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The Model Health Show is a fun, entertaining, and enlightening look at health and fitness. No subject is off limits here! World-renown author and nutritionist Shawn Stevenson breaks down complex health issues and makes them easy to understand and overcome. Whether it's weight loss, chronic fatigue, heart disease, diet, exercise, sex, hormones, sleep problems, or countless other health topics, the insights you get here will help you transform your health and live your best life ever.
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TMHS 346: Top 10 Healthy Travel Tips + Science-Based Reasons You Need To Travel More
Hopefully, by now, you have a lot of powerful tools in your superhero utility belt—smart sleep habits, an exercise routine that you love, mindfulness, and a well-rounded diet that supports your goals. But have you ever thought about travel as a way to enrich your overall health and wellness? We know that vacations can be relaxing, but science shows us that traveling actually has many health-affirming benefits. Travel has been associated with lower rates of heart disease, better mental health, and a greater sense of connectedness. That being said, being away from home and out of your regular routine can take its toll on your body in the short-term. Traveling has been shown to negatively impact your immune system, digestion, sleep schedule, and skin. Today you’re going to learn how to be your best self while traveling. This episode is loaded with ten practical tips you can use to support your body while you’re on the road. You’re going to learn about establishing good sleep habits away from home, how to optimize your digestion, and more. These ten habits have helped me immensely, and I hope you will put them to good use as well so you can feel your best while away from home. In this episode you’ll discover: The link between traveling and heart health. How traveling can make your relationships stronger and more satisfying. The truth about airplane air. Why you should always keep a water bottle with you. How jet lag and time changes can affect your microbiome. Examples of resistant starches (and how they can help you while traveling). When to take digestive enzymes. How to support your microbiome when you travel. Why you should set up a sleep sanctuary wherever you go. How melatonin usage can backfire, and when it’s appropriate to use. Ways to avoid constipation while traveling. How the Puborectalis muscle works. Why you should eat two serving of leafy greens every day. How to find healthy meals while you’re away from home. What kyphosis is. How to support your body’s structure after a long flight or drive. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/Model⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Squatty Potty ⇐ Exclusive 15% off the Squatty Potty! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Hydration and Water Masterclass – Episode 73 The Microbiome Solution – With Dr. Robynne Chutkan - Episode 180 Your Body’s Hidden Fat Loss System with Dr. Alan Christianson – Episode 332 The Surprising Connection Between Your Microbiome And Your Lifespan With Guest Dr. Steven Gundry - Episode 336 Improve Your Digestion, Assimilation, and Elimination – Episode 41 Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud  
TMHS 345: The Science Of Stem Cells & How To Eat To Beat Disease – With Guest Dr. William Li
There’s a ton of conflicting information about which foods you should keep off your plate. You name a food, it’s probably been vilified on some corner of the internet. Everything from coconut oil to rice, even entire food groups and macronutrients have been metaphorically hunted with pitchforks and torches. This approach rarely serves anyone. You probably already know that food is medicine, and that what you choose to put on your plate can have incredible implications on your overall health. But instead of taking an extreme fear-based approach toward eliminating foods, what if we instead focused on abundance and expansion? Adding food to your plate that is scientifically proven to prevent disease is a much more logical and sustainable approach. That’s why I think you’re going to love this episode with Dr. William Li. His groundbreaking research has had a positive impact on diseases such as cancer, obesity, and heart disease. In his new book, Eat to Beat Disease, he highlights how what you eat can help aid your body’s natural healing processes. This realistic approach contains tips that anyone can implement, no matter your lifestyle or dietary preferences. So click play, take notes, and use Dr. Li’s insights to add a helping of prevention to your plate! In this episode you’ll discover: Why food is a critical component of disease prevention. How nutrition courses are treated in medical school. What angiogenesis is. How diseases like cancer can hijack the body’s angiogenesis. What science actually says about eating soy products. Surprising health benefits of eating chicken thighs. The fascinating science on how the human body can regenerate. Where most of the stem cells are located inside the human body. The health benefits of eating dark chocolate. How immunotherapy works The role of the bacteria, Akkermansia muciniphila. A list of fermented foods to help your gut bacteria flourish. Why deprivation diets are unsustainable long-term. How secondhand smoke can damage your DNA. What telomeres are, and how to preserve (and lengthen!) them. How to maximize the health benefits of turmeric. The body’s five defense systems. Why Dr. Li calls mangos the “grand slammer of all food.”    The health benefits (and stipulations) of beer and wine. Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! William Li’s TEDEd Talk – Can We Eat to Starve Cancer? Eat to Beat Disease by William Li, MD 5 Tips for a Healthy Liver – Episode 68 Connect with Dr. Li Website/ Facebook/ Twitter/ Instagram * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 344: Real-World Motivation To Remind You Of Your Greatness
