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Looking to create your best self? Whether it’s good-for-you lifestyle hacks, smarter ways to supplement, or tasty tips to fuel optimal health, Talk Healthy Today -- brought to you by Outside--the folks who bring you Better Nutrition, Muscle & Performance, Clean Eating, Oxygen, Yoga Journal & Vegetarian Times -- provides you the latest research, tools, and common sense tips you need to get and stay healthy... starting today! The host Lisa Davis, MPH is a lively media personality with years of experience in radio and television. She’s interviewed thousands of internationally renowned celebrities, doctors, dietitians, health entrepreneurs, chefs, and fitness gurus, bringing her listeners along with her as she explores the cutting edge of health and lifestyle. Lisa is the author of Clean Eating, Dirty Sex: Sensual Superfoods and Aphrodisiac Practices for Ultimate Sexual Health and Connection (Skyhorse Publishing, 2019), a memoir, lifestyle guide, and cookbook.

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Looking to create your best self? Whether it’s good-for-you lifestyle hacks, smarter ways to supplement, or tasty tips to fuel optimal health, Talk Healthy Today -- brought to you by Outside--the folks who bring you Better Nutrition, Muscle & Performance, Clean Eating, Oxygen, Yoga Journal & Vegetarian Times -- provides you the latest research, tools, and common sense tips you need to get and stay healthy... starting today! The host Lisa Davis, MPH is a lively media personality with years of experience in radio and television. She’s interviewed thousands of internationally renowned celebrities, doctors, dietitians, health entrepreneurs, chefs, and fitness gurus, bringing her listeners along with her as she explores the cutting edge of health and lifestyle. Lisa is the author of Clean Eating, Dirty Sex: Sensual Superfoods and Aphrodisiac Practices for Ultimate Sexual Health and Connection (Skyhorse Publishing, 2019), a memoir, lifestyle guide, and cookbook.

    The Plant Based Athlete: A Game-Changing Approach to Peak Performance with Robert Cheeke

    The Plant Based Athlete: A Game-Changing Approach to Peak Performance with Robert Cheeke

    Lisa is joined by Robert Cheeke to talk about the book he co-authored with Matt Frazier, The Plant -Based Athlete: A Game-Changing Approach to Peak Performance.
    Robert grew up on a farm in Corvallis, Oregon where he adopted a vegan lifestyle in 1995 at age 15, weighing just 120 pounds. Today he is the author of the books, Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness, Shred It!, Plant-Based Muscle, and the new release, The Plant-Based Athlete. He is often referred to as the "Godfather of Vegan Bodybuilding," growing the industry from infancy in 2002, to where it is today. As a two-time natural bodybuilding champion, Robert is considered one of VegNews magazine's Most Influential Vegan Athletes. He tours around the world sharing his story of transformation from a skinny farm kid to champion vegan bodybuilder. Robert is the founder and president of Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness and maintains the popular website, VeganBodybuilding.com. He is a regular contributor to No Meat Athlete, Forks Over Knives, and Vegan Strong, is a multi-sport athlete, entrepreneur, and has followed a plant-based diet for more than 25 years. Robert lives in Colorado with his wife and two rescued Chihuahuas.
    Lisa and Robert take a deep dive into the book. Here is the book description:
    INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER 
    The only research-based guide for connecting a plant-based diet with peak athletic performance, featuring interviews with professional athletes who've made the switch from meat to plants.
    The Plant-Based Athlete by Matt Frazier and Robert Cheeke reveals the incontrovertible proof that the human body does not need meat, eggs, or dairy to be strong. Instead, research shows that a consciously calibrated plant-based diet offers the greatest possible recovery times, cell oxidation, injury prevention, and restorative sleep, and allows athletes to train more effectively, with better results.
    However, committing to a plant-based diet as an elite athlete, first-time marathoner, or weekend warrior isn't as simple as swapping vegetables for meat. Even the slightest food adjustments can impact performance. That's why Matt Frazier, founder of No Meat Athlete, and Robert Cheeke, founder of Vegan Bodybuilding, wrote this groundbreaking book, to guide those interested in making this important shift in how to do so with the best, most transformative results.
    The Plant-Based Athlete offers readers:

    A persuasive body of evidence for adopting a plant-based lifestyle, with key information about how macronutrients, micronutrients, and calories fuel a body running on plant foods

    An entire chapter devoted to protein - why plant sources of protein are preferable over meat, and how plant protein can be used to increase strength, muscle mass, and power

    60+ delicious and nutritious plant-based recipes, including Veggie Burger Patties, Garden Meatballs, Summer Pasta Salad, Vegan Mac & Cheese, French Toast, Acai Bowl, and a High-Energy Smoothie

    Insights from winning plant-based athletes in nearly every sport including champion ultrarunners Rich Roll and Scott Jurek; former NFL player David Carter; champion boxers Yuri Foreman, Unsal Arik, Cam Awesome, and Vanessa Espinoza; and Olympic-level swimmers, cyclists, figure skaters, sprinters, and more.

