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Allison Melody Masciarelli is a dog-loving entrepreneur with a passion for film, fitness and fashion

Dog-Loving entrepreneur with a passion for film, fitness and fashion

Allison Melody is a dog-loving eco-entrepreneur with a passion for film, fitness and food! She is the host of the podcast, The Food Heals Podcast, the director of the film, Food Heals, and owner of Melody Productions, a video production company.

And of course, Allison is Owner and Developer of Holistic Voice. Holistic Voice was formed when, at the age of 26, Allison endured the devastating loss of both her parents to cancer after long and challenging battles. Witnessing her mother and father suffer so intensely and needlessly from a cure that brought more pain than the disease, Allison soon dedicated her life to finding a better way to heal. She watched in disbelief as doctors prescribed drug after drug, observed her parents’ hair fall out, their rapidly aging faces, and their exceedingly diminishing vitality. The tragedy instilled in her an unwavering passion for nutritional medicine, and propelled her into the world of holistic health and alternative healing. Allison’s firm commitment to natural health is further evidenced by her achievement of a Masters Degree in Spiritual Psychology.


Being hailed as “Sex and the City for Food,” The Food Heals Podcast brings together experts in the field of nutrition, health and healing to teach you the best-kept natural secrets to being a hotter, healthier, happier YOU!

The Food Heals Podcast is hosted by Allison Melody and Suzy Hardy – two self-proclaimed natural chicks who will rock your world and change your beliefs about health! This sexy, savvy duo provides eco-friendly advice on a variety of issues including the healing power of nutrition, living authentically, turning your passion into your career, choosing the best natural health and beauty products, the benefits of a plant-based diet and so much more!

Upcoming & Past guests include Author Sophie Uliano, Eco-Vegan Gal Whitney Lauritsen, Celebrity chef Jason Wrobel, Wellness expert Kimberly Van Der Beek, Healthy Vegan Guy Vince Lia and MORE!

Check out The Food Heals Podcast on iTunes!


Does the cure for cancer exist? What the heck is juice fasting? Find out in the feature-length film, Food Heals! Food Heals is a documentary that follows several inspiring individuals who have used nutrition and alternative medicine to heal themselves of chronic, degenerative and terminal disease without drugs, surgery, or chemotherapy. This film features Director and Star of “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead,” Joe Cross; NBA Champion , John Salley; TV/Radio host, Kerri Kasem; owner of Malibu’s finest juice bars, Khalil Rafati, and many others!

Check out the trailer at www.FoodHeals.tv


Allison owns and operates Melody Productions, a video production and social media marketing company. For nearly a decade, Allison has been directing, producing and editing documentary films, PSA’s, commercials, and viral videos for clients across the state through her work with non-profit organizations in order to raise awareness of public health issues and improve the lives of underserved communities. The topics she addresses through her work are powerful and heart-centered and focus on Holistic Health, Social Justice, Human Rights and Animal Rights. They reflect her passion for creating positive change in people and the communities they serve.


Holistic Voice’s mission is to uplift, enlighten and transform traditional beliefs about health through multimedia productions including social media, video, film, articles and podcasts. Our vision is that our informative and inspiring documentaries and multimedia campaigns will raise awareness of the ways in which diet, supplements, exercise and alternative healing modalities can prevent and heal disease.

We provide tools, resources and knowledge that will:

-Educate the community about the benefits of disease prevention through nutrition, exercise, and alternative medicine;

-Empower individuals and their families by providing them with the information they need to make educated, informed decisions about healthcare;

-Engage individuals in the community in a conversation about the importance of disease prevention, and what nutritional options exist for disease reversal.





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