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Diet Dropout - A Fresh Take On Fitness

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Diet Dropout - A Fresh Take On Fitness

Diet Dropout - A Fresh Take On Fitness

Felicia Romero

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If you are tired of yo yo dieting, starting and stopping your fitness goals, and obsessing over the scale then this podcast is for you. Welcome to the “Diet Dropout” podcast where I will bring you real people who will tell you real stories about how they have broken through their plateaus and how you can do the same. Week after week, I will bring you my own personal stories and how I overcame my health issues , as well as actionable advice from top health professionals, naturopaths , and other industry leaders who are not afraid to talk about this topic. Being a diet dropout is so much more than the diet and food itself, it is a movement about truly getting to a place in life where self acceptance is the goal and living your best self is being healthy from the inside out. Are you with me? Stop defining yourself by that scale and start empowering yourself to change your mindset. It is POSSIBLE, and I am here to share with you how! Thank you in advance for tuning in to the Diet Dropout podcast!

Latest Episodes

Ep. 15- A Male's Perspective on Health with Chris and Eric Martinez

Chris and Eric Martinez host of the Dynamic Life Podcast and Online Fitness Business coaches.I met these two years ago at a branding workshop and have kept intouch ever since. These two are supermotivated and have spent years helping otherpeoplewiththeirfitness goals and now their business goals. In this episode we talk about how to overcome a family tragedy after losing their father at a young age and removing yourself from toxic situations that might be holding you down. Chis and Eric both competed in bodybuilding and talk about how it created food disordered eating and hormonal issues. It is fascinating to talk to men about the same type issues that women deal with. We dive into mindset, coaching, education, not giving up when things get tough and so much more. Thank you for listening in. Chris is LOVING Recommends book : "The Daily Stoic" by Ryan Holiday Listening to : "Innercise: The New Way to Unlock Your Brain's Hidden Power" by John Assaraf Eric is LOVING Recommends book: "Seeking Wisdom: From Darwin to Munger" by Peter Bevelin Listening to : Ed Mylett podcast Make sure to follow Chris and Eric-Chris and Eric Instagram THANK you so much for listening! Make sure tosubscribe and if you enjoyed thisepisode please leave areview! Questions orsuggestions - email me atFelicia@DietDropoutPodcast.com

45 MIN2 days ago
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Ep. 15- A Male's Perspective on Health with Chris and Eric Martinez

Ep. 14- Overcoming Food Guilt

Hi all, in this episode I chat about food guilt and how to overcome! Remember that Sex and the City episode where Miranda binged on a cookie cake, she even took the cake out of the trash to eat it after throwing it away. She talks to her gals about the guilt and shame she felt around eating the cookie. We have all experienced food guilt at some point in our lives. You might even be experiencing it now after the Mothers day weekend. Food guilt keeps us from really enjoying food and looking at food as fuel. It is super important for us to learn how to manage our attitude toward food because it can work against our weight loss efforts. I also provide 5 actionable tools to start thinking about as you listen to this episode: 1. Commit to enjoying food- once you decide to eat the food ( cupcake, cookie, pizza) start focusing on the positive and give full attention to being mindful when eating that food 2. Don't food shame yourself - words have weight- avoid saying " this cookie will go straight to my thighs". Take the cupcake or leave it but take the judgment out of it. 3. Rethink your relationship with your food- Are you being too restrictive? Is food taking over your life? Do you punish yourself after eating a "bad" meal ? If yes, start to rethink and reevaluate your relationship with your food. 4. Intuitive eating- being mindful and honoring your hunger . 5. Distract yourself with something other than food- a hobby, passion project, take a walk, journal. Hope you all enjoy this episode and if you have a similar story leave a comment on the Diet dropout instagram! Diet Dropout Podcast If you have a episode suggestion please send me an email - Felicia@DietDropoutPodcast.com

30 MIN1 weeks ago
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Ep. 14- Overcoming Food Guilt

Ep. 13- Why Putting A Label On Your Food Can Be Dangerous

In this episode I talk about labeling your food and why it can set you up to fail. I recently saw a post Chalene Johnson, fitness legend, posted on her Instagram on food labels. There were 2 plates of the same exact food and one was labeled "paleo" and the other plate with the same food was labeled "and also food". I thought that it was pretty powerful because when we start to label what we are doing we instantly think of the foods we CAN'T have. What happens when we tell ourselves we can't have something ? Well, we want it even more, or in my case I definitely did. Sometimes I look back and cant believe I recommended certain things or use to tell people to stop eating carbs at dinner, or fruit will keep your body from being lean etc. But when we know better we do better and sometimes we have to just go through those times, experience it and grow from it. I feel like a lot of my listeners are to that point where they just want to live this food freedom life and not let it consume you but also have body goals, which is great. SOME ACTIONABLE STEPS THAT I WANT YOU TO DO FOR THE REST OF MAY Write down a list of foods that you absolutely love and feel like you would have a hard time eliminating . (forget the food rules) -- and these are foods that should make you feel good so no intolerances, allergies etc , foods that you eat and have heartburn immediately or have to run to the bathroom right away, stay away from. For me : Eggs, avocado, rice, strawberries, banana, peanut butter, popcorn, dark chocolate , chicken, bagged salad, couple bites of mac and cheese , shakes ( 85% of the time) Listen to your body - are you hungry first thing in the morning or not . I drink water , drink some adaptogens and a cleanse type drink ( I don’t drink for weight loss - i love the botanical blend and it nourishes the digestive system - but that has become my habit).Drink some water. When you eat your meals- sit in a quiet space , no tv , phone etc and eat your food being mindul of how you feel. You do not need to feel stuffed post eating. Eat to feel satisfied . These are the things I did when I stopped labeling everything and just stuck to the things I enjoyed. You can too:) Hope you enjoyed this episode and thank you so much for listening! Make sure to subscribe and leave a review if you enjoyed this episode. Have an idea for an episode ? Email me at Felicia@DietDropoutPodcast.com

