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39 minutes | a month ago
Episode 171: A Story Of Abortion And Healing with Anna Wood
In this episode, I’m talking to Anna Wood. Anna is a writer, creator, and author of I’ve Had One Too: A Story of Abortion and Healing. In this episode, Anna and I discuss her choice to use a pen name for her book, her decision to have an abortion, how she processed the grief that followed, and her views on abortion now.
61 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 170: Email and Communication Overload + Clarity vs. Accessibility With Cal Newport
This week Cal Newport is back! Cal is an associate professor of computer science at Georgetown University, where he specializes in the theory of distributed systems, as well as a New York Times bestselling author. He’s the author of seven books, including Digital Minimalism and Deep Work, which have been published in over thirty languages. He’s also a regular contributor on these topics to national publications such as The New Yorker, The New York Times, and Wired, and is a frequent guest on NPR. His latest book, A World Without Email is out March 2nd. In this episode, Cal and I discuss the overwhelm of email, how the habit of constantly checking can distract from productivity, why we need to create new processes for our inbox, how back and forth messaging doesn’t scale, and the number one thing you can do today to lessen your email load. Show Notes: Pre-order the Know Your Endo book! Sign up for the Know Your Endo Newsletter Know Your Endo Instagram One Part Plant Cookbook Kate Fagan’s new book: All The Colors Came Out Cal’s Website CAL’S BOOKS: A World Without Email Digital Minimalism Deep Work
72 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 169: SIBO 101 (Symptoms, Testing, and Treatment) + Overcoming Food Fear With Phoebe Lapine of SIBO Made Simple
This week I’m talking to Phoebe Lapine. Phoebe is a food and health writer, gluten-free chef, speaker, and the voice behind the award-winning blog Feed Me Phoebe. Phoebe’s debut memoir, The Wellness Project, chronicles her journey with the autoimmune disease Hashimotos Thyroiditis. Her latest book, SIBO Made Simple, helps those newly diagnosed or chronically fighting small intestine bacterial overgrowth. Phoebe’s work has appeared in Food & Wine, Marie Claire, SELF, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and Mind Body Green. In this episode, Phoebe and I discuss SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth) and the symptoms, testing, types, and treatment – as well as how depression and anxiety play a role in gut-health issues, the low-FODMAP diet, and overcoming food fear after elimination diets. Show Notes: Pre-order the Know Your Endo book! Sign up for the Know Your Endo Newsletter Know Your Endo Instagram One Part Plant Cookbook Phoebe’s Website + Instagram SIBO Made Simple: 90 Healing Recipes and Practical Strategies To Rebalance Your Gut For Good SIBO Made Simple Podcast The Wellness Project (Phoebe’s first book) Kitchari Recipe
98 minutes | 5 months ago
Season Finale! Hormones 101 (Synthetic vs. Bioidentical, Weight Gain, Perimenopause, Birth Control, Hashimoto’s, and More) with Candace Burch
This week, I’m talking to Candace Burch. She’s a hormone-health educator and founder of Your Hormone Health. In this episode, Candace and I discuss what hormones are, how to know if your hormones are out of whack, synthetic vs. bioidentical hormones, weight gain, perimenopause, birth control, Hashitmoto’s, and how stress and lifestyle choices can impact our hormones. Show Notes: Candace’s Website + Instagram Hormone Test Kit + Consult (use code ONEPART for $100 off) Functional Medicine Doctor Directory ZRT Lab Testing Hashimoto’s Protocol by Izabella Wentz Beyond The Pill by Jolene Brighten This Your Brain On Birth Control **** One Part Plant Cookbook Know Your Endo Sign up for the Know Your Endo Newsletter Know Your Endo Instagram ***** I receive an affiliate commission from some of the links above.
