Gut Health with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz
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Dr. Will Bulsiewicz is here to help us understand one of the most important things going on in our bodies...our gut health! There's so much going on microscopically inside us that affects every facet of our every day lives. Learn some important tips, tricks, do's, and don'ts from the man who has it all. Plus, his new book, "Fiber Fueled."

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The Essential Oil Revolution w/ Essential Oils Educator Samantha Lee Wright
The Essential Oil Revolution w/ Essential Oils Educator Samantha Lee Wright
Samantha Lee Wright
252: Deep Tension Relief & Moving Past Comfort Zones
TRE- Tension Relief Exercises can help you release not only physical, but emotional stress and trauma. Hear from a trained TRE provider about this impacting practice, and how essential oils can aid in your success. Davorka Tolic is a trainer, coach and certified TRE provider.   See full show notes for this episode HERE. (You can also leave a comment there on the site)  New to essential oils? Master the basics with our FREE Essential Oils Course.  Our website is  View hundreds of Essential Oil Recipes in our DIY Dugout  Get behind-the-scenes access and become an Essential Oils Insider! Attend live interviews, exclusive Q&As, members only community group, interactive workshops, and one-on-one support to master your use of essential oils! Start now for free! --->  Sign up for our PODCAST NEWSLETTER and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a healthier, more balanced life!   Say hello on social. Use the Hashtag #essentialoilrevolutionpodcast so I know you're a friend!  * Facebook  * Instagram  Grab yourself a freebie here! --->  Thank you to our amazing sponsors.  * View our list of sponsors HERE and help us keep this podcast 100% free!    FAQs:  * Who is Samantha Lee Wright?  * Which brand of oils do you recommend and why?  * Is it safe to ingest essential oils? (And other safety concerns)  * Are essential oils safe for cats? (See safety section)    Hey! Thanks for listening. Send me a message & tell me what you think about the show. Leave a review so others can find the show more easily too.  xo,  Sam
37 min
Listen To Your Body Podcast
Listen To Your Body Podcast
Steph Gaudreau
What Food Freedom Is and Isn't
Finding true food freedom is a nuanced discussion that has roots in many important conversations. The patriarchy, race, gender, body autonomy, and diet culture are just a few of the systems involved in bringing awareness to the food you are eating and how you are treating your body. Key Takeaways If You Want To Find Food Freedom You Should: * Lean into your bodies wisdom and give yourself permission to shake off diet and exercise extremes * Relearn how to connect with yourself and what you enjoy through mindful eating * Question the voices of the food police and start embracing nutrition from a non-diet perspective * Focus on health-promoting behaviors instead of intentional weight loss Listening To Your Body’s Signals I want you to feel the freedom to question what we have been taught about the ‘right way to eat’. Mindful eating is a great place to start, and it can help you relearn how to connect with yourself and what you enjoy. Nutrition from a non-diet perspective may seem like a strange concept, but it is only by raising your awareness and opening the door that you can stop pursuing perfection and start listening to your body’s signals. What Is Food Freedom? Food freedom does not mean restricting yourself, going back to eating ‘regularly’, and then if you begin to feel yourself ‘falling off the wagon’ or ‘losing control’, that the solution is to go back to the restriction. Food freedom is embracing the freedom to eat foods that make you feel good, that are enjoyable and satisfying, and are without unnecessary restriction. Food freedom means eating in a way that enhances your life, and that is helpful to your mind, and body, and emotions, and spirit, and culture. Health Over Perfection Young girls should not be growing up in a diet culture, fatphobic world. You are inherently worthy and valuable no matter what, and we deserve better than a lifetime of hating our bodies and thinking we are worthless because we don’t fit the mold. Instead of focusing on intentional weight loss, I challenge you to focus on embracing health-promoting behaviors. The pursuit of perfection isn’t getting you anywhere, and it is time to stop denying our own magic just because we don’t fit the mold diet culture has laid out for us. What conversations are you excited to have in 2021? Share your thoughts with me in the comments on the episode page. In This Episode * Defining what I mean by ‘food freedom’ and the importance of nuance when discussing it (6:31) * The role of intuitive eating and mindful eating when incorporating food freedom (10:37) * Why food freedom is not an individualist pursuit and instead is about the larger community (14:50) * Breaking down the reason why I do this work and why I feel it is so important (19:25) * The problem with intentional weight loss and the complex world of body autonomy (27:15) Quotes “The freedom to eat foods that make you feel good, foods that are enjoyable and satisfying, the freedom to eat without