Healthy Mind Fit Body

This podcast is based on the book by the same name, found on http://www.healthy…
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This podcast is based on the book by the same name, found on that explores both the nutritional and psychological sides of weight loss, fitness, diet, overall health and longevity.

The three essentials for achieving an optimal the mind/body connection (found in the free interactive guide on our website) serve as the basis for our discussions of food, exercise, and dieting.

Essentially, by attaining the correct knowledge about how food types can affect your bodyfat percentage, you'll be able to make much better choices that serve your long-term interests. By exploring your inner continent--your subconscious mind--you'll gain a degree of self-knowledge that will assist in ending self-conflict (being at war with yourself). And by looking at your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a new, more effective and efficient way, you'll be able to heighten your motivation to create the optimal you!

Recent Episodes

(duration 43:57) We’re finally back in the saddle (apologies for the delay!). As we’ve let the show age like a fine primal wine, we share news that Kevin is departing and that Wes will continue solo (sometimes w/ guests) for at least the next year. In this episode we explore parts of a couple informative books on nutrition (links below), including detrimental aspects of “vegetable oils,” aka, ind…
(duration 42:58) After covering Kev’s summer travels in Europe, in our second episode about shame we discuss the various aspects of shame and guilt. Since shame is the opposite of self-esteem, “healthy shame” isn’t really possible. Both shame and guilt are tragic ways to assess oneself and one’s actions (as well as others), which stem from experiencing shaming, blaming, and punitive parenting str…
(duration 45:59) This is the first episode in our series on the nature of shame. After outlining the basic aspects of shame (i.e., the belief and sense that one is unworthy or flawed in some irredeemable way), we note that its antithesis is self-esteem; so, practicing the six pillars is vital. Shame mainly originates in childhood within the context of family systems, as the book _Facing Shame_ ex…

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Nov 18th, 2009
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Nov 24th, 2017
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