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Author: Dr. Adrienne Youdim

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Our health is impacted by our actions in obvious and not so obvious ways. What we eat, how we sleep, move, work, connect, and all the other ways in which we chose to live our lives- both big and small- impact our health and wellbeing in meaningful ways. Join Dr. Adrienne Youdim as she interviews thought leaders and experts about the small but actionable "health bites" we can all take to live well.
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In this episode of my Hungry for More series, I talk about how we should see obesity as more than just a cosmetic problem, but also as an alarming disease as well. Sine weight loss medication is one of the easy modern solutions to battle obesity, I discuss how do they help you in your weight loss journey, what are the drugs found in it, and what are their side effects. Always know that you are not alone in this! Highlights:How common is obesity and why should you learn more about itFind out the common FDA-approved weightloss drugs in the market other than the Fen-PhenWhat are the common misconceptions when it comes to weight lossYou are not alone in this journey to weight lossLearn more about the statistics of obesityIf you haven’t listened to previous episodes in my Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The Anatomy of Hunger: How Your Body Signals HungerEpisode 2: The Science Behind Emotional EatingEpisode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One)Episode 6: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part Two)Episode 7: 10 Practical Tips for Weight LossEpisode 10: Hunger for Perfection: How Your Perfectionism is Undermining Your SuccessMy new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.Check out the new 30-Day Journaling Mini-Course.Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! 
In this episode of my Hungry for More series, I talk about the benefits of hanging out with nature, or treating yourself to a walk in the greenery, for your health. I also share with you the different proven effects of nature on our physical and mental well-being and the difference between constantly being in an urban setting for work and giving yourself some time with nature once in a while.Highlights:How is nature more than just what we seeBreaking out of the urban: Why exposing yourself to green space is needed for your productivity and workWhy is our health so affected by nature and how can we use it to make ourselves betterIf you haven’t listened to previous episodes in my Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The Anatomy of Hunger: How Your Body Signals HungerEpisode 2: The Science Behind Emotional EatingEpisode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One)Episode 6: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part Two)Episode 7: 10 Practical Tips for Weight LossEpisode 10: Hunger for Perfection: How Your Perfectionism is Undermining Your SuccessMy new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.Check out the new 30-Day Journaling Mini-Course.Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! 
Sleep is something that is so essential to our health and our well-being; however, we might all be guilty of taking it for granted.Do you have trouble sleeping? Is it becoming increasingly difficult for you to stay healthy because you are too sleep-deprived? Do you want to set your sleeping habits on the right track and finally live a healthy and empowered life?One should be intentional in making it happen in order for this to workIn this episode of my Hungry for More series, I talk about how sleep should not be looked down upon as it is something that greatly contributes to our health and mental well-being. Practicing “all-nighters” and grinding without proper sleep or rest are lifestyles we should learn how to stop and be more aware of how this could affect us in the long run. I’ll be sharing with you some facts on why depriving yourself of sleep is a big no and how you can practice your mind and body to avoid these occurrences. Highlights:How is sleep a nutrient and how it can make or break your health now and in the long runHormones that you need to know about and how do they contribute to sleep and your health:Why is sleep architecture important and crucial in getting a good night's sleep?Find out strategies and techniques that could help you sleep at the right time or overcome insomniaLearn about the linkage between sleep and mood, and sleep and cognitionIf you haven’t listened to previous episodes in my Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The Anatomy of Hunger: How Your Body Signals HungerEpisode 2: The Science Behind Emotional EatingEpisode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One)Episode 6: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part Two)Episode 7: 10 Practical Tips for Weight LossEpisode 10: Hunger for Perfection: How Your Perfectionism is Undermining Your SuccessMy new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.Check out the new 30-Day Journaling Mini-Course.Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! 
In this installment of my Hungry for More series, I’m tackling another major barrier that people often face on their journey to healthy change: finding and maintaining motivation. No one will feel motivated 100% of the time, but there are some things you can do to help find and maintain your motivation to do difficult things.Highlights:The false assumption that being motivated means you’ll be inherently driven every single day.Why it’s important to manage your expectations about motivation.Identifying your “Why” and drawing motivation from it.How you can maintain motivation through reminders.Ways to maintain motivation by building awareness and presence through writing.How creating a routine can help build motivation.Aligning with the feeling of achievement and success to maintain and build motivation.If you haven’t listened to previous episodes in my Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 8: Can Exercise and Weight Loss Get a Divorce: Why Movement is a Spiritual ExperienceEpisode 9: Journaling: A Gateway to Awareness, Self-healing, and Transformative ChangeEpisode 10: Hunger for Perfection: How Your Perfectionism is Undermining Your SuccessEpisode 11: Falling Off the WagonEpisode 12: Addressing Challenges and Barriers to Achieve Lifestyle Change My new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net. Check out the new 30-Day Journaling Mini-Course. Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! 
