Episode 89 - Best of the Fitlandia Podcast : #41 With JP Sears

Does your nutrition dogma get in the way of the wisdom of your body?  Do you rationalize your commitment to a food paradigm instead of honoring when change is called for? Do you have unresolved emotional pain that expresses as self-sabotage when it comes to your wellness? Harness the power of your mind to re-evaluate your perspective with a sense of humor, common sense, and a great deal of gentleness.

Today, enjoy a reboot of an honest, compassionate, and funny conversation between host Christa King of Fitlandia, and guest celebrity JP Sears.

Here’s what JP had to say:

“From the bottom of my heart, I would dare say, virtually anything the American Heart Association says deserves to be flushed down the toilet.”

Because of the corporate agenda and funding into research, these studies aren’t for the greater good of people, but instead putting dollars into their pockets. Christa concurs. She points out that there is conflicting info in the industry and JP...

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Episode 11 - New Year's Resolutions Part 3: Get in a Good Mood for Resolutions

On this episode of the Fitlandia Podcast, we’re looking forward to 2017 with this third installation in our series on New Year’s Resolutions. Joined by Rebecca Van Damm of Food Mood Coaching, this episode focuses specifically on getting yourself into a good mood for resolutions.

Starting Small

New Year’s Resolutions tend to bring mixed emotions, we’re part excited for a fresh start, but also pessimistic because it’s a system that has not worked in the past. Rebecca’s number one tip is to keep it simple. People have a tendency to want to overhaul their entire lifestyle, but trying to do so much in such a short period of time just means it’s that much harder to achieve, and also that much easier to give up when you hit a bump. Instead, she advises people to look deep within themselves and find your own intrinsic value, the thing that will make you a little happier. When you knock that out, then you move on to the next thing. It’s about...

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Food Journaling

Food Journaling

Food journaling is exactly what it sounds like but there are a lot of great ideas you may not have thought of that make for some very useful tools.  I personally had been recommended many times to give food journaling a try but I figured I had such a good memory and so in tune with myself that it wasn’t worth the time. The truth is there can be and usually is, a big difference between what we eat and what we may have thought we ate. The memory tends to gloss over and also recreate the past in a more favorable light. Food journaling has actually made me realize, I don’t really have such a great memory after all. At this point with food journaling, I have uncovered a few food sensitivities, foods I don’t digest well, and my energy levels related to excess sugar and carb intake. I have also journaled probiotic use, keeping track of different strains and gaining some very useful info from this as well.

Food Journaling Basics

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