Dr. Renae Thomas is an expert in Evidence Based Nutrition. She’s also a medical doctor in Loma Linda, California, one of the worlds four “Blue Zones” where people live unnaturally long, healthy lives.
Listen in as Dr. Thomas debunks some popular misconceptions about health and nutrition, and gives us practical ways of understanding the latest in nutritional research.
Dr Thomas is currently a senior resident in Loma Linda University Health’s Family and Preventive Medicine residency combined program, which includes a Lifestyle Medicine Specialty track, and a masters in Public Health.
***Find out more about Dr. Renae Thomas as a lifestyle medicine doctor on her Youtube channel!***
Thriving on Paleo! After suffering for years from numerous symptoms of Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Celiac autoimmune diseases, Michele Spring used the Autoimmune Paleo (AIP) Diet to put her diseases into remission and started feeling better in her 40’s than she did in her 20’s.
She’s now a Certified Health Coach and AIP Diet Coach, dedicated to helping you take the steps you need to feel relief from your own autoimmune disease symptoms through the Paleo and AIP diets. She blogs at Thriving On Paleo and has a Youtube channel that provides guidance, support, and inspiration to those using diet and lifestyle to feel better.
***Here’s Michelle’s video as she explains what autoimmune disease is and help you feel a bit better about this scary-sounding diagnosis***.
Alexa Schirm proves that health can be simple and delicious.
She received her bachelor’s degree in nutrition from Iowa State University and since then has been on a mission to spread the word about honest, realistic and most importantly delicious lifestyle changes. She is a firm believer that real health can be exciting, delicious and fun, and definitely not as complex as we make it. As a mom of three girls, she knows all about making healthy choices on the go and incorporating health into all areas of life. Her mission is helping people to create a new health-style through habit formation and real food. To use health as a means of living rather than living for health..
So, funny story. I’m a huge health geek and I love treating my own health as a science experiment. And I find that when I’m measuring and keeping track, I have more motivation to improve. If the scale says I gained a few pounds, I want to lose them. If I measure my biceps and find they are skinnier than other guys wrists, I want to gain some muscle. You get the idea.
So I was preparing this content about the 5 most critical health measurements, and I called my sister Angela for advice. Ten minutes into the conversation I wished I would have recorded the phone call. It was EXCELLENT. When I told her I wished I was recording she laughed and reminded me, “You know this part of what I do for a living, right?”
In this episode learn cool little things like how to live an amazing life of perfection and joy, the best possible form of exercise, the perfect diet, and other tidbits like that.
Valeria Teles has a great project called “Fit For Joy” and is on a quest to help people live better, more meaningful lives through her website and podcast. This is the recording of her interview with Dirobi owner Dave Sherwin, certified fitness nutrition coach.
The interview is broken into two parts, episodes 107 and 108.
Her life took a new trajectory when she was introduced to the science of the Ketogenic diet, and used it to help her mother turn her cancer around.
Dr. Bosworth is certified to provide not only general practice services but is also a recognized expert in nutrition, exercise, and mental conditioning programs. She is the founder of ECHO Kids, an initiative aimed at reducing childhood obesity and lowering rates of childhood diabetes.
In this episode we talk about everything from Fitcon and the thrill of seeing people take full swings at armored Knights with their axes, chicken chips, the highland games, and then, of course, Keto. Or, as Sinead more appropriately refers to it, the Ketogenic Lifestyle. We discuss the difference between the modern Keto diet and the old Atkins diet, thoughts on the Carnivore Diet, and more.
Anna Snyder and Elisha Villanueva are two moms who are passionate about fitness and living a healthy lifestyle. They created Flex It Pink in 2013 to support, encourage, educate and empower other women in their healthy lifestyle and fitness journey.
Since then, hundreds of thousands of women have followed their brand and joined their vibrant, fun, and motivating community.
Their number one priority is to help support every woman in each step of their journey without judgment. Quote: “We have been in the shoes from fluff-to-FIT and we are here to help you throw out the fluff and commit to FIT.”
The Dirobi UnDiet is based on a few basic, easy to follow principles. The idea is to create a weight loss protocol that creates rapid weight loss without the common downsides of calorie restricted diets.
So, read on if you want to learn how you can lose weight quickly, without any of the downsides of traditional “diets,” and establish long-term habits that will help you be your healthiest, leanest self, with the least amount of effort.
Remember those old “self help” books… back when we had book stores? Well, much of the information in those books was nice, but not necessarily accurate, and didn’t work for everybody. Get the latest proven techniques for increased performance and success from one of the worlds leading experts on the topic, Dr. Chris Friesen.
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