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Aug 22, 2018

Dr. Barry Sears is considered the founder of what we refer to as anti-inflammatory nutrition, a diet that is meant to control hormonal and inflammatory responses through specific food and recipes. As a result of his dietary research, he coined the term “Zone Diet,” where the Zone is the state of the body where both inflammatory and anti-inflammatory responses are balanced. He has authored more than forty scientific publications and holds fourteen U.S. Patents in the areas of hormonal regulation and intravenous drug delivery systems.

In this episode, Dr. Barry Sears introduces to us the concept of the Zone Diet and what makes it different from other programs. He explains the science behind the Zone Diet, what inflammation and resolution is and why it’s critical to control both. He also shares why he thinks conventional medicine is not sustainable and why we’re looking at medicine from an obscure viewpoint.

 

“The way we practice medicine today is totally unsustainable. No question about it.” Dr. Barry Sears

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What led him to author the Zone Diet?
  • What exactly is inflammation?
  • How does low-level inflammation lead to disease?
  • What is idiopathic medicine?
  • Parts of the body most prone to inflammation.
  • What is the Zone Diet all about?
  • Common anti-inflammatory drugs.
  • What he would say to those who depend too much on drugs.
  • The type of fat you should be eating.
  • Why we still need to restrict calories regardless of any diet.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Our body needs inflammation; the problem lies in not being able to turn it off when needed.
  • More people in America die each year from taking anti-inflammatory drugs than dying from AIDS.
  • The more we treat food like a drug, the less drugs we need to treat the residual symptoms.

 

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Aug 16, 2018

Emily Allen is a nutrition coach and owner of Health by Emily, a business that serves to help others lose weight in the healthiest way possible. Like some of her clients, Emily also had body image and health struggles - specifically, she was clinically obese. When she had health issues that doctors said correlate to her weight, she knew something had to change. She did her research, watched documentaries, and studied the science of food and how the body responds to it. Through her determination, she was able to quickly lose over sixty pounds of weight and has since been her own health advocate.

Today, Emily shares her struggles with body image, weight gain, and stress. She describes what her life was like before she walked the path to fitness and the events in her life that made her go in that direction. She explains the type of fitness she advocates and why you don’t have to avoid processed food to have a fit lifestyle. She also shares her opinion with regards to stress and fertility as well as how she manages her Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

 

“You can't just go gung-ho and clear out the pantry and replace them with foods no one in the family even likes.” - Emily Allen

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What made her realize she needed to become fit?
  • How to revolutionize the healthcare industry.
  • Her definition of "processed" food?
  • Her opinion on stress and how it relates to fertility.
  • Her bout with PCOS and how she manages it.  

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Existing doctors need to be educated on new information about health.
  • When you make fitness changes, you have to make them doable.


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Aug 15, 2018

Heidi Schauster is a nutrition therapist with over 20 years of experience specializing in eating disorders and emotional eating problems. She is also the author of Nourish, a book that aims to guide readers in transforming their eating habits into something positive and self-loving. In addition to nutrition counseling, she provides consultations and lectures in schools and professional groups on the topic of disordered eating.

 

Heidi joins me today to discuss the concept of disordered eating and how it continues to physically and emotionally damage teens and adults alike. She explains the causes of eating disorders as well as why not everyone who has an issue with food has an eating disorder. She also describes how a person can shift from a negative outlook on food to a positive one, and why punishing yourself because of bad eating habits will only make things worse.

 

 

“There's a danger in trying to eat perfectly.” - Heidi Schauster

 

 

In This Episode, You’ll Learn:

 

  • When Heidi became interested in fitness and being healthy.
  • Her thoughts on those who just want to lose weight.
  • How she defines disordered eating.
  • Her advice when it comes to people who are ashamed of their own body.
  • Why you shouldn't see comfort food and nourishing food as two different things.
  • What can act as hurdles in overcoming a bad habit?
  • The first step in becoming a healthier version of yourself.
  • The importance of having variety in our diet.


Key Takeaways:

 

  1. Sometimes even health coaches contribute to the damage.
  2. Weight loss doesn't have to be the focus of movement, but it's definitely connected.
  3. We don't always have a diagnosable eating disorder that fits all the criteria.
  4. The more you understand yourself, the easier it is for you to become healthy.
  5. We want comfort, but we also want nourishment and they aren't really separated.

