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Ruted in Nourishment

Rachel Quinlan

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Ruted in Nourishment, is a podcast that will guide listeners on a journey in exploring what brings them nourishment through storytelling. The purpose of the show is to share stories that will offer nourishment guidance for our body, mind, and spirit as well as explore how we can better nourish our communities and the earth.
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Core Nourishment With Annie Wagoner

Core Nourishment With Annie Wagoner

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What nourishes your core and soul? Host Annie Wagoner, certified holistic health coach and yoga teacher, flows into conversation and interviews with powerful, compelling people. This podcast is designed to empower, inspire, ignite presence, purpose, and intention in your day.
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In this Podcast we Explore the Ways we define and what we consider Food and Nourishment in this New 2020 Decade.Health and Fitness is on a Rise as well as the increased interest in eating to increase longevity and combat disease.Join Holistic Nutritionist and PlantBased Professional Dancer Kayla Kaylinda Each Week for a New Episode!
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Radical Nourishment

Food Culture Collective

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Radical Nourishment is a deep dive into the stories of foodshed communities around the U.S. They're growing in strength and power as they reclaim sovereignty and self-determination in ways big and small. Co-created by Food Culture Collective and HEAL Food Alliance, two organizations leading food sovereignty and land justice work in the U.S., the podcast activates liberatory narratives that ground us in an irresistible future.
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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!
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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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Episode 65: Jen Mons I was so thrilled to land in presence with Jen Mons and to hold space for her to share her brilliant energy, heart, and deep wisdom on the show. Not only is shean Author, Speaker, International Retreat Facilitator, and Mentor for Female Wellness Leaders and Coaches all around the world, Jen is also one of the most real, nurturi…
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If you've been trying intuitive eating and you feel like it is not working to bring you the peace and health you are looking for, I am going to tell you why right now... The practice and principles of intuitive eating are IDEALISTIC. They are the end goal. But the end goal is not always the means to that end. Yes it sounds IDEAL to trust your hunge…
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What happens to the foods that we don’t eat? Composting is a vital part of our food cycles, but it's so much more than recycling our food scraps. This episode takes us on a journey through New York City to explore how this age-old practice is thriving in even the densest of urban spaces, while uncovering how composting can hold the key to food sove…
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In the imaginations of some folks, movements towards food sovereignty live primarily in idyllic community gardens, small-scale organic farms, local farmers’ markets, and farm-to-table restaurants. But the work of sovereignty lives within spaces of deeper complexity – spaces woven together by the seeds of joys, suffering, commitments, creativity, an…
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Dr. Joe Esposito is a high intention, lifestyle-focused chiropractor, certified clinical nutritionist, and founder, CEO of three incredible health and wellness movements in the world: AlignLife, Aceva, and LifePlus MD. In this episode, Joe shares about two pivotal experiences he had years ago that woke him up and catapulted him into channeling his …
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Dr. Kristina Carman is a Naturopathic Doctor, Nutritional Therapist, and Functional Medicine Practitioner specializing in hormone health, digestive health, weight management, and the therapeutic use of food as medicine. Through nutritional interventions, functional medicine, supplements, herbs, movement therapy, and lifestyle changes, Kristina supp…
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Irene Sirois is such a magnificent force of goodness in this world with her big heart, creativity, and healing gifts. Not only does she pour her love and messages into metal as a jewelry designer in Portsmouth, NH, Irene is also an energy healer, Reiki Master, and Biofield Tuning Practitioner. And I am deeply grateful to have had the opportunity to…
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Meegan Sciretto is a guide, healer, “a green witch,” to use her words, and she is truly one of the most authentic, beautiful, compassionate humans I know. It was such a gift to be in her healing space with the radiant sun pouring through the windows and to dive into conversation with Meegan. In this episode, she shares about her lyme diagnosis back…
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Wow! Episode 60 is here and I am so thrilled that it is with Lisa Berman! I always love diving into conversation with Lisa and find we could talk for days.Sheis a brilliant, courageous, wonderful soul and life coach, who is deeply passionate about guiding others in their journey to joy. In this episode, Lisa shares about a recent health challenge, …
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This episode not only marks the beginning of a new season for my podcast, it is also the most special interview I’ve had the opportunity to do so far. Jack Wagoner is truly a magnificent, courageous human and one of my greatest teachers in this lifetime. And yes… I have the privilege of calling him my son. Jack is currently living and studying abro…
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For the folks behind BK Rot, showing love to their community looks a lot like piles of old orange peels, used coffee grounds, and last week's leftovers — in other words, it looks like compost. BK Rot is New York City's first bike-powered composting and hauling service, run almost entirely by youth of color. It was created in response to the city's …
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The air has grown cooler, and the leaves are falling from the trees. We are in the thick of fall, which also means the thick of transformation. I’ve always heard that grief is something you grow through, so I sat with the soil and mirrored the earth's cycles. I sat with the trees, the falling leaves, and the wind to help me remember. That endings a…
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The artists, musicians, and water protectors of South Seattle challenge flawed concepts of environmentalism by showing us that water is not a resource; but a sacred force that is inseparable from what it means to be a human being. Protecting our rivers and upholding water sovereignty is always a cultural and relational act - one that is a co-creati…
