YO YO YO!! STOOPKID CREW!!! WE ARE BACK ON THE STOOP!Season 8. Episode 5. Let's do this!Today's episode is a good lesson for all of us to remember. Peach discovers the importance of eating nutritious food and drinking water to stay strong and full of energy. . Tune in for a blend of entertainment and education that will leave your Stoopkids eager to embark on their own healthy adventures!Want to purchase some Stoopkid merch for the holiday season?https://www.teepublic.com/stores/stoopkid-stories?ref_id=24264Follow on social media @StoopkidStoriesDon't forget to rate, review and subscribe!Support the show
Welcome back to this week's REPLAY episode of The Business of Wellness! Before we get into some exciting trend forecasting content for 2024 (my favorite kind of content), I thought we'd take a moment to look back at the biggest food, nutrition & wellness trends of 2023. What did I get right? Where did I go awry? Which trends did you see everywhere this year, and which ones of these were a total miss?! Don't be shy….I'd really love to hear your feedback in the form of a review, listeners! Today's episode is a replay of part one of my two episode series on 2023 trend forecasting in food, nutrition & preventative health, which originally aired in December, 2022. This episode specifically deep-dives on three key areas of opportunity for consumer wellness brands. I get into why I think doing each of these three things can help brands, businesses, products, and services to not only survive the forthcoming economic downturn, but actually thrive during a challenging & competitive period. We discuss: What is "wellness" and why is it so difficult to define? Our current healthcare model (& why it's more closely aligned with "sickcare") Trepidation among health professionals to discuss weight in a conversation about preventative health The relationship between food and health (and how this impacts everything else we do in the name of "self-care.") Redefining our current understanding of self-care Plus, three ways to recession-proof a wellness brand, including: Focus on your unique value proposition (intentionality) vs. ideology Provide services and/or products that eliminate barriers to behavior change Provide opportunities for customers to build meaningful connection Thanks for listening to The Business of Wellness with Jaclyn London, MS, RD. __
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Ready for a deep dive into the world of cultivating a healthier relationship with food, while navigating the challenges of PCOS? In this episode, we'll explore how to create a positive no bad foods approach to what you eat while still eating to nourish your hormones. If you've ever felt overwhelmed by the dos and don'ts of PCOS nutrition, this episode is for you. So, grab your earbuds and hit play!A Positive Relationship with PCOS NutritionFrom genetics to lifestyle every woman has a unique PCOS journey, every factor plays a role in your health goals. It's time to let go of the rigid rules and embrace the idea that there are no inherently "bad" foods. Instead, we'll focus on understanding what your body needs and how to nourish it for your well-being.Throughout the episode, we'll uncover the impact of restrictive mindsets and how they can create a negative cycle around food. No more feeling like you're constantly doing it right or wrong. We'll explore the concept of moving from "good or bad" foods to choices that align with your desired outcomes, breaking free from the limitations that may be hindering your progress.Revitalize Your Relationship with FoodI will also provide you with helpful strategies to handle emotional eating and the power of real food over processed alternatives. I invite you to hit play now to hear some inspiring stories of real women who transform their approach to ok and bad foods in order to break free from the cycle of feeling stuck to making significant progress in their PCOS journey.By the end of this episode, you'll not only gain insights into creating a sustainable and enjoyable eating pattern but also discover how a simple mindset shift can be a game-changer in your PCOS wellness journey. So, get ready to revitalize your relationship with food and step into a more empowered and capable version of yourself. Grab your earbuds and get ready to start enjoying food again!You can take the quiz to discover your root cause hereThe full list of Resources & References Mentioned can be found on the Episode webpage at:https://nourishedtohealthy.com/ep-78Let's continue the conversation on Instagram! What did you find helpful in this episode and what follow-up questions do you have?
Andy Asher talks Arnold Schwarzenegger Guest Andy Asher Show Description: What exactly is a Bloomer Boomer, and what do Andy Asher, Boomers, and Arnold Schwarzenegger share in common? Can Positivity, Productivity, Joy, Happiness, and Healthy Food share a commonality? Our guest and expert in the field of Baby Boomers, Andy Asher, says, "Yes!" and will explain it during the show. Bio: Andy Asher has a 35-year career in the Media and Entertainment industry and founded Bloomer Boomer TV. Bloomer Boomer is life after 50, where millions join to thrive. Andy says, "As News Director or Producer, I always pushed for the good story. BloomerBoomer is a dynamic on-line publication and TV Network for people Livin' Life over 55." Bloomer Boomer produces weekly CNN-style original content programs and shows that can are watched on the BloomerBoomer YouTube Channel, its iTunes Channel, on the website and streamed live on Facebook (One of which is mine Kathleen O'Keefe-Kanavos) and YouTube. It is an unparalleled marketing force for business leaders who want to reach this amazing community. The mission of Bloomer Boomer is the beginning of new opportunities. Andy says, "That's what we do at Bloomer Boomer, and we share everything with this amazing community. Your're welcome to join." https://bloomerboomer.com/about-us/ Video Version: https://youtu.be/9xylIvjrpu0?si=ub6ZGK5Qx-Awdzu9 Call in and Chat with Kat during Live Show with Video Stream: Call 646-558-8656 ID: 8836953587 press #. To Ask a Question press *9 to raise your hand or write a question on YouTube during Show Have a Question for the Show? Go to Facebook– Dreams that Can Save Your Life Facebook Professional–Kathleen O'Keefe-Kanavos http://kathleenokeefekanavos.com/
In this episode, Gina and Teddy talk about healthy food choices beyond nutrition. In order to get the Overdrive Fitness Affiliate Discount on Prestige Labs, 10% off your Muscle Egg order, or schedule a free consultation with Overdrive, click the following link: https://lnk.bio/odfitnessny Head on over to Muscle Egg and get 10% off on your order for the best egg white protein on the market: https://www.muscleegg.com/shop/ref/191/ To hire the best junk removal and pressure washing crew in the Rockland County area, head on over to https://www.rocklandjunk.com/ For the best meal prep service in Rockland and Bergen County, hit up Heat3d Inc. http://www.getheat3d.com/ To join our extremely popular 8 Week Full Body Transformation Challenge, sign up today with the following link: Overdrive Fitness 8 Week Challenge
This week's episode is short and sweet but important for women's hormonal health. For years, I had been consuming this one healthy food almost everyday, only to learn that it was actually sabotaging my health goals. Today I am sharing what that food is, why it affects women's bodies the way it does and how you can incorporate it into your diet without the poor effects. Connect With Michelle Instagram: www.instagram.com/itsmichellepfile Facebook: www.facebook.com/michellepfilecoaching Website: www.michellepfile.com Join The Wellness Hub: www.michellepfile.com/wellnesshub
