Fitness & Nutrition

Best of Fitness and Diet Podcasts for Women

Jojo's Life and Food Choices

A curated podcast list about fitness and diet from experts like Joe Rogan, Dr.Rhonda Patrick, The Fat Burning Man Show, etc, with a primary focus on women, and both genders, if applicable.

Episodes

Decoding Autoimmune Disease with Dr. Tom O'Bryan
01:12:33
2017-12-01 10:47:07 UTC 01:12:33
Decoding Autoimmune Disease with Dr. Tom O'Bryan

Dr. Tom O’Bryan is one of the leading experts in autoimmune disease. He uses specialized testing to see “the dashboard” of what is going on in the body and uses protocols that help reverse or reduce the effects of these diseases.

Sarah Wilson - I Quit Sugar • Living As A Nomad • A New Way To Look At Balance
01:00:45
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:00:45
Sarah Wilson - I Quit Sugar • Living As A Nomad • A New Way To Look At Balance

Sarah Wilson is an entrepreneur and New York Times best-selling author of I Quit Sugar. Her journalism career spanned 20 years, across TV, radio, magazines, newspapers, and online. She’s the former editor of Cosmopolitan magazine and host of the first series of MasterChef Australia, the highest-rating show in Australian TV history.

Sarah’s interests include minimalist living, philosophy, anti-consumerism, combatting food waste, hiking, ocean swimming, sailing, and eating.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Travelling for 4 and a half months (earlier this year) with only a small backpack that weighed 8kg
  • Living as a nomad out of 2 suitcases for 8 years
  • Was Sarah always a minimalist?
  • Food waste is the biggest contributor of CO2 emissions
  • How to preserve your herbs
  • Sarah’s health depleted to the point where she couldn’t walk or works for 9 months
  • Living in an army shed, in the forest
  • The mental impact of living a minimalistic lifestyle
  • Morning routines allow us to make less decisions
  • We’ve lost the art of fending
  • The sugar-autoimmune-anxiety connection
  • When it comes to sugar, we don’t have an off switch
  • Snacking and smaller meals more often isn’t the right call
  • Sugar, carbs, and processed foods are like putting kindling on the fire
  • Take charge of your health by learning how to cook
  • Should you avoid dairy if you have Hashimoto’s?
  • The two things that impact every cell in the human body
  • Consuming a quarter cup of fat with every meal
  • Eat your snack with your meal
  • Gelatin gummies make a great nighttime snack
  • Sarah’s morning routine at home vs when she’s travelling
  • Why Sarah chooses to use a microwave
  • Maintaining balance with work and day-to-day life
  • A new way to look at balance

Food as a Reward
00:55:06
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:55:06
Food as a Reward

This week's show centers around IDM patient Mark Dorley, who used food as a reward to gain an enormous amount of weight, and took it off by adopting the keto-fasting lifestyle.

Don't Sugar Coat Your Diet - The Power Of Sugar + Finding Every Piece Of The Health Puzzle With Holistic Health Coach Jess Suchan
01:25:17
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:25:17
Don't Sugar Coat Your Diet - The Power Of Sugar + Finding Every Piece Of The Health Puzzle With Holistic Health Coach Jess Suchan

It's that time of year again ALMOST30NATION. Booze, cookies, candy, holiday craziness in general ... the temptations ARE REAL. That's why we brought in JESSICA SUCHAN, LA Holistic Nutritionist + Health Coach, to save us (and our booty's) from falling off the wagon this holiday season. Not only is this episode going to help navigate you through the next few months, but Jess (of Body Bliss by Jess) is all about navigating you through your food journey, emotionally, physically, spiritually, scientifically, etc. AKA you're gonna need a notebook. Maybe two.

If you remember one of our OG Guests, Hormone Queen + Expert, Candace Burch, is actually the mother of Miss Jessica Suchan. Body Bliss Coaching definitely runs in their fam bam. But Jess had a long and unique story on her road to being a health coach. Because her family was health-oriented from the get-go (we're talking buying almond milk before anyone even knew that existed), it was engraved in her brain being active and eating well. It wasn't until high school when she quit sports and continued to eat the junk food she had been consuming for years, that she started going down an unhealthy path with food. In order to loose weight, she restricted herself, binging on the weekends, saving up to buy "the ab belt", and weight loss pills. When Jess got to college, everything just escalated.

Her story continues with ...