 

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Aug 14, 2018

Chris Freytag is the founder of Get Healthy U, a business that caters to the fitness struggles of middle-aged women and older. She has over twenty years of experience in the fitness industry and has helped hundreds of women get their health back together past their prime. She is a certified personal trainer, health coach, and group fitness instructor as well as author of seven books and dozens of fitness DVDs. Her goal is to help women understand that fitness is accessible beyond forty.

In this episode, Chris shares her experience working with women who think they’re too old to be fit. She explains why programs that promote “quick and easy” ways are not ideal and why being patient with results matters when you’re over forty. She also describes what her fitness programs are like and what makes them unique compared to what the fitness industry is promoting today.

 

"Trust the process, go for the small wins, and allow yourself to make mistakes.” Chris Freytag

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • When she first became interested in fitness.
  • The age where you can tell who's working out and who’s not.
  • Why self-care is important if you want to take care of others.
  • Why she says motion is lotion.
  • How to set your goals realistically when you're over 40 or 50.
  • The questions you should ask yourself to start being fit.
  • The effects of being stressed out and why it gets worse as you age.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • 80% of fitness is what you put into your body.
  • The health journey as we get older is about habits.
  • Fitness is not so much about weight loss, but feeling good.
  • Don't expect immediate results when you're over 40.

 

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Aug 13, 2018

In part 2 of our series, Jenny Mire explained the definition of emotional eating and its ramifications for our overall health. She provided scenarios where emotional eating is considered manageable and situations where it becomes an eating disorder. She also explains why it mostly affects women and offered tips to stop emotional eating even before it starts.

In this episode, Jenny focuses on the topic of self-sabotage. She defines self-sabotage and how it can negatively affect not just our physical health, but also our mental well-being. She shares her story, her struggles, and the many solutions she found that helped her overcome them. She also explains the importance of knowing what your struggles are to keep yourself from self-sabotaging.

 

"Self-sabotage is never, ever worth it.” Jenny Mire

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What self-sabotage is and why you don't realize you're doing it.
  • How does self-sabotage happen?
  • How to you work through self-sabotage and overcome it.
  • Finding your triggers and why you have to let people know about them.
  • What you can tell yourself to prevent self-sabotage.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Even if you can only workout 20 minutes, you're still doing something. It still counts and it’s much better than doing nothing at all.
  • Missing one workout is not the same as missing five workouts.
  • You have to take care of yourself first before you go stress your body out more by exercising.

 

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Aug 12, 2018

In our last episode, Jenny Mire shared her insight on the mental health aspect of fitness and how it’s an everyday occurrence for most women. She shared the reasons why women tend to have anxiety around food, the effects of stress and anxiety on our metabolism, as well as provided some tips on how to improve your mental health.

Today, Jenny explains what emotional eating is and how it can adversely affect our overall health. She shares how emotional eating starts and why women are its usual victims. To combat this health issue, Jenny also offers advice on what we should do to help stop emotional eating even before it starts.

 

"When you're eating because you're physically hungry you know how much you've eaten, you know when you're full, and you know when to stop.” Jenny Mire

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What exactly is emotional eating and why is it detrimental to our health
  • Why emotional eating is more common in women.
  • The signs of emotional eating
  • Is having eating issues a common denominator for a lot of women?
  • What happens when you recognize your food triggers?
  • The importance of having friends as a support system.
  • What she recommends to start addressing emotional eating.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Food as a reward is alright occasionally. When it's a regular occurrence or when you hide it, it becomes a problem.
  • Sometimes you totally will fail and it's okay. Don’t be too hard on yourself. So long as you get back on your track, you’ll be fine.
  • Once you identify your triggers, you turn the table on them.

 

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Want to ask Jenny something about today’s show? Feel free to email your questions at podcast@fitfluential.com with the subject line “Questions for Jenny Mire” and we’ll be sure to reach out and answer back!

 

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Aug 11, 2018

Jenny Mire is a certified personal trainer who offers online and in-person training services. She offers more than the usual how-to’s on exercising and diet as she also recognizes the importance of mental health, and identifying your own personal struggles on food addiction and emotional eating. Her expertise on mental health and wellness comes from her own experience knowing what it’s like to feel physically weak, unhealthy, and the anxiety and stress in between.

