Healthy foods are not all created equal for every body. You’re healthy foods could be sabotaging your good health. Flipping 50 guest today has an answer for finding your personal best foods right now, and later, for a lifestyle of good eating when you’re done with diets and ready to feel good all the time.
Active women with hormone fluctuations are no strangers to digestive issues or seemingly sudden weight gain. Exercise becomes less effective and you stop thriving if you’re not absorbing the right nutrients and digesting well.
Everywhere you look there’s a new diet. There’s a friend, relative, or co-worker sharing what she’s doing. There’s no lack of short-term, short-cuts that end up being dead-ends. A temporary change in diet canhelp your gut heal and Teri Cochrane is here to talk about it. She goes wild with us and shares the concepts that are in her new Wildatarian Diet book.
Teri is an internationally known health expert specializing in complex and chronic conditions, as well as bringing elite performers to their highest potential. She recently authored the Amazon #1 New Release book “The Wildataraian Diet: Living as Nature Intended”. Teri’s thriving practice is based in the Metro D.C. area.
Questions Teri and I discussed today:
What is the Wildatarian diet? What makes it unique? The big 3: protein, sulfur, fat and what a problem with absorption might look like How can the Wildatarian lifestyle help women over the age of 50 feel and look younger? How can certain “healthy” foods hurt you? Could kale, cabbage, and broccoli are king of healthy foods be keeping you from feeling younger? Could you be sulfur sensitive? You need protein, but what hidden things in certain proteins are sabotaging health? Fat is good for our brains, tendons, and hormones. What if you aren’t processing “healthy” fats? How you can go wild (and younger, more energetic) right now Ready to find your best healthy foods?
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