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Outspoken Nutrition

Author: Laura Timbrook

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Ever find yourself often confused about what to eat and what is truly healthy? Well, you’re in the right spot, we’ll discuss all the latest health and nutrition trends to breakdown what’s real and what’s a real waste of time.
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Lessons in Failure

Lessons in Failure

2019-10-1800:08:15

Failing sucks, however, we need to discover why we fail in order to succeed. In this week's episode I share a few failures and a piece of advice that changed my way of looking at failure.
No More Excuses

No More Excuses

2019-10-1100:11:36

I used to think our excuses stood in the way of achieving goals. In today's episode, we talk about the epiphany I had that it's not the excuses standing in our way its something else. Listen to today's episode to discover what is holding you back.
Have you ever seen a recipe and wondered what the macro/calorie count is? This app allows you the flexibility to have total control so recipes can fit your nutritional or dietary needs.  Listen to today's episode to learn about all the cool things this app can do. The app can be downloaded for free in the Apple or Google Play stores.
Lazy Keto

Lazy Keto

2019-09-2700:04:55

I recently came across this Healthline article about a new version of the keto diet called "Lazy Keto". Listen to today's episode and hear what I have to say.Article for Lazy Keto:https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/lazy-keto?fbclid=IwAR0E1TTrDoSsO5PiI6sUjROYCPGlU5zXLVo_ptKERLHHGeEMabLTaR_rTMQ
Instagram announced on Wednesday, Sept 18th, 2019 that they were cracking down on influences promoting weight loss and surgical procedures to minors. They are also cracking down on items being promoted to everyone making miraculous health claims. Listen to today's episode to see how these changes are going to affect you and I share my thoughts on detox tea and my secret to a healthier life.Links for this episode:https://www.cbsnews.com/news/instagram-posts-that-promote-weight-loss-will-be-hidden-from-users-under-18/https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/18/instagram-cracks-down-on-miraculous-weight-loss-posts.htmlDandelion Tea I drink occasionally: https://www.traditionalmedicinals.com/products/roasted-dandelion-root/Link for farms to eat your f'ing veggies: https://www.localharvest.org/organic-farms/
We have a great workout, grab a protein bar to help replenish us. Yet, is this really healthy? Does this support your goal or is it something else?
Are organic fruits and veggies that much better for us than conventionally grown? What does the science say? What is the difference between conventional vs organic? What if you can't afford organic? Are organic cookies healthy? This week I am also introducing a segment where each week I will provide you with a veggie recipe so that you can "eat your effing veggies".Research for this episode:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22944875https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5658984/https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/04/organic-food-vs-conventional-food/https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/
20.6% That's the number of how many 12-17 years old are considered Obese. I don't think there is an argument that this is not a huge problem. WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers) recently released an app designed for kids between the ages of 8-17 to help develop a "healthier relationship with food". In this weeks episode, I talk about kids and dieting also taking a look at why Kurbo* is creating so much controversy. Is this app really helping to solve the issue of childhood obesity or leading to a lifetime of disordered eating?Research for this episode:Status of childhood obesity https://www.stateofobesity.org/childhood/#targetText=Childhood%20Obesity%20Trends,%2Dyear%2Dolds%20have%20obesity.Kurbo for Kidshttps://kurbo.com/Time magazine articlehttps://time.com/5649964/kurbo-by-ww-app/*Kurbo is a registered trademark Weight Watchers(WW)
Unhealthy Healthy Habits

Unhealthy Healthy Habits

2019-08-2300:08:23

Everything in moderation, it's one thing I am a huge fan of and even in healthy habits. Often even healthy habits can be taken to far and suddenly a health habit can become unhealthy. In today's episode, I talk about my top unhealthy healthy habits. 
I hear people talking about emotional eating like its a dirty word. What if I told you that emotional eating isn't an issue and that we are all are emotional eaters. In today's episode, we discuss emotional eating and what we can do to have a better relationship with food. It is possible to have your cake and eat it too! 
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