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Welcome to the Sisterhood of S.W.E.A.T where we will approach the difficult topics of life, have inspiring guests, and bring empowerment to all. This community is a place where we can be who we are instead of who others want us to be.

Jun 24, 2022

On this week's Let it Rip Friday, we're sharing an episode from the Sisters of Fitness, on overcoming, and so much more.

Jun 22, 2022

Are you interested in overcoming your fear?  Have you been struggling with your purpose? Today, I talk with Kute Blackman. Kute Blackson is the author of the national bestselling book You.Are.The.One. and is widely considered the next generation leader in the field of personal development. A charismatic visionary and transformational teacher, Kute Blackson offers a fresh, bold look at spiritual awareness for a whole new generation. Kute’s unique lineage lay the foundation for his approach to breaking down barriers and setting the gifts and greatness of others free. During the conversation, Kute shares his personal story of ignoring his truth in order to please others, and we dig into why we need to prevent fear from holding us back. Kute shares his advice on how surrender can help us find our real purpose, and why we need to be true to who we are.

Questions I asked:

  • How did you become who you are today?
  • How do you live your truth?
  • Why does pain teach us lessons?
  • Can you tell us about your new book?
  • How can surrender help us?
  • Do we choose our dreams?
  • How can we make space in our life for new things?
  • How do we let go of what’s not serving us?
  • What can we do to love ourselves?
  • What if someone calls your dreams crazy?
  • How do we trust the path we’re placed on?
  • Where can people find you and your book online?

Topics Discussed:

  • Empowerment
  • True Surrender.
  • Finding your passion.
  • Overcoming fear.
  • Embracing your truth.
  • Mindset shift.
  • Embrace pain.
  • Letting go of what doesn't serve you.

Quotes from the show:

  • “If you betray yourself, the love from others isn’t fulfilling.” @kuteblackson @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We allow fear to prevent us from being who we truly are." @kuteblackson @SisterhoodSweat
  • “If we can begin by starting to tell the truth to ourselves.” @kuteblackson @SisterhoodSweat
  • “From a young age, I was very empathetic, I wanted to help people.” @kuteblackson @SisterhoodSweat
  • “There is no transformation without truth.” @kuteblackson @SisterhoodSweat

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Jun 17, 2022

This week on Let It Rip Friday, we're discussing the bounce back!

Jun 15, 2022

Are you interested in a healthier lifestyle?  Have you been struggling to age gracefully? Today, I talk with Dustin Baker. Dustin is the President of BioProtein Technology and the creator of BioPro+. With years of experience working intimately with some of the world's most elite professional athletes, trusted physicians, and even international private security/military personnel his passion remains the same, to help individuals maximize their physiological and cognitive potential safely. Since his 20s Dustin has been instrumental in the product design and brand development for natural products in the professional athletics, fitness, and medical supply categories. We discuss human growth hormones (HGH) and how they work with the body, and how men and women respond to them. We also discuss how HGH has been portrayed, and the real benefits that someone can get from it.

Questions I asked:

  • Tell us how you got into this industry?
  • Why do we need supplements?
  • What is human growth hormone (HGH)?
  • When do we lose natural HGH?
  • What can HGH do for your body?
  • Do you provide HGH in your supplement?
  • How does your supplement help build muscle?
  • Are there side effects to your HGH alternative?
  • How does insulin resistance play into this?
  • What’s one of your favorite success stories?
  • How does this supplement help joint pain and inflammation?
  • How does cortisol relate to this?
  • Do you have an offer for our listeners?
  • Where can people find you online?

Topics Discussed:

  • Health
  • Mindset
  • Human Growth Hormone.
  • Listening to your body.
  • Aging gracefully.
  • Building muscle.

Quotes from the show:

  • “A good friend said to me, why don’t you come to the gym with me, and that was the start of everything.” @BioProteinTech @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Why not stop the clock right where you’re at now?” @BioProteinTech @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We travel the country working with physicians and educating them on the products.” @BioProteinTech @SisterhoodSweat
  • “When the benefits outweigh the risks, I’m all for supplementation.” @BioProteinTech @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We don’t give you HGH, we give you the end result.” @BioProteinTech @SisterhoodSweat

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Jun 10, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, I'm sharing an episode that I did with my friends Kelley Tyan, and Kate McKay!

