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Brains & Bellies

Nutritional Therapist Beth English Myers and Ayurveda Health Counselor, Karri Jinkins discuss all things health, weaving together ancient and modern techniques from menarche to menopause. Join them and their favorite people each Thursday for affordable and achievable health advice. They’ll laugh, argue, cry and motivate you to get to the bottom of your health(y) issue.

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Beth and Karri talk to Yoga expert, Eddie Stern about how to change patterns, build health and the importance of developing independence with our practices in order to open neural pathways. Eddie shares some secrets on his diet, his own practice struggles and he explains to us what the new Broome Street Temple is all about.

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Beth and Karri talk with Alli and Heather from Rock the Glow about how to navigate the peri-menopause and menopause symptoms that may have you feeling tired, foggy and angry. We uncover some of the biggest misconceptions with menopause and HRT therapy.

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Beth and Karri talk to Co-founder of Tribe Organics, Eduardo Oliver, and head of sales/marketing (and also wife), Denisse Nasser. They discuss what makes Tribe Organic's herbs so potent and efficient.

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Beth and Karri talk with sourdough bread-making enthusiast, Daniel Dover, on this weeks episode. Daniel gives them his top tips on which flours create the tastiest loaves as well as precise instructions on what tools you will need and the best recipe to get started making your own nutritious and gut friendly sourdough loaves in 2022.


Beth and Karri explore all the nutritional benefits of sourdough, including potential gluten free options for our GF friends. They also share which dosha-type this type of bread is good for.

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Karri and Beth discuss some simple strategies that we can all embrace to help us have a joyful and healthful Holiday season. They chat about some positive and negative aspects of this time of year and encourage all of you to recognize the current moment as way to usher in joy this Season.

Brains and Bellies with Amma Mama chats with spiritual leader, Sri Preethaji about Karma, the beautiful state, and The Four Sacred Secrets.

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Beth and Karri sit down with Karen Harrison, founder of Team Gene, a genetic testing company that tests specifically for genes that are involved in nutrient metabolism, synthesis and utilization that can affect your performance as a sporty person or athlete. This allows you to eat smarter in order to achieve your fitness goals.

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Karri talks with Kristin Leigh and Barbara Verrochi from The Shala in NYC about women's health, women's power and advice on how to open and build a thriving yoga studio.

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Karri and Beth discuss seeds that we can easily incorporate into our daily meals that will encourage health while improving specific minerals and nutrients in our system. They share a couple of easy recipes to help incorporate some of these super seeds.

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Beth and Karri discuss what nourishes us with actress and action performer, Phoebe Robinson Galvin. They share simple techniques to help build your Ojas (juice of life) and feel nourished.

In today's episode, Beth and Karri discuss the vagus nerve, HRV (heart rate variability), vagal tone and the give details on specific practices that can be done in order to increase vagal tone.

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Brains and Bellies with Amma Mama discuss the Functional Nutritional Therapy Matrix and the Doshas. What are these things and how do they fit together?

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Brains and Bellies with Amma Mama sits down with Private NYC chef, Renee Lesson, and they discuss Meat. Should we be vegetarian, should we be vegan, should we be omnivorous? Which is best for us, for our family, for our world?

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AmmaMama discusses sea vegetables in all of its forms. They dive into the history of how sea vegetables have sustained and nourished us for centuries and how they are helping to heal not only our guts, but our oceans too.

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AmmaMama discusses foods that will help to ease peri-menopause and menopause symptoms like hot flashes, vaginal dryness, insomnia and weight gain. They will dive deep, into the root cause of what maybe making you feel unwell.

Are you spending money every day on those sweet drinks from coffee shops and juice bars like Starbucks? Join AmmaMama today and learn some delicious do-it-yourself drinks that won't break the bank and will support your health.

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AmmaMama discusses culinary spices to improve our immunity, such as Garam Masala, Tumeric, Black pepper and Ginger and they share a fabulous recipe for making your own Garam Masala spice blend at home.