385: Root Canals, Wisdom Teeth, Remineralizing Teeth, and More With Dr. Kelly Blodgett
1 hr 1 min
This episode is about one of my favorite research topics, oral health. I’m here with Dr. Kelly Blodgett, a recognized leader in holistic dentistry. Dr. Kelly has a fascinating and integrative approach to common dental health questions on topics like root canals, wisdom teeth, remineralizing teeth, gum disease, and a lot more. And some of …
Intermittent Fasting Stories
Intermittent Fasting Stories
Gin Stephens
Jason Boetcher
In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Jason Boetcher. Jason is a pastor from Kansas City, KS. This episode is brought to you by Green Chef! Green Chef is a USDA certified organic company that makes eating well easy and affordable with plans to fit every lifestyle. Gin’s favorite? The Balanced Living plan. Go to greenchef.com/ifstories90 and use promo code ifstories90 to get $90 off. Jason is a Lutheran pastor. He tried many diets over the years, losing 20 pounds with each one. He first heard about IF on the Dr. Oz Show, though he was already familiar with spiritual fasts. Through some research, Jason found Delay, Don't Deny, and the IF Stories Podcast. In January of 2019, he began with a 20:4 protocol, but found he ate too much, and so he switched to 23:1. By the fall of that same year, he had lost 50 pounds, weighing 180 pounds.  But life was about to change. Jason had a persistent cold that would not go away, and one day he found himself unable to breathe while playing soccer. After having a chest x-ray and CT scan, his doctor found an aggressive tumor growing near his esophagus. He was put on steroids and began chemotherapy, which caused Jason to lose his sense of taste for everything...but sugar. He began to eat all day long, which led to a weight gain of 45 pounds.  In March of 2020, the treatments were completed and the tumor was gone! Jason was desperate to get back to IF, but after experiencing some fainting spells, he needed to wait.  By May of 2020, Jason was able to fast again. He is currently 180 pounds, and his ultimate goal is 165 pounds. Jason has cut out sugar and soda, and is following an ADF (Alternate Day Fasting) protocol.  Jason's advice for new IFers: "Be patient and kind to yourself in the beginning. Try longer fasts. The process will work. You might not lose as fast as you'd like, but it will happen."  Get Gin’s books, including her latest New York Times Bestseller, Fast. Feast. Repeat., available wherever you buy books! http://www.ginstephens.com/get-the-books.html Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin: gin@intermittentfastingstories.com Follow Gin on Twitter _@gin_stephens_ Follow Gin on Instagram @GinStephens Connect with Gin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Gin-Stephens-370557866639779 Listen to Gin on the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast: _Intermittent Fasting Stories on iTunes_
57 min
The Whole View
The Whole View
Stacy Toth and Sarah Ballantyne
Episode 432: Giving Thanks
The Whole View, Episode 432: Giving Thanks Welcome back to episode 430 of the Whole View. (0:27) This week is all about positive mindsets and giving thanks. Stacy opens the shows talking about how thankful she is for laughter and how she'd like to take some time this week to focus on what we are grateful for this week. She also jokes about how embarrassing it is, but she'd like to share one of the meditative practices she's been doing. Meditation is something that Stacy has often struggled with. She can't sit down and do a guided meditation. She hopes that it might make you realize, as it did for her, even just taking a couple of minutes to focus on breathing can have a huge impact on your health and wellness. Sarah explains it's not just about mindset. It's actually rewires the brain and the connectivity between different areas. It limits the overactive flight-or-fight response and helps to regulate a ton of hormones. It is very well understood as a tool. Dan Siegel's site and the book can be found by following this link, which Sarah thinks is a great place to start. Dr. Siegel studies the science behind mindfulness and how it's impacting the brain and other biological systems. Sarah recommends starting with his book Mindset. She adds he has a lot of other great books to check out for kids and teens especially. Stacy jokes that she will not be reading them. But she is super thankful to Sarah for sharing that information! Stacy's Breathing Exercise Stacy explains that she came to this type of meditation while trying to make quiet time for herself. (6:35) Before then, she