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Kate Glavan and Emma Roepke are here to make the wild world of wellness more digestible to you. We are your best friends who know *too much* about supplements like sea moss and sex dust. We know the nerdy details of the gut microbiome and the modern food system’s integral relationship to climate change. We are seeking to drive a new narrative in the wellness industry -- that you too can take your sea moss each day, but you can continue to challenge the elitist, exclusionary, and confusing as ...
 
Join us - Tilda Timmers and Sarah Babiker - for real, raw conversations about motherhood. We tell it like it is, normalising normal, and showing you all that Supermum Is A Fraud. Mothers everywhere try hard to keep up with the standards of what a mum 'should' be, without realising that the standard they are working towards is not even real. Mums are human. Sometimes we love being a mum, and sometimes we really don't - and that's just fine. Every episode revolves around something that we have ...
 
The program of the SEO Conspiracy Podcast is the following: Every Monday, I receive an exclusive co-host by season for mythbusting. On Tuesday, you can get your fix of Alternative SEO News. Wednesday is reserved for longer videos. With or without a guest, I will take the time to dissects Search Engine Optimization and Digital Marketing topics. Thursday is reserved to talk about Semantic SEO and my strategy called the Topical Mesh. In a series of 52 videos, I lay out the complete plan. This i ...
 
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In today's episode, Kate and Emma bring you sea moss girlies another LOVELINE episode! You send us some juicy DMs with your current love situations. We went ahead and gave you our silly little love advice. We chat about dating apps, long-distance relationships, hookup culture, red flags, and how to be a wellness god out there in the dating world. K…
 
Steve Keen has often said, the problem with economics in, it ignores thermodynamics. That’s not always been the case. Georgescu-Roegen, a Romanian economist, wrote The Entropy Law and the Economic Process in 1971, which embraced the orle of energy and waste in economics. But we’ve taken backward steps since then. This week Phil Dobbie asks Steve Ke…
 
In today's episode, Kate and Emma answer all of the pressing questions about the US supplement industry... getting at the question of "why do you even need to take supplements?" We talk multivitamins, B12, stress supps, fish oil, and so much more. Kate and Emma discuss the reasons to consider taking supplements, the lack of government regulation, a…
 
Even the most ardent free marketeer accepts that there is some degree of subsidy needed to support low income earners or necessary industries that are not commercially viable. This has particularly been the case through the pandemic. But what’s the best way of applying these subsidies? If you pay directly to companies will you be inhibiting efficie…
 
Grrrr - What free time?! In this episode of Supermum Is A Fraud, Sarah and Tilda rip apart the notion that mothers do all the mother things in their spare time. Mothering is work, and therefore ideally should come with all the benefits that a paid job does - including actual free time. Find more of Sarah's content and her More Than A Mother program…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma answer… “wait, what the f*ck is adrenal fatigue?” We unpack the mystery around the term -- discussing topics such as cortisol, stress reduction, and get at the tension between the diverging alternative and conventional medicine worlds. We leave you listeners with our stress reduction tips to integrate into your lif…
 
From day one economics students are taught that their discipline is all about the optimal allocation of resources. The concept of scarcity is at the very heart of how we are supposed to think. And yet, as Prof Steve Ken explains this week, that scarcity doesn’t really exist. There’s plenty of people available to do jobs, there’s masses of untapped …
 
In today's episode, Kate and Emma take you through a day in their New York City life. Despite our social anxiety, we force ourselves to go out on a Saturday Night. The Sea Moss Girlies meet up a few hours later the next Sunday morning for a peaceful trek across the Williamsburg Bridge to pay our respects to Happy Zoe Vegan Bakery. You can hear us y…
 
Canada and the west coast of the US have been hit with extreme heat the last week. The town of Lytton in British Columbia reached 49.5C, the result of a heat dome caused by static high-pressure. It’s another reminder that the world has to act on climate change. This week the ECB’s Christine Lagarde talked about how the EU needs to see around €330 b…
 
In today’s podcast, Kate and Emma dive into TikTok -- giving our hot takes on all the toxic health trends and wellness tips you’ve likely come across on TikTok. We discuss topics like dry scooping pre-workout powder, “what I eat in a day” videos, nature’s cereal, “FitTok” culture, and so much more. Kate and Emma conclude by emphasizing the problema…
 
