Nov 1, 2018
** KEEP IN MIND:
While Allison is a Christian, the book she collaborated in is not distinctly Christian. This podcast is not necessarily an endorsement of the book, nor its philosophies. This is a podcast about another mom in the trenches who has a bit of extraordinary in her ordinary life.
"Allison Marschean is a 17-year Army Veteran and contributing
author to the Women's Wellness book On Her
Plate. On Her Plate reveals the
intimate stories of real women sharing their health crises and what
they've done to either manage or overcome them. On Her Plate
will no doubt hit home with so many! Allison's story is both
encouraging and uplifting and is certain to help anyone who picks
up a copy.
On Her Plate introduces a conscious way of thinking about the human and earth connection. For instance, what properties can be found in nature and how closely does the human body interact with them? The book also explores everything from what vitamin and mineral deficiencies look and feel like and how to properly replenish them, to autoimmune disorders and fertility struggles. Packed with true stories of embracing womanhood, accompanied with food science, approachable mindfulness and fitness practices, and super yummy recipes, it's no wonder that it's getting terrific reviews internationally!
With recipes, nutritional science, and advice, learn from many perspectives. The contributing authors are retired nurses, nutritionists, biology majors, personal trainers, and every day women (www.allisonmarschean.com)."
In this interview, you will meet a woman who has suffered from an autoimmune disease and has used food to help regulate it.
Some resources Allison recommends are (these are affiliate links, please read my full Disclosures Page for more information):
In Defense Of Food: An Eater's Manifesto by Michael Pollan
Eat to Live by Joel Fuhrman