while stuck at home were can start to feel anxious, stressed and restless or a combination of all of those thing. It's not a very pleasant feeling. We may feel like we want to crawl out of our skin. On today's episode I have some tips for doing yoga home which may help relieve these types of feeling.
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Eat Like You Give a Fork with Mareya Ibrahim
26:06Learn how to eat healthy without giving up the foods you love. Today's guest is Mareya Ibrahim "The fit Foodie" check her out at: https://eatcleaner.com/ GET YOUR FREE EBOOK HERE by texting fit foodie to 22828 About Mareya Ibrahim Mareya Ibrahim, The Fit Foodie, is a nationally recognized food expert and is the founder of eatcleaner.com. She is the founder of Grow Green Industries, INC. and the creator of the Eat Cleaner line of food wash and wipes. Mareya is also the author of “Eat Like you Give a Fork: The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive", "The Clean Eating Handbook," and a contributor to the NY Times bestseller “The Daniel Plan: 40 Days to a Healthier Life” and the book and Emmy-nominated show, Recipe Rehab. Her column ‘The Fit Foodie’ has appeared in Edible Orange County Magazine since 2011.
How Add strength to your yoga Practice
5:29Doing yoga can really help relive feeling of being anxious or restless. But, is there a way to build muscle or strength in your yoga practice? Today I give you some tip on how best to add strength to your normal yoga routine.
Five minute guild for doing yoga while stuck at home
6:37while stuck at home were can start to feel anxious, stressed and restless or a combination of all of those thing. It's not a very pleasant feeling. We may feel like we want to crawl out of our skin. On today's episode I have some tips for doing yoga home which may help relieve these types of feeling.
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Train Your Brain to Eat Less
7:36You’re going along sticking to your diet when suddenly you hit a bump in the road. Maybe you skip breakfast and wind up eating a double bacon cheeseburger for lunch because you’re so hungry. Maybe you enjoy healthy dinners, but you snack on potato chips afterwards because your stomach is rumbling. Managing your weight is easier when you can control your appetite. Even if you’re a healthy size now, your body will slow down as you grow older. That means you’re liable to gain excess pounds just by eating the same amount as usual. Remember that hunger starts in your brain and so does the solution. Try these tips for training yourself to eat less.
Can Fat Make You Fat weight loss tips
7:59Does Fat Really Make You Fat? There is an age-old saying that the fat you eat is the fat you wear. With the rise ofnew ketogenic diets where fat is the main nutrient, many people are starting to question if fat really is the answer. So, Where's The Downside? sign for newsletter here http://madmimi.com/signups/1cceb69a650e4b6aa70a9b68dc654dad/join email [email protected]
Bone broth or Collagen which one is better
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Health and wellness with former soap star Soina Satra
38:05Are you overwhelmed by the number of wellness retreats that seem to all offer the same thing? Do you think a wellness vacation should be more than a little bit of yoga, the promise of nutritious food and spa services? Join celebrity fitness and holistic health coach Sonia Satra for her Live Life Like an Adventure retreat that uses adventure, fun and her science-based Moticise program to create powerful change. The newest wellness resort in the country, Civana Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, is the stunning setting for this desert adventure Feb. 7-10, 2019. Participants will step way out of their comfort zone, with outdoor activities like rappelling, kayaking, and hot air ballooning, designed to push past fear and limiting beliefs. Each activity helps women harness their power and tap her deepest resources – ones she didn't know she had. Through a mix of outdoor adventures and indoor mind/body fitness exercises the women learn to align their mental and physical powers to create a new vision for their life. Satra is a mindset and fitness thought leader who specializes in personal transformation by integrating the mind, body, and emotion to create lasting change.
How to Attract Health and Abundance the power of gratitude
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Herbalism NEW Podcast comming soon
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