My guest today is Lisa Corduff, wholefoods advocate.
Lisa has a successful online business helping real people eat more real food, in the real world.
After building an engaged community over two years, she created the innovative Small Steps to Wholefoods online program in 2014 when the youngest of her three children was four months old – the eldest was four years old! She went on to release two more eCourses and a membership program within 18 months of her business launching – generating a very healthy six figure income – amongst swing pushing, cubby-house building and toddler taming!
You can find Lisa at her website, Lisa Corduff, Keeping Food Real.
You can connect with Lisa on Facebook.This desire to have rules around food is a reflection that we have lost our food culture @lisa_corduff Click To Tweet
What Lisa Corduff and I discussed
- helping people take small steps to eat real food
- the difficulty of changing food habits
- the power of small changes
- starting her wholefoods journey
- the impact of having kids on Lisa’s eating habits
- Jude Blereau – a food hero
- food fads as a reflection of society being off track
- paleo is not the only way to eat
- our childhood eating habits and how this creates a connection to food
- store bought birthday cakes
- learning simple cooking skills
- Cyndi O’Meara Changing Habits Changing Lives
- The Kaizen Approach
- rewarding yourself with food
- confusing food messages
- margarine vs butter
- sneaky sugar in cereal
- building a successful online business
- building a community of raving fans
- being present
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