65 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 167: Starting A New Career At 40 (And Beyond) + Downshifting Your Life With Lisa Bryan
This week, I’m talking to Lisa Bryan. Lisa is a recipe developer and the founder of Downshiftology (a digital community of 11M). In this episode, Lisa and I discuss how she started her career over at 40, adding more humanity to your brand, building trust with your audience, and learning to downshift your life. Show Notes: Lisa’s Website + Instagram + YouTube Falafel Recipe Sababa by Adeena Sussman (cookbook with best hummus recipe ever) **** One Part Plant Cookbook Know Your Endo Sign up for the Know Your Endo Newsletter Know Your Endo Instagram ***** I receive an affiliate commission from some of the links above.
75 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 166: Mending (Or Walking Away From) Relationships Post Election + Managing Stress and Overwhelm With Elizabeth Stanley, PhD
This week, we brought back Elizabeth Stanley, PhD. Elizabeth is an associate professor of security studies at Georgetown University and the author of Widen The Window: Training Your Brain and Body To Thrive During Stress and Recover From Trauma. She’s the creator of Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)® – and her research has been featured on 60 Minutes, ABC Evening News, NPR, and in Time magazine, among others. An award-winning author and U.S. Army veteran with service in Asia and Europe, she holds degrees from Yale, Harvard, and MIT. She’s also a certified practitioner of Somatic Experiencing, a body-based trauma therapy. In this episode, Elizabeth and I discuss how we can begin to mend fractured relationships due to political choices (or move on from them), the survival brain vs. thinking brain, how the stress of the past year may have triggered or resurfaced past trauma, feeling powerless, and reminding ourselves that we will not have to live this way forever. Elizabeth Stanley’s Website Dr. Stanley’s Course On Stress + Trauma* Widen The Window: Training Your Brain and Body To Thrive During Stress and Recover From Trauma *Email Kjestinew(at)soundstrue.com for free access for public school teachers, health-care workers, first responders, military personnel (active, reservist, and veterans, and diplomats and intelligence agents. **** One Part Plant Cookbook Know Your Endo Sign up for the Know Your Endo Newsletter Know Your Endo Instagram ***** I receive an affiliate commission from some of the links above.
67 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 165: The Climate Emergency (And What You Can Do About It) With Margaret Klein Salamon, PhD
This week, I’m talking to Margaret Klein Salamon, PhD. Margaret is a clinical psychologist turned climate activist. She’s the founder and executive director of the Climate Mobilization Project and author of Facing the Climate Emergency: How to Transform Yourself with Climate Truth, a radical self-help guide for the climate emergency. In this episode, Margaret and I discuss why you don’t have to be a scientist to have a position on climate change, why we need climate transformation not reform, how to talk to kids about climate change, how to process the anxiety/overwhelm of the climate crisis, and the single greatest thing you can do to help right now. SHOW NOTES: Sign up for the Know Your Endo Newsletter Know Your Endo Instagram Dr. Stanley’s Course On Stress + Trauma Widen The Window One Part Plant Cookbook Guest + Show Links! The Climate Mobilization’s Website + Instagram Facing the Climate Emergency: How to Transform Yourself with Climate Truth Sunrise Movement Banana Ice Cream Recipe ****** I sometimes receive an affiliate commission from links I include.
72 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 164: Vagina Problems (Endometriosis, Vulvodynia, Adenomyosis, and Pelvic Pain) With Lara Parker
This week, I’m talking to Lara Parker. Lara is a writer, editor, deputy director at BuzzFeed.com, and the author of Vagina Problems: Endometriosis, Painful Sex, and Other Taboo Topics. In this episode, Lara and I discuss living with multiple chronic conditions, finding pain-management tools, learning to advocate for yourself, decision fatigue, and finding glimpses of hope and acceptance (even in the darkest days). SHOW NOTES: Sign up for the Know Your Endo Newsletter Know Your Endo Instagram Dr. Stanley’s Course On Stress + Trauma Widen The Window One Part Plant Cookbook Guest + Show Links! Lara’s Instagram Vagina Problems Victoria Williams / Endo At Work Sex Without Pain Heal Pelvic Pain A Headache In The Pelvis Toca CBD Sex Oils ****** I sometimes receive an affiliate commissions from links I include.
