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Sophie Uliano

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EP #976: Eating Clean Without Breaking the Bank with Sophie Uliano

Health Power (Formerly "Naturally Savvy")

Lisa is joined by Sophie Uliano, Certified Holistic Nutritionist and New York Times bestselling author, who shares that you can eat clean without breaking the bank! 


19 Nov 2020

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Sophie Uliano Shares Her Tips for Vibrant Health After 50

Feisty Side of Fifty

Are you tired of feeling lousy, lethargic and discouraged about your body and your health? If so, you are going to want to be sure to hear what our guest today has to say. Sophie Uliano is a New York Times best-selling author, a media personality and a board-certified nutritionist and health coach. Sophie specializes in helping women over 50 lose unwanted pounds and prevent disease. And she is also one of the very first experts to put eco-conscious and healthy living on the forefront of the health movement.Sophie is joining us today to share ways that we can lose weight, maximize our health and wellbeing and regain our zest for life. If you care about aging well, staying healthy and thriving in your later years, you won’t want to miss this one!


26 Aug 2020

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Walk + Talk with Sophie Uliano

The Weekly Walk

Join Joyce & Sophie Uliano, New York Times best-selling author and healthy living expert for a casual conversation you can walk to.


24 Jan 2020

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212: Food Heals Q&A With Gorgeously Green’s Sophie Uliano and Sexy Fit Vegan Ella Magers

Food Heals

Today there’s a lot of blonde power in the recording studio! We’re asking two top health & wellness experts your burning health questions. Sophie Uliano is a nutritionist, green beauty expert, and best-selling author of the Gorgeously Green series of books. She runs retreats and events that empower women to transform from the inside out and be the healthiest they can be. This blonde bombshell taught Julia Roberts and Oprah how to go green BEFORE green was cool. Check out previous episodes 178, 185 and 200 for Sophie’s story and more gorgeously green lifestyle tips. Ella Magers was named one of Shape Magazine’s Top 50 Hottest Trainers in America, and we testify that she’s really hot - and vegan. She’s the author of Six Weeks to Sexy Abs, a book that will transform how you exercise for good. Vegan for 23 years, Ella runs online coaching programs helping people make the transition to a plant-based diet and healthy lifestyle. Check out episodes 97, 169 and 170 for Ella’s story. 1: How much exercise do we really need? The latest scientific research says the optimum amount of exercise is 60 minutes a day. Sounds like a lot, but you don’t have to do it all in one go: you can break it up. If you’re busy, do 10 minutes kettlebell in the morning, throw in a bit of high speed walking at lunchtime, and a spot of yoga in the afternoon. Simply being active in your day to day soon adds up when it comes to fitness. Even tidying up can help you work up a sweat. Consider your goals. If you’re focusing on long term health, lower impact exercise is a good choice. If you’re looking for fast results, go for high-intensity workouts. Ultimately, it’s about finding a balance between the two that works for you. 2: I like to drink a glass of wine every day. I’ve got a pretty healthy routine otherwise, but I just need that glass. Is it ok to have wine? Be plant-powered, eat your greens, and enjoy that glass of wine guilt-free. Firstly, wine is packed with antioxidants, in moderation it’s practically a health food (check out Dr. Cabral’s episode where he shares the secrets to drinking healthily). When you deny yourself something you love, you end up compensating by binging on something else. It’s more important to listen to your body. Definitely don’t feel guilty, because guilt changes the molecular structure of our bodies. So pour yourself that glass of wine, and enjoy every sip. 3: What’s the deal with SPF? Is the sun giving us skin cancer or is it good for us? What are you best recommendations for healthy sunscreen? The sun is not the devil. In fact, vitamin D is vital and you should get between 2000-5000 IU every day. A little bit of sunshine is ok (although definitely avoid the baby oil and the aluminum foil), but you need to be cautious and protect yourself from harmful rays. Our top tips: Wear a hat and non-toxic sunblock. You can make your own by mixing coconut oil and zinc oxide. Avoid conventional sunscreens, they’re packed with hormone-disrupting chemicals and don’t even work. Think about your diet. The more toxic you are, the more you’ll burn. 4: Colonics and enemas. Hype or healing tools? There’s a ton of conflicting information out there. Some say it’s lifesaving, others say it might kill you. The truth is somewhere in between. As a short-term fix or to kickstart your healing journey, they can work miracles. In fact, many Food Heals guests have had positive experiences with them. But some say washing away your microbiome is a bad idea, and colonics shouldn’t be relied upon long-term. If you eat clean and if you’re healthy, you don’t necessarily need colonics because you’re giving your digestive system everything it needs to function and support a healthy gut. The body is clever, it naturally detoxifies, and we can assist it in a gentle way by eating certain herbs and vegetables like cilantro, milk thistle and leafy greens. 5: What are the best green products for hair? Evolve H do a great starter kit for hair. Totally green non-toxic hair care. Bogavia do a delicious shampoo, conditioner and serum that really deliver. EO Products shampoos and conditioners are gluten-free, organic, and infused with essential oils that helps your hair grow. 6: How do you kick a Starbucks addiction? If you’re trying to kick the coffee habit, you can try a matcha tea shot instead. It will really energize you without giving you the jitters. Or give Hiball a try, they give you a natural lift. If it’s the take-out coffee habit you’re trying to shift, then look at it from an economic, health, and environment perspective. You can buy really good organic ethical tea or coffee, organic plant milk with no nasties added, make it at home and take it with you in a reusable cup… not only do you save money, but you avoid chemical-packed non-organic coffee and sugary milks (saving your health), and don’t contribute to the mountain of plasticized coffee cups polluting the oceans (saving the planet). When it comes to coffee with benefits, you can’t go wrong with Foursigmatic, instant coffee infused with medicinal mushrooms. 7: What are your thoughts on drinking aloe vera gel? Aloe vera can be good for food poisoning because it flushes you out and helps the intestinal tract to heal. However, you need to use it with caution, because it can be powerful and some people are super sensitive to it. In small amounts it can be delicious, you can mix it with lemon and mint for a healthy healing lemonade.  8: What are some tips to move out of food addiction and into a healthy relationship with our food? The first thing to acknowledge is that food is just a symptom of disordered eating. The cause is deeper. So switching to veganism or vegetarianism doesn’t automatically cure food addiction. You need to begin by exploring what sits behind those behaviors. What are the thoughts and beliefs fueling your eating patterns? Ultimately, when we reconnect to self-love, and are mindful of what is driving us to crave another serving of ice-cream (vegan or not), we can step out of disordered eating and into a healthy relationship with food.  Being hailed as “Sex and the City for Food,” The Food Heals Podcast brings together experts in the field of nutrition, health and healing to teach you the best-kept natural secrets to being a hotter, healthier, happier YOU! The Food Heals Podcast is hosted by Allison Melody and Suzy Hardy – two self-proclaimed natural chicks who will rock your world and change your beliefs about health! This sexy, savvy duo provides eco-friendly advice on a variety of issues including the healing power of nutrition, living authentically, turning your passion into your career, choosing the best natural health and beauty products, the benefits of a plant-based diet and so much more!

