Trust Us, Composting Is Cool

Did you know that New York City has a whole system for recycling household food waste? Jill talks to Erycka de Jesus from The NYC Compost Project hosted by Big Reuse about how to compost in a city and why composting is important. The we join Jill in the kitchen with Ann Ogden from the charity Cook for Your Life. Ann teaches cancer patients how to cook and on today’s show she shares a simple recipe for a nourishing tomato and bean soup. Finally Jill asks exercise physiologist Sarah Lehman for her tips for exercising during the winter. Sarah explains how to exercise indoors when we’re on the move as we visit friends and relatives for the holidays.

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November 16th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |

Your Supernatural Squad

MaryAnn DiMarco is a psychic-medium who has been able to see the other side since she was child. She’s the author of a new book called Believe, Ask, Act where she explains how to tap into your "celestial team” to get advice. Jill asks her how we can all develop our intuition and open up to divine advice. Then Jill joins Ann Ogden in her kitchen in New York. Ann is a former cancer patient who founded a charity called Cook For Your Life, where she teaches cancer patients how to cook nourishing food. On this episode she shares a simple recipe for grilled leek and marinated shrimp salad.

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October 5th, 2016|Tags: , , , , , |

Keeping your Finger on the Pulse

Our Daily Bread is a traditional village bakery in upstate New York that took the decision to change with the times and make gluten-free bread. Jill meets father and son team Zvi and Gavriel Cohen and finds out why they made this decision and how good gluten-free bread is made. Then we join Jill in the kitchen with Ann Ogden from the charity Cook For Your Life. Ann has made it her mission to teach cancer patients how to cook nourishing food and on this week’s episode she shares her recipe for a zucchini, corn and tomato sauté. Finally Jill pays a visit to one of her Chinese medicine teachers Z’ev Rosenberg to talk about Chinese pulse diagnosis.

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August 10th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |