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Emily A. Francis (Georgia) has worked in corporate wellness and as an aerobic director, kickboxing instructor, and yoga instructor. She is a clinical massage therapist with extensive specialized training and the author of Stretch Therapy (Blue River Press, 2013). 
 
Emily also holds a gold medal in the US Open in Tai Chi Form and a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and wellness. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in physical education/human performance concentration. Visit her online at www.EmilyAFrancisBooks.com.
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It can be challenging to get comfortable working out and exercising. Which is why we decided to put this show together to help Improve Your Exercise Experience.

In this show we talk about the importance of comfortable shoes, the clothing you wear, the importance of a success journal, ear phones, music and so much more!

Exercise doesn't have to be uncomfortable, there are many things we can do to make it more pleasant and pleasurable. Try some of these tips, tricks and suggestions to keep Improving Your Exercise Experience!

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Kristen Harper is a Health & Wellness Speaker, and Radio Show Host on Voice America.  As a role model and motivator, Kristen has a unique connection with her audience that derives from her own personal journey towards wellness and happiness.  Before becoming a success, Kristen struggled with health issues and an eating disorder. 

Kristen founded her company Perfect Health Consulting Services, LLC in 2009, with the goal to help people all around the world become healthy.  She is a certified Nutrition Consultant, in addition to holding a Master of Administration, with an emphasis in Health Promotion, a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, and two Hair Mineral Analysis Certifications.  She is presently studying to become a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine.

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It can be challenging to live a healthy lifestyle with the fast food commercials, unhealthy ads in your newsfeed. Then of course many of us don’t have the support at work and finally when we get home at the end of the day, often your family isn’t interested in a healthy salad, or stir fry either.

So what’s one to do!? In this show we talk about the importance of Supporting Your Spouse in Living Healthy. We often hear the challenging there is without having that support at home.

Having to cook 2 dinners, the arguments or less than supportive environment caused by your partner who is resistant to change.

In this show Host, Drew Taddia talks about what you can do at home, with your spouse to encourage them to make changes too, how to communicate, what you can do together and how together you can make healthy lifestyle changes.

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Jennie Lee (Hawaii) is a certified yoga therapist who coaches people in the healing tradition of classical yoga and meditation. Using the practices that she writes about in Breathing Love, Jennie helps people overcome grief, depression, anxiety, and stress as well as create lives filled with greater joy. Author of the award-winning book True Yoga, Jennie's writing has also been featured on dozens of wellness blogs and magazines. Visit her online at www.JennieLeeYogaTherapy.com. Or see her in action on KHON Wake Up 2 Day.

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LAUREN HANDEL ZANDER is a life coach, university lecturer, public speaker, and the Co-Founder and Chairwoman of Handel Group®, an international corporate consulting and private coaching company based in New York City. Lauren is also the author of Maybe It’s You: Cut the Crap, Face Your Fears, Love Your Life (Published by Hachette Book Group, April 2017), a no-nonsense, practical manual that helps readers figure out not just what they want out of life, but how to actually get there.

The free Current Reality Quiz from Lauren Zander and Handel Group is a quick, easy, and fun coaching tool. Use it to self-assess and get a better idea of which areas of your life to work on: handelgroup.com/crq

handelgroup.com
Facebook.com/HGLifeCoaching
On Instagram at @handelgroup

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Join Drew and Dorothy on this addition of Exploring Mind and Body as they talk about Healthy Vacation Tips.

It can be challenging to stay strong and healthy especially while traveling. In this show, these two health and wellness advocates offer real life tips to help you stay on track no matter where you are or what you're doing!

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Holli Mack is a kettlebell sport athlete, coach and movement enthusiast. She attended Red Deer College, attaining her General Kinesiology Diploma as well as the CSEP- CPT certification (Canadian society for exercise physiology, certified personal trainer).

She has been working full time in the fitness industry for 5 years. Training a wide variety of clients from elite athletes to older individuals trying to regain mobility and movement. Holli is very passionate about all her clients goals and isn’t completely satisfied until they are.

Join Drew Taddia today on Exploring Mind and Body as he welcomes on Holli to talk about Movement and Kettlebells.

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The Holiday Season is a stressful time of year, it's not exactly magical for everyone. We have finances, food, family and more all that stress us out. So we thought we'd sit down, in this live facebook video and talk about how to Reduce Holiday Stress.

There are many things we can do to reduce stress at this time of year. Unfortunately, many of us are too stressed out to do any of it. In this show we talk about keeping your healthy routines and how you are developing unhealthy ones right now. We talk about how exercise is the #1 way to reduce stress, which we need to make time for. Along with more tips on what we can do around nutrition and eating with family, what we can do to make sure we're staying active and much more, all coming up on this addition of Exploring Mind and Body!

 

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Tanya West went through Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at age 30 after years of being sick and not knowing what was wrong and also had skin cancer 3 times. After losing her mom to breast cancer a year later she started taking many health courses to gain more knowledge to not only help her but also to help others live healthier lives.

Her hope is to inspire others and let them know that they don’t need to wait for tragedy to realize just how strong they are; be the strong person they can be today. Go for their goals, do their research and ask lots of questions. She believes that there is only 1 person that can change our lives...and that is YOU!

In this show Drew Taddia, interviews Tanya on how you can reduce stress in your life, and 3 simple tips that can change your life for the better.

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Join Drew Taddia today as he interviews local farmer, and business owner Dawn Bushert. Dawn is an innovator, an entrepreneur, and local farmer that loves to bring quality foods to her community.

She's also the creator behind a business called the Olds Uptowne Market that facilitates a store front for local businesses owners to sell their products.

In this show they talk about the importance of supporting your local community!

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Adventurer, Coach and Cancer Survivor Rob Harsh has been leading and guiding people in business, outdoor adventure and personal growth for twenty years. He has traveled extensively throughout the world on climbing, kayaking, mountain biking and multisport expeditions and has experience as a certified mountain guide, search and rescue operator and working with adaptive athletes and injured veterans in the outdoors.

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This week Drew and Dorothy are talking about how to Recharge your body and your life to reduce stress!

It's always a good idea to get away, look from the outside in, reset and recharge! In this show, Drew and Dorothy talk about getting caught up in the whirlwind of life, what it feels like to be stressed out and not know what to do about it.

In this show they'll explain how you can reset, to reduce stress. The importance of getting away, deciding what you want, setting goals, and achieving them accountability.

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JB Glossinger, MBA, Ph.D., is widely beloved as the Morning Coach, with a daily podcast that has been downloaded over 22 million times. A sought-after motivational speaker and coach with an international following, he holds advanced degrees in business and metaphysics but credits his street education.

From black eyes to near bankruptcy—with providing the life-changing lessons that inspired the keys to personal transformation he shares with audiences, coaching clients, and readers worldwide.

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Vincent Cooper has been through some amazing changes in his life and is excited to share his story with our Exploring Mind and Body listeners! 

Through sustainable changes Vince has lost over 50lbs, has went from a lethargic lifestyle to being one of the most active people I know. He often works out up to 3 times a day, walks his dog daily, participates in meditation and breathing exercises and is also one of the most positive people I know.

