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Conversations with Jessica Murnane

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The OG of Wellness Podcasts

By sarahelizabethla - May 22 2020
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Jessica is the best and down to earth interviewers. Jessica and One Part Plant has helped me turn to a plant based lifestyle with easy and excitement. Love love every episode.

More food stuff please!

By other emily g - Aug 26 2019
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Good podcast, but I’d like more nutrition-related topics

iTunes Ratings

588 Ratings
Average Ratings
552
22
4
6
4

The OG of Wellness Podcasts

By sarahelizabethla - May 22 2020
Read more
Jessica is the best and down to earth interviewers. Jessica and One Part Plant has helped me turn to a plant based lifestyle with easy and excitement. Love love every episode.

More food stuff please!

By other emily g - Aug 26 2019
Read more
Good podcast, but I’d like more nutrition-related topics
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Rank #1: Episode 95: Are You An Empath? + Strategies For Sensitive People With Dr. Judith Orloff

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This week is the season finale and WOW do we have a huge finale guest! We’re talking to psychiatrist, empath, and best-selling author, Dr. Judith Orloff. No really. Do you understand how fortunate we are to get to learn from this incredible woman? It’s huge. 

Judith and I discuss what it means to be an empath, her proven coping strategies, dealing with energy vampires, and why she told me to “mind my own business” (favorite part of the show). 

Here’s Judith: 

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Show Notes:  
Know Your Endo Website + IG
Dr. Judith Orloff’s Website + Community Support Page
Empath Quiz 
Events and Workshops 
Judith’s Books:
Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies For Sensitive People
Emotional Freedom
Positive Energy: 10 Extraordinary Prescriptions for Transforming Fatigue, Stress and Fear into Vibrance, Strength, and Love
Second Sight

December Plant Of The Month Club Recipes
One Part Plant: A Simple Guide To Eating Real, One Meal At A Time

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Dec 07 2017

56mins

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Rank #2: Episode 38: Diet Culture, Emotional Eating, And Learning To Love Your Body With Isabel Foxen Duke

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This week I’m talking to body-positive advocate and emotional-eating expert Isabel Foxen Duke. Former OPP guest Katie Dalebout suggested her as a guest, and I’m so glad she did! Isabel really brought it to this episode. 

In our chat, Isabel and I discuss how she landed in rehab after abusing drugs to control her weight, her path from working in finance to becoming a certified health coach, the problem with our diet culture, and the number one thing she believes you have to change in order to have a healthy relationship with food. 

Here’s Isabel:

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Show Notes:
Isabel’s Website + Instagram
Stop Fighting Food
Sarah Jenks
Kris Carr
MindBodyGreen
Integrative Nutrition
Breaking Free From Emotional Eating by Geneen Roth
Raw Chocolate Avocado Pudding
Lula Cafe (July 13th Farm Dinner!)


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Jul 02 2015

1hr 5mins

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Rank #3: Episode 69: Aligning With The Real YOU + Using Criticism As Fuel With Amanda Chantal Bacon of Moon Juice

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Today’s guest is Amanda Chantal Bacon of Moon Juice. I’ll have to say that this is one of my favorite interviews of the season – because of a big piece of advice that Amanda gave. I almost cancelled therapy for the week because of it. It resonated with me that much. 

Amanda and I discuss how her wellness journey began with an intervention at a grocery store as a child, how (as an introvert) she’s able to recharge with her busy schedule, why she actually believes triggering negative criticism can be a good thing, and how we all have our own superpower within us. 

Here’s Amanda: 

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SHOW NOTES:
Moon Juice’s Website + Instagram
Moon Juice cookbook
Ally Hilfiger episode
Moon Juice Beauty Latte 

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Dec 01 2016

52mins

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Rank #4: Episode 104: Building Confidence + Letting Our Disclaimers Go With Candice Kumai

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This week, I’m talking to Candice Kumai. Candice is a classically trained chef, former tv host and former-model-turned wellness journalist, & five-time, best-selling author. This month, she’s releasing her sixth and most powerful book, Kintsugi Wellness. 

Candice and I talk about how confidence is contagious, the Japanese principles she uses to find a more balanced life, eating the frog, and how her struggles over the years have only fueled her to do more. 

P.S. It’s the season finale! We’ll be back in June…and I cannot even wait for you to hear the guests we have in store. 

Here’s Candice: 

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Show Notes:  
Candice Kumai’s Website + Instagram
Kintsugi Wellness: The Japanese Art Of Nourishing Mind, Body, and Spirit
Clean Green Eats: 100+ Clean Eating Recipes To Improve Your Whole Life 
Candice x Girlboss (How To Turn Your Instagram Into Cash Money Without Selling Your Soul)
Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways To Stop Procrastinating & Get More Done In Less Time
Creamy Coconut Matcha Almond Milk Latte 
Clean Matcha Smoothie
Sweet Potato Soul Cookbook 
One Part Podcast Family Community Page
One Part Plant Cookbook

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Apr 12 2018

1hr 13mins

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Rank #5: Episode 111: The Grandma Principles of Health + Being Honest vs. Being Negative with Daphne Javitch of Doing Well

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This week, I’m talking to Daphne Javitch. Daphne is a holistic nutrition and lifestyle coach and the founder of Doing Well. 