No matter how dedicated you are to self-improvement, you’re bound to have a bad day every once in a while. We’re human, and that means sometimes we’re unmotivated, uninspired, or just plain cranky. It’s okay to have a bad moment or a hard day. But what truly matters is your ability to pivot and get back to your baseline of happiness and health. The reason I felt so compelled to share this message is because I’ve recently been in that dark place. No matter what strategies or tools you use to get out of a funk, there’s no denying that listening to inspirational stories can help you channel your motivation. This episode is a compilation of motivating and thought-provoking interviews that you can turn to when you need a mood boost. You’re going to hear eight incredible stories about improving your self-image, finding the lessons throughout hard times, and harnessing your power to create change. I hope you’ll listen intently, find the pieces that resonate with you and revisit them the next time you need to fill your cup. In this episode you’ll discover: My personal inspiration for putting together this compilation. The two factorsthat go into building your subconscious mind. How to proactively change your self-image. Where self-confidence and self-worth come from. How engaging in simple activities can contribute to your confidence. Why your identity is like a thermostat. How reading can help you change your identity. What an expectation hangoveris, and how to overcome it. How to use your difficulties as an opportunity to grow and improve. Why being attached to old stories about yourself can stunt your growth. What it means to truly take responsibility for your life. How to find the balance of loving yourself, while also striving to improve. Why you should consider muting notifications on your devices. How to gauge whether or not a decision is right for you. The importance of writing down your goals. How to make positive decisions for your future self. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! How to Instantly Shift Your Mindset with Bob Proctor – Episode 137 Get Financially Fit & Maxout with Ed Mylett – Episode 282 Eliminate Self Sabotage with Christine Hassler – Episode 273 How to Go from Average to Phenomenal with Eric Thomas – Episode 263 Redefining What It Means to be Fit & Healthy with Lita Lewis – Episode 288 The Truth About Discipline with Bedros Keuilian – Episode 265 How to Deal with Failure with Bedros Keuilian – Episode 309 Gaining Strength from Adversity with Andrea Navedo – Episode 290 Take Control of Your Financial Health with Jemal King – Episode 325 * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 343: The Paradox Of Progress & The Life-Changing Laws Of Emotion - With Guest Mark Manson
Have you ever reached a goal, and then immediately felt unfulfilled or disappointed? Psychologically speaking, this is totally normal. Having big goals gives us a sense of purpose and a reason to look forward to the future. More importantly, striving toward those goals helps us feel connected and hopeful. After becoming a best-selling author and reaching all of his life’s goals at only 29, Mark Mason felt a deep sense of malaise and depression. While that might sound counterintuitive, science says it’s totally normal to feel apathetic and blue after reaching a huge goal. In his new book, Everything is F*cked, Mark dives into the psychology behind achievement, human happiness, and the importance of hope. Mark is on the show today to share his experience, along with the impressive science behind the human mind. You’re going to learn the powerful formula for perpetuating hope, how to hack your brain to create habits that stick, as well as how to truly measure happiness. In this episode you’ll discover: The surprising negative effects of Mark’s success. Why hope is so important for the human mind. What the paradox of progress is. The role of religion in our society. Three things that you need to create hope. Why community is so important for human happiness. The two different types of brains, and how they work. How to create new habits and routines. The link between discipline and self-loathing. How physical activities can actually change your emotional state. A history of lobotomies. The relationship between emotions and the body. How emotional intelligence works. Why old experiences can leave you with a chip on your shoulder. How human happiness works. Items mentioned in this episode include: Easemagnesium.com/model⇐ Get an exclusive 15% off here! Thrivemarket.com/modelhealth⇐ 25% off your entire 1storder + free shipping! Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson Everything is F*cked by Mark Manson Connect with Mark Website/ Twitter/ Instagram * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud  
TMHS 342: Cross-Training Your Nutrition & Getting Honest About The Fitness Industry - With Guest Chalene Johnson
