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TMHS 336: The Surprising Connection Between Your Microbiome And Your Lifespan - With Guest Dr. Steven Gundry

TMHS 336: The Surprising Connection Between Your Microbiome And Your Lifespan - With Guest Dr. Steven Gundry

Update: 2019-02-2015
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Have you ever thought about how long you will live? Have you ever considered what the late years of your life might look like? Just because aging is inevitable doesn’t mean that we have to sit back as our minds and bodies deteriorate over time.

While there is no fountain of youth, and no one can predict the future of medical advances, we aren’t totally helpless. There are certain tools and strategies you can take advantage of now to ensure not only a longer life, but a longer quality of life. In Dr. Steven Gundry’s new book, The Longevity Paradox, he highlights new research linking our quality of life to the overall function and health of our microbiomes.

On today’s show, Dr. Gundry is sharing incredible tips about sustaining longevity through your current habits and behaviors. You’ll learn about cultivating a healthy microbiome, how to eat for longevity, and how to protect your brain health as you age. I find Dr. Gundry’s work to be incredibly enlightening and empowering and I hope this episode will inspire you to become even more proactive about your health, and change the way you think about aging. Enjoy!

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • The shocking truth about our changing death rates.
  • What Dr. Gundry learned from living in a Blue Zone.
  • The importance of cultivating a youthful microbiome.
  • How your microbiome can control your appetite and cravings.
  • Why “calories in, calories out” doesn’t paint the full picture.
  • How the human microbiome has evolvedover time.
  • The gold standard procedure for diagnosing Celiac disease.
  • How to promote diversityof your microbiome.
  • Why mucus is important for longevity.
  • The link between your skin and your gut health.
  • How antibiotics end up in our food supply (even when it’s labeled antibiotic free)!
  • The two main killersof the microbiome.
  • How modern farming practices destroy the microbiome and contribute to leaky gut.
  • Why eating six small meals a day is harmful for longevity and brain health.
  • What the calorie restriction mimicking diet is.
  • Why changing your diet seasonallyis good for your microbiome.

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As someone who didn’t like vegetables as a child, smoothies played a huge role in helping me begin consuming quality nutrition and resetting my palate. This is the case for many people—smoothies can be an incredible vehicle for getting in nutrients and starting your day off on the right foot. But not all smoothies are created equal, and it’s important to be mindful of what is going in your blender. If you’re not paying close attention to what you’re putting in your smoothie, it can be easy to overload on calories and sugar, raise your insulin levels, or create a concoction that is totally contradictory to your goals. A health-promoting smoothie contains an essential foundation of fiber, protein, and micronutrients. Most importantly, your smoothie should be tailored to help you on your own unique journey. This episode is all about helping you maximize the health benefits of the amazing smoothie. You’ll learn how to avoid the most common smoothie pitfalls. We’re also going to cover the number one question you should ask yourself before you fire up your blender. Smoothies can be a powerful tool for you to transform your nutrition, and I hope you’ll carry these tips into your routine in order to get the results you want. In this episode you’ll discover: How incorporating smoothies can help you reset your palate. Why drinking smoothies helped me personally in transforming my health. The number one questionyou should ask yourself before making a smoothie. The incredible health benefits of turmeric. How to incorporate superfoodsinto your smoothie. Why consuming too much sugar (even from fruit) can lead to fat creation in the body. The shocking amount of sugar that is found in common store-bought smoothies. Specific examples of resistant starches. How to get the maximum health benefitsof flax and chia seeds. Why your smoothie should contain fiber. How to get more protein in your smoothie. The benefits of whole food protein sources. How to ensure your smoothie will keep you satiated. Why you should drink your smoothie more slowly and mindfully. Items mentioned in this episode include: Intellibed.com/modelhealth⇐ Redeem your exclusive discount + free shipping! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Take Control of Your Financial Health with Jemal King – Episode 325 Secrets to a Healthy Family with Braden Stevenson – Episode 326 The Connection Between Microbiome and Lifespan with Dr. Gundry – Episode 336 Your Body’s Hidden Fat Loss System with Dr. Alan Christianson – Episode 332 The Metabolism Reset Diet by Dr. Alan Christianson The History of Soda – Episode 284 * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 336: The Surprising Connection Between Your Microbiome And Your Lifespan - With Guest Dr. Steven Gundry