Daphne and I discuss getting back to the basics of health (the “grandma principles” like sleep, drinking water, having fun), how the self-care movement has gone too far, what her definition of health is, and connecting through the positive (not the negative). Plus she answers all the OPP Fam questions! 

Here’s Daphne:

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Show Notes:  
One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
Daphne’s Website + Instagram 
Mississippi Vegan Episode 
Rose Marie Swift Episode 
Autumn Wellness Retreat 
One Part Podcast Family Community Page


Daphne’s Juice Recipe: 

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Aug 23 2018

1hr 18mins

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Rank #6: Season Finale! Episode 123: The Pill + Post-Birth Control Syndrome + Hormone Balancing with Dr. Jolene Brighten

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It’s the season finale! This week, I’m talking to Dr. Jolene Brighten. Dr. Brighten is a Functional Medicine Naturopathic Doctor and the founder of Rubus Health, a women’s medicine clinic that specializes in women’s hormones. She is a recognized leader in Post-Birth Control Syndrome and the long-term side effects associated with hormonal contraceptives. Her new book, Beyond The Pill, is out now. 

In this episode, Dr. Brighten and I talk about post-birth control syndrome, the mood altering and damaging effects linked to the birth control pill, fertility, and non-hormonal birth control options. 

Here’s Dr. Brighten: 

Show Notes:  
Dr. Jolene’s Website + Instagram
Beyond The Pill: A 30-Day Program To Balance Your Hormones, Reclaim Your Body, and Reverse The Dangerous Effects Of The Birth Control Pill 
Rubus Health 
Book Bonuses 
IUD Article 

One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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Jan 31 2019

1hr 23mins

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Rank #7: Episode 138: Gut Health 101 + The Microbiome Explained + How To Build A Healthier Gut with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (Dr. B)

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This week, I’m talking to Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (Dr. B). Dr. B is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine and trained in internal medicine at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and gastroenterology at The University of North Carolina Hospitals. He has also earned a Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI) from Northwestern University. Dr. B’s highly anticipated book on gut health will be published in 2020 with Avery/Penguin Random House. 

Dr. B and I discuss the ins and outs of the microbiome, why more gut issues are on the rise, his take on the no-lectins craze, how eliminating entire foods groups can be damaging to the gut, the importance of plant-diversity in our diets, and his number one building block for a healthier gut. 

Here’s Dr. B: 

Show Notes:  
Dr. B’s Website + Instagram
American Gut Project
Rob Knight 
Plant Proof Podcast 
Simon Hill 
Benefiber 
Flax Meal 
Curry Recipe 

Hurricane Dorian Relief 
World Central Kitchen 
Global Giving 
Team Rubicon 
Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation 
Yacht Aid Global 

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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Sep 05 2019

1hr 27mins

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Rank #8: Episode 77: The Hidden Dangers In “Healthy” Food + Lectins Explained With Dr. Steven Gundry

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This week I’m talking to heart surgeon and author, Dr. Steven Gundry. We discuss the hidden dangers in “healthy” food, his research on lectins and their damaging effects on our bodies, and why you just need to eat before you go to a party. 

Here’s Dr. Steven Gundry: 

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SHOW NOTES: 
Chicago Printer Row Lit Fest Tickets 
Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers In “Healthy” Foods That Cause Disease + Weight Gain
Dr. Gundry’s Diet Evolution 
Dr. Gundry’s WebsiteInstagram + FB
Lectin Shield 
Mushroom Pizzas
One Part Plant Cookbook

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May 25 2017

52mins

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Rank #9: Episode 47: Overcoming The Fear Of Being Alone + Creating A Space With Meaning With Anne Sage Of Sage Living

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After reading the intro to Anne Sage’s new book, Sage Living: Decorate For The Life You Want, I immediately reached out to her and asked her to be on the podcast. It was that good. Lucky for all of us, she said yes. 

In this episode, I ask Anne to dive deeper into that intro, and she shares how she was able to overcome the fear of living/being alone, how she got through both a love and business divorce, what steps she took to live a happier and healthier life, and how she began to understand (and wrote a book about) the relationship between the spaces we live in and our interior lives. Sounds heavy…but there was lots of laughing, too. 

Here’s Anne: 

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The fear of being on my own, became less than the fear of being as unhappy as I was. - Anne Sage
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SHOW NOTES:
Anne’s Website + Instagram 
Sage Living: Decorate For The Life You Want (Anne’s Book)
Emily Johnston
Mulligatawny Recipe via My New Roots
Best Books To Give & Receive This Season

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And if you live in Indiana, they really need your help this year. Walmart is being a huge Grinch.

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Dec 07 2015

40mins

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Rank #10: Episode 81: Change Your Plate and Transform Your Life With Julie Piatt

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This week I’m talking to author, podcast host, chef, meditation guide, and singer (she does a lot of things), Julie Piatt. We discuss her new book(s), the impact of plant-based eating for our bodies and our planet, creating a judgement-free home, and why cheese is so nuts. 

