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On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with LGBT issues, YSL RICO, the GOAT Kendrick Lamar album review, Streaming Loophole, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
Alternate episode title: How not to let your diet go to shit when you're stressed! ;) In this episode, I share some realistic tips, helpful resources (linked below) and mindset shifts that have helped me and my family get through stressful periods of time without throwing in the towel on our nutrition. Throw together meal ideas: https://carrotsncake.com/33-throw-together-meals/ https://carrotsncake.com/21-more-throw-together-meals/ Picky eater resources: https://carrotsncake.com/picky-eater-tactics-that-work/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ep4-helpful-tips-for-parents-of-picky-eaters/id1539296304?i=1000501437492 https://www.instagram.com/mamaknowsnutrition/ Protein Planner: https://carrotsncake.ck.page/073e195127 ButcherBox deal: http://butcherbox.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=6&aff_id=1624 Online dispensary (discount supplements): https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/carrotsncake ***** If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review and subscribe so you never have to miss an episode! Comments and questions can be sent to email@example.com. Follow me on Instagram @carrotsncake Work with us! https://programs.carrotsncake.com Grab my macro cookbook on Amazon! https://rstyle.me/+UGeGlgcWbVZdkcObYJIfBQ
This episode Carlie shares her approach to feeding littles from her golden rule of everything in moderation to her motto that if she wouldn't feed it to her little baby probably she shouldn't be eating it either. This episode shares go to meals, how to navigate weekly grocery tips, and boundaries they hold around meal time. If you enjoy this episode please rate/review/subscribe and follow along for more on social media TikTok/Instagram @CarlHerMommy !
Has dinner time ever felt like a battle to you? Like you want to eat one way, the kids want to eat another, your spouse is picky too... like how the heck are you supposed to improve your thyroid if the family food preferences are making it diffiult? This my friend, is a thyroid road block. A thyroid road block is something blocking you from achieving your goals. Sometimes it's the responsibilities of being a parent, sometimes it's a high stress job, sometimes it's not eating the proper foods, sometimes it's sleep, etc... In today's episode at Nutrition's My Life, I'm helping you with the dinner time chaos and so much more! Picky eaters watch out! To learn more visit www.nutritionsmylife.com Get my book, The Healthy Thyroid Guide! Available on Amazon.
We are back with another episode of Viall Files: Ask Nick Edition! In this episode we dive into our first caller's situation where her mother-in-law is demanding and rude, calling her husband names for not responding to a text. The problem is, the mother-in-law excuses her behavior because she has a lot of childhood trauma. Now, our caller asks how to deal with a self-aware person who isn't willing to change. Our second caller is a young man who struggles with expectations and dating after moving to New York City. Now with new friends and friend groups, our caller wonders if he should pursue dating some flirting friends at the risk of breaking up the group. Our last caller struggles when her fiancé has taken every step of a marriage without the paperwork and the ceremonies. Now, six years and a few kids later, our caller wonders how to convince her partner to take the next step and tie the knot, officially, in a way worth it for her. “People confuse empathy for validating their choices” Please make sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode and as always send in your relationship questions to firstname.lastname@example.org to be a part of our Monday episodes. Pre-Order Nick's Book: https://www.abramsbooks.com/product/dont-text-your-ex-happy-birthday_9781419755491/ Check out our new "Introvert" merch at http://www.viallfiles.com today! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Article: Go to http://www.Article.com/Viall to get $50 off your first purchase of $100 or more. Canva: Go to http://www.Canva.me/Viall to get your FREE 45-day extended trial. Curology: Get started with Curology with a free 30-day trial at http://www.Curology.com/Viall. Just pay $5 for shipping and handling. Episode Socials: @viallfiles @nickviall See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode Summary: Being picky is a superficial preference. Having standards are preferences rooted in experiencing and understanding your core needs. If you're in the US or Canada, text me at 949-799-0788 so we can chat in more detail about the different topics we cover :) I'll also send you daily prompts that help you get to know yourself better and build a more meaningful life every day! Not in the US? Send me a DM on Instagram @self.improvement.daily! Looking to be challenged and encouraged on your personal development journey? Join our Better Together Community to meet like-minded people that can help you grow into your best you (and maybe even be featured on the podcast!) Application Only: Click here to see if it's a good fit to work One-On-One with me! (Brian)
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual banter and slappers for your head tops, Elon D-Riding, Willow writing Tupac, and other topics. Thanks for the support. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
(And what these poop signs can uncover about your kids' digestive health)In this week's podcast episode, I chat to our Natural Super Kids Naturopath, Sarah Worboys all about one of our fav topics to chat about as Naturopaths - poop! During our chat, Sarah and I discuss her role here at Natural Super Kids and some of the common conditions and symptoms that she is seeing during her Natural Super Kids 1:1 consultations. The topic of this podcast is focused all on the most common poop signs we see at Natural Super Kids and what they can uncover. These include:Loose stools;Green poo; Mucous or blood;Constipation;Undigested food;Foul odour.We also dive deeper into how the above relates to:Fructose and Lactose intolerance;Constipation;Gastrointestinal infections;Dairy and gluten intolerances;Coeliac disease;Bowel inflammation;Picky eating;Low muscle tone;Imbalances in gut flora;And much more.As you can see from the above, this episode is packed full of juicy, important information, and we hope you find it valuable.Episode Links:If you're wanting to investigate this further, Sarah is available for 1:1 consultations. Click here to book.
Welcome to a new episode of Cookies and Beer! This week we talk about American Horror Story, why National Donut Day is stupid, and much more! I love you all, thank you! Andrew Wagner (DOTP - April 22nd 1988) IG - cookiesandbeerpodcast email - email@example.com
You are what you eat and it all starts at birth. Give your baby a healthy start to help lay the groundwork for lifelong health. Dr. Stan Cohen, pediatric gastroenterologist, joins Kathleen to discuss the role of nutrition from infancy to childhood offering excellent guidance and advise on obesity, allergies, healthy meals, sugar, picky eaters, routine illnesses, the importance of gut health and more. Parents of newborns to teenagers need to hear the wisdom from this seasoned expert who is the co-founder of www.Nutrition4Kids.com and author of Healthy Babies, Happy Kids: A Common Sense Guide to Nutrition for Growing Years and What to Feed Your Baby: Cost-Conscious Nutrition for Your Infant.Key Messages:Get your children off to a healthy start. Overweight babies and children often become overweight adults and are linked to health problems later in life, including persistent obesity and heart disease.Many of our children are overweight or obese: 13.4% among 2- to 5-year-olds, 20.3% among 6- to 11-year-olds, and 21.2% among 12- to 19-year-olds.Allergies are always to protein and usually occur immediately whereas intolerances show up several hours later. Feeding babies 4-6 months old whole eggs and peanut products can avert potential allergy development. Picky eaters usually grow out of the food jags.There is no other period of life when nutrition has a more profound impact than during the first 1,000 days of life (pregnancy – 2 years). It is a critical time for human growth and development of the brain, body and immune system. Vegetables, beans and fiber are among the best foods to feed the healthy bacteria in the gut (microbiome) which in turn promotes immunity and brain health. After cereal, babies should be started on vegetables as first foods.