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The modern food system is broken and our health is terrible. What can we do to fix it? Theresa "Sam" Houghton, Chief Nerd at The Modern Health Nerd, brings together the movers, shakers and innovators from food, health, agriculture and everywhere in between for fascinating conversations that examine what individuals and companies are doing to transform what we eat and how we live. From innovative plant-based products and indoor vertical farming to fitness and foodtech, every episode features ...
 
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How much control do we actually have over our food choices? According to Michael Moss, it's not nearly as much as we think. Decades of research and reformulation have given the ultra-processed food industry ("Big Food") the upper hand, but we don't have to be victims of manipulation. We can regain control—and Michael Moss provides the ammunition we…
 
What if we could break the cycle of disease and premature death just by changing what we eat? Dr. T. Colin Campbell believes it really is that simple. After decades of studying nutrition's effects on health and disease, Dr. Campbell is convinced that eating plants in as close to their whole, unrefined forms as possible is the best thing we can do t…
 
Can some of the smallest living things on the planet change the future of the food system—and create a better world? According to Eugene Wang, microalgae has that power. Through his company, Sophie's BioNutrients, Eugene and his team are fermenting and extracting unique microalgae proteins suitable for a creating a variety of plant-based food produ…
 
Jim. Peter, and Tiffany talk about the MCU's newest feature film (available in theaters and on Disney +). Join the gang in this fun episode full of some great information and some not-so-great commentary! This episode was a blast to record and we hope that you enjoy it!The Nerd Cartel
 
What's needed to take the current movement toward more sustainable, ethical food and products to the next level? Sonalie Figuerias believes it’s a combination of consumers asking for more transparency and traceability and brands taking a 360-degree approach to solving the world’s biggest problems. Being at the head of "the world’s leading source fo…
 
Can simple changes make a big difference in diet and health—not just on an individual level, but across the food industry? Mike Fata is living proof that it's possible. Mike has dedicated over 25 years studying and practicing natural health, starting in 1995 when he made the life changing decision to lose over 100lbs. In 1998, he founded Manitoba H…
 
Jim and peter talk about the return of show favorite, (Sir) Nicolas Cage in a unique role as a chef turned hermit/truffle finder. The guys share some laughs as they dive into this unique and entertaining movie now showing in select theaters. Enjoy!The Nerd Cartel
 
What can today's eco-conscious companies, including plant-based businesses, do to increase their impact on the world? Emma Osborne of Citizen Kind would suggest hiring a team of people committed to living out a set of shared values. Whether you're looking for fulfilling work or building a company dedicated to changing the world for the better, this…
 
Why haven't consumers started adopting healthier eating habits despite all the "better-for-you" options on the market? Jack Bobo would say it's because companies don't understand how consumers think—and are turning them off with the wrong messaging. Jack is the author of Why Smart People Make Bad Food Choices, which exposes the not-so-obvious but r…
 
Can switching fast food to a cruelty-free, plant-based model change the world? Jeffrey Harris believes it can. As one of the creative minds behind Plant Power Fast Food, Jeffrey believes building a network of "vegan McDonald's" can open more people's eyes to the health and environmental benefits of eating plant-based. He sees Plant Power as a bridg…
 
What if it were possible for everyone to start leveraging the power of plant-based eating in an accessible and practical way? Through his work on the ProdHealth app, John Dieser is making it possible. There's a lot to unpack on this topic, and we only just scratch the surface as we explore: The mind-blowing research on plant-based nutrition that ch…
 
Why should anybody have to scour Google in a never-ending quest for good plant-based options? Thanks to Collin Tate's work with Kind Co, you don't have to. After becoming frustrated with the amount of trial and error he needed to go through to find the best plant-based and vegan products, Collin launched the Kind Find newsletter—part of the Kind Co…
 
Does vegan cheese have a place on authentic New York pizza? Kobi Regev and his wife, Abev, proved it does with their unique plant-based pizza cheese, Pleese. In this episode, Kobi and I do our best to avoid being cheesy as we dive into: The journey that led Kobi and Abev from making their first vegan pizza to creating their own plant-based cheese. …
 