Here’s Julie: 

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SHOW NOTES: 
Julie’s Website + Instagram
Julie’s Podcast
This Cheese Is Nuts
Seed Food + Wine Festival 
Sacred Space Miami 
Books & Books 
New Normal Project
Cowspiracy
Kip Andersen on One Part Podcast 
No Meat Athlete
Race To Nowhere
Mexican Brownies 
Plant Power Meal Planner
One Part Plant Tour Dates
One Part Plant Cookbook

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Jun 22 2017

1hr 5mins

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Rank #11: Episode 48: The Real Anti-Diet, Giving Yourself Permission To Eat, And Finding Closure (Or Not) With Kelsey Miller Of Big Girl

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I know that the title of this podcast is long. And I wanted to make it 20 times longer, because we covered so much great stuff in this episode. This week, I’m talking to Kelsey Miller. She’s a senior writer at Refinery 29, creator of The Anti-Diet Project, and author of the new book, Big Girl: How I Gave Up Dieting And Got A Life.

Kelsey and I talk about what it’s truly like inside the head of someone with disordered eating, what led her to start the Anti-Diet Project, what “giving yourself permission to eat” actually means and what it doesn’t, the traumatic childhood experience that shaped the way she saw her body, how she hopes speaking out about this experience might open the door for others, and why she doesn’t exactly believe in the idea of closure. 

Here’s Kelsey: 

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SHOW NOTES:
Big Girl: How I Gave Up Dieting And Got A Life (Kelsey’s book)
The Anti-Diet Project
Some of my favorites from the archives:
What Losing 100 Pounds Really Looks Like
I Try To Look At Myself As A Man That’s Really Hot For Me
The Problem With Fat Monica
Watermelon Smoothie Recipe
Kelsey’s Website + Instagram

We have to treat everybody with the reverence that their experience deserves. -Kelsey Miller
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My f'd up past is kind of present. -Kelsey Miller
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The liberating thing comes when you realize, things don’t happen linearly…almost EVER. -Kelsey Miller
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The closure part comes and goes. -Kelsey Miller
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Jan 11 2016

53mins

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Rank #12: Episode 43: Creating Meaning From Experience + The Art Of Not Being “Busy” With Adrianna Adarme Of A Cozy Kitchen

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This week I’m bringing you a conversation with Adrianna Adarme, creator of popular website A Cozy Kitchen and author of the new book, The Year Of Cozy.

Adrianna and I talk about why she decided to leave her career in the film industry behind, how a speech from David Foster Wallace changed how she approached each day, why she wants people to stop saying they’re busy, and her tips on controlling negative thinking (you might be surprised how she’s doing it). 

And we’re giving away Adrianna’s new book…THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.

You’ll have to listen to the podcast to find out how to enter (it’s a super easy, with a fun question to answer). I’ll announce the winner at the end of the week!

Here’s Adrianna: 

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Adrianna’s Website + Instagram
The Year Of Cozy (Adrianna’s Book)
Billy Green 
David Foster Wallace’s Kenyon College Speech
The Varnish
Cake Over Steak
Latin Bowl Recipe
Sage Bistro
Bestia
Rustic Canyon
Alimento
Spoon Fork Bacon
Hottie Boyfriend


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Oct 05 2015

44mins

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Rank #13: Episode 29: Battling Anxiety + A Starter Guide To Meditation With Eva Daiberl

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I’ll have to admit that I was a little intimidated when I first met Eva Daiberl. She seemed kind of perfect to me. She’s good at everything she does (she’s a trained pastry chef, photographer, and DIY master). She’s traveled the world. And a stroll through her closet rivals any trip to Barneys. But the more I got to know her, I found out that Eva she wasn’t so intimidating after all. She deals with personal shit just like the rest of us and is one of the most compassionate people I’ve met because of it. 

In this interview, Eva and I discuss her battle with anxiety, the judgement she felt from others after her diagnosis, and how meditation has changed her life and helped manage her symptoms. She’s an incredible woman and I’m excited for you to hear this episode. 

Here’s Eva:

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Show Notes:
Eva’s Website + Instagram
Flax Energy Bites Recipe
Anxiety and Depression Association Of America
Chopra Center
Spirit Rock
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
The Miracle of Mindfulness: An Introduction to the Practice of Meditation by Thich Nhat Hanh
The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra
The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer
A Path with Heart: A Guide through the Perils and Premises of Spiritual Life by Jack Kornfield
El Camino Travel
Grant Legan

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Apr 16 2015

43mins

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Rank #14: Episode 61: Burnout, Stress, and How To Recover + Reset With McKel Hill Of Nutrition Stripped

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I really wanted to have McKel Hill of Nutrition Stripped on the podcast. But I also didn’t only want to talk about her cookbook (trying to mix it up…per your requests!). So I told her that if she came on, we’d need to explore topics outside of her new book. She was super down for this and knew exactly what she wanted to talk about…burnout and stress. 

In this episode, McKel and I talk about how she experienced an extreme case of burnout and what she did to recover from it, how she’s incorporated mantras into her workout routine, what the heck mantras are (if you’re new to them), why working out isn’t always the best for your body when you’re stressed, and what she’s doing to stop the comparison game in her life and career. 