I’m back for another installment of my Hungry for More series, and this time I’m tackling the challenges and barriers which prevent people from achieving the lifestyle changes they desire. In this episode, I cover why it is important to identify and name your challenges, and then I address the most common barrier I’ve encountered in both myself and my patients.Highlights:Why we all have barriers to change, and why it is important to anticipate them.The barrier that everyone faces, no matter who they are.How a time scarcity mindset limits your ability to prioritize yourself.Why it is important to set boundaries and make yourself a priority.Practical tips for addressing your lack of time and taking back your power to live in alignment with your goals.If you haven’t listened to previous episodes in my Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The Anatomy of Hunger: How Your Body Signals HungerEpisode 2: The Science Behind Emotional EatingEpisode 3: Why Mindset MattersEpisode 4: Self-Compassion: The Importance of Cultivating Kindness and Care Toward YourselfEpisode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One)Episode 6: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part Two)Episode 7: 10 Practical Tips for Weight LossEpisode 8: Can Exercise and Weight Loss Get a Divorce: Why Movement is a Spiritual ExperienceEpisode 9: Journaling: A Gateway to Awareness, Self-healing, and Transformative ChangeEpisode 10: Hunger for Perfection: How Your Perfectionism is Undermining Your SuccessEpisode 11: Falling Off the Wagon My new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.  Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! 
In this episode of my Hungry for More series, I talk about “falling off the wagon” during holidays and vacations and the mindsets that lead to and result from that. I discuss how our perceptions of vacation and perceptions of our actions affect our ability to stay on, fall off, or get back on the wagon and see success in the long run. Highlights:Vacation doesn’t have to be synonymous with indulgence.Why being mindful about food choices on vacation can actually increase your enjoyment.Exercise on vacation: punishment or leisure?What it really means to be “off the wagon.”How to approach your dietary setbacks now that you’re home.  If you haven’t listened to previous episodes in my Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The Anatomy of Hunger: How Your Body Signals HungerEpisode 2: The Science Behind Emotional EatingEpisode 3: Why Mindset MattersEpisode 4: Self-Compassion: The Importance of Cultivating Kindness and Care Toward YourselfEpisode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One)Episode 6: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part Two)Episode 7: 10 Practical Tips for Weight LossEpisode 8: Can Exercise and Weight Loss Get a Divorce: Why Movement is a Spiritual ExperienceEpisode 9: Journaling: A Gateway to Awareness, Self-healing, and Transformative ChangeEpisode 10: Hunger for Perfection: How Your Perfectionism is Undermining Your Success My new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net. Check out the new 30-Day Journaling Mini-Course.Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! 
I’m back for another installment of my Hungry for More series, and this week I’m talking about a chapter that resonates with most people: Hunger for Perfection. So many of us strive for perfection, but we fail to realize that by its very nature, perfection is unattainable, and trying to achieve it can lead to self-criticism and negative self-talk. In this episode, I discuss how to get past perfectionism and seek and embrace our own humanity. Highlights:How seeking perfection ultimately undermines your self-worth and interferes with your success.Why perfectionism is defeating, demoralizing, and impediment to personal growth.How perfectionism can often lead to a fear of failure, and in turn, a failure to even start.The antidote to perfectionism, and how it can lead to greater overall well-being.A writing practice to help embrace our imperfections and our own humanity.If you haven’t listened to previous episodes in my Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The Anatomy of Hunger: How Your Body Signals HungerEpisode 2: The Science Behind Emotional EatingEpisode 3: Why Mindset MattersEpisode 4: Self-Compassion: The Importance of Cultivating Kindness and Care Toward YourselfEpisode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One)Episode 6: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part Two)Episode 7: 10 Practical Tips for Weight LossEpisode 8: Can Exercise and Weight Loss Get a Divorce: Why Movement is a Spiritual ExperienceEpisode 9: Journaling: A Gateway to Awareness, Self-Healing, and Transformative ChangeMy new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.  Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! 
