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Jan. 31, 2023

Episode 97: Making Sustainable Choices For Your Closet with Alden Wic…

Today we are diving into the very important topic of sustainability in the fashion industry. There are all sorts of statistics thrown around about sustainable fashion, many of which aren’t actually true. Bad information can be shared in greenwashing...

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Jan. 24, 2023

Episode 96: Creating the World’s Most Sustainable Dyes with Michelle …

Nearly everyone owns at least one pair of jeans, if not multiple. There is so much to love about denim: its range of shades, faded appearance, it’s versatility. We all love denim so much that it’s estimated that billions of …

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Jan. 17, 2023

Episode 95: Diving Deeper into Clean Beauty with Mia Davis of Credo B…

If you listen to the podcast regularly or follow me on social media, you know that ingredient safety and transparency in the beauty industry is something I am particularly passionate about. And, while I have an immense amount of knowledge …

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Jan. 17, 2023

Episode 95: Diving Deeper into Clean Beauty with Mia Davis of Credo B…

If you listen to the podcast regularly or follow me on social media, you know that ingredient safety and transparency in the beauty industry is something I am particularly passionate about. And, while I have an immense amount of knowledge …

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Jan. 10, 2023

Episode 94: Regenerative Agriculture with David Leon of Farmer’s Foot…

I will admit that I used to think the people standing outside Trader Joe's asking me to sign a petition against glyphosate and Monsanto were crazy. I didn’t really know anything about Monsanto or about Glyphosate or anything about farming, …

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Jan. 3, 2023

Episode 93: Balance is Bullshit with Alicia McKenzie

We, and I am going to speak directly to women right now, do, on average, more household work and more of the child related work than men; and in many cases, while also trying to maintain full-time professional careers. So, …

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Dec. 27, 2022

Episode 92: The Lost and Found Wellness Podcast with Regan Nelson

Our guest today is my friend Regan Nelson, host of the This or Something Better podcast. Her podcast is dedicated to the stories of innovators and positive change-makers committed to making the world better. Regan is also a consultant for...

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Dec. 20, 2022

Episode 91: Tending the Earth with Tim & Kerry Francis of Dharma’s Ga…

Every 30 seconds a football field's worth of natural area disappears. Open spaces serve so many important functions within our communities; they help improve air quality, reduce urban temperations, give people a place to enjoy an active lifestyle and...

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Dec. 20, 2022

Episode 91: Tending the Earth with Tim & Kerry Francis of Dharma’s Ga…

Every 30 seconds a football field's worth of natural area disappears. Open spaces serve so many important functions within our communities; they help improve air quality, reduce urban temperations, give people a place to enjoy an active lifestyle and...

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Dec. 13, 2022

Episode 90: Building More Confident Competitors and Parents with Brea…

I am going to put it out there in all my shame and embarrassment, but there have been multiple occasions in the past few years where I have said something to my daughter after a game or race and then …

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Dec. 6, 2022

Episode 89: Saving The Planet with Paul Lightfoot of Patagonia Provis…

There is only one brand whose mission is to save the planet, and that is Patagonia. Just recently, the founder, Yvon Chouinard, transferred his family’s ownership of the company, valued at $3 billion, to a specifically designed trust and non-profit...

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Nov. 29, 2022

Episode 88: Environmental Toxins and Declining Sperm Count with Dr. S…

Fertility has dropped more than 50% over the past 50 years worldwide and while some might think it’s an evolution problem, that’s not the case. The reality is that chemicals in our environment and unhealthy lifestyle practices are disrupting our...

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Nov. 22, 2022

Episode 87: Making Clothes a Force For Good with Lu Barnes & Scott We…

Our consumption of clothing has risen by 400% in the last two decades. The textile industry produces 10% of global greenhouse emissions. Aproxxinately 85% of clothing ends up in a landfill, and the average U.S. shopper doesn’t wear 50%...

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Nov. 15, 2022

Episode 86: Elevating Women Led Business with Cassie Abel

Women are 50.8% of the population and 52% of the professional level workforce. Yet, in the world, Women account for only 25% of senior-level officials and managers, only 20% of board seats and only 6% of CEOs. With a lot …

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Nov. 8, 2022

Episode 85: Connecting to a Cleaner, Cooler Future with Nina Tooley

Many people find it hard to talk about climate change. They find it overwhelming, frightening, or even uncomfortable. While we may not realize it, simply talking about climate change can be an important step toward addressing the problem. I hope …

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Nov. 1, 2022

Episode 84: Building a Healthy Home with Andrew Pace

When we hear the word environment, we often think of the natural resources around us; water, soil, and air. After today’s episode you might agree that the most important part of our environment is not the outdoors but indoors in …

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Oct. 25, 2022

Episode 83: Dr. Lora Shahine Environmental Toxins and Your Reproducti…

One of the topics we discuss regularly here on the podcast is the impact of environmental toxins on our health, and today we’re digging specifically into their impact on reproductive health. My guest is Dr. Lora Shahine. She is a...

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Oct. 18, 2022

Episode 82: My Green Mattress with Tim Masters

We spend approximately 30% of our life sleeping on a mattress, yet have you ever thought about what your mattress is made of and how that might also be impacting your health. When Tim Masters' infant daughter was suffering from …

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Oct. 11, 2022

Episode 81: The First Phone Conundrum With Dr. Catherine Pearlman

What is the right age to give a child a smartphone? This is a question parents of previous generations have never had to grapple with but here we are… navigating what can be for some parents, me included, a very …

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Oct. 4, 2022

Episode 80: Supporting Women in Sports with Jenny Nguyen of Sports Br…

A study conducted in 2019 found that coverage of women athletes on televised news and highlight shows accounts for only 5.4% of all airtime. And that number has risen only .4% since 1989. Today’s guest, Jenny Nguyen saw an opportunity …

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Sept. 27, 2022

Episode 79: A Certified Clean First Layer with Ali Schwebel of Vibran…

I know that many of you are thinking about how the personal care products you put on your body can impact your health, but have you ever thought about your clothes in the same way? Just like in personal care …

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Sept. 20, 2022

Episode 78: Women are Not Small Men with Dr. Stacy Sims

Women are not small and men yet for decades research findings on nutrition and exercise on men have been applied to women with no regard for our unique physiology. Our hormones, metabolism and our genetics are different, and there are …

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Sept. 13, 2022

Episode 77: Bringing Transparency to the Supplement Industry with Lin…

We deserve to know what we put in our bodies, be it in the food we eat or the supplements we take. Unfortunately, like with food and beauty products, not all supplements are created equal. The quality and brand of …

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May 17, 2022

Ep 76: Fiber Fueled with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz

When I started this podcast, I had a wishlist of guests, and today’s guest was in my top 3! I am beyond thrilled to share this conversation with the amazing Dr. Will Bulsiewicz. Dr. B is a leading authority on …

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