Mid-life Weight Loss Success is soooo possible! If you’re in midlife not loving your weight, energy, or your life it’s never too late. My guest today is proof. She shares her own midlife weight loss success and how it spiraled into a new career path. Beate Probst is the founder & CEO of Be-At-Ease Solutions and she helps women reverse their body’s aging process with the help of real nutrition, exercise, support, motivation, and accountability. She lives by her motto "Train in any mood, Lift at any age & Live to tell what happens" Beate walked her talk. She lost 50 lbs. and kept it off for over a decade which she says has helped her develop tools to overcome stubborn weight gain especially during hormonal changes, that she is now passing on to her clients who are each crushing their weight loss journey. In addition to being a Holistic Weigh Loss Expert and personal Online Trainer, she's a mindset mentor and empowers woman to embark on a journey of self-awareness and self-love also recognizing that their weight loss is a side effect of an already beautiful woman. Beate shared this with me: This happened to me when I was 50 years old. I was a personal training client, discovering my own potential of maintaining my weigh loss success and learning new strategies to overcome hormonal stubborn weight gain. And that is where I realized so few woman have the confidence or the drive to do the same. So it was then I started to change my career to be a health, fitness, and nutrition expert after seeing so many woman around me feeling helpless and intimidated to start exercising and looking for answers, support, and validation that they are still able to increase their quality of life even though going through all the changes that their body is making. Questions we answer in this episode: You’ve got a weight loss success story, spawned perhaps by a stinging remark by an ex-husband. That seems like a juicy way to get started.Tell us about it. What were your personal obstacles to optimal health and weight loss success? In spite of that significant weight loss success you rode a hormone roller coaster that knocked you off track, tell us about that. How do you think your recent personal journey influenced your ability to support other women? Are you specifically focused on weight loss for midlife women? What’s your advice for weight loss success to women just starting? - it's a master class I did to explain the rules(they've changed!) for fat loss after 50 and share details about my Fit-U program. You'll know if it's a fit. And you'll know if it's not.
5 Simple Steps that Balance Your Hormones You'll Love!
5 Simple Steps that Balance Your Hormones You’re going to want to grab their new book. I’ll just say it straight up! Dr. Brooke Kalanick joins me to talk about her new book, steps that balance your hormones, and a title that is just badass! About Dr. Brooke: A licensed Naturopathic (ND) and Functional Medicine doctor, Dr. Brooke attended Seattle, Washington’s Bastyr University, where she earned a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Masters in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Dr. Brooke’s postdoctoral training in women’s health and functional endocrinology as well as her personal battle with PCOS led her to specialize in female hormone issues including menopause, hypothyroidism (including Hashimoto’s), autoimmunity and endometriosis and of course, PCOS. She helps women reset their hormones, their heads, and their habits, so they can finally feel at home in their bodies. She is also the co-host of the Sarah & Dr Brooke Show and co-author of Hangry: Balance Your Hormones and Rediscover Your Joy In Five Simple Steps (St Martin’s Press, June 2019). This book is a must! Dr Brooke & Sarah speak the Flipping 50 language! As any listeners know who've done the 28 Day Kickstart, The After 50 Fitness Formula for Women or Fit-U... it's all about managing the ONE hormone you'll hear us talk about in this episode. Hangry: (adj) that state of hungry (or so you think) and angry that every woman knows and a woman in PMS, pregnancy, or menopause is an expert in. Questions we cover in this episode: What’s the first step to take when you feel overwhelmed with all the health, diet and fitness information out there? What do you suggest our listeners do to filter the plethora of advice out there and determine whether it will work for them or not? Why do women specifically need to take a full body or complete hormonal system approach to their wellness, even more so than men? Why did do you put estrogen and progesterone imbalances at the bottom of the priority list for women since those are obviously key female hormones? What sneaky hormonal disruptor are many women unfamiliar with yet may be struggling with unknowingly? (histamine intolerance) Since you and I both place such an importance on managing stress and cortisol for better overall, what advice can you share about making that easier? And don’t miss R.A.M.P. Get the book: >click listen in iTunes> click ratings and reviews> leave a Star rating and a comment! I'd love to have a raving review but really I read them and if there's something about the show you'd rather I change or something you'd like to hear! I'm listening! Thank you!
Core Challenge for Strong, Safe, and Centered Fitness
Is your core challenging? It's time for a core challenge! The what, why and how of core exercise after 50 (or at any age) is the topic of this short episode. This really isn't an episode as much as it's an INVITATION. If you're on track for core exercise and you "get it" great! If you need some support, join the core challenge by sending me your best email and I'll give you the access to the free At-Home Core exercise chart. You'll have over 35 exercises you can do - all but one at home - and possibly that one too depending on what you have to use. to join this core challenge specifically! Can't wait to see you there!
Essential Oils for Weight Loss: Is It Too Good to Be True?
Essential Oils for Weight Loss: Is It Too Good to Be True? The essential oils for weight loss? Sounds too good to be true, right? To all my essential oil lovers listening, this is for you! To those not yet indoctrinated into essential oils for weight loss, overall health, avoiding toxins and the list goes on, this is for you too! And I’ve got a fantastic guest for delivering this message. The author of the National Bestseller,
Why your food struggles can be a blessing in disguise
Why your food struggles can be a blessing in disguise Food struggles are a reality for most people at some point in their lives. Women traditionally have spent more time in the kitchen, planning if not preparing food. And their givers. Often pleasers squelching the way they really feel to be “acceptable.” Can you relate? Have you had food struggles? Too little, too much, emotional eating, dieting, restricting… the list goes on. My Guest Expert My guest and weight loss expert Tricia Nelson lost fifty pounds by identifying and healing the underlying causes of her emotional eating. For some it’s an ongoing part of every day. Thoughts about food, what you’re going to eat, what you’re not going to eat fill much of the day. Tricia has spent nearly thirty years researching the hidden causes of the addictive personality. Tricia is an Emotional Eating Expert and author of the #1 bestselling book, Heal Your Hunger, 7 Simple Steps to End Emotional Eating Now . She is also the host of the popular podcast, The Heal Your Hunger Show . A highly regarded speaker and coach, Tricia has been featured on NBC, CBS, KTLA, FOX and Discovery Health. Questions we cover about emotional eating in this episode: What is your journey with emotional eating and how did it lead you to start Heal Your Hunger? How does someone know if they are an emotional eater or a food addict? Why do you think it is that 98% of all diets fail? What causes emotional eating and binge eating behavior? Is there more to emotional eating than eating too much and eating for emotional reasons? What is “the Anatomy of the Emotional Eater”? Do you have any tips to differentiate between emotional and physical hunger? How does overcoming dysfunctional eating and food struggles lend itself to becoming a coach? How does it heal the coach too? Trying to solve an emotional problem with food and calorie control is like trying to turn a screw with a hammer. How can listeners find out if they’ve got the qualities of an Emotional Eating coach? 3 E Checklist You too have the divine physician.