75 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 163: Explaining Unexplained Weight Gain + Weight Loss with Dr. Jaclyn Tolentino
This week, I’m talking to Dr. Jaclyn Tolentino. Jaclyn is a Board-Certified Family Physician, an integrative and functional medicine practitioner, and a breast cancer survivor. She has received extensive training through the Institute for Functional Medicine, and additional training in integrative oncology. She is a frequent contributor to publications including Vogue, Well+Good, CNET, and Bustle, and practices a comprehensive, patient-centered approach to whole-body wellness as Senior Doctor on the Virtual Team at Parsley Health. In this episode, Dr. Jaclyn and I discuss how surviving breast cancer changed how she thinks about health, weight gain and weight loss during the pandemic, stress and hormones, why our bodies are responding in ways they never have before, striving to be healthy vs. fat phobia, and why testing is important to better understanding our bodies. SHOW NOTES: Sign up for the Know Your Endo Newsletter Know Your Endo Instagram One Part Plant Cookbook Bellicon Mini Trampoline Guest Links! Jaclyn’s Website + Instagram Parsley Health Cream Of Mushroom Soup ****** I may receive affiliate commissions from links I include.
85 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 162: Transracial Adoption + Sharing Someone Else’s Story (A Question of Consent) With Angela Tucker
This week, I’m talking to Angela Tucker. Angela is a speaker, educator, film producer, and of the host of The Adoptee Next Door podcast. Her work’s mission is to amplify and center adoptee stories and bring honest narratives about race, class, and identity. In this episode, Angela and I discuss what transracial adoption means, why Angela has felt like a “grand experiment” in nature vs. nurture, family preservation, racism in the adoption system, the debate of consent when it comes to sharing adoption stories online. SHOW NOTES: Sign up for the Know Your Endo Newsletter Know Your Endo Instagram Angela’s Website + Instagram Closure The Adoptee Next Door Podcast Spinach Potato Tacos Know Your Endo One Part Plant Cookbook ****** I may receive affiliate commissions from links I include.
56 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 161: Building A Food Brand + Olive Oil 101 with Aishwarya Iyer of Brightland
This week, I’m talking to Aishwarya Iyer. She’s the founder + CEO of Brightland, a modern pantry-essentials company. In this episode, Aishwarya and I discuss the unpaid labor of female founders/influencers, performative social media, staying true to your brand values, growing organically vs. paid social, and building a food brand from the ground up (packaging, design, food safety, etc). SHOW NOTES: Sibo Made Simple Brightland’s Website + Instagram Aishwarya’s Instagram UC David Olive Center Citrus + Fennel Salad Recipe Know Your Endo One Part Plant Cookbook ****** I may receive affiliate commissions from links I include.
82 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 160: Negativity Bias + Decision Fatigue + The Dark Side Of Wellness With Robyn Conley Downs
This week, I’m talking to Robyn Conley Downs. Robyn is a speaker, educator, podcaster, and the author of The Feel Good Effect: Reclaim Your Wellness By Creating Small Shifts That Create Big Change. In this episode, Robyn and I discuss why our brains recognize threats before recognizing good, making small mindset shifts for big change, why personality and psychology are not interchangeable, and how gratitude can interrupt anxiety. SHOW NOTES: Robyn’s Website + Instagram The Feel Good Effect book Feel Good Effect Podcast Self-Care: A Novel The Joy Of Movement Self-Compassion: The Proven Power Of Being Kind To Yourself Tuscan Pumpkin Soup Grilled Hummus, Apple, and Caramelized Onion Sandwiches Know Your Endo One Part Plant Cookbook ****** I may receive affiliate commissions from links I include.
