158: Using tapping to overcome weight loss struggles and finding balance with Brittany Watkins

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Hi friends! New podcast episode is live. Friendly disclaimer: we talk about binging and emotional eating in this episode. If you feel like this would be a triggering topic for you, please use your discretion. xo

I’m so thrilled to have Brittany Watkins on the podcast today. She is AMAZING and has so much knowledge to share. I hope you love this episode! She’s offering her 7-day challenge for free for listeners here.

158: Using tapping to overcome weight loss struggles and finding balance with Brittany Watkins

Here’s what we chat about:

Why You Self-Sabotage Your Weight Loss Efforts with Emotional Eating and Binge Eating

How tapping works and how it impacts your body and brain

The Difference Between Cravings and Emotional Eating

Subconscious Weight Loss Blockers

Why You Overeat or Overdrink at Parties

and so much more.

 

Here’s more about Brittany and her background:

Brittany Watkins is a renowned speaker, author, and creator of The Echo Tapping Method™, a groundbreaking technique in Food Psychology. Recognized as a leading expert in Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT or Tapping), especially for weight loss and emotional eating, Brittany has built a remarkable career over the last 15 years. She has changed the lives of over 100,000 women by addressing their food cravings, emotional eating, and self-sabotage. She focuses on finding and fixing the root causes of these issues quickly. She developed The Echo Tapping Method™, an innovative approach that rapidly speeds up the healing process. This unique psychology biohacking modality has been shown to provide the benefits of ten years of therapy in just a few sessions. Brittany’s core professional dedication has been to provide quick and lasting change. Brittany has also trained more than 400 medical professionals, therapists, and counselors in her method, who are helping thousands of patients every year. Her work has been recognized in major publications like Psychology Today, Shape, and Women’s Health and Fitness Magazine. Plus, her techniques have reached over 10 million women worldwide via Facebook and YouTube, establishing her as a key figure in psychological healing for emotional eating.

Check out her Instagram here and her website here.

157: The true meaning of health with Rachel Scheer

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Hi friends! I have a new podcast episode up today and am so happy to be chatting with Rachel Scheer.

We talk about:

Her healing story and how she become a functional medicine practitioner

Her tips for stress reduction and how stress impacts major functions in the body

The pillars of health and what it means to be healthy

Her tips for being “Healthy in Real Life”

and so much more!

157: The true meaning of health with Rachel Scheer

Rachel Scheer is a certified Functional Medicine practitioner with a degree in Nutrition Science and Dietetics from Baylor University. She is also the CEO and founder of Rachel Scheer Nutrition, a leading Functional Medicine Nutrition Practice in the United States. Facing severe gut issues that nearly led to surgery, which would have removed her entire large intestines, Rachel transformed her health through functional medicine, nutrition, and lifestyle changes. She is passionate about helping others do the same.
As an acclaimed speaker and author of “Root Cause: The Complete Guide to Functional Nutrition for Coaches,” she is the visionary behind the RSN Functional Nutrition Institute, offering comprehensive certification programs for coaches and practitioners. She is also passionate about helping other female entrepreneurs create their own success and abundance.

Connect with Rachel on her website and her Instagram.

Partners:

I’ve been using Nutrisense on and off for a couple of years now. I love being able to see how my blood sugar responds to my diet and habits, and run experiments. You can try out Nutrisense here and use GINA50 for $50 off.

Join us for Fit Team! This is my online fitness community and you can try it free for 7 days.

I love love love the meals from Sakara LifeUse this link and the code XOGINAH for 20% off their meal delivery and clean boutique items. This is something I do once a month as a lil treat to myself

156: Five things I do before bed each night

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Sharing five things I do before bed each night in today’s podcast episode!

Here’s what I talk about:

– My anchor nightly habits that help me to get higher quality, restorative sleep

– The WHY behind each of them

and some little tips along the way 🙂

156: Five things I do before bed each night

156 five things i do before bed.