Here’s McKel

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SHOW NOTES:
Nutrition Stripped Website Instagram
Nutrition Stripped Book
Tony Robbins Priming Exercise
How To Manage Stress
10 Mantras Everyday For Better Health
Sarah Britton / My New Roots 
Keri Glassman 
Nasty Gal
Everlane
Glossier
How I Built This Podcast 
Raw Avocado Tart
How To Make Your Own Nut/Seed Milks
Underweight Nutrition / Tips For Gaining Weight


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Sep 29 2016

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Rank #15: Episode 132: Digital Minimalism + The Power Of Solitude With Cal Newport

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It’s the season finale! This week, I’m talking to Cal Newport. Cal is the author of six books (including his latest, Digital Minimalism: Choosing A Focused Life In A Noisy World ) and an associate professor of computer science at Georgetown University. You won’t find him on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, but you can find more of his writing on calnewport.com.

In this episode, Cal and I discuss digital minimalism, the importance of solitude, the psychological and addictive effects of social media, creating leisure time sans screens, and why he never wants you to click that “like” button again. 

Show Notes:  
Airr Podcast Player (Clip/Quote Sharer)
What Made Maddy Run: The Secret Struggles and Tragic Death Of An All-American Teen 
Episode 89: Empathy + Having Conversations That Matter with Celeste Headlee

Cal Newport’s Website 
Daily Rituals 
Digital Minimalism: Choosing A Focused Life In A Noisy World
Deep Work: Rules For Focused Success In A Distracted World 
So Good They Can’t Ignore You
Lead Yourself First: Inspiring Leadership Through Solitude 
Chasing The Scream

One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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May 29 2019

58mins

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Rank #16: Episode 24: Stop Wanting And Start Getting What You Want with Rochelle Bilow

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I think a lot of us have had the dream of leaving the city and moving to a farm or cabin or beach somewhere – living off the land and creating (what we imagine will be) a simpler life for ourselves. Well, food writer and author Rochelle Bilow did just that. 

Rochelle and I discuss her year of living on a farm, falling in love, setting intentions, and her book that chronicles it all: The Call Of The Farm, An Unexpected Year of Getting Dirty, Home Cooking, and Finding Myself. 

Here’s Rochelle: 

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Show Notes:
The Call Of The Farm
Edible Finger Lakes
Jamie Stelter 
Roasted Citrus & Avocado Salad Recipe
The Power Of Intention
Seamus Mullen
Rochelle On Instagram
The Experiment 

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Feb 26 2015

50mins

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Rank #17: Episode 110: Being Enough + Escaping Feelings + Minimalism Redefined With Cait Flanders

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This week, I’m talking to Cait Flanders. Cait is the author of The Year of Less (a self-help memoir and a Wall Street Journal bestseller).

Cait and I discuss escaping feelings, boundaries with self-promotion, being good enough, why minimalism doesn’t solve all your problems, and Tupperware parties. Plus she answers all the OPP fam questions! 

Here’s Cait: 

This episode is supported by Organifi. The maker of superior, all natural, plant-based and, non GMO superfood blends. Head to their website and use code onepartplant at checkout for 20% off and a 60-day money back guarantee. 

Show Notes:  
One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
Cait’s Website + Instagram  
The Year Of Less  (Cait’s book)
Elizabeth Gilbert’s Podcast 
Smoothie Bowl Recipe 
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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Aug 17 2018

1hr 6mins

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Rank #18: Episode 35: The Nitty Gritty On Gluten, Oil, And Soy With Dr. Thomas Campbell Of The Campbell Plan

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This week’s podcast is pretty special. I had the opportunity to speak with the co-author of one of THE most influential books in health, wellness, and plant-based nutrition. It’s Dr. Thomas Campbell, who cowrote The China Study with his father, Dr. T. Colin Campbell. The book has sold over 1 million copies and inspired the film Forks Over Knives. Their work has transformed thousands of lives across the world, including my own. I’m pretty excited about this one!

Tom and I discuss why he needed to write his new book, The Campbell Plan, his thoughts on the hottest health topics out there – gluten, soy, and oil (you might be surprised to hear what he thinks), raising a healthy family, and the number one thing he says is vital in successfully changing your diet. 

Here’s Tom: 

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Show Notes:
The Campbell Plan Book + Website + FB
The China Study
Forks Over Knives
T. Colin Campbell Center For Nutrition Studies
Lasagna Recipe

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Jun 11 2015

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Rank #19: Episode 26: Investing In Yourself + The Power Of Good Food With Bryant Terry

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This week’s guest is author, artist, speaker, educator, and food-justice leader Bryant Terry. For more than a decade, his passionate work has been instrumental in changing how people look at healthy eating and sustainable food systems. He’s pretty much a bad ass. 

Bryant and I discuss the power of investing in yourself, what helped him see and define his vision, his three C’s of change, and the greatest thing his mentor taught him (who just happens to be Alice Waters). 

Here’s Bryant: 

Listen and subscribe in iTunes
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Show Notes:
Bryant Terry Website + Instagram
Afro-Vegan
Run The Jewels
People’s Grocery
Growing Power
The Edible Schoolyard
Date, Nut, Cranberry Ball Recipe

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Photo Credit: Paige Green

Mar 19 2015

43mins

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Episode 158: Orgasms + Libido + Expanding The Definition Of Sex with Dr. Uchenna “UC” Ossai

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This week, I’m talking to Dr. Uchenna “UC” Ossai. Dr. UC is a sex-positive pelvic health physical therapist and sexuality educator and counselor. She’s an assistant professor at the University of Texas Dell Medical School and also serves as pelvic health program manager at UT Health Austin. Dr. UC is one of few licensed physical therapists in the world with an AASECT certification in sexuality counseling and the only Black physical therapist with this specific designation. 

