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Bone Broth

Guest Heretic Jenn Scribner, GAPS Practitioner and owner of Body Wisdom Nutrition

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Jenn Scribner on the Nutrition Heretic podcast Despite offering a wide array of delicious foods to eat, many people find the GAPS Nutritional Protocol extremely challenging. I’m one of them. After going through the training and protocol herself, Jenn Scribner and a fellow GAPS practitioner teamed up to offer group GAPS coaching to help people stay on the diet with a low pressure approach. Listen in to find out how Jenn stuck to the protocol and how failing isn’t as easy as you might think.

Jennifer Scribner is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Restorative Wellness Practitioner, and Certified GAPS™ Practitioner. Her specialty is helping people learn and follow the GAPS Diet to address autism and complex digestive and autoimmune conditions.   She is one of the first Certified GAPS™ Practitioners trained by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride in September 2011.  Her other passions include her family, Hello Kitty, and plotting how she can move to Hawaii.

If you’re new to the GAPS Diet, grab a copy of her simple explanation in the FREE e-book, The GAPS Diet in a Nutshell, on her website, Body Wisdom Nutrition.  You can also find Jenn on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Highlights from today's episode on the GAPS Diet:

  • 03:56 ~ How is your program different than following the book?
  • 05:59 ~ Why did Adrienne find this diet so difficult?
  • 16:16 ~ How do you keep the diet interesting — especially in the beginning stages?
  • 22:25 ~ What was your journey to coaching people with the GAPS protocol?
  • 32:21 ~ Why is it OK to have fruit and even honey on this diet?
  • 60:50 ~ How can people keep from feeling imprisoned by their diet?
  • 41:56 ~ What is the most common way that most people fail?
  • 53:17 ~ How exercise fits into the GAPS diet.

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Heather Dane; Affirmations and Intuition

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Heather Dane on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast with her book, Bone Broth Secret Last week, we spoke with Heather Dane, co-author of The Bone Broth Secret, about how bone broth solves many health issues as well as addressing problems of food waste and poverty in our country.

This week, we continue discussing the controversies over adding apple cider vinegar to broth, as well as discussing how her co-author, Louise Hay, intuits affirmations for healing disease. And how to pick the best item on a menu.

Health Coach and 21st century medicine woman, Heather Dane combines ancient wisdom from her Native American lineage with holistic health and nutrition training to offer the most cutting edge prescriptive remedies for your health. She has co-authored two books with Louise Hay: Loving Yourself to Great Health and The Bone Broth Secret: A Culinary Adventure in Health, Beauty and Longevity.The Bone Broth Secret with Heather Dane on The Nutrition Heretic Podcast

Heather is a regular contributor to Mind Body Green, Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation Journal, HealYourLife.com; and she has a Hay House Radio show that airs on Mondays. Learn more about Heather at Heather DaneFacebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Highlights from today’s episode:

02:18 ~ What exactly does apple cider vinegar do?

08:10 ~ Using intuition over science.

15:07 ~ How Louise's life experiences formed her intuition.

21:07 ~ Respecting all life forms.

26:30 ~ Learning to trust yourself.

33:05 ~ The process for always choosing the best thing on the menu in restaurants.

44:01 ~ How Louise knows which affirmations will be effective for specific conditions.

46:48 ~ Why affirmations are only one piece of the health puzzle.

53:12 ~ Creative ways to get bone broth in the diet.

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Guest Heretic Heather Dane, Co-author Of The Bone Broth Secret

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Heather Dane on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast with her book, Bone Broth Secret What was out 20 years ago is back with a vengeance and bone broth is leading the way. Even if you’ve never listened to this show before, you probably know that bone broth has been trending in health circles. I’ve been a huge fan of the stuff for decades and so have Heather Dane and Louise Hay, co-authors of the Bone Broth Secret.

Listen in on today’s episode of the podcast as Heather shares the many benefits of broth, the controversies and the many ways you can incorporate it into your diet.

Listen to the second half of this interview were we continue talking with Heather about her 92 year old co-author Louise Hay of Hay House Publishing and her journey from vegetarianism to embracing the miracles of bone broth and how Louise always chooses the right dish in a restaurant.The Bone Broth Secret with Heather Dane on The Nutrition Heretic Podcast

Health Coach and 21st century medicine woman, Heather Dane combines ancient wisdom from her Native American lineage with holistic health and nutrition training to offer the most cutting edge prescriptive remedies for your health. She has co-authored two books with Louise Hay: Loving Yourself to Great Health and The Bone Broth Secret: A Culinary Adventure in Health, Beauty and Longevity.

