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Sustainability

Going Zero Waste With Guest Heretic, Kathryn Kellogg

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Kathryn Kellogg is on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast talking about zero waste

Kathryn Kellogg is on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast talking about zero waste

How much trash do you generate in a year? Today's guest heretic, Kathryn Kellogg, will teach us a thing or two about the simple steps we can take to minimize the impact of our actions on soil and waterways. We'll compare long and short term costs of our decisions and take the romance out of minimalist living, while keeping the extra cash we save in our pockets.

Kathryn Kellogg, the founder of Going Zero Waste and forthcoming author of 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste, breaks eco-friendly, sustainable living down into an easy step -by-step process with lots of positivity and love! All of her trash for two years fits in a 16 oz mason jar, but don’t let that intimidate you. Her blog is full of small, actionable tips you can implement to make the world a little greener.

You can connect with Kathryn through her website, Going Zero Waste, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube.

Highlights from today's Zero Waste episode:

09:20 ~ Paper or Plastic?  It's more complicated than that.

15:26 ~ How to produce only 8oz of garbage a year; how it began.

18:54 ~ Government hindrance in going zero waste.

24:52 ~ The experiment in Tiny Home living.

34:21 ~ Financial benefits of zero-waste living.

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Going zero waste with Kathryn Kellogg on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast with Adrienne Hew

Going zero waste with Kathryn Kellogg on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast with Adrienne Hew

Raising chickens in the City: Justin Rhodes Part II

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Easy Backyard Chickens with Justin Rhodes on The Nutrition Heretic podcast This week we continue our interview with Justin Rhodes of Abundant Permaculture about raising chickens in the city.  He enlightens us on the procedures to take for sick birds, the mating habits of chickens and what his favorite breeds are and why. Plus our listeners get their most burning cock questions answered. All this and more....

If you missed last week's episode when Justin taught us everything we need to know about raising permaculture chickens, including how to enjoy every last bit of the chicken you just choked, you can listen to it right here.

You can follow Justin through his website, Abundant PermacultureFacebook, YouTubePinterest and Instagram.

Access Justin's free video series on raising chickens.

 Highlights from today's episode:

2:53 ~ Protecting your flock from predators such as dogs and mongoose.

5:00 ~ Breeding your birds and incest - gross!

14:34 ~ How long chicken litter should be composted before using in the garden.

19:20 ~ Justin's favorite dual purpose chickens.

26:35 ~ Special considerations for keeping chickens in freezing winter climates.

31:09 ~ Learn about Justin's Permaculture Chickens Film.

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Paranoia in the food supply…. Can we eat fish? Where does the mercury come from ? What does research say? Guest Heretic Randy Hartnell of Vital Choice sets the record straight

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Randy Hartnell, are fish safe to eat, Nutrition Heretic Podcast

Randy Hartnell, are fish safe to eat, Nutrition Heretic Podcast

Adrienne begins this episode with an update on her session of New Decision Therapy with Christina Heike.  She was able to uncover her death wish and understand why she had been making some poor choices recently.  She's now feeling great having gone from being overwhelmed to overjoyed!

Paranoia in the food supply…. Can we eat fish? Is there a particular fish we should or should not be eating?

Where does the mercury in fish come from?  It's always been around, how does it enter the food supply?  How can you avoid it?

There's so much information out there, with over 30,000 studies on Omega 3 alone, how do you know what you should believe, especially with current propaganda?

Guest Heretic Randy Hartnell has been in the wild salmon business for over 20 years and is the President of the company he started with his wife, Carla, in 2001, Vital Choice Wild Seafood & Organics, an online company with the mission of providing consumers with high quality sustainable seafood, while educating them about the impact of their food choices on their health, the environment, and the wild salmon resource.

Adrienne's been a long-time fan of Randy and his salmon (did she really call Randy tasty on air?).  You can read her review of Vital Choice Frozen Salmon if you want to know more.

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To learn more about the topics discussed in this episode, you don't need to swim upstream to find the information, just click on Randy's links: Vital Choice Wild Seafood and Organics, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.  And don't forget to sign up for Randy's newsletter to keep up to date on discounts and recipes.

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How to Get Local In Your Neighborhood; Fast Changes in Food; Guest Heretic Graham Ellis Talks about His USDA Sustainability Grant

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How to Get Local In Your Neighborhood; Fast Changes in Food; Guest Heretic Graham Ellis Talks about His USDA Sustainability GrantHas society lost sight of sustainable living in the name of progress? Jamaicans lose sight of coconuts growing above their heads as diseases of modernization take hold of their population. At the same time, Americans vilify every real food leaving them completely at the mercy of food producers while we watch heart disease, cancer and new diseases skyrocket. Is there a way to re-capture our dietary choices of yesteryear? Guest heretic, Graham Ellis of Pono Solutions Consulting, and president of the Hawaii Sustainable Community Alliance describes how his childhood growing up in England not all that long ago is so different from the world we live in today.  His family did quite well eating fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and milk that were not only local, but delivered right to their door on a regular basis. Boy, how things have changed!

The commoditization of food has not only devastated our topsoil, but has raped local economies and deprived people of vibrant health. What can be done to move back to a sustainable society?  Is it possible?  What can you take to move towards this goal?

Listen in as Graham tells us what we can do to recapture our dietary traditions and have a bountiful supply of delicious foods should the supply lines go down.  You'll also learn about his USDA issued grant to help develop sustainability here in Hawaii.

Sustainability is something that will impact us all for the better.  Let's do our part to learn more about how we can do it locally, starting at home:

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.