Welcome to The Rebel Health Tribe Podcast – Episode 33: Lisa Herndon, Fermentationista! Joe and Michael will be joined by Lisa in this informative and entertaining episode. Joe reveals his ice cream soft spot as they discuss what happens to the egg yolks from all of those boxes egg whites. Lisa shares her passion for helping people from marriage and family counseling to graphic design to fermentation to functional wellness. Relationships and mental wellbeing is tightly linked to nutrition and lifestyle habits. You will be reminded of the continual need to stay on top of new health research, as the knowledge has changed from conventional understanding. Lisa will even touch on the best way to make ferments with low histamine and the cleanest taste! And if that isn’t exciting enough, be prepared to learn several weird facts about kimchi! Michael will share his favorite ingredient for fermentation creations. Michael will confess his reasons for not having a personal Instagram account as the crew dives into the pros and cons of TV and cell phones! So if you are ready for another enlightening podcast episode, click below to join us and be inspired!
Lisa, founder of Lisa’s Counter Culture, is passionate about “real food” and loves being able to share her recipes and techniques for creating nourishing and traditional food. She is especially interested and skilled in fermentation for supporting your health and wellness. Through continued study and nutrition research since 2001, she has found her home in the Paleo/Primal world. Her main tenet is “be mindful and eat real food”.
Lisa is a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN) Practitioner and certified in Applied Clinical Nutrition. As a functional nutrition lifestyle coach, she uses non-invasive functional laboratory tests along with a comprehensive intake and your personal health story to educate you on how to take charge of your health using natural solutions to heal the underlying malfunctions and underlying conditions at the root of most common health complaints.
Michael Roesslein, MS, FDN, HLC
One co-founder of Rebel Health Tribe, Michael holds a Masters Degree (MS) in Exercise Science & Health Promotion, is a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, and Certified CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach.
He founded Natural Evolution Holistic Health in 2009, and co-founded Rebel Health Tribe in 2014.
Michael brings plenty of real-life experience into his practice and work, having faced his own internal struggles and health issues over the last decade.
Joe Rignola, FDN, HHP
One co-founder of Rebel Health Tribe, Joe is the author of the best-selling books The Definitive Way to Go Gluten Free and Sow: Planting the Seeds for Health, Well-Being, and a Superhero Life. He has also hosted several successful online-based events, such as the Primal Cooking Workshop!
Joe battled personal health challenges for much of his life; challenges that included severe digestive issues, blood sugar problems, and depression. This led him to seek standard medications for these ailments, which brought along debilitating side affects, and forced him to seek alternative means for his health.
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