Heather is a regular contributor to Mind Body Green, Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation Journal, HealYourLife.com; and she has a Hay House Radio show that airs on Mondays. Learn more about Heather at Heather Dane, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Highlights from today's episode:

8:02 ~ Explain collagen — what is it? What does it have to do with bone broth?

11:08 ~ No waste plus many benefits.

22:03 ~ How did you discover the benefits of bone broth?

37:03 ~ The home cook is the medicine person of the family.

39:08 ~ The similarities between  mother's breast milk and bone broth

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Carbohydrates And Why You Need Them on the Weekly Q&A

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Your Questions Answered About Carbohydrates on the Nutrition Heretic Q&AWill you be seeing 50 Shades of Whey be making an appearance?  Not very likely, but Adrienne shares what's been going on with her book, 50 Ways To Eat Cock: Healthy Chicken Recipes With Balls!  Modern Wheat is different than it was 100 years ago, and more people are reacting to it; but what are the consequences of cutting out gluten when you don't need to?  Do people replace gluten with alternative carbohydrates?   Why are some people so afraid of carbs? What happens when you eat too much fibre? As an added bonus, find out what Adrienne adds to her homemade sauerkrout to make it the best ever! These questions and more are answered on this week's Q&A with The Nutrition Heretic.

Your Questions Answered about Carbohydrates:

  • How is modern wheat different than that of our ancestors?
  • Why do we need carbohydrates?
  • Do we needs as many carbs as we eat in the US?
  • Are carbs a good source of energy?

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What is the Weekly Q&A?

Each week between podcast seasons Adrienne hosts a FB Live event to answer your questions.

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How To Have Your Questions Answered

Email us at stjllc.cs@gmail.com with your questions or suggestions for upcoming Q&A events.  Be sure to use Weekly Q&A in the subject line.

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Don't Fear Fats! Why You Need Them on This Week's Q&A

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Don't Fear Fats! Why You Need Them on This Week's Q&A with The Nutrition HereticLard. Butter. Goose fat. Why is there such a fear of fats, and why isn't it warranted?  Why are more people turning back to traditional animal fats and turning away from the trendy vegetable oils? This week Adrienne and Nikola explore the ins and outs of fats and oils.  Why they're needed for health, as well as how best to use them.  What is the best fat to use when high-heat frying?  These questions and more, answered on this week's Q & A.

Your Questions Answered about Fats:

  • Is there a fear of fat in Croatia?
  • Are there any good oils that don't have blood money? asked by Angela
  • What are health benefits of mac nut oil?

Links for this episode:

What is the Weekly Q&A?

Each week between podcast seasons Adrienne hosts a FB Live event to answer your questions.

Can't make it live? Sign up for email alerts and get reminders direct to your inbox when episodes are posted on our website and YouTube channel.  And follow us on iTunes and Stitcher to listen on-the-go.  While you’re there, be sure to leave a rating and review!

How To Have Your Questions Answered

Email us at stjllc.cs@gmail.com with your questions or suggestions for upcoming Q&A events.  Be sure to use Weekly Q&A in the subject line.  

Thanks for listening! Please share this episode to help spread the word. You can also subscribe to get updates about new episodes and get a copy of The Nutrition Heretic's S#IT List: 7 Health Food To Avoid Like The Plague in your inbox by clicking here.

Staying Healthy During Cold And Flu Season: Weekly Q&A

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Your Questions answered!Colds And FluHow are you coping this cold and flu season?  Have you been dragged down, or are you fighting fit?  Adrienne's daughter has had a touch of a cold and Adrienne shares what she's done to relieve the symptoms and prevent it from gaining a foothold. Nikola shares his tricks to feeling fine in freezing weather; and how he tries to disguise his secret ingredient so that his children will eat it.

What works for you?  How do you prevent or treat illness during the winter?  Share your tips with us in the comments!

Links for this episode:

What is the Weekly Q&A?

Each week between podcast seasons Adrienne hosts a FB Live event to answer your questions.

Can't make it live? Sign up for email alerts and get reminders direct to your inbox when episodes are posted on our website and YouTube channel.  And follow us on iTunes and Stitcher to listen on-the-go.  While you’re there, be sure to leave a rating and review!

How To Have Your Questions Answered

Email us at stjllc.cs@gmail.com with your questions or suggestions for upcoming Q&A events.  Be sure to use Weekly Q&A in the subject line. 

Thanks for listening! Please share this episode to help spread the word. You can also subscribe to get updates about new episodes and get a copy of The Nutrition Heretic's S#IT List: 7 Health Food To Avoid Like The Plague in your inbox by clicking here.

It's a New Year and it's time to try something new and branch out!  The Nutrition Heretic podcast team is working hard behind the scenes to bring you even more awesome guests in the year ahead, as well as a few surprises!