• Summary

  • Welcome to At Source – a place where natural health and wellbeing is at the forefront of the conversation. Gain useful insights direct from the source – from doctors, industry experts, wellness advocates and everything in between. This is a place for busy people who want to get to the core of health and wellness with information about the latest health advances and trends. Health and wellbeing are often personal and subjective to perception – while one might classify mental health at the top of their list, another might say that clean eating and nutrients is what they focus on. In this series we talk with and learn from inspiring leaders from all walks of life, touching on important topics that will help answer some of the key questions about natural health, wellbeing, fitness and all things direct from the source.
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  • May 19 2022


    Dr Rosie Bosworth is a future foods advisor, communications specialist and entrepreneur passionate about crafting stories and co-creating progressive, health-driven, scaleable and sustainable communities and food systems fit for a growing world.

    She has a PhD in environmental innovation and sustainable technology development, and her passion lies in facilitating mentally healthier communities, mind-consciousness, and neuroscience. Her purpose in life is to help better the lives of others.

    Things we talk about:

    • Dr Rosie's journey with food and her PhD in environmental innovation and sustainable technology development
    • What a typical day in her life as a future food expert looks like
    • Attitudes towards food and meat consumption
    • How social media has impacted our relationship with food
    • New Zealand's dairy industry and intergenerational farming
    • How social media has impacted our relationship with food
    • How she spends time between New Zealand and Silicon Valley
    • Is food technology and food science causing more harm than good for our health and what will happen to our food chain
    • Her outlook on life and mind consciousness
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    1 hr and 9 mins
  • May 12 2022



    Carolyn Enting grew up on a rural two-acre block of native bush on Blue Mountains Rd, Upper Hutt New Zealand. Being surrounded by nature and trees, she described it as a magic place to grow up, hang out, read and dream.

    She started her journey in journalism over twenty-seven years ago and is now the Editor of Good Magazine, where she gets to report on and share incredible stories of wellbeing, lifestyle, food, travel, beauty and much more.

    Things we talk about:

    • Carolyn's journey growing up and her passion for journalism
    • Some of her best work stories and experiences on the job
    • Good Magazine and her journey stepping into an editor role
    • We also discuss Carolyn's passion for food and wellbeing and her outlook on life
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    51 mins
  • May 5 2022



    Annette Faamausili has worked as a sleep consultant for over 20 years.

    She has trained and qualified in the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK and set up and ran a specialist Sleep Clinic, having gained a wealth of knowledge and expertise to tackle sleep issues in babies and toddlers.

    Her background lies in child development and psychology, nutrition and maternal mental health. Since 2011 she has run her own consultancy Serene Sleep, helping Kiwi families achieve better sleep.

    Things we talk about:

    • Annette's journey and why many people find sleep so challenging
    • What stages of sleep are and what happens to the body and mind at each stage
    • The truth about our dreams
    • How babies sleep differently to children and adults
    • Why sleep is so important and how to improve sleep
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    54 mins

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