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Food Smarts

Join Nutrition Consultant and Food Literacy Coach Kirsten Serrano of Small Wonder Food and Amie Mullikin as we talk about all things food. The focus is on helping people gain energy, focus, productivity, and health by using the power of food to nourish themselves. We also talk about a wide variety of food literacy topics---from raising your own food to food's intersection with culture and politics. Whether you are just curious about better nutrition or have some serious chronic/autoimmune issues, we have something for you.
 
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Jan 30, 2020

Kirsten tells you what will be included in her book coming out fall 2020.  Eat To Your Advantage is your survival guide to the American food system written by a nutrition expert, farmer, restaurateur, and consumer of nutrition therapy.  The book answers the question of how to eat for the health of your body and brain...


Jan 23, 2020

Kirsten details 5 ways to improve your resilience to meet the challenges of a broken food system and the climate emergency.  Not only do we need to build skills to be more self-reliant, but to be productive community citizens who can react wisely to local disasters. 


Jan 16, 2020

I love this interview! Shannon Stanis, Watershed Coordinator with the Wabash River Enhancement Corporation and I discuss fermentation. Shannon shares their love for making sauerkraut and kombucha. We discuss how fermentation works, how it builds health, and how sharing a ferment is sharing a little bit of...


Jan 9, 2020

Kirsten, Amie, and guest co-host Marshmallow the chinchilla talk about the importance of elimination and reintroduction diets in identifying what foods work for and against you.  Kirsten is certified in both the Autoimmune Protocol and the Wahls Protocol and helps individuals uncover what food really works for them...


Jan 1, 2020

Kirsten explains her 2020 Make It Count Food Challenge.  This is not a diet! The Make It Count Challenge is all about eating a diverse variety of foods.  You can participate as an individual, group, or family.  The challenge is designed to build food knowledge, get you reading food labels, and...