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Author: Rachel Scheer

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"Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result." Rising above a turbulent childhood and severe health issues, Rachel is a functional medicine nutritionist, public speaker, and fitness model eager to provide her audience with the motivation and tools to help you reach your goals. Scheer Madness is an interview show that explores the mindsets of the world’s highest achievers to learn their secrets to success. If you're ready to break the pattern and reach the next level of success with your health, business, mindset, and relationships, then his is the podcast for you.
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Good nutrition goes a long way when it comes to not only physical health, but also mental health. There are a handful of key micronutrients that can help you boost your mental health and have more energy throughout the day. But are you getting enough of these in your diet? In today's episode, I'm joined by Rachel Scheer Nutrition Dietician, Christine, to taking a look at these key micronutrients and how they can give your body a boost.  Chapters:0:00 - Introduction3:16 - Vitamin D8:43 - Choline12:29 - Omega 3 Fatty Acids18:11 - B Vitamins22:48 - Magnesium28:19 - Amino Acids35:48 - Timing meals and balancing blood sugarFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
In today's episode, we talk to Angela Beasley, a Rachel Scheer Nutrition client who was doing everything she thought she needed to live a healthy life. She was going to the gym frequently, eating foods she'd learned were healthy, and keeping busy, but she still wasn't totally happy. It wasn't until she found and started working with us that she learned that healing her gut would help her become a new, happier woman. Chapters:0:00 - Introduction11:47 - A "whole-body, whole-person" approach22:02 - Allowing yourself to enjoy life25:35 - Advice for starting your gut-health journey34:27 - Closing thoughtsFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
Dr. Britt and Josh Lashua live out their dream together of helping couples live their most full relationship. This vision is a part of what united them prior to marriage and is at the heart of what birthed SameTeamForever. Having a SameTeam relationship enables couples to unify rather than get weighed down by the struggles of life, drawing them closer together rather than pushing one another apart. Dr. Britt has her PhD in counseling and has a North Dallas based private practice in addition to coaching women to empower their best and most feminine self to show up who they truly are. Josh is a luxury developer and is a men’s development and relationship coach.Chapters:0:00 - Introduction1:22 - Dr. Britt and Josh's story16:19 - What to consider when looking for a partner26:41 - Red flags in dating33:02 - Listening to past trauma37:33 - Right person vs. right time39:15 - What to focus on when you’re single46:19 - How to become a high-value person51:51 - Committing to personal growth54:05 - Being the right person vs. finding the right person56:34 - Maintaining a long and healthy relationship1:07:37 - Why intimacy sometimes dies out1:16:55 - Thoughts on a long-distance relationship1:23:36 - 3 tips for people who are still looking for their personFor more from Dr. Britt and Josh Lashua, visit their website sameteamforever.com and drbrittlashua.com. You can also follow them on social media @sameteamforever, @brittlashua, and @jlashua25.  Follow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
If you've ever suffered from anxiety and depression, you know how much it can affect your everyday life. And if you've ever visited a traditional clinic in search of a solution, you might have felt that the medication you were given wasn't really solving the problem so much as covering up the symptoms. That's where functional medicine comes in. There's a chance that your anxiety and depression all stems from poor gut health and with a bit of testing and some guidance, you might be able to address the source of it head-on. Thanks to Transcend Company for sponsoring this episode!Use code "RachelS20" at transcendcompany.com/ref/RachelScheerFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
Rachel’s journey as a nutrition coach began in weight-loss and athletic performance. However, a couple years into her practice she began to suffer from severe gastrointestinal dysfunction (IBS.) After many false diagnoses, spending thousands of dollars on doctor visits and tests, and one doctor even suggesting the removal of her entire large intestine, Rachel decided to take her health into her own hands.Using her knowledge in nutrition and dietetics Rachel became an expert on gut health and hormonal balance and completed her certification in functional medicine through the Kalish Institute. Rachel says “using a functional approach and focusing on the health of the gut microbiome saved [her] life. Rachel’s nutrition philosophy is one that looks at the total person. She uses functional lab testing to address the root cause of any imbalances in the body and creates a customized program consisting of dietary recommendations, supplements, and lifestyle modifications to optimize your health and wellbeing.In this episode, Rachel opens up about her story of becoming one of the world's top health and fitness influencers. On the outside, Rachel had the "perfect body." However, on the inside, Rachel was suffering from gut issues, depression, anxiety, thyroid problems, and hormone imbalances. Rachel speaks about how she reversed her health, and we dive deep into the importance of your gut health. Plus, Rachel reveals what things you need to avoid in order to have a healthy gut. Tune in as we chat about the importance of lean muscle mass and why you might benefit from hiring a health coach.