Vince often looks for positive quotes he can put up in the house and not only that but he puts them up in his work place to positively influence others as well.

Through this open and honest conversation, Vince tells you exactly how he's been able to change his life and wants to helps others do the same!

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Join Drew Taddia this week on Exploring Mind and Body as he talks about Healthy Halloween Ideas. We all know it's a struggle at this time of year to stay healthy with so many Halloween treats, goodies, candies and more. Not only will Drew cover what you'll be able to do in and around your work place, but he'll also talk about what you can do with the kids as well.
 
Many parents struggle through the Halloween season with their kids because of so many unhealthy treats. Drew will dedicate an entire segment to the health of your children, how you can change their environment, what to do about all that candy and even offer some healthier options.
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Join Drew Taddia on Exploring Mind and Body this week as he interviews Waylon Auger on Pushing Through Injuries!  

Waylon injured his knee several times, he talks about surgery, getting re-injured and what it took for him to have the mindset and determination to get back up, retrain, and recondition which ultimately led him to getting back on the court at the Captain of the Olds Volley Ball Team.
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Dr. Fung is a Toronto based kidney specialist, having graduated from the University of Toronto and finishing his medical specialty at the University of California, Los Angeles in 2001. He is the author of the bestsellers ‘The Obesity Code’ and ‘The Complete Guide to Fasting’. He has pioneered the use of therapeutic fasting for weight loss and type 2 diabetes reversal in his IDM clinic.
 
Join Drew Taddia on this episode of Exploring Mind and Body where he interviews Dr. Fung on How to Cure Type 2 Diabetes, why counting calories doesn't work and so much more! 

 

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As a grade 1 teacher of 8 years Dorothy is an expert in seeing how different foods affects the learning of our youth. In this show she talks about what sugar and processed foods does to the learning and focus of those children in the classroom, and she’ll also talk about their mood and energy as well.

And finally Dorothy will offer healthy snack options and ideas to pack in your child’s lunch to properly fuel their minds for optimal learning.

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Rosalyn is a holistic life and business coach, with a background as a former Registered Psychologist, a 2nd Degree Black Belt inKarate, Certified in Eating Psychology and uses this very cool life transforming method called Hakomi. She struggled with food, body image and money issues herself and has learned to heal these relationships. So with her personal and professional experiences, she absolutely know how to develop the mindset to live your version of a Badass Life!

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Dr. Travis Zigler graduated in 2010 from The Ohio State University College of Optometry with Magna Cum Laude honors. He is the founder of Eye Love, eyelovethesun.com, whose mission is to end preventable blindness. Dr. Travis and his wife, Dr. Jenna Zigler, use the profits from Eye Love to fund free and low cost clinics in South Carolina and Jamaica.

They also started a charity called the Eye Love Cares Foundation, eyelovecares.org, which provides exams, glasses and sunglasses for those in need, free education, and scholarships for students that align with their mission. Dr. Travis enjoys traveling to Jamaica, training for marathons, and playing the ukulele while he drinks his morning coffee (French press... mmmm).

Travis's favorite quote: “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” - Ghandi

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Chef Del Sroufe has an amazing story of how he lost over 200lbs and was able to keep it off working towards living a healthy lifestyle. In this show he'll talk about his new book: The China Study Family Cook Book, preparing vegan recipes, healthy substitutes and even how to get kids in the kitchen.

His passion for cooking began at eight years old and never faded. In 1989 he went to work for one of Columbus’ premier vegetarian restaurants, the King Avenue Coffeehouse, where he honed his craft as a baker and chef.

Sroufe opened Del’s Bread, a vegan bakery, before beginning vegan meal delivery service in 2001, serving eclectic plant-based cuisine to Columbus residents. During this time, he developed what became a very popular cooking class series, sharing many of the delicious recipes he had created over the years.

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Yuri Elkaim was a pro soccer player who worked as the strength and conditioning and nutrition coach at the University of Toronto for seven seasons. He is a registered holistic nutritionist and fitness expert.
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Wade T. Lightheart, host of the AWESOME Health Podcast, is a 3-time All Natural National Bodybuilding Champion, advisor to the American Anti-Cancer Institute and Director of Education at BiOptimizers Nutrition, one of the world’s most innovative nutritional supplement companies.

He is also the author of several books including the best-selling books, “Staying Alive in a Toxic World” and “The Wealthy Backpacker.” The AWESOME Health Podcast is a big part of his mission to help others fix their digestion and transform their health with the daily practice of positive principles, rituals and optimizers.

Few alive have traveled farther or crusaded harder on behalf of helping individuals transform their digestive health, wellness and overall lives than Wade T. Lightheart. After competing in Mr. Universe and his health failing him following a competition victory, Wade began to search for answers. In the process, he learned so much about what makes digestion work, along with other principles that form what he calls the AWESOME Health system.

Wade’s journey into vegetarianism and bodybuilding took his health to new heights, empowering him to help others with a unique perspective. Wade is also an advisor to American Anti-Cancer Institute and is one of the Co-Founders at BiOptimizers Nutritional supplement company.

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Summer Time Fitness Tips is a perfect topic to go over during the summer time. Instead of ‘getting through the summer’ why not thrive! Why not set yourself some goals and push through so you’re excited and working towards your goals during the summer time.

We all know what it’s like to let the summer fly by and then have to start all over again when fall rolls around. So hang on to those routines, even make new healthy routines so the summer is more enjoyable.

In this show we also talk about switching up your workouts to avoid that dreaded plateau where you stop seeing results and why we don’t need to spend hours on each workout any more!

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Joanna Brown talks about her own Panic Attacks and Anxiety in this up close and interview with Drew Taddia on Exploring Mind and Body. Because of her own struggles Joanna is now  a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant, Natural Nutrition Clinical Practitioner, a Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist, and a Raw Food Chef.

She is passionate about empowering others to experience the powerful benefits that whole foods, toxic free living, stress reduction strategies, healthy routines, and self-care can have on your overall health and wellness. Her education, combined with personal and professional experience has made her committed to educating and supporting people to regain balance.

Find more details about Joanna on her website found here.

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Mary Hyatt is on a quest to feel alive and to live a life full of gratitude, joy, authenticity, and abundance in body, mind and soul. Mary believes that every person has the ability to create the life that they love.
 
She lives in the heart of Nashville and her days are spent juggling the rolls of holistic lifestyle advocate as a personal life and business coach.
 
She helps her clients wake up, find their voice and become fully alive and helps her audience fall back in love with themselves and believe in their potential.
 
Join Drew Taddia this week on Exploring Mind and Body as he interviews Mary Hyatt on Self Love, as she talks about how she lost 70lbs and kept it off!
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Join Drew Taddia this week on Exploring Mind and Body as he interviews Mike Crouch owner and operator of Pro Water Conditioning in Sundre.
 
Mike is an expert in water filtration systems and has been running Pro Water Conditioning for 17 years! In this interview he's going to talk about the dangers of water, what's in your tap water, how to find clean water and the health benefits of hydration as well.
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Join Drew Taddia this week as he interviews Mila Maxwell on Busting Industry Myth's regarding the BMI test, Counting Calories and Weighing Yourself!
 
