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!***

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Nadia Murdock is a nationally recognized fitness coach, published author and regular on-air fitness expert as seen on E! News, Fox, Today.com, SELF.com and Life & Style just to name a few. She is living proof that her “strong mind, strong body” method works. After changing her life via her own weight loss journey, she achieved creating a healthier lifestyle for her mind and body. She became dedicated to sharing that power with others through her company Nadia Murdock Fit.

Nadia has a B.A. in Psychology and taps into the strength and power of the mind when advising others in achieving their fitness goals. She also enjoys all forms of fitness from weightlifting to Barre and never goes a day without breaking a sweat.

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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..

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Bracha’s back! In the previous episode with Bracha, titled Searching for God in the Garbage (episode 69) we talked about her book.

In this episode we dive into her story and how she personally overcame food addictions and health problems through her understanding of spirituality and discovering meaning that helped her rise above her challenges.

Bracha covers this difficult topic with insight, wisdom and experience.

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Never Binge Again! With Glenn Livingston, Ph.D.

Disillusioned by what traditional psychology had to offer overweight and/or food obsessed individuals, Dr. Livingston spent several decades researching how to stop binge eating and overeating via work with his own patients and a self-funded research program with more than 40,000 participants.  Most important, however, was his own personal journey out of obesity and food prison to a normal, healthy weight and a much more lighthearted relationship with food.

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Dom Campbell is a certified Master Coach of Change & Transformation from The Health Coach Institute. His work is designed to help people create life long BEHAVIOR CHANGE in their health and in their life generally.

We discuss why most people fail in making changes in their health, wellness & life.
How to create behavioral change through discovery & awareness, understanding the blocks, overcoming the blocks, and celebrating success.

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In this episode we present the latest in natural solutions to improve mood and depression with Sinead Urwin. This is part one in a 2 part series. In this episode we cover depression statistics, the mind-body connection and how our physiology affects our mood and emotions, and the role of the microbiome (the bacteria that live in our intestines) play in depression. In the next episode, we’ll cover the most recent clinical studies into natural supplements that aid with mood, depression, and anxiety.


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One of the big races I did was at the Echo Reservoir. There were 900 people in the race, and it was exciting. I had a great swim. But I wasn’t prepared for the difficult, hilly bike course, and with a few miles to go I realized I had used up too much energy on the bike, and didn’t leave enough for the run leg. I started to pray for help. I immediately got an answer, but it wasn’t the answer I was seeking.

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