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What to Add to Your Summer Diet! EP. 81

What’s the difference between cooling and warming foods, does garlic keep mosquitoes away (and everyone else!), what’s really in your sunscreen, and more with special guest, Tehila Widenbaum!

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The Mental Health Stigma in the Jewish Community! EP. 80

Does our insular community prevent people from seeking help, are Millennials bringing about change, how do shidduchim factor in, and more with special guest, Dr. Rona Miles!

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The Eating Disorder Trap, EP. 79

What is “normal” eating, is carb a four letter word, how to keep your eating disorder voice in check, and more, with special guest, Robyn Goldberg, RDN!

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Stress Management Tips During COVID-19! EP. 78

How to see stress not as a threat but as a challenge, create eternal events, add life to your years, and more, with special guest, Dr. Barry Dinner!

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Should You Go Vegan? EP. 77

Are you a junk food vegetarian, how do we fix “the broken plate,” what does the Torah say about veganism, and more with special guest, Julieanna Hever, The Plant-Based Dietician!

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Does CBD Get You High? EP. 76

What is the difference between CBD  and marijuana, does CBD live up to the hype, what is the best way to take it, and more with special guest, Seth Shaw of TauriGum!

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Are Your Hormones Working for You? EP. 75

Do you suffer from insomnia and night sweats, how does your gut and liver affect estrogen levels, are flaxseeds and soy the place to start, and more with special guest Dr. Guy!

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Sustainable Farming Meets Kosher Eating

I can’t believe Pesach is this week! In the Spring edition of Kosher Spirit magazine, Miriam Herst, a member of the Let My People Eat team, wrote an article about hydroponic greens and how they are impacting the kosher food industry. The article also includes a short interview of me and some of my recipes!…

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Tuscan-Inspired: A Light and Luscious Yom Tov Meal

Welcome to my Yom Tov table! Pesach is a time where everyone feels like they need to get a little more creative with the way they prepare their meals for family and guests. But I find that I make these dishes throughout the year, because healthy eating is often naturally kosher for Pesach anyway. This…

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