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#029 Calm the Chaos, Build a New Foundation and Optimize Your Metabolism with Josh and Jeanne Rubin

 

In this episode of IMperfectly Healthy, I interview Jeanne and Josh Rubin of East West Healing and Performance. Josh and Jeanne are revolutionizing nutrition for thyroid health by teaching people how to use food as supplementation, reduce stress and build the most sound foundation for the body to heal.
They believe the greatest defense one has against the ever-changing environment is the health of the metabolism. When the metabolism is strong and the thyroid is functioning, all systems are working in synergy, just as they are meant to.
Josh and Jeanne are teaching people how to use food to resource their body in new ways, which in turn is building a bridge for complete mind, body and spirit growth and transformation.
They are here to offer you back ownership of your health and to provide you the information you need to make more informed choices around your health!
In this episode, you are going to hear Josh and Jeanne shed light on:
  • their refreshing philosophy on healing the body of all chronic ailments.
  • why we must look at cellular function to restore health.
  • the importance of looking at the body as a system.
  • what foods, and ways of eating, support optimizing metabolism.
  • their food strategy that meets you where you are at.
  • what mistakes, and misguidance, they see being practiced out there.
  • the most accurate way to assess thyroid health and metabolism
  • how to stop chasing your tail and instead, build resiliency in your body.
  • how people are approaching weight loss backwards.
  • why weight doesn’t determine health.
  • how important breath is to metabolism and restoring optimal function in the body.
  • how you must be willing to change your life to achieve the results you want.
  • why patience, experimentation and customization is crucial for long-term healing.
  • how health challenges have become a red tag people wear as a badge of honor.
  • why you cannot heal in a state of chaos.
  • bringing health back to basics, instead of over-complicating the solutions.
  • how nose breathing can transform your health.
Learn more about Josh and Jeanne at East West Healing
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#017 Awaken Your Higher Calling & Go for It with Kristyn Caetano

 

 

Do you have a dream you have been ignoring? A passion you push to the side? Is there an unsettling knot in your stomach begging you to listen to it?

It doesn’t have to be a business.  It could be starting a non-profit for a cause that matters to you.  It could be making difference in a community of people that need help.  It could be taking a stand as a leader on a topic that ignites your heart. 

If you are holding back in any area of your life, then this show is for you!

Welcome to EP17 of IMperfectly Healthy! Today’s guest is Kristyn Caetano. Kristyn is an Intuitive Business Coach and Lifestyle Strategist.  She helps coaches and healers build their thriving dream business, so they can create more freedom and prosperity in their life, while making a positive impact in the world. She has always been passionate about health and personal development on multiple levels.

She began studying many different wellness modalities more than 25 years ago, including the use of food and herbs as medicine, reiki, meditation, NLP, EFT, spiritual practices, and more. Eventually she earned a Master of Public Health degree and certifications in Nutritional Counseling, Life Coaching, and Hypnotherapy.

Altogether, she has more than 18 years of business and leadership experience in the area of Public Health, including management of nonprofit health clinics, business development, community outreach and education, mentorship, and teaching.

Kristyn is an incredibly heart-centered, grounded and inspiring woman.  

In this episode, you are going to hear Kristyn share:

  • her own path of finding her higher calling and creating a business she LOVES
  • what can get in the way of accessing and pursuing your dreams
  • what is often hiding under confusion and indecision
  • how starting a business is the ultimate personal growth path
  • what the independent woman syndrome is, and find out if you have it
  • what core desired feelings are and why they can change your life
  • how to begin awakening your higher calling
  • her wisdom on what it takes to make it all happen
  • what the cost is of ignoring the call
  • why so many people are being called to be of service

Learn more about Kristyn at http://elixifyyourlife.com/

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Connect with Kristyn on Instagram.

 

Mentioned in the show:

Tony Robbins Basic Needs

Danielle Laporte’s Desire Map

 

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Freedom from Your Past with James Woeber

 

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In this episode of IMperfectly Healthy, I interview James Woeber, an international speaker, writer and consultant who trains thought leaders, healers and entrepreneurs to free themselves from trauma-based and ancestral patterns so that they can be wonderfully successful and serve as powerful change agents in the world.

