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Jill Blakeway's Grow Cook Heal

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United States

Networks:

CBS Radio

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Grow Cook Heal is a podcast full of sensible and practical advice about natural healing and eating seasonally, hosted by author and Chinese medicine practitioner Jill Blakeway. Each week on the show Jill talks to growers and food producers about where our food comes from, to cooks about their favorite healthy recipes and to healers about living vibrantly and living well.

Twitter:

@playit

Language:

English

Contact:

1271 Ave of the Americas 44th Fl New York, NY 10020


Episodes

Jessa Zinn On Jill Blakeway’s Grow Cook Heal

2/3/2017
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Duration: 00:07:10


Katy Hogan On Jill Blakeway’s Grow Cook Heal

2/3/2017
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Duration: 00:09:36


Episode 54 – How We Heal Ourselves, What The Natural Gourmet Institute Can Do For You, And An Interesting Look At The Relationship Between Acupuncture & Stroke Therapy

1/13/2017
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For the last episode of 2016 Jill visits popular psychotherapist and author Karol Ward about how we can heal ourselves. Karol has been on the show many times before and her advice has always proven to be invaluable. On this week’s show Jill and Karol discuss what constitutes “healing” and where we tend to fall short in our self-healing processes. Then Jill is joined by chef Celine Beitchman. Celine is an infectiously enthusiastic instructor at the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City...

Duration: 00:35:41


Episode 53 – Well+Good Wellness Trends 2017 (Part 2)

1/13/2017
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Jill is joined by founders of the extremely popular online wellness publication Well+Good for the second week in our two-part special. Alexia Brue and Melisse Gelula continue to take us through the 2017 edition of their annual “wellness trends” feature, where they predict what is going to be big in the world of health, fitness and lifestyle in the coming year. Well+Good’s predictions are always on point and on this week’s show, Alexia, Melisse and Jill cover the remaining ten of fifteen.

Duration: 00:29:50


Episode 50 – Urban composting. Making Tuscan Bean Soup. Winter exercise suggestions for couch potatoes.

1/13/2017
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Did you know that New York City has a whole system for recycling household food waste? Jill talks to Erycka de Jesus from The NYC Compost Project hosted by Big Reuse about how to compost in a city and why composting is important. We join Jill in the kitchen with Ann Ogden from the charity Cook for Your Life. Ann teaches cancer patients how to cook and on today’s show she shares a simple recipe for a nourishing tomato and bean soup. Finally Jill asks exercise physiologist Sarah Lehman for...

Duration: 00:31:31


Episode 49 – American Ginseng, Roasted Root Vegetables, And Pregnancy Confessions

1/13/2017
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What’s the difference between Asian and American Ginseng? Bob Beyfuss, the ginseng guru, explains all on this week’s episode of Grow Cook Heal. Bob is probably the biggest expert on Ginseng in America today and has done research work for Cornell University and number of different institutions over the years. These days Bob focuses his energy on the conservation of ginseng and continues to be an invaluable asset to the industry and Jill visits him this week to pick his brain on all things...

Duration: 00:37:38


Episode 47 – Change Food Fest 2016, Reversing Bone Loss, and an Asian Spicy Kale Chip Recipe.

1/13/2017
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Did you know that JetBlue has an urban farm at Terminal 5 at JFK Airport in New York? It’s one of the things Jill found out from her first guest on this week’s episode of GCH. Diane Hatz founded a not-for-profit called Change Food to promote sustainable and humane food production. Jill and Diane talk about advances in food technology, the urban gardening movement and how to combat food wastage. All of that and more will be covered at the upcoming Change Food Fest in New York and Diane...

Duration: 00:35:45


Episode 45 – Are your emotions making you sick?

1/13/2017
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Jill asks psychologist and life coach Vanessa Scotto how our emotions affect our health. Vanessa explains how we can free ourselves from the pain that we store in our bodies so we can move forward.

Duration: 00:30:57


Episode 44 – A psychic-medium explains how to get guidance from your celestial team. A former cancer patient cooks a nourishing grilled shrimp and leek salad.

1/13/2017
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MaryAnn DiMarco is a psychic-medium who has been able to see the other side since she was child. She’s the author of a new book called Believe, Ask, Act where she explains how to tap into your “celestial team” to get advice. Jill asks her how we can all develop our intuition and open up to divine advice. Then Jill joins Ann Ogden in her kitchen in New York. Ann is a former cancer patient who founded a charity called Cook For Your Life, where she teaches cancer patients how to cook...

Duration: 00:35:16


Episode 43 – Is Rye Bread Porridge the new Oatmeal? How to heal a Fatty Liver. And a city girl, turned farmer, talks about country living.