Jun 8, 2022

Are you interested in a healthier lifestyle?  Have you been struggling to age gracefully? Today, I talk with Wendie Trubow, M.D., MBA. She is a functional medicine gynecologist with a thriving practice at Five Journeys and is passionate about helping women optimize their health and lives. Through her struggles with mold and metal toxicity, Celiac disease, and other health issues, Trubow has developed a deep sense of compassion and expertise for what her patients are facing. We discuss her detoxification journey and her advice for anyone trying to do the same. Wendie also shares the tricks to age gracefully and enjoy your life at any age. She also shares why she wrote her book, and how we can learn to listen to our bodies.

 

Questions I asked:

  • How did you come up with the title for your book?
  • What is an example of a toxin that people come in contact with every day?
  • What are the symptoms of lead in your body?
  • Tell us about heavy metals, and how can we detox from them?
  • How do you know if you have mercury in your body?
  • What tests do we need to do to find out what toxins we have?
  • What can people do to help themselves with mold exposure?
  • Do you need to buy all your products organic? Or can you get away with others?
  • Can you discuss the argument about how organic food is too expensive?
  • Did detoxing help your brain fog?
  • Why would you want to go to a functional medicine doctor for toxicity?
  • How do we step back from some toxins like caffeine and alcohol?
  • What would you classify leaky gut as?
  • How long does it take to heal a leaky gut, and how can we do it?
  • How does stress relate to issues in the body?
  • Can you tell us about your book and a freebie for the audience?

 

Topics Discussed:

Health.

Mindset.

Managing stress.

Toxicity.

Listening to your body.

Aging gracefully.

Mold.

Lead.

Mercury.

Organic food.

Leaky gut.

 

Quotes from the show:

  • “Anything you’re putting on or in your body, and it’s not organic. You’re absorbing those toxins.” @5JourneysHealth @SisterhoodSweat
  • “If you’re under 60 and you have bone loss, then you should be checked for lead.” @5JourneysHealth @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Toxins go into our bones, and into our fat, so it causes trouble with weight loss.” @5JourneysHealth @SisterhoodSweat
  • “When we do a removal, we focus on binding the toxin and boosting the liver.” @5JourneysHealth @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Go get tested for toxins, so you know what you’re treating.” @5JourneysHealth @SisterhoodSweat

 

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Jun 3, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, we're discussing the fact that sometimes you really do need to dial your dreams up a notch.

Jun 1, 2022

Are you interested in changing your habits?  Have you been struggling to figure out what path to take? Today, I talk with Karen Maxwell. Kinisi Performance was founded by Karen "Kmax" Maxwell, Senior Master Instructor and Director of Training at CycleBar, the premier name in indoor cycling. Kmax oversees over 2000 instructors worldwide while teaching multiple classes a week, giving her a unique perspective on the fitness landscape and culture. Kinisi is a reflection of that perspective, offering products that support and represent the SweatLife. We discuss being vulnerable, and why owning who you are is the most impactful thing you can do. Karen also shares the importance of not getting up comparing yourself to others and taking some time to make sure you know what you really want in life.

Questions I asked:

  • How did you become the director of training at CycleBar?
  • What made the difference for CycleBar to survive COVID?
  • Why is connection so important?
  • How do you deal with comparison and owning who we are?
  • Why are influencers online not the reality for most people?
  • Why is it important to be vulnerable to connect with people?
  • How does storytelling impact us?
  • Why is there no such thing as a timeline you need to follow?
  • How do you let your children have room to make their own decisions?
  • How does being fit and strong inside and out empower you?
  • Why is it important to have your energy in the right place?
  • Can you tell us where to find you, and what your business is?

Topics Discussed:

  • Health.
  • Mindset.
  • Managing stress.
  • Finding your passion.
  • Vulnerability.
  • Group Fitness
  • Coaching.
  • Comparison.
  • Connection.

Quotes from the show:

  • “I’m tired of people telling me NO, I’m a YES girl.” Karen Maxwell @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We need connection and interaction and human to human exchange.” Karen Maxwell @SisterhoodSweat
  • “I didn’t figure out my passion until my 30s, and I was seeing other people doing it sooner.” Karen Maxwell @SisterhoodSweat
  • “It takes work to be able to avoid comparison.” Karen Maxwell @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Life is too short to let comparisons drag you down.” Karen Maxwell @SisterhoodSweat

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May 27, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, I'm sharing an episode that I did with my friends Kelley Tyan, and Kate McKay!