Businesses and politicians have worked tirelessly to reduce the power of workers and dissemble unions. Of course, nobody was better at it than Margaret Thatcher. But has she, and all those did their damnedest to reduce the power of unions, actually done the country a disservice? Do economies function better with strong unions? Are they the necessar…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma discuss the fish industry and its relationship to climate change. We dive into topics like biodiversity loss, overfishing, climate resilience, food insecurity, and more. Kate and Emma close out the show by talking about how they started to incorporate fish back into their diet after being vegan -- including some ke…
 
Boris Johnson has enjoyed photo opportunities this week with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison with the announcement of an ‘in-principle’ free trade agreement between the two countries. It’s the first new one for the UK outside those that already existed through the EU. Great news for biscuit eaters, because Tim Tams are so much better than …
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma break down the difference between the three macronutrients -- carbs, proteins, and fats. We discuss topics like insulin sensitivity, amino acid profiles, omega 3 vs. omega 6 fats, and more. Later in the show, Kate and Emma geek about key micronutrients to pay attention to such as magnesium, B12, Vitamin D, calcium,…
 
The world is fixated with the present. We want to earn money quickly and spend it quickly. CEOs don’t care about much beyond their stock options, politicians only work to getting re-elected, consumers want instant gratification. It’s no wonder then that we’re not prepared to make compromises for long term consequences, like climate change, because …
 
Kate and Emma take a nostalgic trip back to childhood to investigate the way industry impacts food advertising in the United States. We look at the links between predatory marketing and chronic disease, as well as contracts that dictate food choices at US schools. We close out the show by giving our tips on navigating college meal plans, grocery sh…
 
Today on the podcast Phil Dobbie talks to Steve Keen about the value of things. Supposedly, price is a substitute for value, meaning if someone is prepared to pay more for something then they must value it more. But as they discuss, that only applies if everyone has the same amount of money. A poor household will place greater value, as a proportio…
 
In today’s show, Kate and Emma give you advice on how to live until 100 like a true wellness god. We get into sexy concepts like walking, sleeping, and other lifestyle factors that determine your biological age. Kate and Emma geek about Blue Zones, plus how to navigate the difficulties of our modern life like isolation, technology, and pollution. K…
 
US inflation is now running at 4.2% on an annual basis, and producer prices the world over have been rising as input costs for product creep up. How much of this will be passed on to the consumer as companies struggle to absorb these costs – and what impact will these higher prices have on demand? Central banks are all toeing the same line, that ri…
 
In honor of their 6 month anniversary, Kate and Emma reminisce about the creation of their podcast, thriving meme page, Geneva platform, and everything else along the way. We get into the origin story of Voice Memo, our trip to Happy Zoe Vegan Bakery, the short-lived infographics, ad sponsors, and our future business venture. Kate and Emma give you…
 
This pandemic has been massive amounts spent by governments, and a chunk of that government debt is being bought by central banks. But with central banks buying up government bonds, whilst maintaining low interest rates, who is really benefiting? The answer, of course, is the wealthy. This week Steve Keen explains why the current situation is widen…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma discuss how wellness transformed from a mere concept to a trillion dollar industry. We speak about capitalism, social signifiers, personal responsibility, appropriation, morality, the rise of personal fitness, commodification of self-care, and how wellness has become a new-age religion to arrange power relations. W…
 
In honour of Maternal Mental Health Week 2021, we share raw and real stories of our postpartum journeys to recovery. There are things that mums are never told - it's often seen as shameful or embarrassing to have mental health difficulties after becoming mum. Even more, mums are often perceived as 'not good enough' when they need mental and emotion…
 
Judith Lewis is the Queen of G Spot SEO. In this episode of SEO Conspiracy, we disclose the secrets of this awesome Search Engine Optimisation. Thanks to G Spot SEO, you will destroy the competition and guarantee the number spot on Google. Today, there is nothing more powerful than G Spot SEO if you want to be the best in your market. As always, th…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma talk about diet culture: discussing everything from HCLF Veganism, to Keto, to Paleo, to Intermittent Fasting, and more. We express the dangers of dieting (specifically for young women) by touching on how diets can cause a restrictive mindset around food, thus leading to the development of eating disorders. Kate an…
 