53 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 159: Quieting Anxiety + Reframing The Unknown With Meera Lee Patel
It’s the season premiere! This week, I’m talking to Meera Lee Patel. Meera is a writer, speaker, author (find her books in the show notes), and a self-taught artist. In this episode, Meera and I discuss why we can’t always fear the unknown, how she approaches anxiety, the unpaid labor of free content, promoting your work with transparency, and how she’s pivoted her business during the last six months. SHOW NOTES: Meera’s Website + Instagram Create Your Own Calm Made Out Of Stars My Friend Fear Start Where You Are Self-Compassion: The Proven Power Of Being Kind To Yourself Pav Bhaji Recipe via Food and Wine Pav Bhaji Masala (Meera’s favorite store-bought) Pav Bhaji Masala Recipe Know Your Endo One Part Plant Cookbook ****** I may receive affiliate commissions from links I include.
76 minutes | 9 months ago
Season Finale! Episode 158: Orgasms + Libido + Expanding The Definition Of Sex with Dr. Uchenna “UC” Ossai
This week, I’m talking to Dr. Uchenna “UC” Ossai. Dr. UC is a sex-positive pelvic health physical therapist and sexuality educator and counselor. She’s an assistant professor at the University of Texas Dell Medical School and also serves as pelvic health program manager at UT Health Austin. Dr. UC is one of few licensed physical therapists in the world with an AASECT certification in sexuality counseling and the only Black physical therapist with this specific designation. In this episode, Dr. UC and I discuss pelvic floor therapy, sexual communication, orgasms (having them/not having them/faking them), painful sex, libido, and why penetration is not the gold standard of sex. SHOW NOTES: Dr. UC’s Website + Instagram C Is For Consent Girls And Sex Darkness To Light Sex Positive Families Dame Products Lelo Unbound Babes Soul Source Intimate Rose Heal Pelvic Pain Healing Painful Sex Know Your Endo One Part Plant Cookbook ****** I sometimes receive affiliate commission from links I share.
83 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 157: Before + After Getting A Book Deal (Finding An Agent, Writing A Proposal, Impostor Syndrome, and Reading Reviews) With Courtney Maum
This week, I’m talking to Courtney Maum. Courtney is the author of the novels Costalegre, I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You, and Touch and the handbook Before and After the Book Deal: A Writerâ€™s Guide To Finishing, Publishing, Promoting, and Surviving Your First Book. Courtneyâ€™s writing has been published in New York Times, and O, the Oprah Magazine, among others. Courtney is the founder of the collaborative retreat program, The Cabins, and she also has a writing-advice newsletter, â€œGet Published, Stay Published.â€ Courtney and I discuss finding an agent, writing a proposal, dealing with impostor syndrome, becoming a better writer, and (not) reading reviews. SHOW NOTES:Courtney’s Website + Instagram Courtney’s Books Hysteria Scorpionfish Rock The Vote Know Your Endo One Part Plant Cookbook The Cookbook Deal Podcast ****** I sometimes receive affiliate commission from links I share.
