EP 63: Prioritizing your health with Esther Blum
Your mind and body will react depending on how you take care of yourself. When you reach your golden age, your body will begin to develop conditions in response to your lifestyle.
Women often disregard their health until it’s too late, and that should not be the case at all. Taking care of yourself should be top priority. Some find excuses to sidetrack their health, citing reasons of financial strain, asking for permission from their partner, or a busy household. But, it’s best to listen to your body when it’s trying to tell you something.
In this episode, Integrative Dietitian and High Performance Coach Esther Blum explains why your health matters and how taking good care of yourself can leave a positive affect on your overall well being.
Make yourself a priority today as Esther discusses the importance of having your body tested and checked for conditions that need immediate medical attention. As well as the best alternatives to dietary supplements and tips on how to have a healthy mind and body!
- Esther talks about her paternal grandfather who was an ears, nose, and throat surgeon
- What is a mind-body connection
- Esther discusses evidence-based medicine
- Finding the courage to fix your health
- The value in drinking celery juice
- The importance of dietary supplements and balanced diet
More about Esther
Esther Blum is an Integrative Dietitian and High Performance Coach. She has helped thousands of women permanently lose weight, eliminate the need for medication, lose stubborn belly fat, and reverse chronic illness. Esther teaches her clients how to get clear and decisive about what to eat while healing their relationship with food and their bodies.
Esther is the bestselling author of Cavewomen Don’t Get Fat, Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous, Secrets of Gorgeous, and The Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous Project. She currently maintains a busy virtual practice where she provides 360 degrees of healing with physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual support. Esther believes that diet and supplements are the foundation to healing, but treating the whole person is paramount.
Esther lives in CT with her family where she can be seen cooking up a storm, going for long hikes, and blasting 80’s music by the fire pit.
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