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I’m so excited to welcome Brigid Titgemeier to the podcast. Brigid is a registered dietitian who  is Board-certified in integrative and functional nutrition. She was a founding dietitian at the Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Functional Medicine, co-created a graduate level integrative and functional nutrition course at Case Western Reserve University, where she teaches as an adjunct instructor, and has personally helped thousands of people—herself included, as you’ll hear in the episode—transform their health with food. On this episode, we talk about:   why you’re so tired all the time + an exact plan to get your energy back  3 things you should do on a daily basis for blood sugar balance what functional medicine actually means and how to find a functional doctor  the one step everyone should take before taking a food sensitivity test  why low carb diets can actually be harmful for metabolic health  the one food every single person should remove from their diet  what mitochondria are + exactly how to support mitochondrial health  the shocking, most effective way to change the microbiome composition (but don’t try it at home)  the 3 best foods to eat for microbiome health an exact food & lifestyle plan for fighting inflammation  the #1 food group you should prioritize if you have a hormone imbalance  the #1 thing you should do for low libido  what to eat + the best workout for every phase in your cycle  why you always wake up hungry at night + what to do about it how much protein we REALLY need + protein powder recommendations  how to lose weight in a healthy way the science behind how calories work in your body + how much they actually matter and so much more We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and Brigid @beingbrigid on Instagram.  To enter the giveaway to receive a 45 minute 1:1 session with Brigid or get a free copy of her blood sugar recipe bundle, comment on my most recent post mentioning something you loved or learned from the episode, and follow me @lizmoody and Brigid @beingbrigid on Instagram.  To join the Healthier Together Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthiertogetherpodcast. This is the post to enter the Vitamix giveaway. You can also text or email a friend a link to an episode and why you think they’d like it, then screenshot and send to: giveaway@lizmoody.com. This episode is sponsored by Cymbiotika. Get 15% off using code LIZ at cymbiotika.com.  This episode is sponsored by AG1 by Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/healthiertogether and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today.  This episode is sponsored by Pique. Get 5% off plus a free blooming teas pouch complete with premium Pique samples when you purchase 2 or more cartons from piquetea.com/LIZMOODY and use code LIZMOODY.  This episode is sponsored by Ava Jane’s Kitchen Colima Sea Salt. Go to HealthierTogetherSalt.com to get your first bag of Colima Sea Salt for free.  Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I’m excited to welcome John Kim, AKA The Angry Therapist, to the podcast. John is a licensed marriage and family therapist, best-selling author, podcast host, and creator who pulls back the curtain on his own life to share real relationship tips with the world. John has racked up over 750,000 followers on social media sharing his honest advice with the world, where he often uses situations with his own partner to share important lessons, and his newest book, It’s Not Me, It’s You, which he co-wrote with his partner Vanessa, shows the perspective of both sides of their relationship to analyze and untangle the common and frustrating barriers many individuals face on the road to a happy, loving, and rewarding partnership. On this episode, we talk about: red and green flags to look for in relationship partners exactly how to identify your toxic tendencies in a relationship  the one thing that holds every relationship back + how to get past it  how to identify your needs and what to do if your partner isn’t meeting them  the first step to crushing feelings of resentment in your relationship  exactly what to do to bring the passion back into a relationship  why people pick toxic partners (and exactly how to stop) step-by-step instructions for giving your partner uncomfortable feedback  the thing you should be doing twice a day for a more satisfying relationship (it’s not sex!) what to do if your partner doesn’t share the same interests or values as you how to set boundaries with your partners’ family and friends  and so much more  We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and John @theangrytherapist on Instagram.  To join the Healthier Together Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthiertogetherpodcast. This is the post to enter the Vitamix giveaway. You can also text or email a friend a link to an episode and why you think they’d like it, then screenshot and send to: giveaway@lizmoody.com. This episode is sponsored by Paleovalley. Head over to paleovalley.com and use the code LIZM for 15% off. This episode is sponsored by Olive and June. If you want to try Olive and June for yourself and have mani’s that last over a week, visit oliveandjune.com/HEALTHIER20 for 20% off your first Mani System!  This episode is sponsored by LMNT. Go to DrinkLMNT.com/Liz a to get a free LMNT sample pack with any order.   This episode is sponsored by AG1 by Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/healthiertogether and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today.  Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I am so excited to welcome Dr. Lucia Aronica as today’s guest. Dr. Aronica is a lecturer at Stanford University whose research investigates how diet, genetics, and epigenetics interact with each other to impact our health and longevity, and how to use that information to design personalized lifestyle interventions. She is an acclaimed speaker and serves as an advisor for companies active in the personal genomics and precision health field. She has also published research papers in top-ranked peer-reviewed journals such as Cell, Genes and Development, and the EMBO Journal. On this episode we talk about: how our genes are impacted by our everyday choices what it means to have “cancer causing genes” and why it’s different than you might think the top 2 environmental toxins to avoid to protect your DNA exactly what to do to start reversing genetic markers (+ the number of years it takes to reverse markers from smoking, eating less well, and more) the specific foods to add to your diet to turn on your cellular defense mechanisms exactly which foods have the most epigenetic benefits how to prepare foods you’re already eating to maximize their epigenetic benefits how different diets impact our gene expression the lifestyle choices that have the best and worst impacts on our gene expression the impact of childhood trauma on your genes + exactly how to reverse it if genetic testing is really worth it or a waste of time what pregnant people can do to positively impact their offspring’s epigenetics and so much more We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and Lucia @drluciaaronica on Instagram. To join the Healthier Together Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthiertogetherpodcast. This is the post to enter the Vitamix giveaway. You can also text or email a friend a link to an episode and why you think they’d like it, then screenshot and send to: giveaway@lizmoody.com. This episode is sponsored by Seed. You can get 15% off your first month’s supply of Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic by going to https://seed.com/daily-synbiotic and using the code LIZMOODY. This episode is sponsored by Thrive Market. Go to thrivemarket.com/healthiertogether to join Thrive Market today and get $80 in free groceries. This episode is sponsored by MUD/WTR. Go to mudwtr.com/lizm and use code LIZM for 15% off your order. This episode is sponsored by Dry Farm Wines. Go to dryfarmwines.com/healthiertogether to receive an extra bottle in your first box for just one penny when you sign up for a subscription. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I am so excited to welcome Dr. Marisa G. Franco as today’s guest. Marisa is a professor, psychologist, and author of a new book, Platonic: How the Science of Attachment Can Help You Make—and Keep—Friends, which just came out this week. She’s been featured in media outlets like Good Morning America, The Today Show, The New York Times, and NPR and has spent her career studying the science and research behind friendship. On this episode we talk about: why it’s so hard to make friends as an adult the best trick for turning work friends into real friends simple tricks to make people like you more the best places to make new friends how to make friends outside of your own race, age, or socioeconomic background the single rule that will change how you approach making friends the best friend dates exactly how to have the conversations that deepen friendships (without feeling like you’re making all the effort) how to turn acquaintances into close friends how to make a BEST friend what to do if you feel like you keep getting rejected by potential friends the biggest green flags and red flags to look for when choosing new friends what to do when your friends have babies, get married, or otherwise enter different life phases low-hanging fruit for maintaining existing friendships with as little effort as possible how to makes friends with people who uplevel your life why it tends to be harder for men to make close friends (and how to help them!) how to make friends when you don’t vibe with any of the people who live by you We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and Marisa @drmarisagfranco on Instagram. To join the Healthier Together Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthiertogetherpodcast or to fill out the form to join a podcast club in your city, fill out the form here https://forms.gle/GXXvwjPKVyeKXeqg9. This episode is sponsored by Thrive Market. Go to thrivemarket.com/healthiertogether to join Thrive Market today and get $80 in free groceries. This episode is sponsored by Seed. You can get 15% off your first month’s supply of Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic by going to seed.com/daily-synbiotic and using the code LIZMOODY. This episode is sponsored by Paleovalley. Head over to paleovalley.com and use the code LIZM for 15% off. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I am so excited to welcome Catherine Price as today’s guest on the podcast. Catherine is a speaker, consultant, and award-winning science journalist whose articles and essays have been featured in The New York Times, Oprah Magazine, The Best American Science Writing, and more. She’s the author of several books, including The Power of Fun: How To Feel Alive Again and How to Break Up With Your Phone. Catherine is also the founder of ScreenLifeBalance.com, a resource hub dedicated to helping people create more intentional relationships with technology and reconnect with what really matters to them in life. Her TED Talk, Why Having Fun Is The Secret To A Healthier Life, highlights her research on fun and has been viewed over one million times. On this episode we talk about: the physical health benefits