Jim and Peter are joined by the beloved roach in this no-holds-barred episode of catching up and complete chaos! Tiff brings her 'A' game as always and we all hope that you enjoy listening to this one as much as we enjoyed recording it!The Nerd Cartel
 
Could 3D food printers be the next "must-have" kitchen appliances? Lynette Kucsma of Natural Machines sees it happening! From enabling healthier food choices to opening up new opportunities in personalized nutrition, Natural Machines is looking to bring the benefits of 3D-printed food to the kitchens of the future. In this episode, we geek out abou…
 
Jim and Peter are joined by friend and past guest, Colin, in this in-depth look on what to expect from amusement park experiences after their re-opening. Peter and Colin talk about Disneyland and Jim talks about Knott's Berry farm in this fun and informative episode.The Nerd Cartel
 
Can a whole-food plant-based revolution start in the frozen food aisle? Tyler Mayoras of Cool Beans sees the transition coming—and believes it can grow across the plant-based space. With simple ingredients and upbeat branding, Cool Beans wraps are making it easier to eat whole plant foods on the go. But for Tyler, that's only part of a bigger pictu…
 
Why doesn't everyone know how cool mushrooms are yet? Tony and Tegan Shields of FreshCap are working to boost awareness—and bring the benefits of medicinal mushrooms to everyone's daily routine. Built on Tony's childhood love of mushroom hunting and Tegan's background in nutrition, FreshCap has grown from a single product to a diverse line of medic…
 
As most of you know, Jim and Peter have been involved with 9TKidZ productions and the awesome web series; Halos, Horns, and Tacos!!! Their series is being featured in the Dark Comedy Film Festival and they would LOVE your support! Pay to watch the whole festival for a super reasonable price or just $5 to watch HHT and tell the judges that it change…
 
Is growing mushrooms farming or science? For Matt Hall of Midnight Harvest, it's both. From attempting to cultivate morels in a sterile environment to the ins and outs of Midnight Harvest's gourmet mushroom growing process, Matt is dedicated to blending innovation with sustainability to unlock the full potential of mushrooms. In this episode, we ch…
 
Can mushroom jerky save the world? Maybe not on its own, but Matt Feldman from Moku Foods believes it's a small step that can have a big impact. In this episode, we get 'shroomy about: Matt's inspiration for Moku, and how he settled on king oyster mushrooms as the perfect foundation for plant-based jerky The setback that turned out to be a blessing…
 
Jim flies solo on this series of mini interviews at the Chubby Cheeks Meadery Pop Up event that took place on 4/25. Jim is joined by his father, Jim in this cool episode highlighting Inland Valley Sports Cards and Collectible Toys, Mead, and fun memories.The Nerd Cartel
 
Can snacks powered by functional ingredients make a positive impact on both health and the food supply chain? Parker Olson of Forij is working to make it happen with his sustainable mushroom-infused granola. In this episode, we kick off May Mushroom Month by exploring: The wonder and excitement of foraging for your own food Considering the entire s…
 
How can we stop the cycle of trying to solve the problems in our food system with more problems? For David Benzaquen, the answer comes down to helping companies create desirable and enjoyable plant-based products everyone feels comfortable incorporating into their diets. In this episode, we delve into: How to encourage a broader consumer base to ad…
 
What do new food technologies, ethical marketing and deep philosophical questions have in common? Lavindra del Silva and Karthiga Ratnam, creators of Pandemic Punditry, see them all as essential parts of the current conversation around the changing food system. In this episode, we discuss: The power of combined technologies, including AI, in accele…
 
Is making a sustainable alternative to dairy cheese out of cauliflower and hemp crazy? Veronica Fil of Grounded Foods doesn't think so. Driven by the innovation of her husband and business partner (who just so happens to be a chef of some renown in Australia) and their collective love of good food (including cheese), Grounded is on a mission to fix…
 
Jima and Peter talk to the Inland Valley team, Peter and Ken. These guys are awesome and have so much knowledge on collectibles. Make sure to go see them if you are local; pop up event is happening at Chubby Cheeks Meadery on Sunday, April 25th between the hours of 12pm and 5pm.The Nerd Cartel
 