Diet culture is confusing. With modern marketing, social media, and endless diet books, is it any wonder that people are confused about what to eat? The reality is, there is not a one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to diet. Different things work for different folks, and this can even vary throughout different seasons of life. If you’re paleo or vegetarian and that works for you right now, more power to you. But being true to your health means valuing your body more than that label and being open-minded enough to consider that your needs might change one day in the future. Personalizing your nutrition approach (and being flexible!) is key to optimal health. That’s why when I read 131 Method by Chalene Johnson, I knew I had to share it with you. The book doesn’t have a list of good and bad foods. Instead, it’s about honoring your own body, experimenting with your diet, and eating what makes you feel good. You are uniquely you, and your diet should be too. How powerful is that? On today’s show, Chalene returns to the Model Health Show to help you challenge common food perceptions and stop thinking like a dieter. We’ll discuss how to become more metabolically flexible, and how to discover which foods work best with your body. If you’re ready to step away from destructive food habits and thought patterns, I know Chalene’s story will bring you a ton of value, insight, and empowerment. In this episode you’ll discover: Why Chalene begins her new book with an apology. The reason why one-size-fits-all diet approachesdon’t work. How Chalene literally changed her brain health. The importance of giving yourself permission to experiment with food. How marketing has infiltrated into our culture and affected the way we raise our kids. What fast mimickingis and how it works. The difference between fasting and starving. What autophagyis, and why it’s so important for brain health. The importance of setting a clear health objective. How fasting can help you reset your gut and immune system. The most powerful method for identifying food sensitivities. What it means to cross train your diet. How to teach your body to be more metabolically flexible. Why cheating should not be in your food vocabulary. What it means to choose your hard. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/Model⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson 12 Principles to Change Your Brain with Dr. Daniel Amen – Episode 165 Thinking Faster and Better with Jim Kwik – Episode 318 Preorder 131 Method by Chalene Johnson Connect with Chalene Instagram/ Podcast * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 341: 10 Daily Habits That Will Make You Smarter & More Successful
Have you ever heard the statistic that we only use 10% of our brains? That’s not exactly true. While there are certain areas of the brain that perform at a higher level than others, brain imaging has proven that we use the majority of our brains even doing simple tasks like walking and talking. This huge and pervasive myth goes to show that most of us know very little about how our brains actually work. Today, I want to talk about some tangible steps you can take to maximize your ability to learn and comprehend information. You can probably guess that diet and exercise play a role, but we’re also going to cover some interesting data on how things like social interaction and social media can affect your incredible brain. This episode is full of simple habit changes you can implement to maximize your brain’s abilities, as well as the science to back it up. You’re going to learn about how small changes can have a lasting effect. We’re going to cover ten different areas that can help you maximize your brain power, so take full advantage of the tips that resonate most with you. Get ready to take notes, you’re about to learn how to boost your brain power! In this episode you’ll discover: How many servings of greens you should eat daily to protect your brain. The importance of omega 3s, and how animal and plant sources differ. How lifting weights contributes to neuroplasticity. The number one exercise you should do on a daily basis. How the vagus nerve works. Some simple strategies for taking care of your gut health. Examples of resistant starches, and why they’re important for gut health. The health conditions that are associated with low levels of BDNF. A direct correlation between brain size and waist size. How social media can make you feel devalued. The importance of regular sexual activity for cognitive function. How sleep deprivation can diminish your ability to make healthy choices. Tips for getting better sleep on a regular basis. Why your brain needs water. A simple formula for calculating how much water you should be drinking. Why learning and reading can have a huge impact on your brain. Lessons I learned from the distinguished Quincy Jones. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Intellibed.com/modelhealth⇐ Redeem your exclusive discount + free shipping! The Top 10 Ways to Fortify Your Immune System – Episode 321 Eating for Cognitive Power with Dr. Lisa Mosconi – Episode 319 Brain Food by Lisa Mosconi, PhD Cognitive Enhancement Through Exercise with Dr. Wendy Suzuki – Episode 340 The Muscle-Brain Connection – Episode 331 Take Control of Your Financial Health with Jemal King – Episode 325 Stop Brain Shrinkage with Dr. David Perlmutter – Episode 329 The History of Soda – Episode 284 Protect Your Mental Energy with Cal Newport – Episode 276 How Sex Helps You Live a Longer, Healthier Life – Episode 335 The Sleep & Fat Loss Masterclass – Episode 298 Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 340: Cognitive Enhancement Through Exercise & How Your Brain Actually Works - With Guest Dr. Wendy Suzuki
