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Call in and join our discussion! 646-200-0848 -- Join Stacy Gertz and Doreen Guma of the Time to Play Foundation, as we discuss Holiday Eating -- we CAN stay healthy during this time of year! Doreen is a New York State Department of Health Diabetes PREVENTION counselor. This was a topic just discussed with her group and is very timely for us, too!
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The stuffing, casseroles and desserts how do you enjoy the season and stay within your healthy eating plan? Join me and returning guest expert Jennifer Dent, Health Coach as she shares techniques for us to enjoy our favorite seasonal dishes and eat healthy.
Jennifer Dent supports busy women who still want to rock their skinny jeans (sans the muffin top) without extreme diets, calorie counting, pills or deprivation. Her ideal client is ready to learn how to LOVE living a healthy life and jump off the diet roller coaster for good.
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Jennifer Schmid helps people to uncover the root causes of thier health issues so they can naturally heal for good physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. Join us in a discussion on how to eat healthy around the holiday season.
Happy Holidays to you and yours!!! What are your Holiday Traditions? Are you starting a Holiday Tradition? What is a Holiday Tradition? What is your favorite song for the Holidays and why? Favorite food; those must haves. Now what will you do with all those left overs? What was your favorite gift you received? How do you say Thank You to a gift that isn't what you want? When do you take your tree down? Plus we will announce our Holiday Traditions winner and hear their Holiday Tradition.
In this show you’ll learn:
How to eat well while staying jolly
Mindfulness tips to combat holiday stress
The importance of remaining consistent with holiday choices
With holiday parties starting to be in full swing, many people are staying busy and eating on the go, or overindulging in sweet party treats. And then there’s grandma’s sweet potato casserole or the family’s favorite gravy. The holidays are filled with memories, but there are other things that fill those spaces. The average person gains 5-10 pounds over the holiday season. But it doesn’t have to be that way…
Join Dr. Ritamarie as she answers your questions on how to make smart food and drink decisions for yourself during the holidays.
Dr. Ritamarie is the founder of the Institute of Nutritional Endocrinology, and has over 23 years of clinical experience as a functional medicine practitioner and clinical nutritionist.
Welcome to the Healthy Baby Boomers Network Blog Talk Radio Show. I am your host, Dr. Erica Goodstone, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Spiritual Relationship Healer and Somatic Body Psychotherapist, Helping Men and Women Heal Their Bodies and Their Relationships Through Love, author of the book: Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me and the romantic novel, Love in the Blizzard of Life, and creator of the life changing 30 Day Love Challenge.
Today my guest is author of the book, Life Beyond Your Eating Disorder, Founder and CEO of The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness, and someone who has personally recovered from a 10-year-long battle with various eating disorders. Johanna Kandel brings knowledge, hope and assistance to more than 200,000 individuals internationally. She facilitates weekly support groups, mentors individuals with eating disorders and their families through their treatment and recovery, educates thousands about eating disorders, and advocates for legislation on the state and national level. Johanna is the current President of the Board of Directors for the Eating Disorders Coalition, member of the Academy for Eating Disorders Advisory Board, and a founding board member of the Eating Disorders Activist Network. She has received numerous awards for her public service, has been profiled in the New York Times and leading magazines, and has made several appearances on national TV, including NBC Nightly News and The Today Show. Find out more at AllianceForEatingDisorders.com
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Topic: Staying fit through the holiday (eating) Season.
Wanda Bamberg aka WandaWoman, the excerise and health guru - Work It! Studio
It is a wonderful time of the year, tis' the season to be jolly with all that drinking and eating -- How do we stay fit?
It's a Simple Solution - Don't Dish Your Workout! As a matter of fact you should stepped up your game long before Thanksgiving. If not, do it NOW...however you work it!
Going to the gym - Increase one more day (going 3 do 4)
Walking - make sure to reach 10,000 steps Everyday
Dancing - get on the dance floor more at every party attended
Get Outside - grab the kids, hubby, partner and have a leave racking contest (see who can rack the most piles of leaves fastest). Have fun in nature while cleaning & beautifying your yard. Some of us will burn more calories than others due to the size of the yard & amount of leaves
Call in and talk to WandaWoman
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Do you know someone who suffers with an eating disorder? This episode is for you! Registered Art Therapist Lanie Smith talks with us about how art can be used to help women discover their innate value and worth, and create a healthy relationship with their own body. We cover a range of topics including how to identify healthy versus unhealthy eating patterns and practical tips for improving your relationship with food and your body.
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From Thanksgiving to New Years our food tends to run us instead of the other way around. In that two-month stretch, millions of us will eat our way through anxiety-filled family gatherings, office holiday parties, and New Year's Eve celebrations.
Join us Dec. 5th at 12:00 PST, when Bay Area journalist Justin Berton interviews mindful/intuitive eating expert Signe Darpinian to discuss how people can navigate the holiday eating frenzy without fear and loathing.
SIGNE DARPINIAN is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and author of book Knock Out Dieting: Create Peace Between You, Your Body, and Your Food – a modern guide to eating mindfully in modern society. With private practice offices in two California locations, she is able to service both the Central Valley Region as well as the Bay Area.
Over the past several years, Signe has been recognized by various organizations for her accomplishments in women's health and business while also continually requested for speaking engagements at renowned institutions like top-rated Rancho La Puerta Spa in Mexico.
Her work has been featured in various newspapers, magazine and online sites. She's made several appearances on radio and television in northern California, including ABC7's talk show "The View from the Bay," the CBS-affiliate talk show "Bay Area Focus" with Emmy winner Susan Sikora, as well as The Lady Brain Show with Steph and Lauren.
Visit her website for more info: www.myweighfamilytherapy.com
Disclaimer: None of the opinions or statements on this show are meant to be professional advice. Do not substitute the dialogue of this show for a qualified mental health professional or medical professional. The purpose of SIGNE'S WEIGH is to educate and bring things to your attention, not be your therapist.
Part of what happens in the holiday season, may occur because of the stressfulness of holiday events. Overdrinking, overeating, and fatigue may also cause it. The demands of the season are many: shopping, cooking, travel, houseguests, family reunions, office parties, more shopping and extra financial burden.
Do not overbook yourself into a state of exhaustion--this makes people cranky, irritable, and depressed.
Decide upon your priorities and stick to them. Organize your time.
the holidays do not automatically take away feelings of aloneness, sadness, frustration, anger, and fear.
Be careful about resentments related to holidays past.
Don't expect the holidays to be just as they were when you were a child.
There are many, many opportunities for doing community service. No one can be depressed when they are doing community service.
Plan unstructured, low-cost fun holiday activities
If you drink, do not let the holidays become a reason for over-indulging and hangovers.
Give yourself a break; create time for yourself to do the things YOU love and need to do for your physical and mental wellness
Most of all, if you find yourself feeling blue just remember The choice is always yours