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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 ...
 
Poetry Centered features curated selections from Voca, the University of Arizona Poetry Center’s online audiovisual archive of more than 1,000 recordings of poets reading their work during visits to the Center between 1963 and today. In each episode, a guest poet introduces three poems from Voca, sharing their insights about the remarkable performances recorded in our archive. Each episode concludes with the guest poet reading a poem of their own.
 
Let's nerd out where writing, psychology, and business success overlap! On this show, we look at how to ethically apply psychological principles of persuasion. You'll learn compelling copy tips to improve your writing of all lengths for biz. And you'll be ready to become a #1 bestselling published author on Amazon (faster, easier, and cheaper than you thought possible) and make money with your books as you grow your exposure and business. Join host Laura Petersen (a.k.a. @LaptopLaura) a tall ...
 
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In today's episode learn quick tips for busy moms PLUS a weekly action plan to get you to the dinner table more often - with healthier food and in less time. Stephanie Dreyer is a plant-based meal planning expert and the founder of StephanieDreyer.com where she helps busy parents bring more ease to their meal prep and meal times. Her children's boo…
 
Stephanis was gutted. “Online now - DM me” is what her boyfriend’s Match.com profile said. The man she was living with, the man that she talked about marriage and family with - was on the prowl. Not only that, but the profile said that he had just broken up with his girlfriend. It said she was not “the one”. Shocked and heart-broken, Stephanie pack…
 
Rosa Alcalá curates poems in which the body plays a central role as a performing presence. She selects and shares Roberto Tejada’s exploration of control and surrender (“Sun bursting as in water beads”), Rosmarie and Keith Waldrop’s stereophonic collaborative poem (“Light Travels”), and Black Took Collective’s daring, experimental performance piec…
 
Join Allison Melody and Ashley Fillingim to talk about their latest health hacks, natural beauty tips, and DIY recipes to heal yourself from the inside out. Tune in to learn: - Alli's Natural Bruise Healing Protocol - What Really Happened in Tulum - The Sexy Truth About Pineapple - Ashley's Anti-Aging Coffee Scrub Recipe - Supplements We're Obsesse…
 
Bojan Louis shares poems that embody deep listening and engagement with particular realities. He introduces Alan Dugan’s grasp of each moment’s truth (“Love Song: I and Thou”); Layli Long Soldier’s poetry of image, witness, and ways of being (“WHEREAS her birth signaled…”); and Angel Nafis’s critical song that speaks to community (“Ghazal to Open C…
 
Plant Love: The Story of Two Hollywood Starlets who Found God, Spirituality, and Veganism You've seen Gianna Simone and Andrea Logan on the big screen; now, hear how they overcame abuse, disordered eating, and suicidal thoughts. Find out how they learned to live their lives with passion, purpose, and style! This is the story of two Hollywood starle…
 
Are all probiotics created equal? We find out in today’s episode with returning guest, Tina Anderson. Formerly an attorney working in the pharmaceutical field for 15 years, Tina found herself becoming more and more disillusioned with the pharmaceutical industry. After seeing the overprescribing of medications, the terrible side effects people were …
 
Peggy Robles-Alvarado introduces poems that embody complex identities with honesty, exuberance, and strength. She shares Toi Derricotte’s frank look at the experience of shifting from woman to mother (“Delivery”), Judith Ortiz Cofer’s reckoning with leaving childhood behind (“Quinceañera”), and Ada Limón’s celebration of self-worth and self-pride…
 
Do you want to know how you can condense 10 years worth of therapy into 5-minute processes? Let’s find out in today’s episode with Brittany Watkins! Brittany Watkins is America’s leading expert in Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) tapping for weight loss. She has trained more than 400 PHds, therapists and counselors in her unique psychological met…
 
Allison Adelle Hedge Coke curates poems by writers who have influenced her own writing through their creative leadership, mentoring, or poetics of belonging. She introduces Juan Felipe Herrera’s invitation to a spirit of generosity and care (“Let Us Gather in a Flourishing Way”), Quincy Troupe’s musically attuned tribute to his father (“Poem for My…
 
Are you ready for financial and lifestyle freedom? So are we! Tune in for a brand new episode with returning guest, John Lee Dumas. John Lee Dumas "JLD" is the host of the Entrepreneurs on Fire, an award-winning podcast where he interviews inspiring entrepreneurs to help YOU and ME along our entrepreneurial journey. JLD is one of the biggest person…
 
In today’s episode we’re getting personal. You’ll hear the story of why Allison Melody packed up her LA life and headed to Florida for an undetermined amount of time. No plan?? What has happened to your Type A “Super Planner” girl? Alli is joined by her co-conspirator-in-adventures, Ashley Fillingim. Ashley is a recovering “big law” attorney who no…
 
Francisco Aragón shares poems alive with the vibrancy of a particular voice addressed to a particular audience. He introduces Francisco X. Alarcón’s bittersweet homage to a poetic ancestor (“Hernando Ruiz de Alarcón”), Thom Gunn’s farewell address to a beloved fellow writer (“To Isherwood Dying”), and Denise Levertov’s mythic, ecstatic monologue on…
 
Jane Hirshfield curates poems that look into the abyss with brave clarity and complex humility. Hirshfield shares Eavan Boland’s probing into the place of shadows that history passes by (“Quarantine”), Miroslav Holub’s reminder that there is life and meaning beyond human precision (“Brief Thoughts on Exactness”), and Tomas Tranströmer’s marrying of…
 
