#013: From Home Chef to CEO of a National Brand with Angela Mavridis
Body Wise Podcast
Cristina talks with Angela Bicos Mavridis, founder of TRIBALÍ Foods. Angela discovered the nurturing power of real foods growing up in her grandmother’s Greek kitchen. After 30 years on a processed vegetarian diet, she listened to her body’s innate wisdom, started incorporating meat, and THRIVED. Angela is fulfilling her mission to make ancestral eating easier in the modern world, and might just change the food industry in the process. TOPICS: Meet Angela and TRIBALÍ Foods (00:18) Jumping into the market of consumer packaged goods (07:35) How to pursue your dream (12:42) Making healthy food work when you have no time (16:12) Food deserts and food insecurity, and making a difference (18:18) Balancing motherhood with entrepreneurship (22:04) Being the change within the packaged goods market (26:46) How to get your business off the ground and into the grocery store (31:19) Confidence and mindset of a change maker (35:14) RESOURCES: Don’t forget to support Body Wise Podcast by leaving a rating and a review on iTunes. Get the show notes and subscribe on your favorite podcast app! Find TRIBALÍ Foods online at TribaliFoods.com and on Instagram @tribalifoods GET BODY WISE: Find more from Cristina Curp at thecastawaykitchen.com, and on social media @thecastawaykitchen Find more from Laura Mar at cyclescience.org, and on social media @scienceandsisterhood Have questions for Laura and Cristina? Send your emails to WeBodyWise@gmail.com
Angela Mavridis On Optimzing Her Health Through an Ancestral Eating Style and Creating TRIBALÍ Foods Through Sourcing Sustainable and Delicious Ingredients
Today on the podcast we sit down with Angela Mavridis founder of TRIBALÍ Foods! As a kid in her grandmother’s kitchen in Greece, Angela discovered the nurturing power of real foods. Angela saw her grandmother happily cooking, a naturally paleo diet, from scratch — using only real organic, local, and heirloom foods. Ironically, back in the states, Angela’s dad owned a fast-food hamburger drive-thru serving up burgers, fries, and shakes. With a busy schedule, the family ordered dinner from their restaurant more often than not. On her quest for healthier eating, Angela became a vegetarian at the age of 13. As an adult, She was constantly bloated and tired -- and was suffering from a variety of unidentifiable health issues that were masked by modern medicine. She decided to go back to school and become a holistic nutritionist -- and after years of fueling her body with endless combinations of protein powders, shakes, supplements, and bars, she decided to return to her original way of eating when growing up in Greece. After 35-years as a vegetarian, she came to realize that clean animal meats paired with real, ancestral ingredients made her feel better physically and emotionally. Within days, her gut and digestive issues subsided and her body started to heal. Making it her mission to capture the magic of her grandmother’s kitchen in a way that fits into today’s busy lifestyles, Angela got cooking -- and her business was born. Today, TRIBALÍ Foods seeks and sources 100% organic high-quality animal meats — from grass fed and grass finished pastured beef to free-range chicken, humanely raised pork, and wild-caught seafood — to create a flavorful, versatile, and nutrient-dense centerpieces for wholesome, satisfying meals. On this episode, Angela takes us through her incredible personal journey as we discuss all things food, diet, meat industry, and TRIBALÍ. We can’t wait to hear what you think of this episode, so don’t forget to tag us on instagram @courageouswellness and let us know your thoughts! To learn more about TRIBALÍ Foods you can visit: https://tribalifoods.com Or follow her on Instagram at:https://www.instagram.com/tribalifoods/ Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Courageous Wellness! We release new episodes each #WellnessWednesday! You can also follow us on instagram @CourageousWellness and get in touch at https://www.courageouswellnesspodcast.com This episode is brought to you by Beekeepers Naturals! To receive 15% off your purchase visit www.beekeepersnaturals.com/courageouswellness and use code: courageouswellness (all one word) at checkout! We are so happy to offer our listeners 10% off on all Four Sigmatic superfood coffee and elixirs! For 10% off Four Sigmatic products visit www.foursigmatic.com and use the code: courageous at checkout!
