We all know that nutrition is a key influence on our mental and physical health. Nutrition encompasses what you eat, when and how you eat, how your body absorbs and metabolizes nutrients, and gets rid of excess or waste products.
In recent episodes of this podcast we examined how the foods we eat may promote wellness, or adversely affect our health. We have also explored the importance of when we eat, in particular the health benefits of intermittent fasting or time restricted eating.
To discover the role of nutrition in Resetting Your Aging Blueprint to create your own roadmap to living younger as you grow older, schedule a free Discovery Call with me.
Today’s guest, Tracy Pleschourt, Founder of Self-Made U and the host of Secrets of the Self-Made Podcast, takes a unconventional approach to sustainable weight loss. Just a few years ago, Tracy was a successful advertising executive. Stifled by the rigorous, time-consuming demands of the corporate world, she traded in her 20 years of advertising experience to pursue her real passion: life & weight loss coaching. Tracy mastered and now teaches critical skills necessary to manage your mind and overcome any obstacle, including overeating, over drinking, time management, career & relationship changes. As a student of her own work she has stopped overeating and over drinking, and today,Tracy dedicates her work to ambitious, life-long learners seeking a better way to create results they desire and deserve.
After Tracy describes how she transitioned from corporate executive to transformation coach, we discuss her system of Mind Math and how it may be used to overcome a challenge. Tracy defines 4 basics underlying sustainable change and describes the connection between metabolic health and professional growth.
Creating sustainable habits is a vital part of manifesting your personal roadmap to aging youthfully.
To discover how to Reset Your Aging Blueprint and create your own roadmap to living younger as you grow older, schedule a free Discovery Call with me, your host, Dr. Gillian Lockitch.
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