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Best Nutrition Lifestyles With Kim podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Nutrition Lifestyles With Kim podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Plant Proof Podcast, hosted by Simon Hill, is about connecting with like-minded & inspirational people to share their story, advice and experience. By listening to their stories & wisdom together we can become more mindful & conscious of how we are living and the impact everyday decisions have on our health, the planets health and all of those that we share it with. Show host Simon has a Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy, a Masters degree in Nutrition and is Certified in Plant Based Nutr ...
 
Coach Kim explores topics that will help you power up your performance so you can think, feel, train and live like a champion. Tune in for expert interviews and real talk that will give you the tools and courage you need to chase your dreams. Kim Peek is a fitness and real-food enthusiast who is also a theater-mom, dog-mom and breast cancer survivor. Kim has a number of coaching certifications including: ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor, USA Track and Field Level 1 Coach, USA Triathlon ...
 
Tarryn from PCOS Diet Support reveals the latest news, research and success stories so that you have the information you need to manage your PCOS naturally. Discover how you can use food and supplements to help balance your hormones and take control of your PCOS. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is not something you need to tackle on your own. Hear from other women with PCOS and learn how to improve your fertility, manage your weight and see improvements in your other PCOS symptoms.
 
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Distance learning, online shopping, virtual play dates, and strictly working from home are just some of the new normal activities we've embraced since the outbreak. Though our lives, heck everyone's lives, were turned upside by the coronavirus we've found different ways to stay safe while grocery shopping, coping with social distancing, and survive…
 
My name is Kim Peek, and I’m the author of the new book, Holistic Endurance Training. I'm a wife, mom, coach, triathlete, and eternal optimist who is into all things wellness and fitness. Over the next few weeks, I’m going to share a bunch of shorter podcasts to touch on some of the important topics that are affecting us in these uncertain times. T…
 
What's going on currently in our country is new to everyone! We have been given recommendations by the health experts to practice social distancing. Outside of our wonderful healthcare workers, grocery store workers, essential truck drivers, pharmacies, most have been told to stay home. If you are social distancing with kids at home like I am, you …
 
In Episode 97 I sit back down with Neurologist's Drs Dean & Ayesha Sherzai to talk about stroke and in particular how we can reduce our risk of having a stroke. Specifically we cover: Different types of strokes: Ischemic and hemorrhagic Prevalence of stroke Burden of disease Risk factors for stroke Eating to lower your stroke risk And much more Hop…
 
The struggle is real! COVID-19 better known as the Coronavirus is here and it’s a pandemic! Schools are closing, people are dying, countries are on lock down, and we are social distancing ourselves in an attempt to reduce chances of contracting the Coronavirus or even delaying what may be inevitable. We should all know by now how the virus is sprea…
 
Sleep is the new superpower. No, seriously it is. Did you know LeBron James (professional basketball player) gets at least 8 hours of sleep a night and Roger Feder (professional tennis player) gets at least 12 hours? A good nights sleep does wonders for the mind and body while not resting adequately and abundantly can throw off your immune system, …
 
In Episode 96 I sit back down for a catch up with Vegan PRO Bodybuilder Nimai Delgado. Having recently been in Los Angeles for almost 3 weeks it was great to catch up with Nimai and hear how things have been with him since our last episodes. We also managed to sneak in quite a few gym sessions at Gold's Venice which I thoroughly enjoyed. This one's…
 
If you find there are more pharmacies than grocery stores in your neighborhood, Houston, you have a major problem! Medication has its rightful and respectful place in our neighborhoods, but so does food. While acute situations may call for the use of medication as the 1st line of defense, chronic conditions may not. Lifestyle diseases can be manage…
 
In Episode 95 I sit down with Whitney English, Registered Dietician, to talk about plant-based nutrition during pregnancy, infancy and breastfeeding (lactation). Whitney, along with her partner Alex (also a Registered Dietician), are the founders of Plant Based Juniors - an online resource that brings evidence based nutrition information specific t…
 
Gentrification is defined as the process of renovating a housing district so that it harmonizes to the taste of the middle-class. In other words, it’s a complicated turf war. Gentrification not only impacts the housing/commercial market, but also the food of a particular location. Inevitably corner stores become extinct, full-fledged grocery stores…
 
Kim, like many who grew up during the low-fat craze in the 80’s and 90’s. She, like many many, struggled with her weight. She has struggled with food from the age of 8. When Kim found Keto and finally won her struggle with food. Keto has turned my health around in so many ways. I feel so moved to help others on their journey to living the life of t…
 
In Episode 94 I sit down with Cyrus Khambatta, PhD and Robby Barbaro, MPH for a second episode - this time for a deep dive into the Plant Based Ketogenic diet and whether or not it is a good option for patients with insulin resistance and Diabetes. Specifically we cover: The release of their new book Mastering Diabetes Why a low carbohydrate diet i…
 
Jennifer McGurk joins Kelly and Kim to chat about body image and so much more! Things we mention on this episode: WIND Conference Bri Campos // Body Image with Bri Podcast Jessica Setnick's Evaluating Food Exclusions Graphic Health at Every Size Principles HAES Facebook Group Weight Decline Card for Doctor Visits @with_this_body @theintuitive_rd Te…
 