extremes, the freedom to eat without unnecessary restriction, the freedom to eat in a way that is enhancing to your life and not detracting from your life, the freedom to eat in a way that is helpful to your mind and your body and your emotions and your spirit and your culture, the freedom to eat foods that are important from your culture… that’s what I mean by food freedom.” (9:31) “No matter what body you are in, no matter your health status, no matter your size, no matter your ability or disability, you f*cking deserve respect, and you need to give other people respect in return.” (12:25) “Can we individually think about our food behaviors and practices and what we eat, while also holding that there is also a larger context? That is going to be really important going forward.” (15:18) “We only get one shot at this life, as we are right now, and to live with such dissatisfaction of our own magic, and our own gifts and talents and worthiness because we don’t have perfect bodies, crushed me. And at that moment I said, ‘you know what, this has to change’.” (25:52) “If I am critical on this podcast of diet culture and the influence of the patriarchy on how we live our lives, especially as women, it is not a criticism of you as an individual.” (29:53) Featured on the Show If you're ready to get free with food and fitness, check out the Tune In Membership Join the Listen To Your Body Newsletter Steph Gaudreau Website Check out the full show notes here! Follow Steph on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest I'd really love it if you would take 1 min and leave us a rating and review on iTunes!
33 min
Jeremy & Audrey Roloff
EP 86: Creative Communication, Mailbox Affirmations, and The Power of Sticky Notes
Communication is the most crucial component in marriage. It can strengthen, heal and acknowledge your commitment to grow your relationship. We live in a fast paced, convenient world that does not value the power of writing things down or communicating well. And one of the biggest things that come against healthy (+ creative) communication is social media. If not harnessed and wrangled, social media will rob you of your love story. Communication isn’t just a big conversation once a night before you go to bed. It can happen in creative ways throughout your day. Affirmations, sticky notes, letters - all of that. They are powerful! All it takes is a bunch of words strung together to build a beautiful story. There are little things you can do everyday that have weight + make such a big impact in your relationship. We hope this episode motivates you to do the small, simple, attainable things that come with big rewards. Behind the Scenes Podcast is partnered with Compassion International. When you sponsor a child, you receive a FREE copy of our latest book, Creative Love. To Sponsor A Child - or Text ROLOFF to 83393. _In this episode you’ll hear: _ * Why communication is so important + how you can creatively communicate in your relationship * Mailbox affirmations: what it is and how we do them * 10 creative ways to communicate “I love you” For all things mentioned in this episode check out the Podcast Blog Post.
33 min
Rise Together Podcast
Rise Together Podcast
Three Percent Chance
127: A Gold Star Family's Journey to Healing with Ashley Bugge
Ashley Bugge is the kind of inspirational person the world needs. After unbelievable tragedy that completely derailed her life plans, Ashley found herself six months pregnant with two children on an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. With strength and grace, she dedicated herself to creating a legacy for her late husband that would keep him connected to his children, as well as helping other Gold Star families in need. Her story will give you chills. Content Warning - while this isn't an episode about suicide, there are some frank discussions of suicidal ideations in the episode. To read Ashley's award-winning tribute to her husband, Always Coming Back Home, click here -> -- Dave's first-ever book, Get Out Of Your Own Way, is OUT NOW! This book is for everyone, and we mean EVERYONE: women who loved Girl Wash Your Face, men who did or didn't read Girl Wash Your Face, personal development skeptics, personal development devotees, anyone and everyone who has a life and knows it could maybe get a little better if they could just get out of their own dang way! LET'S GOOOOOO! -> Your Fave's Faves is available now! The latest podcast from the Three Percent Chance network features hilarious interviews with actors, musicians, athletes, influencers, gamers and more, sharing their five favorite things in any category they want! Hosted by author Rachel Hollis, Your Fave's Faves brings you stories from your favorite celebrities you WON'T hear anywhere else. Subscribe now to be the first to listen on Wednesday the 18th! -> Ever wanted to go on a run with me? Now you can - anywhere, anytime! Download the RISE App today and access a full library of content that's always growing featuring workouts with me, Dave, as well as a diverse roster of coaches to fit any workout journey. The RISE App is for everybody and every body, so get started today: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
46 min
Taste for Truth - Weight Loss Encouragement
Taste for Truth - Weight Loss Encouragement
Barb Raveling
