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Although the world is becoming mostly sedentary, our bodies still require a wide variety of daily movements in order to work well. Many of us struggle to get regular exercise, but even that can fall short of nourishing the body from head to toe. How can we move more—a lot more—when we have sore, stiff parts and overly busy lifestyles? Join Katy Bowman M.S., biomechanist, author, and movement educator as she combines big-picture lessons on biomechanics, kinesiology, physiology, and natural hu ...
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GAPS Youth Movement Podcast

Anah Easton and Julia Dulgerova

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Welcome to the GAPS Youth Movement podcast, where two teen health enthusiasts, Anah and Julia, spill the beans on all thing's gut health and vibrant living! Join us as we share our personal journeys of healing our guts, diving into why gut health is not just important but crucial for overall well-being, especially for young folks like us. As a community of young health advocates, we're here to inspire our peers to start making those healthy choices early on. From nutritious foods to mindful ...
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Farmers interview scientists, activists, politicians, and authors engaged in protecting USDA organic food against an active corporate takeover. Real Organic Project released its add-on food label in stores and markets in 2021, and is focused on introducing eaters across the United States to our movement and its allies. In this podcast series, you'll meet the best organic and regenerative farmers around, as well as journalists, climate experts, policy makers and chefs (Dr. Vandana Shiva, Paul ...
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Food Matters meets the people who are trying to reconnect us with real, healthy and sustainable food. With our food system causing huge problems for the health of people and planet, there’s a quiet revolution happening driven by passionate people in communities and food businesses around the world who want to do things differently – producing nutritious food in a way that doesn’t cost the earth. Food Matters tells their story. Join Mick Kelly, founder of GIY as he dives in to proper conversa ...
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Childhood is finite at just shy of 9.5 million minutes. We only get one shot at it. One of the biggest decisions we make is how we will use that time. Research has confirmed time and time again that what children are naturally and unabashedly drawn to, unrestricted outside play, contributes extensively to every area of childhood development. The importance here cannot be understated. Every year we aim to match nature time with the average amount of American kid screen time (which is currentl ...
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Join host Ginny Yurich on the 1000 Hours Outside Podcast as she sits down with biomechanist and movement advocate Katy Bowman for an enlightening conversation about redefining how we think about movement. Katy shares her unique perspective on integrating movement into our daily lives beyond traditional exercise routines. Discover the concept of "mo…
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In his third appearance on The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast, Dr. Peter Gray joins host Ginny Yurich to explore the benefits of self-directed education. Dr. Gray shares personal anecdotes about his son’s and brother’s educational journeys, highlighting the success of alternative learning environments like the Sudbury Valley School. They delve into the…
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In this episode of The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast, host Ginny Yurich welcomes dear family friend Dustin Lolli, the lead singer of the band Sanctus Real and one half of the duo "This Way Home" with his wife, Sarah. Dustin shares his journey of stepping into the unknown, moving from a secure situation to joining a band without knowing if it would suc…
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#179: Glenn Elzinga and Dave continue their discussion about raising truly healthy cattle that yield nutrient-dense beef. By following the innate, time-honored rhythm of the birthing cycle and offering the herd a wide variety of plant species to graze instead of pushing for rapid weight gain, Alderspring Ranch is able to stave off illness and incre…
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In this heartwarming episode of The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast, host Ginny Yurich welcomes her dear friend, Rachel Kovac, to share her inspiring homeschooling journey and the creative pursuits that bring her life. Rachel, a mother of six, has been homeschooling since her oldest was in the third grade, curating a rich educational experience filled w…
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Sally Barnes is both a force of nature and a champion for it. One of Ireland’s most iconic artisan food producers, Sally runs the last smokehouse in Ireland that deals exclusively with Ireland’s diminishing stock of wild fish. Sally started out by smoking fish in a tea chest in the early 1980s as a way of preserving unexpected gluts, and in the yea…
