Waist Away: The Intermittent Fasting Podcast
An Inspirational Approach to Intermittent Fasting and Losing Weight
#77 Is it possible to eat too much healthy food, all about Whole 30? How to lose weight and keep it off, and are cheat meals good or bad? With Adam Schaeuble!
Welcome back to the Waist Away podcast! Today’s guest is a new friend of the show. Chantel met him when she appeared on his podcast a few weeks ago, the Million Pound Mission. He is on a mission to help others lose a collective one million pounds. He also runs a boot camp, a university, and he does coaching because he is passionate about helping people. It’s an honor to have Adam Schaeuble on the show today! Adam's website:https://www.transformationcoach.me/about-adam-schaeuble video version:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P967FR38tXk&feature=youtu.be Listener Questions: I have never had a problem with losing weight, I am able to cut weight anytime I need to by modifying my diet and exercise. My problem has always been with maintaining my weight. As soon as I hit my weight loss goals, I let my foot off the gas, and slowly gain it back. What advice do you have to help make my weight loss last? - Shawn in Tampa Q2 - 21:47 I’ve been trying to be more mindful of my sugar consumption and applying the two bite rule, not having more than three bites of anything super sweet. I want to know if I should be applying the same rule to fruit? It seems like everyone is so divided on this topic, some people say I should eat as many fruits and veggies as I crave, while others say I need to eliminate or severely limit my fruit intake. What’s your opinion on this? - Jerry in Harrisonburg Q3 - 24:28 In your book, you talk about not depriving yourself of the foods that you love, and how you allow yourself to eat what you’re craving on occasion. My problem is that I can’t stop once I start. If I am craving chicken nuggets from Chick Fil A, just 5 won’t do it…I will eat and eat 20 nuggets. For this reason, I rarely allow myself to indulge. I wish I could just have a couple nuggets, for example, and be satisfied! Do you have any tips to help me stop? I need to find the balance between deprivation and binging! - Anonymous Q4 - 29:15 I have been doing Intermittent Fasting and steadily losing weight for almost a year now. I am super close to my goal weight. During this year, I haven’t really done much exercise, but at the beginning of the year, I started working out consistently. I am really loving the workouts, they make me feel great! But the problem is I have noticed that the scale is stalling. Where I was consistently losing weight every month, I have been stuck for almost a month now! I am burning calories, and sticking to a 6 hour window 5 days a week, and a 2 hour window two days a week. Recently, my friend told me that maybe I am not losing weight since I am gaining muscle with my workouts. Do you think this is the case? I always remember hearing that muscle weighs more than fat. Is this really true? When will I start to see the scale drop again? - Heather in Chesapeake Q5 - 32:57 On my journey to cut back on sugar, I have come across some sugar substitutes that I really like. My favorite one is Swerve. I know that Aspartame is really horrible for you, but I am wondering your opinion on Swerve? What is your opinion on things like Coconut sugar and monk fruit? - Angela in Mckinney, TX Q6 - 35:56 I have a bunch of friends doing the Whole 30 this month and posting about it. I am shocked how things like potatoes and corn are encouraged in this plan, and appear to be unlimited! I know that these things have a lot of carbs in them, and even corn is really closer to being a grain than a vegetable. If these things are prepared naturally (obviously not deep fried LOL), should I be concerned with my intake? Also, what is your opinion on Whole 30? - Lauren in Chesapeake Q7 - 38:59 I want to get your opinion on cheat meals. I seem to get mixed reviews! Some people tell me they are awesome to give a little shock to your metabolism and help satisfy whatever you are craving, and some people tell me that they are not good. What do you think? My personal issue with cheat meals tends to be that often they can turn into a cheat day, then a cheat weekend!
Should your urine be pink after eating beets? With Dr. Marisol - Podcast Preview from #76
Today's guest is Doctor Marisol. She's a naturopathic doctor. She is known as the queen of thrones, and she's a world leader in natural medicine! In this preview from Podcast #76 Dr. Marisol explains why your urine may be pink after eating beets and what it means about your gut health! Full audio version:https://chantelray.podbean.com/e/wa76/ Full video version:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-o9w0LzWuk&t=1s
#76 How to heal joint and neck pain, the health benefits of Castor Oil, and what does poop color say about your health? With Dr. Marisol
Welcome back to another episode of the Waist Away podcast! Today's guest is Doctor Marisol. She's a naturopathic doctor. Because of her passion for gut health and cleansing, she is known as the “Queen of Thrones”. She's a world leader in natural medicine and we're so excited to have her on the show this week! video version:https://youtu.be/f-o9w0LzWuk Dr. Marisol's website:https://www.drmarisol.com/ LISTENER QUESTIONS Q1 - 37:37 My friend got something called the Squatty Potty. It's a stool that sits around your toilet and lifts up your knees so you're sitting like a caveman when you poop. She said this is the way nature intended us to poop, lol. I have never heard of this before and what is the truth behind it? Do you agree with it? - Joann in Virginia Beach. Q2 - 39:47 I've tried everything natural to help me go, and it seems like everything works for a short amount of time and then all of the sudden it stops working. I've tried Senna Tea, Aloe Lax, Smooth Move just to name a fe...
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