wasn't incorporating breathing until she got sick with the coronavirus. Lung health was something she could control and manage while she was sick. And it's since been something she's kept on for stress relief. Stacy tells listeners the exercise has you breathe in slowly for a four-count, hold it for a four-count, and then exhale for an eight count. The goal in doubling the amount of time you're exhaling, you're mindfully slowing down and thinking about needing to exhale slowly. She adds that she wants listeners to cycle through it three times. You should feel your chest rising and your lungs filling. When Stacy does this exercise, it takes her about 2-5 minutes to cycle through, depending on how much she wants to do it. Positive Affirmations She tries to practice giving thanks to the things she's grateful for as she practices it. Stacy shares she is grateful for all the parts of her body doing jobs she doesn't even know they're doing. "Think about how you're just grateful to exist in that body in that moment, and tell your body that you love it. You have to mean it! Sometimes faking it before making it is okay. You're grateful for being able to do all of those things. Tell your body is whole. You are whole. Your body is a gift. It's a vessel for who you are and what you are. And I know we all get hung up on our imperfections, so the more that you tell yourself: I am whole; I love myself; I love my body; my body is worthy of love; I am worthy love; I am incredible, smart, kind, generous..." All of the things that you can feel proud of, of what you are, think them, say them out loud, whatever you want to do while you practice your breathing." Stacy shares how ridiculous and silly it seems to her but concedes that it actually is a great way to reflect on mindset while focusing on your wellness. Within a couple of minutes, she feels so much better and better able to handle her life stress. Alternatives to Meditation Sarah jokes that there is science in this, but it may seem a little out-there to regular viewers. Gratitude journaling is a great alternative if meditation isn't really your thing and has shown to be very effective. Plus, you can even do it digitally if you prefer. Sarah also tries to jot little things she's grateful for on little scraps of paper and uses them to fill a jar. There's a lot of resilience that comes out of taking the time to focus on positive things that we can appreciate. It's really easy to get into this negative thought process and being intentional in thinking about the positives and bringing perspective to our lives. Especially with the challenges of this year, developing a habit like this can be very beneficial. Sarah shares her personal experiences with integrating grateful meditation and journaling into her life. Mindset Is Key Stacy thinks the idea of being aware of what you're grateful for is beneficial. (17:13) She shares that she is thankful for her patience. Stacy jokes that she does not have infinite patience, that she's a perfectionist, and can be very competitive. She shares that she worked very hard this year on developing more patience, and she's very thankful for the progress she's seen. Sarah gives thanks for the strength and resiliency she's developed over the years. This year really put Sarah to the test, so she's thankful she had that skillset in place to help her navigate. Giving Thanks to Life & Family Stacy is thankful for the changes she made to her life 18 months ago that made this year so much more manageable.(25:03) She shares the changes she and her family made for any new listeners. Stacy is also very grateful for realizing her other dream of being a foster parent. And that her family was up for supporting that dream. She also shares that they will be fostering two siblings for the holidays. Sarah gives thanks for rediscovering a very good marriage and that the pandemic allowed them to have a lot of high-quality family time. She is also very thankful for the chance to get to know her children at the age they are now. Stacy talks a little bit about her boys and how they're doing with virtual school. She also references this post about a comedian reading her 2020 goals list for anyone looking for a laugh. Sarah is thankful for her team - Charissa, Nicole, Kiersten, and Denise - and their adaptability since many of their 2020 plans wasn't workable this year. Stacy thinks it's important to acknowledge that adaptability is not only for business but also for helping others who are also stuck at home. She is also thankful for Penny, who has joined their family 2 years ago now as an emotional support animal. Stacy and