May 25, 2022

Are you interested in eating healthy?  Have you been struggling to figure out your diet? Today, I talk with Risa Groux. She is a Functional Nutritionist and Certified Autoimmune Coach in private practice in Newport Beach, California. She has always been passionate about nutrition and good health. We discuss how the body is completely interconnected, and how we have to treat it. Risa discusses the importance of detoxing your liver, and adrenal fatigue. We even cover the top six most popular diets and their benefits and downsides. We cover so much in a short time.

Questions I asked:

  • Can you tell us about your autoimmune disease?
  • How did it bring you to where you are now?
  • What natural steps did you take to heal your thyroid?
  • How do we know how much iodine we should be taking, or should we get it from food?
  • How do you think functional nutritionists differ from regular nutritionists?
  • Why is it important to detox our liver?
  • What are the 5 reasons people don’t lose weight?
  • Can you tell us the benefits and drawbacks of the most popular diets?
  • How is gut health related to arthritis?
  • What is the main way to get rid of Cebo?
  • Why is keto possibly good for menopausal women?
  • What are the signs of adrenal fatigue, and what are the solutions?
  • How does adrenal fatigue affect your thyroid?
  • Can you tell us what nightshade vegetables are and what signs are there that you’re bothered by them?
  • How can we boost our immune system?
  • What supplements do you recommend for optimal health?
  • Where can people find you online?

Topics Discussed:

  • Autoimmune disease.
  • Mindset.
  • Managing stress.
  • Healing.
  • Detoxing.
  • Weight loss.
  • Hashimoto's disease.
  • Thyroid issues.
  • Looking at root causes.
  • Sleep habits.
  • Different diets.

Quotes from the show:

  • “There are several parasites that can be the root cause of Hashimoto's disease.” @RisaGroux @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Functional Nutritionists are very different from registered dietitians.” @RisaGroux @SisterhoodSweat
  • “I’m always looking at the root causes.” @RisaGroux @SisterhoodSweat
  • “It’s important that the liver is working properly.” @RisaGroux @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Detoxing is not starvation. You need fiber to detox.” @RisaGroux @SisterhoodSweat

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May 20, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, I'm sharing an episode that I did with my friends Kelley Tyan, and Kate McKay!

May 18, 2022

Are you interested in eating healthy?  Have you been struggling with emotional eating? Today, I talk with Tricia Nelson. Tricia Nelson is an internationally acclaimed author, transformational TEDx speaker, and Emotional Eating Expert. She has been featured on dozens of radio and television networks, including FOX, NBC, CBS, KTLA, and Discovery Health. Tricia has successfully helped thousands of people heal their relationship with food. We discuss the hidden causes of emotional eating, as well as the reasons people overeat and struggle with food. We talk about how to manage your stress before you step into the kitchen and so much more.

Questions I asked:

  • How did you start helping people heal their hunger?
  • What are people hungry for?
  • What is the PEP test?
  • How do we manage our stress?
  • How do we deal with wanting to escape their life?
  • How do you deal with food addiction?
  • How can we work on obsessive thoughts and emotional eating?
  • How can we get out of our cycle?
  • Why do you think 98% of diets fail?
  • What is the difference between physical and emotional hunger?
  • What are the 3 hidden causes of emotional eating?
  • How can we heal from emotional eating?
  • What’s your #1 tip for managing stress before you get to kitchen?
  • Where can people find you online?

Topics Discussed:

  • Hidden causes of emotional eating
  • Mindset
  • Managing stress.
  • Addiction
  • Food triggers.
  • Weight loss.
  • Taking action.

Quotes from the show:

  • “What broke my pattern was learning I was an emotional eater.” @triciagnelson @SisterhoodSweat
  • “It’s hard to be with people when you worry that they are judging you.” @triciagnelson @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We’ve been running from our emotions for a long time.” @triciagnelson @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Obsessive thinking about anything is a part of the addictive behavior.” @triciagnelson @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We need support from other women because you make faster progress.” @triciagnelson @SisterhoodSweat

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May 13, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, we discuss that sometimes the path you're meant to be on is lonely. Keep going.