    A Day in the Life of a Plant-Based Athlete - examples of what, when, and how different athletes eat to fuel their varied workouts


    An instant classic and mainstay on health and fitness shelves everywhere, The Plant-Based Athlete is the ultimate invitation for joining the growing community of athletes who use plants to power their workouts and their every day.
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    Poetry Rx: How Inspiring Poems Can Heal and Bring Joy To Your Life with Norman Rosenthal, MD

    Poetry Rx: How Inspiring Poems Can Heal and Bring Joy To Your Life with Norman Rosenthal, MD

    Lisa is joined by Norman Rosenthal, MD who talks about his latest book, Poetry Rx: How 50 Inspiring Poems Can Heal and Bring Joy To Your Life. Dr. Rosenthal's research with SAD led him to write "Winter Blues" and two other books on the topic. More recently Rosenthal has written books on the Transcendental Meditation technique ("Transcendence" and "Supermind"), "The Gift of Adversity" and, most recently, "Poetry Rx: How 50 Inspiring Poems Can Heal and Bring Joy To Your Life." Altogether, he has written or co-authored 10 books and published over 200 professional articles. Dr. Rosenthal maintains a clinical and coaching practice in the DC Metropolitan area.
    If you find yourself wondering how reading poetry can be beneficial for your mental health, be sure to listen. Lisa found herself marveling at both the poems and how deeply they affected her. Listening to Dr. Rosenthal's soothing voice as he reads some aloud is a gift in itself.
    Book description:
    "I used to believe that poetry did not “speak” to me, but I now see how wrong I was. I lived for 44 years with a husband, a lyricist, whose beautifully crafted, heartfelt lyrics touched my every fiber and continue to uplift and inspire me a decade after his death. The special beauty of Dr. Rosenthal’s book for me is his discussion of what each poem is saying, what the poet was likely feeling and often how the poems helped him personally, as when he left his birth family in South Africa for a rewarding career in the United States." - Jane Brody, Author & New York Times Columnist

    Poetry to Heal, Inspire and Enjoy

    Poetry Rx presents 50 great poems as seen through the eyes of a renowned psychiatrist and New York Times bestseller. In this book, you will find insights into love, sorrow, ecstasy and everything in between: Love in the moment or for a lifetime; love that is fulfilling or addictive; when to break up and how to survive when someone breaks up with you.

    Separate sections deal with responses to the natural world, and the varieties of human experience (such as hope, reconciliation, leaving home, faith, self-actualization, trauma, anger, and the thrill of discovery). Other sections involve finding your way in the world and the search for meaning, as well as the final stages of life.

    In describing this multitude of human experiences, using vignettes from his work and life, Rosenthal serves as a comforting guide to these poetic works of genius. Through his writing, the workings of the mind, as depicted by these gifted writers speak to us as intimately as our closest friends.

    Rosenthal also delves into the science of mind and brain. Who would have thought, for example, that listening to poetry can cause people to have goosebumps by activating the reward centers of the brain? Yet research shows that to be true.

    And who were these fascinating poets? In a short biosketch that accompanies each poem, Rosenthal draws connections between the poets and their poems that help us understand the enigmatic minds that gave birth to these masterworks. Altogether, a fulfilling and intriguing must-read for anyone interested in poetry, the mind, self-help and genius.


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    Finding a Workout You'll Enjoy So Much That It Won't Feel Like Work!

    Finding a Workout You'll Enjoy So Much That It Won't Feel Like Work!

    Lisa is joined by Lyndsey Fielding, the owner of Fielding FamilyFit, LLC, a woman-owned small business since 2013 and True Worth Fitness, an online community of women since 2017. She is CrossFit Level 1 certified and is head trainer at her 3500 SF facility that provides Group, Personal and Sports Performance Training located in Southeast Houston, TX.
    Lyndsey worked at L.B. Johnson Space Center for 13 years as an Admin and Business Analyst prior to starting her gym. She was driven to help women such as herself find their true worth through health and wellness and has a huge heart to help people fall in love with fitness and educated them through nutrition for sustainable results.
    Lisa and Lyndsey talk about:
    Why exercise and physical activity is important as we age. The benefits to exercise and why is it so important that we find some way to get our bodies moving.
    Why some women struggle with a workout plan or schedule and how can they combat some of those struggles.
    How and why variety matters! Why it's important to try new workouts, plans or classes or even sports.
    In what ways changing up your workout routine spice up your life!
    Why supplements that are an important part of your overall health regimen like Ubiquinol CoQ10.) Look for the KANEKA seal.
    And more!
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    • 46 Min.
    Let That Sh*t Go: Find Peace of Mind and Happiness in Your Everyday with Nina Purewal

    Let That Sh*t Go: Find Peace of Mind and Happiness in Your Everyday with Nina Purewal

