Episodes

Eat This, Not That to Reduce Anxiety in Teens  

The teen years are tough already but anxiety and stress often make them even harder. What if we told you that what your teens are eating is directly related to how they are feeling. Help set them up with better habits for a life of better health with proper nutrition. Our hosts play a “Eat This, Not That” to show many examples of where nutritious food can easily be swapped for the sugary, mood-altering meals of the past. 

Overindulged? How to Get Back to Healthy Eating  

After a holiday season full of unhealthy temptations it’s easy to get off track with eating and forget your motivation. We’re back in the New Year with a question to ask yourself to get you back on track and motivated for life.

Eating the Weight and Wellness Way through the Holidays  

No matter what or how you’re celebrating this time of year, those office parties and gatherings with friends and family can derail your healthy eating habits. Today we’re sharing inspirational success stories, the background on what we mean when we say “Eating in balance.” and more tips and tricks to keep you motivated and on track this season. Learn how to keep your blood sugar balanced and why that will help avoid that plate of cookies.  

The Happiness Diet  

We’re sharing what we loved about the book The Happiness Diet that asks “What if you discovered that the best place to begin your personal pursuit of happiness is at the end of your fork”.

How Digestive Problems Are Linked to Eating Disorders  

Two women who have recovered from eating disorders are sharing how their gut health was connected to their success.

Protecting Your Kidneys  

We’re diving into a topic we’ve never covered kidneys. Listen in to learn what to eat, and what not to, to protect our very delicate and are easily damaged kidneys.

How Food Can Reduce the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis  

We’re sharing the real food choices of a client who has put her Multiple Sclerosis symptoms into remission. For those who struggle with this  MS and understand the devastating impact this podcast is not to be missed.

Soda Politics  

We’re talking “liquid candy” today. While most people wouldn’t eat 12 tsp. of sugar,  they will drink a can of soda with 12 tsp. of sugar without giving it a second thought. To tell us what this is doing to your body we’re joined by Dr. Marion Nestle, author of Soda Politics – Taking on Big Soda and Winning

Lose Weight While You Sleep  

When struggling to lose weight most people never consider one huge factor … their sleep. We’re sharing how your body copes with sleep deprivation and how you can get more of it.

Cooking To Save Your Life  

We’re talking stroke prevention and stroke rehabilitation today. With special guest Kurt Stiles, author of Cooking to Save Your Life, we’ll share the best foods to eat (and which to avoid) to heal your brain if you or someone you know is recovering from a stroke.

Food Allergies: Keeping Kids Safe  

Two nutritionists and one of their children who can speak from experience share ideas on how to keep kids safe and satisfied with suitable snacks and meals.

Why Am I Hungry All the Time?  

This week we discuss the new book Always Hungry?  by Dr. David Ludwig, MD, PhD.

Nutrition Changed My Back Pain  

Back pain is the #2 reasons people visit the doctor with 8 out of 10 people experiencing it at some point in their lives. Tune in for an amazing story of how nutrition stopped one woman’s chronic back pain and spasms that she’d been experiencing for 30 years!

Healing After Surgery  

Important information for helping your body recover after surgery in addition to helping prevent illness in the first place. 

Incontinence  

A topic topics no one wants to talk about yet it affects 33 million Americans. Listen in to learn, believe it or not, that what you eat can help your incontinence or make incontinence worse.

Cirrhosis and Fatty Liver  

1/3 of the U.S. has fatty liver disease, an astounding number. Listen in to learn why so many bodies store fat in the liver, where it doesn’t belong, and more importantly, what we can do about it.

Aching Feet & What You Eat  

If aching feet are causing you to miss out on your favorite activities, listen in to learn the connection between what you’re eating and how your tired feet are feeling. 

Building Strong Bones as a Teen and Young Adult  

Teens need to build strong bones so they can have strong bodies when they get older, unfortunately it’s not often something young people think or know about, until today.

Eating to Protect Your Health As You Age  

Aging doesn’t have to mean feeling achy, tired and the list  of maladies to come goes on and on. Listen in to learn how to protect your health with real food.

The Frustrations of a Compulsive Eater  

Two nutritionists share what real food can do to combat the frustrations of a compulsive eater. 

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