Mila Maxwell is passionate about nutrition and holistic health. She has, and continues to study nutrition and is now a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and Naturopath, as well as a certified yoga instructor.
 
Mila has gained a wealth of knowledge through research, courses and general curiosity.  She has discovered ways to manage stress and anxiety and loves to help clients improve their own health with her gentle and empathetic approach. Her true passion lies in helping others feel their best through proper nutrition and self-care.
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In this show I open up a full Morning Show with Dorothy and myself, to give you a look inside. This is something we offer our private membership group and is sent out in video format every Monday Morning.

In this show we are talking about the Great Fear of Carbs, why you need them and why you shouldn't fear them.

This show is brought to you by Complete Truth Protein, a wholefood supplement. 

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Why is it important to read ingredients, how to save time when doing so, what to look for and what we should be avoiding. All of your questions around reading ingredients and labeling is coming up on this show!
 
Join Drew Taddia and Dorothy Keith as they co-host this show on Reading Labels!
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Join Drew Taddia this week on Exploring Mind and Body as he interviews world renowned author and speaker Dan Millman on his new book, The Hidden School!
 
Dan Millman is a former world champion gymnast, coach, martial arts teacher and college professor, and he is author of 17 books published in 29 languages and shared across generations to millions of readers. His classic work, Way of the Peaceful Warrior, was adapted to film in 2006
 
Join Drew and Dan as they talk about how to implement teachings of Way of the Peaceful Warrior. 
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As an innovator in other industries, Jim Klopman says that his brain damage, ADHD and dyslexia are blessings that free his mind to see tech advances before others. Jim developed the SlackBow Balance Training System to improve and maintain his own athletic performance so he could be athletic all the way into his 90's.

After five years of development, Jim knows that with the right neural whole body training to optimize the human balance system every person will improve in his sport, her brain will work better, he will live longer and feel much younger. 

An avid skier, Jim strongly believes that a fit human balance system is the key to maintaining physical and psychological success in all aspects of life.  He’s also the author of Balance is Power, a book developed to improve your body’s balance to perform better, live longer, and look younger.

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Time management expert, Helene Segura talks about how to Make Time for Nutrition and Fitness.

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Join Drew Taddia this week as he interviews Jennifer Gendron on Making Changes that Last!
 
Jennifer has owned and operated Lifestyles Health & Fitness studio for the past 8 years.  She has worked in the fitness industry since 2004 where she began her career in a gym setting as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor before opening her own home-based private fitness studio and then eventually moving on to opening Lifestyles in 2008.
 
Jennifer is passionate about health and wellness and truly believes in the importance of living a balanced lifestyle focusing not only on physical health but on the mind, body, spirit connection that addresses total wellness.
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Tim JP Collins helps people overcome Anxiety & Stress to consider what is possible in their lives.  Tim's approach isn't just about coping, it's about moving past Anxiety and fear to live the life you were destined for. 

Tim is the creator & host of "The Anxiety Podcast"​ and is quickly becoming one of the leading experts when it comes to anxiety.

Tim is also a sought after speaker on the topic of anxiety & stress and injects humor and authentic stories from his own life into his speaking.

When Tim isn’t speaking on the podcast or on stage he works with companies running “Workplace Wellness Retreats” helping to reduce stress and build happier people and thus more productive workplaces."

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If Anxiety is taking over your life listen to Tim JP Collins talk about how to Reduce Anxiety in this FB Live Pre interview of Nationally Syndicated Exploring Mind and Body.

Tim gives real life tips that you can use today to help reduce the Anxiety in your Life.

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Belinda Farrell has overcome major life challenges—the suicide of her son, complete financial loss, and healing a degenerated spine without surgery. But all was not lost. By using ancient Hawaiian techniques and accepting responsibility for every aspect of her life, she was able to rise from the ashes, find her friggin’ joy, and now she’s sharing this invaluable information with others in her book, Find Your Friggin’ Joy.

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Scott Alan Turner is the Financial Rock Star, who went from a “money moron” at age 22 to self-made millionaire 13 years later. Scott is an early retiree who spends his time helping people get out of debt faster, save more money, and retire rich. He is the radio and podcast host of the Scott Alan Turner Show, and best selling author of 99 Minute Millionaire.

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What's the best way to burn body fat and increase your metabolism, what workouts should you do if you're crunched for time, how to start a running program...

 

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Michelle S. Fondin is the author of The Wheel of Healing with Ayurveda: An Easy Guide to a Healthy Lifestyle (New World Library, 2015), Help! I Think My Loved One Is an Alcoholic: A Survival Guide for Lovers, Family, & Friends (2016), and the upcoming book 7 Days to Chakra Healing (New World Library, 2017). Michelle writes for Deepak Chopra’s website and is an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselor, meditation, & yoga teacher.

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Here is a Facebook Live interview where I interview Blaine Penny who is doing AMAZING things for the Mitochondrial Disease which his some has been diagnosed with. 

He'll be running this weekend in Calgary linked to (hopefully) 150 people to break a Guinness World Record in raising money for his son and other with the same diagnosis. 

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Michelle S. Fondin is the author of The Wheel of Healing with Ayurveda: An Easy Guide to a Healthy Lifestyle (New World Library, 2015), Help! I Think My Loved One Is an Alcoholic: A Survival Guide for Lovers, Family, & Friends (2016).
 
Michelle writes for Deepak Chopra’s website and is an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselor, meditation, & yoga teacher.
 
In this pre interview I talk to Michelle about her new book Help I think my loved one is an alcoholic! We go live on facebook to answer questions and have an open and candid conversation on Alcoholism.
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I'm an outdoor adventure athlete and American mountain biker, born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  I'm passionate about cycling, adventure travel, personal growth, plant-based nutrition, health and wellness, and being of service to others to help them find the best and bravest version of themselves.  I grew up playing tennis, soccer, playing in the school band for 6 years and focusing on school.

I finished my BS in Electrical Engineering from UNM in 2005 and moved to Boulder, CO for graduate school.  I raced my first full season as a pro mountain biker in 2006, focusing on XC.  I started cycling in 2003, stemming from spin classes at the gym!  I first rode a bike for cross training for marathon running. Once I found the mountain bike, I was totally addicted.

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Rosalyn Fung is a Self-Love Coach for Women and Entrepreneurs. She is Founder of Holistic Body Love Coaching Inc. Having a background as a Psychologist for the last 10 years and holding a 2nd degree blackbelt in karate, she knows what it takes to develop a mindset to successfully achieve your goals in Health & Wealth!

She also is Certified in Eating Psychology and Hakomi Method, a mindfulness approach to shifting limiting blocks. Rosalyn is the go-to person to help you feel freedom with food, body love confidence, and being your own best friend!

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Join Drew Taddia this week on Exploring Mind and Body as he interviews Dr. Phil Carson on The 7 Keys to Health - Living Happy, Health and Whole. 
 