Bitewell calls itself the world's first digital food pharmacy. After a super-successful ride in the elevator and showdown in the boardroom on “Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch,” co-founder Sam Citro sat down to discuss the origins of the app and her strategy for securing life-changing funding. Listen to learn: The value of relationships and connections that come with the right investors The challenges of entering the food industry Strategies for engaging users, including incentivizing customers with free food offers How to develop a subscription model The power of potential collaborations with other companies, including bundling opportunities The ROI of investing in food as a means to improve overall health and reduce healthcare costs Learn more at bitewell.com
In this week's show we are talking about the health food revolution! I had the pleasure of connecting with Sonny Drinkwater of Welleasy. Welleasy is all about bringing health products to the market at affordable prices. Sonny is co-founder and CEO of WellEasy, a revolutionary new online membership grocery store, offering an expert curated range of over 4000 of the best healthy products around, at up to 35% off RRP. Sonny and his co-founder Josh are on a mission to make healthy living easy and affordable for everyone and now serve over 9,000 members across the UK. For every new member that joins the platform, they offer a free sponsored membership to low income families, NHS workers, students, teachers, or armed forces veterans. Check them out at www.welleasy.co.uk Sonny's IG Welleasy IG The Detox Blueprint Facebook Group; CHECKOUT THE DETOX BLUEPRINT FACEBOOK GROUP Adam's Ideal Day Reading List; DOWNLOAD THE IDEAL DAY READING LIST Also, we have partnered up with Hunter and Gather Foods to give you guys some epic value. ** You can head over to hunterandgatherfoods.com and use the code IDEAL10 for 10% off all items.** You can also check us out on Instagram @idealdayadam
The audio for this podcast was extracted from a YouTube video that was recorded at an earlier time. While the information in the video is still valuable, some of the content might be date-specific. If you want to watch the video, please follow this link: The Truth About Heart-Healthy Food LabelsDon't know where to start on your journey to better health and living?Get a copy of my FREE book here: https://www.livingooddailybook.comShop all Livingood Daily Products on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/stores/page/6FF3F801-3EFC-4A52-A87E-5E98139627C3Follow and listen to Dr. Livingood on any of these platforms:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@DrLivingoodFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/drlivingoodInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/drlivingood/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@drlivingoodPinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/drlivingood...Blog - https://drlivingood.com/real-health/http://Medium.com - https://medium.com/@drblakelivingoodLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlivingood/Twitter: https://twitter.com/doctorlivingoodDISCLAIMER: Dr. Blake Livingood is a licensed Chiropractor in North Carolina and Florida, he founded a clinic in North Carolina but no longer sees patients. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in 2009. Dr. Livingood uses “doctor” or “Dr.” solely in relation to his degree. This video is for informational purposes only and should not be used as a reason to self-diagnose or as a substitute for diagnosis, medical exam, treatment, prescription, or cure. It also does not create a doctor-patient relationship between you and Dr. Livingood. You should not make any changes to your health regimen or diet before consulting a qualified health provider. Questions regarding your personal health conditions should be directed to your physician or other qualified health providers.
Our guest is Shuichi Kotani, a New York-based master soba chef with over 25 years of experience. After working at prestigious restaurants in Tokyo, including Gonpachi and the Michelin-starred Edo Soba Hosokawa, he came to New York in 2008 and successfully served as the executive chef at Soba Totto in Manhattan. In 2012, he founded Worldwide Soba to introduce the profound culture of soba to the world. Since then, he has been crafting soba at events and consulting for restaurants in New York and beyond. He is also a Goodwill Ambassador designated by the Japanese government to promote Japanese food culture overseas and has held various educational events about soba's health benefits, including seminars at Harvard University. In this episode, we will discuss what soba is, why soba-making is spiritually important for Chef Kotani, various health benefits of soba, the sustainable nature of soba and its possibilities for future food supply, Chef Kotani's cool new restaurant Uzuki, which opened in Greenpoint, Brooklyn in September 2023 and much, much more!Image courtesy of Kenji Yamagata.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Japan Eats by becoming a member!Japan Eats is Powered by Simplecast.
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On today's episode of Live Lean TV, I'm sharing 5 healthy foods that cause bloating and 6 tips to reduce bloat. ► Get $110 Off Viome Gut Health Test: https://www.liveleantv.com/viome ► Live Lean 20 Diet System Program: https://bit.ly/3QDRgiB ► Digestive Enzymes: https://www.liveleantv.com/digestiveenzymes ► Free 7 Day Trial To My Workout App: https://bit.ly/40wRi0d ► Live Lean Body Quiz: https://bit.ly/3SKrzzc Timestamps: 00:00 5 Healthy Foods That Cause Bloating 01:05 Cruciferous Vegetables 01:58 Legumes 02:20 Dairy 02:53 Apples 03:33 Processed 'Diet" Foods 04:00 6 Tips To Reduce Bloat Subscribe Here! http://bit.ly/SubLiveLeanTV Check Out Our Top Videos! http://bit.ly/LiveLeanTVTopVideos Read the blog here: https://bit.ly/3SzecSF Listen to the podcast here: https://www.liveleantv.com/podcast WANT MORE DAILY TIPS ON HOW TO LIVE LEAN?: ► INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/bradgouthro ► INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/JessicaGouthroFitness ► INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/LiveLeanTV ► SNAPCHAT: http://www.snapchat.com/add/bradgouthro ► FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/LiveLeanTV ► TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/bradgouthro ► TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/LiveLeanTV ► TIK-TOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@bradgouthro ► TIK-TOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@liveleantv #bloating #digestion #LiveLeanTV About Live Lean TV: Welcome to Live Lean TV. The online fitness and nutrition show, hosted by Brad and Jessica Gouthro, teaching you how to LIVE THE LEAN LIFESTYLE 365 days a year. Watch hundreds of fat blasting & muscle building workouts, easy and delicious recipes, as well as fitness and nutrition tips to get you your dream body (and maintain it 365 days a year). Make sure you click the SUBSCRIBE button for new fitness and nutrition episodes every week! Business Enquiries: info@LiveLeanTV.com 5 Healthy Foods That Cause Bloating (6 TIPS TO REDUCE BLOAT) | LiveLeanTV https://youtu.be/mISD7_gmNlE Live Lean TV http://www.youtube.com/LiveLeanTV
This week Laura chats with Dr. Robert Silverman again, Founder and CEO of Westchester Integrative Health Center. They chat about his new book, the Amazon bestseller Immune Reboot, and how to boost your immune system to stay healthy when faced with those winter bugs. You'll get great tips on food and supplements to boost immunity, and learn what SMASH stands for. Hint: it involves sardines. Code FUNC15 for 15% off organic mattresses and bedding at https://www.naturepedic.com. Code FUNC15 for 15% off your first order of the Adapt Naturals Core Plus bundle at https://adaptnaturals.com/FUNC15 Try Liver Health Formula by going to GetLiverHelp.com/FUNC and claim your FREE bonus gift. Code FUNC for $500 off tuition at Functional Medicine Coaching Academy
Healthy food only makes up a fraction of what schools are serving students in canteens and tuck shops. Massey University researchers have been analysing the menu of 133 primary schools across the country. Despite the Ministry of Health implementing Food and Drink Guidelines for Schools in 2020, the study found only 12.8 percent of foods available to students are considered healthy. Lead researcher from Massey University Danika Pillay spoke to Susie Ferguson.
