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Author: Dr. Adrienne Youdim

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Fed up with today's wellness culture? Tired of gimmicks, quick fixes, and false promises? Tired of fear-based tactics filled with judgment and shame? 

Join Dr. Adrienne Youdim, a board-certified internist and physician nutrition specialist committed to empowering you with evidence-based yet compassionate 'health bites' to help you achieve greater physical, mental, and emotional well-being. 

Here you can expect expert no-nonsense guidance in nutrition, fitness, habit change, and mindset that she uses in her medical practice every day that will leave you feeling motivated, empowered, and inspired. 

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Loss and trauma are universal, whether big or small. In this episode, we delve into how these experiences shape us and our progeny. Let's break the stigma and start the healing process together.Did you know that trauma can be passed down through generations? Discover the science behind it and how Dr. Adrienne Youdim helps us navigate our own challenges with resilience.Tune in to Health Bite for an eye-opening discussion. From acknowledging our losses to healing our DNA, this episode off...
Are you afraid of anger? Learn how to lean into this emotion and use it as a tool for positive change in your health and wellness.In this episode, Dr. Adrienne Youdim delves into the emotion of anger, inspired by recent data on its impact on the heart and an article on the benefits of restraint. She explores the relevance of this topic in today's world filled with anger and invites listeners to join her in understanding and managing this powerful emotion. Learn how anger affec...
Dive into the power of pivot and explore your heart's calling in the latest episode of Health Bite podcast. Join Dr. Adrienne Youdim as she shares her journey of pivoting in the medical field and embracing change on this week's episode. As a triple board-certified physician, Dr. Adrienne Youdim experienced her own pivots in the medical field. From academia to preventive medicine, and now to sharing a deeper message of self-worth and compassion. It's all about evolving and following our t...
Feeling the effects of seasonal allergies? Are seasonal allergies putting a damper on your spring vibes?In this week's episode of Health Bite, Dr. Adrienne Youdim dives into the science behind seasonal allergies and offers practical tips to manage them naturally and holistically.From prevention to diet tips, this episode has everything you need to tackle those pesky symptoms and embrace the beauty of the season.Listen now for expert advice on staying healthy and thriving during allergy season...
We are on a spring kick this month and we're building on last week's episode where we talked about the impact of the spring season on our minds and bodies to dig into seasonal eating. and specifically how we can take advantage of the offerings of this season and align with eating for spring to attain optimal health and wellbeing. In this episode, we explore the nutrition of the season - from leafy greens to berries to cruciferous veggies. Learn how these foods can nourish not only our bo...
Join us on the latest episode of Health Bite podcast as we explore how the arrival of spring can impact our health and well-being. From circadian rhythms to vitamin D, we cover it all! In this episode, we celebrate the four-year anniversary of the podcast, highlighting Adrienne’s passion for empowering listeners to live well by redefining nutrition to include physical, mental, and emotional nourishment. Dr. Adrienne Youdim, a triple board-certified internist, obesity medicine, and physician n...
It's the first week of April and it is spring and it feels like a great time to get pro-active about our health, and we are glad you are here because we are going to talk about some of the important news headlines in health, nutrition, weight loss and wellbeing.This episode of Health Bite covers important news in health, nutrition, weight loss, and wellbeing, including the FDA's approval of a new indication for Semaglutide, the rise of colon cancer in younger adults, and the identificat...
Discover the power of self-compassion in this episode of Health Bite with host Dr. Adrienne Youdim. Hear how a simple act of self-hug resonated with hundreds of executives and learn why self-compassion is crucial for our relationship with food, our bodies, and ourselves. Dr. Adrienne Youdim, a triple board-certified internist, obesity medicine, and physician nutrition specialist, delves into the importance of redefining nutrition to include physical, mental, and emotional nourishment. Tu...
Feeling wound up and reactive lately?In this week's episode of Health Bite, Dr. Adrienne Youdim dives into the science behind reactivity and shares practical ways to manage it. Tune in for valuable insights on how to regain control over your responses.Listen now for tips on creating space between triggers and reactions, nourishing your body for better responses, and setting yourself up for success.Don't miss out on this empowering episode! What You’ll Learn From Today’s EpisodeReact...