1/13/2017
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Meet Jenn Schober a city girl, turned farmer, who tells Jill why it’s good to know who grows your food. Jenn has founded a weekly market in Chatham, NY and Jill asks her what it took to gather people together and how a farmer’s market can benefit both growers and consumers. Then Jill visits Self-Nourishment Coach, Jeanette Bronee, to cook Rye Bread Porridge, a traditional breakfast from her native Denmark. Jeanette’s version of this newly fashionable dish has a surprising ingredient, a...

Duration: 00:34:57


Episode 42 – How to avoid charitable scams, how to pickle veggie pods and can acupuncture make IVF success more likely?

1/13/2017
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Jill asks charitable consult Laurie Styron how to avoid charity scams and give to organizations that really are making a difference. Then Jill joins caterer Marcey Brownstein in the kitchen, Marcey prides herself on using vegetables from “root to shoot” and she shows Jill how to pickle something many people throw away. Marcey shares a recipe for a simple veggie pod and seed pickle, that can be used to accompany meats, in sandwiches or scattered on a salad. Finally Jill talks to Chinese...

Duration: 00:37:10


Episode 41 – What is grass-fed beef? Putting together the perfect cheese plate. How to meet health challenges head-on.

1/13/2017
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What is grass fed beef and why is it good for you? Willy Denner raises a rare breed of heritage cattle at his farm Little Seed Gardens and explains why it’s important to preserve diversity when it comes to livestock. Matt Rebackoff is a cheese buyer for one of the oldest cheese stores in New York. Jill asks him how to put together the perfect cheese plate and learns a lot she didn’t know about cheese. And weight loss expert Margaret Marshall talks about her new book Healthy Living Means...

Duration: 00:36:44


Episode 39 – Do acupuncture face-lifts work? What does a chef cook at home? What is community supported agriculture?

1/13/2017
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Little Seed Gardens is an organic farm that practices Community Supported Agriculture. This is a system where customers pay in advance for a share of a farm’s crops and then receive a box of fresh produce each week. Jill chats with mother and daughter team Claudia Kenny and Mae Denner-Kenny about life on the farm. We join Jill on the phone with her brother Pete Blakeway. Pete lives in New Zealand where he is a chef, TV host and cookbook author. He shares his tips and explains to Jill what...

Duration: 00:36:57


Episode 38 – A village bakery goes gluten-free, a summer vegetable sauté and Chinese pulse diagnosis.

1/13/2017
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Our Daily Bread is a traditional village bakery in upstate New York that took the decision to change with the times and make gluten-free bread. Jill meets father and son team Zvi and Gavriel Cohen and finds out why they made this decision and how good gluten-free bread is made. Then we join Jill in the kitchen with Ann Ogden from the charity Cook For Your Life. Ann has made it her mission to teach cancer patients how to cook nourishing food and this week’s episode she shares her recipe for...

Duration: 00:34:26


Episode 37 – A new Lyme disease test, a cooling fruit and vegetable popsicle and baking and preserving in a farm kitchen.

1/13/2017
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Jill visits the farm store at Little Ghent Farm to talk to Mimi Beaven about her new book on preserving and jam making. Mimi’s also know for making excellent sourdough bread and she talks to Jill about cooking and baking on a farm. Then we join Jill in the kitchen with self-nourishment coach Jeanette Bronee who is making watermelon, beet and berry popsicles and finally Jill talks to Helen McCormack whose company is developing a new test for Lyme disease.

Duration: 00:35:28


Episode 36 – Why we feel emotions in our gut - a GI doctor explains the mind-gut connection. Bringing up children on a farm. A recipe for roasted eggplant with yogurt sauce and pomegranate seeds.

1/13/2017
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Farmer Betsy Helmrath talks about the benefits and hardships of bringing up children on a farm. Then Jill joins her husband Noah in the kitchen to cook a vegetarian lunch. And Dr Emeran Mayer is the author of a new book about the mind-gut connection. Jill asks Dr Mayer to explain how our digestive system affects our mood.

Duration: 00:34:54


Episode 35 – What do boxing and meditation have in common? A recipe for White Chocolate and Oatmeal Cookies. The benefits of growing vegetables in water instead of soil.

1/13/2017
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Jill talks to John Gilbert from the Berry Farm about hydroponic gardening. John explains how growing vegetables in water, rather than soil, allows him to control their nutrient supply and leads to better quality plants. Then Jill joins her daughter Emma in the kitchen to make White Chocolate and Oatmeal Cookies. Jill and Emma chat about health, family and food while they bake. Finally Jill meets with Vanessa Chakour a former professional boxer who founded an organization called Sacred...

Duration: 00:12:25