In today's upbeat and eye-opening episode, We're taking a candid look at the "Peter Pan Syndrome," that tendency we have to cling to youth in ways that actually make our health choices anything but youthful. I'll take you back to when I was 22, equating fun with a whole lot of unhealthy habits, and lay bare the biases and misconceptions we often have about what being young, 'edgy,' or 'fun' really means. I'll also dig into the hidden narratives in food marketing—ever notice how processed, unhealthy options get billed as 'party foods,' while anything healthy gets tagged as 'boring' or 'old'? Through stories like a client of mine who was scared of losing her connection with her boyfriend by eating healthier, I'll unfold the irrational ties we make between overeating, overdrinking, and this idea of defying aging. But here's the real meat of today's talk—it's all about empowerment and self-realization. I'm inviting you to take a hard look at how you want to think about eating well and caring for your body. Let's break free from those narratives that aren't doing us any favors and redefine what fun and youthfulness really mean—in terms of energy, vitality, and feeling amazing. In this episode, I aim for you to realize that taking control of your health isn't about resigning to getting old; it's about truly living. It's about embracing every age with wisdom and celebrating each stage of life with a joy and fulfillment that's genuinely ageless. Chapter Summaries: Redefining Aging, Fun, and Responsibility (0:00:04) Exploring the Peter Pan syndrome, I uncover how unhealthy habits are marketed as fun and how to redefine health, joy and vitality. Embracing Aging With Grace and Vitality (0:10:26) Question beliefs around aging, health, and vitality; embrace aging with grace and wisdom; live life to fullest. Continuing the Conversation (0:21:06) Challenge societal expectations and create a life of joy, health and possibilities without conforming. "Embrace aging as a journey of wisdom and vitality, and challenge the narrative that equates youthfulness with unhealthy habits. Rediscover joy, energy, and the vibrant life that awaits you." - Elizabeth Sherman Get full show notes and more information here: https://elizabethsherman.com/podcast/147
In this episode, our hosts Greg and Rachel dive deep into the world of healthy eating and the importance of instilling good dietary habits in children. To begin, they shed light on the significance of food choices and the impact it has on a family's well-being. They emphasize the role of parents in setting a positive example and creating an environment where children are empowered to make healthy choices. This episode is a valuable resource for parents seeking to navigate the often challenging landscape of family nutrition. Our hosts continue to explore the intricacies of providing nutritious options for children. They share personal anecdotes and insights gained through their journey of raising a healthy family. They address common challenges faced by parents, such as dealing with picky eaters, battles over food, and navigating the temptations of junk food. By setting boundaries and cultivating a love for wholesome, delicious food, they offer practical strategies for families to transition towards a healthier lifestyle -- and mindset towards food and eating. Listeners will also gain valuable advice on reading food labels, recognizing and avoiding harmful ingredients, and providing nutritious alternatives. The hosts emphasize the power of conviction and creating a positive food culture at home, where children feel free to make their own choices within the framework of a nutritious menu. The episode underscores the idea that healthy eating is a long-term investment in the well-being of both parents and children. By instilling good dietary habits from an early age, families can enjoy the benefits of vitality, energy, and a life free from common health issues. The Extraordinary Family Life Podcast delivers inspiring insights and practical tips to help parents raise healthy, happy children within a supportive, nourishing environment. Tune in to this enlightening discussion to discover how you can provide your family with a foundation of good nutrition and the long-term benefits it brings. Join us as we embark on a journey towards a healthier, more vibrant life for your extraordinary family. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/extraordinary-family-life/message
Our guest is Masami Asao who is a temple chef and registered dietitian based in Japan. She is also the Director of Akasaka Teran, a vegetarian cooking school located within Jokokuji, a 350-year-old temple in Tokyo. The Japanese diet is known for being healthy with lots of vegetables incorporated in daily meals. Also, there is a fully plant-based traditional cuisine called shojin ryori. Shojin ryori was originally developed as a part of Buddhist practices, but its healthfulness is gaining attention these days, especially among vegetarians and vegans. Masami is a perfect guest to tell us what shojin ryori is, along with the spiritual mindset behind it. In this episode, we will discuss how Masami got into shojin ryori, why you should try shojin ryori even if you are not a vegan or vegetarian, useful tips to make a healthy meal based on shojin ryori's principles, and much, much more!!! *** Here is the link to Masami Asao's classes in New York: https://zenstudies.org/events/ And here is the link to the shojin Ryori restaurant Yakuo-in in Mt. Takao that Masami recommends: https://www.takaosan.or.jp/english/Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Japan Eats by becoming a member!Japan Eats is Powered by Simplecast.