In this episode, Jenny shares her wisdom on mental health and its importance for overall fitness. She notes the struggles many women have when it comes to having a healthy relationship with food and explains what it’s like to fear food.

 

"If you learn how to do it the right way - and find something you love - you can change your life.” Jenny Mire

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • When she started getting into fitness
  • The people who inspired her to strength train.
  • What made her want to help women understand mental health?
  • What is mental health in the context of fitness?
  • What it means to have anxiety around food.
  • The effects of stress and anxiety on your metabolism
  • Quick tips on how to improve your mental health.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • You don’t have to start young when getting into fitness.
  • Fitness and health shouldn't be a punishment
  • Fitness can change your life in every aspect.

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

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Aug 10, 2018

Nicole D’Alonzo is a tech entrepreneur and the Founder of an audio-first yoga app called 19 Minute Yoga for iOS. Her app’s goal is to make yoga more accessible and provide easy to understand, voice guided instructions and classes that don’t require a local Wi-Fi connection. Aside from being an entrepreneur, Nicole is an experienced speaker and is a well-known a social media strategist for Fortune 500 brands.

In this episode, Nicole shares the wonders of her new yoga app. She talks about the moments in her life that led her to develop the app as well as what makes the app not just unique, but also better than most on the market. She also gives us reasons why yoga is something everyone should do and why it becomes a necessity the busier your life gets.

 

"When someone says they're not flexible enough to do yoga, it's like saying they're too dirty to take a shower.” Nicole D'Alonzo

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What got her started on her fitness and wellness journey?
  • The transformative effect of Yoga.
  • What her new app is all about.
  • What yoga can do for your body and performance.
  • How you can apply yoga principles to other areas of your life.
  • What drove her to create a Yoga app and how it’s different from other apps.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • When it comes to yoga, we can't think of it as this all or nothing thing because the body needs yoga in some form.
  • You don't have to practice for two hours, you can practice a few minutes several times a week and get the health and performance benefits you need.

 

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Aug 9, 2018

Jay Papasan is the renowned author of the book The One Thing, a compilation of lessons, ideas, and personal stories that helps leaders and future entrepreneurs create strategies and make long-term, innovative decisions. Before this book, Jay as co-authored other works such as the bestselling Millionaire Real Estate series with Gary Keller and Body-For-Life by Bill Phillips. Promoting the beauty of simplicity, his book was created to teach everyone how to make huge changes in their lives and in every area one domino at a time.

In this episode, Jay shares his motivation for co-authoring The One Thing, what sets it apart from other mindset and goal setting books, and some of the takeaways the book imparts its readers. He also shares with us some of his real-life experiences and why he insists on accepting failure as part of being successful.

 

"Anything that's gonna be ultimately successful in the long haul has to be simple.” Jay Papasan

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What moved him to write The One Thing and why it's not just an "ego book."
  • What is the biggest time waster when it comes to personal goals?
  • His thoughts on today's new entrepreneurs.
  • Why he says perfection is overrated.
  • The importance of being honest with yourself and accepting your failures.
  • The real consequence of being good at one thing.
  • His simple example in overcoming a health plateau.
  • His thoughts on the fear of failure.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Our impatience prevents us from setting bigger picture goals and doing the long-term behavior and lifestyle changes.
  • Success in business and health are not mutually exclusive.
  • The times you have the most success in your career are the times you are most focused.

 

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Aug 8, 2018

Ivor Cummins and Dr. Jeffry Gerber are the authors of Eat Rich, Live Long, a book centered around how you can achieve optimal health and weight loss through low-carb and keto diets. Ivor is the owner of The Fat Emperor, a blog that details his thoughts and research about what makes a typical diet healthy and occasionally debunks myths about nutrition. Dr. Jeffry Gerber is a board-certified family physician and the owner of South Suburban Family Medicine, a clinic in Littleton, Colorado. He has been providing personalized healthcare since 1993 and is an advocate of adopting low-carb, high fat, Paleo, and Ancestral diets to treat or prevent common illnesses such as obesity, heart disease, and diabetes.

 

Ivor and Jeffry join us to share their wisdom regarding the many therapeutic benefits of low-carb and keto diets. They discuss what drove them to promote a low-carb lifestyle and what inspired them to co-author a book. They explain the different ways society and traditional medicine demonized fats in favor of industrially processed carbs, why insulin is one of the best health markers, and why healthy vegetable oils and healthy breads are anything but healthy. They also describe what happens to our body when we’re in ketosis and how we benefit from it.

