206. Clean And Green: The Sakara Life With Danielle DuBoise & Whitney Tingle

Danielle DuBoise & Whitney Tingle

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Danielle DuBoise and Whitney Tingle are the founders and co-CEOs of Sakara Life, the organic, plant-rich meal delivery program beloved by celebrities, supermodels, pro athletes and business moguls. They recently launched their first book, "Eat Clean Play Dirty," a cookbook and lifestyle guide that is already a national bestseller. 

Sakara's proprietary nutrition program is based on nine science-backed Pillars of Nutrition and inspired by DuBoise and Tingle's own personal journeys from stressed-out, deprived and imbalanced to vibrant, nourished and thriving. It has helped thousands of people across the country reap the life-changing benefits of food as medicine for improved microbiome health, anti-aging and beauty.

DuBoise and Tingle have been honored in Forbes' 30 under 30, MindBodyGreen's 100 Women in Wellness and Oprah's SuperSoul 100.

DISCLAIMER: This podcast is presented for educational and exploratory purposes only. Published content is not intended to be used for diagnosing or treating any illness. Those responsible for this show disclaim responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information presented by Luke or his guests. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using any products referenced. This podcast may contain paid endorsements for products or services.

The scene is New York City. Millions of cars are screeching by, busy people are shuffling down the streets rushing from one appointment to another, and that weird vapor is coming out of the sewer. Danielle DuBoise is in the hospital after an extreme cleanse and raw food diet. Whitney Tingle is on Wall Street eating hamburgers, cupcakes, and pizza to fuel her insane lifestyle.

These two friends from Sedona were, in many ways, living lifestyles at opposite ends of the spectrum, but they still shared two things in common: neither of them were taking care of themselves or their bodies, and they both desperately needed a change.

Together, they decided to look inward and find the root cause of their health problems – and in the process, they created a nutrition program that helped them transform from stressed out and imbalanced to nourished and thriving. They started making loving, healthy choices for themselves, as a lifestyle and not a diet.

The transformative effects of adopting this holistic lifestyle were remarkable, and they knew they had to share it. So they co-created Sakara Life, the organic, plant-rich meal delivery program beloved by celebrities, supermodels, pro athletes, and business moguls. 

And now they’re bringing this knowledge to even more people with their brand new cookbook and lifestyle guide, Eat Clean, Play Dirty: Recipes for a Body and Life You Love by the Founders of Sakara Life, which teaches readers to make signature Sakara dishes in their own kitchens.

If you want to make a change in your life and you’re ready to learn more about holistic nutrition – or if you’re already on that train and just want to hear about some delicious, healthy food – this is a mouth-watering episode that will leave you looking at your plate in a whole new way.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • Danielle + Whitney’s journey from Sedona to Sakara
  • The psychological scars of fighting with cystic acne
  • The horrifying side effects of Accutane
  • What every person needs every day to feel like their best self
  • What you probably don’t know about the seeds and oil industry
  • Realizing that so many of our health problems are actually because we have an unhealthy gut
  • Reframing your relationship with food
  • Why counting calories doesn’t work
  • Eating for how you want to feel
  • What we can learn from Cookie’s two trainers
  • Scaling a business from nothing to 120 employees & staying friends
  • Learning how to run a business through life schooling
  • You don’t have to change your taste or aesthetics to adopt a healthier lifestyle and relationship with food (i.e. you don’t have to be a new age hippy to benefit from holistic health)
  • The quantum effects of knowing how many calories are in a dish
  • The arbitrary belief that there is an end to life
  • The Sakara Life standards: food has to be fresh, it has to look beautiful, it has to be really delicious, and it has to offer real results
  • What goes into creating Sakra Life’s supply chain for fresh ingredients
  • POOP!
  • Eating your water
  • You are what you do the majority of the time
  • Crossing the veil when you go into labor & the badassery of midwives

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