Could re-igniting the young generation's curiosity about food transform the food and agriculture system as we know it? Nikhil Arora believes it can—and he's working to make it happen. As co-founder of Back to the Roots, Nikhil sees firsthand the problems that face today's food system—particularly the impact on kids' health and well-being. He and hi…
 
Could foodservice automation be the next marketing frontier for plant-based brands? Technology like the Picnic Pizza System has the potential to make it possible. Picnic CEO Clayton Wood joins The Modern Health Nerd Podcast to unpack the amazingly nerdy technology behind Picnic's automated modular solution and discuss: How automation could revoluti…
 
What's one of the plant-based movement's biggest barriers to growth? Arman Anaturk would argue it's consumer education. (Although people need to give startups a break, too!) In this episode, we discuss: How FoodHack is helping startup founders make connections in the foodtech space The origins of FoodHack, its mission and how the platform has adapt…
 
How can plant-based meat address the dual challenge of protein over-consumption and a serious lack of fiber in Western countries? Kati Ohens' approach to product formulation at Plantcraft may have the answer. In this episode, we discuss: How shopping environments influence consumer habits and perpetuate problems in the food system What plant-based …
 
Can functional flours solve the challenges of taste and texture in plant-based food formulations? Chirag Sabunani of Supplant Foods is on a mission to make it happen. Many alternative protein products rely on plant protein isolates and a number of additional ingredients to achieve tastes and textures similar to meat, but Supplant is taking a differ…
 
Overfishing, fish farming and aquatic pollution are ravaging the world's oceans. Robin Simsa and the team at Revo Foods (formerly Legendary Vish) believe the right combination of plant-based ingredients and foodtech can spark change. How? By making the world's first 3D printed plant-based salmon that looks and tastes just like the real thing -- min…
 
What's the missing piece in a healthy lifestyle where diet, exercise and sleep are on point? Patrick Suarez would say it's knowledge of and commitment to better mobility. Patrick is changing the way people view and approach physical therapy. By building relationships through one-on-one sessions and teaching people not only how to recover but also h…
 
Jim, Peter, and Tiffany talk about one of the coolest (and only) theater experiences of 2021! That's right... Sir Nicolas Cage's epic film, Willy's Wonderland!!!! Join us for this cool cast with some good coverage, funny moments, and a few twists... Thanks for listening and remember to tell your friends about The Nerd Cartel Podcast…
 
What do plant-based diets and the gut microbiome have to do with exercise performance? Geoff Palmer has the answer. As a vegan for 35 years, a bodybuilding champion and sports nutrition enthusiast, Geoff digs into the science of nutrition to uncover the best the plant kingdom has to offer. Through his company, Clean Machine, he's bringing the nutri…
 
Can you go from skinny to strong, buff and healthy JUST eating plant-based foods? Robert Cheeke has proven you can. From an 89-pound kid to a 220-pound natural bodybuilding champion, Robert Cheeke underwent an incredible transformation on a plant-based diet. And he's still going strong, showing the world through his books and talks that anyone can …
 
Is the world of online fitness encouraging people to make better choices for mental and physical health -- or feeding into unhealthy, self-destructive thought patterns? Millionaire Hoy says it's time to change the paradigm in episode 2 of February Fitness Month. Why fitness month? Because we can fix our food, we can fix our diets, but if we're not …
 
Jim and Peter do a quick cast talking about Resident Evil and Jim's appearance on the new Audio Architects segment ,Spoiled Avocado! Please remember to like, love, and subscribe to all things Nerd Cartel and show this video (and all of Mike's catalogue) some love! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kKEjIjANaM…
 
What are the three most neglected areas of physical health? According to Sean Vigue, it's sleep, hydration and breath. Sean "Coach" Vigue joins the Modern Health Nerd Podcast for the inaugural episode of February fitness month. He brings his unique perspective on movement, health and yes, breath, to his highly popular YouTube channel, teaching peop…
 
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