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How can a society with access to infinite information struggle so mightily with an issue like weight loss? I think that one major reason is that knowledge of the body and how it works is advertised to be complex and difficult to understand. We, as a society, are led to believe that our own bodies (that we call home!) are far too confusing that only a small percentage of people seem to understand the truth about them.

Well, I’m here to share with you that the truth surrounding how your body and metabolism works is simple, attainable, and your birthright to know about. Galileo said, “All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.” Today we have the incredible Dr. Jade Teta on to help you discover how your amazing metabolism works so that you can be empowered to create the body and life you want.

In this episode you'll discover:

  • What hormones actually are.
  • The amazing things that can happen when “passion bumps into purpose”.
  • Why the way we think about metabolism is terribly wrong.
  • What The Law of Metabolic Compensation is.
  • Why muscle is expensive for your body to carry.
  • How fat and muscle release “metabolic smoke”.
  • What Metabolic Multitasking is (this is powerful!).
  • What the heck HEC is and how it impacts your body.
  • The 4 different ways to shift your ratio of diet and exercise to keep your metabolism responding.
  • Why “structured flexibility” is so important to changing your body composition.
  • How woman can cross-train their menstrual cycle for better fitness results.
  • Whether or not you can spot-treat stubborn fat areas.
  • Which supplements are clinically proven to be helpful for fat loss.

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There’s a wonderful quote from Carl Jung that says, “The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.”

Our deepest relationships transform us. And which direction that chemical reaction goes can make all of the difference in the world. You can end up with a beautiful reaction that breathes life into everyone who’s around it, or a not-so-good reaction that can smother everyone in the room. The thing is, we don’t have to sit idly by and just hope that things will mix well together. We can actually uncover which things work great together, and put them into action for ourselves!

There will be nothing that impacts your life more than the quality of your most intimate relationship. Becoming a great “relationship chemist” will bring you more health, happiness, and success than you can even imagine.

In this episode you'll discover:

  • What the #1 most influential thing on your health actually is.
  • What’s instinctual in a relationship and what’s not.
  • What the 6 core human needs are.
  • Why it’s important to find your partner’s #1 driving force.
  • Why “you should just know” is a huge mistake in relationships.
  • How curiosity can be healing for a relationship.
  • Why modeling is critical to relationship success.
  • Why compromising with your partner might not be the best idea.
  • The importance of dating and how to ensure you have 1-on-1 time.
  • How personal development plays a crucial role in development as a couple.
  • What to do when you feel like your partner isn’t with you on your ideas.
  • Why acknowledgement plays a critical role in the evolution of relationships.
  • How health & fitness tie into a healthy, thriving relationship.
  • What the 2 most important words in a relationship are.
  • How to immediately find common ground when you’re in an argument with your partner.
  • How to turn your relationship irritations into admirations.

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Direct download: 176-5_Keys_To_An_Amazing_Relationship_-_With_Anne_Stevenson.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:08pm CST

You’ve probably heard the quote that “timing is everything”. But what if it’s true? What if the key to better relationships, better health, and more success in our lives really isn’t just about what we do or how we do it, but when we do it that makes all of the difference in the world?

Today you’re going to learn about the fascinating research surrounding biological chronotypes. This cutting-edge science proves that there’s an optimal time for each person to do everything from eating a snack, to exercising, to having sex, to asking their boss for a raise that’s totally unique to their chronotype.

Board-certified sleep specialist and bestselling author Dr. Michael Breus is here to give you the skinny on how to tap into the potential of your chronotype and leverage The Power of When!

In this episode you'll discover:

  • What inspired Dr. Breus to focus on clinical sleep medicine.
  • What a biological chronotype is.
  • Why Dr. Breus shifted his focus to assessing and treating his patients based on chronotypes.
  • Which chronotype tends to be early risers and go-getters in their careers.
  • Which chronotype makes up the greatest percentage of people in our society.
  • How chronotypes finally help people realize there's nothing "wrong" with them when they don't fit into the norms of society.
  • What a high/low sleep drive is.
  • A surprising study that proves chronotherapy is an incredibly effective treatment for depression.
  • The #1 historical event that disrupted our biological clocks.
  • How jet lag and living in different parts of the world can affect your chronotype.
  • What the perfect time is to ask your boss for a raise (the science will surprise you!).
  • Which chronotype has a tendency to indulge in a late night snack.
  • How the science of biological chronotypes relates to children.
  • What the best time is to take a nap and how long a nap should be.

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There are tons of great tips out there making waves for improving your sleep quality. Many of these tips are life-changing. But for some people, sleeping in a cooler, darker, tech-free room, might not be enough.

I have to say, I was absolutely floored when I found out just how much our gut health impacts our sleep quality. I believe this to be the missing key for millions of people struggling with sleep issues who are only seeing slight improvements with the popular sleep-health tips out there.

Realizing this is where many of the most common sleep issues are rooted, I felt it was a MUST to create a masterclass on it so that you know the ins and outs of this amazing gut-brain-sleep connection.

In this episode you'll discover:

  • Why your gut is often referred to as “the second brain”.
  • Which neurotransmitter found in the gut has a profound influence on your mood.
  • How a specific sleep hormone precursor also enhances your digestion.
  • The shocking amount of melatonin that’s found in your gut.
  • How your gut actually tells your brain what to do (and not the other way around).
  • How bacteria in your gut can influence your sleep quality.
  • Which common things can destroy your gut microbiome.
  • What every long-living culture uses to support their microbiome.
  • Why probiotic supplements won’t work without another key component.
  • How changing your sleep schedule can change your gut bacteria.
  • What decision we need to make when Netflix is calling our name.
  • Which good sleep nutrients you need to eat each day.
  • How your circadian timing system regulates your digestion.
  • Which digestive issues are intimately connected to sleep.
  • The shocking impact that nighttime artificial light has on your digestion.
  • Why the timing of your evening meals can make or break your health.
  • Which sleeping positions are the best and worst for common digestive issues.

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Direct download: 174-Good_Sleep_Nutrients_And_The_Gut-Brain-Sleep_Connection.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:15pm CST

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