso, Whitney Lauritsen, Sophie Uliano and more – all self-proclaimed natural chicks who will rock your world and change your beliefs about health! This sexy, savvy show provid ...
 
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What is the cost of visibility online? With the power of social media, everyone wants to be visible and they would go to extreme lengths just to be seen. Women who think they are not up to the beauty standard would go to TikTok just to laugh at themselves. All of that just to be seen. It's crazy because you don't have to care about how you look. Ev…
 
Sometimes in life, we feel unfulfilled, especially when we're living someone else’s dream and just ticking things off that we think we're supposed to be doing. Stop living success-empty and start living success-full. Today, Whitney Lauritsen is joined by transformational coach and author Shelley Paxton. Shelley was a former Chief Marketing Officer …
 
Witnessing her mother and father — in short succession — lose their lives to cancer, Allison Melody endured significant trauma in her 20s. Why did their bodies fail them? Why did the doctors have no answers? This tragic loss instilled in Allison an unwavering passion for nutrition and propelled her into the world of holistic health and healing. She…
 
You’ve probably heard of the word “performative,” but how exactly does it manifest in our lives today? In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen reflects on the “performance” people put up online or elsewhere and how it affects how we live our lives. From social media, content creation, and even in our diets, striving to put on a show or follow certain ru…
 
Answering Your Questions on this Two-Part episode of Ask Alli! Tune in to Part 1 to hear: - My Reaction to Being Roasted Juicy Scoop Podcast Host Heather McDonald - How to Have a Happy Healthy Plant-Powered Pregnancy with Dr. Stephen Cabral - How to Set SMART GOALS That Are Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Relevant, and Time-Bound And next time, t…
 
Does having fun equal happiness? How can you invite more fun into your life, and why do you need to? Here to answer all these questions is Michael Rucker, Ph.D. Mike, aka the Fun Expert, is an organizational psychologist, behavioral scientist, and charter member of the International Positive Psychology Association. He joins host Whitney Lauritsen t…
 
What does it mean to cleanse? For many, the word throws up images of green juices and fasting. But that’s not quite accurate. You might be surprised to learn that you can cleanse in a gentler way. But you also need to go beyond diet if you want to really reset your body. Elissa Goodman looks 20 years younger than her age; you might think she’s been…
 
Many times, people tend to be wary of how others think of them and how they are perceived. And this is because of how they communicate and deliver information. This results in people feeling ashamed when they cannot communicate in a way that is expected of them. We all want to be socially accepted. That is why Whitney Lauritsen discusses why effect…
 
Because of unbalanced society standards, wellness has been dominated and almost became exclusive to white people. This must never be the case, and reclaiming wellness to become accessible to all has been the center of Jovanka Ciares’ crusade. This integrative herbalist and executive health coach joins Whitney Lauritsen to share about her education …
 
Mae grew up in Northern California, learning many of her life lessons in her parent’s organic garden. She believes health and vitality- the ability to nourish our bodies, minds, and spirit begins with our simplest daily choices. Because of this, Mae enjoys designing rituals from routines, finding wonder and presence in nature, and doing challenging…
 
Why is it that when you call in sick for work, you tend to try your best to recover as quickly as possible? People don't allow themselves to recover from all the stress. That can be stress from work or even just social stress. Being around people takes a lot of energy and can really drain a person. People need to give themselves time to recover. Th…
 
Why do you declutter your home when you know you’re expecting guests? Why don’t you declutter for the sake of yourself? That mindset of clutter needs to be reframed. It’s only natural that you view cleaning as a chore but decluttering is one way to take care of yourself. It is self-love. It’s transformational, self-development, and is a journey tha…
 
Getting to know ourselves is a never-ending process. In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen opens up a vulnerable side to share her unmasking process. Whitney has been on a journey of self-discovery and she takes time to talk about the struggles and realizations she’s had during this. Listen to an honest and raw look into her thoughts about neurodiverg…
 
There are cultural structures in place today that are designed to keep those who are wealthy in place. Whether they are celebrities, rich, poor, black, white, male, or female. There's always this idea of status in a community. And that needs to change or at least be restructured. Join Whitney Lauritsen as she talks to Sarah Dixon about human hierar…
 
What if every day you could elevate your consciousness, and create miracles in your life? Beating cancer can seem like a miracle. But it IS possible for everyone, and Hal Elrod is proof of this. When Hal was 20, he had a car crash and died (you read that right). He was clinically dead for 6-minutes. When he woke up from a 6-day coma, he found out h…
 
Remember that episode where Whitney Lauritsen talked about being nervous while preparing for a trip? Well, she's back from it! And in contrast to what she expected, it all went smoothly and was even more rewarding. In this episode, she shares her recent trip to Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. She takes us through each day of her trip, what…
 
How can we create an environment of psychological safety? Most of the time, people do not take action when they witness bullying, especially when women are involved. What are the common factors of bullying? What is a frenemy? Find out in this episode with guest Amber Tichenor. Discover how society forged these negative actions. Learn how to deal wi…
 
Are we doing enough to help the planet? Is the responsibility on us to save the world from the climate crisis? What more can we do? In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen dives deep into the topic featuring articles that tackle environmental responsibility, begging the question of whether it is up to the individual or are there bigger powers at play? J…
 
What is the relationship between functional medicine and gynecology? How can we detox and ditch the toxins - for good? My guest, Dr. Wendie Trubow answers these questions and more on today’s episode of Food Heals. Wendie Trubow, M.D., MBA is a functional medicine gynecologist with a thriving practice at Five Journeys, and is passionate about helpin…
 
