The Holistic Health Podcast

If a professional, polished, well-edited podcast is what you’re after then move along. If however you love unfiltered banter, unedited bloopers and authentic heart sharing then you are in the right place. Each week Nat & Amie will bring you accessible, practical and insightful information on how to upgrade your health, self and environment to truly thrive. Between Amie and Nat there's decades worth of experience in areas such as hormones, thyroid, mold, building biology, gut, natural skin care, and You'll feel like you're having a cuppa' with your gal pals, having some fun and learning a tonne!
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Sep 1, 2020

Our guest:

Jin is an osteopath & psychosomatic therapist based in Wanaka New Zealand. She is the founder of the MetaMed clinics in Wanaka and Queenstown- holistic and integrative osteopathy and chiropractic clinics.

Jin is obsessed with the mind-body connection and how your physical body is a manifestation of your emotional state. She believes that many people can return to or remain in a state of health, wellness and fulfillment when they learn to become more aware and listen to their bodies.

She also hosts The Art Of Listening To Your Body Podcasts. She loves to dig deep, speak about the unspoken , and help people process unresolved emotions that hold them back from living the life they truly want. Jin works with people with complex physical and emotional conditions in a 1:1 online setting as well as runs an online group training program for practitioners called Emotional Body Training- to help empower more practitioners with the knowledge of how to read the body and understand where emotions get stuck in the body, how to trigger emotional release, as well as learning to hold space for clients when the release happens.

She’s also a business coach to health and wellness practitioners that want to build sustainable and fulfilling businesses that truly make a difference to people’s lives.

Jin is mum to a 5 year old violet who was born at home by lotus birth, supported by her wonderful partner. She sees motherhood as an amazing transition time that can birth not only a baby but incredible ideas. In the early days of Violet’s life Jin created her business ideas, actioned them and created the life she dreamed of

Find Jin at:

Free Facebook Group
Join the waitlist for her practitioner training
Sign up to her free Webinar on Vedic Body Types and the emotions behind physical issues


Topics Include:

  • What it means to listen to your body
  • The principle behind psychosomatic therapy 
  • How emotions get "stuck" in our body and why it's important we learn to release them
  • How to identify stuck emotions
  • Preventing emotions from storing up over time with practical strategies anyone can use
  • Practitioner facilitated healing and work versus self-healing and solo work
  • An run down of the common emotions linked to 5 key body parts
  • Loads more!



Aug 26, 2020

Topics Include:

Today in this solo episode Nat speaks about the relationship between your thyroid and estrogen, how to test it, and what to do about it. 


Aug 18, 2020

Our Guest:

Dr Natasha Andreadis, more commonly known as Dr Tash.

She is a qualified and experienced gynaecologist, fertility and hormone specialist. Dr Tash is also a Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility (CREI) sub-specialist, making her uniquely qualified to manage infertility and hormonal issues.
She believes in a holistic and integrative approach to health and has a particular interest in the impact of nutrition, lifestyle and environment on reproductive health. She wants people to lead healthy lives and have healthy babies.

In 2000, Dr Tash graduated from Medicine at the University of NSW. After many years of further study and practice, she became a fellow of the Royal Australian New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). Before that, she underwent generalist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney.

In 2008, Dr Tash won the RANZCOG award for the highest mark in the Oral MRANZCOG exam. In her final year of subspecialty training, she was a research fellow at Oxford, United Kingdom and Utrecht, the Netherlands.

She is committed to sharing her knowledge and enjoys teaching as a clinical lecturer at the University of Sydney Central Medical School.

She is the host of the women’s health podcast, The Fanny Mechanic and runs a monthly Dr Tash Book Club. She also loves to give her patients a look at the latest evidence with her informative and entertaining video blogs.

Dr Tash loves running and working with female athletes and coaches on menstrual cycle education. She has worked with FitBit and ModiBodi, consulting on women’s health.

Her current research interest is in Music Therapy and its role in managing stress and anxiety related to gynaecological and fertility treatments.