  • Jess's first job out of college as a nutrition coach for an extremely restricting weight loss company, while she was still dealing with her own demons
  • LOSING + GAINING 40 POUNDS several different times
  • being surrounded by a family that was 100% dedicated to a restricting diet
  • how RESENTMENT was a key part of her battle with food
  • the word "DIET" versus "LIFESTYLE"
  • moving to LA with a "Devil Wears Prada" boss, triggering her former habits, feeling sick and exhausted all of the time
  • how her stressful + unhealthy lifestyle in LA caused constant migraines + how a program for ending migraines saved her life
  • her 3AM OPIPHANY for becoming a HEALTH COACH + quitting her crazy media job
  • "90% of diets fail" - because it's a "quick fix"
  • how EVERYTHING - food, relationships, home life, jobs, self-care - is a piece of the puzzle to create a healthy life
  • "SUGAR COATING YOUR LIFE" - the biological addicting power of sugar
  • what happens when you DON'T eat sugar?
  • THE COMPARISON GAME - it's twisted, it's nasty, and it's not okay


Read more at http://almost30podcast.libsyn.com/dont-sugar-coat-your-diet-the-power-of-sugar-finding-every-piece-of-the-health-puzzle-with-holistic-health-coach-jess-suchan#XA2VlvYhtCU8tTlR.99

Throwing Out Your Furniture, Forest School, Gooey Bones, Why Weight Training Counts As Cardio
01:11:21
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:11:21
Throwing Out Your Furniture, Forest School, Gooey Bones, Why Weight Training Counts As Cardio

She taught us how to look like a million bucks from head to toe in the podcast episode: "Making Biomechanics Fun: How to Fix Your Body, Align Your Posture and Look Like a Million Bucks From Head To Toe." Then she told us why kegel exercises suck, and why most ab exercises are useless in the podcast: "Why You Shouldn’t Suck In Your Stomach, Why Standing All Day Is Bad For You, And How Kegels Are Killing Your Core." Today's she's back to take a deep dive into her new book "Movement Matters: Essays on Movement Science, Movement Ecology, and the Nature of Movement". And her name, if you haven't guessed yet, is Katy Bowman. Part biomechanist, part science communicator, and full-time mover, Katy has educated hundreds of thousands of people on the role movement plays in the body and in the world. Blending a scientific approach with straight talk about sensible, whole-life movement solutions, her website and award-winning podcast, Katy Says, reach hundreds of thousands of people every month, and thousands have taken her live classes. Her many books, including bestsellers like Move Your DNA, Diastasis Recti, Movement Matters, and Dynamic Aging, Simple Steps to Foot Pain Relief, Don’t Just Sit There, Whole Body Barefoot, Alignment Matters, and Every Woman’s Guide to Foot Pain Relief, have been critically acclaimed and translated worldwide. Passionate about human movement outside of exercise, Katy volunteers her time to support the larger reintegration of movement into human lives by providing movement courses across widely varying demographics and working with non-profits promoting nature education. She also directs and teaches at the Nutritious Movement Center Northwest in Washington state, travels the globe to teach Nutritious Movement courses in person, and spends as much time outside as possible with her husband and children. Movement Matters is a collection of essays in which biomechanist Katy Bowman continues her groundbreaking investigation of the mechanics of our sedentary culture and the profound potential of human movement. Here she widens her You are how you move message and invites us to consider our personal relationship with sedentarism, privilege, and nature. Bowman explores: -How convenience often means less movement, not more time -The missing movement nutrients in our food -How to include more nature in education -The impact of adding movement to permaculture and ecological models -Our need for vitamin community and group movement Unapologetically direct, often hilarious, and always compassionate, Movement Matters demonstrates that human movement is powerful and important, and that living a movement-filled life is perhaps the most joyful and efficient way to transform your body, community, and world.

Address Invisible Patterns, Find Joy in Solving Problems & Other Lessons with the Founder of TOMS Shoes
01:07:26
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:07:26
Address Invisible Patterns, Find Joy in Solving Problems & Other Lessons with the Founder of TOMS Shoes

Blake Mycoskie, Founder and Chief Shoe Giver of TOMS, and the brains behind One for One®, a unique business model that helps a person in need with every purchase, had a simple idea that grew into a worldwide phenomenon. From shoes, to eyewear, to coffee, to bags – TOMS’ family of products is making a difference all over the globe. Today, live from TOMS’ headquarters in LA, Blake joins Dave to discuss social entrepreneurship and the business of giving, the lessons he’s learned over the years, how he developed his company’s mission, and how he handles his critics. Blake, author of the New York Times #1 bestseller, “Start Something That Matters,” also gets personal with Dave, talking about the invisible patterns that shape our behaviors, meditation, finding joy in life’s challenges, and the simple act of gratitude.

