153. Food Heals Podcast | Organic Eating for Your Health | Allison Melody

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Being hailed as “Sex and the City for Food,” The Food Heals Podcast brings together experts in the field of nutrition, health and healing to teach you the best-kept natural secrets to being a hotter, healthier, happier YOU!

The Food Heals Podcast is hosted by Allison Melody and Suzy Hardy- two self proclaimed natural chicks who will rock your world and change your beliefs about health! This sexy, savvy duo provides eco-friendly advice on a variety of issues- from picking the best non-toxic makeup and getting rid of wrinkles naturally to learning about the benefits of a plant-based diet and the healing power of nutrition.

The podcast shares stories of people who have changed their lives in incredible and inspiring ways. Guests include some of the most amazing people in the health and healing industry who cover a wide range of topics including alternative medicine, detoxing, beauty tips, healing yourself. Allison, Suzy and their guests will share tips on creating a better life- whether it be how to be your authentic self, how free yourself from toxic emotions, let go of judgements and anything holding you back in life and even how to quit your job and start your own business- living you passion and getting paid for it. The point is to inspire you- That you are in control of your life and whatever is happening today does not have to be happening tomorrow. When you become aware of what’s not working in your life you then have the power to let that go and adopt new habits, new belief systems, and take the action steps to live the life you want to live!

Today my fellow Podcaster’s Paradise Podcaster Alison Melody is here to share her story about her healthy food journey and how she got involved with the organic movement.

Tell us a little about yourself.

So we host the Food Heals Podcast and it’s really all about helping people get healthier mind, body and spirit. We’re not trying to change anyone we’re trying to give people the tools that they need to help change themselves and make  the healthiest decisions that they can for themselves… women it’s changing their

  • diet
  • lifestyle
  • getting out of a toxic relationship
  • job
  • really following their dreams

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We just really want to be a place of encouragement,  enlightenment  and education!

Tell me about your first gardening experience?

My story and how I discovered the reason we need to eat well and nutrition and a complete wake up call, growing up having a garden with dad, business… original idea!

I was listening to your podcast as well, you said you were looking to have people from different states and I live in California but I am from North Carolina which  is one of the states you were looking for.

I grew up composting, grew up  gardening … I didn’t know that not everyone did that, we had our trash can, recycling bin, and our composting pile, I remember separating everything. And it’s very trendy today to do that, it’s very green to do that, but back then it was just a part of our lives, so I do find that whether. 

So IDK how old I was … I was young, my entire childhood, … maybe started being a part of it… My dad always had a tomato garden … we had these giant sunflowers …. I remember I would run away from the bees… it was a really really great interesting. 

We didn’t grow all of our food, we lived in a small town, experience Hill, NC. It was a college town so there were lots of grocery stores and restaurants nearby. It was a combination of going to what we had there  the Food Lion, and the Harris Teeter and those were our grocery stores … and also eating fresh vegetables out of the garden.

You know growing up that way, I went away from it to eating processed, for a long time to eating processed food and restaurant fare. And then back to what I ate when I was younger. So it’s full circle and interesting how it come to eating the most organic  local fare that I can.

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About the author, Jackie Marie

I'm an artist and educator. I live at the "Organic Oasis" with my husband Mike where we practice earth friendly techniques in our garden nestled in the mountains of Montana.

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