Topics Include:

  • Types of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) available in Australia
  • When someone should consider looking into ART
  • How long someone should try naturally for a baby before seeking help
  • Who is and isn't a good candidate for IVF
  • Success rates of IVF
  • Quality or quantity of eggs - which is the most important thing in IVF
  • A walk through what happens during an IVF cycle starting from when a couple decides this is the path they would like to take
  • The number of IVF cycles that are needed or even recommended before moving onto a different treatment option
  • The 3-5 most common misconceptions Dr Tash needs to address with patients when educating them on IVF

You can find Dr Tash below:



Instagram: @dr_tash_the_fanny_mechanic 


Facebook group: The Fanny Mechanic Podcast Group

Book Club: Dr Tash Book Club

You Tube: 


Aug 12, 2020

Topics Include:

- What markers constitute PROPER thyroid testing

- How to have a conversation with your doctor about getting these done

- What do do if your medical practitioner will not agree to order these for you

- Proper timing and context when it comes to thyroid testing

- Important considerations if you are measuring your thyroid hormone levels privately 



- Register for the next FREE LIVE thyroid masterclass

- Join the waitlist for the next round of Thyroid Rescue 

- I-screen

- I-medical 

Aug 4, 2020

Our guests Bio:

A divorce, divorce recovery and co-parenting coach, Sallyanne works with clients either in the midst of divorce or transitioning to single life afterwards. She is passionate about changing the culture and experience of divorce, empowering women to create a life where they are happy, secure, confident and clear about their direction.

Your guide & cheerleader, she offers you a fully supported journey through your divorce and beyond. Objective emotional support, practical guidance and strategies, (from someone who’s been there ahead of you and coached many others through the process) in all the non-legal aspects, enabling you to overcome the overwhelm, make clear decisions and create the best possible outcome for yourself, your children and even your ex-partner.

She helps you minimise the cost of your divorce: less time, less exhaustion, less stress, less conflict, less pain, less money wasted.

You are guided to reclaim your personal power, define and step into the life you most want for yourself, take control of your career, finances, parenting & co- parenting, health and well-being - and with grace and joy, fly beautifully solo.


You can find Sallyanne at:

Instagram: @reflectcoaching



Topics Include:

✨ What is a divorce coach is and their role in the process
✨ The top challenges Sally see's people have when navigating their way through divorce or separation
✨ The 3 most common mistakes people make navigating through this time in their life
✨ What the heck happens after all of the official stuff has been settled
✨ Strategies or tools that are really helpful post separation/divorce
✨ When there are kids involved how you can navigate your own raw emotion as well as theirs
✨ Tips on co-parenting
and so much more!
Just a note that Sallyanne wanted me to make a minor correction/a gentle reminder that you can technically get a divorce without lawyers, if a couple absolutely 100% agree, they can draft their own "consent orders" and submit to the court for the stamp of approval. Usually, each party has a lawyer look over it before submitting to the court but it IS possible to do it without lawyers. 
Resources provided by Sallyanne:
Jul 28, 2020

Today's episode is all about understanding the THREE main causes of an underactive thyroid. Often these are thyroid issues that are under diagnosed, miss diagnosed or dismissed. 

- Join the waitlist for the next round of Thyroid Rescue
- Get your Thyroid screened for free
- Find out more about working together 

Jul 21, 2020

Our Guest:

Karina believes we can live a life free from suffering through deepening our awareness of ourselves, having compassion, practicing kindness, sharing love in all situations, and having the wisdom to rise above the storms that take place within, especially when challenges arise. You have that power in you too. The world needs you to step up and into your power, your unique love and your purpose.
Karina shares vibrational sound healing, rebirthing breathwork, and voice activation, profound workshops and retreats to help you connect with yourself and with others. She holds space so that you dive and drop into yourself to uncover the ever evolving and unlimited self, let go of the stories of the past, clear limiting beliefs, connect and reopen your heart and achieve a consistent state of presence and flow. She shares the wisdom she has discovered through the modalities of healing that she's studied and experienced, so that we can all be empowered and live this existence fully activated. Empowering you to achieve your dreams, to not play small and to love yourself, the light and the dark. This is her calling.
Instagram: @karina.kalilah
The Awakened Heart:
Podcast topics:
  • What breathwork is, including different types
  • Which types of breath activate our parasympathetic nervous system and help us relax
  • Rebirthing breathwork - what is is and how to access it
  • Common misunderstandings about breathwork
  • Where to start if you're interested in learning
  • The benefits of sound healing and what exactly it is
  • Karina's upcoming offerings and how you can work together 
Jul 20, 2020

This is a quick but important update to The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast community where Nat is sharing some info about "where to" from here and how you can stay involved.

