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  • 00:57

    Bonus | Gretchen Rubin: Breaking Bad ... Habits.

    in Self Help

    Break those bad habits and create new ones! Gretchen Rubin, bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Better than Before, reveals 8 effective strategies for creating new habits. Plus, how to exploit your own personality type to make your habits stick.

    Topics include:

    -  Why sometimes we can change and sometimes we can’t – even if we want to.

    - When it comes to habits and expectations, there are only four types of people. Which type are you?

    - How to bust through the limitations of your habit tendencies to live more consistently with your nature.

    - The 4 foundational things you need to get a handle on to master your good habits and eliminate the need for willpower.

    – The importance of getting control over (or getting rid of!) the “stuff” in your life.

    – Abstainers vs. moderators. Why some people need it to be “all or nothing” and how it out could make all your cravings disappear.

    – Are rewards and values undermining your habits? How to set up rewards to make your habits stronger…and when it’s OK to admit that you don’t even want to try.

    – The real reason we want new habits and how they can make your life “Better Than Before.”

    Hosted by Sean Croxton

  • 01:07

    #004 - Lisa Nichols: Abundance Now

    in Self Help

    Lisa Nichols, motivational speaker and author of Abundance Now, shares her personal stories and best lessons on amplifying your life and achieving prosperity today. 

    In this session, you'll learn:

    - How to "make your job your investor!"

    - Why it's time to "get off the nail."

    - How to shift your language and focus on what YOU want.

    - Why you should love your vision but not expect others to applaud it.

    - Her best tips for developing High ROI Relationships.

    - The #1 thing money buys access to.

    Don't miss The Session Summary with Sean's top takeaways from this episode!

    Learn more about Lisa at www.motivatingthemassess.com.

    Find out more about her new book at www.abundancenow.com.

    Hosted by Sean Croxton.

  • 01:00

    The Dark Side of Fat Loss with Sean Croxton

    in Health

    For the first time UW Radio host Sean Croxton becomes the show guest, as he unveils his new e-product The Dark Side of Fat Loss. 
    Sean and guest host Elliott Hulse II will discuss the pitfalls of mainstream fat loss strategies, the importance of getting healthy to lose fat, the role of chronic stress and sleep deprivation in obesity, and the most important factor in long-term fat loss, the mindset.
    Brett Klika, author of The Underground Workout Manual, will also be stopping by to tell us all about his 12-week workout program. 
    Brought to you by www.undergroundwellness.com.

  • 00:36

    The Digestion Sessions with Sean Croxton

    in Health

    I'm very excited to have my 'career crush' on the show this week, Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.  

    Sean's podcast and online events are a major hub for the best and brightest in natural & functional medicine.  He's about to do it again with his upcoming event, The Digestion Sessions: The Second Opinion Series.

    We'll get to hear from Sean about some of his favorite interview and take-aways as he sat down with 19 top experts in the field of digestive health.

    To grab your free pass to the Digestions Sessions, just use this link.

    Speaking of hubs, our digestive tract is the 'hub' of the body in so many ways.  It effects our ability to think clearly, to have energy, to maintain correct body weight, and to have healthy hormones.  To enjoy great health, it's important to understand and honor this important system.

    Over the next two weeks on this podcast, we'll interview two of the experts from the Digestion Sessions, Hannah Crum and Dr. Shawn Soszka, ND, LAc, so stay tuned for that.  Hannah will talk about fermented foods (so valuable to the gut) and Dr. Soszka will talk about the gut/mood connection.

    Again, here's that link to the Digestion Sessions, which officialy starts in early November 2014, but has some nice video gifts now to get you psyched up.  

  • 01:14

    #003 - Lissa Rankin: The Anatomy of a Calling

    in Self Help

    Lissa Rankin, MD, stops by The Sessions to discuss her latest book, The Anatomy of a Calling. Find out why a successful OB-GYN listened to her inner voice, quit her job, and endeavored upon a journey to change medicine for the better.

    Lissa reveals how the medical system traumatizes doctors, nurses, and patients. Plus, how to relax into the space between the chapters of your life. And what to do when your vibration no longer resonates or connects with your inner circle. 


    Learn more about Lissa at lisarankin.com and theanatomyofacalling.com

  • 01:18

    013 | Elliott Hulse: The Strongest Version of You

    in Self Help

    Elliott Hulse, author of KING: The IV Layer Approach to Becoming the Strongest Version of Yourself, drops by to discuss:

    * The one thing we must do FIRST to change the world!