There seems to be an assumption by many that the crisis we have experienced will quickly bounce back. Output will resume, demand will return, everyone will be back in work and the economy will rapidly expand back to where it was before COVID. Central banks appoint to supply chain disruption in the short term that might create transit inflation, but…
 
We all have our pet peeves when it comes to SEO and what's spread about it. In my case, my absolute pet peeve is Domain Authority along with the so-called 200 Ranking Factors and EAT. In this podcast, Judith explain what irritates her the most in the SEO industry. What are yours? As always, this is only our opinion. Please don't hesitate to share y…
 
We go to Cafe Leon Dore in the 80 degree heat, but then take it back to Kate’s apartment to tailgate with Zevia. Kate and Emma get into their need for interns, rant about recent supplement shortages, and of course, discuss how we secretly stalk all of you sea moss girlies on Instagram. We talk about gatekeeping magnesium, making freezer potatoes, a…
 
There’s one clear difference between this recession and almost all those that have gone before. This time there was a pandemic involved, which hit demand and supply equally. So are there any similarities between this global recession and those that have gone before. Phil Dobbie puts the question to Steve Ken in this latest Debunking Economics podca…
 
So, this one might leave you feeling a bit attacked. But that's why it's necessary - a lot of truth bombs dropped in this episode. Join us for a conversation about why it isn't always true that our children are a reflection of us. Find out what you can do as a mother to make sure that you are honest, grounded, a safe place for your child, and able …
 
Chris Boggs was there when it all started. Chris was part of the crew that started to claim that Search Engine Optimization was a legitimate industry and was here to stay. The SEO industry started to shape itself in the early 2000’s. SEMPO represents the most ambitious initiative to show the world that SEO is not a « snake oil » business or « cotta…
 
Kate and Emma get into government regulation of supplements! Hint: there isn’t much government regulation. Kate gives you a wonky history of FDA + FTC regulation of dietary supplements, then Emma gives you some key buzzwords to look for and avoid as a consumer navigating the wellness industry. Natural? USDA Organic vs. Certified Organic? Cage-free?…
 
40 world leaders go together virtually this week, for a bit of an impromptu climate summit called by Joe Biden, before the next big climate conference (COP26) in Glasgow in November. In this edition of the Debunking Economics podcast, Phil Dobbie asks Steve Keen whether Bill Gatesd has the right approach. He advocates removing the green premium. Hi…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma give you all of their favorites! We bring you inside our fridge and pantries, leaving you with a detailed look into the routines and lifestyles of two wellness gods. We settle the debate on the best magnesium, oatmeal toppings, maca powder, kombucha, and more. Kate and Emma answer all of the listener's questions an…
 
Oh my goodness, how much shit is out there from health enthusiasts, telling mums they have the secret for how to get their bodies back? Hold on a second, back from where exactly? We don't get to switch bodies for a minute while we transition into motherhood, and then just bounce our souls right back into our pre-mum bods. How are we forgetting that…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma navigate the sometimes frustrating relationship between food and skin -- touching on common food sensitivities and what dietary choices may trigger inflammation. We nerd out over the gut skin axis, scream about chin acne, and discuss silly elimination diets. Kate and Emma offer their hot takes on greenwashing in th…
 
Janet Yellen has repeatedly called for countries to raise their corporate taxes, so they are in-line with the increases she has planned for the US. There’s also been a call for companies to be taxed where they earn their revenue, rather than declaring profits in countries where tax is lowest. Her reasoning is transparent, of course. She wants to ra…
 
In the second edition of Hot Girl Summer, Kate and Emma rage through the streets of Nolita on a warm Friday evening — hating on places like Aime Leon Dore, Rice to Riches, etc. while nearly flashing all pedestrians in their prairie dresses. We go to Souen for a macrobiotic medley, then lay out a guide to the best health stores in NYC. In conclusion…
 
Is it a good idea to use Google Disavow Tool to clean up your link profile for SEO? As always, this is only our opinion. Please don't hesitate to share your point of view on the topics covered in this video. I never take for granted the time you spend to watch our content. There is way too much BS talk in the SEO industry. Let's cut throughout the …
 
You might have thought that digital currencies were the domain of cryptocurrency evangelists, and were largely stores of wealth rather than money used for transactions. Now, it seems, central banks everywhere are investigating digital currencies as part of their modus operandi. Most money in central banks is digital, of course, so when they discuss…
 
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