I’m just over one year into the wonderful world of podcasting. With more than five million downloads in that short timeframe, there are numerous episodes interviewing renowned health experts. I’ve been honored to sit down and pick the brains of the best of the best. But what I also love is interviewing the non-famous experts, the people who have been passionate about holistic health for decades and let it infiltrate every area of their lives.
My friend Emily Hill is one of those people. She has been a connoisseur of all things health and wellness for the better part of two decades and currently works as a holistic nutritionist in Dallas, Texas. She has spoken to many audiences on the topics of nutrition, supplementation, and holistic living and has so much wisdom to share when navigating these tricky health issues.
In this episode we cover all things related to individualizing nutrition for optimal health and avoiding “diet dogma.” We even get into the great meat debate! Emily is a wealth of health info, and her belief that there is no one sized fits all gives a refreshing perspective in the midst of endless nutrition debates that often make incorporating healthy habits completely overwhelming.
- Emily’s holistic health journey and various certifcations
- Favorite health hacks and supplements
- Why nutrition dogma is such a problem
- How to individualize nutrition while staying away from diets
- Emily’s philosophy: “if it comes from the ground, it’s way more sound.”
- Should we be concerned about lectins and grains?
- How to give our livers a break
- Meat or no meat – what’s the concern with eating meat?
- Movement and weight lifting for women
- How “women need a constant reminder of how strong they are.”