In Episode 93 I sit back down with Sean Ryan to check in and see how he's been going with his transition to a plant based lifestyle. We pick up from where we left things in Episode 88, review his pre-transition baseline blood work and then spend the majority of the episode dedicated to the walking through cholesterol and how we can use diet to effe…
 
In Episode 92 I sit down with Australian Environmentalist James Stanton Cooke, or 'Jimmy Halfcut', to talk about the role that our rainforests play in keeping our climate cool. I met James a few months back at a charity night in Bondi and with the fires currently burning across Australia I couldn’t help but think this was the perfect time to sit do…
 
In Episode 91 it's you and me again for another Solo Episode of the Plant Proof Podcast. As usual this episode, focussed on weight loss, is about clearing confusion, breaking down the science and giving you practical tips to walk away with that hopefully allow you to lead a healthier, more sustainable & happier lifestyle. In this episode I cover: F…
 
Sarah Schlicter of Bucket List Tummy joins Kelly and Kim to chat about her most recent marathon training cycles, and the importance of flexibility in training and racing. Sarah is a fellow toddler mom and Registered Dietitian entrepreneur who blogs about running, food, intuitive eating and more. Sarah's E-Book Simplifying Hunger: How to Relearn and…
 
In Episode 90 I sit down with former President of the American College of Cardiology Dr Kim Williams to discuss the role that our diet plays in the preventing, suspending and reversing cardiovascular disease. If you want to know what foods are causing your arteries to 'clog' and how to avoid this then I highly recommend listening to this exchange. …
 
Kelly and Kim address a listener question about how to navigate Intuitive Eating when managing food allergies and/or intolerances. Things mentioned in this episode: Food Allergy Definitions Chelsea Amer Miyokos Principles of Intuitive Eating Mary Ellen of Milk & Honey Nutrition Follow Imperfect Health on Instagram Follow Kelly: Instagram @kellyjone…
 
In Episode 89 I sit down with a long time friend of mine, Sean Ryan. Sean and I recently caught up for dinner and he expressed interest in changing his lifestyle. Particularly given that cardiovascular disease runs in his family and he is ticking quite a few of the boxes when it comes to modifiable risk factors for having a heart attack or stroke. …
 
In Episode 88 I sit down with Seb Alex to talk about the importance of animal welfare and what life looks like through the lens of an Animal Activist. Specifically we cover: Normalising veganism The impossible burger: Does he eat it and what does he think about their practices? Things to consider when supporting large chains like Hungry Jacks who h…
 
Twenty years ago Jake Stiner began a journey to reverse my -5.00 diopter myopia. It took a great deal of experimenting and trial and error to apply theoretical concepts found in clinical journals and peer reviewed studies, though he eventually managed get back my natural 20/20 eyesight. Over the years he cataloged the many tools, resources, and exp…
 
TGIT! Thank God it's Tuesday and the last episode for season 1. By know you should know Johane is a Haitian mama of 4 boys living in Atlanta, Georgia and Kim is a Jamaican vegan who lives in the boonies somewhere in Florida; but there's still some information you don't know. Like how'd we meet? Why Johane had a pet chicken? Why Kim is an ISFJ-A / I…
 
In Episode 87 I sit down with Marie Fe & Jake Snow who are arguably two of the most inspiring individuals that I've come across using social media to build a powerful community with purpose. It was a pleasure to sit down with them, share their story, talk about various aspects of their life that they place great importance on and celebrate the posi…
 
Hands up if you’ve ever had a period. Having a period or menstrual cycle is a natural part of a woman’s life. Most girls get their first period between 10 to 15 years old and menopause, or the end of the reproductive cycle, ends between the ages of 45 to 50. Bleeding for longer than a week, passing clots larger than a quarter, early menopause an dy…
 
In Episode 86 I sit down with AFL player and vegan athlete Chris Mayne to talk about his transition to a plant-based diet as a professional athlete. Chris plays for the Collingwood football club, the largest club in Australia, and in the past few years despite immense pressure from the media has been able to take his game to the next level. In this…
 
We both grew up watching our mothers wash their meats. No, not with soap and water, but with lemon juice, vinegar, sour orange, and other acidic substances. Recently, the USDA came out with an article stating people are putting themselves at risk when they wash or rinse raw poultry, or any meat for that matter. What do you think? Do you wash your m…
 
In Episode 85 I sat down with plant based athlete Catriona Bisset, Australian track athlete who currently holds the national record for the 800m event. If you haven't heard of Catriona chances are you will very soon - seemingly coming out of nowhere she is destined to represent Australia at the 2020 Tokyo olympics. Specifically we cover: Catriona's…
 
Have you ever seen Iyanla: Fix my Life TV show? If you haven't seen it it’s a must watch! Iyanla uses her past to help others overcome personal struggles to become stronger. In today’s epidose we're going to do that exact thing, but the food edition. The holiday seasons are upon us which for a lot of people involve spending time with the 3 F’s: fam…
 
Men are psychologically and physiologically different from women. Think of one man in your life an answer these questions: are they intuned to their emotions? are they a risk taker? do they value their health? If you answered "no", "yes", "no" then congratulations --- you're most likely dealing with a typical man. Focusing a little more on health d…
 
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