Jason Shon Bennett

Jason Shon Bennett talks about how to stay young, by using food as your nutritional weapon against illness and disease.

  • Learn why fasting is good for you.
  • What surprising top 5 foods does Jason recommend you add to your diet.
  • Which top 3 things to avoid for living healthier for longer.

Wendyl Nissen

Wendyl Nissen talks about her new book, A Natural Year, which focuses on getting back to basics, and living the good life in Hokianga with husband Paul and their brood of chickens. 

A journalist, broadcaster and former magazine editor, Nissen speaks frankly about:

  • Anxiety and depression, and shares wellness techniques that have worked for her.
  • Recipe testing, including making yeast from grapes and yoghurt using chilli stalks.
  • Buying and keeping chickens.

Alleviating Anxiety

Learn about the power of breath. Which foods and supplements are the best, plus ones to avoid. And how to recognise when anxiety is clouding our thinking, and ways to navigate that.

Our guests are:

  • Sue Thompson – coach, communications specialist and managing director of Evolve Performance Group.
  • Ben Warren – clinical nutritionist and founder of BePure.
  • Rich Hackney – breath and body practitioner of Enrich Health & Fitness.

Jules Bright

Jules Bright’s years of travelling the world while nursing, exploring natural herbal medicines and creating her own skincare brand has led her to live a more natural lifestyle, while inspiring others to do the same. 

Janelle Brunton-Rennie

Janelle Brunton-Rennie talks about overcoming grief and loss. In January 2019 she lost her husband and the love of her life, Kurt Brunton, aged 41, and father of her baby girl Sage, to cancer. Her grief journey to date has helped a lot of people along the way by choosing to share her grief journey publicly on social media.

  • Janelle shares why she decided to go public with her grief journey
  • Her learnings including guilt, forgiveness and gratitude
  • Her advice to anyone experiencing loss.

Jacqlin Richards

Jacqlin Richards talks about her work as a parenting mentor and how she helps parents be okay with being parents.

The most common reason parents seek Richards help is because of their kids behaviour. Not listening, responding or doing what they’ve been asked to do.

  • Richards explains why working with parents can transform children’s behaviour.
  • Why we often become our own parents when we become parents.
  • Why it is natural for parents to want the best for their children and why they should put themselves first.
  • Why it’s okay to be relaxed around devices, within reason.
  • And learning how to parent your inner child.

Tracey Bennett


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