This week, we're talking all about keto. Ben Azadi was in a dark period of his life when he decided to explore keto and how it could help him. What followed was an incredible 80-pound fat loss journey and the beginning of his incredible career as the a speaker, author, podcaster, and more!Ben is the founder of Keto Kamp and the author of the recently published Keto Flex. 0:00 - Introduction0:56 - Ben's Background7:15 - Ben's Transformation14:41 - Why Ben Chose Keto17:24 - Fat-burner vs Carb-burner26:42 - Intermittent Fasting38:23 - Common Keto Mistakes50:50 - Advice from Ben55:46 - Closing ThoughtsYou can learn more about Ben on Instagram @thebenazadi.Thanks to Transcend Company for sponsoring this episode!Use code "RachelS20" at transcendcompany.com/ref/RachelScheerFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
Elsie Maxin was first introduced to Scheer Nutrition as a client and quickly fell in love with the in-depth testing and comprehensive assessments of her physical and mental health. It didn't take long for Elsie to figure out that functional medicine was the key to taking her health to the next level and changing her life for the better. In this episode, we follow Elsie's journey with Scheer Nutrition and talk about why functional medicine might be the right choice for you too!0:00 - Introduction5:56 - Elsie shares her journey18:50 - Core issues that came back from Elsie's testing29:36 - Why functional medicine is an investmentFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
Reshaping your body and getting fit is about more than just doing the reps. It's about finding the program that works best for you and your body, and it's about making sure your body doesn't fall into any ruts along the way. Phil is a celebrity personal trainer with lots of fitness experience and wisdom. 0:00 - Introduction2:59 - Phil's Background6:02 - How has Phil's fitness journey evolved?9:18 - Phil's fitness philosophy16:25 - Body shaping advice26:59 - The Importance of Mindset31:27 - Motivation38:30 - The Phil Fit AppYou can learn more about Phil on Instagram @philfit.Follow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
Ladies, if you've always found hormones (and what you've been taught about them) a little confusing, you're not alone. It turns out there's a lot to unpack when discussing how hormones affect you and your body, and today's guest is perfect for the job. Dr. Carrie Jones is a functional medicine women's health and hormone doctor whose job is to educate and empower. 0:00 - Introduction3:15 - Why are hormones so important?5:48 - DUTCH testing9:38 - How cortisol affects hormones20:58 - Total vs free cortisol25:09 - Estrogen dominance34:33 - Estrogen detoxification41:50 - How genetics affects hormones45:39 - How birth control affects hormones52:11 - Can hormones affect partner preference?54:16 - 3 pieces of advice from Dr. Carrie1:00:31 - ClosingYou can learn more about Dr. Carrie Jones on her website drcarriejones.com or on Instagram @dr.carriejones.Follow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
"Calories in; Calories out." "As long as it fits your macros!" We've all heard these healthy eating mantras. But you know what? These mantras leave out a very important detail: how our body breaks down and reacts to food. Whether you're trying to lose weight or gain muscle, making sure you invest in good body composition (by eating good, whole foods) is your #1 key to success. In today's episode, we talk about why Calories became the focal point of Western diets and what you should really focus on when it comes to building your healthy eating habits. 2:12 - Where Calories and Calorie-based diets originated4:58 - Why types of Calories matter12:24 - Studying the gut microbiome and how it relates to obesity13:47 - Leaky gut16:17 - How to get a healthier body compositionFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer. 
In today’s episode, we’re joined by Michelle Stallings from the Ambitious & Fit Podcast to talk about the 10 traits of an empowered woman. From surrounding yourself with the right people to betting on yourself, these are the ways that you can find empowerment and success in your life! As women, we’re often taught to help and accommodate and help others, but bu adopting these trails you’ll see that you’re able to build the live you want to live! 03:12 - Trait Nº 1: She’s Clear on Her Values09:14 - Trait Nº 2: She Surrounds Herself with People who Build Her Up15:34 - Trait Nº 3: She’s Able to Set Clear Boundaries21:08 - Trait Nº 4: She’s Future-Focused and Not Living in the Past28:00 - Trait Nº 5: She Lives Your Purpose and Passion32:08 - Trait Nº 6: She Stands Up for What She Believes In34:32 - Trait Nº 7: She Trusts Her Gut and Intuition42:02 - Trait Nº 8: She Lovers Herself and Her Body48:10 - Trait Nº 9: She Bets on Herself49:50 - Trait Nº 10: She Doesn’t Compete with Other Women54:18 - RecapFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer. 
Have you ever wondered why you can't quite seem to hold onto long-term change when it comes to your health? Changing your health habits requires much more than eating differently, exercising more, or drinking more water. To create massive change, you need to change you identity. Your identity is what drives who you are and if you can't change who you are, you will never move on from who you were.0:00 - Introduction0:53 - A Personal Story2:28 - What is your identity?7:50 - Taking a look at your identity15:23 - How affirmations help with change19:25 - Rewiring the brain24:04 - ClosingFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer. 
How to Heal the Gut

How to Heal the Gut

2021-05-1749:31

In today's episode, we're talking about the one thing that can make or break your healthy lifestyle: your gut! Your gut has a massive impact on how you feel and perform, whether your an athlete or an office worker, and it's important that you understand the basics of what's going on in there. So let's take a look at some of the ways that you can make sure you maintain a healthy gut! Follow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer. 