Exciting news in the world of anti-obesity meds.Check out the latest episode of Health Bite podcast where Dr. Adrienne Youdim discusses the groundbreaking updates on the drug Wegovy. Wegovy , the anti-obesity med, has been making waves with its ability to reduce cardiovascular risk in addition to aiding weight loss. Dr. Youdim breaks down the latest data and what it means for public health. Tune in now! What You’ll Learn From this EpisodeLearn about Wegovy: Understand how Wegov...
Everyone wants to lose weight and feel better about themselves, which requires making positive changes in their lives.The challenge lies in maintaining motivation and consistency, especially when faced with setbacks, negative self-talk, and the temptation to give up.Corinne Crabtree is a weight loss coach that has helped thousands of women in their weight loss journey after having completed her own losing over a hundred pounds and having kept it off for over 15 years.Corrine prides herself on...
It's the last week of February, and you didn't think I forgot about women's heart health, did you? February, of course, is not only the month of love and the heart, but also the women's heart and heart health. Perhaps you didn't know that the number one cause of death in women in the U.S. is heart disease. It's true, not breast cancer, but cardiovascular disease. But as always, there is good news here because heart disease in women is very preventable, or at least the risk fact...
Feeling lonely and disconnected? Looking for practical ways to manage those feelings and foster a sense of connection and belonging? Look no further!In this episode of Health Bite, Dr. Adrienne Youdim shares valuable insights on the importance of connection and its impact on our health and wellbeing. Loneliness is not just a bad feeling, it has tangible consequences on our physical and mental health. But the good news is, we can change our perception and reframe our narrative to cultivate mea...
Feeling lonely and disconnected? Struggling to find a sense of belonging? You're not alone.In this heartfelt podcast episode, Dr. Adrienne shares their own experiences of the challenges of belonging. She discusses the importance of belonging on our health and of embracing difficult emotions.Discover how to change your perception of loneliness and create a sense of connectedness and community. Learn about self-compassion practices and mind-body techniques that can help you navigate...
Have you ever felt totally tapped out, like totally zapped of all your energy? Maybe you're overwhelmed by world affairs, the check boxes on your to-do list, family obligations, or just zapped and don't know why? This week, we're going to double down on last week's highly downloaded episode and focus on one point, how to better budget your body and your energy. This episode explores the concept of our body's budget and how understanding it can increase our resilience in managing emo...
If you struggle with emotional eating, this podcast episode offers a game-changing perspective. Dr. Adrienne Youdim introduces the research of Dr. Lisa Feldman Barret, who challenges the conventional wisdom that emotions are automatic reactions to events. Instead, Dr. Barrett suggests that our brain predicts emotions based on past experiences, our body's budget, and the current situation. By understanding and modifying these ingredients, we can take control of our emotions. Dr...
Start your day off right with a powerful morning routine. Dr. Adrienne Youdim, a triple board-certified internist, shares her top 10 tips for staying aligned with your goals. From getting a restful sleep to avoiding screens and prioritizing self-care, these steps will set you up for success.Discover the profound link between physical and emotional well-being and learn how to incorporate diet, sleep, movement, and contemplative practices into your daily routine.Join Dr. Adrienne Youdim's trans...
How many of you have resolved to get more movement in your life, if not for weight loss, but for all the other benefits? Mental health focus, energy, productivity, or just generalized well-being? As I've often said, I wish exercise and weight loss would just get a divorce because the benefits of moving your body are so much more profound than the numbers on the scale. But if you've been out of the game for a bit, you may feel intimidated or just don't know where to start. Wel...
Everyone wants to receive weight loss advice and find effective strategies for sustainable weight and wellness.The challenge is that people often blame themselves for their weight gain or inability to maintain a healthy lifestyle. They feel guilty and beat themselves up, which hinders their ability to make positive changes.Practicing forgiveness can be a powerful tool in weight loss and overall well-being. By forgiving ourselves for past mistakes and shortcomings, we can create a sense of con...
Are you tired of the same old 'New Year, New You' clichés? What if I told you there's a way to embrace the new year's potential without the fear-driven clickbait? I love the possibilities of a new year, the possibility of a fresh start. It's energizing and it's well filled with possibility, but I'm not so much for the “new year, new you” clickbait-y messaging, the subliminal messaging that suggests we're not good enough and tries to motivate us into action from a place of fear and lack. ...
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