Posts tagged IBS
Episode 076: Eating for Nutrition vs. Avoiding Unhealthy Foods

One of the outcomes from my experiment in following the Keto Quick Start 30-day Meal Plan (Episode 074) was the realization that I had been eating to avoid unhealthy foods versus eating for nutrition, or rather nutrient-density.

In this episode, I’m joined by Nutrition Consultant and fellow 21-Day Sugar Detox Coach, Katie Leadbetter for a conversation exploring this topic.

You’ll hear us discuss:

  • What does it mean to eat for nutrient-density

  • How is that different than eating to avoid unhealthy foods

  • Mindful and Intuitive Eating

  • The role that programs like the 21-Day Sugar Detox, Keto Quick Start Meal Plan or even Whole 30 can play in mindful and intuitive eating

  • And a whole lot more!

Unlike typical episodes with guests, this is not an interview, but rather, a conversation with two nutrition and wellness practitioners sharing our views and philosophies on this topic!

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Episode 031: How to Breakthrough Overwhelm & Know What Diet to Follow

One question I'm always asked and see come up over and over again is, “What diet should I follow?”

And my answer usually is, "Follow the diet that your personal evidence presents." In other words, listen to your body.

In this episode, I share:

  • What my non-neogtiables are when it comes to food
  • Why I hated it when people would tell me to "listen to my body"
  • How to discover what your "personal evidence" is
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Episode 030: Secrets to A Successful 21-Day Sugar Detox

In this episode, I’m joined by two of my clients for a roundtable interview on their experience with the 21-Day Sugar Detox. You’ll hear them share their fears in doing the program, how they approached it, what their experience was like and how the program has changed them - physically, as well as their mindset towards food. What I loved most about coaching Vicky and Judy is that they’re friends, who decided to do the program TOGETHER - and you’ll definitely hear them talk about how they’ve been able to support each other, not just during the program, but after it ended too!

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