of having fun the negative impacts of loneliness on a cellular level (and exactly how to combat them) the biggest impediments to fun and how to avoid them why our phones are so addictive and the number one way to break that addiction low hanging fruit for having fun what to do if you don’t know how to have fun or what’s fun for you what to do if you don’t think you have time to prioritize fun right now how to start a delights practice to bring more joy and connection to your life the 3 components of “true fun” the number one thing everyone does that’s limiting our enjoyment how exactly our dopamine triggers can hurt us & how to beat it how to deal with “fun-killers” in your circle and find actually fun friends a key mindset shift to adopt to become a fun magnet the role of alcohol in having fun We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and Catherine @_catherineprice on Instagram. Visit www.screenlifebalance.com to sign up for Catherine’s newsletter and check out her courses and TED Talk. To join the Healthier Together Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthiertogetherpodcast or to fill out the form to join a podcast club in your city, fill out the form here https://forms.gle/GXXvwjPKVyeKXeqg9. This episode is sponsored by Dry Farm Wines. Go to dryfarmwines.com/healthiertogether to receive an extra bottle in your first box for just one penny when you sign up for a subscription. This episode is sponsored by MUD/WTR. Go to mudwtr.com/lizm and use code LIZM for 15% off your order. You can find my friend Vanessa Marin’s amazing show, Pillow Talk, here! And listen to her on Healthier Together here. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
Welcome to the third episode of our brand new series, where on the last Monday of every single month, you’ll get a super chatty, fun advice episode. I’ll be joined by a new special guest every month and this month I am so excited to welcome Amy Chang to the podcast. On this episode, we talk about: how to have kids and not have it ruin your life a life-changing exercise to guide how you on how to make big life decisions how to stop being jealous in relationships why everyone should go to couples therapy which viral hair hacks actually work the two things you should never do if you want healthy, luscious hair the one product that actually helps thinning hair why being busy might actually be a good thing for your productivity the easiest way to actually stick to your daily skin care routine how to get your partner on board with healthy lifestyle choices We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and Amy @bondenavant on Instagram. To join the Healthier Together Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthiertogetherpodcast or to fill out the form to join a podcast club in your city, fill out the form here https://forms.gle/GXXvwjPKVyeKXeqg9. This episode is sponsored by MUD/WTR. Go to mudwtr.com/lizm and use code LIZM for 15% off your order. This episode is sponsored by Dry Farm Wines. Go to dryfarmwines.com/healthiertogether to receive an extra bottle in your first box for just one penny when you sign up for a subscription. You can find my friend Vanessa Marin’s amazing show, Pillow Talk, here! And listen to her on Healthier Together here. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I am so excited to welcome two of my friends, Catherine Perez and Jamie Milne, to the podcast. These two women are incredibly talented and knowledgeable creators online — you probably know them by @plantbasedrd and @everything_delish on social media, who have racked up thousands and thousands of followers by sharing their healthy eating secrets with the world. Catherine is a registered dietitian nutritionist who uses her platform to share nutrition tips, plant-based recipes, and health advice, and Jamie is a teacher turned recipe creator who has created tons of viral recipes that not only look great, but are great for you. On this episode, we talk about: when you should see an RD and exactly what an RD can help with the best quick weeknight dinner ideas spices that will uplevel the flavor and health benefits of your cooking a genius hack for adding plant-based protein and creaminess to stovetop recipes a simple trick for making sure healthy foods are actually getting into your diet easy ways to add protein on a plant-based diet one easy thing you can start doing today to make your diet healthier tips for managing imposter syndrome and anxiety as a creator hacks for going viral and how to beat the algorithm the best ways to save money on healthy food actionable steps you can take today to start growing a social media account We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody, Catherine @plantbasedrd, and Jamie @everything_delish on Instagram. To join the Healthier Together Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthiertogetherpodcast or to fill out the form to join a podcast club in your city, fill out the form here https://forms.gle/GXXvwjPKVyeKXeqg9 This episode is sponsored by AG1 by Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/healthiertogether and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today. This episode is sponsored by Paleovalley. Head over to paleovalley.com and use the code LIZM for 15% off. This episode is sponsored by Dry Farm Wines. Go to dryfarmwines.com/healthiertogether to receive an extra bottle in your first box for just one penny when you sign up for a subscription. This episode is sponsored by LMNT. Go to DrinkLMNT.com/Liz a to get a free LMNT sample pack with any order. You can find Organic Olivia’s amazing podcast, What’s The Juice, here! And if you want to hear my episode, you can find that here!
