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The PCOS Nutritionist Podcast
The PCOS Nutritionist Podcast
Clare Goodwin
Paediatric Nutrition and Insulin Resistance with Dr Emily Ventura, PhD: making eating well sustainable for your children and avoiding the disordered eating narrative
I’m back with my first episode of The PCOS Nutritionist Podcast for 2021! For this first episode back in the new year, I have a super juicy episode for you all.  I know a lot of you either with children already or planning to have children are concerned about how your predisposition to insulin resistance (which roughly 80% of women with PCOS have) will affect your children’s health now and going forward. It’s hard enough as it is working on your own insulin resistance but how do you even start to approach your children’s nutrition? Getting children on board with picking vegetables over cheerios cereal, sweet snack packs and ice cream is no easy task - I have so much respect for you mamas out there! It may seem overwhelming to make changes to your children's nutrition, particularly if they’re wedded to a sugary cereal and juice in the morning and think vegetables “taste yucky”. So how do you approach making eating healthy, reducing (but not demonising) sugar and cooking a fun, exciting experience that you’re kids want to get involved in? And if you’ve got insulin resistance, how do you manage the potential genetic predisposition your children may also have without demonising foods, having ‘good’ and ‘bad’ foods and creating a disordered narrative around food? Given that so many women with PCOS deal with insulin resistance, so many women also struggle with disordered eating (usually in part as a result of their PCOS symptoms) and having had women ask me about setting their children up with a healthy diet and narrative around food, I figured this episode would be the perfect episode to start the new year with! Now, I’m no paediatric nutritionist and I don’t have any children myself, so I felt that it would be remiss of me to talk to this on my own. Luckily, I found myself in conversation at the end of last year with the wonderful Dr Emily Ventura, a researcher with a Masters in Public Health and PhD in Preventive Medicine at the University of Southern California, a nutrition educator, public health advocate, writer, cook and mother of two - who also has PCOS.  I thought she was the perfect person to speak all about the issue of managing your children’s nutritional health (without the disordered eating tendencies). And we all know that getting kids to eat well is often no easy feat - especially when it’s vegetables versus cake, crisps and sugary drinks.  We talk about all things paediatric nutrition, sugar, insulin resistance and provide you with some actionable tips that you can use with your family to make healthy eating fun and sustainable for both you and your little ones. Being both a mum and a researcher in pediatric nutrition, Emily has the perfect balance of knowledge and real-life experience to discuss this subject and I’m beyond excited for you all to hear this fascinating conversation! *This episode is for you if:* * Have insulin resistance * Have children or are currently TTC * You want to know more about how sugar affects your children’s health * Your children struggle with mood swings * You’re looking for tools to nourish your children without demonising or idolising foods * You’re starting out with healthy eating and want some tips *Some things we cover in this episode:* * Emily’s journey with PCOS and background in pediatric nutrition * How sugar can affect your children’s behaviour * Making healthy eating and cooking fun for kids * How to develop good eating patterns without demonising sugar * How to expose your children to different types of foods * How to stop your children getting on the sugarcoaster * How much protein children need (by age) *Resources and References:* *
1 hr 21 min
Spiritual Shit
Spiritual Shit
Alea Lovely
Ep. 104 A Call for Equity in Conscious Spaces and Healing Accessible to All ft. The Sabina Project
The Sabina Project is a collective that integrates ancestral plant medicine wisdom into the modern journeyers’ experience to reduce harm and expand consciousness. With the belief that Sacred Earth Medicine is key in liberating all oppressed peoples, they facilitate online and in-person opportunities for learning that support radical self-transformation in the name of collective liberation. We offer journey preparation, integration, and ceremonies with legal Sacred Earth Medicine allies. What’s special about this group is that their focus on is on welcoming Bipoc into the wellness space with a deep safety that is rarely offered in healing practices. In additional to that holding space for Bipoc people the reconnect with their ancestral heritage and indigenous practices where they have been largely appropriated and commercialized. Co- founder Charlotte James has been a harm reductionist and psychedelic explorer for over 10 years, Charlotte is fascinated by communication, has a love of language, and is captivated by the power of human connection. Charlotte works to create a world in which everyone is able to live in fearless pursuit of their radical transformation. She uses her skills as a marketing strategist and content creator to build and engage a virtual community focused on pursuing equitable liberation. Co-Founder Undrea Wright known as “ Dre” has been working to heal himself with sacred medicines for over 11 years. He is a cannabis entrepreneur that was instrumental in the decriminalization and medical bill pass in Maryland. He has a focus on equity and inclusion in all healing work and communities. Dre practices in the Traditional Amazonian ways, having trained with various global indigenous masters. He focuses on ancient teachings as a means to achieve spiritual enlightenment. At the core of the teachings lies the transformation of consciousness, a spiritual awakening that he sees as the next step in human evolution. An essential aspect of this awakening consists in transcending our ego-based state of consciousness. This is a prerequisite not only for personal happiness but also for the ending of violent conflict endemic on our planet. Please welcome The Sabina Project to the show. Connect with them HERE and HERE To work with me go HERE and HERE #plantmedicine #healing #bipoc #holdingspace #mlk #culture  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alealovely/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alealovely/support
