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Corinna Bellizzi

Impact Entrepeneur | Climate Activitist | Podcaster | Mom of Boys

This podcast is a top resource for future-forward thinkers.

Care More Be Better: Social Impact - Sustainability - Regeneration | Listen Notes

"Together we can create caring communities and regenerate Earth"

About the Host

“I’m a nerd, a mom, and a lover of the natural world.”

Corinna is a natural products industry executive who has earned a reputation for leading responsible, regenerative brands – including her latest endeavor with Orlo Nutritiona line of algae-based nutrition solutions that are carbon neutral. 

She launched Care More Be Better in February 2021 to amplify the efforts of inspired individuals and conscious companies that are working to make the world a better place for all earth’s inhabitants for generations to come. 

She hosts a second podcast called Nutrition Without Compromise, focused on nutrition and health without compromising your ethics, or the health of our home planet.

Corinna holds a BA with honors in the major of Anthropology from University of California, Santa Cruz and an MBA from Santa Clara University, where she graduated at the top of her class.

She lives in Santa Cruz County, CA with her husband, two young boys and a bunch of rescued animals including a dog, a bearded dragon, a frog, and 3 guinea pigs.

Podcast Guest Apearances

Orlo Nutrition - Omega-3 Evangelist Corinna Bellizzi Talks Carbon Negative Nutrients Using Algae
Orlo Nutrition is cultivating the most sustainable omega-3 nourishment on the planet with a carbon negative profile and zero environmental impact
Brain Health and Mood: The Importance of the Right Omega-3s: Corinna Bellizzi
What are omega-3s? Why are they so important to our health? How can you know if you are deficient? Where can you get omega-3s? What is a polar lipid? What role do algae play in omegas? What is the risk of oxidation? What’s the difference between algae-based omegas and fish-based omegas? What are the sustainability implications of omega-3s?
Podcast: The Dirty Truth About Convenience Foods with Corinna Bellizzi
A common fat found in processed foods is one molecule away from plastic! In this episode Corinna Bellizzi, climate activist and entrepreneur, takes us from the macro to the micro on good and bad fats, and shares how you can correct the balance between the harmful vs. helpful forms of fat in your diet.
Blue Algae + Sustainability with Örlö Nutrition
Every year, millions of people take dietary supplements hoping to improve their health. The problem is, most of us have no idea what’s in the pills we’re taking. This is particularly true for omega-3 fatty acids, one of the top three supplements I recommend for women of all ages. So many of the omega-3 products on the shelf are low-quality, rancid oils that are a waste of money and can cause more harm than good. On top of that, there are serious issues around the sustainability of the fish oil production process, which is the traditionally recommended source of omega-3.
Ep 452. Algae based Omega 3s vs fish based products
In this episode we focus on fish free Omega 3’s and share the supportive ways Omega 3s can be incorporated. Talking points -The benefit of knowing your Omega 3 number. -Omega 3 Index Risk Zones? -For people new to health, why do we need OMEGA-3’s? -The benefits of algae-based Omega 3’s over traditional fish-based products. -Can Omega 3’s help with the inflammatory load?

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"Corinna's style is warm and personable, and she is not only knowledgeable but she really does care. It was a true pleasure being a guest on her podcast!"

-By Anca Novacovici on Oct. 20, 2021 via Apple Podcasts

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