15 minutes | 10 months ago
Special Episode: Why We’re Over It + How To Amplify Black Voices On and Offline With Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez of Food Heaven
This week we’re doing something a little different. I’m sharing part of an episode from Food Heaven (The Podcast) with Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez. Here’s a description of the podcast from Jessica and Wendy, “In the past few days, weâ€™ve been hit up by countless publications, podcasts, and influencers asking us to be on their platforms to do a podcast interview, host an IG live, or have a conversation on racism. Oftentimes, these requests come with a ridiculously tight turnaround, which feels really inconsiderate. Weâ€™re human beings. We have lives. Believe it or not, weâ€™re actually busy. Also, thereâ€™s a lot of emotional labor and trauma involved in being vulnerable and sharing our experiences with racism. PLUS! Weâ€™ve contributed to COUNTLESS articles (go to our press page) about inclusivity and social justice before it was trending. Weâ€™ve also done so. many. podcast episodes on these topics (check our BLM highlight for some of the most recent episodes). The work is out there. If you have looked at some of the work, and still want to collaborate, make an effort to be more mindful about how you reach out + what your asks are. In this weekâ€™s episode, we go in on why weâ€™re frustrated and exhausted. But we also make sure to include some action items on what you (black, POC, white) can do to amplify black voices both on and offline. After you listen to this snippet, head over to Food Heaven to listen to the full episode (and pick another episode you’re excited about, too). I know you’ll love Jessica and Wendy’s openness and honesty about all things wellness. SHOW NOTES:Food Heaven Website + Instagram Food Heaven Podcast Diversify Dietetics
60 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 156: Diabetes 101 (Type 1, 1.5, 2, and Gestational Diabetes) with Robby Barbaro of Mastering Diabetes
This week, I’m talking to Robby Barbaro. Robby is the co-founder of the online diabetes-coaching platform Mastering Diabetes and the author of Mastering Diabetes. Robby and I discuss the different types of diabetes (there might be more than you think), why fruit isn’t the enemy, insulin resistance, and Robby’s number one suggestion for what you can do today to make change if you have diabetes. SHOW NOTES: Rock The Vote Human Rights Campaign Jospeh Hernandez on BA’s Recipe Auditing Robby’s Website + Instagram Mastering Diabetes Book Fiber Fueled Plant-based TeleHealth Dr. Gemma Newman
65 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 155: F*cking Up + Changing The Way We Create Food Content with Laura Wright Of The First Mess
This week, I’m talking to Laura Wright. Laura is an author, a recipe developer, and the founder of the award-winning blog, The First Mess. Laura and I discuss equity in food blogging/influencer content, her missteps in the past and how she’s fixing them, crediting ingredients, how she’s rethinking and changing the way she creates content and works with brands, and why context, intention, and clear communication matters. SHOW NOTES: Laura’s Website + Instagram Lily Diamond Inclusion Rider Algorithms Of Oppression by Safiya Umoja Noble Rick Martinez’s Website + Instagram Nik Sharma’s Website + Instagram
69 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 154: Keeping Secrets + Hiding Our Struggles With Giselle Wasfie, D.A.C.M.
This week, Giselle Wasfie is back! If you need a refresher, she’s a former hip hop journalist and current Doctor of Chinese Medicine. She’s also the founder of the aromatherapy and beauty line REMIX by Giselle Wasfie. Giselle and I discuss growing up as an Iraqi American, how things have to fall apart to come back together, hiding and keeping our struggles secret, and using your community to feel less alone. Here’s Giselle: SHOW NOTES: Giselle’s Website + Instagram WEED The Okra Project Jenna Kutcher Case Study via Toi Smith (check out her page to learn more about these emails) White Female Founders Face A Reckoning Over Racism via Forbes Bon App Editor-In-Chief Adam Rapoport Resigns After Following Allegations of Racist Culture via Eater Joseph Hernandez
65 minutes | a year ago
REVISIT: Why Context And Language Matters + Making Space For Everyone (And Not Just For Optics) with Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison
We’re revisiting an episode from last year, because it feels more relevant now than ever. For everyone saying they want to make change and listen, there are ideas in this episode that you can do today. If you already heard this episode, please listen to it again and then share it with at least one person in your life. I’m talking to Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison (she goes by Kholi). Kholi is an entrepreneur and growth strategist that helps define brands and growing communities. She’s also the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Whole30. She holds a PhD in Literatures in English, where she studied transhistorical theories of change and revolution. In this episode, Kholi and I discuss how much context and language matters, her personal struggles with identity and race, how we can do diversity and inclusion better, and making space for everyone (not just for optics, but truly making space and opportunities for everyone). Here’s Kholi: Show Notes: Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison’s Website + Instagram Campaign Zero Know Your Rights Camp ****
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