Dr. Phil Carson knows how to help people get the most out of their life by working together with them to uncover the root cause of their health issues.
 
Patients come to him with problems and leave with renewed hope that they can be healthy again. A practicing pharmacist in the Southeast, since 1985 he has not only consistently improved many patients quality of life, but also literally saved a few of them.
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Charles Miron Winner of Iceland's Fire and Ice 250km Ultramarathon joins Drew Taddia on this edition of Exploring Mind and Body!
 
The Fire and Ice 250-km Ultramarathon spans some of the most rugged terrain in the world, but the harsh physical conditions of –10 C temperatures and sleepless, cold wet nights weren't the worst of it. 
 
In this episode Charles talks about his experiences as a ultra marathoner, what it takes to mentally prepare for such physically challenging obstacles, nutrition, recovery and more. 
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We've all been there. How do you make healthy baking that tastes good? How do you transition from white flour to healthier substitutes? How do you avoid making a gluten free products that doesn't turn out like a brick!
 
Then there's sugar, how to avoid white refined sugar, and even how to store your healthy baking products. 
 
On this edition of Exploring Mind and Body Drew Taddia interviews Dorothy Keith on healthy baking tips! This includes healthy substitutes for sugar, flour, oil and even show you how to bake without eggs.
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Benefits of Vitamin D with Drew Taddia as he interviews Steve Stearns on Exploring Mind and Body.
 
Steve loves the outdoors and stays as active as possible. He loves disc golf, kayaking, running, biking, you name it. If it has to do with being active outside Steve is probably doing in.
 
In this show Steve and Drew talk about how to get outside, be more active and enjoy some good quality Vitamin D in sunshine, they also talk about why this is so important to our health as well.
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Today I'm interviewing Geoff Freeborn on Pro Baseball World Travels! He's a former pro baseball player, who was fortunate enough to play all over the world including all 6 continents, two national teams (Canada and GB). He is now a coach full time in Calgary and he's also started website sidearmnation.com for sidearm/submarine pitchers.

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Mike is co-owner and senior personal trainer Longevity Personal Fitness. Born and raised in Millburn, Mike has been on a path of studying the areas of fitness and health for over 25 years. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge with individuals and groups to help them feel and move better. Beyond strength, he is specifically focused on the biomechanics of functional movement and bridging the gap between theory and practical application and how it applies to personal longevity.

Mike continually researches the latest theories on fitness training and movement. Throughout his career, he has worked with everyone from athletes to retired professionals. Mike is a Certified Functional Aging Specialist and has a B.S. in Biology from Kean University. Besides training, his personal passions are spending time with his family, Krav Maga Self Defense training, rock climbing, tai chi and hiking with his dog.

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With summer fast approaching it seems as though more and more people are planning their summer vacations or maybe just a get away from the cold. Many are going the 'all inclusive route' which can make it difficult to stay on track with your healthy routines.

So we thought it was a perfect time to offer tips and suggestions on how to stay fit, healthy and keep all those results you've been working so hard to get. 
 
In this show we offer ways to stay active while away, keep your routines and stay on track with nutrition even when someone else is preparing the food. 
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At 94 years old, Clara Belle has stories we don’t hear any more. A perspective that needs to be cherished and not forgotten about. Her name is as beautiful as her story is interesting. From raising a large family to chicken farming to going to Olds College; Clara Belle is lovely, entertaining and has a sense of humour you will soon enjoy.

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“Part head in the clouds, part nose to the grindstone,” Mike Vacanti believes taking control of your diet and training will make your dreams your reality. Mike is one of the new breed of trainers bringing a totally new model of online support to clients across the globe, and he’s one of the best in the business. He blends psychological support with proven diet plans and training methods to inspire men and women to make permanent and healthy lifestyle changes that work.


What's the difference between allergies and intolerances, how to create healthy habits, sleep, rituals, getting the kids more active and picky eater suggestions. It's all coming up this week on Exploring Mind and Body!

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Leon Logothetis is a global adventurer, motivational speaker & philanthropist. It wasn’t always that way. He used to be a broker in the city of London where he felt uninspired and chronically depressed. He gave it all up for a life on the road. This radical life change was inspired by the inspirational movie The Motorcycle Diaries. Leon has visited more than 90 countries and traveled to every continent.

He is the host of the TV series Amazing Adventures Of A Nobody, which is broadcast across the world by National Geographic International and, over the course of three seasons, sees Leon cross America, the United Kingdom, and Europe on just 5 dollars, 5 pounds, and 5 euros a day, respectively.

His books, Amazing Adventures of a Nobody and The Kindness Diaries are in stores now. His new book Live, Love, Explore: Discover the Way of the Traveler a Roadmap to the Life You Were Meant to Live, published by Readers Digest, is available December 2016.

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Think it's too expensive to eat healthy? How about some tips on eating healthy on a budget!? In this show I welcome on Dorothy Keith who offers her 5 top tips on how to actually save money while eating healthy.

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On this edition of Exploring Mind and Body, we open up Exploring Mind and Body listeners to a full episode of the D&D Morning Show.

Dorothy Keith and I put together a weekly morning show every Monday morning for our Monthly Membership. There is also an option to subscribe to the morning show so you have access to the new one each week.

The morning show is in video format, in this case we've turned the video into audio so you can listen as a podcast.

On this show, we talk about Staying on Track with your fitness routine and offer tips and suggestions on how you can keep moving forward and setting your sights on whatever health and fitness goals you want to achieve.

More details about the D&D Morning Show HERE.

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Michael DiSalvo is CEO of Coconut Country Living, an Organic Gluten Free SuperfoodsCompany dedicated to healing the body and our planet. After being diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis in 1993, Michael spent many years wrestling with pain, anxiety, and depression until learning about the secrets of Ayurveda and natural medicine.

Having met his wife of 9 years in the outback of Perth, Australia, at the complete opposite side of the world from Cincinnati, Ohio, he learned the ancient healing secrets that not only made him mobile without medication, but allowed him to reveal these healing secrets to thousands of Americans who were sick of suffering from the status quo in the lackluster land of allopathy.

Michael has authored several books, including How Ginger the Kitchen Movie Star Can Spice Up Your Cooking and Make You HOLLYWOOD Beautiful and The History of Turmeric's Secret Benefits for Health and Beauty What the Yogis Aren't Telling You. He continues to live in Cincinnati with his wife and two young children, and they expect another little girl to join their family in March 2017.

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International Best Seller of Meals that Heal Julie Daniluk is BACK on Exploring Mind and Body!

Julie's got a brand new book, and we couldn't be more excited to have her back on the show. Join Drew Taddia this week to hear Julie talk about how to Naturally, Holistically and Safely put your body through a 21 day cleanse with her Hot Detox sensation!

With seemingly endless recipes that are anti-inflammatory AND gut healing, you'll want to personally thank Julie for all the work she's done to put this together for us.

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It seems there are always bugs and viruses hanging around and everyone is having to treat those illnesses.  Taking care of your body on a daily basis is the key to prevention instead of treatment.  If you do things that will prevent illness, then you will seldom have to treat.

