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225: Keto vs. Carnivore: Which Diet Is Right for You? With Dani Conway

Overweight and want to lose weight the right way? Dani Conway knows exactly what to do. And she shares her journey with you in today’s conversation with Dr. Kylie.  Dani is a Holistic Nutritionist and Equestrian Athlete. She is also a Board Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner and the founder of Nutrition the Natural Way.… Continue reading 225: Keto vs. Carnivore: Which Diet Is Right for You? With Dani Conway

213: Breaking Barriers Preventing Weight Loss – Part 2 with Jen Poulson

Breaking barriers to weight loss can be challenging for many people, as it involves more than just physical exercise and dieting. It also requires a shift in mindset.  The first step in breaking weight loss barriers is to identify limiting beliefs, which may include thoughts like “I will never lose weight” or “I am not… Continue reading 213: Breaking Barriers Preventing Weight Loss – Part 2 with Jen Poulson

How to Support the Detox Process

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The body has many different detoxification systems: Lungs- Filters the air we breathe Skin- Releases waste through sweat Cells- Each cell continually cleans itself Lymph glands- Circulates fluid through the body, carrying toxins to the places they can be destroyed Kidneys- Filters the blood Liver- The main detoxification organ- all of the above systems are… Continue reading How to Support the Detox Process

Super Food Friday- Coconut Oil

There’s been a lot of hype around coconut oil now for several years. Is it actually healthy? Most of the research published about coconut oil has come up with positive results. However, recently the American Heart Association published a negative report about coconut oil. If you want to read more about that specific study, see… Continue reading Super Food Friday- Coconut Oil

Super Food Friday- Black Beans

We all know black beans are super high in fiber and protein, but did you know that they are also high in folate (64%), magnesium (30%), and iron (20%)?!  Black beans also have plenty of other vitamins, minerals and antioxidants such as potassium, phosphorous and vitamin A. So it’s safe to say that these little… Continue reading Super Food Friday- Black Beans

Super Food Friday– Avocado

Another one of our favorites! Avocados can be used in so many ways. They are technically a fruit, but can be used in sweet or savory dishes. From main dishes, to condiments, even to desserts, this is one versatile food. Benefits of avocados: Good for your heart High in monounsaturated fat Lowers risk of metabolic… Continue reading Super Food Friday– Avocado

Super Food Friday– Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are one of my favorite super foods! They are so diverse and beneficial. Read on to find out why: Benefits of Chia Seeds: High antioxidant food Can reverse oxidative stress (free radicals), assisting in skin repair and preventing premature aging Super high in fiber Nearly 11 grams in 1 ounce Prebiotic High in… Continue reading Super Food Friday– Chia Seeds

Super Food Friday– Red Cabbage

Now, I know that cabbage isn’t the most exciting thing to talk about, but there are some amazing benefits to this cruciferous vegetable! Red Cabbage is High in: Antioxidants Vitamin A Vitamin C Phytonutrients Vitamin K Iron Benefits of Red Cabbage: Boosts immune syste Fights inflammation Keeps bones strong Combats disease Improves gut health Both… Continue reading Super Food Friday– Red Cabbage

Super Food Friday– Raw Honey

Honey is one of the purest foods on the planet. It is much more that just a sweetener. It has been used as medicine since ancient times and is a fabulous source of many amino acids, minerals and enzymes. Read on for all the amazing benefits of raw honey. What’s wrong with regular honey? Commercial… Continue reading Super Food Friday– Raw Honey

Superfood Friday–Blueberries

What makes blueberries so super? When combined with an overall balanced diet, adequate exercise and healthy lifestyle, blueberries are powerful: High in Antioxidants Improves memory and cognition; alleviates inflammation (which of course reduces all kinds of disease risk); inhibits cancer cell growth High fiber, low calories and nutrient dense Provides support for efficient digestion and… Continue reading Superfood Friday–Blueberries