Talia Pollock is on the show this week! Talia is the author of Party In Your Plants, speaker, storyteller, plant-based chef, TV personality, and health and empowerment coach. I was a guest on Talia’s podcast, Party in My Plants, last year. She has a fantastic sense of humor, and we hit it off well. Talia has a unique and refreshing approach when it comes to being healthy.
Today, Talia offers ways to take the hell out of being healthy. In Talia’s words, the world doesn’t need more recipes. Instead, she believes we need more courage, confidence, and boldness to take action and make the right choices for our health.
In this episode you’ll hear:
- Healthy eating, yeah, it kind of sucks. Talia offers some ways to take the hell out of being healthy. (7:36)
- Why energy is the main benefit of eating plants. (15:48)
- How Talia’s work is intended to help, people thrive outside the kitchen. (17:57)
- Confidence is the missing piece for executing our healthy lifestyle. (23:49)
- What surprises Talia the most about the women she works when she takes them through this journey. (29:05)
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Talia Pollock is an author, speaker, storyteller, plant-based chef, TV personality, and health and empowerment coach. She’s the host of the popular Party in My Plants Podcast and the proud founder of Party in My Plants, an internationally-celebrated wellness platform that helps real, busy, everyday people skyrocket their positive energy to boldly take on the world in any way they wish. Talia’s simple recipes and spunky lifestyle advice have been featured repeatedly on the Dr. Oz Show, The Huffington Post, mindbodygreen, Buzzfeed, Bustle, Success Magazine and more. Her first book, Party In Your Plants, 100+ Plant-Based Recipes and Problem-Solving Strategies to Help You Eat Healthier Without Hating your Life will hit kitchen counters and nightstands on April 21st. She lives in New York with her husband and her goldendoodle, both of whom love kale and one of whom eats it off the floor.