Today we are hearing from the definition of a FIERCE female, Dr. Lauren Smith. She's sharing about her journey to complete not just one but TWO iron man races. By the way, the iron man is probably the most difficult one-day sporting event that exists!
Whether you want to sign up for your first race or heck you just want to get off the couch, I know you are going to get SO many golden nuggets and inspiration from Lauren's story. So listen in for a huge dose of inspiration and get ready to walk away inspired and motivated to tackle your next fitness goal.
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With intuitive eating gaining traction you might be thinking, "That's amazing! More people are healing their relationship with food and their bodies!" I totally agree, but Unfortunately, that increase in popularity does come with a downside.
Due to this increase in popularity, the diet industry is picking up on the intuitive eating trend and trying to capitalize on it. This industry and even society will try to warp science and information to make it sexy, prey on your emotions, your fears around food, and the insecurities with your body.....and make money off of it! That's why today I'm sharing 5 red flags that can help you spot a diet from a mile away, even if it's disguised as a sexy intuitive eating plan or "lifestyle change."
Ready to dive deeper into intuitive eating? Join our Reboot Bootcamp! It's a Self-paced online nutrition course with ME and a group of other fierce females holding you accountable. Our next round starts JULY 6th! Register at katiehake.com/bootcamp and use the code FFHH for $50 off.
Meet Sami Fuhrmann, better known as The Traveling Sports Dietitian. Sami is a total badass, and In today's episode she'll have you thinking, "Wow, I need to take more risks and switch things up!"
While Sami had to wait on her dream job to open up for years, she didn't stay stagnate. Today, she's chatting all about how she made lemons out of lemonade along the way. We're talking about how she navigated areas of nutrition that she wasn't exactly passionate about before she was able to jump into sports dietetics.
I'm asking her all of the hard questions about how she gathered the courage to take career risks, like eventually leaving her dream job! We're also chatting about how she found her love for travel and how having a healthy relationship with food can enhance anyone's traveling experiences.
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*I recognize this is NOT my story/experience to tell, but hear me out! What are you doing to fight racial injustice? Maybe after hearing about the horrific murder of George Floyd in the media, your eyes are open to the fact that racism is still very much alive in our country and you feel compelled to speak up and support the Black Lives Matter Movement. But maybe you're afraid to potentially say the wrong thing. Today's episode is all about exploring what we can do to step up and be part of the solution despite that fear.
Lauren is joining me today, and We're having an open and honest conversation about our take on everything that is going on. We're talking about how we've realized that there's a difference between non-racism and anti-racism and that colorblindness is not the answer. We're discussing why it's not okay to disengage from dialogue surrounding white privilege. Most importantly, we're sharing about the actions that we are taking to educate ourselves, to acknowledge our white privilege, and to fight against systemic racism.
Want to continue the conversation? Join us over in the Facebook group Fit Friends Tribe - https://www.facebook.com/groups/fitfriendstribe/
When it comes to treating Gastrointestinal (GI) issues, like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), you might be wondering, "What does diagnosis/treatment look like for this kind of disorder?" or "How might disordered eating, stress, or mood disorders influence GI symptoms?"
That's why today, Crystal Savoy is coming on the show to answer all kinds of questions related to GI issues like IBS. She's explaining how IBS is diagnosed, especially in cases where eating disorders or negative body image might be involved.
Listen in as we chat about how intuitive eating can sometimes be incorporated into GI treatment plans that might tend to be more restrictive -- think elimination diets! Also, you don't want to miss the tips she shares on how to assess your own symptoms and go back to nutritional basics if you're experiencing mild GI discomfort.
Connect with Crystal:
Instagram - @crystalsavoyrd
Website - www.crystalsavoyrd.com
Find Peace With Your Body E-Course - https://thereallife-rd.teachable.com/p/find-peace-with-your-body