Nourishing and Healthy Food, with Cristy Kisner, Cristy’s Kitchen and Author of Cristy’s Kitchen (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 712) Cristy Kisner, owner of Cristy’s Kitchen and author of the cookbook by the same name, was John Ray’s guest on this episode of North Fulton Business Radio. Cristy discussed the importance of understanding dietary needs […] The post Nourishing and Healthy Food, with Cristy Kisner, Cristy’s Kitchen and Author of
Welcome to The Founder Hour, where we uncover the stories behind the world's most remarkable entrepreneurs. In this episode, we have the distinct honor of sitting down with a true pioneer of conscious business, John Mackey, the visionary founder of Whole Foods Market.Imagine a time when the term "organic" wasn't part of our daily lexicon, and health food stores were few and far between. John's journey began in the 1970s when he and a group of like-minded individuals embarked on a mission to bring wholesome, natural foods to their community. Their small, unconventional vegetarian store in Austin, Texas, was the birthplace of what would become a revolution in the grocery industry. With passion, resilience, and a commitment to their values, they turned that humble store into the thriving global phenomenon we now know as Whole Foods Market.In this episode, we'll dive deep into John's upbringing and the incredible founding story of Whole Foods – a story of daring innovation, the pursuit of a higher purpose, and a relentless dedication to quality. Join us for an enlightening conversation with John Mackey as he shares the highs, lows, and pivotal moments that defined his entrepreneurial journey and transformed the way we eat and shop for good.*The Founder Hour is brought to you by Outer. Outer makes the world's most beautiful, comfortable, innovative, and high-quality outdoor furniture - ALL from sustainable materials - and is the ONLY outdoor furniture with a patented built-in cover to make protecting it effortless. From teak chairs to fire pit tables, everything Outer makes has the look and feel of what you'd expect at a 5-star resort, for less than you'd pay at a big box store for something that won't last.For a limited time, get 10% off and FREE shipping at www.liveouter.com/thefounderhour. Terms and conditions apply.
Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is a board-certified family physician leading a disruption in modern medicine, one that focuses on the largest organ in the body—skeletal muscle—to support longevity and fight back against the threat of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. With a background that includes a combined research and clinical fellowship in geriatrics and nutritional sciences at Washington University and undergraduate training in nutritional sciences at the University of Illinois, she is a subject-matter expert and educator in the practical application of protein types and levels for health, performance, aging, and disease prevention. Dr. Lyon's upcoming book, Forever Strong: A New, Science-Based Strategy for Aging Well, outlines her whole-body, whole- person protocol for muscle health optimization. Through her private practice, popular YouTube channel, influential podcast and new book, she asks a fundamental question: How can we build strength, not just in the weight room, but in our daily lives? Dr. Lyon is on a mission to make the world a little bit stronger by building consistent dietary and lifestyle habits, and showing up for ourselves and the people we love. In this episode, Brad and Gabrielle discuss the food industry and how humans can use food as medicine to age in a healthy way. Dr. Lyon's new book just came out, Forever Strong– get your copy using link below! Follow Dr. Gabrielle Lyon @DrGabrielleLyon Check out what Dr. Lyon does and get a copy of her book! https://DrGabrielleLyon.com Watch the full video episode on Brad's Rumble here: https://rumble.com/c/c-2544182 Watch the full video episode on Brad's Youtube Here: https://bradlea.tv
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/564proftimnoakes Prof. Tim Noakes is a researcher, educator and author. He is well known for challenging common and old paradigms in the discipline of exercise physiology. Prof. Noakes has published more than 750 scientific books and articles. He has been cited more than 16,000 times in scientific literature. Prof. Noakes has won numerous awards over the years and is the author of several books on exercise & diet. In this episode, we discuss: Insulin resistance is the root cause of chronic disease The development of insulin resistance How genetics impact insulin resistance Classic signs you have insulin resistance Why do doctors treat diabetes with insulin? A high carbohydrate diet leads to diabetes Fat burners are metabolically healthier than carb burners Exercise during a fasted state Do carbs actually make you run faster? Your metabolism functions better on lower carbs Are you sugar addicted? A low-carb diet treats hunger cues What Prof. Noakes eats Berberine vs. Metformin Does berberine impact the microbiome? Supplement recommendations for low-carb eaters Prof. Noakes' experience with the carnivore diet His thoughts on fish oil supplements Intermittent fasting is a marker of metabolic flexibility Diabetes causes arterial disease Is a low-carb plant-based diet realistic? Dementia is linked to a low-fat diet Resistance training improves metabolic health Prof. Noakes on trial The pharmaceutical industry's control over medicine Change your metabolic health today! Show sponsor: Quicksilver Scientific
In this episode of The Brainy Business podcast, you'll hear an insightful conversation between host Melina Palmer and guest Ayelet Fishbach, a professor and researcher in behavioral science at the University of Chicago. The episode focuses on the topic of goal setting and motivation. Ayelet shares her expertise in understanding the psychology behind setting and achieving goals, emphasizing the importance of intrinsic motivation and finding joy in the journey. She provides practical strategies for overcoming obstacles, reframing goals, and maintaining motivation over time. This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking to improve their goal-setting skills and increase their chances of successfully achieving their goals. Ayelet's research-backed insights will inspire you to approach goal setting in a more thoughtful and effective way. So, if you're looking to enhance your motivation and achieve your goals, tune in to this episode. In this episode: Explore the science behind goal setting and motivation to uncover strategies for increased success. Overcome obstacles and anticipate temptations in order to stay focused on achieving your goals. Discover the importance of intrinsic motivation and how it can drive you towards sustainable success. Learn the power of reframing goals and shifting your focus to the process, rather than just the end result. Gain insights into planning for long-term goals and developing a more thoughtful approach to achieving them. Show Notes: 00:00:00 - Introduction to the Episode Melina introduces the purpose of refreshing this episode and mentions the upcoming conversation with Vishal George, who references Ayelet's work. 00:02:04 - Setting Goals and Motivation Listeners are encouraged to think about their goals, especially related to money and financial stability. Melina teases the upcoming conversation with Ayelet Fishbach and encourages listeners to keep their goals in mind during the discussion. 00:02:53 - Interview with Ayelet Fishbach Ayelet Fishbach discusses her background in motivation science and goal setting. She explains how she became interested in studying motivation and self-control and discusses her early research on anticipating temptation. The importance of planning and thinking about obstacles is highlighted. 00:09:19 - Overcoming Fantasies and Intuition Ayelet emphasizes the importance of thinking beyond fantasies and focusing on potential obstacles. She discusses how fantasies are less effective than considering the challenges that may arise. The importance of questioning intuition and challenging common beliefs is also mentioned. 00:11:18 - Intuition and Counterintuitive Findings Ayelet discusses the importance of questioning intuition and presents examples of counterintuitive findings. She highlights the need to challenge common beliefs and assumptions, such as opposites attract or consistent reinforcement for behavior. 