Angela Mavridis: Starting Over, Going For It, and Keeping in Balance
The B.rad Podcast
Angela is the founder of Tribali Foods, makers of organic frozen burger patties of assorted creative flavors. The story of her entrepreneurial journey will inspire you to persevere through adversity and stay focused and resilient in pursuit of your dreams.Several years ago, Angela found herself a divorced mother of three young children, compelled to immediately switch from stay at home mom to breadwinner. She also was coming off a 35-year stint as a vegetarian and endurance athlete and experiencing what she described as a “hard drive crash.” In search of improved health and vitality, she cooked up a steak, took her first bite of meat in decades and loved it (condolences to those vegetarians who say the return to meat and are grossed out). This meal was the catalyst for Angela to transform her diet and dive deep into the primal/paleo scene, and also set the stage for her eventual entrepreneurial adventure. She started buying quality meats at Whole Foods, getting a meat grinder off Amazon, and experimenting at home with assorted exotic burger patties. After all, her family is in the restaurant business and she spent decades working at her father’s hamburger stands in Southern California. Soon, her friends were begging for more and the butchers at Whole Foods were wondering what she was doing with all of her purchases! This led to a meeting with national Whole Foods buyers, who loved her samples and concept, and told her that if she could go start a business and get a product to market, they would place a big order. How’s that for marching orders?! Angela immersed herself into this project, has enjoyed great initial success, and is eager to continue growing. However, we all know how difficult it is to maintain balance in modern life, and Angela has had some awakenings and recalibrations along the way that are valuable to reflect upon. She conveys that with the company’s destiny riding on her shoulders, she has to be in top physical and mental form, well rested and refreshed at all times. Witness her participation in pitch contests, where she endures a Shark Tank-like interrogation to attract potential investors. For this reason, she has established winning patterns and routines, such as making time for a daily walk, along with regular outings with her kids away from the frenzy of the office. She is committed to taking care of herself from the inside-out, and hearing about how she is making it work will inspire you to do the same. Angela’s journey will remind you that while the road to success isn’t easy, there is no doubt that it is always worth taking a leap of faith to pursue your passions...and hey, while you’re hard at work, super busy chasing your dreams, why not order a couple of Tribali burgers to keep in your freezer, so you can ensure that you are keeping yourself nourished, energized, and healthy! TIMESTAMPS: Angela Mavridis was a vegetarian until she started her successful business. [05:25] Where did the name Tribali come from? [09:39] She did not have any digestive issues when she switched after 35 of vegetarianism. [11:05] After her making patties in her own kitchen, she was discovered by Whole Foods. [14:33] Being a single mother, she has learned about balance. [22:56] We are strongly influenced by the behaviors of people around us. [29:34] Angela compares her life in Greece with her life in U.S. Big Difference! [31:33] Angela had a good awakening when she discovered how much she was spending her time in her business rather than with family.[38:08} Brad and Angela point out the importance of meditation. [41:40]Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-get-over-yourself-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
#152 Vegetarian Hormone Effects with Angela Mavridis
The Keto Diet Podcast
How to shift to eating meat, the challenges that come with deciding to incorporate animal protein again, and how food affects individuals. RESOURCES Questions? Ask me! Why I stopped being vegan Keto for women book My cookbook is out now! Four Sigmatic coupon code:KETO for 15% off ButcherBox deal + additional $20 off
Angela Mavridis grew up in the heart of the Mediterranean, eating fresh, whole foods. After moving to the United States, Angela became a vegetarian for many years, only to realize that the vegetarian diet was taking a toll on her health. Following a Paleo lifestyle once again, Angela is now the owner of Tribali Foods, a company that sources organic, high-quality meats. In today's podcast episode, she talks with JJ about whether or not you should eat meat and why the quality of your protein is key. Listen as Angela shares what you need to look for when choosing protein and how to understand nutrition labels, including the difference between terms like organic, grass-fed, and pasture-raised. Find out how to change your plate – one bite at a time! Freebies From Today’s Episode Get 15% off at Tribali Foods by going to JJVirgin.com/tribali Main Points From Today’s Episode Meat isn’t evil! What matters is how it’s raised, how it’s prepared, and what it’s eaten. Organic, grass-fed and grass-finished beef means that it’s free of antibiotics, pesticides, and hormones. It also has a better profile of fatty acids and is higher in certain vitamins and minerals. When it comes to protein, Angela eats from the rainbow. That includes high-quality sources of protein like salmon, lamb, venison, beef, and poultry. Episode Play-By-Play [2:10] Angela’s career briefing [2:55] Listener’s review on iTunes [4:33] Angela’s journey from Paleo to confusion to back again [6:55] Over time, a vegan and vegetarian diet took a toll on Angela’s health. [8:06] How Angela handles conflicting messages about nutrition [9:41] It’s important to figure out what works for you [11:37] Understanding food labels [13:05] It’s key to eat as whole and as real as you can. [13:22] Sources of protein: what organic, grass-fed, and grass-finished means, and why it matters [14:41] The difference between pasture-raised and free-range chicken [15:22] What to look for when buying seafood [17:09] What made Angela decide to start her own food business [20:34] Products available at Tribali Foods [22:50] The importance of choosing quality over quantity [24:40] If you want to lose weight even faster, here’s the two-word secret: Extra Fiber! [26:16] Listener’s question: How much protein should I be eating? [28:50] You also need to be sure that you’re digesting your protein well. [29:45] Factors that can shift your protein requirements Mentioned in this episode: EWG's Seafood Guide Vital Choice Extra Fiber Metabolic Digestive Balance The Virgin Diet 7-Day Stop, Drop & Swap Challenge Jjvirgin.com JJ Virgin Official Facebook page JJ Virgin on Instagram JJ Virgin on YouTube
Episode 080: All about the Beef Part 3: Angela Mavridis of Tribali Foods - October 29, 2018
The Appropriate Omnivore with Aaron Zober
Aaron Zober continues with the All about the Beef series. After talking about fresh meat in the first two episodes, he now switches the focus to frozen meals. Aaron recently discovered that it's possible to find frozen meals that use grass fed beef and other pastured animals, as well as are free of sugar and hard to read ingredients. He talks with Angela Mavridis, the founder and CEO of Tribali Foods. Angela talks about how she got into starting a company which makes frozen grass fed beef patties. It involved her going to Greece and learning about how there they cooking from scratch — using only real organic, local, and heirloom foods. In fact, paleo is a Greek work. Angela talks about all of this led to where she is today and what we can expect from Tribali Foods in the future.
