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The Paleo View

Stacy Toth and Sarah Ballantyne

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The Paleo View
76 MIN2015 OCT 9
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Intro (0:00)News and Views (0:56)Sarah listened to the show for a first time in a long timeWhy Stacy and Sarah don't routinely listen to their showMatt, feel free to interject bits and pieces into the show as you would likeWelcome Josh from Slim PalateHow and when Matt and Stacy first met Josh, and discovering his cookbookJosh's guest post on the Paleo Parents siteJosh was a part of the Take Back Your Health Conference this year, and is actually in a movie that was screened at the event over the weekend, Revolution: Food movieMade for perfect timing for him to make an appearance on The Paleo View while he is in townInspired by a recent post that Josh shared, Stacy thought it would be great to have him on the show to share moreWhat happens when Stacy records with show guests in personCole and Josh's love for the 'oh burn' momentsCole interacting with people at the event and the feedback he shared with some of these movement leadersThe people who are in the movie and why the information they shared was so inspiring and why the concepts were so unique and newThe cinematography in the film is stunning, and the video will be available online in November ---> don't miss it hereMore on the Post (16:30)Losing so much weight so young and how that impacted Josh going through that process in a public settingHow weight-loss impacted Stacy over the yearsJosh's original storyLost over 100 pounds at age 16 and that was also when he started his blogStacy helped promote Josh's story because she was so moved by itHe published his book at 16 as wellJosh has OCD and got easily obsessed with body image the further he got into his journeyBody dysmorphia amongst teens, and especially with guys and how they deal with itThe anxiety it gave Josh to compare himself to the men's health magazinesLosing too much weight and when Josh first saw himself on filmHow body dysmorphia messes with your headReaching out to lifting coaches for guidance on food intakeThe fear of gaining weight and the mental challenge of needing to shift his dysmorphic mentality towards changing his habitsRefusing sugar for so long, despite not having a condition the required that sort of restrictionThe trouble with the all or nothing mentalityThe program Josh did during his weight-gaining processHow Josh now feels about his body and how he physically feels after putting on 70 poundsTruly comfortable in his own skin nowHis various emotions though the gain, and now he feels like he is just as he is supposed to beFeeling mentally sharper and having better, consistent energyShould vs. wantLoving our body and where it is at todayJosh's inspiration from Elliott HulseBuilding up off of something that is already good and making it strongerThe common issue with people transitioning one eating disorder to the nextThe issue with orthorexia in the paleo communityThe promise Josh made to himself to stay grounded in real food when working on his weight-gainWhat Josh's suggestions are for those who are dealing with body dysmorphia and/or orthorexiaStacy's post on disordered eatingStacy's mindset around the "good foods" and the "bad foods" and how this thinking can backfire on her overall habits and goalsBeing too harsh on yourself leads to anxietyKnowing what choices you want to make for yourself on a daily basisStrategies & Resources (54:43)Josh reminds himself that he is nourishing his body to grow to avoid the anxiety that use to come with eating carbs and/or sugarsMentally acknowledging yourself and giving yourself props when you are making progressThe power of positive self talkStacy's way of finding rechargers for her system that have nothing to do with foodStacy also has always identified an accountably partner when she is working through a specific health challengeIdentifying the snowball foodsSarah's top strategy is sleepSarah also thinks about how she looks through her husband's eyesMaking time for quality grown up time with your significant other is also importantHow the lifestyle stuff impacts Sarah's relationship with foodThank you to Josh for coming on this weeks show!Be sure to visit Josh on his site Slim Palate and to checkout his cookbook as wellAlso look into Revolution: Food movieThanks again - we will be back next week!Outro (1:11:33)