Douglas Kearney discusses recordings that give rise to reflections on human interaction and the potential for both connection and violence held there. Kearney introduces Rosa Alcalá as she uses found text to chart the shape of violence (“Are You Okay?"), Martín Espada as he encounters “reeling hyper-reality” in the courtroom (“City of Coughing an…
 
The Gupta Program: Why Brain Retraining Is the Key to Healing Chronic Health Conditions with Ashok Gupta We know that the body is designed to heal itself when given the tools that it needs to do so. But, how do we trigger that healing response in the brain? Ashok Gupta has the answer. Ashok healed himself of ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chroni…
 
Cynthia Cruz introduces poems that mingle “the everyday with the mystical, the unreasonable,” the poems' meaning and beauty transcending the words themselves. Cruz considers the urgency of the quotidian in Denis Johnson’s “The Monk’s Insomnia,” the magical life a poem can carry within itself in Jon Anderson’s “Fox,” and negation as a place of begin…
 
They say, "Be the change you wish to see." Today I challenge you to create the 2021 version of you that you wish to be! You Are Here For A Purpose. Do you wake up most days knowing there is something greater out there for you? Do you feel you are meant to do more, be more, and create more in this life? Do you have a message burning up inside of you…
 
“Live your inspired life is the motto of today’s guest, Junaid Kalmadi, The Founder and CEO of Farmers Juice. A values-driven serial entrepreneur motivated by love and positive impact, Junaid Kalmadi realized he could shake up the juice industry with his innovative approach to making juices healthy, sustainable and affordable. The Farmers Juice doe…
 
Jack Jung shares poems in which he hears echoes of the themes, musicality, and imagery of Korean modernist poet Yi Sang. Shadow selves recur in each selection: Jung introduces early recordings of James Tate in 1968 on sparring with his shadow (“Shadowboxing”) and W.S. Merwin in 1969 reading a mythical poem about anti-creation (“The Last One”). He a…
 
With all the fear out there I wanted to put out a positive, motivational message this Sunday. If you know me well, or if you have listened to Food Heals for a long time, you know that just as passionate as I am about health and wellness, I am equally passionate about building a business and a life that you love. In the most challenging year of most…
 
Youtube video jam link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTvZvGkDUB8 Rough manuscript although I veer a little;) To accept this gift of life to the fullest and to have an undying appreciation of the vessel you were given to enjoy it. I’m saying love your body. Not just with supplements and exercise, but also how you let it feel. What thoughts you le…
 
Tim James is 47 years old but looks and feels younger than he did in his 30’s. His secret? You’ll have to listen to find out! In his 30’s Tim suffered from multiple health issues. But it wasn't until he went to the Hippocrates Institute that he decided to make permanent sustainable lifestyle changes that would completely transform his health. After…
 
Michelle Whittaker presents recordings of poems that display their writers’ skill with both narrative and sound as they each consider the body as a site of conflict and grace. Whittaker considers the way Robert Hass employs sound to communicate strong emotion (“A Story About the Body”), connects with Ellen Bryant Voigt’s memories of seeing a family…
 
On today’s episode we've got three pioneers in different aspects of the health space but one thing they share in common is their passion to help you live your best life. Living your best life may sound like an overused Instagram hashtag, but in this case it is three amazing individuals who overcame trauma, health challenges and more to learn how no…
 
Oliver Baez Bendorf shares recordings of poets that encourage him to “show up in [his] own life” through both their poetry and the way they themselves move through the world as thinkers, activists, and people. He celebrates Trish Salah’s intelligence and generosity of mind (“Tiresias as Cuir (on the run)”), CAConrad’s expressiveness of voice and co…
 
Public health has been defined as the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, and improving quality of life through organized efforts and informed choices of society, organizations, communities and individuals. Todays guests are pioneers in the health space who are disrupting the norms and taking new and innovative approaches to hea…
 
Randall Horton introduces poems that ask us to consider intensely difficult situations, seeing anew their complexity and the humanity of the people involved. He discusses Reginald Dwayne Betts’ exploration of the 1980s crack cocaine epidemic and mass incarceration (“The Invention of Crack”), Brian Turner’s masterful use of point of view (“2000 lbs.…
 
Halloween is not just about pumpkin carving, ghost stories, and wearing spooky costumes. During this time when the veil is lifted there is an opportunity to release that which is no longer serving us, tap into our intuition, and create massive shifts in our lives. Get into the Halloween spirit with some spiritual, spooky, supernatural stories with …
 
Teaching artists from the Poetry Center’s Writing the Community program offer ideas for using recordings from Voca to inspire K-12 students. Kristen E. Nelson discusses the benefits of using a simple, concrete parameter—such as writing about the moon—for younger students. She shares moon poems by Al Young (“Excerpt from ‘About the 22 Moon Poems’” a…
 
Due to the pandemic, there has been a massive shift to work from home. In fact, 88% of organizations have encouraged or required their employees to work from home and nearly 43% of Americans say they want to work remotely even after the economy has reopened. Working from home is the new normal. But with it comes a major learning curve! We have fami…
 
Today I am joined by friend of Food Heals, Laura Powers, to talk about a microcurrent frequency device that might be the missing tool in your healing toolbox. Did you know healing happens on different frequencies? What if you could harness the power of microcurrents to promote well-being, boost your immunity, relieve stress, and improve your overal…
 
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