Have you ever thought about how long you will live? Have you ever considered what the late years of your life might look like? Just because aging is inevitable doesn’t mean that we have to sit back as our minds and bodies deteriorate over time. While there is no fountain of youth, and no one can predict the future of medical advances, we aren’t totally helpless. There are certain tools and strategies you can take advantage of now to ensure not only a longer life, but a longer quality of life. In Dr. Steven Gundry’s new book, The Longevity Paradox, he highlights new research linking our quality of life to the overall function and health of our microbiomes. On today’s show, Dr. Gundry is sharing incredible tips about sustaining longevity through your current habits and behaviors. You’ll learn about cultivating a healthy microbiome, how to eat for longevity, and how to protect your brain health as you age. I find Dr. Gundry’s work to be incredibly enlightening and empowering and I hope this episode will inspire you to become even more proactive about your health, and change the way you think about aging. Enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: The shocking truth about our changing death rates. What Dr. Gundry learned from living in a Blue Zone. The importance of cultivating a youthful microbiome. How your microbiome can control your appetite and cravings. Why “calories in, calories out” doesn’t paint the full picture. How the human microbiome has evolvedover time. The gold standard procedure for diagnosing Celiac disease. How to promote diversityof your microbiome. Why mucus is important for longevity. The link between your skin and your gut health. How antibiotics end up in our food supply (even when it’s labeled antibiotic free)! The two main killersof the microbiome. How modern farming practices destroy the microbiome and contribute to leaky gut. Why eating six small meals a day is harmful for longevity and brain health. What the calorie restriction mimicking diet is. Why changing your diet seasonallyis good for your microbiome. Items mentioned in this episode include: Thrivemarket.com/modelhealth⇐ 25% off your entire 1storder + free shipping! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Foods That Are Fighting Against Us with Dr. Steven Gundry – Episode 249 The Plant Paradox by Dr. Steven Gundry The Longevity Paradox by Dr. Steven Gundry The Dr. Gundry Podcast iTunes/ Stitcher Connect with Dr. Gundry Website/ Twitter/ Supplements * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud  
TMHS 335: How Sex Helps You Live A Longer, Healthier Life
Science agrees: sex is good. Engaging in regular sexual activity not only feels great, but also has many health-promoting benefits. Because sex is so taboo in our culture, no one is really talking about this. That’s why I wanted to dig into the research and bring you a comprehensive look into how sex can help you live a longer and healthier life. You probably already know that sex releases endorphins and contributes to cardiovascular health. But what if I told you that sex can promote cell growth in your brain, relieve pain similarly to morphine, and increase your overall functionality? Today you’re going to learn the latest research on how having an active sex life can contribute to your mood, cognitive function, and general well-being. You’ll hear studies linking sexual activity to increased heart function, improved sleep, and a more powerful immune system. Additionally, I’m sharing a few tips for maintaining a healthy sex life. So click play, and let’s talk about sex! In this episode you’ll discover: How sex is linked to cognitive function. The most powerful sexual organin your body (it’s not what you think!) How sex triggers neurogenesis in the brain. The hormones that are released during sex, and how they improve cognitive skills. What the science says about sex and heart health. How many calories are burned during sexual activity. Which muscles are strengthened during sex. How regular ejaculation can decrease the risk of prostate cancer in men. Which hormone is known as “the cuddle hormone.” The impact that frequent sex has on your body’s immune system. How cortisol can help you get a better night’s sleep. Why sexual intimacy can lead to less stress. Tips for maintaining a healthy sex lifeas you age. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Intellibed.com/modelhealth⇐ Redeem your exclusive discount + free shipping! How Your Level of Self Love Impacts Your Health – Episode 269 Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 334: Keto Myths And How To Go Complete Keto - With Guest Drew Manning