 

“Being in ketosis is putting your body in a positive state biochemically.” - Ivor Cummins

 

In This Episode, You’ll Learn:

 

  • What inspired them to author their new book.
  • Why they promote a low-carb keto diet.
  • How they define low-carb and how it affects the metabolism.
  • Which carbs are considered unhealthy whole grains?
  • How carbs are metabolized in the body.
  • Why insulin is a good determinant of overall health.
  • Why whole wheat products aren't as healthy as they claim to be.
  • The effects of fasting on the body and how a low-carb diet can help.
  • What is the ketogenic approach to eating and what makes it different from other diets?
  • Their thoughts on "calories in, calories out."
  • Why we shouldn't heat polyunsaturated fats.
  • Is canola oil really good for you?

 

Key Takeaways:

 

  1. There's no reason for anyone to consume processed vegetable oils.
  2. When you go on a hard keto, it's like you're giving yourself a metabolic workout.
  3. Most bad things for your health will drive up insulin and insulin resistance.
  4. If you deprive yourself of sleep, insulin resistance rises dramatically.

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

 

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Aug 7, 2018

PCOS 101 with Amy Medling, the PCOS Diva. Embrace YOUR Inner Diva and Put Your Health First

Amy Medling is a Health Coach and the founder of PCOS Diva, a company that serves as the go-to resource for everything women need to know when it comes to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Having PCOS herself, Amy knew what it was like to be a confused woman in her early teens with doctors not telling her what she needs to know regarding her condition. She has since taken it upon herself to be her own health guru and has since made sure other women won’t have to go through what she has experienced.

In this episode, Amy shares her story of what it was like to have PCOS and not have a clue on what it can do to your body. She discusses the steps she took to learn about the disease as well as the resources she used. She also shares tips on how to help cope, and possibly improve, the symptoms as well as the lifestyle of those with PCOS.

 

"I had to take care of myself in order to be the best for my family.” Amy Medling

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What is PCOS and why should women be worried?
  • Why she named her company PCOS Diva.
  • The little things you can do that are acts of self-care.
  • Why the birth control pill is not a good treatment for PCOS and alternative treatment options.
  • The lifestyle changes that PCOS patients can make to alleviate symptoms.
  • The exercise you should and should not do if you have PCOS.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • 30% of women diagnosed with PCOS or have its symptoms don't have cysts in their ovaries.
  • It's our job as individuals to be proactive for our own health.
  • Putting yourself first, especially when it comes to your health, is never selfish.

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

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This episode was sponsored by…

 

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Aug 3, 2018

Dai Manuel - before he became a personal trainer, keynote speaker, author, and a general fitness inspiration - was an obese teenager. He started fat-building when he was 9 years old and packed on pound after pound until he was 14 and weighed an astonishing 200 lbs. with a 38-inch waistline, metrics that shouldn’t belong to a kid who’s barely 5 feet 6 inches.

It wasn’t until he was 14 that he decided to change the way he lived and that’s where it all began. He built a good habit and swore by it. He lost lots of weight and built muscle over the course of 20 months all while growing 8 inches taller. He has since helped people and has been doing so for 25 years with no signs of stopping.

Today we’re going to talk about his transformation story, the habits that made him who he is today, and his opinion on the child obesity epidemic.

 

“If you want to be a positive role model you've gotta be doing it too.” Dai Manuel

 

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • At the age of 14, Dai was faced with two choices: to accept his life and live with it or change it for the better. He chose the latter.
  • Dai made use of what he had to grow his knowledge when it came to health and fitness. Internet access wasn’t as popular then so he made use of the library.
  • He began his fitness journey by eating smarter and riding a fitness bike. He eventually got more active and learned taekwondo, climbed mountains for fun, and eventually got into CrossFit and stayed there.
  • When you change to a better version of yourself, people start asking you for helpful advice.
  • Education in nutrition is the answer to obesity problem in kids.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Living a healthy and fit lifestyle is always a choice.
  • Talk about feelings, don't talk about science when it comes to what kids eat. Ask about how they feel when they eat junk food vs healthy meals.
  • Have a lifestyle that will support your "treats" and cheat days.
  • People workout and go on a healthy diet so they can enjoy life more.

 

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