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026: What Is Functional Nutrition?

In Episode 025, you heard how my client Kristen used Functional Nutrition to address Irritable Bowel Syndrome, which probably left you wondering, “What is Functional Nutrition?” In this episode, I explain: If you’ve ever wondered what a health coach does, or what a Functional Health Coach does, this episode will clarify how one can help you!


025: Using Functional Nutrition to Address Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

In this episode, I’m joined by my client, Kristen Aigeldinger. You’ll hear Kristen share her struggles with IBS, how she came to decide to work with me, how she overcame fears to find her new normal using Functional Nutrition, what she learned that she’ll continue to do in the long-term & ultimately, how she came to feel empowered to step into a leadership role in her own healthcare. READ THE SHOW NOTES: SUBMIT A QUESTION:


FAB024: An Introduction to Acupuncture with Emily Chui

In this episode, I’m joined by Emily Chui. Emily is an herbalist and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine who focuses on addressing the emotional well-being of her patients, which shows up in women’s health issues, digestive issues, sleeping disorders, and stress, which are all closely related to one another. In her practice, Emily practices classical theories to treat modern living health issues using gentle acupuncture styles and herbal protocols. You’ll hear Emily share what...


023: Overcoming Stress, Failure and Guilt with Sarah Argenal

When you’re a working professional, burnout and overwhelm are big challenges, and parenting is a huge part of that. This week, I’m joined by Sarah Argenal, Founder and CEO of Working Parent Resource. She helps professional parents live more deliberately in all areas of their lives so they can let go of the overwhelm and finally enjoy their journey as a working parent. You’ll hear us discuss parenting, balance, common myths and practical steps to overcome stress, failure and guilt as a...


022: Staying Healthy On Business Travel with Jessica Sutera

One of the things I aim to do on this podcast is to share stories of real women, like me and you, sharing how they make “being healthy” work for them - especially when working in the corporate world. I don’t know about you, but whenever I’m on business travel, I find it challenging to keep up with my workouts and my way of eating and many of the clients that I’ve worked with have struggled with this too. So this week I’m joined by Jessica Sutera. Jess is a Director of Corporate...


021: Bringing Mindfulness into the Workplace with Dana Pulley

In this episode, I’m joined by Dana Pulley of Stillwater Leadership. Dana is an accomplished leader, coach, consultant and a certified corporate-based mindfulness instructor who has learned first hand how mindful awareness enables you to lead and live in a more fulfilling way. You’ll hear Dana share how she began practicing mindfulness, what mindfulness is, the neuroscience behind it, and how we can bring mindfulness in our offices to create more enjoyable and productive work...


020: Aligning Your Work with Your Core Values

In a normal week, you’re working 40 hours a week (but let’s be honest, you’re probably working more than that) and your work takes up more of your time than anything else that you do. So shouldn’t it provide you with joy and satisfaction, instead of dread and the misery? In this episode, I discuss how to align your work with your core values and why this is vital to your health. READ THE SHOW NOTES: SUBMIT A QUESTION FOR THE SHOW:...


019: How I Shifted My Mindset and Changed My Relationship with Food

In this episode, I share: What my goals used to be in terms of my healthHow I defined being healthyWhat disordered eating cost meHow my mindset shifted and changed my relationship with foodAnd how I've come to treat myself with grace and acceptance I also ask you five questions to help you examine what is your mindset for truth health. READ THE SHOW NOTES: SUBMIT A QUESTION FOR THE SHOW:


018: 100% Guilt-Free Self-care with Tami Hackbarth

In this episode, I’m joined by Tami Hackbarth. Tami helps professional women who are tired of feeling dissatisfied at work and at home find SATISFACTION through 100% Guilt-Free Self-Care. You’ll hear us discuss what self-care is, what it isn’t, and how you can take a more meaningful and “whole”-istic approach to self-care. READ THE SHOW NOTES: SUBMIT A QUESTION:


017: Yin Yoga, Chinese Meridians and Fascia 101 with Jennifer O'Sullivan of Sati Yoga

In this episode, I’m joined by Jennifer O’Sullivan. Jennifer believes in the power of yoga & mindful movement to heal the mind & body and to nurture the human spirit. She sees the yoga mat and the meditation cushion as laboratories for self-discovery and transformation. You’ll hear us discuss Yin yoga, Chinese meridians, and Fascia 101. READ THE SHOW NOTES: SUBMIT A QUESTION:


