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February 13, 2017

ep. 2: Katie Jasper, Prescribe Nutrition



We all need healing, whether from a broken heart or a chronic health condition. Join self-help obsessed writer and founder of, Elizabeth Dehn, on a weekly spirit journey with the teachers and gurus who are transforming lives in unconventional ways. These modern-day healers will change the way you view the universe—and your ability to heal yourself.

We are inundated with diets, detoxes and juice cleanses. But what we aren’t talking about is our relationship with food. How we it to self-medicate while it’s also the very thing that’s making us sick. Katie Jasper is a functional nutritionist, recovering anorexic and the co-founder of Prescribe Nutrition, whose mission is to help us feel better. It’s less complicated than you might think, but it starts with tuning in to the thing you’ve been neglecting: you. Other highlights from the episode: the booze blues, yeast infections, and the one thing we should stop eating. Katie was in the throes of a sinus infection when she joined me in-studio, a reminder that our bodies are always telling us what they need—and when to slow down.


Prescribe Nutrition
Whole 30
A Month Without Sugar (The New York Times)
The Insidious Yeast Infection We All Have and How to Treat it (GOOP)

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  • Elizabeth Dehn
    Born and raised in Minnesota by surprisingly low-maintenance parents, beauty writer and lifestyle editor Elizabeth Dehn (aka Bets) spent her awkward years buying Mood lipstick and whipping up DIY face masks before founding Beauty Bets in 2009.
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