Everyone undergoes a grieving process at some point in their lives. It is usually associated with losing a loved one and can come in the most unusual and unexpected forms. For some people, they experience major breakdowns because of a failing career or a pet passing away. Therefore, one must know how to break away from the typical ways grief is sup…
 
For women, thinking about going on a solo trip can be intimidating. You have to consider the aspect of being alone and, at the same time, being a woman in a world that can sometimes be unkind. So how do you prepare? Join host Whitney Lauritsen as she shares her travel preparation before a long trip. Do you need a tracking device that will help you …
 
No matter how bad things get in life, the power of hope can drive you to build a better life. Whitney Lauritsen chats with Cynthia Jones, the founder of Royalty Mindset. Cynthia is on a mission to motivate women entrepreneurs to live the life they desire, no matter their circumstances. She believes that the key is to have a big vision that’s a litt…
 
How Going Plant-Based Inspired a 40-Pound Weight Loss, Three Cookbooks and a Wellness Revolution with VegInspireds Kathy Davis Kathy Davis is a plant-based lifestyle and mindset coach, the CEO of VegInspired, and the author of three cookbooks: The 30-Minute Whole-Food Plant-Based Cookbook, The Super Easy Plant-Based Cookbook, and The Budget-Friendl…
 
A lot of people struggle with how society sees them. Beauty is power, and if you don't conform to what society thinks is beautiful, you'll be seen as weak. This whole mindset is just wrong. Embrace who you naturally are. Let go of the wheel a little bit and just be yourself. Remember you'll be more remembered for your personality and how you show u…
 
How do you turn social anxiety into confidence and connection? Whitney Lauritsen chats with author and coach Marcus Bales. He shares his journey from being a socially anxious child to an award-winning professional speaker. Join the conversation as Marcus provides hard-fought wisdom for those who struggle with similar social situations and self-doub…
 
The world is evolving fast. And whether you like it or not, web3 is moving us to the next phase of the Internet. So before we get left behind in the dark, let us get to know web3 and how it is redefining community. In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen helps us understand this world along with social tokens and the future of content. She dives deep in…
 
“Disconnection is symptomatic of modern life, but not necessary.” This is a beautiful quote from the guest in this episode, Dr. Stacy Berman. It calls for a number of reflections on the ways we connect in this chaotic world—even if sometimes, all we want is to do the opposite. Through our quest for connection, how much of ourselves do we show to be…
 
Our Cancer Journeys and Healing Stories the Mainstream Media Isn’t Talking About Series coninues with these incredible interviews... Amanda Deming From Episode 8 Cervical cancer killed nearly 4,000 women last year. It’s the second most common cancer among women. Conventional treatments, like surgery, chemo and radiation, aren’t just poisonous, they…
 
Every podcaster has a unique podcasting journey. In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen shares hers by answering questions about her background in film and psychology from Emerson College in Boston. She opens up about how the two programs impacted her journey into podcasting and the lessons she’s carried during that transition. Whitney also shares how …
 
When you make a mistake, it's important to accept yourself for what you did. Show up for yourself despite all your flaws. Everyone has faults; we are human. That's why it's best not to 'should yourself'. Learn how to shift away from this with Whitney Lauritsen and her guest Tammie Bennett. Tammie is a creative entrepreneur, mindset coach, and host …
 
What is the role that diet and nutrition play in your ability to recover from cancer? How important is our emotional state when we are dealing with a cancer diagnosis? What role does oxygenation and breathwork have to do with healing! These questions and more are explored on today’s two-part classic episode featuring some of my favorite cancer warr…
 
The world of content creation is saturated and potentially toxic if you don't have the right purpose and principles. In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen opens up about her journey of finding clarity, confidence, and self-trust while navigating the industry. She voices her internal struggles and insecurities while socializing with peers and how it im…
 
In a society of comparison and fitting into a mold, we need more conversation around stepping outside the box to find joy. Laurel Wilson believes in the saying: “write your vision in pen and your path in pencil.” Life throws unexpected curveballs that move us from our original path, but that doesn’t mean we should give up on our goals. In her chat …
 
What is Wealth Consciousness and why is it important for us to cultivate it? What does your home, your possessions and even your clutter have to do with your wealth attraction factor? I explore these questions and more with my guest, host of The Wealth Alchemist Podcast, Keri Norley. Keri believes the more money you have, the more ability you have …
 
“Who am I?” In this introspective episode, Whitney Lauritsen goes on a raw and honest journey as she answers questions as a part of a feature from Shoutout LA. Whitney dives deep and uncovers her personal stories and turning points that lead to her recent discoveries on her identity. She also shares the inspiration behind Beyond Measures and opens …
 
There is much to be said about connecting with people who are going through trauma. Not only do we help them in the process, we also transform our lives with their stories. Today's guest is passionate about doing this. Whitney Lauritsen sits down with David Richman to talk about how we can form deeper connections with ourselves and those in our liv…
 
What's the difference between western medicine and functional medicine? What is the best kind of toothpaste to use? How can I become a more powerful manifestor? These are just some of the questions I explore on today's episode of Ask Alli on Food Heals. Tune in to learn: - How to remineralize your teeth and never get a cavity again - A tooth powder…
 
There are countless ways women can excel in our society. However, there are just as many ways society hinders women from fitting in and feeling misunderstood. Whitney Lauritsen dives deep into this uncomfortable notion. She shares her learnings from the book Divergent Mind: Thriving in a World That Wasn't Designed for You by Jenara Nerenberg. Liste…
 
Decluttering is one of the simplest ways to boost your mental and emotional well-being. In this episode, Krista Lockwood gives simple practices and tips that can positively impact your life. She is the Founder of Motherhood Simplified and host of the podcast with the same name. Krista joins Whitney Lauritsen to share that decluttering doesn’t have …
 
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