In today’s episode we talk with Dr. Sarah Ballantyne about some of the myths surrounding intermittent fasting. Then we talk with Tina Bernet Allen about aging and how much of it we actually have control over.
Intermittent Fasting: Truths and Myths with Dr. Sarah Ballantyne
Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, Ph.D. (a.k.a. The Paleo Mom) is the creator of the award-winning blog www.ThePaleoMom.com, cohost of the top-rated and syndicated The Paleo View podcast, and New York Times Bestselling author of four books. We love speaking with her about diet and nutrition trends because she always brings us the truth. Today we speak with her about intermittent fasting, and some of the myths that are surrounding it. There are so many factors that influence the efficacy of intermittent fasting, and for some people and their lifestyles it simply shouldn’t be done.
One of the big myths is between men and women. We are very different, physiologically. Women have a menstrual cycle, and this really interferes with the way out bodies work. Dr. Ballantyne sheds some light on how intermittent fasting should be done, and what some of the things are to keep in mind before deciding to start fasting.
Aging: How Much Can we Control?
Aging is inevitable. We are all getting older every day, every hour, every minute. We all know this, but many of us struggle with accepting that process. So what can we do to control aging? Tina Bernet Allen is a top personal trainer in the DFW area with 30 years of experience. She talks with us today about some things we can do to keep us healthy throughout the different phases of life. Our inward health does turn into our outward health, so obviously diet plays a huge role in the way we age and our overall physical health. Tina gives us some tips on nutrition, exercise, supplementing, stress management, and self-awareness. You don’t want to miss this segment.