150. How I had my mind blown in a conversation with SuperLife food expert Darin Olien

150. How I Had My Mind Blown in a Conversation with SuperLife Food Expert Darin Olien

Darin Olien.  If your reaction to that name isn’t exclaiming ‘Oh heck YES!’ and clicking PLAY, I’m guessing you don’t know all the things that are cool about Darin Olien. It’s not every day I rethink the way I look at myself at an absolute foundational level, but that happens when you talk with Darin Olien about the human body. …

148. The paleo lifestyle and the biggest learning curve of being a parent with Camille Macres

148. The Paleo Lifestyle and the Biggest Learning Curve of Being a Parent with Camille Macres

Professional chef, author and effervescent TV personality Camille Macres is on a mission to transform the lives of 100 million people by shifting healthcare from the medicine cabinet to the pantry and the doctor’s office to the garden. How to bring this vision for humanity to fruition? By showing the world via Camille’s Paleo Kitchen that Paleo can be easy, …

147. The road map to motherhood and taking the best from various cultures with Cherie Pasion

147. The Road Map to Motherhood and Taking the Best from Various Cultures with Cherie Pasion

Cherie Pasion is the founder of Connected Mama and specialises in helping professional women emotionally manage the change from being a professional to being a mother. In doing so, she draws upon her experience as a mother, empowerment skills developed through her Masters of Social Science and five years of energy coaching. Her professional background is in designing and implementing …

142. Optimal health, the healthy gut, and learning from your childhood with Rebecca Coomes

142. Optimal Health, the Healthy Gut, and Learning from Your Childhood with Rebecca Coomes

Rebecca Coomes spent most of her life feeling sick. Born two months premature, her immune system was compromised and saw her develop food intolerances, a damaged gut and an autoimmune disease by her mid 20s. Sick of feeling sick and tired, she saw countless doctors who didn’t know what was wrong with her. She was told she had IBS and …

116. Telling untold stories, farmers' influences, Embracing the spirit of exploration, and Importance of connecting with the process with Monique Bayer

116. Telling Untold Stories & the Importance of Connection with the Process with Monique Bayer

Monique Bayer is the soul behind Walk Melbourne. Monique has always loved food and loved Melbourne. After living in the corporate world, she found that she was at her happiest when she’s working with food and storytelling. She created Walk Melbourne to share stories about the people who bring food and coffee to Melbourne, both then and now. For 15 …

113. Flightamins, rebellious entrepreneurship, Puppeteering in North Korea, and Flightamins with Danielle Ashley

113. Flightamins, Rebellious Entrepreneurship, Puppeteering in North Korea, and Flightamins with Danielle Ashley

After Danielle Ashley completed her Bachelors degree in Health Science, she headed for Central Asia with a backpack, with 5kg of carefully selected vitamins and a desire to explore. Despite the challenging mountainous conditions and simple food, Danielle was astonished at how well she felt after 7 months on the road. In comparison she met numerous people along the way, …

88. Appreciate food and cultures through the Art of Adventure with Derek Loudermilk

88. Appreciate Food and Cultures Through the Art of Adventure with Derek Loudermilk

Derek Loudermilk has a Masters Degree in Microbiology, and is an accomplished scientist having discovered a new species of virus in the boiling acid hot springs of Yellowstone National Park. Derek is a man of many talents, he is a scientist, photographer, model, former Pro cyclist and NCAA runner, blogger, business coach, and host of the truly inspiring podcast “The Art …