Learn how to attack your immune system instead of those nasty bugs and viruses attacking you.  The key is strengthening your immune system from the inside out.

Listen in as I give tips and take aways to guide you through some of the major issues.

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Do you remember the name Crowley who in 1931 was deemed one of the most dangerous criminals NYC has ever seen. Kind of odd that a man who's nick name was 'two gun' didn't think he was wrong. In fact in a letter he wrote about himself, he mentioned his "weary and kind heart that wouldn't harm anyone".

After being sentenced to the electric chair Crowley said, 'this is what I get for defending myself'.

How about Al Capone, we remember his name. A notorious gangster that ran the streets of NYC and then Chicago's. Well, he didn't think he was wrong either.

He said, "I've spent the best years for my life giving people the lighter pleasures, helping them have a good time".

Recently I was working with a group I wasn't getting the results I wanted. I thought to myself over and over again, why aren't they doing this or that, why can't they understand?

Then I thought to myself, what I am doing wrong. At first, I couldn't figure it out, my directions were clear, my expectations didn't seem to be too much.

But I continued to think 'how can I change', 'how can I make an adjustment to get them to response differently'.

The truth is, we never think we're wrong, it's always the other person/people. Many times we're pointing the finger but don't take responsibility.

So here's what happened, I changed my attitude, my perspective, changed the program and you know what. This group changed too. They started doing what was expected, what was asked. The energy changed in the room, they got more out of it and so did I.

Something to think about if you aren't getting the end result you're looking for. Maybe, just maybe, it's not them. It's you.

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Helene Segura is the author of the Inefficiency Assassin and can help you reduce stress and organize your life. In this show she talks about priorities, goal setting, making more time in your day and being more productive!
 
Helene Segura, MA Ed, CPO®, is a time management consultant based in San Antonio, TX. She combines neuroscience, educational psychology and pop culture to teach her individual clients and keynote and training audiences how to improve their efficiency during their work day so they can have a life outside of it. Her website is www.HeleneSegura.com.
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On this show I brought on Helene Segura who is an efficiency and time management expert to talk about the myth of multi tasking.

I also talk about how much time I save throughout the day by no longer using a cell phone.

Hopefully this conversations gives you a better idea of how to save time throughout the day and maybe it will give you some ideas on how to be more productive. 

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Jessica Mitton is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Culinary Nutrition Expert located in the heart of beautiful Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, Canada. Jessica believes in a holistic approach, taking into consideration the body, mind and spirit.

She is fascinated by the healing potential of natural, whole food and how it can be used to help individuals improve their overall health and quality of life. A passionate force in the kitchen, Jessica is continually working to develop her own highly nutritious and equally delicious recipes, always experimenting, tweaking and refining to ensure that the food tastes every bit as good as it will make you feel.

Most of all, Jessica enjoys any opportunity to share with others her passion for nutritious foods made from whole, organic and locally sourced ingredients.

Jessica has been involved with a number of events and organizations. She has been featured in the Academy of Culinary Nutrition’s 2016 From Scratch Cookbook and is a former recipe contributor for Co-op Atlantic. She has given presentations and demonstrations at high schools and public events and has also been featured in Old Crow and Co-op Dish magazines.

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Healthy habits are absolutely essential when working towards positive lifestyle changes. The most successful people in the world have a morning routine, these are filled with habits that improve both the mind and body.

Through breathing exercises, quality nutrition, stretching, working out and more will all give you the best opportunity to make each day the most successful as possible.

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We all deal with injuries at some point or another especially for those that are active on a regular basis.

In this show I give a number of tips to help you continue working out so you don't lose those results you worked so hard to gain.

These tips include:

  • understanding injuries are normal (you're not out of shape, too old or unable to workout)
  • listen to your body
  • don't make excuses 
  • wear a brace or wrap
  • use tools like a chair or bosu ball
  • talk to an expert 
  • try different exercises or modifications 

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Kathrine Switzer has long been one of running’s most iconic figures. But when she was inducted into the U.S.A. National Women’s Hall of Fame last year, it was not just for breaking barriers being the first female to finish the Boston Marathon, or last woman to win the NYC Marathon, but also for creating positive global social change. Because of her, millions of women are now empowered by the simple act of running.

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I thought it might be fun to do a show about 5 liquids for optimal health.

I quickly list what and why which include:

  • Kombucha 
  • Green smoothie
  • fruit smoothie 
  • water
  • tea 
  • carrot juice (bonus!)
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Join Drew Taddia on Exploring Mind and Body this week as he interviews Aaron Laviolette on Tire Health! 

Aaron, owner of the local Tire Shop for over 40 years talks about the importance of Tire Health, when to change, how to know what tires, and regular check ups and adjustments as well. 

 

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This show was inspired by those that think and say 'it's too expensive to eat healthy'. In this show I talk about the cost of healthy living and the price we pay by not taking care of our bodies.

That includes:

  • not being used to quality foods
  • eating once a day 
  • considering what your  time is worth
  • cost of medication 
  • feeling good about yourself 

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My name is Waylon Auger. I am 26 years old from Wabasca, Alberta (6 hrs north of Olds) in my second year of college volleyball in ACAC. I have a family back home consisting of my girlfriend Tori, daughter Leilani (3 years old), and son Dominic (2 years old).

I just returned to dedicating myself to the game of volleyball less than 3 years ago after being focused on basketball since I was 20 but it never working out. I am also in Business - Sports Management and will graduate with a diploma after this year.

Some goals this year are to finish in the top 10 for kills per set and digs per set in the ACAC. As I stated this is my second season of ACAC volleyball, of which I am captain and a starter this season.

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I’ve decided that I’d like to do something this year for those in need. I’ve wanted to do this for awhile now but never took the initiative. It seems like more than ever local families are in need. I also understand food banks could use our help more than ever.

I know there are so many organizations out there that are doing incredible things. Organizations I could help out, in fact, when I tell people what I’d like to do, many say, ‘why don’t you help _____’.

The truth is, I want to do my own thing, but I want to do it together. I could have helped another organization but truthfully besides some food items here or a gift there, I haven’t done as much as I’d like to.

Others say, ‘wait till you have more time to plan’, when I hear that I think to myself, how many families can we help this year that will appreciate that I don’t wait for another year. I think, how many families could we have helped if I started this 5 years ago when I first thought of it.

So I’ve decided to start a Campaign called:
‘100 Boxes for 100 Local Families’.

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Faye Stenning is a professional Spartan racer. She finished 2nd in 2016 US Championship Series and 3rd at 2016 Spartan World Championships.

Faye Stenning OCR talks about grueling workouts, her no excuse attitude and tips and motivation as well to help you get to and through your own workouts!

Show Notes:

  • Past athletic history,
  • training and nutrition,
  • what it takes to be at this level,
  • balancing training with other life demands,
  • thoughts about OCR one day being in the Olympics

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In this show I talk about why January is the WORST time to start any type of health and wellness program.

Research shows only 8% of people get past January when starting a program in the new year.

Then we have financial issues with all the Christmas gift spending. Packed gyms, colder weather, icy roads, not to mention being in a new environment while tons of other people are standing around waiting for equipment. 