How to Stop Overeating in the Afternoon - 7 Tips
When I ask women what time of day they most often break their boundaries, I usually get one of two answers: either mid-afternoon or evening. Since I've already done a couple of podcast episodes on how to end evening eating, today I'd like to talk about how to stop overeating in the afternoon. Let's begin by looking at why this is a tempting time of day. Who struggles with afternoon eating? While anyone can struggle with overeating in the afternoon, here are the most common groups of people: * Stay-at-home moms * Homeschool moms * Retired people * People who work from home: entrepreneurs, writers, etc. * Homemakers I think the reason these groups struggle the most is because we're actually at home in the afternoon! Chances are good that people who work outside the home would love to start eating at 3:00 in the afternoon but their jobs prevent them from eating at that time. Although if you often pop down to the vending machine at work or in your college dorm around 3:00 in the afternoon, you know the struggle to stop overeating in the afternoon. Why do we feel like breaking boundaries in the afternoon? If we want to stop overeating in the afternoon, we need to first find out why we're tempted to eat in the afternoon. This will be different for everyone, and also different on each day of the week. You may find that you eat for all of the following reasons. Let's take a look at some of the reasons we're inclined to overeat in the afternoon. * We've already used up all our willpower for the day. In my interview with Drew Dyck on how to increase self-control on the Christian Habits Podcast, Drew said that we each have a limited supply of willpower. Towards the end of the day, that willpower starts to dwindle--so what we could have said no to in the morning, we may not have the strength to say no to in the afternoon. * We're bored. Often we've been busy all morning working or spending time with the kids and by mid-afternoon we're bored. We want some excitement in our lives! * We're physically tired. We may also be plain old tired and in need of a nap! The problem is that we're often either not in a situation where we can take a nap, or we're in a situation where we can take a nap but for whatever reason we don't do it. When that happens we feel like eating because we think a snack will perk us up. * We're tired of working. Sometimes we're not physically tired, we're just tired of working. Tired of always being on task and always responsible. If we don't feel like we can justify taking a break, we'll be tempted eat in rebellion. * We're emotional. If something happened earlier in the day to upset us and we didn't take the time to process our emotions, those emotions will keep getting bigger and bigger throughout the day. Soon they'll be so big, they'll spill out and cry, "Let's get something to eat! WE NEED A TREAT!!!!" That often happens around 3:00--and sometimes earlier! * We're procrastinating. Another reason we eat in the afternoon is because we've been procrastinating some terrible job all day and one of our best coping techniques for procrastination is to eat. Until we actually do that job, we'll probably feel like breaking our boundaries and eating. * We're beating ourselves up for what we didn't get done that morning. Often when we procrastinate, we have a tendency to beat ourselves up. We say, "You got nothing done today, you lazy oaf!!" This just makes us want to open the fridge and eat everything in sight to drown out the sound of our failures. How do we stop overeating in the afternoon? Now that we've seen the reasons for afternoon eating, let's look at some solutions that will help us stop overeating. * Try not to have treats in the house. (Depleted Willpower) If we don't have treats in the house, we'll be far less likely to break our boundaries at 3:00 when our willpower is depleted. We could still drive out and get those treats, but often we're so tired we're unwilling to make the effort to drive anywhere. Another option is to ask your spouse or roommate to hide the treats from you until they get home from work. If you do that, though, don't get mad at them if they don't tell you where they are when you call to ask! The minute you do that, they won't want to hide them anymore. They could also take them to work with them if you're the type of person who searches for the treats until you find them. * Take a break and do something fun. (Boredom) This doesn't have to be a major fun event. It could be as simple as turning on some great music and dancing to one of the songs, bundling up the kids and going on a walk, calling a friend for a visit, or reading a few pages or a chapter in a non-addictive book. If you have more freedom, you could have a bath or run out and do errands (if you enjoy errands). Anything you can do to give yourself a change of pace from normal life will help you avoid eating due to boredom. Another thing that helps is to change your expectations - life is not a vacation! The more we learn to enjoy regular life and work, the happier we'll be. For more on how to overcome boredom eating, listen to this podcast episode: How to Stop Boredom Eating. * Take a nap or do some exercise. (Tired) So often we think food will perk us up, but it will only perk us up if our body needs food. If our body doesn't need food--or if