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In this compelling episode of The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast, host Ginny Yurich sits down with author and pastor Sharon Hodde Miller to explore the intricate relationship between control, anxiety, and our modern world. Sharon shares her observations on the rising levels of anxiety, particularly among college students, and delves into the cultural s…
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In this engaging episode of The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast, host Ginny Yurich sits down with author and photographer Jon Kreye to explore the intersection of photography and the short term rental industry. Jon shares his journey from a decade-long photography hobbyist to a sought-after professional in the short term rental market. They discuss the …
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#178: Mwatima Juma joins Dave to discuss the powerful influence chemical companies have over African farming practices and the way agricultural policies are shaped across the continent. As support for transitioning acreage to organic grows in Europe and India, multinationals see Africa as a must-win market for selling their amendments. Dr. Mwatima …
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Alastair Humphreys returns!!!!! In this exciting sixth appearance on The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast, National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, Alastair Humphreys, joins host Ginny Yurich to discuss his latest book, Against the Odds as well as his book Ask an Adventurer. This episode dives deep into the stories of 20 great adventurers who encounte…
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To Hiking pole, or not to hiking pole, is the question that biomechanist Katy Bowman and biologist Jeannette Loram address in this episode. The use of poles has become a hotly debated topic among hikers and Katy and Jeannette dive in to help explore the issue. They discuss how poles are used in fitness and hiking scenarios, as well as their potenti…
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Join us on this captivating episode of The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast as Ginny Yurich sits down with Sheila Quinn, the brilliant author behind the heartwarming novel So Long As It’s Wonderful. Sheila’s book transports readers into the vibrant world of the Roosevelt County Community, inspired by her own large family and the wild, fascinating stories…
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#177: Twin brothers Ron and Arnie Koss talk about their experience founding Earth's Best Baby Foods in 1985 with the hopes of impacting real, positive change in the marketplace by inspiring Big Food to also meet the growing demand for organic baby food. They also pose lots of questions about the Real Organic Project to their Vermont peer and ROP co…
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Developmental psychologist Dr. Mariana Brussoni joins us to discuss the critical importance of risky play for children's development! Dr. Brussoni explains how injuries are the leading cause of death for children, but avoiding risk entirely is not the solution. Instead, she advocates for a balanced approach to risk that acknowledges its benefits fo…
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Welcome to the latest episode of the GAPS Youth Movement Podcast with your hosts, Julia Dulgerova and Anah Easton! In this insightful episode, we delve into the essence of the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) lifestyle and explore the holistic practices that form its core. Join us as we discuss the powerful benefits of grounding, journaling, bala…
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Get the jars, vinegar and flavourings at the ready because Caitlin Ruth is about to inspire you to start pickling and preserving everything you can get your hands on. Caitlin worked as a professional chef in many kitchens in many places, but her childhood love of pickling and fermenting always came with her. She has now captured all of her favourit…
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Cal Newport is here!!!!!!! In this episode we are discussing Cal's newest book Slow Productivity: The Lost Art of Accomplishment Without Burnout. This episode includes discussions about how modern productivity practices have become haphazard and misaligned with our human experience, leading to what Cal terms "pseudo-productivity." Discover the orig…
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Co-host of the incredible Degree Free Podcast Hannah Maruyama joins us to explore different paths to success in life, with or without a college degree. Hannah shares her journey of "breaking out" of college, finding work that defies traditional expectations, and navigating the job market with strategic, passion-driven choices. We discuss the pitfal…
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#176: Food systems consultant and former team leader for the Naturland Fair & Social Responsibility program Nora Taleb visits Real Organic Project co-director Linley Dixon at her farm in Durango, Colorado for a conversation about the role of organic agriculture, farmers, and corporate actors across the globe. Nora Taleb is a food systems consultant…
