Recipes For Life with Pete Evans

A conversation about my favourite ingredients for a healthy human experience.

We take an informed look at topics that include nutritional and emotional wellbeing, as well as expanded consciousness.

Greg Schreeuwer is a chiropractor, kinesiologist, human behavioural expert, innovator and visionary.

He specialises in helping people just like you overcome the obstacles, limitations and challenges keeping them from accomplishing their goals and dreams in life.

He works with a range of tools and techniques including NCR (NeuroCranial Restructuring), as well as Integrative Kinesiology and NET (Neuro Emotional Technique).

These are kinesiology techniques for finding and removing imbalances related to unresolved stress in the body or mind.


Join me as I ask Greg:

  • What is Neuro Emotional Technique (NET)?
  • What is chiropractic and Kinesiology?
  • How often is emotional stress connected to physical ailments?
  • How do we stay in balance?
  • What is NeuroCranial Restructuring (NCR)?


And Greg will share with us:

  • The three levels of the brain.
  • How he uses kinesiology to determine and resolve issues.
  • How overcoming emotional blockages can help overcome obstacles to physical health.
  • How NCR helps achieve balance.


It was a pleasure to be able to share some of Greg’s wisdom in this podcast, such as:

“The brain is a processor of emotion, it doesn't feel emotion like the physical body does.”

“Nature doesn't like when things are out of balance.. ever.”

“I believe the dealing with emotion can actually help you become even more empowered.”


To find out more about Greg, visit http://www.gregschreeuwer.com or http://www.universalhealth.com.au/


I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences - join the conversation on my Facebook page.


This podcast is proudly presented by The Institute For Integrative Nutrition, or IIN for short.

I've completed this amazing health training course through IIN, and I would thoroughly recommend it for anyone wanting to start a career in the health coaching and wellness space.

This course is conducted over a year long period and it's constructed in a way that if you're a full time worker or a busy parent or wherever you are in your life you'll still be able to complete all the required curriculum and modules.

Please see the link included in this post on my Facebook or Instagram page or on iTunes, to access the free sample class and first module of the program, to get a great taste of the format and structure as well as utilise my special discount that I can offer you if you decide to sign up.

Just go to https://geti.in/2K2QcAw, email admissions@integrativenutrition.com or call +1 (212) 730-5433 outside the US, (844) 780-3300 within the US.

Make sure you tell the admission team that you're part of the Pete Evans tuition savings to claim your very substantial discount. More info is at https://www.integrativenutrition.com


Theme music by Mandharu. Audio production by Andy Maher.

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Dr Alberto Villoldo is a bestselling author, medical anthropologist, teacher, healer and Shaman, with a PhD in Psychology.


Join me as I ask Dr Alberto:

  • What is a Shaman?
  • How did he discover Shamanism?
  • What is the science behind plant medicines, or entheogens?
  • His ingredients for a great recipe for life!

And Dr Alberto will share with us:

  • The importance of waking up, growing up and showing up.
  • The best diet for accessing our higher ‘discoverer’ brain.
  • The plant medicines that switch on longevity genes.


Dr Alberto has a deep and broad knowledge, and it was a privilege to have him share some of it with us, like:

“The dream of the western society has become such a nightmare that everybody is trying to wake up from it” .

“Find your own light so that you don't have to be blinded by the light of another.”

“When you turn on this higher brain, then spirituality is inevitable.”


If you'd like to learn more about Dr Alberto, go to https://thefourwinds.com .


I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences - join the conversation on my Facebook page.


This podcast is proudly presented by The Institute For Integrative Nutrition, or IIN for short.

I've completed this amazing health training course through IIN, and I would thoroughly recommend it for anyone wanting to start a career in the health coaching and wellness space.

This course is conducted over a year long period and it's constructed in a way that if you're a full time worker or a busy parent or wherever you are in your life you'll still be able to complete all the required curriculum and modules.

Please see the link included in this post on my Facebook or Instagram page or on iTunes, to access the free sample class and first module of the program, to get a great taste of the format and structure as well as utilise my special discount that I can offer you if you decide to sign up.

Just go to https://geti.in/2K2QcAw, email admissions@integrativenutrition.com or call +1 (212) 730-5433 outside the US, (844) 780-3300 within the US.

Make sure you tell the admission team that you're part of the Pete Evans tuition savings to claim your very substantial discount. More info is at https://www.integrativenutrition.com.


Theme music by Mandharu. Audio production by Andy Maher.

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Bruce Lipton PhD is an internationally recognised leader in bridging science and spirit.


He’s a stem cell biologist, also a bestselling author of The Biology Of Belief as well as The Honeymoon Effect.


Join me as I ask Bruce:

  • What does it mean for us to be human?
  • What advice would he give his younger self?
  • His ingredients for a great recipe for life!

And Bruce will share with us:

  • The programming that we learn and then subconsciously ‘play back’ all our lives.
  • How to reprogram our subconscious.
  • The definition and benefits of conscious parenting.


This episode is full of good humour and great insight, such as:

“The moment you let go of life and joy and bought into the program is the moment you lost the whole reason for being here.”

“How are you going to get a positive result from a negative program?”

“When we say ‘the mind; were actually talking about two different pieces that work together.”


If you'd like to learn more about Bruce Lipton, please visit his website https://www.brucelipton.com/


I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences - join the conversation on my Facebook page.


This podcast is proudly presented by The Institute For Integrative Nutrition, or IIN for short.

I've completed this amazing health training course through IIN, and I would thoroughly recommend it for anyone wanting to start a career in the health coaching and wellness space.

This course is conducted over a year long period and it's constructed in a way that if you're a full time worker or a busy parent or wherever you are in your life you'll still be able to complete all the required curriculum and modules.