00:16:50 - The Power of Goals, The conversation begins by discussing the power of setting goals and the inspiration they provide. The example of Mount Everest is used to highlight the allure and intrinsic motivation behind achieving a specific goal. 00:19:33 - Choosing the Right Goal, The discussion emphasizes the importance of choosing the right goal, as not all goals are in our best interest. The example of climbers on Mount Everest who persist despite dangerous conditions is used to illustrate the potential pitfalls of misguided goals. 00:22:20 - Increasing Goal Adherence, The conversation addresses the issue of people giving up on their New Year's resolutions. The key factor in goal adherence is intrinsically motivating resolutions that provide immediate pleasure or growth. The importance of enjoying the path towards the goal is emphasized. 00:24:35 - Setting Pleasurable Goals, The discussion highlights the significance of setting goals that are pleasurable to pursue. Examples include enjoying healthier foods, finding fun ways to exercise, and creating rewarding work tasks. Emphasis is placed on the need to find pleasure in the process rather than solely focusing on the end result. 00:29:10 - Mistakes in Goal Setting, The conversation explores the common mistake of setting resolutions based on an idealized version of oneself. The concept of hyperbolic time discounting is mentioned as a factor that hinders long-term commitment. The speaker advises setting goals based on one's present self, acknowledging personal limitations, and planning accordingly. 00:34:52 - The Problem with Avoidance Goals, Avoidance goals, such as not being a couch potato or not eating junk food, are less likely to be successful because they bring to mind the very thing we are trying to avoid. Approach goals, on the other hand, like catching Pokemon, are more exciting and motivating. 00:36:10 - Why Avoidance Goals Don't Work, Avoidance goals may seem urgent in the short term, but they are not effective for long-term success. Instead of focusing on what not to do, it is more productive to think about what we should do. For example, setting a goal to have healthy snacks instead of avoiding junk food. 00:37:07 - Reframing Avoidance Goals, Reframing avoidance goals involves shifting the focus from what we should not do to what we should do. For example, instead of setting a goal to stop eating junk food, we can set a goal to eat healthy snacks. This reframing makes the goal more positive and motivating. 00:39:24 - Changing Perceptions of Healthy Food, Many people have a negative perception of healthy food, associating it with being tasteless. However, this perception can be changed by framing healthy food in a more positive and tasty way. When healthy food is seen as delicious, people are more likely to choose and enjoy it. 00:51:22 - Reaching Goals and Making Little Changes, Melina discusses the importance of regularly taking action towards goals instead of only focusing on the long term. Little changes and choices made today can have a significant impact in the future, such as planning for retirement. Being thoughtful and proactive is key. 00:52:03 - Conclusion, Melina's top insights from the conversation. What stuck with you while listening to the episode? What are you going to try? Come share it with Melina on social media -- you'll find her as @thebrainybiz everywhere and as Melina Palmer on LinkedIn. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. 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Deciphering truly healthy foods from those cleverly marketed as such can be a real challenge. We live in a time when “health” information is at our fingertips, but it's easy to get lost in the overwhelming abundance of dietary advice and food products competing for our attention and their contradicting claims. Let's explore the pitfalls in food marketing and discover how to make informed choices that align with your PCOS goals. The Influence of Food MarketingThere are food marketing tactics that make products seem healthier than they truly are. I'm this episode you will learn how to recognize the buzzwords and trends that often lead us astray and understand the importance of going beyond the surface when evaluating food products. By the end of this segment, you'll have a clearer perspective on how to navigate the grocery aisles and make choices that genuinely support your health.Deciphering Nutrition LabelsNutrition labels are your allies in the quest for healthier eating, but they can be tricky to interpret. In this section, you'll learn what you are looking to ensure the foods you buy are actually meeting the needs you have. Armed with this knowledge, you'll gain confidence in selecting foods that align with your PCOS goals.The Halo Effect in Food MarketingThe "halo effect" is a common marketing strategy that attaches a single healthy trend to a product, making it appear virtuous. We'll dissect this phenomenon and uncover how it can lead us to make choices based on limited information. By recognizing the halo effect, you'll be better equipped to see through marketing tactics and prioritize foods that genuinely nourish your body.Taking Control of Your NutritionAfter listening to this episode you will have actionable steps to confidently navigate your nutrition. Discover practical strategies for making conscious, informed food choices that support your PCOS journey.Don't let marketing hype and confusion dictate your dietary decisions; take charge of your nutrition and embark on a path to a more vibrant, balanced, and joyful life.You can take the quiz to discover your root cause hereThe full list of Resources & References Mentioned can be found on the Episode webpage at:https://nourishedtohealthy.com/ep-71Let's continue the conversation on Instagram! What did you find helpful in this episode and what follow-up questions do you have?
Desare has been on a journey her whole life to find the balance between great tasting food and being healthy. The Twisted Fork Festival gives her to ability to connect those of us that have struggled with the same problem to the farmers and chefs that are creating healthy foods that have amazing flavors.To learn more, go to www.TwistedForkFestival.com, Facebook.com/TwistedForkFestival, or Instagram.com/twistedforkfestivalsYou can visit all of our sponsors here.You can support my efforts to bring you episodes about health and wellness topics via Patreon.Follow me via All In Health and Wellness on Facebook or Instagram.Find my books on Amazon: No More Sugar Coating: Finding Your Happiness in a Crowded World and Confidence Through Health: Life the Healthy Lifestyle God DesignedMusic credit: Ryan The Son, hear more from Ryan The Son on Instagram, YouTube or SpotifyProduction credit: Social Media Cowboys
This week I'm talking with Jenn von Ebers (Jenn-Cooks.com) and Biz Velatini (MyBizzyKitchen.com, Skinny Pizza Dough, Cooking For One), identical twin sisters, food bloggers (each with their own blog!) and culinary influencers. We talk about how they got into doing what they do, what differentiates their content, and how they have successfully grown their social media following. Links:Jenn's Website: Jenn-Cooks.comIG: @JennCooksFB: @JennvonEbersBiz's Website: MyBizzyKitchen.comIG: @MyBizzyKitchenFB: @MyBizzyKitchenTT: @MyBizzyKitchen_Cookbooks: Skinny Pizza Dough, Cooking For OneBacon Gravy - Video on FB: @COOKtheSTORYSausage GravyFlanken-Style Short RibsShrimp MarinadeFried FarroZoup Good, Really Good - 20% off first purchase through Oct. 8 on Amazon with coupon code: 20RECIPEOF
Ever fallen for the fancy packaging of a food product, only to be let down by the ingredient list? Yep, been there, done that! We're dishing the dirt on some sneaky "health food" products that promised the world on their label but were a whole different story inside the package!Join us on a mission to unveil the crafty tricks and tactics lurking behind food product labeling. We're here to arm you with the knowledge to make the most healthy, informed choices when choosing ingredients for your family meal plan. Plus, as a special treat, we're giving you the lightning-fast plant based recipe formula for scrumptious cashew cream that's a total game-changer.