The ketogenic diet is generating a lot of buzz these days. Headlines often refer to it as a fad, Atkins 2.0, and even warn of its potential issues long-term. But let's all remember this important fact: there isn’t one perfect diet suited for all humans. From bio-individuality to lifestyle differences, we all operate a little differently. If done correctly, the ketogenic diet can be a powerful tool for burning fat, finding mental clarity, and improving digestion. To better understand the basic mechanisms of how keto works, today I’m bringing you one of the most qualified experts I know—Drew Manning. Drew is a NY Times bestselling author and outstanding coach who has done the research, written an awesome book about keto, and (most importantly) he walks his talk. His new book, Complete Keto, is much more than your average cookbook. It covers all bases, from a basic framework of eating and biology, to the myths surrounding the keto diet. Additionally, Drew taps into the mindset shifts and emotional breakthroughs that are part of any lifestyle change. If you’re thinking about making keto part of your life, you’re going to need this information to succeed. Enjoy this conversation with the one and only Drew Manning! In this episode you’ll discover: How to maintain muscle mass on a ketogenic diet. The mental benefits of following keto. How to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. Why your brain loves ketones. The neuroprotective benefits of the ketogenic diet. What the keto flu is, and how to alleviate its symptoms. The average amount of time it takes for the human body to get in ketosis. Why it’s so difficult to overeat on a ketogenic diet. The preferred testing method to determine if your body is in ketosis. How ketosis can help your body tap into stored fat. The shocking world record for consecutive number of days fasting. What gluconeogenesis is. The types of carbohydrates to eat on the keto diet. Why salt has been demonized, and its crucial role in the body. The truth about eating fat. How mental and emotional healing play into weight loss. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Onnit.com/Model⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! The Top 10 Ways to Fortify Your Immune System – Episode 321 5 Tips for a Healthy Liver – Episode 68 Unbreakable by Thom Shea Complete Keto by Drew Manning on Amazonand Fit2Fat2Fit * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 333: Dangerous Chemicals Hidden In Our Food Supply & The Food Industry's Playbook - With Guest Vani Hari
It’s no secret, there’s a lot of confusion out there about what to eat. One day a popular article states the numerous health benefits of coconut oil, and the next day it’s labeled as poison. And while it’s true that sometimes the science changes, that’s rarely what’s going on here. It’s important that we understand where these studies come from, who is funding them, and why they’re being promoted. Vani Hari, also known as the Food Babe, has advocated for not only herself, but all of us by challenging food companies and organizations and holding them accountable for their actions. Today, she is here to share information from her new book, Feeding You Lies.Vani is discussing the details behind how nutrition research is manipulated, and how the food industry generates fake information. I hope this episode inspires you to become your own advocate for your health, and to understand where your food comes from. More importantly, I hope Vani’s story reminds you to never underestimate your power to cultivate change in the world. So click play, and enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: The difference between fast food in the US and overseas. How the food industry is similar to the tobacco industry. Which two manufacturersuse the most sugar in their products. How diet soda triggers cravings and contributes to weight gain. What cellulose is, and how it is used in popular grocery items. The meaning and purpose of trade groups. How food industries incite smear campaigns. The importance of understanding where informationcomes from (and who funds it!) What astroturfing is. The reality behind a trans-fat free label. Why the gluten-free label can be misleading. The truth about GMOs and non-GMO labeling. Three importantquestions you should ask yourself before you eat. Items mentioned in this episode include: Themodelhealthshow.com/sport⇐ Get a free bottle of Shroom Tech Sport from Onnit! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! The History of Soda – Episode 284 The Pros and Cons of Coconut Oil – Episode 227 Pre-Order Feeding You Liesby Vani Hari The Food Babe Wayby Vani Hari Connect with Vani Website/ Facebook/ Twitter/ Instagram * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud  
