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TPS #75 Emotional Eating and Deep Joy with Lulu Loya Wu

In this episode, we chat to Lulu Loya Wu all about the important, but often overlooked, role of emotions when it comes to eating. Lulu is a certified Eating Psychology Coach. Addressing not only the lifestyle/nutrition factors, but also the deeper aspect of our relationship with food and our bodies. This helps people create lasting […]

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TPS 54: The Primal THINK Shift

In previous episodes we’ve shared our thoughts on taking a more primal approach to living in our modern world and shifting the way we eat, sleep, move, think, play and relax so it’s more in line with our basic biology …with what our genes expect of us! We are up to the last Primal Shift […]

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TPS Episode 53: Osteopathy and Movement through the Ancestral Lense with Matthew Stewart

In this episode we chat to Osteopath and Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand (AHSNZ) Executive Member Matthew Stewart. Matt has nearly twenty years experience in manual therapies and is registered as an osteopath in Australia and New Zealand and is a certified and licensed massage therapist in Hawaii…interesting! In addition to his clinical work, […]

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TPS 50: Being an Unbreakable Human with Steph Gaudreau from ‘Stupid Easy Paleo’

In this episode we speak to the multi-talented and super human Steph Gaudreau from Stupid Easy Paleo. When Steph isn’t creating delicious & nutritious chow, she’s lifting heavy things, writing books and running her new podcast Harder to Kill Radio. Steph is also a one time science teacher and current holistic nutritionist, so I think […]

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TPS 46: Cross Fit, Histamines and Living Strong with Craig Zielinski, from BAMF Athletics

In this episode we chat with the delightful Scottish born, highly certified Crossfit maniac, Craig Zelinksi from BAMF athletics. When he’s not in the gym, behind the computer or out eating the weak, Craig is chowing down on stupidly easy, low histamine paleo meals with his gorgeous wife Steph Gadreau. With his love of good […]

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TPS 45: The Primal Relax Shift

In previous episodes, we’ve shared our thoughts on taking a more primal approach to living in our modern world and shifting the way we eat, sleep, move, think, play and live so it’s more in line with our basic biology…with what our genes expect of us. And we’re getting down to the last (and in […]

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TPS 37: Move Your DNA! With Katy Bowman

Jo caught up with bio mechanist and natural movement champion Katy Bowman about her latest book ‘Move Your DNA’. Katy shares her (very well evidenced!) thoughts on how movement plays a bigger role than we realise in longevity and wellbeing. Katy Bowman is a biomechanist by training and a problem solver at heart, Katy has […]

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TPS 28: The Primal EAT Shift – Part 2

Welcome to part two of the EAT shift, which is all about celebrating food!! We explore the many weird and wonderful ways to make eating fun, adventurous and most importantly…. delicious!   We chat about: What do the Primal-Shifters actually eat? – Part TWO! Adding new and unfamiliar herbs and spices to a dish can keep you from getting bored Experimenting with the […]

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TPS 27: The Primal EAT Shift

In this episode we have a very candid chat about another one of the Primal Shifts – of which there are 7: Eat, Sleep, Move, Think, Play, Relax and Detox. ‘EAT’  is generally the gateway shift. The one that we all tend to start with ….and the one that leads us to really jump down […]

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TPS 26: The Primal MOVEMENT Shift

It’s no secret that the vast majority of us can afford to move a little more. Sadly, we’re caught behind our desks, shoulders rounded, staring at our screens all day long. So in this episode, we’re talking all things movement and exercise. We tend to focus in on the ‘food thing’, maybe even dabble in the sleep, […]

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