What do you do to maintain the health of your brain? You probably already know about the importance of mental stimulation and problem solving for the health of your brain. But the truth is, our brain is an incredibly complex system that can be affected by many internal and external factors. Protecting your health isn’t as simple as doing a word puzzle—it’s a culmination of all of your daily habits and rituals. Researchers are constantly uncovering new evidence about the interconnectedness of the human body, and the importance of creating healthy habits to protect all systems in the body, including the brain. Among the lifestyle choices you can implement to make a positive impact on your brain health, simple habits like exercise and meditation go a long way. Dr. Wendy Suzuki is an expert in all things neural science and brain plasticity. Her evolving work has spanned from the brain’s ability to retain memory, to how exercise and meditation can improve cognitive ability, and how everyday anxiety can be harnessed for good. On today’s show, Dr. Suzuki is back to discuss brain function, cognitive enhancement, and how you can create routines that help your brain work at maximum capacity. In this episode you’ll discover: How brain plasticity works. The science behind the mood-boosting effects of exercise. How exercise can protect our brains from aging. The power of meditation for the human brain. How to create a ritual around meditation. What cognitive enhancement is. The three major areas of cognitive enhancement. How aerobic exercise can help your hippocampus grow. What BDNF is. The two broad groups of cells in the human brain. How exercise can improve your focus. The effects that walking can have on your mood. How neurons work in the brain. The details of Dr. Suzuki’s exact exercise and meditation routine. How a devastating loss helped Dr. Suzuki uncover her superpower. What intenSati is. Items mentioned in this episode include: Bulletproof Biohacking Conference Onnit.com/Model⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! How to Create a Healthy Brain with Dr. Wendy Suzuki Wendy’s TEDx Talk – Exercise and the Brain Altered Traits by Daniel Goleman Quiet: The Power of Introverts by Susan Cain Healthy Brain, Happy Life by Wendy Suzuki, PhD Good Anxiety Bad Anxiety by Wendy Suzuki, PhD BrainBody The Muscle-Brain Connection – Episode 331 Connect with Dr. Suzuki Website/Facebook/ Twitter Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 339: 4 Hidden Things That Could Be Destroying Your Sleep Quality
Transforming your health on a holistic level means looking beyond the hours tracked at the gym, or how many macros you eat on a daily basis. Sleep is an incredible foundation for your overall health—and it’s one that you must lay the groundwork for on a daily basis. If you’ve read my best-selling book, Sleep Smarter, you already know that making small changes to your habits can pay off tremendously when it comes to getting better sleep and transforming your overall health. But since the book was published in 2016, even more groundbreaking science has been released about how sleep can impact your brain, body, and function. It might seem like changing your sleep habits comes down to simple common sense, but the truth is that there are many factors and habits affecting our sleep quality—some that you might not ever consider being the culprit of a restless night. Today we’re going to discuss four hidden things that might be interfering with your sleep quality behind the scenes. As always, we’ll dig deeply into the science, but you’re also going to walk away with practical tips and tools you can implement to get better sleep. In this episode you’ll discover: How your brain size actually shrinks when you’re sleeping. Why the glymphatic system is so important for your brain’s health. What REM means, and why it’s so crucial for a good night’s rest. The four stages of sleep your brain goes through during a typical night. How MSG can disrupt your sleep cycle and cause you to gain weight. Hidden names for MSG that you should keep an eye out for. The surprising link between MSG consumption and snoring. What adenosine is, and how it works in your body. How to counterbalance late night caffeine consumption. Why you should consider cycling caffeine. The importance of setting a caffeine curfew. How your cell phone effects your delta brain waves. Tips for taking a break from your wi-fi signal. The link between eating more fiber and getting deeper sleep. Why you need to be mindful about sugar before bedtime. The importance of choosing high quality carbohydrates at night. Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Intellibed.com/modelhealth⇐ Redeem your exclusive discount + free shipping! Heal Your Metabolism and Use Fat for Fuel with Dr. Joseph Mercola – Episode 219 The History of Sugar – Episode 222 Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 338: The Truth About Hormonal Birth Control & How To Go Beyond The Pill - With Guest Dr. Jolene Brighten
