What’s the Juice?


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  1. S2E21 Most Recent

    In this ep, I’m joined by my fiancé Nick to help me talk about the incredible, challenging, blissful, eye-opening spiritual awakening that I went through this August during 3 weeks off from work and social media. We’re talking about how your life’s work isn’t just the job you do, how my Saturn Return completely shook my perspective, how taking a huge dose of psychedelic mushrooms resulted in a world of realizations, and why it’s so important to be connected and present. Let’s get extraaaaaa juicy!

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  2. S2E20

    We are alllllll for talking about mental health here at Team OO, and like this week’s guest, we fully want to destigmatize mental health. And we really shouldn’t have to do that because—as this week’s guest will tell us—mental health IS physical health. Your brain is a physical organ, just like your heart or kidneys, after all!

  3. S2E19

    Lily Ashwell founded and ran her eponymous clothing line and store in Venice, California throughout most of her 20s, but a long battle with chronic illness (and multiple incorrect diagnoses along the way) led her to closing her business.

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  4. S2E18

    Vision is so much more than just seeing things blurry or in focus. It’s how we take in information and the ways in which we respond to the world around us. This week’s guest is my personal eye doctor, Behavioral Optometrist Dr. Marni Bessler. She’s sharing how much we can learn from the way we see the world, including how the way we live can shape our vision and worldview.

  5. S2E17

    If you take one thing away from this ep, it’ll be the knowledge that herbalism is so innately personal. We’re talking about some of the ways to know which herbs are right for you, from energetics to tissue states to our own ancestral and geographical connections to herbs. Let’s get juicy!

  6. S2E16

    We’re joined this week by Krista Williams & Lindsey Simcik: co-hosts of the Almost 30 Podcast. These magnetic ladies have so much to share about finding your creative purpose, forging connections & building a community, thriving through your Saturn Return, fostering self-love & setting boundaries, and so much more.

  7. S2E15

    This week, we’re joined by Amina AlTai, a business coach who specializes in helping women make space for all that they’re meant to do. She helps with overcoming imposter syndrome, getting clear on purpose and passions, and creating amazing work. We’re starting with a super important convo on setting boundaries and releasing codependent tendencies and then diving deep into identifying and stepping into your purpose.

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  8. S2E14

    Mommy issues are a real thing—and they can cause long-term nervous system dysregulation. To help us understand how these formative and complicated relationships can affect our whole lives, I chatted with UK-based psychotherapist Sian Crossley.

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  9. S2E13

    This week’s podcast guest is Dr. Asia Muhammad, a doctor of naturopathy, scientist, medical writer, and the co-host of the docu-series The Art of Natural Healing. I first discovered Dr. Asia through her INCREDIBLE infographics and informative posts on Instagram. If you’re looking for digestible tips on gut health, liver health, inflammation, and more, go check her out!

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  10. S2E12

    We’ll often hear from doctors that it’s obesity or insulin resistance, says Amanda, but no one is asking WHY or how we got to this point. In Amanda’s personal experience, being on birth control for years was depleting her body of nutrients it needed to support hormonal balance, leading to the development of PCOS.

  11. S2E11

    Psychoneurology is a fairly new discipline of study (30–40 years vs. psychotherapy’s 150+ year history). It’s different from psychotherapy or psychiatry in that you’re not looking for a diagnosis or label; instead, you’re “looking for how we can bring that person back into the state of calm and peace and harmony or balance in their life,” says Dr. Sylva. Another way of looking at it is that you’re not searching for a problem or a disease; you’re “looking to help someone come into balance without a label attached to it.” How powerful is that?

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  12. S2E10

    To get to the bottom of this “magical fruit,” I welcomed the creator of The Bean Protocol™ herself: health coach, founder of You’re Great, and author of Your Tastebuds Are Assholes, Unique Hammond to the pod. We’re talking all things beans, fiber, hormones, stress, and healing yourself through food. Let’s make beans sexy again (or maybe for the first time). Time to get juicy!

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  13. S2E9

    Like many of us who practice alternative wellness modalities, Raven started digging into what our cycles have to teach us after a traumatic personal experience. She had been experiencing so much intense pain with her periods (which, BTW, is NOT normal and indicates something is off) and got placed on birth control from a fairly young age. And the birth control nearly caused kidney failure.

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  14. S2E8

    I think we all know that there are so many extrinsic factors—some of which we can’t fully control—that affect our skin: stress, diet, autoimmune disease, environmental factors, toxins, etc. But, as Danna says, “the one thing that you can control is what you do to your skin.”

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  15. S2E7

    We’re unpacking trauma, talking codependency, and diving into the world of psychedelic-assisted therapy in this ep. This week’s guest is José F. Mata, MA, LMFT: a psychotherapist and national somatic coach, online graduate course facilitator at Boston University’s School of Social Work and a sub-investigator for the phase 3 clinical trials for MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD.

    1hr 20min Learn More
  16. S2E6

    This week, we’re covering the overlap of the gut microbiome and hormone regulation with Dr. Elizabeth Wade, a naturopathic doctor; fertility & menstrual cycle expert; and medical researcher, writer, & speaker. Topics include leaky gut, the role your gut microbiome plays in thyroid disorders, and how the Goldilocks phenomenon applies to diet, exercise, and lifestyle choices.

    1hr 29min Learn More
  17. S2E5

    Dr. Chloe is a doctor of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), who is also certified in neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), The Mukaino Method, Esoteric Acupuncture, hypnotherapy, and mental-emotional release (MER) therapy. She and I originally connected last year when my parents were sick and played SUCH a huge role in supporting me and my family during a really trying time.

    1hr 33 min Learn More
  18. S2E4

    After years of suffering from debilitating chronic illnesses, Dr. Cabral discovered functional medicine and started the journey to healing himself. In this ep, we’re talking testing, detoxing, eliminating, and supplementing your way to wellness—starting with healing your gut. Tune in for diet changes (but not DIETING), lifestyle adjustments, and resources to help address some of the underlying causes of illness.

    1hr 9 min Learn More
  19. S2E3

    This ep starts by touching on some common threads between religions and spiritual practices but really focuses on the importance of creating—or being able to access—a safe space for ourselves to heal and feel. And this leads us to our unofficial theme for the rest of the year: recognizing ourselves for the beautiful, capable, powerful beings we are. This ep is gonna make you feel loved, supported, curious, and empowered. Let’s get juicy!

    1hr 23 min Learn More
  20. S2E2

    I’m thrilled for you all to listen to this convo with Dr. Aviva Romm. Dr. Aviva is an MD, midwife, herbalist, and a New York Times bestselling author with her latest book Hormone Intelligence: The Complete Guide to Calming Hormone Chaos and Restoring Your Body’s Natural Blueprint for Well-Being

    In this ep, we’re talking hormone imbalances: how those can present in our bodies, some small everyday changes we can make to support hormone harmony, and hormone-supporting herbs, of course!

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  21. S2E1

    Season 2 of What’s the Juice is the true definition of juuuuuuuicy—starting with what is possibly our most personal episode EVER. After a hefty hiatus to work on the next chapter of this labor of love, you just know we had to come in hot. We’re kicking off Season 2 with a long-awaited episode: answering all the questions you’ve had about me, Nick, and what makes our relationship strong after all this time together.

    1hr 1 min Learn More