Sarah both share how integral their puppies have been to their emotional health, this year especially. Stacy talks about her husband Matt, and how much she's thankful for everything he does. Giving Thanks to the Community She also is so thankful for all the frontline workers out there who are doing everything they can to help others. (38:13) Sarah adds that online shopping, zoom, and the Internet are all on her gratitude list. Stacy also gives thanks to YOU listeners. You all support her and Sarah in ways they never imagined possible when they started this podcast years ago. Sarah also so thankful for their Patreon family and shares this comment from a listener: "There's so much to say, I'll try to make it concise. I will start with this - the reason I joined Patreon was because I wanted to support you. Period. You have both given me so much, more than I can put into words - my heart feels it. I wanted to support you, even monetarily with a small amount a month (and it really isn't a lot). (The cost of feeding 5 kids in Africa (if you remember the commercial from when we were kids). As it turns out, I'm getting so much from the Patreon content (and I shouldn't be surprised) - more frankness, honesty, and judgement free commentary that continues to make me grow. I feel even more connected to you now. As you say Stacy "I know we'd be besties if we could be". I call you my gurus and my kids laugh ("what are they monks?", they ask). Wishing you both health safety, love, prosperity, kindness, nachas (have no idea how to explain that in English) and continued personal growth. I encourage anyone who enjoys your podcast as much as I do to support you through Patreon…
54 min
Logical Weight Loss
Logical Weight Loss
Dave Jackson
How to Get Started Lifting Weights and Why?
This week, I'm ready to buckle down and get back on track. I found an article that has me wanting to mix in weight training. -------- WEIGH IN -------- 229.3 - I consider this my new starting weight. ------------------------------------ LIFTING WEIGHTS - HOW TO GET STARTED ------------------------------------ According to an article on Yahoo ( https://www.yahoo.com/news/often-strength-train-build-muscle-222209427.html ) , you can try doing full body exercises every other date. It's really important to give your body time to recuperate. You need to let your body repair itself. This time is when your muscles come back bigger. *WHY?* According to that article, "Numerous scientific studies show that regular strength training can be a huge benefit to your health long-term by improving cognitive function, emotional and mental well-being, and mobility by reducing muscle loss as you grow older." Keep in mind your muscles burn calories, and you naturally lose your muscle as you get older (yes, that does suck). The less muscles you have, the less calories you burn. The less calories you burn the more weight you may put on. HOW HARD DO YOU PUSH? --------------------- For muscle definition, choose a weight that has you fatigued by the end of six to 12 repetitions. In general you want to push yourself to the point where you can't do any more. As always contact your doctor and be safe (have a spotter if you're using a bench and doing bench presses). Your muscles get bigger when you push them to the point where you can't do it. During the day off your body repairs your muscles, and actually comes back bigger. EVENTUALLY DO MORE ------------------ At some point the weight you are using will become easier, and that's when its time to increase one of the following: * The number of sets, * The number of Reps, * Or you add more weight. People who do weight training on a regular basis reap the benefits years later. You may not like it now, buy your future self will thank you. SUPPORT THE SHOW BECOME A LOGICAL LOSER A private Facebook accountability group with additional information is at www.logicallosers.com ( http://www.logicallosers.com ) Come join the conversations and enjoy "Motivation Monday" "Weigh In Wednesday" and more. www.logicallosers.com
23 min
The Girlfriend Doctor w/ Dr. Anna Cabeca
The Girlfriend Doctor w/ Dr. Anna Cabeca
Dr. Anna Cabeca OB/GYN
160: How to Raise Your Energetic Vibration w/ Jay & Monica Campbell