Because science is always changing, so is what’s considered normal in the healthcare industry. It’s astounding to think about a time when lobotomies were a normal procedure, or when leeches were considered a medical treatment. This is proof that when we know better, we can make more informed choices. Being educated about your options, becoming empowered about your body, and choosing to act as your own advocate can go a long way when it comes to improving your health. This is exactly the message that Dr. Jolene Brighten teaches. She is a pioneer in the women’s health field, and her mission is to help women better understand the role of hormonal birth control and its effects, and how to make the best decisions for their own bodies and lifestyles. This episode is an insightful look into hormones, birth control, and the far-reaching effects of women’s health on our society at large. Dr. Brighten’s experience and knowledge in this area is truly unmatched, and I know you will find useful information in her message. I hope this interview will inspire you to step into your power and take control of your body and your health. In this episode you’ll discover: The statistics of the birth control pill being prescribed solely for symptom management. How the birth control pill actually works. The troubling problem in the medical field with gender bias. How birth control can actually make ovaries age. The role of estrogen and progesterone in the menstrual cycle. Why Dr. Brighten says women have superpowers. Nature’s trick with rising estrogen levels during ovulation. The three phases of the menstrual cycle. The difference between progesterone and progestin. How the liver and estrogen are linked. The role of the microbiome in women’s health. How you can better support your liver. The importance of testosterone in the human body. A surprising connection between birth control and autoimmunity. The three main triggers of autoimmune disease. Why you should have access to regular blood work. What the fertility awareness method is, and how it works. Items mentioned in this episode include: Thrivemarket.com/modelhealth⇐ 25% off your entire 1storder + free shipping! Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Your Body’s Hidden Fat Loss System with Dr. Alan Christianson – Episode 332 Your Microbiome and Your Lifespan with Dr. Steven Gundry – Episode 336 Beyond the Pill by Dr. Jolene Brighten Connect with Dr. Brighten Website/ Instagram/YouTube * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
TMHS 337: The 5 Biggest Smoothie Mistakes
As someone who didn’t like vegetables as a child, smoothies played a huge role in helping me begin consuming quality nutrition and resetting my palate. This is the case for many people—smoothies can be an incredible vehicle for getting in nutrients and starting your day off on the right foot. But not all smoothies are created equal, and it’s important to be mindful of what is going in your blender. If you’re not paying close attention to what you’re putting in your smoothie, it can be easy to overload on calories and sugar, raise your insulin levels, or create a concoction that is totally contradictory to your goals. A health-promoting smoothie contains an essential foundation of fiber, protein, and micronutrients. Most importantly, your smoothie should be tailored to help you on your own unique journey. This episode is all about helping you maximize the health benefits of the amazing smoothie. You’ll learn how to avoid the most common smoothie pitfalls. We’re also going to cover the number one question you should ask yourself before you fire up your blender. Smoothies can be a powerful tool for you to transform your nutrition, and I hope you’ll carry these tips into your routine in order to get the results you want. In this episode you’ll discover: How incorporating smoothies can help you reset your palate. Why drinking smoothies helped me personally in transforming my health. The number one questionyou should ask yourself before making a smoothie. The incredible health benefits of turmeric. How to incorporate superfoodsinto your smoothie. Why consuming too much sugar (even from fruit) can lead to fat creation in the body. The shocking amount of sugar that is found in common store-bought smoothies. Specific examples of resistant starches. How to get the maximum health benefitsof flax and chia seeds. Why your smoothie should contain fiber. How to get more protein in your smoothie. The benefits of whole food protein sources. How to ensure your smoothie will keep you satiated. Why you should drink your smoothie more slowly and mindfully. Items mentioned in this episode include: Intellibed.com/modelhealth⇐ Redeem your exclusive discount + free shipping! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Take Control of Your Financial Health with Jemal King – Episode 325 Secrets to a Healthy Family with Braden Stevenson – Episode 326 The Connection Between Microbiome and Lifespan with Dr. Gundry – Episode 336 Your Body’s Hidden Fat Loss System with Dr. Alan Christianson – Episode 332 The Metabolism Reset Diet by Dr. Alan Christianson The History of Soda – Episode 284 * Download The Transcript Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Model Health Show. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking on the link below. It will help us to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcast Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
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Tim Stinson