    * How Elliott figured out what he wanted made all of his wants come true.

    * The King, Warrior, Magician, and Lover. Carl Jung’s archetypes … and how to know when yours are out of balance.

    * What your feelings about that person you “can’t stand” may be saying about you.

    * How steroids and a bad injury changed Elliott’s outlook and mission in life.

    Learn more about KING at www.kingsinitiation.com.

    Hosted by Sean Croxton

  • 01:09

    #005 - Emily Rosen: Starving for Connection

    in Self Help

    Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, shares her story of overcoming anorexia and bulimia. 

    Here’s the show notes!

    4:12 - Emily’s transition from homeschool to high school leaves her feeling crazy around food and on the slippery slope from diet to eating disorder. 

    7:25 - How strict eating habits during Emily’s childhood affected her attitude toward food and health. 

    13:47 - Exactly how much Emily was (or wasn’t!) eating during the worst of her struggles and how it started affecting her body. Plus, the shocking source where Emily learned about bulimia and how to purge.

    21:45 - Why you should NEVER comment on another person’s body shape, and what you can do instead if you’re concerned about a loved one. 

    25:10 - Are eating disorders just about control? The many reasons why some turn to eating disorders and what Emily feels was the source of her own struggle. 

    28:27 - Emily’s romantic relationships suffer due to her eating disorder, as she refused to eat anything on her wedding day and is a “shattered human” when her marriage falls apart. 

    37:52 - When Emily realized she needed help and why it took her so long to recognize she had a problem. 

    43:43 - Why health is about so much more than food, and why Emily will never answer the question, “What do you eat?” 

    54:55 The number one thing Emily feels is vital for everyone and believes was key to her recovery. 

    58:14 The lasting physical repercussions of her eating disorder and what it’s taught Emily about the human body.

    Learn more about Emily and The Institute for the Psychology of Eating at www.eatingpsychology.com


  • 00:31

    Talking to Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness

    in Caregiving

    WBHC Radio Network, invites Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness to the show.  Sean Croxton is a health expert in the wellness world.  He has spoke to many of the experts and has been around the wellness community for several years.  We will cover many topics of health and wellness.

  • 01:36


    in Lifestyle

    For part 3 of our 3-part series on Nutrition and Wellness, we're bringing in the big guns, the heavy hitter, the head honcho himself, SEAN CROXTON of UNDERGROUND WELLNESS! After years of study and a litany of classes and courses, including a Bachelor's in Kiniseology, Sean, who began as a personal trainer, works with clients to uncover the root cause(s) of their health challenges. He works with individuals from all over the world by phone/Skype from his home office in San Diego, CA. Sean takes a holistic, functional approach to rebuilding health from the ground up. As a Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist (FDN) and Certified Metabolic Typing Advisor (CMTA), and currently enrolled in the Functional Medicine University program, Sean does not focus on symptoms. Rather, he is solely concerned with uncovering the root cause(s) of health challenges. This good-health guru also hosts the #1 Health and Wellness show on blogtalk radio. Join us, but only if you truly want to feel better.

  • 00:32

    The Dark Side of Fat Loss with Sean Croxton

    in Weight Loss

    Our guest Sean Croxton is the founder of Underground Wellness, and the author of The Dark Side of Fat Loss. If you have ever struggled with weight, or have any health issue listening to his interview is a MUST! Sean Croxton will give you informed proven strategies not only for achieving you ideal weight but for creating hormonal balance which means optimal health. Sean works with clients to uncover the root cause(s) of their health challenges. He works with individuals from all over the world by phone/Skype from his home office in San Diego, CA.

    Contact Sean: www.undergroundwellness

  • 00:46

    The Dark Side of Fat Loss with Sean Croxton

    in Health

    In this episode, Sean Croxton will be joining us to discuss why he wrote The Dark Side of Fat Loss and what he's discovered along the way. We might even discuss what a Squatty Potty is!
    Sean Croxton is the host of Underground Wellness Radio, an internet-based podcast focusing on real food, functional medicine, and holistic health. Since 2008, he has conducted weekly interviews with the leading experts in the real health community. In 2012, he hosted the popular online Real Food Summit with presentations by Joel Salatin, Sarah Pope, Dr. Cate Shanahan, and more. He also writes and video blogs on his Underground Wellness website, and is the author of The Dark Side of Fat Loss.