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Weight Loss Resistance & Reverse Dieting with Megan Abernathy

This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Megan Abernathy. I found Megan on Instagram and felt like her content was a breath of fresh air when people have concerns about body composition and the nuances around it.  We talk about periodized nutrition which includes the...

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The Language of Breath with Jesse Coomer

This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Jesse Coomer. Always a teacher, Jesse shares how life changing breathwork can be and breaks down easy and fun breathing techniques for adults and kids. He wants to share that our breathing is a language that we can use to speak to...

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When you’ve got control of everything except your body with Katy Saltsman

This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by nutritionist, personal trainer and podcaster, Katy Saltsman, who is such an inspiration. In this episode, we discuss how moving your body and nutrition are important for health, but often overlooked is mental and emotional health....

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Is this normal? Libido, night sweats and BC alternatives with Dr. Jolene Brighten

This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Jolene Brighten, who also appeared in episode #112, Post Birth Control Syndrome. Dr. Brighten is back to talk about burning hormonal topics including night sweats, low progesterone and testosterone, hair loss and lots about...

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Acute and chronic parasites and autoimmunity with Elizabeth Yarnell, Traditional Naturopath, CLT

This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by the delightful Elizabeth Yarnell. In this episode, we discuss Elizabeth's diagnosis of MS, getting parasites in Asia, and the transition of learning how to cook whole foods after growing up on gummy bears and soda and her departure from...

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Tools for trauma & the impact of the subconscious mind on physical health with Chelsea Haines

This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Chelsea Haines. I met Chelsea at my friend Kaely's event, Restore and Reconnect, in Austin this past fall. Chelsea's just one of those people who is a ray of sunshine when you meet her. In this episode, we discuss the subconscious...

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Iodine: Why You Need It, Why You Can’t Live Without It with Dr. Brownstein

On our next thyroid episode this week, I am joined by Dr. David Brownstein.  I would say one of my favorite things about him is that he is a storyteller. He uses a lot of case studies in his books, which I love. He tells us his personal story, then we dig into iodine and it's relationship to...

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Thyroid Answers with Dr. Eric Balcavage

Our first episode this week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Eric Balcavage.  It’s a GOOD week on the podcast if you are interested in thyroid.  In this episode, we discuss all the things about thyroid physiology. Plus some rapid fire questions at the end from...

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Helping children face fears and anxiety with Dr. Dawn Huebner

This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Dawn Huebner. In this episode, we discuss helping children face their fears, phobias and anxiety. Bonus, this can work for adults too. 

KEY TAKEAWAYS:

  • Cognitive behavior therapy triangle
  • Exposure based approaches
  • Amygdala vs....
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BTS: How I address inflammation in private practice

After practicing nutrition for 13 years, it's time to share some of the things I've learned to help you shortcut your own success in either private practice or with your health goals.

In this behind the scenes episode, I get into the frameworks, approaches and timelines I use when guiding clients...

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🤓 Nerd alert: Vit E tocopherols vs tocotrienols with Dr. Barrie Tan

This week on The Less Stressed Life Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Barrie Tan. In this episode, we get SUPER NERDY about types of Vitamin E. Dr. Tan sources Vitamin E from annatto, the stuff that colors your cheese yellow and is from a tree in South America. Since I had just returned from South...

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Biotech, GMOs and gene editing with Jeffrey Smith

This week on the Less Stressed Life, I invited Jeffrey Smith to talk about his passions for controlling biotechnology. He caught my attention at a small dinner I attended for a lifestyle medicine conference I attended in September when talking about how gene editing is getting as accessible as...

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