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A podcast dedicated to one individual’s Intermittent Fasting journey. Told in journal form for the first half—what has been happening in Donna’s fasting life that week, successes, challenges, what she’s learned, etc. Then she puts on her teacher hat and explains even more about what she has learned, giving tips to those who want to learn more about living an IF lifestyle of daily fasting windows and eating windows. Take a look weekly at one person’s journey—as you find motivation, success habits, tips, and more. You can find more of what Donna writes about losing the last 25 pounds with IF (out of 100 pounds total via low carbing over several years), including motivation, tips, recipes, graphics, and more at her blog, Donnareish.com —Helping Women Feel Great and Live Well!

DISCLAIMER: This is an intermittent fasting support group, blog, and/or course. None of the information/advice shared is considered to be medical advice. Information shared here is for inspiration and/or informational purposes only. Please consult your physician or medical professionals with any specific medical questions including treatment options, medications, dosages, and other medical concerns. Again, no specific medical advice is given herein. No discussion in this group, blog, or course should be considered to be a substitute for medical care.

Weight Loss Lifestyle Coaching Donna Reish

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A podcast dedicated to one individual’s Intermittent Fasting journey. Told in journal form for the first half—what has been happening in Donna’s fasting life that week, successes, challenges, what she’s learned, etc. Then she puts on her teacher hat and explains even more about what she has learned, giving tips to those who want to learn more about living an IF lifestyle of daily fasting windows and eating windows. Take a look weekly at one person’s journey—as you find motivation, success habits, tips, and more. You can find more of what Donna writes about losing the last 25 pounds with IF (out of 100 pounds total via low carbing over several years), including motivation, tips, recipes, graphics, and more at her blog, Donnareish.com —Helping Women Feel Great and Live Well!

DISCLAIMER: This is an intermittent fasting support group, blog, and/or course. None of the information/advice shared is considered to be medical advice. Information shared here is for inspiration and/or informational purposes only. Please consult your physician or medical professionals with any specific medical questions including treatment options, medications, dosages, and other medical concerns. Again, no specific medical advice is given herein. No discussion in this group, blog, or course should be considered to be a substitute for medical care.

    #60 - The Problem With Relying on Willpower Part I of II

    #60 - The Problem With Relying on Willpower Part I of II

    In this broadcast (Episode 60), Donna Reish author and teacher of The Intermittent Fasting Course Donna Reish, blogger, and weight loss coach, shares important information about relying on willpower.

    Willpower is a common word and thought---one that we use to describe what we need to overcome our body's and mind's objections to eating healthfully, working out, keeping our schedule, not eating too much sugar, and much more. It has been thought for decades that people who are overweight just need more willpower. So we have sought, usually unsuccessfully, for that secret fountain of willpower.
    I debunk many myths about willpower in this episode, starting with defining it, how we rely on it, and why my husband and I, who have now lost over 220 pounds together, didn't understand why we couldn't conquer our food habits that made us obese by simply using more willpower.
    I teach why willpower doesn't work in the long term--and even many times in the short term--by looking at research studies that demonstrate how we use up all that we have and exhaust ourselves of it before the day is over. This section includes an interesting radish and chocolate experiment, M and M experiment, and how many researchers believe we make 119 food-related decisions a day.
    Next I describe the real problem with willpower--we have a Willpower Gap, meaning that we don't have enough willpower left to overcome the urges that we are presented with every day. I also uncover man ways that we handle willpower ineffectively when it comes to our eating habits, essentially sabotaging the willpower we could have.
    Enjoy today's broadcast and tune in next Sunday morning for Episode 61: The Problem With Relying on Willpower Part II of II---where we will find solutions!

    In this broadcast (Episode 60), Donna Reish author and teacher of The Intermittent Fasting Course Donna Reish, blogger, and weight loss coach, shares important information about relying on willpower.

    Willpower is a common word and thought---one that we use to describe what we need to overcome our body's and mind's objections to eating healthfully, working out, keeping our schedule, not eating too much sugar, and much more. It has been thought for decades that people who are overweight just need more willpower. So we have sought, usually unsuccessfully, for that secret fountain of willpower.
    I debunk many myths about willpower in this episode, starting with defining it, how we rely on it, and why my husband and I, who have now lost over 220 pounds together, didn't understand why we couldn't conquer our food habits that made us obese by simply using more willpower.
    I teach why willpower doesn't work in the long term--and even many times in the short term--by looking at research studies that demonstrate how we use up all that we have and exhaust ourselves of it before the day is over. This section includes an interesting radish and chocolate experiment, M and M experiment, and how many researchers believe we make 119 food-related decisions a day.
    Next I describe the real problem with willpower--we have a Willpower Gap, meaning that we don't have enough willpower left to overcome the urges that we are presented with every day. I also uncover man ways that we handle willpower ineffectively when it comes to our eating habits, essentially sabotaging the willpower we could have.
    Enjoy today's broadcast and tune in next Sunday morning for Episode 61: The Problem With Relying on Willpower Part II of II---where we will find solutions!

