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Dr Rosie Bosworth - future foods advisor, communications specialist and entrepreneur

Dr Rosie Bosworth - future foods advisor, communications specialist and entrepreneur

May 20, 2022

http://www.rosiebosworth.com/

Dr Rosie Bosworth is a future foods advisor, communications specialist and entrepreneur passionate about crafting stories and co-creating progressive, health-driven, scaleable and sustainable communities and food systems fit for a growing world.

She has a PhD in environmental innovation and sustainable technology development, and her passion lies in facilitating mentally healthier communities, mind-consciousness, and neuroscience. Her purpose in life is to help better the lives of others.

Things we talk about:

  • Dr Rosie's journey with food and her PhD in environmental innovation and sustainable technology development
  • What a typical day in her life as a future food expert looks like
  • Attitudes towards food and meat consumption
  • How social media has impacted our relationship with food
  • New Zealand's dairy industry and intergenerational farming
  • How social media has impacted our relationship with food
  • How she spends time between New Zealand and Silicon Valley
  • Is food technology and food science causing more harm than good for our health and what will happen to our food chain
  • Her outlook on life and mind consciousness
Carolyn Enting – editor of New Zealand’s Good Magazine

Carolyn Enting – editor of New Zealand’s Good Magazine

May 13, 2022

https://www.instagram.com/goodmagazinenz/?hl=en

https://www.instagram.com/carolyn.enting/?hl=en

Carolyn Enting grew up on a rural two-acre block of native bush on Blue Mountains Rd, Upper Hutt New Zealand. Being surrounded by nature and trees, she described it as a magic place to grow up, hang out, read and dream.

She started her journey in journalism over twenty-seven years ago and is now the Editor of Good Magazine, where she gets to report on and share incredible stories of wellbeing, lifestyle, food, travel, beauty and much more.

Things we talk about:

  • Carolyn's journey growing up and her passion for journalism
  • Some of her best work stories and experiences on the job
  • Good Magazine and her journey stepping into an editor role
  • We also discuss Carolyn's passion for food and wellbeing and her outlook on life
Annette Faamausili - sleep consultant on how to get a better night’s sleep for you and your family

Annette Faamausili - sleep consultant on how to get a better night’s sleep for you and your family

May 6, 2022

https://www.facebook.com/SereneSleep/

https://www.instagram.com/serene.sleep/?hl=en

Annette Faamausili has worked as a sleep consultant for over 20 years.

She has trained and qualified in the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK and set up and ran a specialist Sleep Clinic, having gained a wealth of knowledge and expertise to tackle sleep issues in babies and toddlers.

Her background lies in child development and psychology, nutrition and maternal mental health. Since 2011 she has run her own consultancy Serene Sleep, helping Kiwi families achieve better sleep.

Things we talk about:

  • Annette's journey and why many people find sleep so challenging
  • What stages of sleep are and what happens to the body and mind at each stage
  • The truth about our dreams
  • How babies sleep differently to children and adults
  • Why sleep is so important and how to improve sleep
Steph Dowse - relationship expert on New Zealand’s Married at First Sight chats all things love and relationships

Steph Dowse - relationship expert on New Zealand’s Married at First Sight chats all things love and relationships

April 29, 2022

https://stephdowse.com/

Steph Dowse is a counsellor and therapist with more than 25 years of experience in areas of mental health (psychiatry), trauma, addictions, sexuality, adoption, family therapy, couples counselling, workplace burnout and relationships, critical incident debriefing and adolescent struggles. She is known for her work as a relationship expert on New Zealand's Married at First Sight and is an avid believer that a person's ability to live in the present, rather than the past or future, is the key to a harmonious life.

When not at work, she loves hiking in the bush, cooking healthy food and finding new ways to lie on the couch without spilling a cup of tea.

Things we talk about:

  • Relationships and why they are so complicated
  • Some of the most common myths about what a "great" relationship "should" look like
  • Monogamy vs polyamory? Does or can it work in the long-term, or is it a call for help from relationships that have run their course
  • Is there such a thing as "the right people at the wrong time"
  • Navigating the dating world and how to find a "good catch"

 

Dr Libby Weaver - nutritional biochemist and a thirteen-times bestselling author breaks down wellbeing

Dr Libby Weaver - nutritional biochemist and a thirteen-times bestselling author breaks down wellbeing

December 17, 2021

https://www.drlibby.com/

Dr Libby Weaver is a nutritional biochemist and a thirteen-times bestselling author, speaker and founder of the food-based supplement range, Bio Blends. Her mission is to empower and inspire people to take charge of their health and happiness through her books, live events and online courses.

A respected international speaker, Dr Libby’s expertise in nutritional biochemistry has led her to share the stage with Marianne Williamson, Sir Richard Branson, Tony Robbins and Dr Oz, as well as many female thought-leaders. It’s no surprise that when it comes to achieving and maintaining ultimate health and wellbeing, Hollywood stars, Hugh Jackman and Deborra-lee Furness, describe her as a “one-stop shop in achieving and maintaining ultimate health and wellbeing.”