Resources:

Topical magnesium

Topical magnesium for kids

Balanced magnesium (use FITNESSISTA10)

Cornea Care eye mask

Partners:

I’ve been using Nutrisense on and off for a couple of years now. I love being able to see how my blood sugar responds to my diet and habits, and run experiments. You can try out Nutrisense here and use GINA50 for $50 off.

Join us for Fit Team! This is my online fitness community and you can try it free for 7 days.

I love love love the meals from Sakara LifeUse this link and the code XOGINAH for 20% off their meal delivery and clean boutique items. This is something I do once a month as a lil treat to myself and the meals are always showstoppers.

If any of my fellow health professional friends are looking for another way to help their clients, I highly recommend IHP. You can also use this information to heal yourself and then go one to heal others, which I think is a beautiful mission. You can absolutely join if you don’t currently work in the health or fitness industry; many IHPs don’t begin on this path. They’re friends who are passionate to learn more about health and wellness, and want to share this information with those they love. You can do this as a passion, or start an entirely new career.

You can use my referral link here and the code FITNESSISTA for up to $250 off the Integrative Health Practitioner program. I highly recommend it! You can check out my review IHP Level 1 here and Read more

155: Is Ozempic worth the risk?

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Talking about a huge topic today – is Ozempic worth the risk? I’m sharing my thoughts as an Integrative Health Practitioner and Women’s Fitness Specialist. Would I take Ozempic? Would I recommend it to clients?

Here’s what we discuss in today’s episode:

What is Ozempic and how does it work?

Would I take Ozempic, or what would I use instead?

Pros and cons

and so much more!

 

Partners:

I’ve been using Nutrisense on and off for a couple of years now. I love being able to see how my blood sugar responds to my diet and habits, and run experiments. You can try out Nutrisense here and use GINA50 for $50 off.

Join us for Fit Team! This is my online fitness community and you can try it free for 7 days.

I love love love the meals from Sakara LifeUse this link and the code XOGINAH for 20% off their meal delivery and clean boutique items. This is something I do once a month as a lil treat to myself and the meals are always showstoppers.

If any of my fellow health professional friends are looking for another way to help their clients, I highly recommend IHP. You can also use this information to heal yourself and then go one to heal others, which I think is a beautiful mission. You can absolutely join if you don’t currently work in the health or fitness industry; many IHPs don’t begin on this path. They’re friends who are passionate to learn more about health and wellness, and want to share this information with those they love. You can do this as a passion, or start an entirely new career.

You can use my referral link here and the code FITNESSISTA for up to $250 off the Integrative Health Practitioner program. I highly recommend it! You can check out my review IHP Level 1 here and Read more

154: 8-step process to whole health with Udo Erasmus

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Hi friends! I’m so excited to welcome Udo Erasmus back to the show today! He’s someone who genuinely inspires me, and has so much wisdom to share, and I’m thrilled he agreed to come back to another episode. You can check out the previous episode, #152, here. 

His 8-step process that takes into consideration all of the elements of whole health, including mental health, presence and awareness, life energy, and being in harmony with nature and humanity.



The legendary Udo Erasmus is the co-founder of Udo’s Choice line, which can be found in Whole Foods and other health food stores worldwide. Udo designed the machinery for making oils with health in mind and pioneered flax oil, a billion dollar industry. However, Udo walked a difficult path tobecome the man he is today. Being a child of war, Udo’s life began with intense struggle. As an adult, he got pesticide poisoning in 1980, leaving doctors at a loss regarding treatment. Deciding to take his health into his own hands, Udo began researching, and his discoveries led him to a passion for finding the answers to life’s big questions which would hopefully one day bring him and the world peace.

Today, Udo is an acclaimed speaker and author of many books, including the best-selling Fats That Heal Fats That Kill, which has sold over 250,000 copies. He teaches at events hosted by Tony Robbins and Deepak Chopra, has keynoted an international brain health conference, and has traveled to over 30 countries to conduct thousands of live presentations, media interviews, and staff trainings impacting more than 25,000,000 lives with his message on oils, health, peace, nature, and human nature. Udo has an extensive education in biochemistry, genetics, biology, and nutrition, including a master’s degree in counseling psychology.

You can connect with him on his website and Read more

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