The Sakara Life Founders Share The Secret To Looking Good, Feeling Great & Building A Mission-Driven Company
01:08:38
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:08:38
The Sakara Life Founders Share The Secret To Looking Good, Feeling Great & Building A Mission-Driven Company


Sakara Life
 co-founders (and mbg class instructors!) Whitney Tingle and Danielle DuBoise weren't always the glowing, vibrant, successful women most people are familiar with today. The friends, who met in Sedona, Arizona, as kids, suffered from various ailments in their 20s: Danielle from an addiction to dieting that left her fed up and feeling terrible, and Whitney from acne and the side effects of the various Western ways she relied on to treat it (Accutane included!).

They started designing a diet for each other to feel better, and that diet eventually led to Sakara Life, the meal plan and functional food delivery service that's helping thousands of people eat healthier nationwide.

Their secret? A mix of hard science (they have an advisory board that includes luminaries like Dr. Aviva Romm) and ancient practices inspired by their mystical Arizona upbringing, including ayurveda, traditional Chinese medicine, and more. They also firmly believe that wellness is about feeling good—not taking measurements in inches and pounds or counting macronutrients.

In this episode of the mbg podcast, they discuss the secret to their success and the details of the unique food philosophy that's helped them and so many others heal.

Dr. Satchin Panda on Practical Implementation of Time-Restricted Eating & Shift Work Strategies
02:02:55
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 02:02:55
Dr. Satchin Panda on Practical Implementation of Time-Restricted Eating & Shift Work Strategies

This episode is a round 2 episode with none other than Dr. Satchin Panda of the Salk Institute! While discussion with Dr. Panda invariably leads to eating behaviors, his deep background in circadian biology always tends to lend new and insightful perspectives. There's a good reason for this! It's an area he has made deep contributions to, especially through the discovery of melanopsin, which is a photopigment found in the eye that, rather than forming images, is specialized for communicating information about time-of-day to the "master oscillator" of circadian rhythm, the suprachiasmatic nucleus.

On the first episode with Dr. Panda, we were introduced to a new paradigm for eating known as time-restricted eating. Time-restricted eating, on the surface, shares many characteristics with an idea many of you may be more familiar with known as intermittent fasting. The difference, however, is that Dr. Panda's concept of time-restricted feeding has some degree of focus on the effect of poorly timed consumption food (or even xenobiotics) can have on the subtle behavior of our tissues. At nearly two hours of dialog, this episode touches on a lot of material, but also has a special focus on practical implementation of time-restricted eating, featuring a few of the most frequent questions that came after the first conversation. To see a list of these questions, click the timeline tab above and look for timepoints with the heading "practical implementation." (SPOILER: Yes, we cover black coffee!)

"10-14 hours of fasting when we get up in the morning means that we have given our gut rest." - Dr. Satchin Panda

In addition to these important and very practical how-to tidbits, we dive into lots of interesting new territory as well, including...

  • How human anecdote and animal evidence suggests time-restricted feeding may be especially useful for gut-related issues, including inflammatory bowel disease and acid reflux.
  • The fascinating way Dr. Panda is using human anecdote from his trial to ask new scientific questions he wouldn't think to ask and then going back to animal data to figure it out and how this unique approach forms a sort of closed loop pattern: animal → human feedback → back to animal for mechanism.
  • How labs doing caloric restriction research may have actually been reaping the benefits of time-restricted without realizing it as an incidental to their experimental design.
  • The revelation that 70% of FDA drugs are subject to circadian effects and are either less effective or more effective at certain times of the day.
  • The effect melatonin has on the pancreatic production of insulin and the insight this lends to why we should probably stop eating at least 2-3 hours before we go to bed.
  • The bizarre way circadian rhythms affects everything from susceptibility to UV damage to recovery from surgery to cancer risk (at least if you think the World Health Organization knows what they're talking about).

...plus a whole lot more...