A frequent hospital visitor says she's been left with limited and overpriced food options after the health authority introduced it's new 'healthy food policy.' The CBC's Jessica Singer spoke with Kristina Ennis about her concerns.
Some days deciding what healthy food to eat can feel like a chore. So how can you make it easier? What are some simple tricks to making eating healthy easier and less overwhelming. That is what we are discussing in today's podcast - my 3 top tips for reducing food overwhelm and what I do to eat consistently healthy …without getting totally stressed out of my nut! Resources Book your free call with me here Find out more about the SHIFT Retreat
As you're on the journey of changing your eating habits for your health and/or to lose weight, you may feel like there are situations that are out of your control.When healthy food isn't an option, it can leave you feeling frustrated, confused, and feeling badly about yourself afterward. However, there are things you CAN control in any circumstance, and even if it's not much, you can ALWAYS control what you think after the fact.So when healthy food isn't an option and you end up eating something much less healthy, you can choose what to think moving forward.That way, you keep making progress instead of feeling like a failure, which won't get you anywhere useful.Get weekly tips delivered to your inbox that are like mini versions of these podcast episodes! GET WEEKLY TIPS HERE
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Nutrition Nugget! Bite-size, bonus episodes offering tips, tricks and approachable science. This week, Jenn's talking about corn. She discusses the 4 different types of corn, if it's healthy for you, and why you may find it in your poop. You may be surprised to know how much corn is in your diet. With the majority of corn being genetically modified, how can you add this delicious vegetable (and grain) into your diet in a nutritious way? Like what you're hearing? Be sure to check out the full length episodes; new releases every Wednesday. Have an idea for a nutrition nugget? Submit it here: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com/index.php/contact/ RESOURCES:Ep 38 - My Five Cents Podcast - Featuring JennMy Five Cents PodcastBecome A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With A Side Of Fries MerchA Salad With a Side of Fries Instagram
Be Whole - Mind, Body, Soul Event The Mind-Full Method Welcome to the Head-To-Heal Podcast! In this episode, Jiordana talks about why setting deadlines will get in the way of your healing journey and why it makes loosing weight way too hard. Tune in to get some tips about how to hit your goals without breaking a sweat, enjoy. Links: Be Whole - Mind, Body, Soul Event Apply For Mind-Full Method FREE Food-Freedom Guide Website Weight Loss Hypnosis Email: email@example.com DISCLAIMER: Please note I am not a medical doctor and you should always seek help from a physician before beginning any new health regime!
Are the healthy food alternatives you're eating actually as good as you think they are for your health? Today, Jenn is going through some of the common snack options that are marketed as healthy to determine if they are in fact a healthy alternative. From dried fruit to veggie chips, to meal delivery services and more, she is hitting it all. She breaks down the nutrient facts in a variety of options and gives advice on what other healthier options may be. Don't be fooled by the labels and marketing, tune in to hear if these options truly are healthy for you. The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store.IN THIS EPISODE:● [5:37] Are dried apricots healthy? ● [9:00] Are veggie chips actually a healthier alternative to potato chips?● [14:14] Are Kind Bars the healthiest snack bar option on the market?● [17:05] Why fiber is so important.● [18:50] Why do manufacturers choose less healthful ingredients? ● [20:00] What is in bottled smoothies/juices and are they good for you?● [23:38] Why is it important to chew your food for fiber intake vs. drinking a shake?● [25:47] Is oatmeal a healthy breakfast option? ● [28:15] Is Vitamin Water good for you?● [30:06] What can you add to your water that's not fruit to make it more flavorful? ● [31:18] What are the benefits of warm lemon water in the morning?● [34:58] Is Lenny & Larry's complete cookie a good road trip snack?● [39:00] Are tortilla wraps a good swap for bread?● [42:38] Are meal box delivery services a good option? ● [46:53] What is in Beyond Meat and Impossible Burgers and is it good for you?● [50:30] Jenn's thoughts on seedless fruits.KEY TAKEAWAYS:● Fiber keeps us full for longer, helps with sustained energy and it also supports regular elimination. ● Frozen organic fruits and vegetables are a great alternative to fresh organic fruit and vegetables. ● Don't be fooled by the marketing on the labels of your food. Check the ingredients and the nutrient facts to determine if an item is actually going to be a health benefit for you.QUOTES: “Calories aren't the whole thing, we want to know what the calories are made of.” - Jenn Trepeck“We can't really trust what's on the front of a package.” - Jenn Trepeck“When we're hungry, fridge first.” - Jenn Trepeck“The bottom line is that everything that we are looking at, has a label.” - Jenn Trepeck“If you stick to the foods that don't require you to read a label, you'll be hands down better off.” - Jenn Trepeck “It's a tough world because this is where the money goes, if we stop giving the money to these companies, if we start to put the money in our farmers and going to farmers markets or looking for actual real whole foods, we're going to create more of that market.” - Jenn TrepeckRESOURCES:Ep 38 - My Five Cents Podcast - Featuring JennMy Five Cents PodcastBecome A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With A Side Of Fries MerchA Salad With a Side of Fries Instagram