we're feeding it unhealthy food--it just makes us more tired. One of my friends used to go to our local coffee kiosk to get a beanaccino (a white chocolate frappe) for a little pick me up in the afternoon. After a week or so, he discovered that every time he did that, he was energized for about 30 minutes and then had a big crash. So while the 30 minutes was nice, it wasn't worth the rest of the afternoon of being tired. Taking a nap or getting a little exercise will do wonders to give you the energy you need to get through the day. For more help to stop overeating because you're tired, click here: 8 Questions to Help with Tired Eating * Take a mandatory break. (Tired of working) People who work in an office take breaks throughout the day. They talk to co-workers, take phone calls, and even check their emails. They also have a lunch break and some of them take two other 15-minute breaks. Yet those of us at home sometimes think we need to keep working ALL day. That's crazy! Not only is it stressful, it's also unproductive because we don't get the reset that a good break gives us. To remedy that situation, take mandatory breaks--even if you feel like you can't. Those breaks may look different for the stay-at-home mom than the empty-nest entrepreneur (not quite as cushy with kids afoot), but they can still be wonderful and refreshing. If you work at home, consider having a hard cutoff time for the day's work, then celebrate being done and go do something else. If you're not trying to force yourself to work when you shouldn't be, you'll be less likely to break your boundaries because you'll no longer need to eat in rebellion! An added advantage is that it gives you the fresh start that Drew Dyck talked about in my interview with him on how to have self-control. If you take a mandatory lunch break for example and a little time with God at that point, that could do wonders toward giving yourself a fresh start and replenishing your willpower for the afternoon, which will help you stop overeating. * Renew your mind. (Negative emotions) If something has happened to upset you during the day, the sooner you renew your mind the better. Take some time to truth journal, go for a prayer walk, or do the questions from I Deserve a Donut or the Renewing of the Mind Project so you can get rid of those negative emotions. If you get rid of the emotions that make you feel like eating, it will be much easier to follow your boundaries during the afternoon. * Break dreaded jobs into a series of small tasks and start on the first task. (Procrastination) If you're tempted to eat because of procrastin…
17 min
The Chalene Show | Diet, Fitness & Life Balance
The Chalene Show | Diet, Fitness & Life Balance
Chalene Johnson
The 2021 DeClutter Project Part 6 | Step by Step How to Resell Your Clothes - 639
Welcome to the final episode in this 6-part series on decluttering! If you’ve been following along, then you definitely NEED this show. Today, we’re taking those great items you put aside from your closet cleanout and reselling them! Chalene’s guest is Leslie Tucker, an expert in the world of online reselling platforms. Leslie went from working a full time job — and reselling as a hobby — to retiring from her job and running a full time reselling business. You’ll get step-by-step tips on how to start, what to sell, what platforms to use and so much more. Seriously, you won’t believe all the information packed in this one episode! When you learn that you don’t need money to start making money, it could be the catalyst to change your life (and your family’s life)!   Join me in the Decluttering Project and get your life organized as well by using The Push Journal   Links from today’s episode:   * Subscribe to Leslie’s Podcast at  A Reseller’s Passion * Learn more about Leslie and get her ebook at  A Resellers Passion * Shoe Leslie some Love on Social Media: Instagram YouTube   All other Links Reselling Platforms: * Poshmark * Ebay * Macarie * Dpop * Grailed Luxury Reselling Platforms: * The Real Real * Tradesy * ThredUp * Check out the new supplement multi packs   I am Myself Again * Join the InstaClubHub to go deep in learning all the latest tips and strategies to Instagram growth and engagement! * Check out all the Discounts and some of Chalene’s favorite things at * Leave Chalene a message at  (619) 500-4819 * Leave Chalene a Voicemail review or question  HERE * Join our awesome PodSquad on Facebook here! * Go to and see what your passion or hidden talents are!!   Stop dieting & start living:  Join Phase it Up and start creating healthier habits, it isn’t like other diets or programs!  Get the 131 Book!!!   Here’s The System I Use Every Day to be More Organized & Crazy Productive:   Sign Up For MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a ridiculously amazing fun-filled life!   Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes!!!    Subscribe to Build Your Tribe!!!      Join our awesome PodSquad on Facebook here!   Get episode show notes here:    Connect with me on your fav social platform: * SnapChat: ChaleneOfficial    * Facebook:      * Instagram:    * Twitter: * TikTok: @chaleneOfficial   Hey! Send me a tweet & tell me what you think about the show! (Use the Hashtag) #TheChaleneShow so I know you’re a homie! XOXO Chalene
48 min
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