I’m so excited to welcome my friend Olivia Amitrano to the podcast. Olivia, whom you might know as Organic Olivia, is an herbalist, entrepreneur, and writer whose mission is to bridge the gap between the gifts of Western medicine and the wisdom of traditional herbalism. She completed a clinical herbal program at Arbor Vitae School of Traditional Herbalism in New York and later launched her wildly successful brand, Organic Olivia. Olivia also has a podcast called What’s The Juice where she shares even more about herbal medicine, learning, growing, and healing. On this episode, we talk about: how being CEO of your family will change your life game-changing hair health & growth hacks her best hacks for managing stress in a busy life pragmatic tips for dealing with grief caffeine-free ways to boost energy what Traditional Chinese Medicine is and how exactly it works the connection between hormone and gut issues a TCM plan for treating the root cause of a lot of gut issues the daily drink that will transform your overall health how to follow a TCM circadian clock to maximize your energy the one change that will make your periods WAY more comfortable a one week plan to address burnout the surprising change that eliminates sugar cravings super tactical advice for starting and growing a business what microbiome modulating herbs are, and how to use them to transform your gut health We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and Olivia @organicolivia on Instagram. To enter the giveaway, make sure you’re following @lizmoody and @shoporganicolivia on Instagram, and then comment on my most recent post what you loved or learned in this episode—the post doesn’t have to be about the episode, just mention Olivia so I know what you’re entering!! To hear more from Olivia, you can find her amazing podcast, What’s The Juice, here! And if you want to hear my episode, you can find that here! To join the Healthier Together Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthiertogetherpodcast or to fill out the form to join a podcast club in your city, fill out the form here https://forms.gle/GXXvwjPKVyeKXeqg9 This episode is sponsored by Organic Olivia. Visit organicolivia.com and use code MOODY10 for 10% off your first order. This episode is sponsored by Olive and June. If you want to try Olive and June for yourself and have mani’s that last over a week, visit oliveandjune.com/HEALTHIER20 for 20% off your first Mani System! This episode is sponsored by Dry Farm Wines. Go to dryfarmwines.com/healthiertogether to receive an extra bottle in your first box for just one penny when you sign up for a subscription. This episode is sponsored by Modern Fertility. Get $20 off your fertility test when you go to modernfertility.com/together. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
It’s my birthday episode! To celebrate, I’m sharing 36 things I’ve learned in 36 years. Episodes referenced throughout the episode include: Lesson #1 – How To Hack Your Blood Sugar For Energy, Weight Loss, Hormone Balance, Glowing Skin & More with the Glucose Goddess Lesson #2 – The Secret to Getting in Shape, Sleeping Better, Saving Money, And Being More Confident and Productive with Dr. Katy Milkman Lesson #3 – How To Have No Regrets When You Die with Mega Best-Selling Author Daniel Pink Lesson #4 – Ramit Sethi Answers YOUR Money Questions Lesson #7 – How To Hack Your Focus & Pay More Attention To The Things That Matter with Neuroscientist Dr. Amishi Jha Lesson #8 – What to Eat For Longevity, Inflammation, Cancer Prevention, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes, & More with Dr. William Li Lesson #9 – How To Hack Your Dopamine To Stop Reaching For Your Phone And Experience More Pleasure In Everyday Life with Dr. Anna Lembke Lesson #10 – How to Eliminate Jealousy, Build Self Love, And Feel More Satisfied With Your Life TODAY, Eliminate Limiting Beliefs, Cultivate World-Class Communication, and Create Success in Work & Life Lesson #12 – Ask The Doctor: Debunking Skin Care Myths with Dr. Whitney Bowe Lesson #14 – Busting Myths About Aging: Live Longer and Feel Better with Dr. Becca Levy Lesson #21 – Ask The Doctor: Debunking Skin Care Myths with Dr. Whitney Bowe Lesson #26 – Food & Lifestyle Hacks To Beat Depression, Anxiety, Insomnia, Brain Fog and more with Dr. Drew Ramsey, The Future of Gut Health with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz Lesson #27 – How To Hack Your Focus & Pay More Attention To The Things That Matter with Neuroscientist Dr. Amishi Jha Lesson #28 – How To Use Neuroscience To Eliminate Anxiety with Dr. Wendy Suzuki, Jamie Varon ep, Move Through Trauma, Easily Make Tough Decisions, & Hack Your Vagus Nerve For Instant Calm with Britt Frank Lesson #29 – Ask the Doctor: Dental Health Edition with Mark Burhenne, DDS, How To Optimize Your Gut Microbiome To Heal Your Whole Body with Ara Katz Lesson #32 – Move Through Trauma, Easily Make Tough Decisions, & Hack Your Vagus Nerve For Instant Calm with Britt Frank This episode is sponsored by Seed. You can get 20% off your first month’s supply of Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic by going to https://seed.com/daily-synbiotic and using the code LIZMOODY20. