Category: healthyish / interview

diet-eat.net – Nouri Mama Is Making Postpartum Nutrition More Delicious and Diverse

In Person of Interest, we talk to the people catching our eye right now about what they’re doing, eating, reading, and loving. Next up is Jennifer Jolorte Doro, clinical nutritionist, postpartum chef, and cofounder and culinary director at Nouri Mama, a meal delivery company geared toward each stage of motherhood. When Jennifer Jolorte Doro was

diet-eat.net – This Book Is Making Life With Endometriosis a Whole Lot Better

In Person of Interest, we talk to the people catching our eye right now about what they’re doing, eating, reading, and loving. Next up is Jessica Murnane, author of One Part Plant: A Simple Guide to Eating Real, One Meal at a Time (2017) and Know Your Endo: An Empowering Guide to Health and Hope

diet-eat.net – 7 Wellness Tips for Your Spring Routine, According to Traditional Chinese Medicine

“Treat an illness first with food—only if this fails should medicines be prescribed,” famously advised Sun Simiao, the prolific 7th-century Chinese physician and writer. Centuries later, this tenet remains central to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practiced today, which is all about creating harmony within the body. We’re all made up of yin (cool) and yang

diet-eat.net – For Ceramist Stephanie Shih, There’s No Such Thing as Art Without Activism

In Person of Interest, we talk to the people catching our eye right now about what they’re doing, eating, reading, and loving. Next up is Stephanie Shih, a Brooklyn-based ceramist who explores Asian American identity through clay interpretations of grocery items. As my workday draws to a close, Stephanie Shih’s is just beginning. While we

diet-eat.net – Alexis Nikole Is Making #ForagerTikTok Our Favorite Place to Be

In Person of Interest, we talk to the people catching our eye right now about what they’re doing, eating, reading, and loving. Next up is Alexis Nikole, a TikTok forager teaching her audience how to make the most of free and abundant plants. Alexis Nikole considers her TikTok fame a fortuitous accident. She knew nothing

diet-eat.net – In Spicebox Kitchen, This Doctor-Turned-Chef Finds Medical Wisdom in Her Spice Cabinet

Patients visiting physician Linda Shiue’s exam room are just as likely to leave with a recipe for kale chips or frozen banana ‘nice cream’ as they are a prescription. For more than a decade, the practicing internist, culinary medicine teacher, travel blogger, and San Francisco Cooking School–trained chef has been bridging the gap between food

diet-eat.net – We Asked a Doctor All Our COVID-19 Vaccine Questions

Correct. One of the things I’ve heard people express concern about is that somehow the cells might incorporate this mRNA genetic material, and that it’ll remain there permanently. What’s really important to know is that the messenger RNA that is injected disintegrates. It does not become part of your genes; it’s transient. We have been

diet-eat.net – This Self Care Founder Wants You to Stop Doomscrolling and Start Drawing Cards

In Person of Interest, we talk to the people catching our eye right now about what they’re doing, eating, reading, and loving. Next up is Taylor Elyse Morrison, founder of self-care start-up Inner Workout.   Taylor Elyse Morrison knows what it’s like when wellness starts feeling like another item on the to-do list. Her philosophy?

diet-eat.net – This Twitter Tarot Reader Finds Mental Health Wisdom in her Tarot Cards

In Person of Interest, we talk to the people catching our eye right now about what they’re doing, eating, reading, and loving. Next up is Jessica Dore, a tarot card reader and social worker currently writing a book reflecting on tarot through the lens of behavioral science and psychology. Jessica Dore doesn’t have the answers.

diet-eat.net – Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner Zoe Gong Is Sharing Generational Knowledge Via Instagram

Absolutely. China has so much to offer—I didn’t even fully appreciate that as a Chinese person until I started studying, and now the more I study, the more I’m just fascinated. Like, 80 percent of trendy superfoods have roots in Chinese culture. China invented everything! Kombucha: Everybody drinks it, and it was invented in China!

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