In this episode, Dr. UC and I discuss pelvic floor therapy, sexual communication, orgasms (having them/not having them/faking them), painful sex, libido, and why penetration is not the gold standard of sex. 

SHOW NOTES:
Dr. UC’s Website + Instagram 
C Is For Consent 
Girls And Sex 
Darkness To Light 
Sex Positive Families
Dame Products 
Lelo 
Unbound Babes 
Soul Source 
Intimate Rose 
Heal Pelvic Pain 
Healing Painful Sex 

Know Your Endo 
One Part Plant Cookbook 

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Jul 17 2020

1hr 17mins

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Episode 157: Before + After Getting A Book Deal (Finding An Agent, Writing A Proposal, Impostor Syndrome, and Reading Reviews) With Courtney Maum

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This week, I’m talking to Courtney Maum. Courtney is the author of the novels Costalegre, I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You, and Touch and the handbook Before and After the Book Deal: A Writer’s Guide To Finishing, Publishing, Promoting, and Surviving Your First Book. Courtney’s writing has been published in New York Times, and O, the Oprah Magazine, among others. Courtney is the founder of the collaborative retreat program, The Cabins, and she also has a writing-advice newsletter, “Get Published, Stay Published.”

Courtney and I discuss finding an agent, writing a proposal, dealing with impostor syndrome, becoming a better writer, and (not) reading reviews. 

SHOW NOTES:
Courtney’s Website + Instagram 
Courtney’s Books
Hysteria 
Scorpionfish 
Rock The Vote 

Know Your Endo 
One Part Plant Cookbook 
The Cookbook Deal Podcast 

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Jul 13 2020

1hr 21mins

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Special Episode: Why We’re Over It + How To Amplify Black Voices On and Offline With Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez of Food Heaven

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This week we’re doing something a little different. I’m sharing part of an episode from Food Heaven (The Podcast) with Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez.

Here’s a description of the podcast from Jessica and Wendy, “In the past few days, we’ve been hit up by countless publications, podcasts, and influencers asking us to be on their platforms to do a podcast interview, host an IG live, or have a conversation on racism. Oftentimes, these requests come with a ridiculously tight turnaround, which feels really inconsiderate. We’re human beings.  We have lives. Believe it or not, we’re actually busy. Also, there’s a lot of emotional labor and trauma involved in being vulnerable and sharing our experiences with racism.  

PLUS! We’ve contributed to COUNTLESS articles (go to our press page) about inclusivity and social justice before it was trending.  We’ve also done so. many. podcast episodes on these topics (check our BLM highlight for some of the most recent episodes). The work is out there. If you have looked at some of the work, and still want to collaborate, make an effort to be more mindful about how you reach out + what your asks are.

In this week’s episode, we go in on why we’re frustrated and exhausted. But we also make sure to include some action items on what you (black, POC, white) can do to amplify black voices both on and offline. 

After you listen to this snippet, head over to Food Heaven to listen to the full episode (and pick another episode you’re excited about, too). I know you’ll love Jessica and Wendy’s openness and honesty about all things wellness. 

SHOW NOTES:
Food Heaven Website + Instagram 
Food Heaven Podcast 
Diversify Dietetics 

Jul 02 2020

14mins

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Episode 156: Diabetes 101 (Type 1, 1.5, 2, and Gestational Diabetes) with Robby Barbaro of Mastering Diabetes

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This week, I’m talking to Robby Barbaro. Robby is the co-founder of the online diabetes-coaching platform Mastering Diabetes and the author of Mastering Diabetes.

Robby and I discuss the different types of diabetes (there might be more than you think), why fruit isn’t the enemy, insulin resistance, and Robby’s number one suggestion for what you can do today to make change if you have diabetes. 



SHOW NOTES:
Rock The Vote 
Human Rights Campaign 
Jospeh Hernandez on BA’s Recipe Auditing 

Robby’s Website + Instagram 
Mastering Diabetes Book
Fiber Fueled 
Plant-based TeleHealth 
Dr. Gemma Newman 

Jun 25 2020

59mins

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Episode 155: F*cking Up + Changing The Way We Create Food Content with Laura Wright Of The First Mess

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This week, I’m talking to Laura Wright. Laura is an author, a recipe developer, and the founder of the award-winning blog, The First Mess. 

Laura and I discuss equity in food blogging/influencer content, her missteps in the past and how she’s fixing them, crediting ingredients, how she’s rethinking and changing the way she creates content and works with brands, and why context, intention, and clear communication matters.


SHOW NOTES:

Laura’s Website + Instagram
Lily Diamond 
Inclusion Rider 
Algorithms Of Oppression by Safiya Umoja Noble
Rick Martinez’s Website + Instagram
Nik Sharma’s Website + Instagram

Jun 19 2020

1hr 4mins

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Episode 154: Keeping Secrets + Hiding Our Struggles With Giselle Wasfie, D.A.C.M.

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This week, Giselle Wasfie is back! If you need a refresher, she’s a former hip hop journalist and current Doctor of Chinese Medicine. She’s also the founder of the aromatherapy and beauty line REMIX by Giselle Wasfie. 

