How to Read a Skincare Label and Find the Hidden Toxins
How to Read a Skincare Label and Find the Hidden Toxins How would you like to be at Whole Foods, read a skincare label and know if it’s worth your health or worth your money in about 10 seconds? How's that related to hormone balancing fitness? The question is, how's it not? Everything you put on and in you effects your endocrine system positively or negatively. Endocrine & Exercise It’s more than exercise.. which is what the Click listen in iTunes Click ratings and reviews Leave your 5 star rating (seriously I’d love it, but your authentic comments are what I need to grow and give you more of what you want and less of what you can leave!) Know how much I appreciate you doing this! If this episode on how to read a skincare label was helpful, share it!
What Can Chinese Medicine Do For Your Menopause and How
What can Chinese Medicine do for menopause symptoms? New to Chinese medicine? But done with hot flashes, night sweats, and insomnia? Then you're in for a treat and you can join me while I get schooled on the benefits of Chinese medicine for menopause. My Guest: Brodie Welch, L.Ac., M.S.O.M. is a transformational coach, Licensed Acupuncturist, board-certified herbalist, and holistic health educator at the confluence of the health and personal evolution. She’s the creator and host of A Healthy Curiosity: the podcast that explores what it takes to be well in a busy world. A lifelong student of consciousness, Brodie has been practicing meditation, yoga, and qi gong for over twenty years and holds teaching certifications in each of these disciplines. Brodie synthesizes ancient biohacking techniques from Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, and yoga with the latest health research to help self-aware, high-achieving women break the cycle of stress, overwhelm, and self-sabotage so they can enjoy the lives they’re working so hard to create, and live into their potential. Questions We Cover in this episode: From your background in Chinese Medicine -- how can Chinese Medicine help us flip 50? You and I were on the set of the Dr. Nandi show together for an episode on simple exercise at any age. Share with our listeners what you were there to talk about. You work with a lot of women going through menopause: hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, anxiety: what's happening here from a Chinese Medicine perspective? There are lots of different ways that we can show up at age 50 or 60 or 90. From your perspective after seeing patients for over 15 years --what do you think makes the difference? None of this is really news: but you've delved deeply into why people don't do the things we know we need to do to take care of ourselves. Why is it so hard? You talk about self-care as a feminist issue, and "embodying self-respect." What do you mean by that, and how can we actually embody self-respect as women? Connect: Click listen in iTunes Click ratings and reviews Leave your 5 star rating (seriously I’d love it, but your authentic comments are what I need to grow and give you more of what you want and less of what you can leave!) Know how much I appreciate you doing this!
How to Encourage Healthy Habits Without Nagging
Encourage Healthy Habits Without Nagging If you encourage healthy habits in those around you, change is easier for you. You’re now entering the no nag zone. My guest on this episode addresses the way to reduce your own resistance to change by getting others in your environment on board too. What if without criticism or nagging you could relay the message that would move someone literally? Fiachra “Figs” O’Sullivan, is the Founder and Chief Empathy Officer at Empathi, which provides step-by-step guidance for couples and individuals who care about their relationships. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, who is certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples and individuals. I dedicated this entire episode to our Flipping 50 community members' most popular response when I asked what they’d like to know if they had the chance to talk with a relationship therapist. If you can effectively reduce your external resistance to change (we all resist) by effectively learning to encourage healthy habits in others in your immediate environment, you will be more successful. The relationship will be more successful. The one question we unpack in today’s episode: How do you encourage healthy habits without nagging? “I’m not a fan of feedback being very valuable in a relationship.” –Figs O’Sullivan “The number 1 key to happiness: Quality of relationship with significant other.” Connect with Figs: Click listen in iTunes Click ratings and reviews Leave your 5 star rating (seriously I’d love it, but your authentic comments are what I need to grow and give you more of what you want and less of what you can leave!) Know how much I appreciate you doing this!
Start Running at 45 and Do 5 Marathons in a Year?
Want to Start Running (or Start Anything?) My guest Tracy today started running at 45. She is hooked. She has done 5 marathons in a year. Where can you catch that? She didn’t start running until around age 45. She have watched her parents be very active in triathlon for the last 30 years. Both doing Kona multiple times and her dad earning 1st place at age 66 in Kona. She always admired their activity but just didn’t catch the “bug” myself until my 40s. As a nurse, she started paying attention to the health of those that stayed active versus those that lived a sedentary life. Her Racing Career Her love for running came at age 45 running approximately 5 half marathons a year. At age 48, I did my first sprint triathlon with her mom (who just did Machu Picchu at age 70). She did 5 more sprints over the next year and decided that at 50 she would run my first full marathon as well as train for her first half Ironman. She learned from watching her parents that age truly is just a number and not an excuse not to be active. Trying to navigate through menopause, she can’t image not having swim, bike, run as my “therapy”. I definitely feel it has saved me at times during the highs and lows of hormonal changes. Questions we covered during the episode: You didn’t just start running! Five marathons a year, girlfriend? Who does that? Do you train alone, in a group, with friend? Say more about your hormone changes. What have you experienced? How has your nutrition changed or has it? What kind of pre and post or during for long runs nutrition works for you? How about your other family members? Husband, kids, friends? Are they also active? What’s coming up for you this year? What do you project if you can see yourself at 70? 15 years goes so fast what will you be doing? What’s your favorite now? Running or the cross training multisport approach in triathlon? Please leave a rating in iTunes! It really helps! Visit Click listen in iTunes Click ratings and reviews Leave your 5 star rating (seriously I’d love it, but your authentic comments are what I need to grow and give you more of what you want and less of what you can leave!) Know how much I appreciate you doing this! Are you inspired? Are you too an inspiration? I'd love to hear from you!
How to End Dieting Hell Once and For All
What If You Could End Dieting Hell? This episode is all about getting off that diet you’re on or thinking about trying next. Yeah, I know you’re out there. But first I need to let you know this episode is sponsored by STRONGER I, the 8-week early fall strength training program created for women in perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause launching right now. The doors are not only open…but if you’re listening to this before July 25 you can get in at 50% off during the Can You End Dieting Hell Once and For All? Michelle Melendez is the creator of the Live in a Body You Love 90-program and Hawaii Retreat and author “End Dieting Hell: How to find peace with your body and lose weight.” She has lead thousands of live and online fitness classes and has helped women around the world understand and release their emotional addiction to being overweight. First, that’s a strong statement… “emotional addiction to being overweight.” Say more about that. Other questions we answered in this episode: Did you struggle with weight? How do you end dieting hell? What is the biggest challenge your clients have? What's the best way for someone to start? How do people work with you? Get the Book: