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Dec 7, 2020

If you’ve ever tried to lose weight only to find yourself gaining right back to where were before, “set point theory” may explain why. Set point theory suggests that there is an internal control in the human body that actively regulates weight (primarily fat mass) to certain weight for each individual. It’s a...

Nov 9, 2020

You know menopause is coming. But do you know what healthy habits you should adopt now to help best manage the symptoms of menopause?

About today’s guest: Liz Ward* is a registered dietitian nutritionist and co-author of several books, including The Menopause Diet Plan, which is written with her friend and...

Oct 26, 2020

"When your muscles are more flexible they are going to be more efficient in their movement."

Whether you're a fitness junkie or just someone who wants to be able to get up and down off the floor as you age, this quote from today's guest sums up one of the main reasons people need to incorporate exercise that enhances...

Oct 12, 2020

If there was ever a year to learn more about how certain herbs can reduce stress, it has to be 2020, right?

In today’s episode, my guest — Vicki Shanta Retelny — explains how certain herbs known as “adaptogens” help your body adapt to stress by acting on the neuroendocrine system to thwart our stress...

Oct 5, 2020

I typically reserve Odds & Ends Episodes for times when there's been a lot to catch up later in the season. But there's been so much happening since Season 3 ended, over the summer and in recent weeks, I wanted us to catch up on a few things sooner rather than later. 

In this episode: 

  • A recap of recent recipes on