Feb 26, 2020

Podcast 78: Jetty Nieuwenhuis on Self Love

Bulimia and Lyme disease survivor overcoming her health issues. 

2x Ironman Finisher, Weight lifter, and Self Love Advocate.

Feb 24, 2020

Podcast 77: Kim Howertown

Kim, like many who grew up during the low-fat craze in the 80’s and 90’s. She, like many many, struggled with her weight. She has struggled with food from the age of 8. 

When Kim found Keto and finally won her struggle with food. Keto has turned my health around in so many ways. I feel so moved to help others on their journey to living the life of their dreams: body, mind and spirit.

Dec 18, 2019

Podcast 76: Jimmy Moore on Going on Sabbatical

Jimmy Moore talks about his sabbatical and healing.

 

#jimmymoore #keto #livinglavitalowcarb #lchf

Dec 12, 2019

Podcast 75: Heather Cooan on Beating Cancer on Her Terms

Heather discusses how she beat vulvar cancer. She discusses her journey on how she fought the disease with traditional and non-traditional methods.

She became a coach to help others with their health journey.

Dec 11, 2019

Podcast 73 - Jake Stiner on How to Fix Your Eyes and Throw Your Glasses Away

Twenty years ago Jake Stiner began a journey to reverse my -5.00 diopter myopia.  It took a great deal of experimenting and trial and error to apply theoretical concepts found in clinical journals and peer reviewed studies, though he eventually managed get back my natural 20/20 eyesight.

Over the years he cataloged the many tools, resources, and experiences that made my myopia recovery a reality.  Much of it exists now as part of this resource to help and share and connect with fellow myopes, so that more of us could our get natural eyesight back. More about my own antics a bit further on – but first let’s talk a bit about endmyopia and a few things you may want to know before diving in. 

 

Nov 6, 2019

Podcast 71: From Professional Comedian to Health Expert - T.C. Hale Discusses How to Kick It Naturally

How did a professional comedian become a fitness expert?

Like most natural health experts, T.C. Hale (aka Tony Hale) began his career in stand-up comedy. Touring professionally as a comic for nearly a decade, he never envisioned that he would one day teach the world how to sleep, poop, and even lose weight.

On Valentine’s Day, 2004, Tony lost his voice and it never came back. After twenty-three doctors couldn’t figure out the problem, Tony decided it was time to dig for his own answers. Eight years later, not only did Tony figure out his own issues, he also happened upon hidden information about how to improve countless other health problems.

Though Tony likes to boast about the fact that he holds no legitimate credentials (nor does he believe that we need any more “experts” from the same pool of knowledge already failing so many with health issues), he is greatly respected by his peers in the natural health industry. The biggest manufacturers in the health, fitness and organic products industries send Tony their products every year in hopes of winning one of his GearAwards.

Beyond working with many celebrity clients, Tony is on the executive board of the Coalition For Health Education, a nonprofit association that helps professionals and their clients learn about health through nutrition. Additionally, Tony teaches monthly webinars about nutrition to doctors, nutritionists and other health care professionals from more than thirty-five countries.

You can also find Tony producing documentaries like, WHY AM I SO FAT? A film that teaches the truth about weight loss while showcasing Tony’s client, Gabe Evans, who lost 200 pounds in 9 ½ months by treating Tony’s word as gospel.

 

 

www.KickItNaturally.com

www.KickItNaturally.com/ketodigest

www.chatthefat.com

Oct 14, 2019

Podcast 70: Optimizing a Keto Lifestyle with Danny Vega

I had the great opportunity to interview Danny Vega about Optimizing a Keto Lifestyle. Danny and his wife Maura have the blog and podcast the Fat Fueled Family.

Danny grew up in Miami, Florida and has always been interested in nutrition and fitness. Ever since he was a young kid, he wanted to be a “strong man”. 

In high school, he was the starting running back for my football team and led the county in rushing yards. He then went on to receive my bachelor’s degree from Columbia University in 2004, where I was a member of the football team and a three-time Dean’s List recipient. After college, he pursued my Master’s of Science in Human Performance from the University of Florida, where he worked with the national championship men’s basketball team, along with women’s basketball, tennis, and golf programs. He then went on to become the Strength & Conditioning Coordinator for VCU basketball, helping the Rams win the 2007 conference championship and making it to the second round of the NCAA tournament. 

He had been out of collegiate Strength & Conditioning for almost a decade, but I have continued to compete in sports such as Crossfit, powerlifting, half marathons, and now rowing. In June of 2016, he discovered the ketogenic lifestyle and never looked back. He found so many benefits within a week of switching, that I knew this would be my new way of life. Inflammation and injuries from years of playing on turf and beating myself up with heavy lifting were gone. He regained control over my hunger and found mental clarity and an increase in productivity that he had never experienced before. In August of 2017, after over a year of dipping his toes in the water, his two boys joined us. 

Desmond, his oldest, felt an immediate increase in energy and improvement in his allergies and asthma. Dean, his youngest, has had astounding improvements in his eczema and mood. Our children are immune to cravings. It has been an amazing thing to see. He thought his kids were “picky” just like most kids supposedly are; keto changed their taste buds and now they crave real, nourishing food like the recipes you will find on this PDF. Best of all, they do not feel restricted in any way!

He understands that transitioning the family can be challenging, Danny and Maura, Danny’s wife, hope his blog help you conveniently transition your entire family to a low carb lifestyle so that you, too, can experience all of the profound benefits we have!

 

Sep 20, 2019

Podcast 70: Jessica Tye - Let Food Be Thy Medicine.

Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food... Jessica didn't come up this quote but she wished she did. She talks about how food helped heal her, her son and her journey to better health. 

Jessica became inspired by the healing powers of food. She became a Nutrition Therapy Practitioner to help others find healing with good nutrition.

 

Check out Jessica, her website, and her podcast

Sep 16, 2019

Podcast 69: Christine Moore on the Importance of Good Digestion

Coach Stephanie discusses the importance of digestion with Christine Moore, NTP. She covers where digestion starts, what happens along the way, and what can go wrong. She also discusses how to help some common digestive problems. She reminds us that it isn't always what we eat that is important. It is what we digest. 

 

Check out Christine's podcast at Nutritional Pearls Podcast

Sep 9, 2019

Podcast 68: Keto Savage Coach Robert Sikes - Building Muscle on Keto

Robert Sikes, a lifetime natural competitive bodybuilder.  Started coaching to help motivate and educate others. He has proven results with his own competitions and his clients that you can build muscle following a ketogenic diet. 

 

Robert shares the biggest benefits of keto and bodybuilding is that it is a much healthier option than the with traditional bodybuilding. Another added benefit to keto bodybuilding is that you don't have to add on all the bulk building and then drastically cut during the taper. The Keto Savage method helps bodybuilders stay healthy and lean year around.

Find Robert at KetoSavage

 

 

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