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Don't miss this one!!! This episode has substantial health implications. Dr. Ben Miraglia from ToothPillow joins us as we dive into the critical connections between jaw development, breathing, and sleep in children. Discover why crowded teeth and bad bites are symptoms of a larger issue, how early diet impacts jaw growth, and the profound effects o…
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Biomechanist Katy Bowman and biologist Jeannette Loram discuss bunions; what they are, how they are created and what to do about them. Inspired by a recent article in National Geographic, they unpack the idea that bunions are a failure of evolution. Rather than being due to a poorly engineered toe, Katy and Jeannette show how bunions are actually c…
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Bestselling author Jack Carr returns!!!!!!!!!!!!! In this episode we are talking about his brand new fiction thriller, Red Sky Mourning. We also explore the profound impact of childhood reading and its ripple effects on life and career. Jack shares thought-provoking insights on loyalty, the ethical dilemmas of next-generation warfare, and the dark …
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Dr. Josh Straub is here!! In this episode we explore the profound impact of prioritizing family amidst the hustle and bustle of modern life. Dr. Straub delves into the common regrets people have about not staying true to themselves and not spending enough time with loved ones. He emphasizes the importance of cherishing the biggest fans under our ro…
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#175: Researcher and author Tim Wise shares his deep knowledge of the Green Revolution and its misleading claims to solve world hunger through chemical agriculture and government policy. While most of us think of the Green Revolution as movement from the past, Tim raises awareness that it is very much alive today across the globe, most notably in A…
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Erin Loechner is back for the second time!!!!!!! This episode is about learning how to provide children with experiences that technology can't replicate. Erin introduces her family's unique motto, "Be More Engaging Than the Algorithm," emphasizing the importance of saying yes to enriching activities instead of simply saying no to devices. It's an a…
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They say that size doesn’t matter, it’s what you do with it that counts. And when it comes to growing our own food, that’s certainly the case. Renowned gardener Huw Richards and highly accomplished chef Sam Cooper have spent the last two years working out how we can all grow as much fruit and veg as we can eat, on just a small plot of land. They sh…
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Sean of the South is here!!!!!!!!!! This is one of my very favorite conversations. Sean's writing it SO touching and memorable. Sean recorded this one OUTSIDE with some beautiful scenery behind him so enjoy the sound of the birds and the wind :). Join us as Sean opens up about his tumultuous past, including the long-lasting impact of his father's t…
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In this episode of the 1000 Hours Outside Podcast, host Ginny Yurich is joined by Chelsea Bodie and Caitlin Slavens, the dynamic duo behind Mama Psychologists, to delve into the profound challenges of motherhood. Titled "Mom Life Feels Hard Because it is Hard," this episode unpacks the complexities of postpartum experiences and offers essential ins…
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#174: Republic of Tea co-founder and UC Berkeley Haas Center for Responsible Business co-chair Will Rosenzweig joins Dave to discuss his early efforts to impact change on the food system from the inside out, through entrepreneurship, as well as his thoughts on how to acheive postive impact in today's world through education. Will Rosenzweig is a we…
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Requested guest Nadine Artemis is here!!!! Nadine Artemis is a renowned beauty and health expert. In this episode we explore the powerful connection between nature and our well-being. Nadine's journey from creating her own makeup concoctions in childhood to opening North America's first full-concept aromatherapy store in 1992 is so inspiring. She s…
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Biomechanist Katy Bowman and Parent Coach Mary Van Geffen talk about “Movement As Regulation” for spicy kids. Independent, non-conformist, neurodivergent and sensitive kids can be particularly thrown off kilter by social and movement restrictions. Mary and Katy discuss the need for these kids to express their feelings in a physical way. They unpack…
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Join Ginny Yurich on The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast as she dives into a captivating conversation with Chef Nathan Lippy. In this inspiring episode, Chef Lippy shares his journey from a young culinary enthusiast to a renowned chef and entrepreneur, emphasizing the profound wisdom in embracing mistakes. Discover how his parents' supportive approach f…
