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3. Malcolm Saunders: On Biohacking Your Intuition and Eating Intelligently Malcolm Saunders’ mission is to deeply connect people to their food. Malcolm is a intuitive chef, speaker, and superfood expert who has worked in the field of food and nutrition for close to 20 years. He is the owner & creative visionary of The Light Cellar and the author of Elixir Life: Modern Nutrition Meets Ancient Herbal Wisdom, a guide to learning how to craft your own nourishing and healing beverages. His seminars and workshops have inspired thousands of individuals to recreate their relationship to food and reconnect to their intuition. Malcolm&#8217;s latest work illuminates and empowers people to create the life of their dreams, while making a difference in the world.
I began following Malcolm&#8217;s work when I discovered his expertise as an alchemist, and his passion for creating raw chocolate at his store, The Light Cellar. His passion for superfoods and superherbs was so inspiring, especially because his creations stem from a place of service, and a desire to teach and inspire others to live and eat in harmony with themselves and the planet we live on.
Here are some of the questions we answer during this episode:
What are better, plant foods or animal foods?
What is the difference between industrialized foods and localized foods?
What is intelligent eating?
What is the diet of the future?
How can science help us eat right for our bodies?
What does our cultural wisdom influence our eating choices?
How can our ancestors help us know what to eat?
Why do the opinions of others influence us so much when it comes to eating?
What role does our personal experience play in honing our intuition?
How can you move from eating processed foods to whole foods?
How can you reset your body?
Is there one way to diet that is meant for you individually?
What is the wisdom of other cultures when it comes to eating during pregnancy?
What are some ways that people can reconnect to their own body and intuition?
Is the balance or imbalance of our gut bacteria related to our ability to eat intuitively?
What are the four essential food groups?
Is a plant-based diet essential for optimal health?
How can you choose which plants and herbs are most important to eat for your body?
Can you get vitamin B12 from other sources besides animal foods?
What parts of an animal are optimal for nutrition?
What can medicinal mushrooms do for our health and are they an essential food group?
What do fermented foods do for beauty and for our longevity?
Can fermented foods help us combat allergies?
Should you eat fermented foods with other foods or on an empty stomach?
How can you use your intuition to know which medicinal mushrooms to take?
What is Malcolm’s favorite anti-aging biohack?
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018: The Evolution of the Light Cellar // Malcolm Saunders (Light Cellar) It truly was such an honour to have Malcolm Saunders the owner, founder and creative visionary behind the Light Cellar. The Light Cellar is considered to be one of the premier superfood stores in North America. One of Malcolm’s missions is to remind us that our food choices have the power to help make the world a better place and I believe this conversation reflected just that…In this episode Malcolm and I start at the beginning and unpack his dynamic journey through the health and wellness world and uncover the experiences that helped shape him into the leader that he is today.-Malcolm defines all that the Light Cellar encompasses-Malcolm’s personal journey with diet and nutrition (transitioning into as well as out of a vegetarian diet)-how the Light Cellar was created-the parallels between spirituality and buisness-connection economy / relationship economy  -Malcolm’s proudest accomplishments for the Light Cellar-and of course… MUSHROOMS!!!Super excited to share a new segment of listener Q&A from you guys!!Our listeners asked:Psilocybin mushrooms, can you tell me all you know? (from Cam @ache.689)Key to a long, healthy life! (from Deniz @astronotesbydenizMalcolm also answered my three Lightening Round Questions:How do you define success?If you were to be given $10 million dollars tomorrow, what would you do with it?What is one thing that you are grateful for today?MENTIONED:PEOPLE:Daniel VitalisGabriel CousensPeter ComrieBOOKS:Cooked by Michael PollanIn Defence of Food by Michael PollanDeep Nutrition by Catherine ShanahanThe Vegetarian Myth by Lierre KeithOTHER:Paul Stamets: 6 Ways Mushrooms Can Save the World (Ted Talk)“You often feel tired, not because you&apos;ve done too much, but because you&apos;ve done too little of what sparks a light in you... What if we&apos;re not doing too much, but rather we&apos;re just doing too little of what truly matters? It&apos;s not hard work that exhausts us, it&apos;s meaningless work that exhausts us.” -Alexander Den HeijerFor more information, resources, and detailed show notes check out my website!