On top of all that with the unhealthy habits we are creating now with Christmas parties, desserts, appetizers and more, we're pretty much setting ourselves up for failure in the New Year.

More on why you should start today in the show!

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Health Coach, Wellness Author, and Motivational Speaker Michael Tamez, experienced a 15-year health transformation. On his incredible adventure, Michael lost 105 pounds, lowered his blood pressure, and reversed sleep apnea and advanced gum disease. This was all accomplished naturally, without drugs or surgery. Michael’s journey was intensified when he lost 5 family members in the course of 18 months. All of these experiences combined led Michael to discover his true passion in life. Michael's mission is to inspire a permanent shift in the way people eat, think, feel, live and love.

 

Show Notes:

  • Whole body health
  • Meditation and its benefits
  • Yoga and its anti-aging, fountain of youth effects
  • The importance of balance - it's okay to have pizza and beer sometimes
  • Stop dieting and start living!

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With Thanksgiving coming up I thought I'd offer some Thanksgiving Holiday Nutrition Tips which can be used during any holiday season. 

This is a difficult time of year for many with so many temptations right in our face, which lasts all day for some. Then the next day with treats, desserts and leftovers.

It's important to understand we're developing habits right now, many in which that are unhealthy. So when it come to make lifestyle changes we find results come that much harder because of the habits we're developing right now.

Show Notes:

- Eat before you go

- Bring something healthy to eat

- Avoid deep fried appetizers 

- Know that you don't 'have' to drink just because everyone else is

- Fill your plate with veggies first or fill your first plate full of veggies then go back for more

- Avoid the all day marathon of overindulging. If possible stay for one meal.

- Plan a meal for when you got home

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I thought I'd try a different format on the show this week. We have so much great content and so many incredible guests I thought we'd reach back and pull out a couple fantastic interviews on Stress to help you understand how to reduce stress in different ways.

I brought back Dr. Ciaramicoli author of The Stress Solution to share some of his tips and insights with us. Briefly Dr. Ciaramicoli is a licensed clinical psychologist and the chief medical officer of soundmindz.org, a popular mental health platform. He has been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and chief psychologist of Metrowest Medical Center.

And we've also have Rick Titan who is the author of Crush Stress, and has first hand experience on living a stressful lifestyle as a professional athlete which has brought his to teach others how to reduce stress.

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I recently took a trip to the Big Apple and I had such an incredible experience I wanted to share it with you. The buzz of the City that never sleeps alone is something I've never experienced before. It actually took me a couple days after I left to realize how much actually goes on there.

When you're in it, in most things in life it takes awhile for you to take a step back and realize what actually happened.

From homeless people to those that lived in apartments that cost $10,000 a month! It such a crazy and incredible experience to see so many different things, feel different emotions, brush shoulders with thousands of people in a day and feel the exhaustion of all of that at the end of a day.

There is so much to do is NYC I feel like you could go there for a month and still not see everything. But what I did see and what a I did experience, I share with you in this show. I hope you enjoy.

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Life of a college athlete with Matt Lehouillier who is the captain of the Olds College Soccer team. I thought it would be a fun show to bring on a local athlete to talk about their sport and what it's like to be a college athlete.

So I invited Matt on to talk about his experiences, what it's like to travel and play and go to school all at the same time as an athlete. I remember my days of traveling and playing, team bonding, new experiences and more. This show brought back some great memories that I'll always cherish.

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We all know how great it feels to open up the windows and get rid of old junk or things we haven't used all winter when spring rolls around. When you open the windows you are not only bringing fresh air in the house but new energy as well.

It's the same as getting rid of things you don't use or need. You feel so much better because you are releasing stagnant energy as well, which is why it's so important in learning stagnant energy on a regular basis. This keeps our stress levels own, we have less emotional baggage and our spirits are lifted as we walk around with less weight on our shoulders.

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On this edition of Exploring Mind and Body Kristin Brown is going to talk about the importance of understanding digestive health. As a registered dietician she says the good majority of her clients deal with digestion issues in some way. On today's show we'll focus on how 70% of our immune system residents in our gut, serotonin production in our gut and basic digestion and absorption.

Kristin Brown is a Registered Dietitian running a local and online nutrition consulting practice in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Kristin is the voice behind the blog Grounded Health Nutrition, helping people craft a healthy life they love using delicious food and sustainable lifestyle practices. Through her practice, Kristin shows people that eating healthy and loving the food they eat CAN be done and that creating a lifestyle that is both healthy AND indulgent is the key to long term success.

 

Show Notes:

  • Digestive health,
  • inflammation
  • diet sustainability
  • focus on prevention
  • immune system
  • digestion and absorption
  • antibiotics
  • probiotics
  • gas, bloating, indigestion, diarrhea is not normal
  • chew your food
  • rest and digest
  • mindful eating 
  • gut health bacteria
  • fermented foods
  • puradyme (where to get probiotics)
  • back to basics
  • whole foods

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Winter is coming (or is mostly here) BLAH. There is little to look forward to except more winter BLAH ;). The days are shorter, nights are longer, less Sunshine, less activity, less fresh air. A whole lot of things that wake us up, make us feel good and give us energy is gone. 
 
It's important to recognize this and take action before we're stuck in 'winter depression' which is pretty difficult to get out of.  It's easy to curl up on the couch, and do nothing because it's cold and dark outside. Then of course there's winter weight, more misery, comfy clothes ;), an unending cycle of less than positive stuff going on.
 
Time to take action TODAY before our unhealthy habits turn into rituals. 
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I can't say I ever understood going through the motions, I always figured if you're going to do, you may as well do it well. I think about all the things we do half way or even multitasking (which is another myth), and wonder why not do it 100% if you're going to do it at all?

In this show I talk about the benefits of going full tilt and avoiding going through the motions. What I've found when putting all the effort in I could possibly muster and what I've found the odd time when I don't.

I've also share some experiences working with others when it comes to living a healthy lifestyle and if you want to see results there really is no other way.

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I understand we an automatic knee jerk reaction when it comes to the word failure but when you think about it and if we break it down, we can realize failure is a good thing. In fact as many of us know, without failure there is no success. Which doesn't mean we still don't fear it.

In this show I talk about how we need failure to succeed in the gym. Why we have to fail if we want to find success with our health and fitness goals. I hope this show helps you understand failure helps us push past our limits, it helps us find out what those limits are, how to push past our comfort zone (and find out what it is).

Show Notes:

  • pushing past your comfort zone
  • failure is the only way to see results
  • failure is our friend, not an enemy
  • trying new things will help you get better at both the new things and past things
  • push past your limits
  • a small amount of failure should encourage you to succeed
  • if you never fail how will you get better?

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Category:general -- posted at: 5:00am MDT

On this edition of Exploring Mind and Body Samantha Skelly is going to talk about releasing emotions for weight loss which includes why the diet industry is corrupted and getting worse, why the world is fat and frustrated, why diets make you fatter, how disconnection is keeping us depressed, and what you need to give up in order to create sustainable transformation.

Who is Samantha Skelly?