    • 45 min
    #59 Live Q and A From the Intermittent Fasting Course

    #59 Live Q and A From the Intermittent Fasting Course

    In this broadcast (Episode 59), author and teacher of The Intermittent Fasting Course Donna Reish, shares her course's Live Q and A video from her January students.

    The IF Course is a one month course that contains 21 days of daily incremental teaching videos, outlines, charts, graphs, and motivating images/self talk :posters and cards." (See graphics and daily lesson topics here: https://donnareish.com/fast-shot-sneak-peek-of-the-intermittent-fasting-course-check-out-these-graphics/ ).

    The fourth week of the course, Donna goes live in the private course FB group and answers her students' questions. This is a sample of one of those live Q and A sessions.

    In this episode, Donna answers questions about the following:
    1) Fasting for 23 or 24 hours each day
    2) OMAD (One Meal a Day) vs. OPAD (One Plate a Day) vs. an eating window with a meal and snacks/dessert
    3) Appetite Correction--when, what contributes to it, how you will know
    4) Stevia during the fast (Using three important markers: Wide, repeatable, consistent research; Personal Experience; Observation of Others

    Each session of the course begins on the first Monday of the month! intermittentfastingcourse.com

    • 27 min
    #58 Intermittent Fasting Journal

    #58 Intermittent Fasting Journal

    In this broadcast, Donna Reish (Intermittent Fasting teacher, blogger, curriculum author, and weight loss coach) introduces her coach's infamous Self-Coaching Model. This framework for changing your life, understanding your thoughts and feelings, and taking the actions you desire was created by Brooke Castillo. Donna uses it on Saturday mornings to teach people in her private FB group (link below)!
    This is the first Saturday episode (longer than usual) as Donna introduces the elements of The Model and applies them to several different circumstances to show viewers and readers how The Model can be used on real life situations, thoughts, and feelings. She spends time to really give an understanding of the five elements: Circumstances, Thoughts, Feelings, Actions, and Results. This material is life-changing, and many thanks are given to Brooke for her generosity in giving it to the world! Sign up for Donna's Intermittent Fasting course! intermittentfastingcourse.com



    Sign up for my month-long, step-by-step course (starts the first Monday of each month): https://intermittentfastingcourse.com

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    • 43 min
    #57 Intermittent Fasting Journal

    #57 Intermittent Fasting Journal

    Donna Reish, intermittent fasting teacher, blogger, and weight loss coach, makes a compelling case in this video for WAY fewer holiday "specials" than we traditionally think we need. Donna describes the thoughts behind why we "throw in the towel" during the holidays and how to compact this thinking to actually lose weight (or at least maintain) during the season of overindulgence. Donna describes what "cheat days" do to our weight loss (mathematically), and how we can avoid cheat days altogether by "deciding ahead of time" and planning one or two exceptions to our healthy protocol per week. Following this "mindset" training, Donna delves into the simple math--taking listeners through the calendar from Halloween until New Year's day--helping people determine which occasions we really want for a "fun food" meal and which ones are not necessary (based on our own traditions and food protocols). She summarizes by showing us how we can have ten or fewer "special occasions" over a sixty day period---and not gain the typical 7-12 pounds that most people gain during that two month period. Sign up for Donna's free Intermittent Fasting Webinar: "Start Intermittent Fasting Tonight" at intermittentfastingwebinar.com

    • 43 min
    #56 Intermittent Fasting Journal

    #56 Intermittent Fasting Journal

    Should you focus on the length of the fasting period or the food in the eating window for weight loss? Does longer always mean better weight loss? Should you eat differently if you have a short fast or a long fast? Donna Reish, Intermittent Fasting teacher, blogger, weight loss coach, and curriuculum author, answers these and many other questions in this broadcast. She begins with the "Is IF magic" question. Then she uses graphics to show four main ways we lose weight, inches, and cravings through IF. Then she turns her attention to various fasting hours--and their effect on the foods and weight loss. These include 16:8; 18:6; 19:5; 20:4; 21:3; and more. Join Donna's monthly IF course to begin fasting incrementally with daily video training and lots of hand holding! intermittentfastingcourse.com

    • 35 min
    #54 Intermittent Fasting Journal

    #54 Intermittent Fasting Journal

    In this broadcast, curriculum author, IF teacher, and former debate
    coach, helps listeners cut through the noise when it comes to claims,
    beliefs, and research about weight loss, macronutrients, and more. She
    begins by drawing on her experience as a high school debate teacher and
    coach to point out that the terms people are using must be defined in
    order for us to put them in context and see if they apply or not. Then
    she explains what logical fallacies and biases are--and how they apply
    to all people at all intellectual levels. Then she delves into the six
    common logical fallacies and biases with their definitions,
    explanations, applications, and what to look for with each one. These
    include anchoring bias, choice supportive bias, confirmation bias,
    ostrich bias, bandwagon effect, and false consensus effect. Her hope is
    that we will use three lenses to evaluate whether something works for us
    or not in applying what we hear and read: (1) Personal Experience; (2)
    Outside Observations; (3) Robust, reliable research.

    • 43 min

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