236 - Turn your fear into power through knowledge with Malcolm Saunders For over a year now the world has been in constant fear of something so benign that it has a survival rate of over 99.7%. How is that even possible? Because fear is all the media talks about. On today’s episode we take that fear and turn it upside down. We have nothing to fear, even those people that are instilling the fear. We are strong. As human beings we are capable. But that is not enough we also need to be able to chose for ourselves, and to choose we need at least two views of a situation. Well we haven’t been given a second view unless we looked real hard for it. That is why this episode is so important, it is a second view of what is going on in the world. Listen and then make your decision on how you will continue but at least you get to make the choice of how you will proceed knowing both sides. Freedom is of the utmost importance. Without options there is no freedom. To be able to choose how we will take care of our bodies is fundamental. Probably the most important aspect of health. Without the choice there is no freedom. On today’s episode I chat with @themalchemist about a second opinion of what has been going on over the last year. Enjoy and share this is so important!!   If you haven’t gotten a copy of my new book Playing in the Dirt it is now available get it using this link.  If you are getting value out of this podcast, hopefully you are, you can now give some back! Give back by: Supporting me on Patreon. Joining my email list so you don't miss anything and by the way you get the first chapter of my book "The four Pillars of Health" and other great stuff absolutely free. buying my book "The 4 pillars of Health"
Episode 11: Upgrade Your Food Game with Malcolm Saunders Malcom Saunders is the founder and owner of Calgary’s health food joint, the Light Cellar.  With products like reishi mushroom, chaga powder and your choice of cacao nibs, paste or powder, he’s opening up a whole new world of health foods to this city.  The store also has an elixir bar so that you can get your superfood fix as you shop.  In today’s episode we hear about how this world traveller found his passion in food.  Malcolm also gears us up with tips, advice and a new perspective on how to eat. Spoiler alert: it’s more basic than you think...  Read More
Malcolm Saunders- The Light Cellar Malcolm Saunders- Creative Visionary & Owner of The Light Cellar and father of a 12 year old Girl, talks with Financial Expert- Tammy Johnston about kids and money & how this usually taboo subject is handled in their family.
Ep. 9 Malcolm Saunders The Art Of Chocolate In Episode 9 of The Supercharged Podcast, we speak to Malcolm Saunders, the co-founder + creative visionary behind The Light Cellar, a magical shop in Calgary dedicated to all things superfoods, herbs, intuitive eating + nutrient elevation. For anyone that has ever been in this beautiful space, you know first hand the inspiration that naturally envelops you upon walking in the doors. At The Light Cellar you will find row upon row of alchemy, melt in your mouth chocolates, elixirs, tonics, + ferments, along with a team of amazing humans with serious plant knowledge. You are sure to leave The Light Cellar ready to live your healthiest, most enlightened, + (in our view) your most supercharged life.

In this Podcast we sit down with Malcolm, a natural community connector, + talk about his first love - (in this case we're not referring to his beautiful wife Laura, with whom he founded The Light Cellar with) but rather, the most affordable luxury in the world: chocolate.

Here we learn the true beauty, art, + even the mystery behind this nutrient dense fruit, we learn more about where + how the cacao bean is grown, how it is wildly fermented, the art behind the drying process, + discuss some of the most damaging processes to chocolate production today. As Canada’s third chocolatier, Malcolm shares some of the misconceptions surrounding chocolate marketing, the growth in a growing craft chocolate marketplace, + perhaps most importantly, how to source + taste great chocolate (outside The Light Cellar, of course).

