“Nourishing Your Practice” – Episode 42: Finding the best fit for your knowledge – Jill Sharfman, NC, BCHN®
How do you discover your passion? I was recently interviewed on the official National Association of Nutrition Professionals podcast “Nourishing Your Practice” podcast! We spoke about my journey to becoming a holistic nutritionist after a long career in advertising and how the Let My People Eat podcast started. Do you know what you are passionate...
What is considered “normal” digestion, how many times a day should you go to the bathroom, have you experienced a “food coma,” and why our guest, Tehila Widenbaum says that living in an unhealthy world leads to an unhealthy gut!
What are your fear foods and safe foods, does healthy eating make you feel virtuous, is orthorexia a socially acceptable way to express eating disorders, and more with our guest, Rachel Tuchman, LMHC!
Why sometimes working backwards gets you where you need to be, what blood tests you should ask your doctor to run, are supplements a band-aid, and why our guest, Eve Elenhorn from Flavorful FIT, believes that you need to be your own best health advocate!
We give you a step-by-step guide to Passover Prep, whether you are a novice or have tons of experience. We share why simple is always better when it comes to menu planning, tips for when the Seder falls on Motzei Shabbos, and much more with our guest, Hana Itzhaki, who says, “don’t be a martyr!”
We talk about scrapes, strains, burns and when you need to call for help with EMT Charna Goldsmith! Also, learn how Judge Ruchie Freier and Ezras Nashim are reclaiming Jewish women’s roles in the medical field!