Keto and PCOS
00:42:50
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:42:50
Keto and PCOS

Interview with Rainelle Krause, chatting about all things PCOS including how she used keto to overcome PCOS, weight gain related to PCOS, her experience with carb ups, and so much more.

One of the topics I get asked about most is HORMONES. Hormonal imbalances can cause a lot of dysregulation in the body, which many don’t tie to hormones! One of the ways hormonal imbalance can present is in the form of PCOS, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. I’ve talked about PCOS before on the podcast, but we’re revisiting the topic because it affects so many women, and the keto diet is just one of the many tools that can help alleviate symptoms of PCOS.

Of course every body is different, but I love talking with people about what led them to keto, how keto has impacted their wellness journey, and how they’ve adjusted it to work for their needs and goals. Today, I’m talking with Rainelle Krause who has battled PCOS for a very long time and found some relief with keto. I think this episode is beneficial to anyone currently struggling to balance their hormones. Rainelle is so easy to talk to, and she has dedicated so much of her time and energy researching how to promote healing in her own body … now she’s sharing her experience in hopes that other women will benefit from her story.

Lisa Bilyeu Co-Founder of Quest Nutrition
01:04:48
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:04:48
Lisa Bilyeu Co-Founder of Quest Nutrition

This week we are excited to have Lisa Bilyeu join us! Lisa has an amazing background as the co-founder of Quest Nutrition, president of Impact Theory, and co-host of the Sheroic Podcast. In this episode we discuss entrepreneurship, hard work, balance, and making your health a priority even if it means going against the grain or giving up habits you love.

Interview with Miranda Chivers – with PaleOMG Uncensored Podcast
01:11:27
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:11:27
Interview with Miranda Chivers – with PaleOMG Uncensored Podcast

Today on the podcast, I’m talking to CrossFit athlete, coach and previous HQ staff Miranda Chivers. We talk about everything from competing in CrossFit, to her breaking her neck, going through knee surgery and giving birth to her first child…all natural. She cray. Wait until you hear her birth story!

Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile.
01:06:07
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:06:07
Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile.

I thought I really knew everything there was to know about estrogen exposure until I read the new book written by Anthony Jay, today's podcast guest and the author of Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile.

In it, he delves into everything from cannabis to lavender to licorice…

…to genetic triggers that can cause a parent's choices to make a child fat or have a higher risk of breast cancer…

…to hidden estrogen sources that food and cosmetic manufacturers can legally hide from us…

…and much more.



The Supplements I Do and Don't Recommend For Keto Women
00:59:26
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:59:26
The Supplements I Do and Don't Recommend For Keto Women

I get questions about supplements all the time from ladies in the keto community, so I am taking the whole episode today to talk about the supplements I think women should and shouldn’t take. We’re talking general health, keto-specific, hormones, sleep support, all of it! 

TOPICS:

  • The two no-brainer supplements all keto people should take
  • Why I don’t love multivitamins and what you can take instead
  • Are probiotics necessary?
  • Fish oil: yay or nay?
  • My favorite way to support the adrenals
  • What to take for low progesterone
  • How supplemental support can help those with PCOS
  • What to do when you have trouble sleeping
  • How to find supplement brands you trust

Age Reversing Via The Gut, The Ultimate Anti-Anxiety Pill, Customized Probiotics & More With Billionaire Entrepreneur & Viome Founder Naveen Jain
01:13:35
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:13:35
Age Reversing Via The Gut, The Ultimate Anti-Anxiety Pill, Customized Probiotics & More With Billionaire Entrepreneur & Viome Founder Naveen Jain

Naveen K. Jain is one of the most interesting guys I have ever met.

Naveen Jain is an entrepreneur and philanthropist driven to solve the world’s biggest challenges through innovation. He is the founder of several successful companies including Moon Express, Viome (you can click here to get moved to the front of the waitlist right away with code “FITNESS”.), Bluedot, TalentWise, Intelius and InfoSpace.

Moon Express is the only company to have permission from the US government to leave earth's orbit and land on the moon. They are developing technologies to harvest planetary resources on the moon and developing infrastructure to make humanity a multi-planetary society.

Naveen Jain is a trustee of the board at the X PRIZE Foundation where he is focused on finding entrepreneurial solutions to address the global challenges in health, education, women empowerment, agriculture, and energy. He recently launched a million-dollar Women Safety XPRIZE to empower the women around the world.

Naveen Jain is on the board of Singularity University, an interdisciplinary university with the mission to educate and inspire leaders to address humanity’s grand challenges through innovative technologies.