This intimate deep dive into an ingredient so many of us consider a "guilty" pleasure, with our good friend Malcolm, was truly an honour.

So please sit back, soak in the wonderful world of chocolate + prepare to love this delicious treat even more than you already do.
Episode 28: Intuitive Eating with Malcolm Saunders In this episode Brian speaks with Malcolm Saunders of lightcellar.ca, on the topic of intuitive eating. Malcolm discusses various traditional diets, and the importance of following one's own heart and gut when it comes to making the right dietary choices.Support Elysium Project Podcast
Fermenting Fundamentals with Malcolm Saunders My guest on the show is Malcolm Saunders. He is the creative genius behind the popular Light Cellar shop here in Calgary, AB.  His mission is to deeply connect people to their food. He has worked in the field of food and nutrition for close to 20 years and is a public speaker and intuitive chef who specializes in sharing the alchemy of superfoods and superherbs. Through his videos, workshops and seminars he has helped thousands of individuals recreate their relationship to food. He has an expertise and passion for creating and teaching others how to make energizing and healing foods, including raw chocolate, elixirs and ferments. Malcolm has created events and shared the stage with world-renown speakers including David Wolfe, Daniel Vitalis, Sandor Katz, Nadine Artemis, Dr. Terry Willard and more. Fermented foods are a big part of any gut healing dietary protocol but sometimes making our own can seem a bit intimidating.  I know it was for me. Talking with Malcolm changed all of that for me.  Malcolm will share his passion for all things fermented on the show today. He really makes it so approachable to make your own fermented foods. Malcolm shares some incredible, yet simple recipes that are perfectly quick and easy to get us started with fermenting.  He gives us some great tips and ideas as well as the equipment we need and we will talk wild ferments v.s closed ferments.  If you've been thinking of getting into the wonderful art of crafting your own fermented foods this episode is a great place to start!   Get the recipe for a quick and easy fermented Teff flat bread!  Learn how to make a wild ferment fruit salad or soda!  Find out if it is true you cannot use honey to ferment!  As always, I welcome your feedback, questions and any suggestions you have for future shows.
018: The Evolution of the Light Cellar // Malcolm Saunders (Light Cellar) It truly was such an honour to have Malcolm Saunders the owner, founder and creative visionary behind the Light Cellar. The Light Cellar is considered to be one of the premier superfood stores in North America. One of Malcolm’s missions is to remind us that our food choices have the power to help make the world a better place and I believe this conversation reflected just that…In this episode Malcolm and I start at the beginning and unpack his dynamic journey through the health and wellness world and uncover the experiences that helped shape him into the leader that he is today.-Malcolm defines all that the Light Cellar encompasses-Malcolm’s personal journey with diet and nutrition (transitioning into as well as out of a vegetarian diet)-how the Light Cellar was created-the parallels between spirituality and buisness-connection economy / relationship economy -Malcolm’s proudest accomplishments for the Light Cellar-and of course… MUSHROOMS!!!Super excited to share a new segment of listener Q&A from you guys!!Our listeners asked:Psilocybin mushrooms, can you tell me all you know? (from Cam @ache.689)Key to a long, healthy life! (from Deniz @astronotesbydenizMalcolm also answered my three Lightening Round Questions:How do you define success?If you were to be given $10 million dollars tomorrow, what would you do with it?What is one thing that you are grateful for today?MENTIONED:PEOPLE:Daniel VitalisGabriel CousensPeter ComrieBOOKS:Cooked by Michael PollanIn Defence of Food by Michael PollanDeep Nutrition by Catherine ShanahanThe Vegetarian Myth by Lierre KeithOTHER:Paul Stamets: 6 Ways Mushrooms Can Save the World (Ted Talk)“You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you... What if we're not doing too much, but rather we're just doing too little of what truly matters? It's not hard work that exhausts us, it's meaningless work that exhausts us.” -Alexander Den HeijerFor more information, resources, and detailed show notes check out my website!
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