Do you love dumplings? We do too. That's one of the many reasons we spoke with Nick Sordoni, one of the owners behind the growing brand Brooklyn Dumpling Show (Philadelphia). The brand, which originated in Manhattan, New York, quickly gained in popularity when it launched during the pandemic. As a fully automat-based eatery, visitors can order ahead and use a QR code to pick up their fresh bites. Guests can choose from a hot or cold menu, with options like Rueben, Philly Cheesesteak, or Peanut Butter & Jelly Dumplings. If you want to hear more about their brand new business--tune in to Food Farms and Chefs Radio Show!Everyone loves a sweet ending--and our next guest is positioned to satisfy your sweet tooth! We spoke with Laura Carroll, whose role as Insomnia Cookies' Director of Sales offers not only insight, but sheer bliss with every delectable bite. Carroll's career took on a life of its own within the culinary industry, and after finding her path drawing closer towards food, she eventually began working for Insomnia Cookies. We chatted with Laura regarding her own history, as well as took a deeper look into what makes their cookies, brownies, and other sweet treats so irresistible. Also, be sure to visit their location in South Philly (across from Geno's & Pat's), just remember to follow their instagram stories to access some hidden fun!Speaking of irresistible, we can't imagine leafing out some of the best things in life: Farmers Markets! Farms play an important role in all our lives, and our final guest, Bilal Rice, is the Program Manager for The Food Trust in Philadelphia. Bilal let all of us know what The Food Trust does, where to find them, and the importance in offering the opportunity to purchase nutrient-rich foods to communities that are in food desserts. The Food Trust originated by offering classes in Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market in 1992. Years later, they now operate Farmers Markets in 35 locations in Philadelphia. If you want to hear more of what you'll find at one of their markets, their locations & hours, or simply find out more information about the programs you offer, then tune in to Food Farms and Chefs Radio Show!Be sure to set a reminder every Tuesday at 6pm EST on WWDB and WPEN and Fridays at 1pm on WMLD, or stream us at any time by searching for Food, Farms, and Chefs Radio Show on your preferred streaming platform!
ARE YOU BUYING FAKE HEALTH FOOD? I'm sharing grocery items that may seem healthy but could be secretly altering your health (plus better alternatives!) Nut and Granola Mixes Mentioned: Lark Ellen sprouted grain free granola Autumn Gold grain-free granola Paleonola grain free granola Wildway peach pecan vegan and keto grain free granola Perfect Balance Raw trail mix Check Out Bethany: Bethany's Pantry Bethany's Instagram: @lilsipper Bethany's Website My Digestive Support Protein Powder Gut Reset Book Subscribe to my weekly newsletter (Friday Finds) As always, if you have any questions for the show please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. And if you like this show, please share it, rate it, review it and subscribe to it on your favorite podcast app.
As you get older, are there foods you should be eating more of? Should your diet change as you get older? Let's chat about it. Plan Smart Eat Real Nutrition Course: https://fitwomensweekly.com/plan-smart-eat-real/what-members-get/ ❖ How To Connect & Get Even More! ❖
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Glyphosate is a toxin and known carcinogen that, unfortunately, has infiltrated many of the foods we eat… I don't share this information with you to scare you, but I think it is important for everyone to be aware of it and what to look for when picking out foods. While I think it is important to eat organic and non-GMO food whenever possible, I know that isn't always accessible for everyone, but there are things you can stay away from to minimize the amount of glyphosate you are exposed to. So join me on today's #CabralConcept 2748 to go over how glyphosate hides in your healthy foods and what you can do to ensure you are purchasing the best for you and your family - Enjoy the show and let me know what you thought! - - - For Everything Mentioned In Today's Show: StephenCabral.com/2748 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!
It's easy to overlook the connection between food and mental well-being in modern life. Food shapes cognitive function, mood, and emotional resilience. Nutrition profoundly impacts mental health.
Have you considered measuring the chemical affiliation of your everyday food consumption? Our guest, David Steinman, is here to illuminate the health concerns that today's modern environment is facing, what its harmful impacts are to you and your kids, and the top alternatives to live a healthier life. Join us and make a change! Key takeaways to listen for An environmental chemical damage that every consumer has to know Why you need to be cautious of toxic substances in products you use Healthy alternatives to common food and products and where to find them The harmful ingredients in medications and why you should avoid them How toxic consumption is affecting today's generational development Resources Healthy Living Magazine LA Weekly Heal the Bay Skyhorse Publishing Rise St. James Raising Healthy Kids by David Steinman | Kindle and Hardcover Barnes & Noble About David Steinman David Steinman is an award-winning journalist who has written best-selling and critically acclaimed environmental and health books. His work in safe cosmetics, taken from the forthcoming book Raising Healthy Kids, is featured in the HBO Max documentary Not So Pretty. His investigative reporting and writing have won awards from Best of the West, California Newspaper Publishers' Association, Sierra Club, and the Green Book Festival. Connect with David Steinman Website: David Steinman Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at email@example.com. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting”, click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe
Thanks for listening to this episode of ON THE DELO Check out old episodes here https://www.iamthedelo.com/ Hope you Enjoy Eric's story ! Eric J. Greenwald is the Franchise Owner/Operator of ProteinHouse currently with three locations in Maricopa County. Prior to his current role, Greenwald, with 30-plus years of restaurant operating experience, was the President and Chief Operating Officer of Grimaldi's Pizzeria and Director of Operations for the Mastro Restaurant Group, as well as several management positions, within the restaurant industry. In addition, Greenwald was also the Chair for the National Restaurant Association's (NRA) Pizzeria Industry Council and with his passion for helping children he also was on the Advisory Board for Share our Strength/ No Kid Hungry. Originally from New Jersey, Greenwald graduated from Arizona State University. He now resides in Scottsdale. He now owned the Protein House and Lorenzo's Pizza ! Two great brands. One he is looking to grow with his restaurant expertise. Sit back relax and enjoy his story ! https://www.lorenzospizzapasta.com/ https://www.protein-house.com/arcadia-az/
In this podcast, Dr. Eric Berg explains what "healthy" drinks and foods have hidden sugars in them.
