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The Nourishment Community Podcast explores our relationship with food, and how to eat joyfully yet in balanced ways. Based on scientific research, we share practical sound advice for healthy eating & healthy living. Matt and Alice's down-to-earth approach will keep you listening as we share our personal journey as well. The goal is to take time to reflect on small and simple changes you can make now to enjoy greater health and happiness ahead!
 
If you're ready to move beyond the soul numbing daily grind so you can reawaken to your genius, reclaim your life energy and fall back in love with your life, you've come to the right place! Alchemy is all about transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary, and that is exactly what Christy A. Harvey, M.A. provides in practical, immediately effective ways. AND each episode features a Kiss from your Truest Self - simple practices designed to inspire a deeper relationship with the wisest pa ...
 
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Neurotic Nourishment Season Three, Episode 12: All Expert Testimony Is Opinion Warning: If you're not into bloody crime scenes, this episode *probably* isn't for you. Seriously. Maybe you just skip this one, just this one time, of course. In today's episode I get to geek out with Anita Zannin, an expert in Blood Spatter Pattern Analysis. Seriously,…
 
What you say about your body - and how those words make you feel - affect how you treat your body (not to mention your level of happiness). We want you to love and appreciate your body, and take care of it in ways that honor your unique needs and circumstances, both nutritionally and beyond. This episode dives into our thoughts and attitudes we hav…
 
Roscoe's Wetsuit Neuro: How to trick your brain into being better behaved Toby Pasman is a neurophysiology researcher and founder of Roscoe's Wetsuit Neuro, an applied neuroscience that uses tech to improve the way your brain works its magical cognitive and emotional functions. Toby created a complimentary "Six Steps to Better Cognitive Performance…
 
Season Three, Episode #11: How Do You Recover From A Stroke: Marcia Moran Marcia Moran is the survivor of a massive stroke that caused her to lose the ability to speak (also known as aphasia) and resulted in limited control over the movement in the right half of her body. But, these days Marcia isn't just surviving, she is seriously thriving. Thank…
 
Season Three, Episode 10: How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Assholes Melinda Wenner Moyer is an award-winning journalist whose research-based articles have appeared in pretty much every publication that has rejected my own work. She is a contributing editor at Scientific American magazine and a regular contributor to The New York Times, Washington Post,…
 
Season Three, Episode #9: How Do We Talk to Our Kids About Death With Dr. Marianne Matzo To hear Dr. Marianne Matzo tell the story, it sounds like she has always wanted to work with the elderly, and from the early days of nursing school, she quickly noticed a difference between the way the doctors attended to elderly, declining patients, and the wa…
 
Season Three, Episode 8: Can Murderers Learn to Be Mediators? Doug Noll and the Prison of Peace Project Say Yes! This week's Patreon episode: Season Three, Patreon Episode #3: More about the woman whose letter started Prison of Peace! Doug Noll spent 22 years as a trial attorney before getting his Master’s Degree in Mediation and accidentally stumb…
 
Bonus Episode! Season Three, Patreon Episode #1 In 1983, Rebecca and Vaughn Arceneaux of Kaplan, Louisiana, finally decided to separate after several years of remaining in a not-so-great marriage. Rebecca was given custody of their son, Beau, who was somewhere between 15 and 17 months old. The judge established a steady visitation schedule in which…
 
Get curious about these small but powerful plants as the lovely Natalie Paterson talks with us about the benefits of adding microgreens to your diet. As a food scientist and co-founder of ingarden microgreen growing system, Natalie shares our passion for making good nutrition doable and sustainable. In this episode we discuss some of her research o…
 
Season Three, Episode 7: A Kardashian, a Kidnapping, and Kicking Addiction Evan Jarschauer, the Kardashian Interventionist, makes it his job to reunite families who have been torn apart by substance abuse. Perhaps part of his motivation and talent for repairing families comes from his own childhood kidnapping, although his description certainly lef…
 
Season Three, Episode 6: Jaimie Beebe is the co-host of Strictly Stalking, along with Jake Deptula, a true-crime podcast that gives the survivors of stalking the opportunity for their story to be heard. I use the word survivors deliberately because labeling someone as a victim after they live through an awful ordeal just seems wrong. Jaimie is anno…
 
This is nothing more than a brief, adorable explanation for where I have been and what my children think I spend all my time doing...and they're not wrong. Tons of exciting guests to look forward to! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neuroticnourishment/support
 
Angie Bloom is such a brilliant force in this world! A mom, fitness enthusiast, health and wellness coach, educator and director at Beauty Counter, and a Human Design reader… she truly lives her purpose and empowers so many with her knowledge, passion, and powerful story. We had so much fun diving into all things - meditation, nourishment, her gymn…
 
It is normal to feel moderate hunger every three to four hours. But if you are feeling hungry more often than that or if you feel ravenous often, then this episode is for you! If you are having trouble feeling satisfied after a decent meal and end up eating more than you know you need, we have some helps for that too!…
 
