We have some say over what we take in from social media, the internet, TV, etc, but it starts to feel overwhelming with all of the options. While there's benefits to all of these, are you due for a digital detox? We cover signs you might be and tips to reducing your screen time.
3 brain-training apps to improve your memory, plus creating a more positive mindset after a year overwhelmed in negativity.
Attorney and graphic designer Danielle Durban answers our business law Qs. Having worked as a graphic artist for over a decade, Dani learned the importance of figuring out how to translate a client’s vision into a client’s reality. Applying this approach to the legal world, Dani makes sure to always view a client’s legal needs in relation to their business goals, striving to create harmony between the two. Learn along with us in this "have to take notes" episode.
With 2020 in the rearview, we break down how life is better or worse over the last year, from healthcare advances to reusable toilet paper. Plus 11 weird business ideas and how to properly use foil.
Jillian Tedesco is a Christian, mom, wife, certified chef, founder & CEO of fit-flavors, becoming author, yogi, and golfer. She is known by her community for openly nurturing some tough love, especially when it comes to nutrition, faith, doing the work, and owning the wait in life. In the past year, Jillian has opened up about the raw truths in her own journey and is in the process of publishing her first book in 2021 called Owning the Wait. She’s also started a Tough Love from Jillian newsletter & blog and is getting ready to launch Season 1 of her new podcast called Owning the Wait. More than anything, Jillian wants her community to understand the importance of integrating faith and the right mindset into all facets of life.
We are back with an expanded show to share our practical tips for health, food and fitness, plus learn along with you as we explore our own curious questions. We are excited to be back and look forward to hearing from our long-time Food in Session listeners and welcome new listeners (to the madness!).
Nearly half of Americans diet at any given time, so why do so many "diets" fail? These 10 reasons are where most people slip up, no matter what type of diet they choose.
We consume so much in a day it can distract us from what really needs to get done. Use the 7 unconventional habits we share in this episode to filter your life from too much media, distractions and interruptions and get more done in less time.
We consistently talk about it because it's so important to anything you want to achieve- consistency! When you feel motivated, it's easy to be consistent in exercise, making extra business calls, meal prepping, etc. But being consistent in tough times is the deciding factor in whether or not you’ll push forward. Learn 3 principles of consistency and ways to increase consistency in your life.
Over here dreaming of how great 2021 will be and what to look forward to for health trends! There are some interesting ones to talk about, plus a Q&A including how to calculate macros, trainer-led workouts, favorite book and keto cooking.
Keto Cooking from Maria Emmerich https://mariamindbodyhealth.com
As people return somewhat to normal going back to school and offices, meal prep becomes essential once again. Learn 10 tips to making amazing meals at home to save you time and money.
There are many things that contribute to heart health and heart disease. Learn how unhealthy lifestyle factors impact your heart and vessels, food and nutrients to help your cardiovascular system and how one of Mindy's favorite foods can help your heart.
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In this Q&A we cover:
-Why has there been an increase of gluten intolerance?
-What's the best diet for type 2 diabetes?
-Our must have kitchen gadgets
-Favorite summer grilling meals and explain cutting "against the grain."
Intuitive eating focuses on 10 principles by registered dietitians Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch that reject the diet mentality and focus on internal cues and desires. Learn how intuitive eating can help you and what to expect when you take this approach. Plus, the meaning of body positivity and separating self-worth from appearance.
This Q&A is a mash-up covering questions about our favorite supplements, weight loss tips, macro eating plans, the FODMAP Diet and more.
Summer heat doesn't have to stop your outdoor workouts. Listen in to learn about the best gear for summer heat, when it's time to replace your exercise shoes and tips for exercising outdoors. Plus a worth it or waste on Palmini Pasta.
Women are more susceptible to particular health issues and by being proactive and knowing your family history, prevention is possible. Learn about 5 conditions that tend to affect women more than men and tips for keeping your body and skin healthy.
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Today is all about macros (carbs, fat and protein) and making the most of them. You’ve heard us call them “chewabites” but how do you really maximize your macros & be sure to hit them? We are answering the top macro questions and sharing favorite ways to max your macros and your health.
In this Q&A:
Are smoothie bowls healthy?
Will I lose more weight by intermittent fasting than calorie counting?
What's you favorite low carb pizza?
Do you have ideas for lower body exercises to do using little or no equipment?
These questions and more!
So many words on so many food labels. What do they all really mean and do they matter? Learn about organic versus "natural", the Clean Fifteen, all of those categories of eggs, plus Emily's tip to refresh the dishwasher.
Put aside the physical benefits of exercise for a moment and focus on the benefits to your mental health. We cover the importance of exercise for mental health and common barriers to regular exercise. Listen and you might just find new motivation to get moving.
Grocery prices are on the rise and we sharing tips to keep your grocery budget under control. Plus when it's worth it to pay for convenience items and how much you might save by skipping them.
There is no one definition of "clean" eating but it is generally defined as minimally processed, whole foods. "Clean" foods are not always weight management friendly and low calorie foods are not always "clean." We discuss the various options, label reading to avoid marketing tricks and checking the ingredients.
This Q&A covers healthy snacks, whether you should use caffeine before workouts, collagen powder, cooking with oils, avoiding back pain and the age-old question: how do you pick a ripe watermelon?