Mindset,  Nutrition,  Peaceful Power Podcast

153: Maria Marlowe on Eating Healthy on a Budget & for Clear Skin

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Welcome to the Peaceful Power Podcast today I chat with Maria Marlowe all about how to eat healthy on a budget.

Introduction

Maria is someone that I found to be a great fit for the show as she has tons of easy to follow tips & takeaways you can incorporate into your daily life. She gives tons of awesome website ideas of where to eat healthy on a budget, how to clear up your skin through food and has even written a book all about how to grocery shop on a budget that you can find over on Amazon.

Background on Maria Marlowe

Maria Marlowe helps busy women improve their health, reach their ideal weight, and clear up their acne by upgrading their diet. She is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Founder of mariamarlowe.com, a place to learn how to optimize our diet and lifestyle to look and feel our best every single day.
She opened her practice in New York City in 2013, and has since coached hundreds of people – from moms to business executives to celebrities – to healthier eating habits.
Maria’s first book, The Real Food Grocery Guide, has been called “the most practical, book to navigate a healthier way of eating” by renowned physician and leading researcher in healthcare, Dr. Dean Ornish.
Maria’s tips and recipes have been featured in Vogue, InStyle, The New York Times, and more.
Maria currently lives in New York and coaches and consults privately for individuals and brands. She graduated summa cum laude from Fordham University before graduating from The Institute of Integrative Nutrition and attending Natural Gourmet Institute to study plant-based cooking.

Connect with Maria

Topics Discussed

  • How to grocery shop on a budget
  • Whether frozen veggies are worth it or not
  • How to clear up acne through your diet
  • Great online sources for healthy food
  • Recipe tips & ideas

Resources from the show:

Weekly Challenge:

Eat as many veggies at every meal. If possible make it 50% of your plate : )

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