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I am so excited to welcome Victoria Song to the podcast. Victoria is a leadership advisor to successful founders and CEOs of the fastest growing technology companies, and to celebrities, artists, scientists, and more building their legacies through her online courses and one-on-one advisory programs. She began her career as a venture capitalist and studied at Yale University and Harvard Business School. Victoria has been featured on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list and authored the Wall Street Journal best seller, Bending Reality: How to Make the Impossible Probable, which teaches how to unlock the hidden power within your body to get what you want. On this episode, we talk about: 2 genius tips for aspiring entrepreneurs a mindset shift you should make when you’re afraid to speak up or deliver bad news why your core wounds are holding you back from success (and how to overcome them!) why manifestations don’t work, and the one game changing shift to make them pragmatic and world shifting how to move through guilt, shame, anger and other emotions that are holding you back exactly how to identify your limiting beliefs so you can move past them the surprising reason a gratitude practice isn’t always a good solution for uncomfortable emotions We would LOVE to hear your thoughts, reactions, or biggest takeaways from the episode as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and Victoria @victoriaesong. Or if you know someone who this episode would resonate with, send it to them! To join the Healthier Together Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthiertogetherpodcast or to fill out the form to join a podcast club in your city, fill out the form here https://forms.gle/GXXvwjPKVyeKXeqg9 You can find my friend Vanessa Marin’s amazing show, Pillow Talk, here! And listen to her on Healthier Together here. This episode is sponsored by AG1 by Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/healthiertogether and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today. This episode is sponsored by Organic Olivia. Visit organicolivia.com and use code MOODY10 for 10% off your first order. This episode is sponsored by Grove Collaborative. Visit grove.com/lizm and get a free gift set up to $50 when you make your first order. This episode is sponsored by Seed. You can get 15% off your first month’s supply of Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic by going to https://seed.com/daily-synbiotic and using the code LIZMOODY. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I am so excited to welcome Dr. Whitney Bowe to the podcast. Dr. Bowe is a renowned New York based dermatologist., in addition to being a distinguished research scientist and a thought leader in her field. She’s the author of the best-selling book The Beauty of Dirty Skin, and has been featured as an expert by Good Morning America, The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Allure, InStyle, Vogue, and many, many more outlets. She’s also the founder of Dr Whitney Bowe Beauty, a unique skincare brand that was created to make skin glow from the outside in and inside out. On this episode, we talk about: her expert opinion on skincare trends including: slugging, red light therapy, collagen, face shaving, ice rolling, and more the best forms of exfoliation for different skin types and how often you should be doing it which skincare steps are optional and which are 100% necessary for everyone what skin cycling actually means and the best way to do it for your skin type the exact ingredients you should be looking for and avoiding in sunscreens why sunless tanner could be causing long term damage to your skin (and how to combat it) how much drinking a lot of water really make a difference in skin moisture why you should throw away your washcloth how to optimize your circadian rhythm for glowing skin the number one food you should be prioritizing in your diet for glowy skin We would LOVE to hear your thoughts, reactions, or biggest takeaways from the episode as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and Whitney @drwhitneybowe. if you’d like to get your hands on Dr. Bowe’s amazing Bowe Glowe microbiome nourishing cream AND her Bowe Growe Pomegranate Microbiome Water-Enhancing Elixir, you are in luck—Dr. Bowe has kindly agreed to give 3 winners a bundle with both products. To enter, just make sure you’re following @lizmoody and @drwhitneybowebeauty on Instagram, and then comment on my most recent post what you loved or learned in this episode—the post doesn’t have to be about the episode, just mention Whitney so I know what you’re entering!! This episode is sponsored by Thrive Market. Go to thrivemarket.com/healthiertogether to join Thrive Market today and get $80 in free groceries. This episode is sponsored by Seed. You can get 15% off your first month’s supply of Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic by going to https://seed.com/daily-synbiotic and using the code LIZMOODY. This episode is sponsored by Paleovalley. Head over to paleovalley.com and use the code LIZM for 15% off. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I’m excited to welcome Britt Frank to the podcast. Britt is a licensed psychotherapist, teacher, speaker, and trauma specialist who is committed to dismantling the mental health myths that keep us feeling stuck and sick. Her latest book called The Science of Stuck is SO actionable and brilliant and is all about moving past what’s holding you back in life, love, and work. On this episode, we talk about: why & how she ended up in a cult reasons why procrastination can be a sign of unresolved trauma why you don’t need to deep dive into your childhood to resolve trauma the seven steps to move through trauma or feeling stuck in life a genius practice for figuring out what self-care will actually nourish you how to give yourself space to heal when the world is making demands of you steps for letting go of scary things that are out of your control a trick to figure out the exact first step to take, regardless of what area you’re stuck in how to move past the idea that you’ve wasted time being stuck the exact questions to ask to figure out if you should stay or go in a job, relationship, or city how to hack your vagus nerve to impact your mental health ways to take advantage of your neuropsychology to trick your brain into working out, finishing that work project, or doing other hard things We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag me @lizmoody and Britt @brittfrank! We’re also doing a giveaway on Instagram where 10 people can win a copy of her book The Science of Stuck—just make sure you’re following both of us and then comment on my most recent post one thing you loved or learned in this episode. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Go to betterhelp.com/healthiertogether to get 10% off your first month. This episode is sponsored by Modern Fertility. Get $20 off your fertility test when you go to modernfertility.com/together. This episode is sponsored by Frankie & Jo’s. Go to frankieandjos.com to order your box today. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
Welcome to the second episode of our brand new series, where, on the last Monday of every single month, you’ll get a super chatty, fun advice episode. I’ll be joined by a new special guest every month and this month I’m joined by my lovely friends Carina Wolff and Justine Doiron! On this episode, we talk about: how to navigate changing or potentially dissolving friendships getting out of a cooking rut how to deal with family pushing religion on you what counts as “cheating” and whether to forgive a person who cheats the most acceptable age gap for relationships how to balance improving your life with wellness & feeling worse when you don’t achieve your goals Follow Justine on Instagram @Justine_Snacks, and on TikTok at @Justine_Snacks. Her website is justinesnacks.com. Follow Carina on Instagram @Kalememaybe and on TikTok @carina.wolff. Subscribe to her newsletter at https://www.goodmoodfood.news/. This episode is sponsored by Seed. You can get 15% off your first month’s supply of Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic by going to https://seed.com/daily-synbiotic and using the code LIZMOODY. This episode is sponsored by Olive and June. If you want to try Olive and June for yourself and have mani’s that last over a week, visit oliveandjune.com/HEALTHIER20 for 20% off your first Mani System! This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Go to betterhelp.com/healthiertogether to get 10% off your first month. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I’m excited to welcome Dr. William Li to the podcast. Dr. Li is an internationally renowned Harvard-trained medical doctor, researcher, and president and a founder of the Angiogenesis Foundation. His groundbreaking work has impacted more than seventy diseases including cancer, diabetes, blindness, and heart disease. His TED Talk, “Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?” has been viewed more than eleven million times, and he has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, NPR, and many more. His best-selling book, Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself, is available wherever books are sold. On this episode, we talk about: how much what we eat ACTUALLY impacts our body, according to science the effect of specific diets like keto and veganism on our health how much your genetics impact what you should be eating if the Blue Zones are scientifically valid what the research says about eating animal protein, seed oils, and fake meat the number one healthiest cooking oil a trick for buying the best olive oil at the grocery store the best food for supporting your metabolism what the research says about monk fruit, stevia, and other alternative “healthy” sugars if the sugar from fruit is really bad for us why inflammation in the body isn’t always a bad thing the best and worst foods to help prevent cancer, inflammation, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and more This episode is sponsored by AG1 by Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/healthiertogether and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today. This episode is sponsored by Wild Health. Go to wildhealth.com/liz or use code LIZ for 20% off. This episode is sponsored by Grove Collaborative. Visit grove.com/lizm and get a free gift set up to $50 when you make your first order. You can find my episode of my friend Chris Hutchins’ amazing show, All the Hacks, here! And listen to him on Healthier Together here. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