Naveen Jain has been awarded many honors for his entrepreneurial successes and leadership skills including “Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year”, “Albert Einstein Technology Medal ”for pioneers in technology, “Humanitarian Innovation Award” at the United Nations, “ Distinguished Global Thinker Award” by IILM, “Most inspiring Entrepreneur” by Andaaz TV, “Most admired Serial Entrepreneur” by Silicon India, “Top 20 Entrepreneurs” and “Lifetime Achievement Award” for the leadership in the technology industry and support of other entrepreneurs by Red Herring.

Naveen's latest project is called “Viome”, a cutting-edge gut and microbiome analysis company I first revealed in the must-see video “What Is Viome? How Gut Metatranscriptome & Microbiome Analysis Can Change Your Health.“. Viome is focused on disrupting healthcare with the goal of “making illness elective”. They have developed technologies to analyze the biochemistry and ecosystem of our body that consists of millions of metabolites and trillions of micro-organisms. Their plan is to identify biomarkers that are predictive of chronic diseases and prevent them through personalized diet & nutrition.

Dr. Rhonda Patrick on Life Extension, Performance, and Much More
01:19:13
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:19:13
Dr. Rhonda Patrick on Life Extension, Performance, and Much More

My guest this episode is Rhonda Perciavalle Patrick, Ph.D., who works with Dr. Bruce Ames, the 23rd most-cited scientist across ALL fields between 1973 and 1984 (!).

Dr. Patrick also conducts clinical trials, performed aging research at Salk Institute for Biological Studies, and did graduate research at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, where she focused on cancer, mitochondrial metabolism, and apoptosis.

What does that all mean? Time is precious, right? Long podcast needs to be worth it, right? Here you go…

Whether you want to extend life, inexpensively buy a stem-cell “insurance policy” (hint: related to the Tooth Fairy), or guard against cancer, she will have a surprise insight for you.

In this episode, we cover a lot:

  • Are there simple methods for extending lifespan? What looks most promising?
  • What are the easiest ways to minimize your risk of cancer?
  • What are the dangers of taking certain common supplements? What’s worth it and what isn’t?
  • How can diet change the expression of your genes? How can this can be passed on to offspring?

…and much more.

Interview with Ethan Agarwal, founder of Aaptiv - The #1 Fitness Audio App
00:38:53
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:38:53
Interview with Ethan Agarwal, founder of Aaptiv - The #1 Fitness Audio App

50 million Americans have gym memberships with 5-10% of those people using personal trainers. But what do you do for a workout when you can't get to the gym or you can't afford to use a personal trainer...you use Aaptiv which provides on-demand audio fitness classes for all types of workouts including yoga, running, strength training, cycling and several others. Aaptiv is the personal trainer in your pocket that promises to make your workouts more fun and more effective. The service only costs $9.99 per month and provides unlimited access to dozens of workout routines. Aaptiv is based in NYC and has raised $1.5 million.

In this interview I spoke with Ethan about his motivation behind starting Aaptiv, what was he doing before this venture, what does Aaptiv do, what is their pricing, how do they acquire their users, how do they pick their trainers, what's their LTV/CAC ratio (lifetime value / customer acquisition cost), what are the demographics of their user base, what have been the biggest challenges with starting and growing this company, which marketing channels have been the most successful, what's their experience working with influencers, what are his top business goals for the next few years and much more.

Dr. Rhonda Patrick on Refined Sugar and Its Effects on Mortality, the Brain, Cancer, Hormones & More
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2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:15:53
Dr. Rhonda Patrick on Refined Sugar and Its Effects on Mortality, the Brain, Cancer, Hormones & More

If you're anything like me, having the facts straight can sometimes help you to push through the tough part of building new habits or breaking old bad ones. This podcast talks about the realities about what the science says surrounding the consumption of refined sugar.

Some of the facts may surprise you! We talk about the relationship of consumption of refined sugar with...

• mortality and aging
• brain function, memory, and neuroinflammation
• the development of cancer and expression of oncogenes
• sex hormones

... and, of special relevance, if you're hoping to cut out a soda habit, the real addictive properties of refined sugar consumption that mirror that of more well-known drugs of abuse.