Canada’s leading emotional eating expert and the founder of Hungry For Happiness, a movement to support women around the world who are suffering from disordered eating and body image issues. She is a award winning, sought out international speaker who delivers inspirational presentations to empower those who struggle with the relationship they have to food and their bodies. Samantha has appeared on Global TV, Shaw, NBC and CBC to share her mission on an international platform.

Hungry For Happiness creates online accessible and affordable recovery resources to those who are suffering in silence. Samantha was awarded ‘Top 24 under 24’ in September 2013, In 2014 she was a finalist as the ‘Best Emerging Entrepreneur’ by Small Business BC. Samantha Skelly aims to create a disruptive company in the eating disorder recovery space. Her vision is to create the largest and most impactful online resource to support those who’s lives are negatively affected by issues with food and their bodies.

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Category:general -- posted at: 9:33am MDT

Pre workout nutrition comes up quite a bit, truthfully I stay away from this question because it can become quite complicated. Depending on your goals, your sport time of day you're working out, how long your workout, etc all play a vital role in what type of nutrition you should be consuming before a workout.

In this show I go over the very basics of what you should be having nutrition wise before a meal. Understand that this could vary depending on where you're at with your fitness routine but make no mistake about it, nutrition before a workout is very important when considering optimal health and getting the most out of a workout.

Show Notes:

  • why I don't believe in carb loading (for pretty much any sport, activity or workout)
  • the importance of consuming balanced meals
  • how fats are slow burning and fuel your works
  • complex carbohydrates are also slow burning and should be consumed before a workout
  • look for light and easy meals to digest before a workout. An example of this would be: a quinoa salad, with avocado, and chick peas (or chicken breast)
  • snack meals before a workout would include - avocado and salsa, peanut butter and banana
  • stay away from low quality protein supplements before a workout
  • I highly recommend Complete Truth Protein supplement before a workout

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Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am MDT

Louise Landry is nothing short of inspirations as we talk about how she will accept no limitations. At age 56, a stroke survivor and more active than people half her age, Louise continues to push her limits and inspire those around her.

Louise has been a part of Monthly Membership since is started over a year ago (at the time of this post/recording) and has been with us for whole food detoxes before hand. Along with workouts throughout the week, weekly yoga and NIA classes Louise stays active all the time.

As a stroke survivor and limitations in eye sight and her left arm Louise doesn't let anything hold her back, in fact you might say she does more than the average person regardless of what limitation might be put in front of her.

Dorothy and I traveled to Lethbridge to run with Louise for her first 5K after training for only 4 months. She'll tell you herself she doesn't love running, but I think the challenge is what keeps her going. She actually signed up for another 5k that she hopes to run in the winter to raise money for the food bank.

In this interview I asked Louise if she had any advice for someone that might say they are too old to set a new goal or go after something that might interest them. She said, 'give it a shot, there's always a way around any limitation you may seem to have. Take it slow, schedule your workouts in and work progressively toward your goals'.

Truly an inspiration. Thank you for all that you do Louise, we couldn't be happier we found you.

 

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Category:general -- posted at: 5:57am MDT

Dorothy and I couldn't be more excited to share with you news about our new Morning Show!

What we've decided to do is put together a morning show for our Monthly Members that will be open to the public.

We've also decided to open up bonus podcasts with special guests for a NEW membership group in case you want more than our usual weekly radio show and weekly podcast.

We're going to package our morning show and bonus podcasts into a membership for those who are interested in hearing and seeing more of what we do.

The morning show will consist of Dorothy and I sharing a topic of the week and a product of the week, along with details for our monthly members.

And the bonus podcasts will be of special guests sharing exclusive content for another private group.

Stay tuned, for more details, it's all coming soon!

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Category:general -- posted at: 8:59am MDT

Dana took a massage therapy two year program (2200 hrs) at Mount Royal College, located in Calgary AB, and has been doing massage therapy full time for Seven years now. Dana has been actively involved with massage therapy in the Mountain view area for the last 6 years and now is expanding her clientele and is known for her Therapeutic Treatments with her clients.

She continually attends courses to keep updated and has gone to Thailand for authentic courses with Reflexology and Thai Massage and Lymph node drainage. and as well always learning new techniques and modalities. Additional treatments are:Hot Stone; Raindrop/Aromatherapy; Light Therapy Technician; Relaxation and Therapeutic massage.

Show Notes:

  • deep tissue massage
  • foot reflexology
  • theraputic message
  • decrease pain
  • increase range of motion
  • frozen shoulder
  • tennis elbow
  • headaches
  • essential oil
  • stretching your comfort zone

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Category:general -- posted at: 9:39am MDT

There are so many benefits to working out at home instead of the gym. I hear complains about traffic to and from the gym, lack of time to workout, the extra costs of gym fees and more. So I thought, why not write down some tips on why workout at home instead of the gym.

5 Reasons to Workout at Home

More efficient workouts 

Gyms were meant for body builders, from squat racks to isolation machines. If you're not a body builder and you aren't injured, you can get a whole lot more out of your workout by doing more functional movements that are efficient and will get you the results you're looking for.

Save Time 

There is driving time, there is traffic, there is even waiting in line to check in. Avoid all that by working out at home.

Save Money 

Gyms fees, money for gas, possibly parking fees. Course there are hidden fees, even cancellation fees. New shoes, gym clothes and more. It seems like there is always a reason to spend more money when you are working out at a gym. Workout at home and by pass all those extra fees.

Waiting for Equipment

This goes along with saving time. It seems like especially when you're in a rush there is always someone on the machine you want. There's a good chance no one is working out in the same area you are when you're at home.

Avoid the Creepy Guy

We all know what it's like to be watched by the creepy guy. He's likely asked you for your phone number or is thinking about it as he engages in awkward conversation while you're trying to get your workout in.

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Category:general -- posted at: 6:00am MDT

Malcolm Saunders mission is to deeply connect people to their food. He has worked in the field of food and nutrition for 20 years and is the owner & creative visionary of The Light Cellar. Malcolm is a public speaker and intuitive chef who specializes in sharing the alchemy of superfoods and superherbs. Through his videos, workshops and seminars he has helped thousands of individuals recreate their relationship to food. He has an expertise and passion for creating and teaching others how to make energizing and healing foods, including chocolate, elixirs and ferments.

Malcolm’s desire is to inspire others to live and eat from a space that honours the sacredness of all Life, illuminating the power of influence our food choices have on ourselves, other beings, and the planet we live on. Malcolm has created events and shared the stage with world-renown speakers including David Wolfe, Daniel Vitalis, Sandor Katz, Nadine Artemis, Dr. Terry Willard and more.

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:54pm MDT

There are so many nutrition myths out there, so much misconception, so many 'perceived truths', which I why I decided to put down my top 5 nutrition myths. There is information coming from every angle, but is it valid, is because 'we've always done it that way', or maybe there's even truth to it. Regardless, let's stir the pot a bit and give you something different to consider.

Top 5 Nutrition Myths

#1. Gatorade 

'For hydration and electrolytes' FALSE! - Gatorade has toxics, colouring, sugar and more. Any product that has ingredients you can't read, pronounce or spell, I highly recommend staying away from.