This week I’m chatting with Coach Kiah, a life coach who has lost over 100 pounds after learning the right mental tools to find self-love and take control over her thoughts. She now helps others on their own journeys to health and happiness by teaching them those same tools to cut through the negativity and create a life of joy and happiness from the inside out. We talk about her journey and the importance of cultivating the right mindset for success. Highlights:Hear Coach Kiah’s story and what she discovered about mindset while on her health journey.The power of language and the difference between thinking of things as a choice or a punishment.Why you don’t have to believe every thought you have.You are not alone: acknowledging common humanity and the fact that everyone struggles.How journaling can impact your physical and mental well-being.The importance of cultivating positive self-acceptance.To learn more about Coach Kiah, visit her website or check out her podcast, Climbing with Coach Kiah.Follow Coach Kiah on social media: Facebook and Instagram.My new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net. Check out the new 30-Day Journaling Mini-Course.Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! 
In this next installment of my Hungry for More series, I talk about a practice that is near and dear to my heart: journaling. Pulling from both personal experience and scientific studies, I discuss how journaling has been shown to have numerous mental and physical health benefits. I also make recommendations for how you can get started with your own journaling practice and experience the awareness, self-healing, and transformative change that can come with it.Highlights:Learn how journaling can help with behaviors like rumination and brooding.Explore the impact that journaling can have on your mood.Find out what physical benefits journaling can offer and how the mind and body are connected.Take away some of my recommended journaling prompts.If you haven’t listened to previous episodes in my Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The Anatomy of Hunger: How Your Body Signals HungerEpisode 2: The Science Behind Emotional EatingEpisode 3: Why Mindset MattersEpisode 4: Self-Compassion: The Importance of Cultivating Kindness and Care Toward YourselfEpisode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One)Episode 6: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part Two)Episode 7: 10 Practical Tips for Weight LossEpisode 8: Can Exercise and Weight Loss Get a Divorce: Why Movement is a Spiritual ExperienceMy new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net. Check out the new 30-Day Journaling Mini-Course. Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook!  
Continuing with my Hungry for More series, this week I discuss why exercise is about so much more than weight loss. I cover the numerous mental and spiritual benefits of exercise along with the various physical benefits of different types of exercise.Highlights:Learn the minimum amount of exercise per day to get some benefit (it’s lower than you think!).Find out how physical stress can impact your tolerance for psychological stress.See how exercise offers opportunities for mindfulness.Discover how exercise can impact your mood and cognition.Explore how labelling yourself can limit your possibilities.Learn why it’s important to do different types of exercises. If you haven’t listened to previous episodes in my Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The Anatomy of Hunger: How Your Body Signals HungerEpisode 2: The Science Behind Emotional EatingEpisode 3: Why Mindset MattersEpisode 4: Self-Compassion: The Importance of Cultivating Kindness and Care Toward YourselfEpisode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One)Episode 6: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part Two)Episode 7: 10 Practical Tips for Weight Loss My new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.  Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook!    
In this episode of my Hungry for More series, I stick to the basics and offer 10 practical tips for weight loss. I cover things such as establishing your routine, not skipping meals, getting proper amounts of sleep, and yes, even exercise. Implementing these 10 strategies for weight loss will help you achieve true, long-lasting results.Highlights:Learn why routines are important for your weight loss journey.Discover how you can create an environment for success.Find out why I never recommend skipping meals.Learn why eating in terms of abundance is the best way to get proper nutrition.See how meal replacements can help you reach your nutritional goals.Learn about adequate hydration and calorie-dense beverages.Explore how sleep is related to weight loss.Find out which types of exercise are truly helpful in weight loss. If you haven’t listened to previous episodes in the Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The anatomy and physiology of our hungers - listen to it here.Episode 2: The science behind emotional eating and what we can do to overcome it - listen to it here.Episode 3: Mindset and how it can affect your chances of success - listen to it here.Episode 4: The importance of cultivating self-compassion – listen to it here.Episode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One) – listen to it here.Episode 6: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part Two) – listen to it here. Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! My new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.  If you've enjoyed this episode of Health Bite, please leave a review and let us know.If you know someone that might benefit from this episode, please share.