Episode 113 – Angela Mavridis goes from vegetarian runner to keto powerhouse
The Ketogenic Athlete Podcast
Today Brian and Danny are joined by a reformed vegetarian/pescatarian who has turned keto and never looked back. Angela has always been seeking out the best possible nutrition options possible. She has done it all it seems. From long distance athlete, weight lifting, she’s a nutritionist and has launched her own national food brand. You do not want to miss out on this episode! Fascinating Facts Brian – Monkeys technically do not have feet. They are technically classified as having four hands Danny – Consuming too much coffee while in a large amount of stress can cause you to experience schizophrenic like symptoms Angela – The two languages that were up for worldwide language choice were English or Greek Contact info for Angela – Website: https://tribalifoods.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tribalifoods/ Get your tickets today for KetoCon before tickets sell out at http://www.ketocon.org/shop Check out this recap video of all the awesomeness from KetoCon 2018. 2019 is going to be even better! WEBSITE: TheKetogenicAthlete.com PODCAST: The Ketogenic Athlete Podcast FACEBOOK GROUP: The Ketogenic Athlete INSTAGRAM: @Ketocounterculture WEBSITE: Ketovangelist.com FACEBOOK GROUP: Ketogenic Success INSTAGRAM: @Ketovangelist Ketovangelist Unlimited is now on Patreon. Check it out and all the available benefits now at http://www.patreon.com/ketovangelistunlimited WEBSITE: Ketovangelistkitchen.com PODCAST: The Ketovangelist Kitchen Podcast FACEBOOK GROUP: Ketovangelist Kitchen Your 28-Day Quick Start Guide To Health, Fat-Burning, & Weight Loss Kickassketo.org/ The post Episode 113 – Angela Mavridis goes from vegetarian runner to keto powerhouse appeared first on The Ketogenic Athlete.
Raising Healthy Kids, Impacts of Stress, + Meat Quality with Angela Mavridis of Tribali Foods -- #050
Keto For Women Show
When it comes to keto, there is always something new to learn and discover! Tune in as Angela Mavridis, the founder of Tribali Foods, shares about how she relied on the ketogenic diet to help with her own health issues in the past. As a holistic nutritionist and a single mom, she also talks about how to incorporate a healthy lifestyle when raising your kids. Visit http://www.shawnmynar.com/ketoforwomen/ for complete show notes of every podcast episode Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep. 34: Interview with Angela Mavridis of Tribali Foods
On today's fun interview episode, I chat with founder and CEO of Tribali Foods, Angela Mavridis. Angela heard the need for a convenient, real food protein option, and she put her kitchen skills and real food background to work to create 100% organic grass-fed and pastured frozen beef and chicken patties. We chat about her health journey, what led her to creating Tribali Foods, and what's next for this fast-growing company. Tune in for a great behind-the-scenes! -- Learn more about Tribali! www.tribalifoods.com On Instagram: @tribalifoods Available for purchase on Amazon Use promo code "nutritionunscripted" for 10% off your order only at www.tribalifoods.com -- Get in touch! email@example.com On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritionunscripted/ On Instagram: @nutritionunscripted With Ashley: https://www.facebook.com/ashleycastlenutrition @ashley_castle_nutrition ashleycastlenutrition.com Music by: bendsound.com
Angela Mavridis Of TRIBALÍ Foods On Resonating With Your Tribe
TRIBALÍ's clean, simple packaging communicates their organic, grass-fed and Paleo certifications, stands out on the freezer shelf and helps communicate their brand's promise to that tribe. Angela Mavridis, TRIBALÍ's founder and CEO reflects that the investor pitch process forces you to learn every single aspect of the business.