With so many chemicals in everyday products how can we know which ones are the worst culprits, and what are some safer, effective alternatives? How can we fight off colds and boost our kids immunity the natural way? Host Amelia Phillips and founder of 123 Nourish Me Alisa Latto discuss the practical family hacks to reduce toxin exposure and fight off sickness at the first sign of a sore throat.
About the guest:
Alisa Latto (and her business partner Dani Crews) are both Mums and the founders of 123 Nourish Me, an education hub, vibrant community and marketplace for organic, clean products for the family and home. From sunscreens to organic, nutrient rich foods and beverages, essential oils and household products, 123 Nourish Me is a great community for parents trying to raise healthy happy kids.
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About the host:
Amelia Phillips is an exercise, nutrition, parenting and business expert with a career spanning 26 years in health. She's a registered exercise scientist, nutritionist and researcher (with a masters of human nutrition). She is the co-founder of health tech company 12WBT. After a successful exit, she now consults to health companies, presents and appears in the media. Amelia had four kids in five years and is dedicated to empowering women to build a life after kids on the foundation of health (mental and physical), love and purpose.
Find out more at www.ameliaphillips.com.au
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Host: Amelia Phillips Guest: Alisa Latto
Audio Producer: Darren Roth
Music: Matt Nicholich Production Partner: Nova Entertainment Pty Ltd
Healthy Her acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.