TMHS 332: Your Body's Hidden Fat Loss System & The Metabolism Reset Diet - With Guest Dr. Alan Christianson
If you do a lot of reading, you’ve probably seen tons of books and articles about topics like mental health, heart health, and gut health. But there’s one incredibly important, powerhouse organ that has been overlooked in this conversation—the liver. In ancient cultures, the liver was thought to be at the root of human consciousness and self-awareness. But today, most folks hardly consider the health or function of their liver—and when they do, it’s typically after a night of drinking. The truth is, our livers play a huge role in hormone function, digestion, fat burning, and creating energy. That’s why when I read Dr. Alan Christianson’s new book, The Metabolism Reset Diet, I felt like my wish had been granted! His smart, science-based approach to restoring liver function is exactly what has been missing from common knowledge. On today’s show, Dr. Christianson is sharing the basic mechanisms behind the liver, why it matters, and how you can hit the reset button on your metabolism. In this episode you’ll discover: The one thing that naturally thin people have in their favor. How your body’s metabolism really works. What leaky liveris (and how it plays a role in diabetes). The three compartments in which the body stores fat. How lipogenesis occurs in the body. The two surprising sources of toxins. How medications and supplements can interfere with liver function. Why fatty liver disease happens. What your liver and your muscles have in common. The role of glycogen in liver function, and why it matters. The truth about alcohol consumption. A list of specific nutrients that are essential to liver health. How to properly incorporate shakes into your diet. The link between leaky gut and liver function. Why sleep is critical for the health of your liver. The biggest source of pollutionthat we are exposed to. Items mentioned in this episode include: Transformationalnutrition.com/fullheart⇐ Save your seat  for the webinar! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Thrivemarket.com/modelhealth⇐ 25% off your entire 1storder + free shipping! 5 Tips for a Healthy Liver – Episode 68 The Metabolism Reset Diet by Dr. Alan Christianson The Adrenal Reset Diet by Dr. Alan Christianson Join the free 7-Day Metabolism Reset Connect with Dr. Christianson Website/ Facebook/ Twitter/ Instagram * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 331: The Muscle-Brain Connection
You probably already know that proper nutrition and a solid sleep schedule play a huge role in your brain health and function. And with incurable neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia on the rise, it’s important to take control and implement preventative measures to protect your incredible brain. On today’s show, we’re diving into the powerful science of the muscle-brain connection—specifically how exercising your body in turn strengthens your brain. You’re going to learn about numerous studies that link physical activity with cognitive function, memory, IQ, and creativity. Most importantly, this episode will arm you with actionable steps you can implement, including three key exercises you can use to strengthen your miraculous brain. So click play, get ready to take notes, and let’s supercharge our brain health! In this episode you’ll discover: How exercise can make you more productive and efficient. The link between strength training and brain plasticity. What BDNFis and why it’s so important for brain function. How exercise contributes to the function of your hippocampus. The incredible link between IQ scores and daily exercise. How strength training can help you cope with stress. The role exercise plays in reproductive health. Why your brain needs balance training. Specific exercises and equipment you can use to improve your balance. The importance of being functional in your workouts. What proprioception is, and what you can do to increase it. The three main types of exercise your brain craves. How walking can improve your memory and creativity. The number one exerciseyour genes expect you to do. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Onnit.com/Model⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! 5 Things to Quit Doing in 2019 – Episode 327 How to Create a Healthy Brain with Dr. Wendy Suzuki – Episode 186 How to Beat Anxiety with Craig Ballantyne – Episode 322 The Fat Loss Code * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 330: The Science Of Hunger And The Set Point Diet - With Guest Jonathan Bailor
