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I'm your host Megan Whitaker 

I'm a holistic living consultant & natural living expert - I left my job as a nurse in 2015 to empower and educate woman on their wellness journey.

This podcast is all about the REAL Crunchy things I do and know inside and out. I want tell you what works, what doesn't and the science behind it so YOU can go crunchy WITHOUT going crazy. 

Questions? Comments? Something you want to hear about on the podcast? let me know! info@goincrunchynotcrazy.com

Dec 20, 2019

To help unravel the research and really understand the science of electromagnetic frequency radiation, WiFi signals, and cell phone health effects, I brought on Daniel DeBaun, CEO and co-founder of DefenderShield and author of Radiation Nation: The Fallout of Modern Technology.

We dig into everything from the history of...


Dec 9, 2019

Is there mold on your Christmas Tree?

Are bugs hitching a ride into your house?

Is your fake tree off-gassing toxic stuff into your air? 

Probably. 

This episode I'm the Crunchy Grinch Who Grosses You Out About Christmas! 

Learn about what the science says might be in your decorations (including your lights and...


Apr 1, 2019

I was a terrible eater. My kids eat everything


Our food preferences are influenced by genes, senses, repeated exposure & modeling. You can avoid and even start to correct picky eating.

I had severe food aversions including texture issues. I still struggle with a lot of foods and my diet is probably more limited than...


Mar 14, 2019

Virus and bacteria are very different things. Viruses aren't even really alive! A virus is basically just a piece of (nasty) DNA wrapped in protein shell. They can't replicate without YOUR cells. They dig into a cell and highjack it, convincing it to make copies of virus with your own cell material.  

That makes them...


Mar 2, 2019

 

This episode is all about how light from phones, screens and even indicator lights is seriously screwing with melatonin and ruining your sleep

 

 

 

Blue wavelengths activate special receptors in the retina, telling your brain what time it is. Specifically, blue says it's midday and you should be staying awake. LED...