30 MIN2 weeks ago
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Ep. 13- Why Putting A Label On Your Food Can Be Dangerous

Latest Episodes

Ep. 15- A Male's Perspective on Health with Chris and Eric Martinez

Chris and Eric Martinez host of the Dynamic Life Podcast and Online Fitness Business coaches.I met these two years ago at a branding workshop and have kept intouch ever since. These two are supermotivated and have spent years helping otherpeoplewiththeirfitness goals and now their business goals. In this episode we talk about how to overcome a family tragedy after losing their father at a young age and removing yourself from toxic situations that might be holding you down. Chis and Eric both competed in bodybuilding and talk about how it created food disordered eating and hormonal issues. It is fascinating to talk to men about the same type issues that women deal with. We dive into mindset, coaching, education, not giving up when things get tough and so much more. Thank you for listening in. Chris is LOVING Recommends book : "The Daily Stoic" by Ryan Holiday Listening to : "Innercise: The New Way to Unlock Your Brain's Hidden Power" by John Assaraf Eric is LOVING Recommends book: "Seeking Wisdom: From Darwin to Munger" by Peter Bevelin Listening to : Ed Mylett podcast Make sure to follow Chris and Eric-Chris and Eric Instagram THANK you so much for listening! Make sure tosubscribe and if you enjoyed thisepisode please leave areview! Questions orsuggestions - email me atFelicia@DietDropoutPodcast.com

45 MIN2 days ago
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Ep. 15- A Male's Perspective on Health with Chris and Eric Martinez

Ep. 14- Overcoming Food Guilt

Hi all, in this episode I chat about food guilt and how to overcome! Remember that Sex and the City episode where Miranda binged on a cookie cake, she even took the cake out of the trash to eat it after throwing it away. She talks to her gals about the guilt and shame she felt around eating the cookie. We have all experienced food guilt at some point in our lives. You might even be experiencing it now after the Mothers day weekend. Food guilt keeps us from really enjoying food and looking at food as fuel. It is super important for us to learn how to manage our attitude toward food because it can work against our weight loss efforts. I also provide 5 actionable tools to start thinking about as you listen to this episode: 1. Commit to enjoying food- once you decide to eat the food ( cupcake, cookie, pizza) start focusing on the positive and give full attention to being mindful when eating that food 2. Don't food shame yourself - words have weight- avoid saying " this cookie will go straight to my thighs". Take the cupcake or leave it but take the judgment out of it. 3. Rethink your relationship with your food- Are you being too restrictive? Is food taking over your life? Do you punish yourself after eating a "bad" meal ? If yes, start to rethink and reevaluate your relationship with your food. 4. Intuitive eating- being mindful and honoring your hunger . 5. Distract yourself with something other than food- a hobby, passion project, take a walk, journal. Hope you all enjoy this episode and if you have a similar story leave a comment on the Diet dropout instagram! Diet Dropout Podcast If you have a episode suggestion please send me an email - Felicia@DietDropoutPodcast.com

30 MIN1 weeks ago
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Ep. 14- Overcoming Food Guilt

Ep. 13- Why Putting A Label On Your Food Can Be Dangerous

In this episode I talk about labeling your food and why it can set you up to fail. I recently saw a post Chalene Johnson, fitness legend, posted on her Instagram on food labels. There were 2 plates of the same exact food and one was labeled "paleo" and the other plate with the same food was labeled "and also food". I thought that it was pretty powerful because when we start to label what we are doing we instantly think of the foods we CAN'T have. What happens when we tell ourselves we can't have something ? Well, we want it even more, or in my case I definitely did. Sometimes I look back and cant believe I recommended certain things or use to tell people to stop eating carbs at dinner, or fruit will keep your body from being lean etc. But when we know better we do better and sometimes we have to just go through those times, experience it and grow from it. I feel like a lot of my listeners are to that point where they just want to live this food freedom life and not let it consume you but also have body goals, which is great. SOME ACTIONABLE STEPS THAT I WANT YOU TO DO FOR THE REST OF MAY Write down a list of foods that you absolutely love and feel like you would have a hard time eliminating . (forget the food rules) -- and these are foods that should make you feel good so no intolerances, allergies etc , foods that you eat and have heartburn immediately or have to run to the bathroom right away, stay away from. For me : Eggs, avocado, rice, strawberries, banana, peanut butter, popcorn, dark chocolate , chicken, bagged salad, couple bites of mac and cheese , shakes ( 85% of the time) Listen to your body - are you hungry first thing in the morning or not . I drink water , drink some adaptogens and a cleanse type drink ( I don’t drink for weight loss - i love the botanical blend and it nourishes the digestive system - but that has become my habit).Drink some water. When you eat your meals- sit in a quiet space , no tv , phone etc and eat your food being mindul of how you feel. You do not need to feel stuffed post eating. Eat to feel satisfied . These are the things I did when I stopped labeling everything and just stuck to the things I enjoyed. You can too:) Hope you enjoyed this episode and thank you so much for listening! Make sure to subscribe and leave a review if you enjoyed this episode. Have an idea for an episode ? Email me at Felicia@DietDropoutPodcast.com

30 MIN2 weeks ago
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Ep. 13- Why Putting A Label On Your Food Can Be Dangerous
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