016: Overcoming Overtraining with Jessica Hofheimer

In this episode, I’m joined by Jessica Hofheimer of Pace of Me. Jessica is a mom, a Pilates instructor, a running coach, a 19-time marathoner and a survivor of overtraining. You’ll hear Jess get super transparent about how she experienced overtraining and how she overcame it. READ THE SHOW NOTES: SUBMIT A QUESTION:


015: Powerful Strategies to Cope with Stress with Dr. David Lin

In this episode, I’m joined by Dr. David Lin, a clinical psychologist specializing in health psychology. I came to know Dr. Lin back in 2009 when he began treating me for debilitating insomnia. Some of the topics we discuss are: Dr. Lin also shares tips on how to cope with stressful situations. READ THE SHOW NOTES: SUBMIT A QUESTION:


014: Navigating the Holidays Mindfully

While I fully believe in enjoying the holiday season, I don’t think that you need to overindulge yourself, especially if you’re dealing with a health issue and you know that certain foods trigger your symptoms. But if you have been dealing with a health issue and you avoid certain foods because of it, I also don’t believe that you need to feel so deprived that you can’t enjoy this season either. There are strategies that you can use to enjoy the holidays without compromising your health....


013: How to Effectively Work From Home and Find Time for Fitness with Jolene Piexoto

If you’re a woman who works from home in the corporate world, this episode is for you. In this episode, I’m joined by my friend, Jolene Piexoto. Jolene is a 15 year veteran of the high-tech industry, working in business-to-business public relations and social media. Outside of her 'day job,' she spent five years also working as a barre instructor in addition to her highly demanding corporate job. In this episode, you'll hear us chat about the pros and cons of working from home, what we...


012: What Really Happens When You Overtrain

In this episode, I get really personal and share the nitty-gritty details of what happened when I overtrained. I also share five red flag signs of overtraining, the one thing that finally made me realize that I was overtrained (although I looked and seemed healthy on the outside, my gut, hormones, and mindset were pretty messed up), what I did to recover and lessons that I've learned from it. READ THE SHOW NOTES: SUBMIT A QUESTION:...


011: Overcoming Mental, Emotional & Behavioral Challenges with Holly Morello

In this episode, I’m joined by Holly Morello. Holly is a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Reiki Master. Holly bravely shares her health journey and how she helped her children through their own health challenges, particularly around the body + brain connection. She also shares insights on reiki and tapping, and how they can be used to manage stress in seemingly impossible situations.


010: How to Listen to Your Body

Have you ever heard the phrase, “Listen to your body?” Every time I was told to do this it drove me crazy! Because if you’ve never been taught how to listen to your body, how do you know how to do it? How do you know whether you are actually, truly “listening to your body” versus hearing what you just want to hear? If you’ve ever been in this situation or a similar one and had to ask yourself this question - and either felt confused, overwhelmed or even hated it, then this episode is...


009: Food Allergies, Food Sensitivities & Elimination Diets

What do gas and bloating, tummy aches, skin issues like acne and eczema, as well as headaches have in common? They are just a few of the many symptoms of food sensitivities and food intolerances. In this episode, we discuss food allergies vs. food sensitivities and intolerances, how they're different, and how to determine if you have them. We also talk about basic, full and specialty elimination diets. READ THE SHOW NOTES: SUBMIT A QUESTION:...


008: How to Break-Up with Sugar

Today’s show is all about sugar. In the last episode, 007, I discussed the non-negotiables for optimal health, and the first step was to stop eating inflammatory foods. And the most inflammatory food of them all is sugar. So in this episode, I’m sharing my personal struggles with sugar. I'm also giving you an in-depth overview of the 21-Day Sugar Detox Program: what the program is, why I love it, why I became a certified 21-Day Sugar Detox Coach, and the different ways that you can...


007: Six Non-Negotiable Actions for Improved Health

What do acne, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), anxiety & depression, unexplained weight gain, and inflammation, not to mention the seasonal allergies have in common? In this episode, we're exploring Leaky Gut Syndrome: What it is, symptoms & some causes of it. I also take you on a time lapse, sharing what I believe were influencing milestones that contributed my poor gut health. And I share the 6 non-negotiables that everyone should be doing,...


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