145: Blending Your Way to Health with BlenderBabe Tarashaun

April 18, 2017

According to the stats, we’re eating on average two portions of fruits and vegetables a day…. And this includes ketchup and potato fries! Truth is, for optimum health, we need to be eating more like between 5 and 10. Sounds like a lot to chew? This is where blending comes in. You can throw it all in a blender and drink your veggies!

Tarashaun always knew she wanted to work for herself. She began her entrepreneurial journey by selling jewelry on eBay. When she bought a high-power blender, she knew she had to share its magic with others. Smoothies, soups, ice cream, grinding grains—the versatility of this machine motivated Tarashaun to launch BlenderBabes and inspire people to make more than just smoothies. If you’re confused about blending, BlenderBabes is the site for you. She takes blenders through rigorous testing and offers honest reviews to help you choose your perfect kitchen companion.

Tarashaun also has an incredible healing story to share. She overcame a decade of disordered eating and wants to share her experience to help others. So many of us have an unhealthy relationship with food. For Tarashaun, reading The Secret opened her eyes to how she could use self-love and acceptance to heal. An eating disorder doesn’t have to last forever—it is possible to move forward from it, and self-love is an essential part of that.

If you want to dive into health, why not give Tarashaun’s Blender Cleanse a go? It’s a five-day program that helps you prepare your body for the cleanse, and provides enough nutrients and diversity to keep you satiated. Unlike a juice cleanse, you won’t be “hangry.”

  

What you’ll learn:

  • Juicing vs blending: which is best?
  • What happened during Suzy’s juice fast.
  • The most important part of any detox – that most people fail to do.
  • One ingredient to help curb “hangry-ness.”
  • The theory behind cleansing.
  • How can blending help you heal?
  • Why you need to include potatoes into your diet.
  • How step into self-love.
  • How to make a vegan bulletproof coffee, with a twist.
  • Tarashaun’s top tips for newbie food bloggers or anyone starting their business.

  

The Blender Babe’s super easy and delicious recipe for kids or picky eaters:

  • Frozen acai
  • Vegan yogurt unsweetened
  • Red cabbage
  • Berries
  • A banana

 

Our favorite moments:

@12:50 Chained to your juicer?

@21:52 My jaw just dropped.

@23:45 King Kong cold.

@24:45 We need to fall in love with potato again

@36:20 I blame Disney.

@41:46 Blendolution

@44:04 Political blend-off

 

Tweetables:

Tweet: Live healthier, get a blender @blenderbabes @foodhealsnation #foodhealspodcast

Tweet: Ketchup is not a #vegetable – get your fresh five a day #plantbased #FoodHealsPodcast

Tweet: Noone can #love you enough to fill the void if you don’t love yourself @foodhealsnation

Tweet: You can be anything you want @foodhealsnation #liveyourdream #FoodHealsPodcast

Tweet: Do what you love and love what you do @FoodHealsNation #liveyourdream #FoodHealsPodcast

 

This episode is sponsored by:

Global Healing Center – Non-toxic, organic skin care products and detox supplements. Their mission is to bring back good health, positive thinking, happiness, and love! Your body is a self-healing mechanism. Enter the code foodheals for 20% off your order – plus free shipping!

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Links

www.blenderbabes.com

https://www.blenderbabes.com/detox

https://www.blenderbabes.com/detox

https://www.blenderbabes.com/detox

http://www.blenderbabes/detox: join the free juice detox!

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About Us:

Being hailed as “Sex and the City for Food,” The Food Heals Podcast brings together experts in the field of nutrition, health and healing to teach you the best-kept natural secrets to being a hotter, healthier, happier YOU!

The Food Heals Podcast is hosted by Allison Melody and Suzy Hardy – two self-proclaimed natural chicks who will rock your world and change your beliefs about health! This sexy, savvy duo provides eco-friendly advice on a variety of issues including the healing power of nutrition, living authentically, turning your passion into your career, choosing the best natural health and beauty products, the benefits of a plant-based diet and so much more!

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