JARR kombucha are serious game changers, shaking up how we perceive soda alternatives and totally disrupting the kombucha scene in the UK. Join co-founders Adam and Neil as they tell us how their little start up is the talk of London town, their cool plans with WholeFoods, and why their booch is different from everything else on the market. PLUS, we go deep and answer some listener questions on how to homebrew your own kombucha.
Alright team, today we’re talking to big baller Izy Hossack of Top With Cinnamon about her new book, The Savvy Cooke. We also talk about Izy’s journey with food and how it changed by studying the science nutrition and how being around other nutrition students can be a kinda intense experience. We also talk a lot about processed food and how that’s not really a helpful way to describe food. Maybe surprisingly, we talk about even when you’re the New Nigella, it’s hard not to stress about likes on social media. Find out what ish bloggers have been saying lately, and why I got into trouble last time Izy was on.
This week's show was recorded in front of a live audience at the DSMG 1st birthday party! I talk to the super cool & super inspiring Jada Sezer, model and mental health/self esteem advocate. We discuss her background in psychology which led her to a career helping young women develop self confidence and self believe through body positivity and positive mental health messages (the trojan horse!). We also talk about the world of plus size modelling and the whole curves trend. Plus, audience member questions about the impact of social media on mental health and the cooption of body positivity by diet culture.
You’ll remember Chloé Brotheridge from episode 45; she’s an anxiety expert and author of The Anxiety Solution. In this bonus episode she leads us through a ten minute guided meditation into the control room of your mind to help you find stillness and confidence, and reduce stress and anxiety. Make sure you’re sat down somewhere comfortable and quiet for ten minutes. Chloé’s voice is so soothing and she doesn’t make you sit in silence for ages, so this is a great place to start if you’re like, not a meditation person.