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • Her journey into health, wellbeing and some of her major achievements
  • Being on a world stage and how to deal with stress and pressure
  • Her outlook on health and the three-pillar approach
  • Her bestselling books and some of the top super foods
  • How to maintain your health goals during the Christmas period
Susan Renata – how to be the most authentic version of yourself

Susan Renata – how to be the most authentic version of yourself

December 10, 2021

https://imjustsusan.com/

Susan started competing in gymnastics when she was five years old. This was her platform to play a multitude of sports and then go on to complete a Post Graduate Degree in Physical Education.

During her studies, she started teaching Aerobics, which led her to Les Mills programs where she launched her international career as a Master Trainer and presenter – using her P.E. Degree to write education for instructors globally.

Being the superwoman she is, alongside her Les Mills career, she also decided to go into the New Zealand Police, where she became a homicide detective.

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • How has her life experiences shaped her thinking and approach to mental health and wellbeing

 

  • Blending her policing career and Les Mills, the contrast from working in homicide to then going on stage, putting on a smile and setting a world-class example for instructors

 

  • How to keep a steady mindset when the world around you is falling apart

 

  • "I am just Susan" and some of the transformations she has done
Cherry Farrow – how to create a Successful Mind

Cherry Farrow – how to create a Successful Mind

December 3, 2021

https://successfulminds.com.au/about/

Cherry Farrow is the CEO of Successful Minds Institute. Her life philosophy is centred around the principle that every human being has the resources within to thrive in life! She is a motivational Speaker, International bestselling author, Master Trainer of NLP, Stage Hypnotist and Master Coach. Empowering individuals to overcome any presenting problem, personal or professional, huge or tiny, by teaching them how to be Mind Fit!

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • What is being Mind Fit and how do you get rid of the negative chatter and self-limiting beliefs and reshape your thoughts?
  • The power of perspective and the five principles of success
  • Human nature to compare and criticize and can we truly be happy?
Nutrition and eating psychology coach Michelle Hall – building a holistic relationship with food, mind, and body

Nutrition and eating psychology coach Michelle Hall – building a holistic relationship with food, mind, and body

November 26, 2021

Michelle Hall is a nutrition and eating psychology coach and practices a non-diet, holistic approach to health and wellbeing. She is dedicated to helping her clients reach their ideal body weight, building healthy relationships with food, mind, and body. She believes in blending the science of nutrition with the psychology of eating to create long term sustainable change. She specialises in disordered eating, weight loss resistance, overcoming long term yoyo dieting, body image issues, weight concerns, food & body anxiety, the art of self-acceptance and how to manage cravings.

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • The notion of ‘comfort food’ and how her journey started with Nutella
  • Food in relation to our emotions. How to tell that you are an emotional eater
  • The art of self-acceptance in relation to ideal body weight
  • Intermittent fasting and the Keto diet and how to manage cravings and discover your trigger points
Robin Wilson – How wellness and resilience can pave the way at work

Robin Wilson – How wellness and resilience can pave the way at work

November 19, 2021

Today on the At Source podcast we have Robin Wilson, Wellness Specialist and Resilience Coach.

https://www.workplacewellness.nz/about-us/ 

In the course of her work, Robin noticed a recurring theme amongst many of her clients: most of their wellbeing concerns linked back to the workplace. Inspired to focus on treating the cause, not the symptom, she co-founded Workplace Wellness as a way to create positive change that benefits both employer and employee.

Her passion revolves around helping others implement holistic change in their lives to improve their own wellbeing, and contribute with greater impact to the world around them.

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • Robin’s journey into Workplace Wellness and flexible working in this day and age
  • How employers can create good company culture and make sure their employees feel valued
  • We dive into Resilience@Work – what it is, and why this a powerful approach to measuring, building and tracking resilient workplace cultures
  • How to skilfully manage emotions and how to handle an uncomfortable event/situations.

 

Sarah Cumming and Sarah McGuire, Wellness New Zealand – how the power of nature has the ability to heal.

Sarah Cumming and Sarah McGuire, Wellness New Zealand – how the power of nature has the ability to heal.

October 8, 2021

https://www.wellnessnewzealand.co.nz/

To wrap up season two of At Source Podcast, we speak with the founders of Wellness New Zealand, Sarah Cumming and Sarah McGuire. Wellness New Zealand is a small team of passionate and devoted individuals who aim to create a supportive and nurturing environment for clients to reconnect with themselves, others, and nature on their wellness journey.

 

Listen on as we hear how both these ladies came together to create a hub for wellness. Some of the topics we cover include:

 

  • Their journeys into creating Wellness New Zealand – a story worth hearing
  • How nature can heal and rejuvenate
  • Some of the common signs of anxiety, including tangible tips to manage and how to use organic and holistic treatments to help relieve symptoms
  • The practice of Shinrin Yoku. What is it and how can we make this part of our daily lives
  • Detoxification and health trends – Is there any merit to these trends and are they here to stay and make a lasting impact or be replaced by another trend in time.