    Lisa interviews Nina Purewal about the book she co-authored with Kate Petriw, Let That Sh*t Go: Find Peace of Mind and Happiness in Your Everyday.
    In Nina's words: I am the founder of Pure Minds, a social enterprise focused on wellness, and the bestselling author of Let That Sh*t Go. I spent the majority of my career in sales & marketing. A decade ago I hit a peak point of stress sparked by the corporate grind so I did something drastic - moved to Northern California for a year to unplug and live in an ashram. I wanted to see if there was a way to take ancient wisdom and apply it to modern day stressors - turns out, there is!
    Let That Sh*t Go is filled with over 100 tips on how to find more peace and happiness in your everyday. It’s covers topics like the racing mind, self-smack talk, accepting what we can’t control, shifting our perspective, being true to you, forgiveness and finding your tech zen. It also touches on the power of practising mindfulness and meditation to find your calm.
    We talk about how to cultivate forgiveness in the most horrific situations, how to work through negative thoughts, how to find more peace and happiness in the present moment through mindfulness, how to let that sh*t go and much more.
    This interview brought both Nina and Lisa to tears as Nina shared the life shattering tragedy that happened to her family when she was 16. In order to get the gravity of how amazing Nina is, please listen to this interview.
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    • 41 Min.
    What Modern Science Has to Say About Well-Being & How YOU Can Learn Skills to Improve Yours!

    What Modern Science Has to Say About Well-Being & How YOU Can Learn Skills to Improve Yours!

    After a year of secluding ourselves due to COVID-19, many are getting vaccinated and reconnecting to the world. The free app, Healthy Minds Program, has released a new meditation dedicated to entering a new phase as the world heals and returns to a sense of normalcy. The meditation in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month which was in May is by Dr. Cortland Dahl who joins Lisa to talk about well being, meditation, and the HealthyMinds Program App and more!

    Well-being is a skill - What modern science has to say about well-being and how it can be learned. The most current research suggests that the brain is constantly changing in response to experience. This insight, known in neuroscience as neuroplasticity, suggests that we can train our minds, and even rewire our brains, to be more resilient, more focused, and even to feel more connected with other people and our most deeply held values. Dr. Cortland Dahl and other scientists at the Center for Healthy Minds have developed a new scientific framework that helps us understand how this might actually happen. Their framework focuses on four core pillars of well-being - awareness, connection, insight, and purpose - and shows how in just minutes a day we can strengthen these pillars and improve our well-being.

    Dr. Cortland Dahl is a scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Healthy Minds and the Chief Contemplative Officer at the center’s affiliated non-profit, Healthy Minds Innovations. He has a varied career, which includes nearly a decade spent living in Tibetan refugee settlements in India and Nepal, translating ancient meditation manuals from Tibetan into English, and the founding of a global network of meditation centers. In his work as a scientist, he has been at the forefront of the current research on meditation and well-being, including the creation of a groundbreaking scientific model of well-being recently published in the prestigious Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. He has published numerous other scientific works, as well as twelve books of translations, and leads meditation retreats and workshops on the science of well-being around the world.
    HealthyMinds Innovations (HMI) created this app to help calm your anxiety surrounding everyday personal or professional stresses, including COVID-19. Did you know the mind can be trained to be more focused, calm, and resilient? The HealthyMinds Program App teaches you how to accomplish this through meditation training. It's available for anyone to use as a day-to-day tool navigating life in school, the workplace, or even relationships with friends, family or significant others. In the App you can choose from traditional sitting meditations or active on-the-go meditations when you're walking, taking the subway, or even driving - plus you can choose how much time you have, from 5 - 30 minutes. There are also meditations for dealing with specific stresses like COVID-19, working remotely, or going back to school. The Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and their non-profit, HMI, are both led by Neuroscientist Dr. Richard Davidson. He's spent years researching the science of well being. Dr. Cortland Dahl joined his team and used his PHD thesis to create a framework of four pillars to scientifically train the mind; called ACIP (Awareness, Connection, Insight, Purpose) which the app is centered around. He is also the voice of the app!
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    The Secret Life of Fat with Dr. Sylvia Tara

    The Secret Life of Fat with Dr. Sylvia Tara

    Lisa is joined by Dr. Sylvia Tara who shares secrets about fat! Sylvia Tara holds a PhD in biochemistry from the University of California at San Diego and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She was a consultant with McKinsey and has worked at the world's largest biotechnology companies.
    In this episode, Dr. Tara covers a lot of what is in her amazing book! Here is the book description:
    Fat is not just excess weight, but actually a dynamic, smart, and self-sustaining organ that influences everything from aging and immunity to mood and fertility. With cutting-edge research and riveting case studies—including the story of a girl who had no fat, and that of a young woman who couldn’t stop eating—Dr. Sylvia Tara reveals the surprising science behind our most misunderstood body part and its incredible ability to defend itself. Exploring the unexpected ways viruses, hormones, sleep, and genetics impact fat, Tara uncovers the true secret to losing weight: working with your fat, not against it.
    
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