May 11, 2022

Are you interested in empowerment?  Have you been struggling with feeling fulfilled? In this episode, we discuss anxiety, overwhelm, procrastination and so much more. Today, I talk with Amy Natalie. Amy Natalie is an empowerment coach and embodiment guide for conscious women, spiritual seekers, and feminine leaders. She has inspired thousands of women around the world with her work, which centered on empowering women to embody their feminine energy, follow their soul calling, and show up as their most fully expressed selves. She supports women to overcome their limiting beliefs and fear-based patterns in life, business, and relationships so that they can rise to greater levels of love, abundance, and fulfillment. We discuss her journey of self-discovery and how she works with women now. We discuss the journey for fulfillment, the struggle for empowerment, and the search for purpose.

Questions I asked:

  • Can you share what your journey of self-discovery looked like?
  • Why do we need to be in alignment with who we truly are?
  • Why do we need to stop worrying about achieving and more about who we should be?
  • What does authentic freedom look like?
  • What do you think surrender truly means?
  • How do we shift out of masculine energy?
  • Who can I invite into my vision to help me?
  • Why is being in a sisterhood like medicine?
  • How can we call in the sisters in our community?
  • What do you have for the audience today?
  • How can people find you online?

Topics Discussed:

  • Sisterhood
  • Mindset
  • Spirituality
  • Healing 
  • Authenticity
  • Fulfillment
  • Letting go.
  • Intuition
  • Taking action.

Quotes from the show:

  • “I had read about this concept of surrender when we’re at rock bottom” Amy Natalie @SisterhoodSweat
  • “I had to go beyond that negative self-talk and be in exploration.” Amy Natalie @SisterhoodSweat
  • “My favorite journaling practice is writing about your future like it’s already happened.” Amy Natalie @SisterhoodSweat
  • “When you speak about something as if it happened, you’re training your subconscious mind to see it’s possible.” Amy Natalie @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We’re in a society that is addicted to achievement and success.” Amy Natalie @SisterhoodSweat

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May 6, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, we're discussing the importance of getting started.

May 4, 2022

Are you interested in being more fulfilled?  Have you been struggling with your mindset? In this episode, we discuss anxiety, overwhelm, procrastination and so much more. Today, I talk with Adele Spraggon. She is an award-winning author, a thought leader, and an international speaker and trainer. She has been awarded the 2020, Woman of Inspiration Award, and in 2021, she was recognized as the Top Behavioral Expert of the Year. Her book Shift: 4 Steps to Personal Empowerment has won three awards and is sweeping the globe, transforming how people are setting and achieving their goals. Today she supports thousands globally to achieve extraordinary levels of happiness, peace of mind, prosperity, goal-achievement, and life-fulfillment. We discuss the science of our brains and understand why we do things or don’t do things in our lives. We’re ditching labels that we place on ourselves and moving into a more fulfilling life.

Questions I asked:

  • How did you get into this industry?
  • Let’s say we keep placing 2nd instead of 1st, how do you help someone?
  • Why did you keep quitting?
  • How did you change that pattern?
  • What are some tips you give for resetting a pattern?
  • How long does it take to change a pattern?
  • How does our brain make decisions on our behalf?
  • How do we get someone from A to Z to achieve their goals?
  • Why should we give ourselves validation?
  • How do you break a pattern of people-pleasing?
  • What is the root cause of overwhelm and procrastination?
  • Why is it not about the task, but about the feeling we’re avoiding?
  • If I don’t cancel things, where does that come from?
  • How does working with brain patterns differ from other self-development methods?
  • What pattern is overthinking attributed to?
  • What have you personally found the most eye-opening for you?
  • What’s a success story from someone you helped?
  • What are two tips that you can leave with audience?
  • How can people connect with you?

Topics Discussed:

  • Self-Sabotage.
  • Mindset
  • Your inner critic.
  • Brain science.
  • Pattern setting.
  • Changing patterns.

Quotes from the show:

  • “How can I remove that pattern that is placing me second?” @AdeleSpraggon @SisterhoodSweat
  • “You are not responsible for the action the pattern is taking.” @AdeleSpraggon @SisterhoodSweat
  • “The decision you make is actually taken by your brain before you’re aware of it.” @AdeleSpraggon @SisterhoodSweat
  • “You need to know what you want in life and where you want to go.” @AdeleSpraggon @SisterhoodSweat
  • “When you have a habit, that is a pattern.” @AdeleSpraggon @SisterhoodSweat

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Apr 29, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, Linda shares an interview that was done on her friend, Kate McKay's podcast.

