Are you done with dieting, but still want to lose weight? You've come to the right place. In the Done with Dieting podcast, we'll explore all things health related. Specifically food, moving, stress and sleep management, our bodies, and how we think about those things.
Learn what really drives us to overeat or make poor food choices, and how to create healthy habits that make you look and feel good at the same time.
Often, we think that we can only be happy once we lose the weight. But what if we have it all backwards? What if when we learn to accept ourselves as enough, appreciate our bodies or learn how to create happiness, that weight loss becomes the cherry on top?
Visit https://elizabethsherman.com/habits to download the 8 Basic Habits that Healthy People Do Guide & Checklist to start your journey focusing on the basics of good health Today!
Elizabeth Sherman is a Certified through the American Council on Exercise as a Health Coach and Personal Trainer, Precision Nutrition Certified Level 1 & Level 2, and the Life Coach School as a Life & Weight Loss Coach
Have you ever self-sabotaged? It could be how you view yourself.
Our identity has a major influence on our health and well-being.
If we identify as athletes, for example, we are more likely to prioritize physical activity and healthy eating. On the other hand, if we identify as workaholics, we may prioritize our careers over our health and engage in behaviors that are detrimental to our well-being.
By understanding how our identity shapes our health habits and behaviors, we can make more intentional and positive choices for our overall well-being.
To cultivate a healthy identity, it can be helpful to reflect on our values, seek out role models who embody the healthy identity we aspire to, and practice self-compassion and self-affirmation. By making a concerted effort to align our identity with our health goals, we can improve our physical, mental, and emotional well-being and live our best lives.
Get full show notes and more information here: https://elizabethsherman.com/podcast/107
We take pictures when we want to capture something amazing that’s happening.
But often, the act of taking a picture takes us out of experiencing what it is that we are trying to preserve.
In this podcast, I’m sharing a new technique that I’ve been using to become more present, aware, and mindful - which is leading me to generate more happiness in my life because this method is allowing me to call up memories, sensations, and feelings when I desire them.
Have you ever wanted to be more present? In this podcast, I’m introducing you to the idea of imprinting, and how you can do it so that you can create more joy in your life
Healing Trauma with Denita Bremer
Since the pandemic, we’ve been hearing a lot about trauma. It can feel confusing because for many of us, we were raised by parents who didn’t believe that they had the luxury of being able to deal with it. As a result, many of us were told that we ‘should get over it’ or that we needed to grow a thicker skin. That we were being too sensitive.
In this podcast, I’ve invited Denita Bremer to talk about how to identify and heal trauma, so that you can live the life that you desire, and have a better relationship with yourself and others.
About Denita Bremer
Denita Bremer is an intuitive trauma coach, helping women process emotions on a deep level. She draws upon several tools in her coaching, including mindset, knowledge of the nervous system, intuition and spiritual tools, and most importantly, the relationship between her and her client. Denita loves living near Denver, Colorado with her family.
In this episode, I’m sharing how you can use sleep routines to create better sleep that’s deeper and more restful, more consistent sleep, and that can allow you to use the hours that you sleep as a way to get a jump on your day - setting you up for success.
Following the strategies that I’m teaching in this podcast episode, you’ll start your day with purpose instead of trying to play catch up - which then allows you to feel more in control and that you are running your life instead of your life running you.
How I Apply the Work I Do
On the podcast, and in coaching with my clients, I talk a lot about concepts, tools, and how to use them - sometimes in theoretical situations, or in practical ones that we’ve all encountered.
Some of the concepts and tools overlap, and I think it can be difficult to put it all together. In this episode, I’m sharing my real life with you & how I use and apply the tools I teach.
Two Cornerstone Habits for Weight Loss
Do you have weight loss on your mind for 2023 but can’t stand the thought of doing another cleanse or diet?
No worries. I gotchu.
In this episode, I’m introducing you to 2 cornerstone habits that I use within my work with my clients that, if you do these habits, you will be successful - no weird or restrictive diets, or intense exercise programming required.
These techniques are simple. But don’t be fooled; they’re super impactful.
So many a-has!
Love this podcast, it’s tips are not only practical but things you wouldn’t necessarily think of…or get other places! Elizabeth has really helped me with my sugar cravings! ❤️
Love the variety
Love this podcast because Elizabeth Sherman can identify with what I am going through on this food and weight journey, and there’s always helpful advice in a variety of health areas—my favorite episode wasn’t even about food, but it was the episode that focused on sleep!
Such a great podcast.