Raising your energetic vibration is something that all women should prioritize throughout their lives. Even if this is something you’ve never thought about before, this episode with Jay and Monica Campbell will enlighten you to the benefits of a high vibe life and give you insight into how to achieve one for yourself. Key Takeaways How to raise your vibration: * Lower your insulin signal * Build muscle * Increase your cardiovascular health/heart rate * Understand the balance between sound body and sound mind About Jay and Monica Campbell A former champion men’s physique competitor and current 4x international best selling author in the optimized health care space, Jay Campbell is a global thought leader on hormones, biohacking, fat loss, and higher consciousness. Jay is a NO-nonsense, authentic, and fully transparent guy (in a day and age when being hyper-masculine is frowned on), and FEARLESS in his servant mission of leading humanity towards full-spectrum optimization of the body-mind, heart, and soul. Since returning from 12 days in The Sacred Valley of Peru, he's experienced a seismic energetic shift manifesting in a profound new focus of raising the collective vibration of humanity so we reach planetary consciousness aka unconditional love. Monica Campbell is the author of Cracking the Fountain of Youth Code: A Woman’s Guide to Being Healthier, Happier, and Empowered for Life. She manifested her perfect love and relationship with Jay into her life and now helps bring fulfillment into other women’s lives. Choosing the Best Version of Yourself What I loved the most about this conversation with Jay and Monica Campbell is Monica’s complete openness about her first marriage and how she raised her own energetic vibration to find Jay. Monica talks about how when her first marriage ended, she turned to a party lifestyle. She thought this would fulfill her, but ultimately, it didn’t, leaving her feeling like something was missing for her. She decided to honor who she truly was inside by learning more about her inner Monica. She knew what qualities she wanted to embody to be the best version of herself and Monica decided to embody them. Jay adds some thoughts regarding how repressed and blocked emotions can impact your overall health. Because blocked emotions can lead to long-term illness, Jay is very intentional about helping others raise their energetic vibration. Raise Your Vibration to Optimize Your Love Creation! Part of this is choosing who you want to be. Jay and Monica talk about how you can intentionally choose the type of person you want to be. And as long as this person is in line with your high vibration being, you will thrive. So how do you raise your vibration? Jay takes us through four ways to start. Lowering your blood insulin level is very important, as is improving your cardiovascular health. He also talks about why building your muscular strength is so important. Finally, Jay provides some insight into understanding the balance you need to achieve between your strong body and your strong mind. He explains that when you work your spiritual and emotional muscles, you raise your energetic vibration. What steps are you taking to raise your energetic vibration? How can you be more present and honoring to yourself? As always, you can ask me anything and let me hear your thoughts in the comments on the episode page. If you have questions, email team@drannacabeca.com. In This Episode * How you can honor who you are to be the best version of yourself [12:15] * How blocked emotions can lead to long-term and chronic illness [14:30] * Why you should decide who you’ll show up as in this world [28:15] * How to raise your vibration [30:30] * What happens when you work your emotional and spiritual muscles [32:15] Quotes “You can choose to live your life in a state of being that is resonant and coherent which is full of love, full of forgiveness, full of acceptance, full of allowance, full of all the things that a person who is attempting to give love, serve mankind without attachment or expectant to an outcome. Just doing it for the general existence of joy and happiness in your life.” [26:42] “We’ve got to understand, as people, as an individual, it’s really up to us to decide how we’re going to show up in the world. When you are in a place of self-acceptance, self-awareness, and self-love, you are able to project that outward and truly make a difference.” [28:21] “The love that you take at an energetic soul level is equal to the love that you make in every lifetime of physical experience.” [36:29] Resources Mentioned Buy Aseir Custom: The Holy-Grail of Anti-Aging Creams. Find Jay Campbell Online Find Monica Campbell Online Follow Jay Campbell on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest Join the KetoGreen Community on Facebook Buy Keto-Green 16 Check out the full episode page Find Dr. Anna Online Follow Dr. Anna on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
43 min
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
Dhru Purohit