this was a great episode!

Mar 14th
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Franz Saint-Fleur

I like this podcast and give it 4 stars. I would give it a 5 star review but there's always 10-15 minutes of commercials at the beginning. I am fully aware that sponsors is a way that he makes his money. And that's perfectly fine but it gets to be too much at the beginning on I'm just trying to listen to the topic. how to podcast put their sponsorship commercials somewhere in the middle or threw out the episode in a way most people don't notice. But Shawn waste 10 to 15 minutes selling you at then star of every episode. I started skipping the first 10 minutes just so I can get the to topic. I suggest everybody does the same and if you're wondering what you're missing out here is the same sponsors that he always talks about. 1. save money by shopping at Thrive Market 2. Buy MCT oil from onit 3. Get some lion's main coffee 4. Go to Eric Thomas event 5. Her a five star review saying how great his podcast is. 6. A story the illustrations why one of the products above helps him in life. AFTER this same spill, he finally gets to the episode.

Mar 14th
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l3inc C

I'm suffering from horrible back pain. I plan to make these changes. I hope this works. I'm not a fan of putting meds into my body with horrible side effects. I will be keeping you posted. thank you so much.

Mar 4th
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Rosalyn Blaylock

Best show ever!

Feb 28th
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Rosalyn Blaylock

Very informative!

Feb 19th
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j.

Learned some things about sex and mattresses I did not know. thank you shawn.

Feb 13th
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Jake Fotheringhame

love this show! is there a source on the reference for liters per second passing through the liver? wondering how it filters more blood than the heart pumps?

Feb 6th
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Rachel Rivera

handsome hemispheres, luscious lobes 😂😂😂

Jan 28th
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Rachel Rivera

316 Great episode! enjoyed listening to the guest speaker.

Jan 19th
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Dee Raffaeli

You can make your own magnesium spray for a lot cheaper than the stuff you buy online or at stores.

Dec 2nd
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Dee Raffaeli

Great clip of previous episodes! Please find other words other than powerful and profound. The over use of these words lessens the meaning of them. Please expand your vocabulary.

Nov 28th
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Dee Raffaeli

Didn't you just interview her this past year?

Oct 12th
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Brendan Condon

this is without a doubt the best episode yet! did not want it to end

Oct 4th
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Dee Raffaeli

I listen to educational podcasts on my phone and keep it close by the fast forward through the very beginning of your podcast because it's nothing but advertising/marketing and customer reviews. Also, use my phone for guided meditations even before I step out of bed. Only notifications I get is to remind myself of my morning workouts and meditation sessions.

Sep 15th
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Ihuoma Okpara

This was really insightful. Thank you Shawn and Noelle ♥

Sep 3rd
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Jane Dreisbach

Shawn's show is the bomb! So informative and you learn stuff that you haven't heard of before in main stream health news. Great, intelligent & enlightening show! Thank you, Shawn! Keep it coming, love your voice too!

Aug 23rd
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Lora Hennity

amazing episode!

Aug 19th
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Whitney Lee

Excellent!

Jul 14th
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Heather Phillips

I am seriously loving your podcast! I'm a clinical exercise physiologist and I feel like I'm at a conference every time I listen to your channel. I am loving all the info you're providing and all the different experts you've had... keep it up!

Jul 12th
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Suzy Schneider

i love it!! addicted!!

Jul 10th
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