Apr 27, 2022

Are you interested in getting your gut healthy?  Have you been struggling with taking care of your body?  In this episode, we discuss the fact that our body is a temple, and we need to take care of it. Today, I talk with Steve Q. Wiltshire. Steve has made fitness, health & mindset a priority for 3 decades! Shortly after winning the Mr. Oregon Body Building Competition, Steve developed an autoimmune disease that originated from a serious gut complication that almost ruined his health. Most everything Steve learned from experts, radical meal plans, and harsh chemicals in supplements compromised his gut health. 18 months after being diagnosed, Steve healed himself by following the philosophy and wellness practices taught by the Hypocrites Institute in Southern Florida.  Through Steve’s journey, he has developed a process that has led him to assist thousands of people on how to reclaim their health & power! Steve is a Keynote Speaker, Author, Mindset Coach, and the founder of Body Temple Health & Wellness. Today, Steve generously shares his exact process on his detox process that restored his health, his quick tips for getting healthier, and so much more.

Questions I asked:

  • Tell everyone how it didn’t happen by accident.
  • Can you tell us your story about bodybuilding and what happened to you?
  • How can we step into this new way of eating you are talking about?
  • Why do you say the gut is the mind of the body?
  • How do you know yourself?
  • Why are mindset and vision so important?
  • How can you recognize the past beliefs you have?
  • How did Body Temple come about?
  • What is your Detox plan about?
  • What are your supplements like?
  • What is your why, and why are you doing all this?

Topics Discussed:

  • Self-Sabotage.
  • Gut Health
  • Spirituality.
  • Your inner critic.
  • Sweating.
  • Clearing your body of toxins.
  • Loving your body.
  • Knowing yourself.
  • Mindset.

Quotes from the show:

  • “I don’t feel like I’m in my 50s, I have so much more energy than in my 20s.” Steve Wiltshire @SisterhoodSweat
  • “If you think you can’t lose weight, go green.” Steve Wiltshire @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Sweat every day. Internally, externally, or both.” Steve Wiltshire @SisterhoodSweat
  • “90% of what you do is green.” Steve Wiltshire @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Supplements are what made me sick, I didn’t realize there were stimulants in them.” Steve Wiltshire @SisterhoodSweat
  • “My passion is to help people get healthy.” Steve Wiltshire @SisterhoodSweat

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Apr 22, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, we're discussing why you have to step back to step up.

Apr 20, 2022

Are you interested in setting better boundaries?  Have you been struggling with people-pleasing?  In this episode, we talk about how we can all live a life we love. Today, I talk with Susie Pettit. Susie has been helping women live lives they love for over 10 years. She is the host of the podcast Love Your Life Show and owner of the Wellness Company Strength: Mind & Body, LLC. She teaches firsthand about setting healthy boundaries, beating your inner critic, conscious parenting, and how to use mindfulness-based tools to beat overwhelm and anxiety. This is a powerful episode for anyone who struggles with what other people want from them.

Questions I asked:

  • How did you get started on this journey?
  • How did you notice your struggles with people-pleasing and leave it behind?
  • Why do we need to understand our reasoning for our co-dependency and other actions?
  • How do our expectations go into co-dependency and boundaries?
  • Why is it important to just start where you are?
  • What are the roots of co-dependency?
  • What’s the name of your podcast?
  • How do we avoid caring what other people think?
  • Why is it so important to detach from our thoughts?
  • How can we stop judging ourselves?
  • Why do we benefit from just saying no?
  • Tell everyone where they can find you online, and your Warrior group?

Topics Discussed:

  • People Pleasing.
  • Boundary Setting.
  • Loving Life.
  • Co-Dependency.
  • External validation.
  • Self-Esteem.
  • Healing from Trauma.
  • Interdependency
  • Your inner critic.

Quotes from the show:

  • “Just because we’re thinking it, doesn’t mean it’s true.” @SusieBarolo @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Breaking the habit of people-pleasing starts with little steps.” @SusieBarolo @SisterhoodSweat
  • “I’m going to take my needs as a priority.” @SusieBarolo @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We need to ask for what we want.” @SusieBarolo @SisterhoodSweat
  • “When you’re struggling, you need to lead on your support community.” @SusieBarolo @SisterhoodSweat

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Apr 15, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, we're discussing why you should buy your haters roses.