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Recovering from top surgery is a chance to heal more than just your body. In this episode, Nino McQuown and friends DREAM Emmanuel, Leah Drew, and Ty Wilkerson talk about how food fit into their processes of recovery, and how sometimes moments of self-sovereignty arrive through openness to receiving care. --- Learn more about Food Culture Collectiv…
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In the Near East neighborhoods of Columbus, Ohio, generations of Black community leaders have worked together to nurture a center of Black life in Ohio. In this episode, we follow Julialynn Walker as she takes us through the Bronzeville Urban Growers community gardens, markets, and food programs and shares the history of the Near East, and the pres…
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Indigofera is at the root of a fruitful friendship between three land stewards and natural dyers in the DMV area. Sun English Jr., Kenya Miles, and Rosa Chang walk us through the spiritual, medicinal, and historical elements of indigo dyeing. In this episode, we discuss how caring for this plant helps us connect to our ancestors and the soil throug…
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"I want to lose weight because I am just so uncomfortable in my body." Raise your hand if you've said these words! What if I told you that there was a way to learn how to be comfortable in the body that you are in right now? And what if I told you that your resistance to learning this comfort is not protecting your health like you think it is? I kn…
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Radical Nourishment is a deep dive into the stories of foodshed communities around the U.S. growing in strength and power as they reclaim sovereignty and self-determination in ways big and small. Co-created by Food Culture Collective and HEAL Food Alliance, two organizations leading food sovereignty and land justice work in the U.S., the podcast ac…
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If you don’t eat a 700 calorie cheeseburger because you think it’s unhealthy but then proceed to eat a bunch of “healthy” stuff devoid of the essential proteins, fats, and nutrients that your body was craving in the cheeseburger, bringing your total calorie intake to 1,200….why do you keep doing that? So many times people will express to me that th…
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Elizabeth Callahan, or Beth, as I know her, is a freakin’ badass, fabulous, courageous, honest, funny, amazing human. It was such a joy having the opportunity to sit outside in the sunshine with her and to dive into conversation all about her Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs), hiking, mountain adventures, conquering fears, and playfulness. Beth sha…
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Liz Berry is an avid hiker, yogi, amateur snowboarder, Certified Sports Nutrition and Fitness Coach. This fabulous and inspiring human is passionate about helping outdoor lovers and athletes prep for their adventures outside and in life so that they can feel confident and strong, and crush their goals. In this episode, Liz shares about her love of …
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Relationships that are characterized by control and manipulation stem from a lack of trust. When we are in a relationship with someone we don't trust, we tend to deploy our controlling side. This might look like creating rules to follow, invading the other person's privacy by going through their things, and picking fights. What does your relationsh…
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Season Three, Episode 16: Against All Odds, Jay Shifman Is Still AliveBy the age of twenty-three, Jay Shifman had a life-threatening opioid addiction, twice been hospitalized for an overdose, twice attempted suicide, and spent a significant amount of time in an inpatient hospital and a rehab facility.Clearly that rehab facility didn't do the trick.…
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Sylvie Oliveira is a Certified Functional Medicine Health Coach, Intuitive Channel, Transformational Guide, and DNA Sound Activator. Her “medicine basket,” as she states (and I love), incorporates the understanding of food, meditation, quantum energy, universality, and spirituality to assist individuals in crossing the ocean of suffering to liberat…
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Sarah LaCourse is a certified personal trainer and sports nutritionist who offers strength training and nutrition coaching for endurance and adventure loving humans as well as those dealing with chronic illness, pain, and body image challenges. In this episode, Sarah shares about transitions, moving North, her love of the outdoors and hiking, doing…
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What an absolute joy it was to interview Dr. Kim Daniels! She is an Emotional Eating Coach with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology who uses Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Intuitive Eating approaches to help women who struggle with emotional eating, binge eating, and negative body image. She is also producer and host of The Emotional Eating (and …
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I know you think that stepping on the scale is giving you control over your body and your food intake. But what if I told you that stepping on the scale is the very thing that is making you out of control? It goes a little something like this: 1 - You step on the scale 2 - If the number is higher than desired, you eat less. If the number is lower t…
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Alyssa Brigandi is a mom, wife, incredible friend to many, certified health and wellness coach, and postpartum doula at The Seacoast Doula. In this episode, Alyssa begins by talking about how much joy she feels when she witnesses other women discover greater confidence, use their voice, and step into their purpose more fully. She views her work as …
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Part 2 with Tammy Sollenberger is live! If you didn’t already have a chance to listen to Part 1, head on over to episode 51 and give a listen. In review, Tammy is a transformational therapist, Internal Family Systems (IFS) expert, author, and producer and host of The One Inside Podcast. In this episode, we dive deeper and Tammy opens up all about b…
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Tammy Sollenberger is a transformational therapist, Internal Family Systems (IFS) expert, author, and producer and host of The One Inside Podcast. In this episode, Tammy shares about IFS - the “Self” and the parts, learning to befriend our inner critic, sitting with shame, “unblending,” the power of journaling, and opens up about the process of wri…
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