Season Three, Episode 4: What Can You Live With? In this episode, I talk to Dr. Alan Winder, Psychologist and Certified Divorce and Family Mediator, about the state of relationships during the pandemic. How have things changed? Are there more people getting divorced? Are there more couples seeking therapy in light of quarantine and Corona anxiety? …
 
Why do we succumb to the pull of food? Is it all in our heads, or is food itself addictive? The answer to this matters because the approach to healing from an addiction will differ from the approach to healing from emotional eating & the associations that we have created in our minds. Ultimately, the goal is to develop a healthy relationship with f…
 
In this episode, Dr. Michelle Mahone, PhD, Mental Health and Clinical Psychologist, opens up about her profound transformation and awakening over the last year and a half. She shares about being brought to her knees in pain - physically, mentally, emotionally - as she and her husband battled infertility, health challenges, anger, and grief, and abo…
 
Today’s episode was made for you, the listener. You, personally, I mean. You see, my dear listeners, I know who you are and what you struggle with. I know that you constantly strive to make your outside prettier than your inside, because damn, although mental health is important – and you know this – but, you live in a time or a town or a world whe…
 
Why is eating breakfast so important? Statistically speaking, it is associated with being at a healthier weight and with overall better health. Skipping breakfast - and many "typical American breakfasts" - are associated with overeating later. All breakfasts are not created equal... Does your breakfast routine need some reinventing? We have some qu…
 
Season Three, Episode 2: What Would You Do To Save Your Child’s Life? In today’s episode, I struggle not to cry – because tears would do Jordan Ogman very little good. And my tears would probably be even less helpful to David Ogman, my current guest, new friend, and Jordan’s father. To understand this episode I think it helps if I explain how I con…
 
Season Three, Episode 1: Suicide, Silence, And What Comes Next In today’s episode I get to reconnect with R.R. Campbell, also known as Ryan Campbell. I can honestly say that this was one of my favorite conversations I have ever had while podcasting, and Ryan may very well be quickly becoming one of my favorite human beings. Our conversation starts …
 
As humans we often swing the pendulum from one extreme to another. If you don't like the results you are getting from a certain behavior you may naturally think doing the opposite is the way out. When it comes to food cravings you might think your only options are to resist or to give in. However, in this episode Alice explains why simply resisting…
 
You may have heard that it takes 20 minutes for your brain to register that you have had enough to eat, and it's true! How often do we take 20+ minutes for a meal though? Research shows that eating faster than this leads to eating more calories and feeling less satisfied, whereas eating more slowly leads to less calories consumed and an accompanyin…
 
This is the first of a three-part series that explores mindsets that cause us to overeat. The scarcity mindset is an underlying fear that you aren't going to have enough, and so you feel the need to take as much as you can now. It can show up in subtle or more obvious ways of eating. Uncover what is behind these gotta-have-it-now beliefs, and put y…
 
It can be so tempting to try the next new diet you hear about, especially the one your friend is on! They promise huge results in a short amount of time, who wouldn't want that? But the truth is, diets don't work. At least not in the long run. Studies show that there is a better way - a more fun way - to gently and effectively lose weight, and it a…
 
Valerie Ashley is a Grief Therapist and Trauma-informed Career Counselor, who applies knowledge to helping survivors create professional identity and discover their strengths. In this episode, Valerie shares about the interconnectedness between people’s personal history and emotional life, and talks about how she provides trauma-informed interventi…
 
It is commonly known that probiotics are helpful for good digestion and to combat diarrhea or yeast overgrowth while taking antibiotics. But probiotics, and a host of other beneficial microbes, can do so much more than that! The role they play in the gut improves your overall immune system, and their byproducts of digesting fiber communicate with b…
 
If you feel trapped in a cycle of overeating or unhealthy eating, you might think something is wrong with you. Or you might believe that you are incapable of losing weight. This type of thinking only reinforces emotional overeating. The answers to begin breaking this vicious cycle lie in understanding your brain. You have powerful tools – your brai…
 
Justin Shanes is a comedy writer living in Los Angeles. Having left his job as a corporate litigator in 2009, he began performing standup comedy and improv around New York before eventually getting hired to write for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Daytime Emmy for Word Girl, he ultimately began writing for the NBC sitcom Superstore, where he is curr…
 
Season Two, Episode 31: Darius Baxter, The Selfish GiverDarius Baxter, CEO of GOODProjects, has made a vow to get 500 families out of poverty by 2030, and he thinks he is selfish. Because he enjoys giving to people, he enjoys empowering the impoverished community of South West Washington, D.C., and he enjoys paving the way for children in the proje…
 
Ariel Elias, a Kentucky Jew turned NYC transplant, was not named after The Little Mermaid, FYI. And if you had any doubt, listen to the comedian kick ass in a Roast Battle -- no way some fish-girl could rip someone's soul out with a smile. A lot of people in the entertainment industry have taken on new jobs during the recession of the pandemic, but…
 
