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Join nutrition student Delancey Prince every morning for a quick discussion on the latest nutrition terms, subjects, and concepts circulating in today’s health media. Learn some general nutrition tips, gain greater confidence in the kitchen, and hone your critical thinking skills as you navigate the wild, and often misinformed, world of nutrition news. DISCLAIMER: This show is by no means a substitute for the advice given by a trained, licensed professional. Delancey is only a student! Those ...
 
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Darren Le Baron, aka Darren Springer, joins us to talk about his work in psychedelic education around the globe. We ran into his glowing presence at Telluride Mushroom Fest, in the midst of his spore-spreading travels. Specifically, Darren teaches permaculture, mushroom cultivation, mycology, and Pan-African history of mushrooms & other psychedelic…
 
Researchers at Hyasynth Bio are using fungi to brew cannabinoids such as CBD and THC. Using a method called biosynthesis, the Montreal-based team has engineered brewers yeast to manufacture cannabinoids within their cells. This methods results in compound with a level of potency and purity not previously seen in the cannabis industry. Today we have…
 
Mycorrhizal fungi are critical to life on Earth. They have symbiotic relationships with surrounding plant life and are vital for the growth and health of forests. Today we are joined by Dr. Suzanne Simard, one most influential researchers on these fungi. Suzanne has largely contributed to the scientific acknowledgment to mycorrhizal ecology, as wel…
 
Today’s show is all about spalting fungi and its unique mycology. This time, we are joined by THE expert, Dr. Seri Robinson, who has been studying the phenomena for over a decade. Aside from spalting’s unique mycology, we discuss the auspicious applications of these fungi and their metabolites. Seri is an artist and Professor of wood anatomy at Ore…
 
We are joined by Mycologist Neil Gow who has formal training in mycology, especially in relation to infectious fungi. On today's show, we look at fungi through the lens of pathogenic interactions with humans. Which fungi are most likely to cause a human zombie apocalypse? What happens when you inject psilocybin tea into your veins? Although his res…
 
A lot is to blame for the climate crisis, one of the most dire being our excessive meat consumption. A possible solution? Fungi. For animal agriculture to keep up with the demand, we are compensating for safety, animal welfare, and sustainable practices that are emitting methane and nitrous oxide into the atmosphere. Even deforestation is an impact…
 
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