Please see the link included in this post on my Facebook or Instagram page or on iTunes, to access the free sample class and first module of the program, to get a great taste of the format and structure as well as utilise my special discount that I can offer you if you decide to sign up.

Just go to https://geti.in/2K2QcAw, email admissions@integrativenutrition.com or call +1 (212) 730-5433 outside the US, (844) 780-3300 within the US.

Make sure you tell the admission team that you're part of the Pete Evans tuition savings to claim your very substantial discount. More info is at https://www.integrativenutrition.com .

Theme music by Mandharu. Audio production by Andy Maher.

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Christopher Ryan is the co-author of the New York Times bestseller “Sex At Dawn: How We Mate, Why We Stray And What It Means For Modern Relationships”, which has been translated into 15 languages.


After receiving a BA in English and American literature in 1984, Chris spent the next two decades travelling around the world pausing in unexpected places to work at decidedly odd jobs.


In his mid-thirties Chris decided to return to school to pursue Doctoral Studies in Psychology at Saybrook Graduate School in San Francisco, California.


Drawing upon his multicultural experience, Chris's research focused on distinguishing the human from the cultural - first by focusing on Shamanism and ethnobotany, studying how various societies interact with altered state of consciousness and the sacred plants that provoke them, and later by looking at diverse cultural perspectives on sexuality.


His doctoral dissertation was a multidisciplinary investigation of prehistoric human sexual behaviour guided by the world renowned psychologist Stanley Krippner.


Chris is finishing a book for Simon and Schuster tentatively called “Civilised To Death: Why Everything's Amazing But Nobody's Happy”.


Join me as I ask Christopher:

  • His definition of what it means to be human.
  • What he has learnt from the ceremonies of different societies he has visited.
  • What was his purpose for the book 'sex at dawn'?

He’ll share with us:

  • The value of the wisdom of the past.
  • How we're a very sexual species.


This episode is a wonderful, wide-ranging conversation, and Chris shares wisdom drawn from his manifold experiences:

“What we do better than any other animal is form complex, flexible social networks. You put one man up against a bear forget about it - but you put five men up against a bear, the bear’s in big trouble!”

“There can't be intimacy without truth.”

“To look at a person as an individual is sort of a mental construct - that person is actually a complex community of organisms.”


To find out more about Christopher Ryan, visit https://ChrisRyanPhD.com.


I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences - join the conversation on my Facebook page.


This podcast is proudly presented by The Institute For Integrative Nutrition, or IIN for short.

I've completed this amazing health training course through IIN, and I would thoroughly recommend it for anyone wanting to start a career in the health coaching and wellness space.

This course is conducted over a year long period and it's constructed in a way that if you're a full time worker or a busy parent or wherever you are in your life you'll still be able to complete all the required curriculum and modules.

Please see the link included in this post on my Facebook or Instagram page or on iTunes, to access the free sample class and first module of the program, to get a great taste of the format and structure as well as utilise my special discount that I can offer you if you decide to sign up.

Just go to https://geti.in/2K2QcAw, email admissions@integrativenutrition.com or call +1 (212) 730-5433 outside the US, (844) 780-3300 within the US.

Make sure you tell the admission team that you're part of the Pete Evans tuition savings to claim your very substantial discount. More info is at https://www.integrativenutrition.com

Theme music by Mandharu. Audio production by Andy Maher.

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Paul Thompson, also known as the Barefoot Podiatrist, has had 10 years experience in podiatry. He's also a dad to a 3 year old and advocates for a barefoot lifestyle.

He's passionate about teaching you to build a body that supports itself and to increase the longevity of your joints while reducing your need for orthotics.

His own personal experience with years of orthotics, injuries and increasing pain through day-to-day activities has led him to successfully seek a better way of life.


Join me as I ask Paul:

  • Why is he known as the barefoot podiatrist?
  • The importance of being barefoot.
  • When we do have to wear shoes, what types are better?

He’ll share with us:

  • Characteristics of good feet.
  • How the big toe unlocks great functions in your feet.
  • How modern shoes cause problems.
  • Tips to help reverse damage done to our feet.


Paul is very knowledgeable in his field, and passionate for a new (or old) way of thinking about human movement, and he shares some real gems with us:

“When we’re walking down the street, you're probably looking at what people are eating - I'm looking at what’s on their feet and how they're walking.”

“What we perceive as normal isn't natural.”

“Nature didn't create us with the intention of putting us in shoes to get around!”

“A modern jogger will have anywhere from 12 to 14 mm of heel raise built-in.”

“Little cuts and things, don't be afraid of that - they’re a lot easier to fix that the big problems that I see later on!”


To find out more about Paul Thompson, visit https://TheBarefootMovement.com.au


I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences - join the conversation on my Facebook page.


This podcast is proudly presented by The Institute For Integrative Nutrition, or IIN for short.

I've completed this amazing health training course through IIN, and I would thoroughly recommend it for anyone wanting to start a career in the health coaching and wellness space.

This course is conducted over a year long period and it's constructed in a way that if you're a full time worker or a busy parent or wherever you are in your life you'll still be able to complete all the required curriculum and modules.

Please see the link included in this post on my Facebook or Instagram page or on iTunes, to access the free sample class and first module of the program, to get a great taste of the format and structure as well as utilise my special discount that I can offer you if you decide to sign up.

Just go to https://geti.in/2K2QcAw, email admissions@integrativenutrition.com or call +1 (212) 730-5433 outside the US, (844) 780-3300 within the US.

Make sure you tell the admission team that you're part of the Pete Evans tuition savings to claim your very substantial discount. More info is at https://www.integrativenutrition.com

Theme music by Mandharu. Audio production by Andy Maher.

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