Giselle and I discuss growing up as an Iraqi American, how things have to fall apart to come back together, hiding and keeping our struggles secret, and using your community to feel less alone. 

Here’s Giselle: 

SHOW NOTES:
Giselle’s Website + Instagram
WEED

The Okra Project 
Jenna Kutcher Case Study via Toi Smith (check out her page to learn more about these emails)
White Female Founders Face A Reckoning Over Racism via Forbes 
Bon App Editor-In-Chief Adam Rapoport Resigns After Following Allegations of Racist Culture via Eater 
Joseph Hernandez 

Jun 11 2020

1hr 9mins

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REVISIT: Why Context And Language Matters + Making Space For Everyone (And Not Just For Optics) with Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison

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We’re revisiting an episode from last year, because it feels more relevant now than ever. For everyone saying they want to make change and listen, there are ideas in this episode that you can do today. If you already heard this episode, please listen to it again and then share it with at least one person in your life. 

I’m talking to Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison (she goes by Kholi). Kholi is an entrepreneur and growth strategist that helps define brands and growing communities. She’s also the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Whole30. She holds a PhD in Literatures in English, where she studied transhistorical theories of change and revolution. 

In this episode, Kholi and I discuss how much context and language matters, her personal struggles with identity and race, how we can do diversity and inclusion better, and making space for everyone (not just for optics, but truly making space and opportunities for everyone). 

Here’s Kholi: 

Show Notes:  
Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison’s Website + Instagram 
Campaign Zero 
Know Your Rights Camp 

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Jun 04 2020

1hr 5mins

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Episode 153: Living A Multi-Hyphen Life + Your Online vs. Real Self

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This week I’m talking to Emma Gannon. Emma is a Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker, novelist, and the host of the Ctrl Alt Delete podcast. 

Emma and I discuss living a multi-hyphen life (having multiple careers and passions), self-sabotage, reprioritizing your time, chasing someone else’s success, indulgent pajamas, and more. 

Show Notes:  

Emma’s Website + Instagram
Holley Murchison Episode 
Sleeper Pajamas 
Emma’s Books: 
The Multi-Hyphen Life
Sabotage: How To Get Out Of Your Own Way
Olive
Free 2 Month Skillshare Pass to take Emma’s class (use code ONEPART)
Cal Newport episode 
Deep Work 
Chocolate Chunk Cookies 
Creamy Mushroom Lasagna 

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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May 28 2020

1hr 6mins

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Episode 152: Being Present, Not Perfect With Daphne Javitch of Doing Well

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This week, Daphne Javitch is back! Daphne is a holistic nutrition and lifestyle coach and the founder of Doing Well. 

Daphne and I discuss quieting the wellness noise, finding consistency and routine, acknowledging your limitations, leveling up your health (on your own terms), and the power of “yet.” 

Show Notes:  
Daphne’s Website + Instagram 
Knix Period Underwear (get $15 off your first order!) 

One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo

 

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May 21 2020

1hr 41mins

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Episode 151: Gut Dysbiosis + To Gluten Or Not To Gluten + Building A Healthy Gut With Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (Dr. B)

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It’s the season premiere and we’re back for a second round with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (Dr. B) to talk about his new book, Fiber Fueled: The Plant-based Gut Health Program for Losing Weight, Restoring Health, Optimizing Your Microbiome.

Dr. B and I discuss why gluten has gotten a bad rap, how to have a healthier relationship with food after elimination diets, his take on the low-FODMAP diet and SIBO, the importance of plant-diversity in our diets, what a good poop looks like, and building a healthier gut with food. 

Here’s Dr. B:

Show Notes:  

Dr. B’s Website + Instagram
Fiber Fueled: The Plant-based Gut Health Program for Losing Weight, Restoring Health, Optimizing Your Microbiome
Bristol Stool Chart

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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May 14 2020

1hr 28mins

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Special Episode: Processing Grief During These Times With Claire Bidwell Smith (Grief Therapist)

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The new podcast season begins May 14th, but we’re bringing you a special episode this week with author and grief therapist Claire Bidwell Smith. 

In this episode, Claire and I discuss processing grief during this time, how not to judge or feel guilt about our grief, supporting others (and ourselves) when we cannot be with loved ones, grieving in front of our children, moving grief through our body, and how none of us will be perfect at any of this (and that’s ok). 

Here’s Claire: 

Show Notes:  

Good Food Cooking School 

Claire Bidwell Smith’s Website + Instagram
Claire’s Books
Arbor Day Foundation Memorial Trees

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

*****

This episode was also supported by Amazon.

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Apr 23 2020

41mins

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Season Finale! Episode 150: Trauma Recovery + The Epigenetics Of Stress + Rewiring The Survival Brain With Elizabeth Stanley, PhD

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This week, I’m talking to Elizabeth Stanley, PhD. Elizabeth is an associate professor of security studies at Georgetown University and the author of Widen The Window: Training Your Brain and Body To Thrive During Stress and Recover From TraumaShe’s the creator of Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)® – and her research has been featured on 60 Minutes, ABC Evening News, NPR, and in Time magazine, among others. An award-winning author and U.S. Army veteran with service in Asia and Europe, she holds degrees from Yale, Harvard, and MIT. She’s also a certified practitioner of Somatic Experiencing, a body-based trauma therapy.