1hr 1min

17 Jul 2018

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081: Living a Green Life with Sophie Uliano

Highest Self Podcast®

Want to live a more plant-based, eco-friendly life but don't know where to start? This episode is for you. I sat down with my dear friend Sophie Uliano, New York Times Best-Selling Author of Gorgeously Green, to discuss all things hormonal balance, adrenal fatigue, plant-based nutrition, sustainable living, green household products, essential oils and more. What I love about Sophie is she makes it fun, relatable and accessible to anyone, making you want to live a more green life from a place of joy, rather than fear. She gives some great tips on how to get started so tune in! Come join Sophie's Gorgeous for Good Wellness Weekend Retreat in Los Angeles June 9-10 with code "sahara" for 20% off. I'll be there too and can't wait to meet you! Be part of a community that supports you discovering your dharma in Rose Gold Goddesses, the sacred sisterhood collective with community, content, creativity and so much more — learn more about rosegoldgoddesses.com. http://sophieuliano.com/gorgeousforgoodla/ Intro + Outro Music: Silent Ganges by Maneesh de Moor Discover your Dharma with my free quiz at https://iamsahararose.com/ Connect with me for daily Ayurvedic and modern spiritual wisdom at: Instagram.com/iamsahararose Facebook.com/iamsahararose Twitter.com/iamsahararose Order My Books Eat Feel Fresh + Idiot's Guide to Ayurveda: https://www.iamsahararose.com/books By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that the entire contents are the property of Sahara Rose, or used by Sahara Rose with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of the Sahara Rose, which may be requested by contacting pr@iamsahararose.com. This podcast is for educational purposes only. The host claims no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the information presented herein.


