THE 40: Goodbye Sweet Spuds + Skincare, Chemicals and Natural Personal Care Products

It has been real spud muffins, but alas, it’s time for me to move on from podcasting, but never fear, I’ll still be around the place, and you can definitely stay connected via the Facebook page; www.facebook.com/realsoupfortherealsoul or the blog; www.realsoupfortherealsoul.com Also … watch this space, because my book is getting published in the foreseeable… Continue reading THE 40: Goodbye Sweet Spuds + Skincare, Chemicals and Natural Personal Care Products

THE 39: Plant Based Diets – Do it Right with Elly McLean

Vegetarian and Vegan diets are good for us and good for the planet right? Yes … and no, but mainly yes! They can be extremely therapeutic, nourishing and sustainable, but you need to know what you’re missing out on and where to get it instead. Listen in sweet spuds, because on this call you have… Continue reading THE 39: Plant Based Diets – Do it Right with Elly McLean

THE 38: Not Just A Pill – Exploring the Oral Contraceptive Pill with Dr Andrea Huddleston

This is an important one spud muffins; if you are thinking of taking the pill, on the pill, know someone on the pill, or have simply heard of the pill, then this is a great episode to listen to. Find out the merits, the risks and everything in between as I interview the unofficial ‘period… Continue reading THE 38: Not Just A Pill – Exploring the Oral Contraceptive Pill with Dr Andrea Huddleston

THE 37: Digestion Revisited

I’m back from my break spud muffins – and today, we’re talking digestion. Yeah, I know, been there done that, but today is different … we are literally walking through the digestive process step by step. It is so much easier to appreciate the gut and your food when you understand just how much work… Continue reading THE 37: Digestion Revisited

THE 35: Intuitive Eating

It can be super-tricky to navigate all the “diets” out there, especially as a young, vulnerable teenager. We’re only just beginning to have control and choice around the foods we put into our body and we are bombarded with conflicting nutritional information. Let’s quieten the noise and start listening to our own cues. Your body,… Continue reading THE 35: Intuitive Eating

THE 34: The Real Food Athlete With Steph Lowe

Steph Lowe is one of my favourite people to learn from – the work she does is thought-leading, educational and so very, very needed in this world (so thanks Steph – keep going you good thing). She’s one of Australia’s leading sports nutritionists, a lady that loves to get real on current research, debunk food… Continue reading THE 34: The Real Food Athlete With Steph Lowe

THE 32: The Truth About Naturopaths with Jules Galloway

Today we are lucky enough to be joined again by one of my favourite health professionals (and one of my favourite¬†kiddlets in general), naturopath Jules Galloway. Last time she was on the show, we talked about different eating styles and avoiding trends “just ’cause”. She’s got an awesome approach to health, practical, common sense living… Continue reading THE 32: The Truth About Naturopaths with Jules Galloway

THE 30: The Skinny on Fat

I’ve been wanting to do this episode for over a year now, but I’ve put it off because I thought “Rachie-bear, you really should get someone a bit more qualified on with you to nut this one out”. But then I figured, “hey, I’m almost a qualified clinical nutritionist myself, I can probably tackle the… Continue reading THE 30: The Skinny on Fat

THE 29: Malissa Fedele – Regaining Self Esteem

Today is a quick but happy and bubbly podcast with one of my close friends Malissa. Malissa is one of the kindest, brightest and most genuinely confident (not to be confused with cocky – she’s very humble) people in my life. However for a short period at the end of high school, Malissa who had… Continue reading THE 29: Malissa Fedele – Regaining Self Esteem

THE 27: From Hyperactivity to Fit and Thriving With Chiara-Lee Soll

This week I interview 15 year-old Chiara-Lee Soll. When she was 10 years old she was hyperactive. She distracted her classmates, she couldn’t concentrate on hew schoolwork and she struggled to stay focused enough to excel in her favourite sport; basketball. Her breaking point was when she didn’t get accepted into the same basketball team… Continue reading THE 27: From Hyperactivity to Fit and Thriving With Chiara-Lee Soll