Jul 15, 2020
This episode is a celebration of my other podcasting half, my wing woman, partner in poddy crime and the most beautiful human that you all know and love, our beautiful Kate Callaghan.
If Kate were here we would be toasting our success with an almond milk latte in hand, giggling in disbelief that we actually made it to 100 episodes. And while this time Kate's physical voice wont be coming through your earholes, her spirit was definitely with us, and will be forever.
I will let the podcast speak for itself. However I would like to say a big thank you to her friends, family and all of you who have contributed to this episode coming together by sharing stories of love, laughter and appreciation for Kate. I am so grateful. We all are. AND a big thank you to @theartoflisteningtoyourbody for virtually holding my hand and helping me celebrate Kate through this episode.
Spread the love, far and wide. Continue to share Kate- her stories, her spirit, her knowledge, her heart and her fierce passion for showing up fully in life.
We love you Kate, fly high + free and may that infectious chuckle + warm smile continue to comfort souls far and wide as I know it will mine.
Jun 23, 2020
Our Guest - Nat Kringoudis
Nat Kringoudis is a Dr of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncturist, Best Selling Author and podcast host of The Wellness Collective and The Period Party (she likes to talk....)
She recognised the large gap between conventional medicine and supporting wellness and has developed a unique style to women’s natural health care – integrating the western medical approach with alternative therapies, Chinese medicine and body wisdom.
Natalie has accepted the task of inspiring wellbeing, not only to those embarking on becoming parents, but equally important to her, educating young women of how their choices shape their reproductive health. She believes this is the key to addressing the infertility epidemic. For Natalie, fertility isn’t just about babies, it’s about outstanding health. Her knowledge in fertility and natural medicine regularly features in her column in Australian Natural Health magazine, in major publications, including Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan as well as regular TV appearances as a wellness expert for the Today Show & The Morning Show. She is also a two times best selling author, her latest achievement Beautiful You a book dedicated to helping women understand their hormones from the very beginning.
Topics Include:
  • What is a normal age for teens to start menstruating
  • What does a normal period looks like for teens
  • When to seek help + what signs/symptoms to be aware of
  • How and when to start speaking with your teens about periods
  • What are some DIY tricks/tips for setting them up for healthy balances periods
May 28, 2020

Episode Summary:

In this episode, Nat's Mum joins Nat on the podcast to discuss her experience in supporting her daughter (Nat) through Anorexia. She gives us an insight into how she felt, the struggles she had had, what she felt worked for her, and lots more!

If you need support around any type of eating disorder, a great source of support is The Butterfly Foundation.


May 7, 2020

Topics include:

  • The two layers of immunity + where they are found
  • Gut-immune connection
  • Food as medicine - practical tips including foods to eat and meal ideas
  • Our fave nutrients for immune support 
  • Our fave herbs for immune support
  • Thinking outside the box to support your immune system
  • Essential oils for an immune system hug
Apr 28, 2020

Our Guest: Amie Skilton

Former functional medicine practitioner of 18 years, Amie Skilton’s view of root cause medicine was forever altered as a result of an environmentally acquired illness.

In 2017, after developing CIRS herself, she discovered the world of building biology and the various ways in which the built environment has a profound impact on human health. She realized her naturopathic, nutritional and herbal toolkit were only as useful as her environment was healthy.

She’s now on a mission to raise awareness in the public arena, and educate practitioners, on a commonly overlooked but monumentally significant influence on health and wellbeing. 


Topics include:

  • What is a Building Biologist for those that don’t know?
  • Are there any particular places in Australia that have the highest or lowest rates of mold?
  • What are signs or symptoms someone is being exposed to mold? 
  • Why do some people get affected and not others?
  • Is all mold visible to the naked eye?
  • What’s the process someone should go through if they suspect they may be exposed to mold? Particularly in relation to getting their home
  • If mold is found in a home, what are the first steps someone should take in removing it? (what are the do’s and don’ts)
  • Do landlords have a responsibility to remediate an apartment if mold is found and are there any laws in how this has to be done?
  • Is it necessary to chuck your belongings away if they have mold on them?
  • What are your top 5 tips for preventing mold from occurring in the first place?
  • If someone is looking into buying a home, or even moving into a rental apartment, how can they be sure there isn’t mold in there before committing?
  • What’s next for you in this space of building biology. Do you have any upcoming events, courses, programs or offerings?