1 Jun 2018

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35: Sophie Uliano - Become Gorgeous for Good

Unpause Your Life

Sophie tells us a bit about herself and shares some of her secrets to boundless morning energy, like drinking Kyo Greens. Listen in to hear about her belief in self-care as a key to a healthy life. She mentions sleep, nourishment, discipline, and exercise in her daily routine and explains why these are important.SleepTune in to get Sophie’s advice on sleep. She covers little things you can avoid and steps to take to get yourself into a healthy sleep routine. Magnesium, essential oils and reading a book are on her list! You will find this very useful.We discuss how different we are and how we have to adopt the right techniques for our body types and mental preferences.Sophie’s advice is to find your sweet spot. “Your body has innate wisdom.” She shares her belief that YOU DO know the answers and your instinct will guide you.How to startJoin us to hear Sophie’s advice. Her analogy of a Wellness Bank Account is a great way of explaining how to start the process! Her idea is simple and makes all your effort easy to acknowledge.Sophie shares her secret of building on your steps and progression. Simple actions such as brushing your teeth or just wearing the right clothing are discussed. You will enjoy hearing how these little things can motivate you.In line with her belief that the mind follows, her motto is “Do it no matter what.”BackgroundSophie Uliano is New York Times best-selling author of Gorgeously Green, and has written 3 additional books on healthy living. She was featured on Oprah’s Earth Day show, where she taught Julia Roberts and Oprah her everyday gorgeously green tips. Sophie created an accessible doorway for the average person to walk through to live a more holistic way of life. She took green out of the yurt and into the real world. Good Housekeeping dubbed Sophie, “A Mary Poppins for the new Millennium”.Sophie contributes as a healthy living reporter to the Huffington Post and numerous TV shows. She is a board-certified holistic nutritionist, yoga teacher, and wellness educator. Sophie creates weekly video content with two new YouTube videos, and two-to-three regular Facebook lives, which collectively have a reach of close to 2 million women across the globe.How to find SophieSophie Uliano on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gorgeouslygreen/Website: http://sophieuliano.com/about-sophie/More about Kyolic and Kyo Greens: http://www.kyolic.com/kyolic-products-page/greens-superfoods/Catch her Wellness Weekend in LA from 9- 10 June at the Line Hotel. You can find out more here: http://sophieuliano.com/g4gla/—–More info – http://unpauseyourlife.comSponsored by:The Addictions Academy – The Nation’s Leading Accredited Addiction Treatment Services, Recovery/Sober Coaching & Intervention Training Academy: https://theaddictionsacademy.com/Hassle-Free Books – You have a message to share, it shouldn’t be so difficult to get it out to the world. Become an author in a little as 45 days: http://hasslefreebooks.comMusic courtesy of Crowfly – http://crowflyrocks.com/


31 May 2018

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Get Ready with Me with Sophie Uliano

Natch Beaut

Honeys, what a treat today! Sophie Uliano is an expert on all things healthy living and green beauty, and we chat about her decision to go vegan, giving her best selling book to Oprah, DIY skincare, and her full beauty routine. We hope to see you at th... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 13mins

18 May 2018

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200: Busting Beauty Myths and How to Get Gorgeous For Good with Sophie Uliano