#171: All Things Covid: Vitamin D, Masks and More with Chris Kresser
All Things Covid: Vitamin D, Masks and More with Chris Kresser As humans, we often fall into black and white thinking. It can be easy to let the constant waterfall of media information and social snippets wash over us without stopping to think of the full context. In this age of COVID-19, though, it’s more important than ever to pause and look at what the science really has to say. When we slip into confirmation bias and seek out answers that solidify what we already believe, we lose the ability to think critically. Now, more than ever, is the time to change that so we can overcome this pandemic. That’s exactly what Dhru and Chris Kresser talk about on this episode of The Broken Brain Podcast.  Chris Kresser is the CEO of Kresser Institute for Functional & Evolutionary Medicine, the co-director of the California Center for Functional Medicine, the creator of ChrisKresser.com, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Paleo Cure. He is known for his in-depth research uncovering myths and misconceptions in modern medicine and providing natural health solutions with proven results. Chris was named one of the 100 most influential people in health and fitness by Greatist.com, and his blog is one of the top-ranked natural health websites in the world. He recently launched Kresser Institute, an organization dedicated to reinventing healthcare and reversing chronic disease by training healthcare practitioners in Functional and Evolutionary Medicine.  In this episode, Dhru and Chris jump into an open conversation about the most pressing COVID topics and what the latest research is showing. Starting with vitamin D, they look at some dramatic results of several studies, with the takeaway being that a majority of COVID patients have been found to have vitamin D deficiency, and those who are vitamin D deficient have higher inflammatory markers and a higher risk of death. They discuss the science behind mask wearing and why it’s a helpful piece of stopping the spread of coronavirus, but only one piece. They also talk about the latest findings of the vaccine trials and what we know, and don’t know.  In this episode, we dive into:  -Vitamin D levels among asymptomatic and critically ill COVID-19 patients and the correlation with inflammatory markers (12:56)  -Randomized control trial of vitamin D (17:26) -Vitamin D testing and supplement recommendations (32:40)  -Why masks are getting so much attention when the data is nuanced (35:28)  -The research on COVID-19 and masks (46:06) -COVID-19 vaccine—what we know and what we don’t know (1:08:14)  -Concerns around the safety of a vaccine when it’s developed so quickly (1:15:37)  -Oxford AstraZeneca phase III vaccine trial and how it differs from Pfizer and Moderna vaccine trials (1:30:42) -Rapid at home COVID testing (1:41:01) -What you can do today to take control of your health (1:49:03)  For more on Chris Kresser, be sure to follow him on Instagram @chriskresser, on Facebook @chriskresserlac, on Twitter @chriskresser, on YouTube @chriskresser, and through his website https://chriskresser.com. To learn more about his ADAPT Health Coach Training Program and his ADAPT Practitioner Training Program visit: https://kresserinstitute.com. You can also find his book, The Paleo Cure at https://paleocurebook.com/. Also mentioned in this episode: Vitamin D -www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-77093-z -https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960076020302764?via%3Dihub#bib0100   Masks -https://reason.com/2020/11/16/masks-are-a-tool-not-a-panacea/ -https://pws.byu.edu/covid-19-and-masks -https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/M20-6817   Vaccines -Dr. Hyman Video: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CHY-_aXHw3E/ -https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4037 -https://www.research.ox.ac.uk/Article/2020-11-23-oxford-university-breakthrough-on-global-covid-19-vaccine -https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)32466-1/fulltext   Testing -https://www.propublica.org/article/rapid-testing-is-less-accurate-than-the-government-wants-to-admit   Fluoride -https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapediatrics/article-abstract/2748628   Alternative Ideas to Lock Downs That Need More Discussion -https://covidrecovery.ie/ -Katz COVID Reality Check 21: Left & Right, Right & Wrong, Front & Center https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sij0TJw8vcg&feature=youtu.be For more on Dhru Purohit, be sure to follow him on Instagram @dhrupurohit, on Facebook @dhruxpurohit, on Twitter @dhrupurohit, and on YouTube @dhrupurohit. You can also text Dhru at (302) 200-5643 or click here https://my.community.com/dhrupurohit. Interested in joining Dhru’s Broken Brain Podcast Facebook Community? Submit your request to join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2819627591487473/. This episode of Broken Brain is brought to you by Bioptimizers and Optimize.  