This week we are back for part two of The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition, part of my Hungry for More series in which we explore and learn about the physiologic, emotional, and spiritual aspects of our hunger. Today I discuss the final two pillars, explore why they are important for nourishment, and provide tips and tricks for implementing these concepts in your life.Highlights:Learn how your mindset affects your performance and your health.Explore the importance of self-compassion and the three elements of practicing it.Discover the benefits of being in and engaging with nature.Learn about introspective and creative practices which can help process emotions and improve cognition.Find out how to learn to set boundaries and make time for priorities.See the importance of overcoming barriers and setting routines.Learn how to create an environment for success. If you haven’t listened to previous episodes in the Hungry for More series, go back and check them out to deepen your understanding of hunger:Episode 1: The anatomy and physiology of our hungers - listen to it here.Episode 2: The science behind emotional eating and what we can do to overcome it - listen to it here.Episode 3: Mindset and how it can affect your chances of success - listen to it here.Episode 4: The importance of cultivating self-compassion – listen to it here.Episode 5: The Five Pillars of Nourishment and Nutrition (Part One) – listen to it here. Listen to the episode on Food Addiction: Truth or Fiction with Dr. Vera Tarman here. Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! My new book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.   If you've enjoyed this episode of Health Bite, please leave a review and let us know.If you know someone that might benefit from this episode, please share.
This is the fifth episode of my Hungry for More series, and this week I am giving you hands-on tips for approaching nutrition. I discuss the first three of the five pillars of nourishment and nutrition, explaining why each is important and providing actionable steps to for you to implement them.Highlights:The word diet, how we think about it, and why a diet of abundance is best for youThe importance of macronutrients and what you should be eatingWhy exercise is important for more than just weight lossHow much sleep you should be getting, and how the quality of your sleep can affect your health If you haven’t listened to previous episodes in the Hungry for More series, I recommend them!Episode 1: The anatomy and physiology of our hungers - listen to it here.Episode 2: The science behind emotional eating and what we can do to overcome it - listen to it here.Episode 3: Mindset and how it can affect your chances of success - listen to it here.Episode 4: The importance of cultivating self-compassion – listen to it here.  Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! My new book Hungry For More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net. 
In this fourth installment of our Hungry for More series, I explore the idea of self-compassion, and how this is essential to our growth and our evolution. I discuss the three main elements of self-compassion, and I offer actionable steps to help you learn to cultivate kindness and understanding toward yourself.Highlights:Discover how your response to imperfections can affect your chances of success.Learn why it’s important to develop a sense of common humanity.Find out how mindfulness can help you to interrupt the automatic routine of self-critical thinking.Explore ways to practice self-compassion and experience successful changes in your health and well-being. If you haven’t listened to the first episode in this hunger series, where I discuss the anatomy and physiology of our hungers, listen to it here.The second episode on hunger, discussing the science behind emotional eating and what we can do to overcome it, can be found here.The third episode in my hunger series, where I talk about mindset and how it can affect your chances of success, can be found here. Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! My new book Hungry For More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.
In this third episode exploring the science behind our hunger, I cover how our mindset affects our body’s ability to lose weight. Drawing from scientific studies, I demonstrate how a growth mindset and positive self-acceptance improve your likelihood of healthy behaviors and success with weight loss.Highlights:Discover the difference between growth mindsets and fixed trait mindsets, and see how each of these affects our abilities.Learn about epigenetics and why it matters for weight loss.Find out how self-acceptance or self-deprecation changes your behaviors.Hear how our perceptions of ourselves and our behaviors affect our chances of success. If you haven’t listened to the first episode in this hunger series, where I discuss the anatomy and physiology of our hungers, listen to it here.The second episode on hunger, discussing the science behind emotional eating and what we can do to overcome it, can be found here.To learn more about Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck and her work on mindset, view her Stanford profile or buy her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. Find more inspiration, join my newsletter, or see my curated collection of supplements and protein bars at dradrienneyoudim.com.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! Adrienne’s new book Hungry For More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.
This week I’m continuing to explore the science of hunger, focusing specifically on emotional eating, emotional hunger, and the truth that we are all emotional eaters, whether we like it or not. I dive into how the connection between food and our emotions is hardwired into our DNA and into our neurochemistry, and I explore what you can do to help overcome this.Highlights:Learn how satiety hormones, which help you feel full, are related to our emotions.Learn about the limbic system, which is responsible for processing emotions and pleasure, and how it is linked to eating.Find out how dopamine causes us to seek out highly palatable foods more frequently.Why comfort foods may not be as comforting as you think.Discover possible solutions for emotional eating. If you haven’t listened to the first episode in this hunger series, where I discuss the anatomy and physiology of our hunger, listen to it here.Food Addiction: Truth Or Fiction With Vera Tarman listen here.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! Dr. Adrienne’s new book Hungry For More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available for preorder! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net. 