In today's episode, we're talking about boundaries. Setting and maintaining boundaries can help you dramatically improve your relationships and even your overall happiness! Whether setting boundaries is totally new to you or you're very familiar with saying "no" due to your lifestyles, you'll want to listen to this episode. 3:07 - What are boundaries?6:02 - How to create boundaries10:59 - 3 types of boundaries20:33 - Practicing setting boundaries24:52 - Prompts for setting boundaries in real life26:11 - Maintaining your boundaries28:34 - RecapFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer. 
If you've ever been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, you might have felt like the solution presented to you was pretty underwhelming. And with some autoimmune diseases being lifelong conditions (instead of temporary illnesses), you might be wondering if there's a better way to heal it for good.  In today's episode, we talk to Hana, a Rachel Scheer Nutrition client who found herself looking for a better solution to her ulcerative colitis diagnosis than what was initially presented to her. She talks about how she found Rachel Scheer Nutrition, and how it's helped her feel better than she ever expected! Chapters:0:00 - Introduction1:27 - Hana's diagnosis10:36 - Initial apprehensions18:23 - Progress after just 2 months26:15 - How healing has improved Hana's mindset32:47 - A more positive outlook on the future35:50 - Advice from Hana39:12 - ClosingFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer. 
Burnout often gets characterized as a badge of honor or a sign that you're successful in life, but for those of us that have experienced it before, we know it's no joke. The reality is that burnout is much different and much more significant than stress, which is often temporary and manageable, and it needs to be handled with attention and care. In today's episode, we talk to Dr. Amy Shah, double board certified MD and author of I'm So Effing Tired, about how to recognize when you might be burning out and how you can counteract it!Chapters:0:00 - Introduction1:40 - What is burnout?6:45 - How burnout can affect your sleep8:49 - Early symptoms of burnout21:01 - How burnout can affect women differently than men24:37 - How to prevent burnout as an athlete28:18 - Circadian fasting34:12 - Taking action against burnout38:07 - How to be more joyful in life45:45 - ClosingFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and @fastingmd on Instagram for more wellness tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer. 
Nutrition has been a hot topic for decades now, but would you be surprised to hear that we've never quite gotten it right? Our bodies are very complex machines, but new research on how our bodies interact with the food we eat might be shedding some light on which aspects of nutrition we've gotten right and which ones we've gotten wrong. In today's episode, we talk to Shawn Stevenson, author of Eat Smarter and host of The Model Health Show about what recent research has taught us about eating healthier. Spoilers: a traditional diet is not the answer!Chapters:2:16 - Fat loss and the importance of research16:51 - Where the idea of "Calories" came from36:06 - Inflammation50:04 - Foods that can help reduce inflammation1:10:10 - Shawn's "desert island" meal1:14:59 - Shawn's book, Eat SmarterFollow @RachelScheerNutrition and @ShawnModel on Instagram for more nutrition tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer. 
Have you ever been curious about what it would be like to work with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition? This week, we talk one of our very own clients, Elsie, and ask her about her experience working with the Rachel Scheer Nutrition team. We cover how she found us, what her initial thoughts and goals were, and where she is today! If you're looking to invest in your health, wellness, and nutrition, you might benefit from working with our team of trained and certified professionals.  Chapters:1:28 - How Elsie found Rachel Scheer Nutrition7:20 - Fish oil deficiencies11:59 - Elsie's "why"21:18 - The value of a supportive partner24:29 - "Can't" vs "Won't"26:26 - The changes Elsie's made and what that means moving forward28:51 - Advice for someone looking to start nutrition coachingFollow @RachelScheerNutrition on Instagram for more Scheer Nutrition tips!For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
Could intermittent fasting be the key to your elusive weight loss goals? Intermittent fasting might be trendy right now, but humans have been practicing it throughout history. There are many different ways to integrate intermittent fasting into your fitness and nutrition plans, but the best results are achieved by finding the type that best matches your body and your lifestyle. Chapters:0:41 - What is intermittent fasting?12:00 - Cellular regeneration and what it does to your body18:15 - How you brain can benefit from intermittent fasting23:52 - How intermittent fasting can affect body composition31:20 - How your gut health can benefit from intermittent fasting39:10 - When and why you might want to avoid intermittent fasting46:13 - Closing thoughtsFollow Christine on instagram @christine.thedietitianFollow @RachelScheerNutrition on Instagram for more Scheer Nutrition tips! For information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer.
Most people's immune systems aren't as effective as they could be, but did you know that one single vitamin supplement could dramatically improve your health? Vitamin D is found in lots of places, the sun included, but most people don't get nearly enough of it! In today's episode, we talk about what exactly Vitamin D does in the body and strategies for how you can work it back into your life! Topics in today's episode:0:00 - Overcoming COVID5:56 - A recent study by the Endocrine Society9:41 - How the immune system actually works13:19 - Why is Vitamin D so important?15:51 - How to boost your Vitamin D levelsFor information on working with us at Rachel Scheer Nutrition, fill out the application here.Podcast production for this episode by The Podcast Engineer. 
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