My new favorite magnesium is from a company called Bioptimizers—their Magnesium Breakthrough formula contains 7 different forms which all have different functions in the body. Right now, Bioptimizers is offering their Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal to my listeners during the entire month of November. They are offering free shipping, up to 40% off on select products and are giving away free bottles of their amazing enzyme, probiotic P30M as well as their HCL breakthrough supplement. Just go to bioptimizers.com/brain and use the code BRAIN10 to receive this amazing offer!   I’m sure most of you can relate to trying to pack a lot into your day. I’m always trying to do my absolute best when it comes to balancing my career, my relationships, and finding some time for personal growth, so I really love when I can find a resource that makes any of that easier. That’s why I’m really excited about this company called Optimize, founded by Brian Johnson. His Philosophers Notes series has short summaries of more than 600 of the best books on ancient wisdom and modern science—they pull the most important Big Ideas into a 6-page PDF and 20-minute MP3 you can read or listen to on the go via the Optimize app. It’s the perfect time to check out Optimize because they’re offering Broken Brain listeners 10% off. Just go to Optimize.me/brokenbrain and enter code BROKEN to get 10% off  today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 52 min
Well-Fed Women
Well-Fed Women
Noelle Tarr
Focus Mode, Health Issues After Intermittent Fasting, & Anti-Diet vs. “Wellness” Culture
Here’s the notes for episode #299 of Well-Fed Women. Be sure to check back every Tuesday for a new episode, and head over to Apple Podcasts or Stitcher to subscribe! To leave a review for the podcast (HORRAY!), go to: https://coconutsandkettlebells.com/review In this episode, Noelle and Stefani discuss focus mode, heath issues after intermittent fasting, and anti-diet vs. “wellness” culture. Got a question you’d like us to answer? Email us at wellfedwomen@gmail.com. 10% of the funds we receive from our sponsors is donated directly to our partner charity, Thistle Farms, a place where women survivors of abuse, addiction, trafficking and prostitution receive help and support through residential programs, therapy, education, and employment opportunities. Because we get paid per download, you are actively supporting Thistle Farms by downloading our podcast each week. Topics! [12:20] Focus Mode [25:52] Health Issues after Intermittent Fasting [38:24] Anti-Diet vs. “Wellness” Culture Links! Noelle’s website: https://coconutsandkettlebells.com Stefani’s website: http://healthtoempower.com Buy our book Coconuts and Kettlebells Well-Fed Women Holistic Health Facebook Group Cookies Beautycounter Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookie Skillet Baked Chocolate Donuts (Paleo, Grain-Free) Paleo Baked Apple Crisp How to Eat Carbs After Low-Carb Dieting StitchFix Emile Henry Pizza Stone Beautycounter Vitamin C Serum BioOptimizers If you are looking to support your immune system and your gut this winter season, which we all are, BiOptimizers has a pretty cool product called the “Ultimate Immunity Protection Stack”. Their Immunity Stack is a bundle of 3 products which contains over 18 natural herbs and probiotic blends formulated to eliminate bad bacteria, feed good bacteria, and repair a compromised gut lining. It works with your current routine and improves your gut-brain connection. You all know I love P3-OM, which is a proteolytic probiotic. It’s in this immunity stack, along with leaky gut guardian that contains really important prebiotics, you can just stir it into any beverage.  It also includes Cogni-Biotics, which contains a blend of herbs and probiotics to help increase serotonin and happy chemicals to naturally elevate your mood, performance and cognitive function with no side effects or dependencies. For the entire month of November there’s a Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale going on so really now is the best time to try their stuff! Go to bioptimizers.com/wellfed and use coupon code WELLFED10 to save an extra 10% on the Immunity Protection Stack.