My guest today is Amina AITai, a  leading business and career coach. Amina is an Entrepreneur Magazine expert- in-residence and has been featured in Goop, Well+Good, New York Post, Yahoo, NBC, and more. She’s helped leaders at Slack, Snapchat, Refinery29, The United Nations, The New York Times, The Gap and more achieve a career that feels good and functions better, and I’m SO excited about all of the wisdom and insight she shares in this episode. We talked about: if your job should be your passion the one question to ask yourself to know if you should start your own business how to know what your gifts are how to figure out what impact you want to have in the world (and what impact is possible) an exact equation to figure out if you should switch jobs or careers the 4 causes of burn out and how to specifically address each one a science-based script for setting better boundaries with your boss the core wound often at the base of ambition what to do if you hate your boss or coworkers what to do if you hate your job but you don’t feel like you have the skills to get another job the best resume tip to get your dream job a plan for if you feel underpaid or undervalued time management skills to feel better and get more done how to beat the Sunday scaries how to do an at-home silent retreat how to combat the stress of always on culture This episode is sponsored by AG1 by Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/healthiertogether and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today.  This episode is sponsored by Paleovalley. Head over to paleovalley.com and use the code LIZM for 15% off.  This episode is sponsored by Cymbiotika. Get 15% off using code LIZ on cymbiotika.com. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Go to betterhelp.com/healthiertogether to get 10% off your first month. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
Today’s guest is model Hunter McGrady. Hunter has appeared in the coveted Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition a whopping five times. She’s also the host of the Model Citizen podcast and the creator of her own swimsuit fashion line for QVC, called All Worthy. her modeling journey the 5 minute exercise that transformed her perception of her body the daily mental health practices that keep her feeling good how she booked Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition what it’s actually like on set for a Sports Illustrated shoot how her relationship with her body changed through pregnancy and motherhood how to stop comparing your body to other peoples’ how to feel great trying on clothes (even swimsuits!) how she gets out of a bad body spiral model secrets for looking good in pictures and so much more! This episode is sponsored by Thrive Market. Go to thrivemarket.com/healthiertogether to get 40% off your first order AND a FREE gift worth over $50! This episode is sponsored by Seed. You can get 15% off your first month’s supply of Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic by going to https://seed.com/daily-synbiotic and using the code LIZMOODY. This episode is sponsored by Paleovalley. Head over to paleovalley.com and use the code LIZM for 15% off. This episode is sponsored by Wild Health. Get 20% off with code LIZ at wildhealth.com/liz. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
This episode is all about little hacks that make a huge difference in our mental health. Dr. Julie has been a clinical psychologist for over ten years. She has over 3.5 million followers on TikTok, and was named as one of its top 100 creators. She is the BBC Radio 1 Life Hacks Psychologist and has been featured by Women’s Health, the Telegraph, The Times, the Mail on Sunday, Glamour, Cosmopolitan and many more. Her new book is called Why Has Nobody Told Me This before? and is available wherever books are sold. On this episode we cover how to: get out of bed when it feels hard figure out what your values actually are build up your tolerance for uncertainty snap out of a funk stop over ruminating stop anxiety in its tracks let go of things that are out of your control increase willpower and stick to your goals be happier in romantic relationships and friendships overcome jealousy and comparison deal with fear of death This episode is sponsored by AG1 by Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/healthiertogether and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today This episode is sponsored by Cymbiotika. Get 15% off using code LIZ on cymbiotika.com. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Go to betterhelp.com/healthiertogether to get 10% off your first month. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