In this episode, Elizabeth and I discuss trauma recovery, the damaging effects of always pushing through, the epigenetics of stress, how stress responses can be contagious, respo, why breath-focused meditation is not always right for unprocessed trauma and stress, memory capsules, and being a trauma magnet. 

Here’s Elizabeth: 

Show Notes:  

Charleston Wine + Food Event Tickets 

Elizabeth Stanley’s Website
Widen The Window: Training Your Brain and Body To Thrive During Stress and Recover From Trauma
Grit: The Power Of Passion + Perseverance 

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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This episode was also supported by Amazon.

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Jan 22 2020

1hr 7mins

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Episode 149: EMF Protection and Exposure + Electromagnetic Sensitivity + Online Privacy With August Brice of Tech Wellness

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This week, I’m talking to August Brice. August is the founder of Tech Wellness. She’s an EMF (electric and magnetic field) expert bringing mindfulness and balance to our relationships with technology. She’s passionate about the importance of internet privacy and ways to make our online world more private and secure. 

In this episode, August and I discuss her electromagnetic sensitivity, cell phone radiation exposure, if our phones are really listening to us (and what to do about it), tech neck/face, and tips to lessening our EMF exposure and having more online privacy. 

Here’s August: 

Show Notes:  

Tech Wellness Website + Instagram 

Proton VPN
Start Page 
Brave 
Duck Duck Go 

Everything EMF Guide with 15 Tips For Managing Wireless Radiation

The Online Privacy Guide

Electromagnetic Sensitivity: The Symptoms And How To Stop Wireless Energy From Making You Sick

Airtube Headphones

The Handy WiFi Switch

The Faraday for Privacy and Complete EMF Radiation Block

The Easy Wireless Energy Meter

Alarm Clock (EMF FREE!)

Cell Phones: Invisible Hazards In The Wireless Age

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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This episode was also supported by Amazon.

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Jan 16 2020

1hr 10mins

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Episode 148: Why Movement Matters With Kelly McGonigal, PhD

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This week, I’m talking to Kelly McGonial, PhD. Kelly is a research psychologist, a lecturer at Stanford University, an award-winning science writer, and a dance/yoga/group-exercise teacher. She is the author of the international bestseller The Willpower Instinct, The Upside of Stress, and Yoga for Pain Relief. Her latest book is The Joy Of Movement. 

In this episode, Kelly and I discuss how movement can change the stories we tell about ourselves, the joy gap, the importance of movement for our mental health, how listening to music can change what we think we’re capable of, struggling to find a movement routine (and what to do about it), and how movement has changed Kelly’s life.

Here’s Kelly:

Show Notes:  

Kelly’s Website + Instagram
The Joy Of Movement 
The Upside Of Stress 
Yoga For Pain Relief 
The Willpower Instinct 
Kelly’s BollyX Favorite Movements 
We Slay Dance Workout 
Haus Party Dance Workout 

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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Jan 09 2020

1hr 12mins

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Episode 147: Breast Implant Illness with Jacqueline Carly

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This week, I’m talking to Jacqueline Carly. She’s an Integrative & Functional Nutritionist and Certified Environmental Health Specialist. She’s been working with women in the health, nutrition, and wellness space since 1999. Her strong background in plant nutrition and science sparked her interest in the burgeoning legal cannabis industry and led her to create Maria & Jane, a platform for diverse viewpoints and experiences of women in cannabis business. Most recently, Jacqueline launched MARKED Skin Health, a company focused on helping women heal adult acne naturally. 

In this episode, Jacqueline and I discuss plastic surgery in the wellness space, breast implant illness, her decision to remove her breast implants, how she feels in her new body, and her new work helping people heal adult acne naturally. 

  Here’s Jacqueline:

Show Notes:  

Marked’s Website + Instagram 
Jacqueline’s Instagram 
The Bleeding Edge 
Breast Implant Illness Group
Healing Breast Implant Illness 
FDA on Breast Implant Illness 
Episode 140: Human Design 101 

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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Jan 03 2020

1hr 7mins

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Episode 146: The Art Of Self-Definition + How To Confidently Talk About Yourself In Any Situation With Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

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This week, I’m talking to Holley M. Kholi-Murchison. Holley is an entrepreneur, education producer, and the author of Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps For Accurate And Artful Self-Definition. Her work explores the intersections of communication, culture, and education to create opportunities for historically marginalized voices. As the founding partner of HOLI. Brands, she creates learning experiences, content, and products that inspire creatives and entrepreneurs to confidently communicate and share their stories and ideas.

In this episode, Holley and I discuss how she was able to thrive and succeed during/after a chaotic childhood, the driving force of her career (it’s not fame or money), how to choose love, the difference between passion and purpose, how your job does not define who you are, the art of self-definition, and the one question she never wants you to ask again. 

    Here’s Holley:

Show Notes:  

Holley’s  Website + Instagram 
Holi. Brands 
Choose Love Collection 
1-on-Session With Holley
Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps For Accurate And Artful Self-Definition
Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps For Accurate And Artful Self-Definition (signed copy) 
Episode 133: Making Space For Difference and Why Context Matters with Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison 

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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This episode was also supported by Amazon.