Resources Mentioned:

Social & Website Links






Apr 23, 2020

Topics include:

  • Tips on eating well during isolation
  • Managing trigger foods + "picking"
  • Some of our fave iso food discoveries + Kate's new obsession with lollies baby carrots
  • Making movement happen + what we are doing 
  • Nourishing your mental + emotional health
  • Relationships in Iso
  • Getting crafty + creative

Links mentioned:

Apr 17, 2020

Our guest Kate Caddle:

Kate believes that every woman deserves to be empowered and that the container of conception and pregnancy is the perfect conduit for that awakening.

She is an award-winning intuitive life coach, speaker, and writer, as well as a mama and wife.

Through her online space, coaching sessions, luna circles, The Awakened Pregnancy Podcast and sold-out workshops and speaking events, Kate helps women to see that they can embark on their journey to motherhood without fear, and instead see it as a time to truly connect to who they are and awaken the gifts within.

Kate has 12 years experience helping women feel incredible in their own skin and 5 years of experience as a working life coach. She’s actively been a part of the transformation of thousands of lives.

She’s an advocate for self-care, living gently and getting super comfortable in your own skin.

If she’s not connecting and supporting, you’ll find her exploring with her husband Michael and son Flynn.



  • Kate's journey into the space of preconception and pregnancy care
  • Why mindset becomes important through conception and pregnancy
  • The role mindset has in our experience in preconception, pregnancy, and motherhood
  • The practicalities of making emotional wellbeing and mindset a powerful tool in your preconception/pregnancy toolkit
  • Kate's experience with miscarriage and her invitation to those who have experienced this type of loss 
  • Finding the balance between being informed/knowledgeable and trusting your intuition
  • How Kate supports women just like you + why she believes so passionately in the importance of the work she does


Social & Website Links


Apr 7, 2020

Our Guest:

Dr. Ken McGrath is the Clinical Liaison Manager with Microba. He obtained his PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Pathology from the University of Queensland, and has a research background in microbial genomics, including human microbiomes and metagenomic analysis. Ken was the manager of a DNA sequencing laboratory 10 years prior to joining Microba, and is a member of several international microbiome research projects, including global pathogen detection and monitoring. Ken is now helping Microba bring the latest gut microbiome technology to healthcare practitioners and educate and inform them of how the information can benefit their patient management.



  • The main types of gut testing available
  • The difference between culture based stool testing and DNA based stool testing (+ what the heck it all means)
  • DNA testing further explained + knowing which type of DNA based gut test is best
  • What we get through the GP when requesting basic gut testing and what can and can't that tell us
  • Microbiome sequencing - what it does and doesn't tell us
  • The kinds of conditions, symptoms or presentations that can benefit from comprehensive microbiome testing 
  • How long it takes for our gut to change after implementing dietary and lifestyle changes
  • How often we should get testing be done
  • Loads more!



Social & Website Links


Mar 31, 2020

Topics Include:

  • Thyroid health after your thyroid is removed
  • Dealing with painful periods
  • Histamine, low progesterone and racing heart pre-period
  • The deal with dairy - is it really that bad?

+ Lots more!


Mar 24, 2020

About Our Guest:

Dr Pribyl is the Senior Scientist and Research Officer with biotech company Microba, a leader in the analysis of the gut microbiome. She has expertise in human microbiome research, microbiology, and stress physiology in fish. She also has a passion for science communication to support science-informed decision making. Dr Pribyl received her Ph.D. in Fisheries Science in 2010 from Oregon State University, was a National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, and was a CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellow before moving to Australia in 2015 where she started working at the Australian Centre for Ecogenomics at the University of Queensland in the area of the human microbiome. She has presented at many conferences and seminars to science and laymen audiences.