Among the many illnesses plaguing the Western world, diabesity, the intersection between diabetes and obesity, is becoming increasingly prevalent. This is a deadly heath epidemic, and clearly the traditional model of “eat less and exercise more” is just not enough for many folks who are battling diabesity. The solution to solving diabesity isn’t as simple as many people have been led to believe. Fighting diabesity involves improving multiple systems within the body, and naturally lowering the body’s setpoint. What most people don’t understand is that processes like hormones and inflammation are key to resetting the body’s function and fighting disease. Today you’re going to learn the science behind conquering diabesity, and a framework for how to naturally lower your body’s set point. Jonathan Bailor is here to share what’s going on behind the scenes of the diabesity epidemic, and how to optimize the body’s systems in order to reach a healthier weight, reduce blood sugar, and live longer. In this episode you’ll discover: The shocking number of Americans that are diabetic or prediabetic. What the body’s setpointis, and how it works. Other types of setpoints that exists within the human body. Why hunger is the hallmark of an unideal diet. The definition of diabesity. How hormones play a role in the body’s setpoint. The role of leptin within the human body. Why overweight individuals have more leptin in their blood stream. How calorie restriction is like an ice bathfor your metabolism. Why a mindset shift is crucial for solving the diabesity crisis. The two things that are necessary to treat all diseases (including diabesity). Three specific systemswithin the body that affect its setpoint. The best sources of prebiotics. How sex hormones play a role in the body’s weight. The power of optimizing your hormone levels. How to make eating high quality foods effortless. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Onnit.com/Model⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! 5 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Cancer – Episode 291 The History of Soda – Episode 284 10 Ways to Boost Testosterone Naturally – Episode 80 The Setpoint Diet by Jonathan Bailor The Calorie Myth by Jonathan Bailor FREE eBook – 99 Green Smoothies by Jonathan Bailor Connect with Jonathan Website/ Instagram * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 329: Stop Brain Shrinkage And Activate Your Healthy Brain Genes - With Guest Dr. David Perlmutter
Scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson famously said, “The good thing about science is that it’s true whether or not you believe in it.” Even more fascinating is this truth: science is always changing. And if we want to live our best, healthiest lives, we need to be open minded to the ever-changing data, and consider how we can implement it into our lives in a realistic way. Today’s guest has made it his mission to bring compelling research to the table, even when it means disrupting conventional wisdom, or changing the conversation in a way that isn’t always convenient or comfortable in our modern society. Dr. David Perlmutter is a Board Certified Neurologist, and the author of the New York Times Best-Seller, Grain Brain. Today, Dr. Perlmutter joins us to share the new and emerging science that inspired the updated and revised version of his book. We’re digging deep into the topics of brain inflammation, neurological disorders, gluten sensitivities, and how you can prevent these illnesses. I know you’ll find this research equally fascinating and inspiring, so listen in, take good notes, and enjoy this interview with the incredible Dr. David Perlmutter! In this episode you’ll discover: The shocking sciencebehind the efficacy of Alzheimer’s medication. What cytokines are (and how they relate to brain function). The link between the microbiome and inflammation in the body. What researchers at Harvard found about non-celiac gluten sensitivities. How gluten consumption affects leaky gut. The link between belly fat and the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. How 20 minutes of aerobic activity per day can help your brain. What BDNFis (and how it can give you a second chance!) Four tips for increasing your neuroplasticity. How CBD can help fight inflammation. The truth about consuming artificial sweeteners. How your prefrontal cortex and your amygdala differ when it comes to food choices. The damaging effects of eating low quality meats. How one night of bad sleep can disrupt hunger signals and emotions. The link between gut bacteriaand mental health. Items mentioned in this episode include: Easemagnesium.com/model⇐ Get an exclusive 15% off here! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! How to Beat Anxiety with Craig Ballantyne – Episode 322 The History of Sugar – Episode 222 Grain Brain by Dr. David Perlmutter Connect with David Website/ Facebook/ Instagram/ YouTube * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 328: The Intersection Of Health, Fitness, And Faith - With Guest Isabel Price
