Jillian talks with us about how shift our thinking to avoid overeating.
Jillian breaks down natural alternatives to weight-loss drugs.
Jillian talks the facts and numbers about Ozempic, the side effects, and why it's not the cure-all it claims to be.
Talking legacy. What will you leave to this world? And do you really need to leave anything? Plus, Dr. Charan Ranganath is on to help us understand why do we forget, why do we remember, the profoundness of deja vu, and why music can transport us.
Finding Dr. Ranganath:
IG: Charan Ranganath (@thememorydoc)
Jillian breaks down organic vs non-organic food and which food groups are more important to distinguish than others.
Jillian breaks down if it's better to eat before or after a workout and what sort of eating scheduling is best for you.
Have you ever heard of a “sleep under?” Kids will shudder with this one. And when it comes to nutrition, why is it so hard to trust all the info? Dr. Layne Norton is on the show to help guide us through the onslaught of opinions.
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Jillian discusses how much you should be hitting the gym.
Jillian reviews the top things to avoid if you want to keep the fat off.
Jillian gets herself in a real pickle, and it ain’t pickle ball. Plus, have you ever been described like this? She’s difficult, she’s a bitch, she’s too intense. The amazing documentarian Robin Hauser is on to tackle this one. As well as asking the question: Are you able to take a look at your bias?
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Well, how was your Dry January? Taking a look at success. And Jillian swims with sharks, not the ones in suits but the real ones, with fins. Plus, our guest this week, the wonderful Janey Lee Grace, former BBC presenter, life coach, sober coach and host of very popular “Alcohol Free Life" podcast.
With a master’s degree in exercise science, Joe Friel was a marathoner, triathlete, best-selling author, and now - world renown training coach. He wrote 17 books on training, the most notable being The Triathlete’s Training Bible. In this episode, learn how anyone can become a better athlete quickly and safely; how to start triathlon training if you are a total newbie to fitness; top tips on intensity, recovery, and training volume for advanced athletes. Plus, the truth on carb loading,...
Dr. Sue Varma began her career as the first medical director and attending psychiatrist to the World Trade Center Mental Health Program at NYU Langone, helping survivors overcome trauma and PTSD. She then began using her methods to help people overcome the negative mindset, feelings, and emotions that come from trauma and loss. In this episode, she gives us her top three things to beat pessimism. Learn how to shed a victim mentality, boost oxytocin, manage anger and agitation effectively, and...
Dr. William Li, physician, scientist and bestselling author of Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself and Eat to Beat Your Diet: Burn Fat, Heal Your Metabolism, and Live Longer is on to explain why we gain weight and whether genetics play a role. What types of body fat are good, and which are bad? How can we fix the damage excess body fat causes to our endocrine system and microbiome? Dr Li does a deep dive on the future of obesity drugs and all the dangerous...
It’s a new year and Jillian is here to tell you all about the trends that are coming, the ones that are going and, most importantly, which trends to embrace and which ones to avoid. Get up to speed on everything from workouts and supplements to fitness and health influencers. Find out all about Jillian’s mental fitness challenge for 2024 and how to join in! And last - but never least - a few fave things to keep you warm and entertained for the remainder of the winter!
This week, Jillian is prepping us to get/stay fit in 2024 with the latest in fitness trends! Do you have a bucket list, and if not, why not?! Then, have you ever wondered which eggs to buy - cage free or pasture raised? Organic eggs or omega-3 enhanced eggs? Jillian goes over what all the claims mean and how to buy the most nutritious eggs from the happiest hens. Last, tales from a food desert - Jillian breaks down how to stay healthy when you are forced to eat fast food! Yup, it’s all...
Dr. Uma Naidoo, nutritional psychiatrist, chef, and bestselling author of the new book, Calm Your Mind With Food, is giving usa revolutionary, full-body approach to treat ADHD, focus, PTSD, OCD, and more. She outlines the worst offending foods and added ingredients that exacerbate anxiety and depression, as well as the most powerful foods and nutrients to optimize focus, contentment, and calm. Plus, top foods to boost libido!
Today’s guest is Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson, a New York Times bestselling author and cognitive scientist specializing in the connection between mental health and weight loss. In this episode, Dr. Thompson outlines how to beat food addiction - the only addiction that is both a substance AND behavioral addiction - overcome psychological eating, and reverse leptin resistance for lasting weight loss.
Her new book, ON THIS BRIGHT DAY: A Year of Reflections for Lasting Food...
Former NASA Astronaut and Columbia University engineering professor, Mike Massimino, Ph.D. joins Jillian this week. Mike was rejected from NASA’s space program four times before getting in and is now considered one of the most accomplished astronauts in history. He teaches us how to beat rejection, achieve any goal, and use fear as your greatest tool. Plus, he expands on what’s next for humans in space, UAPs / UFO’s, billionaires in space, and so much more!
Mooonshot: A NASA...
Nicolas Jammet, co-founder and Chief Concept Officer of sweetgreen started a salad bar in college with his two buddies because they didn't like the school cafeteria. Now they're millionaires. In this episode, we look at how to make healthy food sexy, and how they built that into a billion-dollar business. And most importantly, how we can change the future of fast food so it saves lives instead of taking them.
Completely heal your brain and rewrite your inner thoughts with Dr. Daniel Amen, a Double Board Certified Psychiatrist and Child Psychiatrist and 12-time New York Times bestselling author. In this episode of Keeping It Real, Dr. Amen identifies what we can do to heal our brain and the things that damage our brains the most - from environmental toxins, sugar, alcohol, caffeine, blood flow, genetics, infection and more. No important factor is left unexplored. He explains brain chemistry and why...
Sasha DiGuilian, world champion free-climber and author of the new book, Take the Lead: Hanging On, Letting Go, and Conquering Life’s Hardest Climbs joins Jillian to share her top strategies for overcoming fear, building resilience, managing setbacks, and coming out on top in a male dominated industry, against all odds.
The book: Take the Lead: Hanging On, Letting Go, and Conquering Life’s Hardest Climbs
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Veteran wellness journalist and author joins Jillian to help us level-up our health, relationships, and career with the simplest science-backed life hacks. From finding love, combating anxiety and depression, and getting your well deserved promotion - Liz gives us all the most effective action steps.
The Liz Moody Podcast, on all podcast streaming platforms
IG and TikTok: @LizMoody
Buy the book at 100WaysToChangeYourLife.com
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Calley Means graduated from Stanford undergrad and Harvard Business School, and went on to lobby American politicians on behalf of big food and big pharmaceutical companies. Now he is exposing the incentives for this toxic duo of Big Food and Big Pharmaceutical to keep us fatter, sicker, and more depressed, in addition to the corrupt practices they engage in to do it -- from intimidating our senators and buying off our doctors with “consulting fees,” to paying off civil rights groups and...
Dr. Sanjay Juneja joins Jillian to explain what cancer is (or rather, what makes your cells “go rogue”) - from viruses and their variants like HPV and cervical cancer, mononucleosis, and Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, to things that “invite” cancer like smoking, drinking, poor sleep, working night shifts and more. Then, we discuss top strategies to reduce cancer risk, like cultivating a diverse microbiome, managing insulin levels, hormone balance, etc. Dr Juneja explains which scans and screenings we...