Sweet Vegan is a Nutrition and Holistic Health podcast, hosted by nutrition Coach, vegan nutritionist, and studying Nutratherapy Practioner and Naturopath, Jennifer Chapman. Jennifer, after surviving a near-fatal autoimmune disease, adopted dramatic nutrition and lifestyle changes during recovery and has been researching nutrition and its effect on every aspect of our health; from our gut to our mental health, hormones, neurological system, and immune system, and beyond. We're talking about food, remedies, lifestyle hacks and so much more!
In Part Two of of this conversation (S01E05/S01E06),
Jennifer and our special (and first ever) guest - Consciousness Coach and Yoga Instructor, Care Roy - continue to discuss Body Weight, food culture, diet culture, societal fat-shaming, intuitive eating, body positivity, and even toxic positivity, and Care shares the story of her inspirational weight loss of over 100 pounds.
In Part One of Two of Sweet Vegan Spills the tea S01E05,
Jennifer and our special (and first ever) guest - Consciousness Coach and Yoga Instructor, Care Roy - explore Body Weight, food culture, diet culture, societal fat-shaming, intuitive eating, body positivity, and even toxic positivity.
Care Roy is an intuitive consciousness coach, energy healer, medium, movement maker, event conductor, animal whisperer, and yoga teacher.
To check out all CareEssentially offerings: (current virtual Moon circles + retreats offerings and/or learn more about the 1-on-1 intuitive consciousness coaching program):
In this episode, we're talking fat! We're taking a dip into the pool of body fat, dietary fat, good fats, bad fats, and omega fatty acids. Find out which fats you need and which ones you don't and whether it's true or not that your brain really is made of fat! Learn what the secret sources of DHA and EPA are, and why you don't need to eat fish to get them.
For more detailed show notes, visit http://sweetvegan.net
On episode 3, we look into foods that affect our levels of anxiety, how your gut bugs affect your mental health, what the gut-brain axis is. Jennifer gives you a heap of tips on what you can do to optimize both, and gushes about her current crush, the Vagus Nerve.
In the first ever episode of Sweet Vegan Spills The Tea, Jennifer June sits down to tell you a bit about who she is, what she does, why she does it, and how surviving a near-fatal autoimmune disease, and adopting dramatic nutrition and lifestyle changes during recovery, changed her life and inspired this podcast!