1 hr 9 min
Almost 30
Almost 30
Lindsey Simcik
Ep. 394 - How I Reconnected with My Intuition with Krista Williams
THE SOLO Feeling a strong connection to your gut and intuition is such a validating and comforting feeling—there’s nothing else like it in the world. Being connected to your intuition allows you to confidently know you’re on the right path. When you have this feeling like there’s something guiding you along in life and there for you. But this last year has been rough on so many of us. If you’re feeling out of touch with yourself and your intuition, know that you’re not alone! Krista went through a period where she completely disconnected from herself, her voice, and who she is at a soul level. She shares how she found her way back to her intuition, and the steps she took to reconnect. We also talk about: When Krista first came in touch with her intuition Recognizing when you are disconnected from your intuition Confusing the ego for the intuition Going on a media detox Getting into nature Taking salt baths Listening to the whispers Speaking your truth Find more to love at http://almost30.com/ (almost30.com)! Resources: The Almost 30 Membership is OPEN! Visit http://almost30.com/membership (almost30.com/membership) to find out more. Visit https://www.thephilosophie.com/ (thephilosophie.com) to shop for our https://www.thephilosophie.com/collections/all-products/products/cosmic-elixir (Cosmic Elixir) Sponsors: Daily Harvest | Use code ALMOST30 to get $25 off your first box athttp://www.daily-harvest.com/ ( www.daily-harvest.com) GoMacro Bars | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off at https://www.gomacro.com/ (gomacro.com) BetterHelp | Visit http://betterhelp.com/almost30 (betterhelp.com/almost30) for 15% off your first month. As a BetterHelp affiliate, we may receive compensation from BetterHelp if you purchase products or services through the links provided. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Kin Euphorics Receive 15% off PLUS Free Shipping on your order. Go to http://kineuphorics.com/ALMOST30 (KINEUPHORICS.com/ALMOST30) or use code ALMOST30 at checkout  Almost 30 is edited by http://crate.media (Crate Media)
1 hr 3 min
Women of Impact
Women of Impact
Lisa Bilyeu
Blogilates Cassey Ho on Why Body-Shaming Yourself is Never the Answer | Women of Impact
Check out our Sponsors Best Fiends: Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Believe it or not, the person you talk with most in your life is actually yourself. Are you treating yourself with kindness, grace, acceptance and love? Or are you harsh, unkind, brutal, and unforgiving towards the person you see in the mirror? It’s time for you to away from the scale and step towards a path of self-love and acceptance. On this episode of Women of Impact, Lisa Bilyeu is joined by award-winning fitness instructor, entrepreneur, and creator of ‘Blogilates’ Cassey Ho to discuss such matters and more as they explore why it’s critical you silence your inner negative-voice and begin to treat yourself with love, acceptance, and grace everyday, no matter your weight or size. They discuss the importance of being your true self, why you should love yourself unconditionally, how to end your negative thoughts, the four stages of your relationship with the scale, how to approach health, how to stop hating yourself and start loving yourself instead, the rules you need to set for yourself, why grace is important in growth, and the key steps you can take to get started today.   SHOW NOTES:   Intro | Lisa opens today’s episode and welcomes today’s guest, Cassey Ho. [0:47] Transformation | Cassey shares her realization that she wasn’t being truly herself. [3:02] Be Kinder | Cassey reveals why you need to be kinder to yourself. [6:05] Change | Cassey shares how you can start to break your negative thoughts. [6:41] Be You | Cassey shares why you should never let others dictate your decisions. [9:09] The Scale | Cassey shares the four relationships you have with the scale. [11:21] Health | Cassey reveals why you can’t go overboard and disregard your health. [16:01] Stopping | Cassey shares the time when she had to stop a workout YouTube video. [18:12] Love Yourself | Cassey shares how to love your body while still pushing yourself. [20:26] Journey | Cassey shares her journey to being physically and mentally healthy. [24:10] Rules | Cassey shares why you should create a flexible structure for yourself. [25:35] Adapt | Cassey shares why it’s okay to have setbacks on your journey forward. [27:18] Slipping Back | Cassey shares how to avoid fluctuating and reverting back. [28:25] Confidence | Cassey shares how accomplishing your goals builds confidence. [30:46] Comparing | Cassey shares why you shouldn’t negatively compare yourself to others. [32:31] Grace | Cassey reveals why you should give yourself grace to slip from time to time. [36:25] Get Started | Cassey reveals what you need to get started on your fitness journey. [40:28] Connect | Cassey shares how you can continue to follow and workout with her. [41:58]   QUOTES:   “You know, there’s a camp of people who believe that if you want to change, it means you don’t love yourself… No, you can do both because in loving yourself, you want to improve yourself…” [10:26]   “So, I highly suggest that anyone going through an abusive scale relationship, they need to take the scale out of their life until, at some point, they can see the scale again simply as a tool, not as something that can tell you if you’re going to have a good day or a bad day…” [14:28]   “When you go on any type of journey, you have to write out your rules so that you stay in line and I think it’s really important to be very strict and ridged with yourself so that you know exactly where you’re going and how you’re going to get there…” [25:38]   FOLLOW LISA BILYEU:   Instagram: https://bit.ly/2TIsoKh YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IAbTcH Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2IEajGW   FOLLOW CASSEY:   Website: blogilates.com YouTube: youtube.com/user/blogilates Instagram: instagram.com/blogilates Facebook: facebook.com/blogilates/ Twitter: twitter.com/blogilates LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/cassey-ho-23350792/
44 min
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