The Model Health Show: Nutrition | Exercise | Fitness | Health | Lifestyle
About This Show
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. The Model Health Show is brought to you by RareGem Productions.
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TMHS 210: 4 Reasons You’re Tired All The Time (And What To Do About It!)
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Working as a clinician for many years, one of the most common questions I would get is, “What can I take for more energy?”. It was always a tough question because I knew I’d just be treating a symptom by giving them energizing natural supplements like maca, cordyceps, and ginseng. Sure, it’s better that they didn’t ask a drug dealer the same question. In the immortal words of Rick James, “Cocaine is a helluva drug…” But, I didn’t want them to see me like a natural pill-pusher, and get them hooked on something just to get them by, either. So, I dedicated myself to helping them get to the root of their energy problems. And today you’ll learn the very best of what I came up with. In this episode you'll discover: How my struggle with chronic fatigue began. A potent superherb that’s clinically proven to improve insulin sensitivity. What going to the gym is compensating for. How you’re able to literally charge up your cells like a battery. The surprising amount of energy the human body can generate. Simple strategies to get in more nutritious movement throughout the day. Why you can still wake up exhausted after 7 to 8 hours of sleep. What sleep architecture is. How many total sleep cycles you need for optimal energy. What happens in your brain during sleep. The 2 major things that can disrupt your sleep cycles. Key nutrient deficiencies that cause fatigue and sleep problems. The #1 mineral that supports human energy production. How dehydration impacts energy (and how much water you really need!). Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off EASE ⇐ Get an exclusive 15% off here! Why All Movement Matters - With Guest Katy Bowman How To Create A Winning Culture - With Guest Dr. Eric Thomas Juice Mi Sleep Smarter
Rated 5 out of
Ha! Now that's IMMERSION!
The first time I heard Shawn's voice was after listening to him on the Art of Charm. I am one of the many women who listen to their show for sound advice, and a better understanding of men's thoughts. Shawn, at that time was speaking on sleep. I followed each of his tips from that podcast that very night. To the point where I drove to the mall after work in Rush Hour Traffic in California to get black-out curtains... Immersion. That's all I could say.
My sleep since listening to that podcast has been great. But when I fixed one thing that was out of balance in my life, I started to realize there were other places I want to go deeper in to as well. I wanted to be healthy. But more than anything I wanted to be "whole"istically healthy -- Mind, Body, Soul...and yes, SLEEP!
I have listened to most of the episodes, and I enjoy them all. I can listen to as many as two to three a day while working away. This allows my mind to process something beautiful and fulfilling while working at a job that I enjoy instead of the same ten songs on the radio. I get to learn and empower myself and earn a dollar in my 24 hours.
I enjoyed getting the information on juice detoxing. I have been wanting to carry it out the right way and ensure that I understood how it was effecting my body, the pros and cons, and the real benefits. I knew I would lose weight, which is my goal, but I didn't want that to be the purpose of this. I wanted to flush my body of toxins and ultimately coming to a place of clarity both mentally and emotionally. For five days, I listened my way through podcasts galore. And on the fifth day, I soaked in the tub, meditating, and began journaling about a book idea I am interested in pursuing after my thesis. It's funny how immersing yourself into information that is so good for you can make you feel amazing and open your senses to the truth. Wish me luck!
P.S. My goal is to one day bring that book to your show. I would love to know to what you, Jade, and your listeners think of the piece.
Date published: 2016-01-23