Podcast Topics:

  • What are the characteristics of an “ideal” or healthy gut?
  • What happens to the bacteria when we take Antibiotics?
  • Are antibiotics the only thing that alters our microbiome, or are there other drugs or hormones that have the ability to change the microbiome?
  • Can we recover species lost after Antibiotics?
  • The difference between a probiotic and a prebiotic
  • Probiotics - broad-spectrum or strain-specific?
  • Impact of carbohydrate restriction on the microbiome
  • The best "diet" for a healthy gut

Resources & Social Medica Links:


Feb 25, 2020

Topics Include:

  • Thyroid Goitres/Nodules and understanding the types
  • Advocating for yourself with Thyroid Issues
  • Tips on treating acne after stopping the pill 
  • Emotions leading up to periods
  • Tips to fight constipation 
  • Best vitamins/probiotics for toddlers
  • Ways to assist immune function
  • Kate's opinion + decision around Chemo versus natural Cancer treatment 
Feb 18, 2020

Guest Bio:


Elizabeth Cullen is a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Acupuncturist. She is the founder of The Dao Health based in Caringbah in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire where her and her team of Chinese Medicine practitioners are dedicated to creating a practice where patients of the West can confidently and safely experience and benefit treatment learnt from the East.

Through the use of the latest evidence based Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture research each patient is treated as an individual at The Dao Health. Liz seeks the root of the cause rather than the branch to restore the healthy balance both physically and emotionally.

Liz has a particular passion and enthusiasm treating Women’s Health and Fertility and last year she graduated from UNSW with a Masters of Women's Health Medicine to continue to pursue her passion of Integrative Medicine. Treatment ranges from beginning with Menarche and Menstrual issues including Endometriosis and Poylcystic Ovary Syndrome through to Pre conception behaviour, Natural Fertility support, Male fertility support, IUI and IVF support, Pregnancy, Labour preparation and Post natal care.

She treats a range of conditions in the clinic and has interest and experience in the treatment of Bells Palsy, Digestive Issues, Skin conditions, Sleep issues, Chronic Fatigue, Musculoskeletal Issues, Mental Health and Cosmetic Acupuncture.

Elizabeth’s ongoing curiosity with Traditional Chinese Medicine inspires her to travel back to China for ongoing study and in her spare time enjoys taking her two rescue dogs Iris and Arthur to the beach.​


Where to find Liz:

Instagram: @thedao

Facebook: The Dao Health

Podcast Topics/Questions

  • What is TCM and Acupuncture (myth busting)
  • A TCM perspective on your cycle
  • The drivers behind Endometriosis in TCM
  • Acupuncture for endometriosis
  • The best time of your cycle to get Acupuncture when treating Endometriosis
  • Dietary approaches or principles for Endometriosis in TCM
  • TCM Pain management for Endometriosis
  • TCM supplements in Endometriosis
  • The role of shared care and who Liz often works alongside when treating patients 


Resources and Links Mentioned In The Podcast:

Yang Sheng - Katie Brindle 

Recipes for Self Healing -  Maverick Leggett

Healthy Hormones -  Belinda Kirkpatrick 

The Spark in the Machine - Daniel Keown 

Yin Yang House 

American Dragon 


Feb 4, 2020

Our Guest - Amy Needham

Amy is a Nutrition & Performance Coach. She currently lectures and mentors in Performance Nutrition to a variety of people across the world including doctors. Amy sees clients both online and face to face, with most of these clients looking for body transformations & a mental shift in regards to health.

Amy was a competitive gymnast for 10years, and has several qualifications in yoga, massage, Powerlifting, Women's artistic gymnastics, boxing, Cert iii and 4 in fitness & personal training along with mentorships in exercise sport science & physiology as well as female health. This legend of a fellow nerd is also a student in a bachelor of Health Science in Nutrition & Masters in Dietetics.

Her focus as a coach is upon improving the lives of all that she meets, creating a body & mind transformation. Working specifically with hormonal health and the psychology of eating to create lifestyle based body recomposition to maintain a lean & strong physique year round is her jam.

As Amy puts it - she  bridges the Gap between Health & 'Fitness' to dispel the bullshit & give knowledge to the masses. Her point of difference as a coach is that she doesn’t want to retain clients - she simply wants to create the physical change in a way that educates the person enough to go about it alone after they finish up.