Beat the August heat with some "cool" Southwest Florida seafood, and celebrate summer with some sweet treats.Seafood Hogfish Harry's - Naples, FLBest Dessert - Carrot CakeNemos - Naples, FLBest DishesGrilled Mediterranean OctopusGrilled Black Grouper “ÀLA NICOISE”Hawaiian PokeVolcano Yellowtail SnapperCold Water Oysters Bar - Fort Myers, FLBest Drinks: BlueBerry CobblerOld FashionedThe Silver King Ocean Brasserie - Fort Myers, FLGreat Seafood & SteakOyster Society - Marco Island, FLCookiesNational Insomnia CookieCrumbl CookiesLocal Cookie StoresAngelic Desserts - Naples, FLKristi's Key Lime Cookies - In Select Southwest Florida StoresEpiphany Bakery - Naples, FLGluten Free BakeryCupcakesCherie's Sweet Treats - Bonita Springs, FL
This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, BiOptimizers, Levels, and Cozy Earth. We often hear the argument that in order to solve climate change we need to stop eating meat, but the truth is that animal agriculture done right is actually part of the solution. On today's episode, I'm excited to talk to Robby Sansom and Taylor Collins about the nuances of regeneratively raised meat and how it can reverse climate change, support better health for those who eat it, and provide natural and caring conditions for the animals it involves. Robby Sansom is Co-Founder & CEO at Force of Nature, a regeneratively sourced meat company based in Austin, TX. Previously, as CFO/COO at EPIC, Robby spent much of the last decade studying regenerative agriculture at ranches all over the world. Force of Nature works in partnership with land stewards, ranchers, and farmers committed to creating a positive return on the planet. Robby is also a land steward at ROAM Ranch, where he owns regeneratively managed bison.Taylor Collins is the Chief Bison Wrangler and a Co-founder of Force of Nature. In 2017, Taylor and his family purchased ROAM Ranch, a 900-acre multi-species regenerative ecosystem. Within 5 years of management, the ranch has seen dramatic improvements in soil carbon, water infiltration, plant diversity, and soil health. This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, BiOptimizers, Levels, and Cozy Earth.Rupa Health is a place where Functional Medicine practitioners can access more than 3,000 specialty lab tests from over 35 labs. You can check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com.This month only you can get a FREE bottle of this full-spectrum magnesium supplement. Go to magbreakthrough.com/hymanfree and enter coupon code hyman10. Levels is offering an additional two free months of their annual membership. Learn more at levels.link/HYMAN.Get 40% off your Cozy Earth sheets. Just head over to cozyearth.com and use code MARK40.Here are more details from our interview (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):Big-picture issues with our food system (7:48 / 5:30) Regenerative agriculture as a solution to these issues (11:23 / 9:11) How the food industry takes advantage of consumers (13:21 / 11:54) The true cost of corn (19:41 / 17:25) My visit to Roam Ranch (23:55 / 19:37) The nutritional value of regenerative bison vs feedlot beef (42:32 / 37:38) Learnings from a regenerative rancher (45:15 / 42:17) Six principles of soil health (54:41 / 50:26) Food production around the world (1:01:51 / 56:56) Is regenerative agriculture scalable on a global level? (1:05:47 / 1:01:20)Learn more at Roamranch.com and Forceofnature.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/547sallynorton Sally K. Norton (IG: @sknorton) holds a nutrition degree from Cornell University and a master's degree in Public Health. Her path to becoming a leading expert on dietary oxalate includes a prior career working at major medical schools in medical education and public health research. Sally's personal healing experience inspired years of research that led to her book, Toxic Superfoods. Oxalates could be destroying your health (without you knowing) - stick around to find out how to protect yourself! In this episode, we discuss: What are oxalates? Vitamin C naturally oxidizes into oxalic acid Understanding endogenous oxalate production The symptoms of oxalate poisoning Can you test for oxalates? High oxalate foods cause these health problems The top foods high in oxalates The problem with access to high oxalate foods year round How many oxalates can we tolerate? Is your green smoothie making you feel worse? The mixed messaging about health is confusing Sally's vegetarian diet lead to oxalate poisoning Oxalates can cause problems throughout the body Can you lower the oxalates in foods? Calcium supplements help the body remove oxalates The harsh reality about going gluten & dairy-free Spicy foods are high in oxalates These 3 foods are oxalate bombs Trigger and maintenance theory Start lowering your high oxalate foods How to manage oxalate clearing illness Address acidity crisis when dealing with inflammation Is supplementing with calcium safe? Sally's low oxalate diet Are animal foods a source of oxalates? Has oxalate content changed in foods over the years? You don't need to eat high oxalate foods for hormetic stress Oxalates and the gut microbiome Signs of neurotoxicity How the body reacts to other plant compounds Advice for vegans & vegetarians to help keep oxalates down Lemon juice neutralizes oxalates Saunas & cold therapy flush oxalates out of your body Hydration is key to flushing out oxalates Show sponsors: Paleovalley
If you ever needed permission to realize your power this is the episode for you! On this Extra Credit Fridays Shawn revisits his conversation with 62 year old 2x World Bikini Champ Jodi Harrison Bauer. Jodi inspiring others to be ageless + fierce and the host of “Fearlessly Authentic” podcast.We will discuss the following:- Forget the naysayers - Why support system matters - Firing your friends & more. Follow Jodi here : https://instagram.com/jodiharrisonbauer?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Listen to the full episode here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/schools-over-now-what/id1405269030?i=1000585834601SONW Resources:Signup for PodProMax: https://podpromax.com/Signup for my new pocdasting course:https://schoolsovernowwhat.thinkific.com/courses/podcast-secrets-revealed-the-course Download my ebook "Podcast Secrets Revealed":https://shawnanthony.lpages.co/podcast-secrets-revealed-ebook/ Support SONW with Patreon and get exclusive content:https://www.patreon.com/schoolsovernowwhatJoin the SONW Academy for 1-1 Coaching from Shawn:https://www.schoolsovernowwhat.com/academyAbout School's Over...Now What?Join Shawn Anthony as he talks to fearless business leaders who've shattered conventional wisdom to achieve massive success. In each weekly episode, our guests share jaw-dropping stories of overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Most importantly, they've answered the question we've all asked “School's Over…Now What?” Get inspired and access cutting-edge strategies that'll transform your business and life. New episodes every Friday on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts and all major podcast platforms. Contact InfoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/shawnranthony_/ Website: https://www.schoolsovernowwhat.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIwYX2OncZFiq6Vv8EYKceA/Twitter: https://twitter.com/shawnranthony_ Press/Interview Requests: firstname.lastname@example.org