Natural Spring Cleaning: Planning for a Healthy Year at Home

20Feb

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Join us as we uncover the simplest plan - and equally simple recipes - for the once-a-year ritual of Spring Cleaning. Don't be daunted: you'll have fun, save money, and keep your home toxin-free.


Guest(s):
Amy Kolb Noyes, Author, Nontoxic Housecleaning, Lake Elmore, VT

Wolf Therapy: Ancient Bond, Modern Healing

13Feb

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How can connecting with man's first animal companion provide us the ability to connect with ourselves and our communities? Tune in this hour to learn about two retreat centers using wisdom from the animal kingdom to recover from today's traumas.


Guest(s):
Joni Ogle, Director of Young Adult Programs, Promises Treatment Center, Malibu, CA

Racing Towards Green: New Ideas for Sustainable Sporting Events

5Feb

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An exploration of what communities and people can do to make our sporting get togethers more inclusive while reducing our ecological footprint.


Guest(s):
Keith Peters, Executive Director, Council for Responsible Sport, Portland, OR

The Paleo Point of View: Keeping it Real

29Jan

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Find yourself wondering what the Paleo Diet is all about? We uncover all of the surprising and delicious details in this hour: from what you can eat to the best substitutions for your favorite guilty pleasure foods.


Guest(s):
Ali Rakowski, Author, Bowls of Love: Paleo Soups for the Seasons, Stamford, CT

B a Force for Good: The Rise of Transparent Business

22Jan

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Already 1200 strong, a growing movement of businesses is setting the standard for a new world economy, and it includes people, the planet, and profit. Tune in to discover how they are maximizing positive impact beyond their products and how the work you do can begin to the change the world.


Guest(s):
Ryan Honeyman, Author, The B Corp Handbook, SF Bay Area

Food Chains: The Cost of America’s Food System

16Jan

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While society is more focused on food than ever, domestic labor issues remain largely unseen by the public. This hour, the AOC Team discusses a powerful new documentary that sheds light on wages and conditions of the men and women who harvest our fresh food every day.


Guest(s):
Sanjay Rawal, Director, Food Chains, New York, NY

Allergies: What’s Your Reaction?

9Jan

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Learn to differentiate between allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities in this hour as we look at possible causes causes for reactions and what we can do about them.

Guest(s): 
Dr. Todd Born, Naturopathic Doctor & Co-Owner, Born Naturopathic Associates, Alameda, CA

Vitamins & Minerals: What Do YOU Need?

1Jan

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Matching the topic of biochemical individuality with the world of nutrients, particularly vitamins and minerals, an expert joins the AOC Team to discuss how a person's physical and genetic landscape affect their personal nutritional needs.


Guest(s):
Erin Livers, Integrative Clinical Nutrition Therapist, Bauman College, Boulder, CO

The World of Spices: History, Culture, Uses & Benefits

26Dec

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In this episode we celebrate the truly breathtaking world of spices, a precious commodity that has been traded for thousands of years between cultures and countries. Come on this journey with the AOC Team and explore the health benefits and culinary uses of spices.


Guest(s): 
John Chansari, Founder, Spicely Organics, Fremont, CA

Holidays Reimagined: Gifts that Money Can’t Buy

18Dec

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More than “presents,” the spirit of the season is “presence.” This year, get inspired to gift creatively rather than commercially. Join the AOC Team for a fun and non-traditional approach to gift-giving.


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