Ep 84 LIVE SHOW: Learn how to eat to feed your mind, body & soul - with Denisa Jedlickova and YvG5O

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Our special guest Denisa Jedlickova joined us at the Radio Station to debunk myths about veganism and to teach us how to make small changes in our diets in order to get significant results.

Why is this LIVE SHOW Special?

Food has become a controversial topic these days; No matter how you eat and what you eat you will most probably get judged by others. Vegans attack carnivores; meat eaters make fun of vegetarians, who then again accuse vegans of being too radical. Pescetarians seem to be an “island on their own” as neither carnivores nor vegetarians seem to “approve” their choice of eating “somewhere in the middle.”

Sometimes the arguments that take place around the topic of food and nutrition are so fierce that they slowly start to resemble religious debates, where all sides of the conflict are trying to convert people into becoming a member of their church.

How did we end up in this madness?

For starters, eating habits are a very personal choice. Consuming food is not only an intimate act but also an activity that is deeply rooted in our cultures as a way of sharing, socialising, celebrating and grieving. We don’t want to be told how should we eat, but then again, we are bothered by other’s eating choices because we take food choices very personally.

In today’s show, Denisa - who is an integrative nutritionist by education and a vegan by passion - talks about “the right diet” and why is it important to choose a way of eating that resonates WITH US and is not dictated by others (the family, friends or “experts”). Her practical, down-to-earth approach, simple yet easy to implement tips and a tolerance for any eating style (as long as it is healthy, of course ;)) makes her a compelling guest and a fantastic conversation partner. Trust us, you don’t want to miss this show!

Who is Denisa?

I am known as: 'The Circle girl with the vegan and green food' It makes me laugh but it is soooo true! I believe that health is wealth and that prevention is a key to longevity! 
I am a food freak in love with
developing Raw, Vegan recipes. I am passionate about self-development and running LetHerThrive Women's Circles. I am an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach in love with my clients. I want people to THRIVE because that's the best feeling ever!️

We were debunking 5 Myths about Food & Veganism


  1. Myth/ fact 1: Vegan diet is always healthy

  2. Myth/ fact 2: Food is energy

  3. Myth/ fact 3: Even though we’re obese as society, we’re actually undernourished

  4. Myth/ fact 4: When we don’t nourish our body properly, we impact not only our body, but also mind and soul

  5. Myth/ fact 5: You have to spend really long hours in the kitchen to make healthy food

We Have Also Talked About The Results Of The Survey That We’ve Done Among Our Listeners:

1. Vegan or carnivore diet?

22,5% Vegan! (I eat only food that comes from plants)

20% Carnivore! (I eat meat)

25% Vegetarian! (I eat veggies and some milk/ eggs

0% Pescetarian! (I eat meat that lives under water ;-))

22,5% Whatever feels good in my stomach


2. How important is it for you to consume healthy, nutritious food?

54% Quite, I try to eat as healthy as possible

33% Very, it’s one of my top priorities

3% Not on my priority list

0% Not really, but I’d like to change that

1% Sad: I find it important, but I just find the time & energy to make it happen

3. What is more important for health; ecologic ingredients or love & joy felt while eating?

25% Healthy, ecologic ingredients are more important

6% Love & joy are more important

22% I don’t think about that, I eat what I want

47% You need both to stay healthy

0% I have no idea

4. Do you practice gratitude or mindfulness while preparing / consuming food?

29% Yes, sometimes

3% Yes, always

18% Nope, not my kinda thing

15% Not really but sounds like a good idea!

6% I’d like to but don’t find the time/ energy

29%         What on earth does it mean


5. How often do you eat for another reason than hunger?

43 Sometimes I indulge in food for pleasure

19 Almost never. Food is for fuel when I am hungry.

13 I often eat when I am stressed or upset

22 Eating is my hobby, so it happens that I eat for other reasons than hunger

3 I think eating is a great way to socialite so I also eat when I am with friends/family - even if I'm not that hungry

How To Find Denisa?

Denisa’s Facebook

Denisa’s Webpage

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