Welcome to the Feel Good Podcast with Kimberly Snyder. Our goal is to help you be your most healthy, confident, beautiful and joyful! Our topics focus on health and wellness (physical, emotional/mental and spiritual), holistic nutrition, medicinal plants, natural rhythms and cycles, beauty, meditation, self care and rituals, spirituality and personal empowerment.
Feeling Good means we are healthy, balanced, peaceful, confident and joyful, right in the midst of our perfectly imperfect lives. Feeling Good requires us to tune in and nourish our whole selves, which is made up of the four Solluna Cornerstones: our food, our bodies, our emotional well-being and our spiritual growth. Feeling good naturally leads to also looking good, in a much more powerful way from glowing skin created from within, a beautifully healthy body, radiant energy, and a greater level of overall well-being and personal growth.
Thursday is our community show, where I cover a themed topic and answer four questions that come right from members of our community, just like you! We are here to support you in living your most beautiful, inspired and joyful life.
I’m your host, Kimberly Snyder, founder of Solluna, New York Times best-selling author and nutritionist. I’m so grateful and honored we found each other!
This week’s topic is: Habits To Reduce Inflammation
Have you been wondering about this very topic? If you want to know the answer to this question and 3 more sent in by Beauties just like you, listen now to find out!
How can I tell if the inflammation I suffer from is food related or caused by stress? I’m trying to be mindful of how I talk to myself but feel like I’m pulling at straws. Is there an easier way to tell the difference?
Layla – Seattle, WA
Why is it my friend can eat whatever she wants with no side effects and I try to eat healthy and feel bloated all the time. I know I can’t compare myself to others but after awhile it gets tiring to work so hard and not see results.
Brook – Bath, West Virginia
Why do I wake up with puffy eyes all the time? I’ve tried all kinds of remedies, from tea bags to cucumbers and everything in between. Is this because of my genetics or something more?
Taylor – Bend, Oregon
I’ve been adding a lot of cilantro into my smoothies and recipes since I’ve read it helps with inflammation. Do you have other suggestions on herbs and spices that will help in reducing swelling. I eat and live clean but occasionally have flare ups.
Inspirational Thought Of The Week
Nourish Yourself To Reduce Inflammation
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Want to know what to expect from other episodes of the “Feel Good Podcast with Kimberly Snyder”? My passion is to inspire and empower you to be your most authentic and beautiful self. We offer interviews with top experts, my personal philosophies and experiences, as well as answers to community-based questions around topics such as health, beauty, nutrition, yoga, spirituality and personal growth.
The intention of the Feel Good Podcast is to well…help you really Feel Good in your body, mind and spirit! Feeling Good means feeling peaceful, energized, whole, uniquely beautiful, confident and joyful, right in the midst of your perfectly imperfect life. This podcast is as informative and full of practical tips and take-aways as it is inspirational. I am here to support you in being your very best! I have so much love and gratitude for you. Thank you for tuning in and being part of the community :).
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