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Hosted by Lisa Bilyeu, co-founder of the billion dollar company Quest Nutrition and President of Impact Theory, this show features women who have overcome incredible hardship to achieve massive success. Our mission is to empower you and all women to recognize that you really can become the hero of your own life. Welcome to Women of Impact.

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Hosted by Lisa Bilyeu, co-founder of the billion dollar company Quest Nutrition and President of Impact Theory, this show features women who have overcome incredible hardship to achieve massive success. Our mission is to empower you and all women to recognize that you really can become the hero of your own life. Welcome to Women of Impact.

    Alisa Vitti on Women's Health Expert Debunks the Worst Myths About Hormones | Women of Impact

    Alisa Vitti on Women's Health Expert Debunks the Worst Myths About Hormones | Women of Impact

    Too much of the advice in the fitness, diet and self-help field is based on research that ignores reproductive-age women, their hormonal cycles and their natural rhythms. Functional nutritionist and women’s hormonal health expert Alisa Vitti intends to end that imbalance by promoting concepts, practices and bio-hacking methods developed by and for women. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Alisa Vitti explains exactly how women can get in tune with and benefit from their hormonal cycles. She also talks about why much of the health advice aimed at men is actually damaging to women, discusses in detail the unappreciated but critically important infradian rhythm, explains why PMS is absolutely not inevitable, and even suggests some ideas that could significantly increase your sexual pleasure.
    This episode is brought to you by:
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    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Why are women getting sicker? Why are women left out of so much research? [3:49]
    Women in their reproductive years have a second biological rhythm, the infradian rhythm [5:48]
    Your infradian rhythm impacts six key systems in your body [6:56]
    Men organize their lives around the circadian rhythm, which matters to women too, but... [8:00]
    Lisa and Alisa discuss the need for women to organize around the infradian rhythm [10:08]
    PMS is not inevitable. Alisa explains how to avoid it. [13:35]
    Alisa explains what happens if you disrupt your infradian rhythm too much [16:41]
    Women should not necessarily follow the same schedule every day [20:31]
    Alisa discusses the negative internal dialogue that women often struggle with [22:24]
    Alisa explains how it’s counterproductive for women to train the same way every day [23:56]
    Intermittent fasting and keto diets are harmful for many women [26:42]
    You should listen to your body, when health experts disagree [27:52]
    Women’s brain chemistry changes by 25% over the course of the month [28:55]
    Alisa explains how the infradian rhythm balances out a woman’s life [34:34]
    You may need extra self-care during different phases of your infradian rhythm [35:13]
    How to listen to your body and respond to it [37:47]
    You don’t need to be perfect in order to get started [40:00]
    Sexual pleasure is different throughout the different infradian phases [41:05]
    Lisa and Alisa discuss owning your own sexuality and its effect on confidence [43:24]
    Alisa shares her superpower [46:35]
     
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    • 49 min
    Show Up For Yourself | Dear Diary

    Show Up For Yourself | Dear Diary

    Host Lisa Bilyeu (@LisaBilyeu) shares her thoughts on the quote "It's not your job to like me. It's mine". 
     
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    Dr. Ellen Vora on No Shame, No Judgment: How to Deal with Depression and Anxiety| Women of Impact

    Dr. Ellen Vora on No Shame, No Judgment: How to Deal with Depression and Anxiety| Women of Impact

