Podcast – Meghan Telpner
By Meghan Telpner
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All things fun, healthy, nutritious and sweet. Special guest interviews on every episode and always some surprises.
||CleanExtra Special Podcast Episode 24: Post Cancer Surgery Interview with My Dad Ron||21 Days after my father's radical prostatectomy, he pops by the kitchen to talk about his 22 months living with cancer, his approach to health, his transformation, coping with post-surgery recovery and his plans for the future. We talk about everything||6/21/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 19: The Peanut Allergy Epidemic||Heather Fraser, author of the amazing book The Peanut Allergy Epidemic shares with us all that she learned in researching how and when peanut allergies started to become as widespread as they are today. We discuss the potential link to vaccinations, wh||6/22/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 18: Life Transformation with Philip McCluskey||Guest: Philip McCluskey, of Loving Raw, lost 250 lbs on a raw food diet! 250lbs!!! That's like two of me! He did all on his own, by reading about it, trying it, and of course, now living it! He may not be all raw but he is all dedicated to eating whole||4/19/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
Listening to one woman's food idiosyncrasies is pretty boring. Not really about health.
informative and enjoyable
I have been following Meghan's blog for almost a year now and love the supplementation with podcasts. Maybe I have her same food idiosyncrasies... either way, I find these informative and enjoyable.
Definitely recommend if you are interested in holistic health, nutrition, or a natural lifestyle (or just curious). Meghan Telpner basically interviews other people who are expert in areas of holistic health that go along with her interest and expertise. It is great to hear the diverse views and tips for health in a friendly, conversational style, and Meghan's questions are pertinent. I wasn't bored in any of them and found them quite addictive to listen to as well as informational, jotting down some info here and there myself.