Category: healthyish / interview

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!

diet-eat.net – Plant Kween Is Here to Help Our Houseplants Thrive

This article is part of Healthyish at Home, a collection of tips, recipes, and stories about making our living spaces (still) feel great.  If you’re not already following Christopher Griffin, a.k.a. @plantkween, on Instagram, know this: The possibility of making your life at least 10 percent more joyous is only a screen tap away. Since

diet-eat.net – Vanessa Rissetto: “There’s a Nutrition Divide in This Country. So I Became a Dietician.”

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 registered dietitian Vanessa Rissetto, the acting director of NYU’s Dietetic Internship Program and co-founder of Culina Health. The nutrition world is divided. But the word “divide” doesn’t even present it

diet-eat.net – 7 Anxiety Tips to Ease the Stress of Election Season

Below, members of Fit for Us share specific practices they’re using to navigate this election with wellness in mind. Introduce them into your own life, now and beyond the election. Courtesy of Mary Pryor Try a CBD tincture. “People are just confounded by everything, from what’s happening in federal courts to voter suppression to these

diet-eat.net – ‘The Korean Vegan’ Makes Cooking TikToks That Get Real, Quick

I first encountered Joanne Molinaro on TikTok, where her voice cut through the cacophony of Doja Cat and Yung Skrrt samples, serenely sharing improbably intimate narratives in 60 seconds or less. Her account, @TheKoreanVegan, an extension of her four-year-old blog of the same name, has an immediately recognizable style. Food prep videos— frying vegetables for

diet-eat.net – On My Block’s Jason Genao On Searching for Adobo and Loving Julia Child

In Here We Are, artist Martine Thompson explores what it means to care for oneself in a world that doesn’t make it so easy. Up next, a conversation with actor and cooking enthusiast Jason Genao. Jason Genao is the kind of person you’d be happy to slip into random conversation with at a party. Our

diet-eat.net – 5 Feng Shui Tips for Home

If you’re not quite sure where to start, Chow has a few general pointers: yellow (earth) can aid digestion and, being associated with gold, it’s great to have in the kitchen or at your dining table to signify abundance. Living rooms in soothing tones like beige (also earth) and brown (wood) can help create a

diet-eat.net – Herbs for Wildfire Smoke Exposure

Each fall, Oakland-based herbal pharmacy Five Flavor Herbs stocks up on mullein, marshmallow root, and wild cherry bark. These herbs are tools to protect against fire season, an annual necessity since nearby Santa Rosa was devastated by a series of wildfires in 2017. In 2020, over 3.5 million acres have burned in California alone—and brush

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