With so much focus on what we are trying to avoid with the COVID virus, it is easy to forget about what we can do proactively to beat it. In this episode, Matt and Alice discuss the other half of staying healthy - improving your immune system! Feel empowered to make significant changes to increase your chances of overcoming illness now and for what…
 
Learn some of the reasons your body needs constant nourishment from whole foods, and why you shouldn’t ignore whole food groups. Get motivated to eat fresher as we discuss the benefits such as sustained energy, a more stable mood, a strong immune system, and more!Alice & Matt
 
Season Two, Episode 31: Mean Girls Need Not Apply With Felicia Madison On March 16, 2020 Felicia Madison premiered her one-woman show, The Miserable Mrs. Madison. It seems like it would be a tough gig to make a pretty, privileged, well-educated, funny white woman appear likable and relatable -- and yet, Felicia does easily, while simultaneously exp…
 
Amy Veltman is the queen of re-inventing herself and has more talents than any one should be allotted in a lifetime. Amy was a screenwriter in Hollywood and sold a screenplay, Rock of Ages, that is really too good to not be made into a movie. I mean, if we start doing that making movies thing again any time soon. Amy left Hollywood for the corporat…
 
Challenges seem to enter our lives almost constantly. How we deal with them can make all the difference! Rather than mindlessly turning to food and overeating, purposefully engage in activities that rejuvenate and restore your focus! In this episode we explore specific ways you can respond to turn stress into healthy tension and move forward in a s…
 
What are your comfort foods and why do you turn to them? Learn the science behind the soothing effects and the potential downfalls of comfort foods. In this episode we discuss how to listen to your body to distinguish between what soothes and what makes you feel worse.Alice & Matt
 
Caitlyn Brodnick is the sweetest woman you will ever meet, from her adorable, pixie-like voice to her love for her son – she’s adorable and funny and brave and talented. In 2013, Caitlyn won an Emmy Award – yeah, a legit Emmy – for her Glamour docuseries Screw You Cancer, where she documents the experience of undergoing a voluntary double mastectom…
 
Jim Norton makes suicidal thoughts funny. And I respect the hell out of him for that. In a world where words seem to matter more than intentions, we all need to take a pause and consider the complexity of mental health. Comedians are clearly either thriving or drowning during this pandemic, and although Jim says he is “lucky” enough to be doing wel…
 
Season Two, Episode 27: What's The Lesson of 2020: Comedian Von Mychael discusses comedy during Covid, Karen and her 911 calls, and his own physical and mental growth during the pandemic. Von Mychael, Host of the What's The Lesson Podcast, has hustled his a$$ of to become a celebrated name in comedy. Von Mychael recently won second place at Amateur…
 
Joe Gerics is a comedian and founder of the Fairfield Comedy Club located in (you guessed it!) Fairfield, Connecticut. He has performed on Sirius XM and in the Connecticut Comedy Festival. While he is not performing or producing comedy, Joe resides in Trumbull, CT, with his wife and their two rescue dogs, where he serves on the Town Council. Joe is…
 
Season Two, Episode 25: Can We Crop Dust The World With Hallucinogenic Drugs? Today was a great day. I got to chat with one of my new favorite people to stalk, New York-based comedian, Mike Cannon. In March 2017 Mike made his stand-up comedy television debut on AXS Gotham Comedy Live with host and stand-up comedy icon/first time stand- up performer…
 
Season Two, Episode 24: Are You Smarter Than A Pandemic-Schooled Fifth Grader In this episode, I am joined by my two children, Hunter and Elexis. Together, their averaged age is 10 years, 7 months, and 18 days, so -- Hah! A pandemic-schooled fifth grader! Join my not-so-littles as we explore how the Coronapocalypse knowledge of a child compares to …
 
Season Two, Episode 23: In today's episode, I speak with Jennifer Vitanzo: award-winning songwriter, photojournalist, and wildlife advocate. She uses her experience living and working in the wild of the South African Bush to create a unique series of workshops that educate children about environmental and social causes. When she isn't performing, p…
 
Season Two, Episode 22: Happy Birthday To The Anti-Tiger King: Mike Bober, President & CEO of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Committee! Okay, TBH, Mike isn't the Anti-Tiger King because -- well, tigers aren't typical pets. Mike is a long-time friend, a constant source of World War II information, a willing editor when I was desperately-seeking hel…
 
Season Two, Episode 21: Hope Knows No ColorIn this week's episode I am joined by Nik Reese, a personal trainer and fitness fanatic who avoids fad diets and helps smart women make achieve long-lasting change. He is also a black man married to a white woman, and he was gracious enough to agree to talk to me about the current racial climate, the idea …
 
Season Two, Episode 20: In today's episode I get to hang with Gae Polisner, the widely acclaimed children/young adult author about the lack of pants we wear during the pandemic. We also discuss her book about 9/11, The Memory of Things, and how books like hers can help us to comfort our children during this pandemic. See, I know that this, too, sha…
 
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