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It's THE show that makes healthy living not suck! So you’ll actually do it. And so you’ll actually feel, look and live your best.

Hosted by Talia Pollock, creator of Party in My Plants

Mar 2, 2017

Today’s guest is very much responsible for superfoods not being super impossible to incorporate into our diets. Way before the label “superfood” was an annoying catchphrase, Julie Morris was using foods that are truly super to supercharge her health and energy! In this super star episode, Julie, a leading superfood expert and the author of 5 bestselling books on, obviously, superfoods, reminds us that beyond the marketing jargon, there are seriously some plants out there that are actually super for us to consume! And she makes it super exciting, easy and yummy to consume them!


You’ll hear:


  • The 411 on how Julie and superfoods got into a super serious relationship!
  • The “starter” superfoods for you to implement into your diet STAT.
  • Julie’s philosophy on how and why superfoods can help everyone reach their full potential.
  • The TRUE, non-BS definition of a “superfood” and what Julie thinks about the fact it’s become such a catchphrase.
  • The answer to: can people get away with eating a crappier diet if they eat superfoods, too?
  • A deep dive into 6 popular superfoods which’ll make you want to eat them for more reasons than their popularity!
  • And so so so much more!


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