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Ed Jones founded Nutrition World in 1979. Since then he's been dedicated to sharing the power of natural health and healing to the world. Together with his daughter, Cady Kuhlman, they run their family business and are thrilled to host the Nutrition World Podcast together. 

Exercises to Keep Your Joints Strong

April 18, 2024

We often find that our mobility begins to decline as we age. If you’re under 50 and reading this, it might not seem like this is something that you’ll have to deal with any time soon. But even if you’re mobility isn’t suffering, it’s never too early to start thinking about how to future proof…

Unlocking the Healthy Secrets of Mushrooms

April 12, 2024

The Four Supplements You Need Every Day

April 5, 2024

A Guide to Cellular Detox for Increased Energy

March 29, 2024

Lifestyle Choices That Maximize Natural Energy

March 15, 2024

Easy Ways to Unlock Natural Energy

March 8, 2024

PlantFusion: A New Era in Plant-Based Proteins

March 1, 2024

Love, Healing, and the Power Within

February 23, 2024

Dive into a transformative conversation on love and relationships with Cady Kuhlman and guests, Dr. Monica and Dr. Matt from Rev Optimal Living!   In this week’s episode, we explore the true essence of love beyond the commercialized facade, offering practical insights and actionable steps to elevate your personal and relational well-being. Cady and the…

How to optimize hormones for your relationships.

February 16, 2024

It’s no secret that our hormone levels decline as we age. As we all know, hormones play a vital role in various bodily functions, but their impact on our emotional and relational dynamics is equally significant. While hormones may seem like elusive biochemical entities, their impact on our relationships is undeniable. By acknowledging and addressing…

How much protein should women eat?

February 9, 2024

How much protein do you eat in a day? Chances are it’s not enough for optimal performance. Protein plays many roles but it’s primarily known for building/repairing muscle, as a key energy source, and acting as a metabolic keystone. In other words, it’s a critical nutrient. More protein intake can not only result in weight…


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