If weight loss and the process of reaching optimal health can be reduced to a simple science, why are so many people sick, unhealthy, and overweight? Don’t get me wrong, principles like hormone function and metabolism are very real, and building blocks like movement and diet do matter. But here’s the thing: in most cases, people who find themselves unhealthy or overweight did not get that way from a place of positivity or happiness. It is times of extreme stress, grief, or general apathy that lead to many health problems and weight issues. There are plenty of intelligent and capable people in the US (and worldwide) who simply cannot reach their weight loss goals, especially on a long-term basis. Our rampant obesity epidemic is proof that there is a deeper issue at play. Today’s guest, Isabel Price, has made it her mission to help people reach their health goals, uncover their best selves, and stop struggling with diets. Her spiritual approach emphasizes the importance of community and connecting with your innate worth. I hope you will listen to this episode with an open mind and take the principles to heart, no matter where you are on your journey. In this episode you’ll discover: Why changing your mindsetcan change your physical appearance. How her mother’s health issues inspired Isabel’s career. Why fear-based marketing is ineffective long-term. What it means to treat your body like a sculpture. Why Isabel doesn’t necessarily encourage her clients to lose weight. The difference between having to take care of your body and gettingto take care of it. Why your worth and your weight are not connected. The two gifts we’re born with, and how they’re intertwined. How all of your experiences culminated have prepared you for your future. The two statements you have to believe in order to create change. How Isabel’s mindset shifted after losing her mom. The questionyou need to ask yourself to set realistic goals. The details of Isabel’s health routine. How to add more activity into your daily schedule. The importance of community and creating real connections. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Thrivemarket.com/modelhealth⇐ 25% off your entire 1st order + free shipping! Healing Through Humor with JP Sears – Episode 315 How to Beat Anxiety with Craig Ballantyne – Episode 322 Connect with Isabel Website / Instagram * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 327: 5 Things To Quit Doing In 2019
Creating new habits is an effective way to transform your health, skyrocket your growth, and reach your goals. But sometimes what holds us back the most are those beliefs and behaviors that we haven’t (yet!) given up. Letting go of detrimental habits that no longer serve you can help you refine your focus, boost your energy levels, and uncover the ability to achieve your greatness. On some level, we all get stuck in these negative cycles. But the good news is, our brains are constantly evolving. With intention and an actionable plan, we can release destructive habits, and embark on a path to becoming our best selves. This is my wish for you in the new year, and our topic for today’s show. I’m sharing 5 toxic habits you need to ditch in 2019, and sharing digestible and realistic action plans to help you get there. So listen in, take notes on what resonates with you, and put a plan in motion to ditch your old patterns, reprogram your brain, and step into your power. In this episode you’ll discover: The deeper meaning behind people pleasing. How to differentiate the line between people pleasing and being kind. Specific action steps you can take to break the cycleof people pleasing. Why our brains seek out evidence to support our beliefs. How to make your reality match your vision. The importance of writing down your goals. How to determine if your goals are big enough. The main reasons why we procrastinate. Why stress and procrastination go hand-in-hand. How procrastination can cause decision fatigue. The link between depression and living in the past. How to turn your past hardships into a learning experience. Four action steps you can take to change your identity. The danger of being a perfectionist. How focusing on perfection can inhibit you from reaching your goals. Why good is better than perfect. Items mentioned in this episode include: Themodelhealthshow.com/sport⇐ Get a free bottle of Shroom Tech Sport from Onnit! Onnit.com/Model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Model Mondays Eating for Cognitive Power with Dr. Lisa Mosconi – Episode 319 12 Tips for Conquering Distraction and Getting More Done – Episode 307 * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
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TMHS 336: The Surprising Connection Between Your Microbiome And Your Lifespan - With Guest Dr. Steven Gundry

TMHS 336: The Surprising Connection Between Your Microbiome And Your Lifespan - With Guest Dr. Steven Gundry

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