Topics Include:

💪The biggest mistakes women make when it comes to exercise
💪Benefits of strength training for females
💪 Will HIIT training alone get you results
💪 The physiology behind why some women end up looking puffy + inflamed when doing too much HIIT/Crossfit/F45
💪 Sustainable Fat loss nutrition + the biggest mistake women make
💪 What happens when someone YoYo diets and calorie restricts for years + what to do
💪 Strength training + Nutrition tips across the menstrual cycle
💪 The art of being a good coach + the role of mindset, self-worth and your "why"
💪What Amy would change about the fitness industry


Where to find Amy:

Instagram: @needmfit

Sign up to her newsletter here

Jan 28, 2020

Topics Include:

  • Kate's trip to Hope 4 Cancer in Mexico
  • Details on the Integrative + Natural Therapies Kate has been using so far
  • Kate's support crew of experts + everyday legends and why it's important to approach it this way
  • Food + Supplements to support her through overcoming Cancer and decreasing side effects of Chemo
  • Dealing with the emotional aspect of this journey
  • Kate's tips for loved ones supporting someone through this journey 
  • Resources Kate has found helpful along the way
  • Where to next


Radical Remission book

The Journey healing method 

Hope 4 Cancer Mexico

Oscar Juicer


Jan 13, 2020

About our guest:

Nikki is a period expert and founder of the epic company Moonbox. Moonbox is about transforming the way women experience their periods. It’s about busting period taboos & creating a world without period pain, shame and monthly suffering. It’s about providing a holistic, effective & long term approach to balancing hormones & relieving menstrual symptoms naturally – without the pill, drugs or surgery. We are going to share all about how you can get amongst this goodness Nikki has created in the podcast so make sure you listen to the end of this episode.

Podcast Questions:

  • Nikki's doorway into optimising women's cycles
  • What a healthy period looks like
  • PMS - normal or just common?
  • How to support the follicular phase of the cycle
  • How to ensure you ovulate and how to know if you have
  • Supporting your luteal phase
  • Menstrual cups and period undies 
  • Ways to track your cycle
  • Natural contraception - what are your options
  • All about Moonbox
  • Final question; what is one thing you do for your health daily? 




- Natural condoms by Jonny Lovers

- Daysy fertility and period tracker

- Period undies by ModiBodi


Social & Website Links:


Dec 18, 2019

Zhenya is, an
I-ACT Certified Colon Hydrotherapist, with Level 2 study and certification, Holistic Nutritionist, Wellness Consultant and Yoga Instructor with 16 years in the wellness industry, is driven to empower people to be aware of their own bodies, to live a healthy life and make conscious decisions about their own health and for their personal wellbeing.

Zhenya is also the co-owner of Proppr - which is an elegant australian designed footstool to get you in the Proppr position for your next trip to the bathroom.

Social & Website Links:


Topics include:

  • What is an enema?
  • The difference between enemas and colonics
  • When or why someone would choose to do an enema over a colonic
  • Different types of enemas and why choose one over the other
  • Who enemas are a good idea for and who should not be doing enemas
  • A walk through exactly how to perform one at home
  • Diet prep leading up to enema
  • Frequency to avoid dependency or damage to the gut
  • Risks associated with doing them at home
  • When purchasing an enema kit what the do’s and don’t s are
  • A few bonus Christmas tips to stay on track


Resources/links mentioned in the podcast:

Enema kits:

DIY enemas resources:


Dec 3, 2019

Topics Include:

In this podcast we explore the myths and truths behind the popular documentary "The Game Changers". We talk about all the things you're wondering after watching the doco. Including:

  • Bias of the film, and was there an attempt to show both sides
  • The "experiments" in the film including the erection experiment and the "cloud blood" experiment. What does the science say about this?
  • Does fish and chicken cause Cancer?
  • The "healthy user bias" and how to understand the context of nutritional science experiments
  • Protein quality and quantity explained, including their peanut butter versus steak/egg reference
  • Food comparisons and misleading implications
  • Herbivores versus Humans - do we digest the same and how does this change things?
  • B12 explained and what you REALLY need to know here
  • Ethical concerns and the details not discussed
  • Environmental concerns and the miss representation of data
  • Fake meat - our health and the environmental impact

Links references in the podcast:

- Chris Kresser's and Joe Rogan longer analysis

- Chris Kresser's blog on the science (with research links)


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