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The Travelling Wellness Show

Not any old Health & Wellness podcast!! Join Clinical practitioner Shannon Brenton, as he packs up his clinic and hits the road full time to connect with Australia's most experienced & influential talents in the health & wellness space. Combining with many of the people Shannon has worked with over the years, these are the stories often never told. Bare boned truths, industry secrets & the personal experiences of industry leaders that most never get to hear from. Educational, inspirational & entertaining, the outcome is a thought provoking collection of conversations aimed at equipping the average person with the tools & perspectives required to live a better life in modern times. This Podcast is proudly brought to you by PSE Supplements.
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May 19, 2017

"I once read this thing about footprints in the sand and decided not to tread the path of anyone else. I wanted to be original”

 

-Cheyne Horan

 

Welcome to episode 18 of the travelling wellness show

 

Let me start by saying that this episode has very little to do with surfing, and is possibly one of the most thought provoking episodes I’ve done & with content that was completely unexpected.

 

Surfing has simply offered today’s guest a deeper connection & unparalleled life perspective that only mother nature can possibly serve up.

 

Cheyne Horan is a true innovator, visionary & public activast, who has used his voice & public position to help make the world better.

 

“ I realised that surfing and life intertwined. If i sought to experience a wave in a different way, I also experienced life in a different way”

 

-Cheyne Horan

 

 

We discuss

 

*Cheyne’s affinity for macrobiotic eating, yoga & meditation & his ultimate goal of cleaning mind, body & Spirit

*Cheyne’s connection to legendary innovator Ben Lexen, and the fin that challenged the industry.

*How surfing changed his life, and the parallel between how one surfs & how one chooses to live.

*How age has affected his ability to do what he loves

*Cheyne’s crusade to put etiquette back into the water and the world.

*What it means to truly carve your own path in life

 

 

I love this bloke and am so pleased to introduce you to a true soul surfer.

We all have things to learn from Cheyne Horan

May 12, 2017

Did you know that on average we consume approximately 200 eggs per year each and that's talking it down for many, but have you every pondered the true reality of just what kind of egg you're purchasing & the impact your choice is having not only on your personal nutrition, but also upon the reality of the laying hens?

 

 

Behind any consumable food product lies our farmers & food tech specialists, who may or may not be considering the impact of their practices upon our health. And with recent stats eluding to the true reality of how may eggs we actually consume per capita, it’s high time we started to observe the impact of our food choices both upon the subsequent effects that are passed onto our health & that of our loved ones + the overall environmental impact of shitty ethical standards.

 Today I tell the tale of 2 farmers, who ask all the right questions and focus upon perfecting small yield growing practices with eggs.

 

We discuss...

 -Industry standards of ‘Free Range VS Organic and Pastured eggs, and how this relates to animal welfare.

 

- What is 'meaningful access’ in the free range system, and why marketing is deceiving you every time you try to make an informed choice when choosing an egg to purchase

 -The prevalence & disappointing reality of pesticide & herbicide overuse in the food industry + the toxic reality of conventionally grown food & why YOU need to start questioning what goes into your body.

 -Why you should either be purchasing organic & pastured eggs from local farmers in your area OR keeping chooks at home yourself

 -The reality of this low margin commodity, and the actual value of our food which unfortunately has become lost over time.

 I hope this episode makes us all have a good look at our value systems around food, and start getting back to the larger life questions that have become lost throughout the daily struggle of life.

 

The guidelines around Pastured production can be found here https://www.proof.net.au/guidelines

 

Small scale home chicken tractors can be found here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicken_tractor

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