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Live at the Well

Tulimubona Namulemo

The New Eve Wellness podcast, where we talk about all things wellness from a biblical worldview.

PublishesMonthlyEpisodes12Founded2 years ago
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In this episode, we talk about acquired tastes! There are foods that we may not immediately like the taste of but we make the effort to acquire their tastes because of their perceived benefits. Take a listen for some tips for acquiring tastes of food... more

21 days ago

In this episode, we talk about New Eve Wellness Re-Launch! more

2 months ago

In this episode, we talk about gluttony--something that many people struggle with but that is often an avoided subject of conversation. more

a year ago

In this episode, we talk about a certain newlywed phenomenon. Tune in to hear what it is! more

a year ago

In this episode, we dive into the shortcomings of the BMI and why you should not use it as a primary measure of wellness. more

a year ago

Its that time of year when many people are on their "weight-loss kick" after the holidays and at the start of a new year. In this episode, host Tulimubona talks about why obsessively weighing yourself may hinder you in your weight loss. more

a year ago

Welcome to Season 2 of the Live at the Well Podcast! In this episode, host Tulimubona shares practical tips for goal setting. more

a year ago

In this episode, host Tulimubona reflects on the idea of building generational health. more

2 years ago


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    Tuli is a passionate woman of God and has a voice that needs to be heard! She inspires me daily to be consistent and reach my goals! Can’t say enough good things about her. So excited for your podcast!

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