With the launch of my new book--Hungry For More: Stories and Science To Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out-- releasing soon, I’ve taken a moment to share some insights around ‘hunger’. I hope that you enjoy this first episode in the series, where I share about the science behind hunger. If you’ve ever wondered why health experts recommend eating slowly, or the cause of ‘yo-yo’ dieting then this is the episode where it will all make sense! Highlights:Learn what doctors know about the science of hunger.Gain a deeper understanding of how your body signals your brain to feel full.Learn what types of foods signal satiety, the feeling of being full, to the brain. Why it could be possible that dieting actually makes you more hungry! Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! Dr. Adrienne’s new book Hungry For More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available for preorder! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net. 
JZ holds a master's degree in Kinesiology and has over 20 years experience as a fitness expert and over 14 years of nutrition experience working in both clinical weight loss and age management medicine. JZ recently launched her JZ Fitness lifestyle course, she’s an Orangetheory Fitness coach, she writes the fitness programming for Matthew Mcconaughey's not-for-profit JK Livin program and she is the fitness and nutrition counselor for Optimal Medical Group.  This week she talks with me about being an athlete but still feeling like she wasn’t thin enough. We discuss the risks of being too thin, along with healthy ways to view foods. HighlightsThe myth that exercising equals weight loss and the true benefits of exercise. How being too thin can worsen your overall health. Where to really start if you want to begin to introduce more exercise into your daily routine. The Tabata method and how you can use it when starting a new exercise goal. What is exercise? It’s probably not what you think! How do you get your children started on the right path with eating healthy? Learn about Jennifer Zerling on her website.Check out her course JZ Fitness Lifestyle Course.Follow Jennifer Zerling on social media Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, and Twitter.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! Dr. Adrienne’s new book Hungry For More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available for preorder! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping, use the code freeship at hungryformore.net.  If you've enjoyed this episode of Health Bite, please leave a review and let us know.If you know someone that might benefit from this episode, please share.
This week I talked with Robyn Goldberg. She’s a certified eating disorder registered dietitian and supervisor through the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. She is also the author of The Eating Disorder Trap: A Guide For Clinicians And Loved Ones. On this episode, Robyn and I talk about eating disorders, body image, intuitive eating, and the importance of identifying our true hunger. HighlightsWhat is the most common eating disorder? It may surprise you. What your mothers relationship with food has to do with you.How your routine may be sabotaging your mindful eating effortsWhy your mindset might be more important than the food you consume. Learn about Robyn Goldberg’s private practice on her website.Check out her Podcast and book The Eating Disorder Trap: A Guide for Clinicians and Loved Ones.Follow Robyn Goldberg on social media Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! Dr. Adrienne’s new book Hungry For More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From The Inside Out is now available for preorder! If you’d like a hardcover, personalized, autographed copy with free shipping use the code freeship at hungryformore.net. If you've enjoyed this episode of Health Bite, please leave a review and let us know.If you know someone that might benefit from this episode please share.
This week I spoke with Dr. Prianca Naik, an internist who has shifted her medical practice to a coaching practice called Stress Cleanse MD. Learn about what prompted her shift and how she knew it was time for a change. You’ll also hear about what Dr. Naik calls “brain’nados’” and how she found her way out of the chaos. HighlightsWhat prompted Dr. Naik to look into Life Coaching.How Life Coaching created a life-changing experience for Dr. Naik.Can you have a physical response to stress? What you can do right now when you experience negative or stressful emotions to help manage those feelings. To learn more about Dr. Prianca Naik, check out her website.Follow Dr. Prianca Naik on social media Facebook Group, Instagram, and LinkedIn.Don’t forget to follow Dehl Nutrition on Instagram and Facebook! Get on the waitlist for Dr. Adrienne’s book  Hungry For More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight loss from the Inside Out at hungryformore.netIf you've enjoyed this episode of Health Bite, please leave a review and let us know.If you know someone that might benefit from this episode please share.
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