James is the Co-Founder and Director of Art of Heartful Living, a leadership development and human potential program, that since 1998 has taught individuals and organizations powerful mind/body tools to manifest their heart’s deepest desires and be of service in their communities. His experience as a trainer and therapist spans well over two decades, and he recently served as Co-Director of the 2015 North American Systemic Constellations Conference—an event dedicated to healing ancestral and trauma-based issues for individuals, families and organizations.

You are going to hear James share his insight and wisdom on:

  • the mind-body connection
  • how family patterns impact your life and health in the present
  • how early childhood experiences or trauma are connected to current health challenges
  • what are some of the common “issues behind the issue” 
  • the importance of being in tune with your own body
  • the main keys to healing issues keeping you stuck in life
  • what it means to practice the art of heartful living

Connect with James at www.artofheartfulliving.com

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The Gift of Illness: Autoimmune, Love and Waking Up

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In this episode of IMperfectly Healthy, Faith interviews Laurie da Silveira, a certified nutrition consultant with a masters degree in counseling living in the Bay Area. She is the owner of Vibrant Living with Laurie, where she sees individual clients and offers group classes regarding holistic nutrition and heart-centered healing. She is also the co-founder of the Love is Medicine: Guiding Clients to the Cure Within Practitioner Training.

You are going to hear about why Laurie sees her own health challenges as a gift, the role of limiting beliefs in illness, the healing power of forgiveness as well as:

  • why addressing health physically often isn’t enough
  • the common limiting beliefs that precede illness and health issues
  • the power of taking responsibility for your body and life
  • why you are a big huge mansion
  • how illness can become your identity and keep you stuck
  • how to find peace and appreciation on your health journey
  • the mental/emotional/spiritual causes of thyroid and digestive imbalances

Connect with Laurie at www.vibrantliving.us

 

Mentioned in the show:

Direct Labs: www.directlabs.com

Heart Math: www.hearthmath.org 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdneZ4fIIHE

Gaps Diet Book: http://www.gapsdiet.com/home.html

Mystery School: http://www.livinginthepresence.net/

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IMperfectly Healthy: 005 Being a Health Detective with Kimball Willson

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In this episode of IMperfectly Healthy, Faith interviews her good friend and functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner Kimball Willson.  Kimball shares her own journey in finding the root causes of her own health challenges, that led to her passion for helping others achieve vibrant health.

What you will learn from Kimball in this episode is:

– the difference between functional and conventional lab testing

– the importance of looking at the body as a whole

– what question to keep asking until you get to the root cause

– how most often the answer lies in the gut

– why exercise is making you gain weight

– the real causes of excess weight

– why self-care is a key piece to your health journey

Connect with Kimball at www.kwhealthcoaching.com

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See your food cravings in a new light

If you’re like I used to be, you have likely been struggling with food cravings forever. And, also like me, you’ve likely tried a number of diets and strategies that haven’t worked long term. I know how frustrating this can be, and how defeating it feels to try to “be good” all the time. Because it never works, right? You do well for a while, avoiding all those foods you love.  Then you end up giving in and devouring a whole bag of candy or chips.  Then it all goes out the window…

It doesn’t have to be that way.

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I put this guide together so you can start to learn some foundational lifestyle habits that can help you find more confidence around your food choices. The information I’m sharing is not about deprivation or the latest strict diet; it’s about creating healthy sustainable habits that have been proven to both help keep cravings in check, and improve overall well-being at the same time.

Get my 5 Ways to Overcome Your Food Cravings –> HERE

And let me know what you think.  I would love to know how these tips resonate with you.  Email me at faith@faithshevlin.com to continue the conversation =)

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Being on a Diet vs. Food as Medicine

There is a HUGE difference between being on a “diet” and using food as medicine.  Big huge difference.

When I say using food as medicine, I mean following certain guidelines with food as a way to heal a health condition, improve your overall health and well-being, or restore balance in your body.  This typically means taking certain foods out of your regular diet, and adding in new foods on purpose.  This is much different than being on a “diet”.

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3 Ways to Celebrate You

Why do you do the things you do everyday? What motivates the choices you make in your day-to-day life?

Do you do them because you “should”, or because you are on a constant path to “fix and change” yourself.  It is so easy to get stuck in the mindset of, “when I _____, ______, and ______, then I will feel good about myself, then I will have made it.”

This need to fix and change can often be what is fueling our choices around health and well-being.

Can you relate?

Continue reading “3 Ways to Celebrate You”