Jen Batchelor: Geeking Out On Nootropics, Adaptogens, Botanicals & The Psychobiome

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In this episode, I sit down with Jen Batchelor, the visionary co-founder of Kin Euphorics,  as we delved into the forefront of the sober curious movement Jen shared her compelling journey of reshaping our approach to celebration and challenging the conventions of the alcohol industry with Kin's innovative functional beverages. We explored the transformative potential of adaptogens and botanicals in elevating both physical health and mood, uncovering the unique dosing approach that maximizes the entourage effect for optimal benefits. Join us for an inspiring dialogue about the importance of reevaluating our relationship with alcohol and embracing a journey of self-exploration and mental clarity for holistic well-being.

Driven to change the ways we revel, Jen Batchelor brought her expertise of Ayurvedic practice, psychology, neuroscience, circadian rhythms, & quantum physics to concoct a tonic that would be the response to a long-unanswered need. She co-founded Kin Euphorics in 2017, bottling and canning a brain-powering combination of adaptogens, nootropics, and botanicals for anytime enjoyment. As the first Latinx woman to raise over $15 million in venture capital for a beverage brand, Jen has transformed Kin into a movement—and brought on co-founder and reigning industry supernova Bella Hadid to join the momentum. The scientific foremother and pioneer of the nonalcoholic & consumables wellness category, Jen is forever dedicated to innovating for the betterment of all.

A few of my favorite things we cover in this episode: 

  • Exploring the trend of being sober curious
  • Insights into the alcohol industry and its impact on wellness
  • Jen's favorite adaptogens and ingredients used in her products
  • Understanding how functional beverages go beyond basic nutrition, influencing body and mind for improved health and mood
  • Kin's innovative use of adaptogens, nootropics, and botanicals for mood enhancement and overall well-being
  • The importance of proper dosing for maximizing the benefits of Kin's ingredients
  • Reflecting on alcohol consumption for mental clarity and personal growth

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Dr. Will Cole, DNM, IFMCP, DC is a leading functional medicine expert who consults people around the globe, starting one of the first functional medicine telehealth centers in the world. Named one of the top 50 functional and integrative doctors in the nation, Dr. Will Cole provides a functional medicine approach for thyroid issues, autoimmune conditions, hormonal imbalances, digestive disorders, and brain problems. He is the host of the popular The Art Of Being Well podcast and the New York Times bestselling author of Intuitive Fasting, Ketotarian, The Inflammation Spectrum and the brand new book Gut Feelings: Healing the Shame-Fueled Relationship Between What You Eat and How You Feel.