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Dec 26 2019

1hr 6mins

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Episode 145: PMS And PMDD + Why Mindset Matters For Our Health With Kirsten Karchmer

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This week, I’m talking to Kirsten Karchmer. Kirsten is a health-tech pioneer and women’s health expert. She’s the founder and CEO of Brazen, where she’s leading a women’s health revolution committed to significantly improving the lives and clinical outcomes of women with PMS, menstrual cramps, PCOS, endometriosis, and infertility. Kirsten has helped more than 10,000 women over the last twenty years improve their health, menstrual cycles, and fertility. Her new book, Seeing Red, is out now. 

In this episode, Kirsten and I discuss how every piece of the menstrual cycle tells us something about our bodies, why it’s important to talk about PMS and PMDD right now (15% of people with PMDD will have one suicide attempt in their lifetime), how to better communicate with our partners, family, and friends about the symptoms we face each month during our periods (and how they can support us), and why mindset and surrendering play such an important role in our health.

Here’s Kirsten

Show Notes:  

Untethered Soul
Breaking The Habit Of Being Yourself: How To Lose Your Mind and Create A New One 
Mindset: The New Psychology of Success 
10% Happier Podcast on Self-Compassion 

Kirsten’s  Website + Instagram 
Seeing Red: The Book Every Woman Needs To Read. Period.
Brazen 
The Link Between PMS + Depression 
PMDD Self-Screening Test 

Episode 123: The Pill + Post Birth Control Syndrome 
4-7-8 Breathing 
Instant Pot Congee Recipe 

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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Kirsten’s Congee Recipe

Before going to bed, place 1 cup organic, brown rice, 8 cups of water, and a handful of dried apricots

into a crockpot. Cook on low overnight. If you prefer a smoother consistency, puree congee with a hand blender.

Scoop out your desired amount for the morning, add in an ingredient or two listed below. Save the rest

of the congee in the fridge and reheat a portion each morning for the rest of the week. Viola!

Add-Ins: Black Strap Molasses, Granola (without added sugar), Flax Oil, Cardamom or Cinnamon (only in the last half of your cycle), Almond Slivers (cook in the congee with the apricots the night before)

Dried Cherries or Dried Blueberries

 

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Dec 19 2019

1hr 14mins

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Episode 144: Creating Rituals And Tradition Without Religion + Embracing Ambiguity With Sasha Saga

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This week, I’m talking to Sasha Sagan. Sasha has worked as a writer, television producer, filmmaker, and editor. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine and O. the Oprah Magazine, among others. She recently debuted her first book, For Small Creatures Such as We. 

In this episode, Sasha and I discuss the difference between being atheist/agnostic/secular, why she believes there is third option beyond “believing” and “not believing, ” tolerating ambiguity, creating rituals and tradition without religion, and honoring your family’s traditions while creating your own. 

Here’s Sasha: 

Show Notes:  

Inner Piece Puzzles 

Sasha Sagan’s  Website + Instagram 
For Small Creatures Such As We

Buddhism: A Very Short Introduction
Christianity: A Very Short Introduction
Jesus: A Very Short Introduction 
Judaism: A Very Short Introduction 
Islam: A Very Short Introduction 
Atheism: A Very Short Introduction 
African Religions: A Very Short Introduction 

Cosmos (book)
Cosmos (National Geographic show) 

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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This episode was also supported by Amazon.

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Dec 12 2019

1hr 8mins

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Episode 143: Chronic Inflammation + The Mind/Body Inflammatory Connection + Taking Inventory Of Your Health With Dr. Will Cole

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It’s the Season Premiere! This week, I’m talking to Dr. Will Cole. He’s a leading functional-medicine expert helping people around the world and locally at his practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He’s the author of Ketotarian and, more recently, The Inflammation Spectrum and is co-host of The Goop Fellas Podcast on Goop. 

In this episode, Will and I discuss chronic inflammation, taking inventory of your health, defining what “your best” means, why there are no neutral foods, and untangling the mind/body inflammatory connection – our lifestyle choices impact our inflammation, too! 

Here’s Will: 

Show Notes:  

Sign up for the Know Your Endo monthly letter 

Dr. Will Cole  Website + Instagram 
Ketotarian
The Inflammation Spectrum
Dr. Will Cole’s Recipes

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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This episode was also supported by Amazon.

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Dec 05 2019

1hr 8mins

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Season Finale // Episode 142: Miscarriage + Healing After Loss + Creating Family with Whitney Adams

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It’s the Season Finale! This week, I’m talking to Whitney Adams. Whitney is an on-camera host, actor, producer, and (retired) sommelier. 

In this episode, Whitney and I discuss her struggles with pregnancy loss, understanding the process of a miscarriage, healing and being intimate after loss, living with a chronic condition (hers is endometriosis), and the excitement and hope Whitney has found in creating her family. 

Here’s Whitney: 

Show Notes:  

Whitney Adams  Website + Instagram 
Extraordinary Families 
Instant Mom by Nia Vardalos 

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One Part Plant Cookbook
Know Your Endo
One Part Podcast Family Community Page

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This episode was also supported by Amazon.

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Oct 03 2019

1hr 21mins

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By sarahelizabethla - May 22 2020
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Jessica is the best and down to earth interviewers. Jessica and One Part Plant has helped me turn to a plant based lifestyle with easy and excitement. Love love every episode.

More food stuff please!

By other emily g - Aug 26 2019
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Good podcast, but I’d like more nutrition-related topics