1 hr 12 min
Healthy Hormones for Women Podcast
Healthy Hormones for Women Podcast
Samantha Gladish: Online Nutritionist, Weight Loss Coach and Hormone Fixer-
131: How to Take Control of Your Life and Boost Your Confidence
What does it take to be in control of your life? Where can you find the confidence that you need? Nutritionist and educator Jane Durst-Pulkys shares her journey of battling self-doubt, overcoming her lack of self-esteem, and building her confidence. You can find all the info and links about this episode at https://holisticwellness.ca/episode131. Topics Discussed in this Episode: * Jane’s journey toward boosting her confidence * Working with empowering afformations * The 7 Chakras * The technique to uncover where energy is blocked * The 7 deadly words * Rewiring the brain * The common excuses that people come up with * Where nutrition comes into play with rewiring the brain and boosting your confidence Key Takeaways: * Your issues are in your tissues. * Homeopathy allows you to figure out where the energy is blocked in your body and how to get rid of it. * Life is supposed to be a joyful experience, but when there are these energy blocks in the body, people aren’t able to fully live the life that they’re looking for. * When you feel confident, every cell in your body radiates that confidence. * Words are either disabling or enabling. How you speak to yourself is very important. How you talk to other people impacts every cell in your body. * The 7 deadly words are the following: can’t, should, if, or, need, must, and try. * Studies have shown that if you were to spend 10 to 20 minutes in a meditation or a contemplation type of exercise, it allows your body to calm down, and it allows for more creativity to flow through. * For you to feel good inside, you have to have amazing energy. * There are 5 new food groups available today: frozen, fried, fast, junk, and processed. There’s also a lot of CRAP - carbonated, refined, addictive, and processed foods. But if you want to feel amazing, you need to eat whole, live foods. Action Steps: * Figure out what’s holding you back and utilize your full potential. * Be kind to yourself. * Love yourself. * Think about what you say and how you say it. * Take some time for yourself and do some meditation. * Subscribe to the 80-20 rule when it comes to nutrition. It’s what you eat 80% of the time that matters the most. Jane said: “I think it’s really criminal to be a man or a woman in this world and to not have that joy and that feeling of [having] your own life in your hands.” “We need to help each other. We need to compliment each other. And if we all were kinder to ourselves, then we could all be more empowered to feel better about ourselves.” Thanks for listening! Important Announcements: Don’t forget to connect with me over on Instagram, @holisticwellnessfoodie. Let me know if there’s anything you’d love for me to expand on. It would also mean so much if you would leave us a rating or a review at any podcast platform that you’re listening to us on. Recommended Products: * Garden of Life mykind Organics Plant Iron and Organic Herbs * Organifi Harmony * nutpods Links to things I talk about in the show: * Save 20% off Energybits Spirulina and Chlorella at energybits.com. Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES. * Save 15% off ALL Organifi products at organifishop.com. Check out Organifi Immune to help support your body during the cold and flu season. Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES for your 15% savings. * Save 20% off ALL Alitura Naturals SkinCare at https://alituranaturals.com. The Clay Mask is the BEST!! * Save 15% storewide on LeesTea and LeesGhee (the pink chai is my absolute fav! and their maple ghee is amazing in coffee and perfect over roasted vegetables). Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES - leesprovisions.com/healthyhormones. * Check out CANPREV products across Canadian Health Food Stores and online at Natures-Source.ca - I personally LOVE their MYCO10 and Collagen powder. They are great to add to smoothies and elixirs. Also, check out their product ADRENAL CHILL for supporting the adrenal glands and helping your body better adapt to stress. * Save 15% off your very first order on Naturamarket.ca - They carry the best health food products and they are my go-to source for all things delicious! A few brands that I order on the regular - nutpods, siete, lily's chocolate, bobs red mill, simple mills and primal palate spices. You're gonna LOVE shopping here. They only ship to Canada*. Use the code HEALTHYHORMONES and save 15%. Where you can find Jane Durst-Pulkys: Jane's Instagram (@janedurstpulkys) Jane's Website (www.creativehealth.ca) Where you can find me: Samantha’s Facebook Samantha’s Instagram Samantha’s Website Samantha’s Twitter Healthy Hormones for Women Podcast Private Community on Facebook How you can work with me: * 6-Week Healthy Hormones for Women Intensive - Get 60% off when you enroll today! * Healing & Dealing with Hashi’s
54 min
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