#2. Dairy Milk 

'Milk does a body body good', for many this is false as well. Now I'm not saying everyone should stay away from cow's milk or dairy products but if you have digestion issues, if your child has sleep issues or if you get nasally after your morning bowl of cereal or glass of milk with dinner you should consider trying a different type of milk.

Course whatever issue you may have doesn't always have to do with milk or dairy. We should consider everything we put in our body and learn and understand if it's harmful or nutritional. Milk is at the very least worth considering given it's in the top 3 allergens in most lists.

#3. Meat Protein 

'You need meat protein to gain muscle' FALSE - today we have more vegan athletes than ever which include bodybuilders, long distance athletes and more. You don't need meat protein in every meal and you certainly don't need protein from meat to gain muscle.

#4. Counting Calories 

Counting calories could very well be the least positive thing you do for your health. Every calorie is not created equally. More times than not, counting calories does more damage than good thinking we're doing a good thing for our body for example when we consume '100 calories' or proceed food for example thinking it's healthy because it only has 100 calories.

#5. Supplements 

This one may be hard to believe but in most cases supplements do more damage than good. No question low quality, cheap and discounted supplements are detrimental to our health, increase toxins and are simply harmful.

Look for good quality supplements or stick with food and get your nutritions from whole foods.

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Category:general -- posted at: 5:00am MDT

On this show I'm joined by Adam and Shoshana Chaim from the Plant Trainers podcast who actually interview me on this edition of Exploring Mind and Body

Drew's passion for baseball led him to research about nutrition and workouts to help him stay on the field longer and move up the ranks from College to the professional level. He started experimenting with his own body and tested which food made him quicker, stronger and what foods would even help him heal quicker.

He eventually discovered that plant-based nutrition can make a big difference in his performance as an athlete. He became stronger, healthier and even slept better. He started to have more mental clarity than ever. The secret, all the while, was the food that he was putting into his body.  This eventually led him to design "Complete Truth Protein", which is a whole food supplement.

Now, he is now a full time health and wellness advocate hosts his nationally syndicated radio talk show is author of "Detoxify Yourself"and has a new passion of helping other live healthy lives.

 

Show Notes:

- grew up in Canada

- goal as an athlete to be a college athlete

- went down to california played college ball

- started to experiment with own body.

- researched about nutrition, workouts to stay on the field longer.

- started doing fulltime

- plant-based nutrition

- common misconceptions on becoming an athlete

- toxic food can cause stress

- genetically modified food

- alcohol, tobacco, soy, coke, redbull

- greens can energize you in the morning

- fruits and vegetables

- non-gmo foods (fruits and vegetables)

- foods you can afford - locale farmers

- access to organic food

- drew tadia's green smoothie ingredient

- stayed away from dairy

- injuries roots from stress on our body

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Category:general -- posted at: 5:00am MDT

It's been awhile since I decided to get rid of cell phone, and it's been awhile since I talked about it. 9 months later I still haven't hooked up my phone so I thought I would share some of my 'no cell phone challenges'.

No it's not always easy but it's still the best decision I made both in my business and personal life. I'm not constantly interrupted when I'm working on a project, I'm not continually looking at my phone when I'm out with friends and family and I'm not thinking about who's said what on social media when I'm not directly on social media.

I do continue to have a few challenges which include:

  • People are actually insulted when they ask me for my number and I tell them I don't have one. They don't think I'm telling the truth. This is always awkward because the only number I can give them is my toll free number (888-572-5552) which you can only leave a message for.
  • Verification is a frustrating challenge. Most online services from social media to to banks, when they want to verify it's your account want to send a message to your phone.
  • Business meetings are another challenge. People want to know what number than can reach me. I can avoid this by offering my email address but some insist on calling.
  • This real frustration is really on the other side that I can understand. Family and friends find it frustration when they can't call or text me. Even though there is social media, Skype, FaceTime, email and more. But again I can understand this challenge.

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A three-kilometre fun run with his sons in 1981 was the catalyst for the then-out-of-shape, overweight John Stanton to realize he had to change his lifestyle. A food industry executive who smoked two packs of cigarettes a day, he began running secretly before dawn because he felt self-conscious about having his neighbours see "this chubby little guy" who could only run from lamp post to lamp post before having to take a walk break.

John went on to run over 60 marathons, hundreds of road races and numerous triathlons, including the Hawaiian World Championship Ironman competition. His pre-dawn runs would ultimately become John Stanton's 10:1 run/walk combination that has helped close to a million people do everything from learn to run to complete marathons, upright and smiling.

Show Notes:

  • part of Edmonton road runners
  • running with respect
  • no age limits to running
  • building a community 
  • benefits of running
  • nutrition and running - rewards vs fuelling your body
  • making time vs 'I don't have time'
  • methods and procedure in place
  • surround yourself with bright people
  • stay challenged

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Category:general -- posted at: 9:39am MDT

In this shorter show of 5 tips in 5 minutes we'll go over how to avoid temptation at work. 

Some of these tips include:

tell your co-workers 

have a good breakfast 

bring a health lunch 

bring food to snack on

get active at lunch time 

try to start a challenge 

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Category:general -- posted at: 6:13am MDT

I have been loving teaching yoga in Vegreville for about 6 years. I find the reason that I love to do yoga myself is that I always feel better for it! And it is for this reason that I love to teach yoga - because it is so gratifying to be able to help other people feel better too! Prior to my certification, I worked for fifteen years in the school system as an Educational Assistant, so it was an easy transition to teaching in the studio.

I came to the practice myself for the physical benefits, as I think many in our Western culture do. But I quickly found that many of the practices, though simple, were very profound. The act of simply becoming aware of your breath and your body, and how you're feeling physically, mentally, emotionally, can have such a huge impact on stress and anxiety levels. Yoga translates as yoke or union, and by simply reconnecting our physical, spiritual and mental aspects, we can come to find more balance in our lives. 

I am married to Cam, and we are happy parents to six grown children and two grandchildren. We live and work on a farm south of Vegreville, as well as work together in another business. Aside from my love of yoga, I enjoy time with our family, the outdoors, hiking, snowboarding, and water sports.

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Category:general -- posted at: 10:08pm MDT

Listen to Dorothy as she talks about the importance of running with a purpose. After her friend and running partner passed away she decided to start a campaign called Running for Rozina where Dorothy plans to raise money for the Children's Hospital art program.

More details in the show from her training program to recovery, addressing post goal depression and more.

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Category:general -- posted at: 3:36pm MDT

In this show I wanted to talk about the importance of a team. It's seems like more than ever I'm starting to realize how important a team is not only in business but in life. Think about your work place, there's a good chance you work with a team. You have a boss or manager, you have coworker and other employees all doing different things but working together for one purpose.

This is no different than a family. Each one of our family members contribute in some way. Course sports is no different. Everyone has one goal, everyone has a job or an objective and without that part done, we miss a big part of what we're trying to accomplish.

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Category:general -- posted at: 5:56am MDT