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Real Soulutions Podcast

Jun 6, 2019

For this episode of Real SOULutions, I am bringing on my friend Danielle Walker.


She is the author and photographer of the New York Times best selling cook book "Against All Grain," along with having three other cook books out there that are absolutely amazing and filled with delicious foods.


Her stroy starts after being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. That's when she realized that she needed to make dietary changes to end her suffering.


She removed grains, lactose, legumes, and started her blog to help others suffering from similar ailments to continue to enjoy food.


With her acquired culinary skills, love for food, and equal love for journalism, she has become a hope for others suffering from all types of different diseases or allergies.


Listen to this episode and learn more about Danielle and what she has learned about diet and her illness.


In this episode of Real SOULutions:

04:30 -  What is Danielle Walker's story?

06:30 - What did the doctors say about Danielle's condition? What did they say when she decided to control it using diet and nutrition?

10:00 - How does stress affect autoimmune diseases? How about the things we use and put on our bodies?

12:00 - What was the process that Danielle used to make changes to her lifestyle?

16:30 - What if you do not have an autoimmune disease and just want to be healthy?

22:00 - How does a day in Danielle's life look like? Is it realistic? Is it convenient and time-friendly?

29:00 - How do you get your family onboard in eating healthy meals? Does Danielle make separate meals for her kids?

33:30 - What is something that you don't know about Danielle?

35:30 - How does Danielle balance social media?

41:00 - What's a topic that Danielle would love to talk more about?

43:00 - What's a great life solution that has helped Danielle that you can start implementing today?

46:00 - How did Danielle manage stress?


You can reach Danielle at:


Books mentioned:

  • Eat What You Love