RFWH67: Finding Balance and Flexibility in Real Food-Adjusting Over Time, Giving Up Perfection, Unplugging to Eat Mindfully, The Energetics of Quality Food with Guests, Jessi Haggerty, Allison Nichols

Episode 67

In this episode, we’re talking about finding balance in real food diets- having the flexibility to adjust your diet over time according to life and health changes, how giving up perfection can be good for you, the importance of unplugging and mindful eating and how the energy of quality food differs from junk or mass produced food with guests, Jessi Haggerty and Allison Nichols.


From this episode:
At The Table Podcast
Jessi’s website, www.jessihaggerty.com
Allison’s website, Frisky Lemon
Our Health Philosophy
A Real Food Diet- Choosing Real Food Guides
Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo
Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson
What is GAPS or the GAPS Diet (Gut and Psychology/Physiology Syndrome)
Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin
Bright Line Eating
Follow our #realfoodroadtrip on Instagram

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