Welcome to a brand new series, where, on the last Monday of every single month, you’ll get a super chatty, fun advice episode. I’ll be joined by a new special guest every month but to kick it off, we have…my husband, Zack! On this episode, we talk about: ultimatums a guy’s view on pressure to propose handling a partner with anxiety botox & plastic surgery my newfound sports fandom advice for moving abroad Zack’s wedding regrets and favorites and so much more! This episode is sponsored by Cymbiotika. Get 15% off using code LIZ on cymbiotika.com. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Go to betterhelp.com/healthiertogether to get 10% off your first month. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
I’m thrilled to welcome Ramit Sethi to the podcast. Ramit is the author of the New York Times bestseller, I Will Teach You To Be Rich. He writes for over a million readers on his newsletter and social channels and hosts the hit I Will Teach You To Be Rich podcast. I thought it’d be really fun and different from other podcasts I’ve heard him on to have him answer YOUR specific money questions. We cover: how to know whether you should rent or buy a home if and when real estate makes sense as an investment how to eliminate fear around investing and spending money a trick to really figuring out what you value and should be spending money on what to do if your salary doesn’t align with your financial dreams how to survive inflation how to navigate an upcoming recession, including exactly how to approach investing and saving the best way to invest for short term goals (things one, three, or five years out) the best ways to save money that no one is talking about how to handle finances as a couple (whether it’s better to pool or keep separate, how to negotiate one partner making more, and more!) whether robo advisors are worth it why you need to fire your financial advisor ASAP how to balance relationship obligations like bachelorettes and weddings with your personal financial goals how to save to eventually have more freedom while enjoying your life in the moment If you want the Conscious Spending Plan he talks about in this episode, head over to iwt.com/liz. This episode is sponsored by AG1 by Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/healthiertogether and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today This episode is sponsored by Wild Health. Get 20% off with code LIZ at wildhealth.com/liz. This episode is sponsored by Cymbiotika. Get 15% off using code LIZ on cymbiotika.com. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
My guest today is Claire Byrne, or Claire the Heartbreak Coach, a celebrity heartbreak coach who serves as Poosh’s resident expert. On this episode, she shares: pragmatic steps to actually love yourself how to move through feelings of hopelessness or unfairness around your ircumstances how to let go of the pressure of life timelines how to get over regret about bad choices in the past how to draw boundaries with people in your life asking about your relationship status the ideal level of contact to have with your ex how to get closure (without needing anything from the other person) how long to give yourself to grieve before moving on how to not feel bad after being ghosted how to get over dating app fatigue and despair an actual exercise to let go of the one that got away the best way to support a friend going through a breakup how to know when to break up with someone the worst things people do post break up why having your heartbroken can be a good thing (yes, really!) Claire has generously agreed to give away 5 copies of her amazing course. To enter, just follow @clairetheheartbreakcoach and @lizmoody on Instagram, and then comment one thing you loved or learned in the episode on any recent post. This episode is sponsored by AG1 by Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/healthiertogether and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today This episode is sponsored by Paleovalley. Head over to paleovalley.com and use the code LIZM for 15% off. This episode is sponsored by Cymbiotika. Get 15% off using code LIZ on cymbiotika.com. Healthier Together cover art by Zack. Healthier Together music by Alex Ruimy.
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Angelica Rivera

I love being Healthier Together podcast. 🥰🥰

Sep 10th
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Angelica Rivera

I love listening!!!! do you have anything on HOT FLASHES? Pre menopause?

Jun 2nd
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Angelica Rivera

Have you heard of Hello Bonafide?

May 19th
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Daina R.

Super informative! I'm inspired to make some changes to my dental routine.

Aug 10th
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Alaina Arnold

This podcast is simply amazing and I love all the different view points that are brought to the table and the different tips and tricks in the health world!

Nov 12th
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Margo Johnson

Love this podcast! I really learn something from every episode!

Oct 29th
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D Carmona-Raya

So glad to find this podcast. can't wait to see what you have in store for us listeners.

Jun 28th
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