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Chris Walker: Fat-Burning Chef, Living Without Testosterone, and Why You Shouldn’t OD on Smart Drugs
So, on to the show with Chris where we talk about:
What it’s like to live without testosterone (and how you can regulate yours naturally).
What happens if you OD on smart drugs.
Why The Fat-Burning Chef is the best thing since sliced bread.
And how to be a hot wing eating champion.
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One of the number one request when people begin eating different is, "Where's the grocery list?" Everyone has a grocery list in their refrigerator, pantry and kitchen. The wise question would be, "How do I create a grocery list that helps me achieve my goals?" In this episode of Diet Free Life with Robert Ferguson you will learn how to create a grocery list that helps you keep your body in fat burning mode.
Taking time to put together a grocery list can save you time, money and helps you maximize your waistline!
Learn more at www.DietFreeLife.com
T&A talk about T's first experience at Burning Man and how it's not all drugs and sex! Hear her stories and what made Burning Man so unique to her, her challenging assimilation back into society, and what made it such a stress free environment- despite no showers and dust storms.
Tales of a Former Fat Kid
September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. Did you know that one out of every 5 children are overweight or obese? What's more unfortunate, is that these same children suffer the same fate as adults, greater risk of diabetes, heart disease and hypertension.
Childhood obesity is a major public health problem.
Children who have obesity are more likely to have obesity as adults. This can lead to lifelong physical and mental health problems, including diabetes and increased risk of certain cancers.
Children who have obesity face more bullying and stigma.
Childhood obesity is influenced by many factors.
Working together, states, communities, schools, child care providers, and parents can help make healthier food, beverages, and physical activity the easy choice for children and adolescents to help prevent childhood obesity.
The good news? Childhood obesity can be prevented. Communities, health professionals, and families can work together to create opportunities for kids to eat healthier and get more active.
Join MSKeepItMoving on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show? as she talks about Childhood Obesity awareness and her experience as "The Fat Kid." Find out how to make a difference for kids with strategies for preventing childhood obesity and encourage communities, organizations, families, and individuals to get involved.
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Fat Burning Furnace Lies Exposed Here. Fat Burning Furnace user Exposes Everything Right Here.
Ben Coomber is a performance nutritionist, coach, writer, and host of “Ben Coomber Radio” – another #1 rated health podcast on iTunes in the UK.
On today’s show, we talk about:
Sneaky tips from an actor on how to be a more effective personal trainer
What it feels like to be fat (and why losing weight makes you feel like less of a man)
Why getting a terrific body doesn’t make you happy
And tons more…
SHOW DESCRIPTION: Have you been bamboozled by the billion dollar weight loss industry? If so, you are far from alone! What if everything you have ever heard or read about losing weight was wrong? What if dieting is actually making you gain even more fat? You should not even think about starting yet another diet before hearing what Brad King has to say about why diets don’t work long term. Diets cause destruction to your fat burning engine—your metabolism—making it harder and harder to lose weight with each passing year. You will never need to go on yet another diet ever again and will be given the tools to retrain your metabolism to burn fat effortlessly 24 hours a day for life. Brad will share proven strategies with you that will need to live a lean life with the abundant energy that you so richly deserve.
Your host of Transforming Health with Brad King is a highly sought after authority on nutrition, obesity, longevity and one’s health and he has been touted as one of the most influential health mentors of our time. He is the creator of the life-changing Abundant Health System and the Losing fat 4 Life System. He is an Award Winning Nutritional Formulator who was honored with the Best in Canada Award for Health Motivator/Educator and Public Speaker in 2010. Brad was inducted into the Canadian Sports Nutrition Hall of Fame in 2003 and sits on the board of Directors for CHI the premiere sports nutrition education center. He is the author of 10 books including the international bestseller Fat Wars, the award winning Beer Belly Blues and the newly released 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before... Losing Fat 4 Life!
From Blogger Chrystal Bougon
How does someone as fat as you have so much confidence? Where do you get your great self-esteem?
I have gotten this question a lot in my lifetime. I have been fat since the third grade and I am 47 now. So that is a lot of years in a fat body. Now I own a plus-size lingerie boutique and the topic of confidence and self-esteem in a fat body comes up at our boutique pretty much seven days a week. Every single day, without fail, this topic comes up. "Chrystal, how can I become confident in my fat body? What is the trick?"
So this does beg the question: Where do we get our self-esteem? How does a fat woman get to be so confident? Where did I get my own self-esteem? I have been asking myself and my community that very question a lot recently. Personally, I feel like my family and the way I was brought up gave me a good base. Unconditional love can do that for a person. I was blessed to have family who did not shame me because of my body.
This is going to sound trite, but stick with me. When I was a kid I was a voracious reader. Any magazine, book, newsletter that crossed my path I read. I read a ridiculous article in Cosmopolitan once about how women should find one thing about their body that they liked and focus on that. (It was next to an article about how to measure if your boobs are droopy by trying to hold a pencil underneath them. You have to love Cosmo in the '80s. I was 14.) But, internally, I started that discipline when I was about 14. I would focus on things like "wow, I have really cute toes." Yes, at 14. "I love how my skin gets so tan in the sun." "My green eyes are really pretty," I would repeat to myself.
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