Lisa Woodruff on Morning Routines for the Modern Day Woman
00:41:21
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:41:21
Lisa Woodruff on Morning Routines for the Modern Day Woman

In this week’s podcast episode, I talk all about productivity and morning routines. You’ll discover why my morning routine is different than everyone else’s and why I make no apologies for that! Two years ago, I recorded a podcast episode where I talked all about my morning and evening routines at that time. If you would like to hear it, click here. In that episode, I focused on decision fatigue and how setting up routines that you can run on auto-pilot will minimize the number of decisions you need to make. It's amazing the difference a well-planned morning routine can make! This week’s episode continues to build on that topic with a focus on productivity. I love productivity. I’m a productivity nut. If there is any way that I can save 5 seconds a day, I’ll figure it out and I’ll save those 5 seconds, whether I put them to good use or not! Wasting time is one of my biggest pet peeves. So, I love to study how to be more productive. However, just recently I noticed that the majority of the productivity gurus that I have been following – those with podcasts, books, blogs, etc. on productivity – are all men.

Fitness, Movement, & Postpartum Recovery with Dr. Lindsey Mathews of BirthFit
00:46:33
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:46:33
Fitness, Movement, & Postpartum Recovery with Dr. Lindsey Mathews of BirthFit

BIRTHFIT is a movement that you should share with all of your female patients, especially those prenatal or post-pregnancy. Founded by chiropractor Dr. Lindsey Mathews, BIRTHFIT is founded on 4 core pillars: fitness, nutrition, chiropractic and mindset. The lifestyle promoted by BIRTHFIT closely aligns with many principles that chiropractors teach patients, with an extra focus on a woman’s needs pre- and post-baby.

Dr. Rhonda Patrick - Does Meat Consumption Cause Cancer?
00:15:09
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:15:09
Dr. Rhonda Patrick - Does Meat Consumption Cause Cancer?

Does meat consumption cause cancer? Or, put another way… does avoiding meat help prevent cancer?

If you aren't already savvy to the topic, this may sound more absurd than it should. Here's why: there have been many, many, many correlative studies that have found that higher meat consumption is associated with a significantly higher risk of cancer and cancer mortality.

To try to answer this question we end up going deep into discussing plausible mechanisms that might help explain this phenomenon and, indeed, discussing a little bit of cancer biology as well.

Blue Apron and Gimlet Creative Introduces: Why We Eat What We Eat
00:02:31
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:02:31
Blue Apron and Gimlet Creative Introduces: Why We Eat What We Eat

In a new series brought to you by Blue Apron and Gimlet Creative, host Cathy Erway investigates the unseen forces that shape our eating habits. We’ll tackle everything from food conspiracies and picky eaters, to exploring the potluck scene and more.

Joe Rogan with Dr. Rhonda Patrick
03:06:55
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 03:06:55
Joe Rogan with Dr. Rhonda Patrick

Dr. Rhonda Patrick is a Ph.D in biomedical science and expert on nutritional health. Her podcasts and other videos can be found at FoundMyFitness.com.

On Women's Health, Post-Birth Control Syndrome, and Brain Injuries - Dr. Jolene Brighten - #415
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2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:35:24
On Women's Health, Post-Birth Control Syndrome, and Brain Injuries - Dr. Jolene Brighten - #415

Dr. Jolene Brighten – licensed Functional Medicine Naturopathic Doctor, best-selling author, and mother – joins Dave to discuss some trending women’s health topics. From Post-Birth Control Syndrome and hormones, to “mommy brain”, to traumatic brain injuries, she and Dave break it all down in this dynamic conversation. Dr. Brighten – who specializes in women’s health, from fertility to postpartum care, adrenal and thyroid support, autoimmune conditions, and digestive disorders – is the founder of Rubus Health, where she thrives on navigating the space between conventional and alternative medicine.

Ray Cronise on Cold Thermogenesis, Intermittent Fasting, Weight Loss & Healthspan
02:04:08
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 02:04:08
Ray Cronise on Cold Thermogenesis, Intermittent Fasting, Weight Loss & Healthspan

Dr. Rhonda Patrick speaks with Ray Cronise, a former NASA material scientist and co-founder of zero gravity, a company that offers weightless parabolic flights to consumers and researchers. In this episode, coming at the tail end of a rather extreme 23-day water fast for Ray, we discuss, perhaps unsurprisingly, some of the benefits that are associated with fasting! Ray talks about shifting one's perspective from looking at nutrition only through the lens of meeting day-to-day nutritional needs, and instead, also considering optimizing metabolism for longer-term effects as well, the importance of thinking about longevity in the context of functional healthspan, some of the similarities between the body’s physiological response to heat stress, cold stress, and exercise and so much more.