    Given that 1 out of 6 Americans are taking some sort of psychiatric drug, it’s probably time to let go of the stigma surrounding mental illness. And it might also be a good time to question whether giving people drugs is always the best go-to solution for mental health. Dr. Ellen Vora, a functional medicine practitioner and holistic psychiatrist, is one of the leaders of a movement that aims to treat the whole person, and to stop using drugs as a first resort. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Ellen Vora discusses how to find the real source of your suffering, what to do if you are too much of a people pleaser, the connection between gut health and brain health, and ways to encourage yourself to make better lifestyle choices.
    This episode is brought to you by: 
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    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Why is the placebo effect so powerful, and does it last? [4:30]
    Sometimes the benefit of psychiatric drugs is that they lead people to therapy [6:12]
    Ellen talks about the first steps you should take if you are depressed [7:04]
    Some people are rebels, and do the opposite of what their therapist asks [10:07]
    Other people are obligers, and try too hard to please other people [11:01]
    Ellen discusses learning to value your true yes and your true no [12:32]
    Ellen describes ways to learn how to respond to situations that trigger you [14:35]
    Humor and an attitude of gentleness and patience is really helpful [16:08]
    How to get unstuck [17:18]
    How do you find where the real source of your suffering is? [18:06]
    Ellen discusses the connection between gut health and brain health [19:39]
    Depression can be seen as a bad adaptation of a good behavior [22:16]
    Ellen details ways to encourage yourself to make good lifestyle choices [23:49]
    What to do if you are too much of a perfectionist about your diet [28:45]
    How to deal with social situations that can’t accommodate your dietary needs [33:02]
    Ellen advocates having compassion for the people who trained you to feel shame [35:26]
    Ellen discusses her own miscarriage and eliminating the shame around miscarriages [39:29]
    How to deal with a miscarriage [43:02]
    Lack of community is our modern epidemic [46:17]
    You can refuse to tolerate bad behavior without judging the person [47:45]
    Ellen shares her superpower [50:55]
     
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    WEBSITE: https://ellenvora.com
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    • 56 min
    How To Be More Confident | Dear Diary

    How To Be More Confident | Dear Diary

    Host Lisa Bilyeu (@LisaBilyeu) reads a recent instagram with her top tips for developing confidence.
     
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    Tom Bilyeu on What it Actually Takes to Have a Happy Relationship | Women of Impact

    Tom Bilyeu on What it Actually Takes to Have a Happy Relationship | Women of Impact

    What does it take to make a marriage work? On this episode of Women of Impact, Lisa Bilyeu invites the person she most trusts to offer insight into that question--her husband of 17 years, Tom Bilyeu. And if nothing else, he’s certainly the only person she could reasonably ask to discuss his most embarrassing relationship stories. Over the course of the episode Tom and Lisa share their history and talk about how to build trust, why you need to keep your sex life alive forever, the extent to which you can influence your partner, and how to deal with changing roles in the relationship.
     
    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Why you have to choose the right person to be with in the first place [3:28]
    Your personalities can be different, but your values need to be quite similar [6:08]
    Tom discusses how easy it was to have differences when he wasn’t giving anything up [7:37]
    “I don’t even know who I am without you.” [13:24]
    To what extent can you change, manipulate or influence your partner? [14:13]
    You should never weaponize your knowledge of your partner [16:57]
    Lisa and Tom discuss the importance of defining words clearly [20:04]
    Tom talks about defining roles in a relationship [20:58]
    At first it was incredibly hard for Lisa to admit that she had outgrown being a housewife [25:04]
    Tom tells the story of how Lisa’s changing role affected him [27:20]
    Lisa and Tom discuss loving each phase of the relationship for what it is [32:36]
    You will always find other people attractive [35:19]
    Never take anything for granted, and keep your sex life alive forever [37:33]
    “Don’t make me feel bad for asking, and I won’t make you feel bad for saying no.” [41:48]
    Tom shares the story of how he and Lisa learned to not test each other or drop hints [43:02]
     
    FOLLOW TOM:
     
    WEBSITE: https://impacttheory.com
    INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2UBHWjM 
    FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2UMIFPj 
    TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2SgF7TN 

    • 48 min
    Seek Purpose | Dear Diary

    Seek Purpose | Dear Diary

    Host Lisa Bilyeu (@LisaBilyeu) reads a recent instagram about finding purpose in her career.
     
    Follow Lisa on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2PjcS28
     
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