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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

Jan 18, 2018

I love this episode. Partly because my guest’s story is so rich that I basically took the day off from speaking when we recorded it which was chill, but mostly because my guest’s story proves the superpowers of plants. Ashley Wood, a plant-based nutrition advocate, writer and the host of the brand new podcast, The Good People Podcast, experienced how healing plants can be when she used them (instead of using butt skin - inside joke. Which you’ll get when you get into the inside of this episode.) to miraculously heal herself from a terrible accident and again to miraculously grow a baby in her body. So sit back, sip or snack on some plants and hear this woman’s really cool story that’ll surely get you giddy about partying in your plants!


You’ll hear:

  • How walking up a foreign staircase changed Ashley’s life forever.
  • The onion ring incident that tested and then proved the healing power of plants.
  • Ashley’s birthing mantra which I actually want to adopt to my non-giving-birth daily life.
  • Tips for getting your kids to actually enjoy eating healthfully!
  • Some simple everyday recipes she thrives on, why simple is super and how you can eat more plants more simply :-)
  • And plenty more!


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Bev M
four and a half years ago

I loved this podcast!