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#173: Real Organic Project certified rancher Glenn Elzinga talks about the grazing plan he and his wife Carolyn devised to mimic the movement of animals that were once a key part of healthy ecosystems. Their method of "in herding" has transformed his own land, as well as the public land he leases in Idaho, bringing back a diversity of species and a…
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Comedian and multi-talented artist JJ Barrows to explore the ups and downs of life, the importance of staying curious, and the value of resilience. JJ shares her journey through various career paths, the lessons learned from each, and how surfing prepared her for the competitive world of comedy. From the pressures of having life figured out by a ce…
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Cassie Butters is starting TimberNook Mid-Michigan!!! Join the passionate founder of TimberNook Mid-Michigan and Ginny Yurich as they discuss all sorts of things related to childhood play. Discover Cassie’s journey from seeking answers in the book "Balanced and Barefoot" to creating an enchanting outdoor program designed to bring the magic of play …
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Join host Ginny Yurich and requested guest Dr. Mark Harper on this refreshing episode of the 1000 Hours Outside Podcast as they dive into the world of cold water swimming. From the initial shock of year-round sea swimming to the incredible mental and physical health benefits, Mark shares his journey and expertise. Discover how cold adaptation can r…
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Flahavans is one of Ireland’s most iconic family businesses. Having milled locally-grown oats in Co Waterford for almost 250 years, the family has built the Flahavans brand over seven generations and it is now synonymous with porridge and other nutritious oat-based foods. In recent years, Flahavans has invested heavily in expanding the product rang…
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I LOOOOOOOOOOVE THIS EPISODE!!!!! I learned so, so, so much from GEOMORPHOLOGIST David Montgomery! Discover how soil life is the foundation of healthy ecosystems and how modern agricultural practices have disrupted the delicate balance between plants and soil microbes. David explains the crucial roles of microbes in the soil, their relationship wit…
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#172: California green banker and philanthropist Kat Taylor joins us again to shed light on how banking and finance influence the consolidation seen in food and agriculture. Kat Taylor is a positive-impact investor who has started both a community bank and an organic cattle ranch to influence the social and environmental injustices she sees in her …
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In this enriching episode of the 1000 Hours Outside Podcast, host Ginny Yurich sits down with Jennie Lusko, author of The Fight to Flourish and pastor at Fresh Life Church in Montana. Since its inception in January 2007, Fresh Life Church has been a beacon of hope and inspiration for many, and Jennie’s journey is deeply intertwined with its growth …
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Dr. Darren Whitehead is here!!!!!!!! Darren joins us to discuss the profound impact of our digital habits. Spurred by a candid comment from his teenage daughters, Darren explores the pervasive issue of screen addiction and its detrimental effects on mental, social, and spiritual health. Discover the transformative journey of a 40-day digital fast, …
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#171: Hans Herren shares the story of using biological controls to save Africa's cassava crop from a disastrous, continent-wide Mealy Bug infestation. While he was awarded the World Food Prize for his efforts and recognized for the incredible number of lives that work saved, non-chemical biocontrols are still nowhere near a popular approach in the …
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One of our most beloved guests, Beth Barbeau returns for her fifth time! In a heartfelt conversation titled "50 Things I Hope You Know," Beth shares her most treasured wisdom that she wants to pass onto her children through a series of life lessons, blending practical advice with emotional insights. We walk through six or seven of the 50 items on h…
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Biomechanist Katy Bowman and biologist Jeannette Loram dig deeper into the concept of movement as nutrition in Katy’s new book “ My Perfect Movement Plan: The Move Your DNA All Day Workbook”. They discuss how the book will help you understand your current movement diet and show you how to create a more balanced movement diet going forward. They int…
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Biologist Jeannette Loram and Biomechanist Katy Bowman discuss movement “as nutrition”. Using familiar dietary terms, Katy and Jeannette unpack the concept of movement macronutrients, micronutrients and calories. They discuss how simply getting enough physical activity, or "movement calories", does not guarantee you are nourishing your whole body; …
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