Food Heals

She makes green sexy and cool, she’s a best-selling author and eco Marry Poppins for the new Millennium. We couldn’t think of anyone better to celebrate 200 episodes of the Food Heals Podcast: the gorgeous Sophie Uliano. If you’ve tried and tried to make good habits stick but never quite got there, Sophie’s got the perfect event for you. But first, we’re going to bust some health & beauty myths. Myth 1: Synthetic chemicals are bad, and “natural” ingredients always better and safer. Well, first off, the term “natural” is not regulated at all, so anyone can put that on their label. And when it comes to synthetics, well, that just means “made in a lab.” Let’s take the top four ingredients that really make a difference to your skin: Vitamin C (in the form of ascorbic acid), retinoids, hydroxyacids and peptides. These need to be used in their synthetic forms to be stable. They might be “chemicals” but they’re completely safe for your skin. Best Skin Care Ingredients to Fade Sun Spots Fast: For sensitive skin/prone to breakouts: beta hydroxyl acid (BHA) that contains willow bark which will also gets rid of your black heads. For not so sensitive skin: alpha hydroxy acid to melt away the dead skin cells and reveal your glow. Our favorite brands: Sunshine Botanicals Pumpkin Power Peal; Alpha H; MyChell. Myth 2: Everyone should use retinols. Yes, but also no. Actually, retinols are something everyone should use because as our skin gets older, it thins - that’s what makes under eyes appearing darker. Retinoids help to thicken skin. BUT prescription-strength retinoids can be too harsh and cause damage. It’s all in the dosage. You need a tiny amount, and if your skin is sensitive you need to look out for the gentler forms of retinol. Myth 3: Lectins are really bad for you. Lectins are protein molecules found in almost all vegetables. They’re the plant’s protection mechanism, so can cause digestive upset if eaten raw because some lectins are toxic, for example the ones found in red kidney beans (phytohaemagglutinin) - which is why you should never eat a raw bean! But lately everyone’s been talking about how bad they are for you, and how “dangerous” it may be to eat plants. Let’s get real: there’s no way eating a wholefoods plant-based diet is ever dangerous. It’s the most natural way of eating. What’s more, most lectins are destroyed by cooking. Myth 4: Juicing is better than smoothies. Juices are great, but smoothies are better. Mother Nature created the whole fruit - when you juice you take out so many of the healing nutrients, like the fiber, which keeps your digestive system ticking over nicely. It’s important to eat the whole plant, and smoothies help you do exactly that. Smoothies win. Want more gorgeously green tips from Sophie? Check out our Thanksgiving and New Year’s episodes! Gorgeous for Good Weekend Intensive with Sophie Uliano; June 9th & 10th Busting myths is one of the steps you can take to get gorgeous for good. But if you’ve never quite been able to stick to those healthy habits long-term, we’ve got the perfect solution for you. Join Sophie Uliano in LA on June 9th to 10th for the Gorgeous for Good Weekend Intensive. For 2 days, you will be supported by Sophie’s tribe of wellness warriors, hormone educators, doctors, healers and mindful meditation teachers, so you can learn all the aspects of wellness you need to become gorgeous for good. This is a beautifully nourishing and supporting retreat, where you will be surrounded by like-minded women. You will make soul-connections that will last a lifetime. Plus, you will walk away with an enormous swag bag worth over $1000, full of gorgeously green beauty products. Move fast and use the code FOODHEALS20 to get 20% off the early bird ticket price. Italian Retreat June 2nd to 9th Speaking of life-long soul connections, we have just 2 spots left on our Vegan Italian Getaway on the Amalfi Coast. How about sampling organic vegan wine and olive oil grown and made on the property? Join us for beautiful (infinity)poolside conversations, learn to cook with Leslie, share experiences with like-minded women and create life-long bonds in the most beautiful setting in the world. Email us or send us a FB message for details! Oh, and 2 words: vegan gelato. See you there! Being hailed as “Sex and the City for Food,” The Food Heals Podcast brings together experts in the field of nutrition, health and healing to teach you the best-kept natural secrets to being a hotter, healthier, happier YOU! The Food Heals Podcast is hosted by Allison Melody and Suzy Hardy – two self-proclaimed natural chicks who will rock your world and change your beliefs about health! This sexy, savvy duo provides eco-friendly advice on a variety of issues including the healing power of nutrition, living authentically, turning your passion into your career, choosing the best natural health and beauty products, the benefits of a plant-based diet and so much more!

1hr 9mins

8 May 2018

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Sophie Uliano + Yoga Is Vegan

The Victoria Moran Podcast: Meetings With Remarkable Women

Yoga is vegan, according to our first guest, Holly Skodis, VLCE, and after we learn about that, we’ll talk with New York Times best-selling author Sophie Uliano, who brought the world the concept of being gorgeously green. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 1min

19 Apr 2018

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388: Sophie Uliano | Living Your Purpose and the Oprah Effect

The Create Your Own Life Show

Sophie Uliano New York Times best selling author, certified holistic nutritionist, wellness educator. Sophie has created the first ever Digital Wellness Retreat, and hosts several offline retreats throughout the year. Sophie has a You Tube channel, Gorgeously Green, where she posts twice weekly videos. And she has grown her overall social media reach to over 2 million women monthly.


19 Mar 2018