How to Take Care of Our Bodies
Nutrition & Wellness Coach Anna Solis
The journey of being our best selves is often extremely conflicting and hard. Tv, media, entertainment stars and even athletes often set an unrealistic bar for women all over the world. To be beautiful...but at what cost?
As a health and wellness coach and certified nutritionist, Anna Solis is no stranger to the pressures of being a healthy woman in today's society. As a former college basketball athlete, she found herself having to re-evaluate health over performance. In this episode Anna shares her honest story about overcoming an eating disorder through faith and lifestyle changes.
She also gives us a few tips on how we can be healthier women and what we can be doing now to benefit us later.
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First Line Therapy - Great program for those who want to learn about the basics of what healthy eating looks like. No calorie counting just learning what and how much to eat. This is a great place for anyone getting started with a healthier lifestyle followed by a food sensitivity test.
Food Rotation Diet - Making sure you are not eating the same foods/food groups everyday, causing a food intolerance. Mix up your foods and food alternatives.
Wahls Protocol - Founded by Dr. Terry Wahls who was diagnosed with MS.
A radical new way to treat all chronic autoimmune conditions using Paleo principles by Terry Wahls, M.D. with Eve Adamson – released in paperback on December 30, 2014
An integrative approach to healing chronic auto-immune conditions by a doctor, researcher, and sufferer of progressive multiple sclerosis whose TEDx talk is already a web sensation.
What Should Women be Doing
- #1 NO FAD DIETING or low calorie. These kinds of diet make your body go into starvation mode harming us for years to come. This will make it hard for us to lose weight later on in our 40s and 50s. Don't restrict ourselves of any nutrient. Plenty of fats and moderate amounts amount of protein, and very little carbs because you will be getting those from vegetables. The most nutrient dense foods are whole foods.
Stress Management Tips:
-Take a few deep breaths before eating when you are feeling stressed. Helps promote better digestion and simply letting your body know you are ok, avoiding your body going into flight mode when you are digesting food. Inhale and hold your breath for a couple seconds and let it out slowly.
Anything can be a de-stressor as long as your body is relaxed.
-Vitamin D good quality with K so it's easily absorbed
-Fish Oil. If you like fish, consider eating fish 3 times a week instead of taking a supplement for it.
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