Lisa Woodruff on Creating Morning & Evening Routines
00:22:40
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:22:40
Lisa Woodruff on Creating Morning & Evening Routines

Lisa Woodruff is a home organization expert, productivity specialist, and author of The Mindset of Organization, Take Back Your House One Phase at a Time, and How ADHD Affects Home Organization.

Lisa believes organization is not a skill you are born with. It is a skill that is developed over time and changes with each season of life. Lisa has helped thousands of women reclaim their homes and finally get organized with her practical tips, encouragement, and humor through her blog and podcast at Organize365.com.

Here are 5 steps to create your own morning & evening routines.

http://organize365.com/how-to-create-morning-and-evening-routines/

Ben Greenfield Fitness on How To Maximize Ketosis, Should You Have Sex Before Competition, Do Power Poses Really Work & More.
01:08:20
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 01:08:20
Ben Greenfield Fitness on How To Maximize Ketosis, Should You Have Sex Before Competition, Do Power Poses Really Work & More.

Ben Greenfield Fitness on How To Maximize Ketosis, Should You Have Sex Before Competition, Do Power Poses Really Work & More.

The Healthy Moms' Katie Wells On Using Health Tracking to Discover Your Own Personalized Medicine
00:57:45
2017-12-01 10:47:08 UTC 00:57:45
The Healthy Moms' Katie Wells On Using Health Tracking to Discover Your Own Personalized Medicine

As an athlete and a health coach, Meredith Vieceli sees women make all kinds of fitness mistakes. One of the most common? Not eating enough and training incorrectly or too hard! In this episode, she delves into these common problems, how to avoid them, and how to increase fitness safely and correctly.

And Meredith is the perfect person to advise us. In addition to being mom to two boys, she is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and the creator of the “Strong and Sexy Runner,” “Swim Bike Fuel,” “3HU,” and “Whole Health Mastery” nutrition/health coaching programs which help women reclaim their health.

Fitness Mistakes (Almost) Everyone Makes

It turns out avoiding exercise isn’t the only fitness mistake. There is such a thing as too much or the wrong kinds of exercise!

As Meredith says, our bodies are trying constantly to find balance.

Here are some of the common fitness mistakes Meredith warns against. Do any of them sound familiar?

Taking Big Leaps Instead of Baby Steps

Perhaps it’s tempting to think training for marathon is the perfect thing to get us out of the couch potato lifestyle. But Meredith says this is one fitness mistake we don’t have to make. Fitness and diet goals broken into small, attainable steps are much more likely to be sustainable.

Forgetting to Listen to Your Body

There is no one-size-fits-all fitness plan or diet. It just doesn’t exist. It’s all about finding the balance that is right for you. I agree with Meredith that the best health education is simply paying attention to how your body responds to different kinds of food, exercise, or stress.

Pushing Your Body Too Hard

Meredith says many of her clients actually experience health problem from overexercise. Working out too hard is its own kind of stress of the body, and can deplete what we are trying to restore.

And More …

Take a listen to hear what else Meredith has to say! It could make all the difference in finding your fitness sweet spot.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • how Meredith got off the corporate treadmill and started her own integrative health coaching business
  • the personal journey that defined Meredith’s mission as a coach to help women reclaim their health
  • the fitness mistakes almost everyone makes, and how to counter them with good habits
  • a question every workout program or diet should start with
  • ways to set your mindset to see exercise in a positive light
  • the mental switch to seeing food as fuel … not a diet
  • why a 1200 calorie diet won’t get you where you want to go
  • how a low-calorie diet impacts thyroid function, lean muscle tissue, and metabolism (it’s not good)
  • what Meredith thinks of my “extreme” choice not to eat sugar in any form
  • who should be on a high-fat, low-carb diet … and who should not
  • the cycle that happens in a woman’s body in response to a low carbohydrate diet
  • Meredith’s thoughts about whether protein powder is healthy and which ones to pick
  • a heads up on the new bone broth protein powder fad
  • whether there is such a thing as “the best workout” for women
  • easy principles to hack your current workout routine (or the one you want to create) to get the best benefits in the least amount of time
  • a simple recipe for a post-workout recovery drink that will flood the body with antioxidants and nutrition

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