Apr 13, 2022

Are you interested in embracing yourself flaws and all?  Have you been worried about menopause? In this episode, I talk to Bree Argetsinger, aka The Betty Rocker. She is an internationally known health and fitness coach, innovative entrepreneur, and motivator of self-growth. Over 3 million people have taken her free 30-day "Make Fat Cry" home workout challenge, and thousands of women enjoy success in her online home workout studio Rock Your Life. She incorporates a strong holistic focus on body balancing, self-kindness and alignment into her work, thanks to her background as a hands-on structural alignment practitioner and her training in the CHEK corrective, high-performance exercise kinesiologist program. We discuss the 4 Pillars of Health, as well as Bree’s personal journey of health, fitness and education. We also talk about being flawsome, and why we need to aim to rock your life, not just your body.

Questions I asked:

  • Can you tell us how you got the name Betty Rocker?
  • What was your journey into the fitness and wellness space?
  • Why is the thoughts of body image so important?
  • Why is our need for acceptance and approval so detrimental?
  • What does it mean to be flawsome?
  • How can we turn the corner in negative self-talk?
  • What are the four pillars of health?
  • How have you dealt with your process through menopause?
  • What about adding hormones to your body?
  • How do you deal with doctors who don’t listen?
  • Why do you say it’s all or something, instead of all or nothing?
  • Why do you talk about Rock Your Life, not Rock Your Body?
  • What is the freebie you have for listeners?
  • Where can people reach you online?

Topics Discussed:

  • Weight loss.
  • Fear of Aging.
  • Weight gain during menopause
  • How to deal with perimenopause.
  • How to find the nutrition that works for you.
  • Importance of education.
  • Practical health tips.
  • Functional wellness.

Quotes from the show:

  • “Over time with my own struggles I understood the need for education.” @thebettyrocker @SisterhoodSweat
  • “I don’t try to maintain the most lean body year after year.” @thebettyrocker @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We’re selling ourselves short with an unrealistic view of how we should look.” @thebettyrocker @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Life is always going to present you with challenges, but you’re the creator of your own life.” @thebettyrocker @SisterhoodSweat
  • “You don’t have to live with the crushing weight of people’s expectations. You’re in control.” @thebettyrocker @SisterhoodSweat

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Apr 8, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip, we're sharing an interview that Linda had with Susie Carder on her podcast!

Apr 6, 2022

Are you interested in your sexual health?  Have you been worried about menopause?  Today, we dive into learning more about our sexual health, as well as the impacts of pre, post, and menopause. We discuss the M word, and how we can stop being afraid of aging, and embrace a healthier, happier life no matter what stage of life we’re in. In this episode, I talk to Dr. Anna Cabeca, DO, OBGYN, FACOG. She has served 10,000+ women in her private practice— and millions more through her books, online videos, and articles - for 20+ years. She joins us to discuss her own struggle in menopause, how the Keto diet plays a role in menopause, and how you can breeze through menopause into your “second spring”, feeling the best you ever have.

 

Questions I asked:

  • Can you tell us how you became The Girlfriend Doctor?
  • What would you say to someone who is putting on weight in their belly?
  • What is in the Mighty Maca?
  • Does Maca help boost your estrogen?
  • What can we do about menopause brain fog?
  • What do you tell women about sleep and managing stress?
  • Why are adaptogens good for taking during menopause?
  • How can fasting help you prevent storing fat in your middle?
  • Can you tell us about ketogenic diet?
  • What can we look forward to in your new book?
  • Is there hope for post menopause weight gain?
  • What would you like to tell women about strength training?
  • What do you do for women in menopause?
  • Where can everyone find you online?

 

Topics Discussed:

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  • Fear of Aging.
  • Weight gain during menopause
  • How to deal with perimenopause.
  • How to find the nutrition that works for you.
  • Embracing healthy menopause.
  • Finding ways to balance your hormones.

 

Quotes from the show:

  • “Your body becomes less resilient if we let it.” @annacabeca @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Menopause is inevitable, but suffering is optional.” @annacabeca @SisterhoodSweat
  • “You have to counteract the effects of stress on your body.” @annacabeca @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Our morning routine is a key to success for anti-aging.” @annacabeca @SisterhoodSweat
  • “If you want to have a good day, it starts with good sleep.” @annacabeca @SisterhoodSweat

 

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Mar 31, 2022

On this week's Let It Rip Friday, we're discussing the importance of living your dreams.

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