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Losing a job, a relationship or a loved one can be a very traumatic event. When life-altering moments happen, those in their throes often feel like life cannot go on. In this Real Talk Friday episode, Ted talks about the grieving process and how you can get past and be happy again. Listen Now!
Lose weight, become more energetic and sleep well every night. That's what you're about to learn in this interview with Ph.D. Greg Potter. He explains how fasting, circadian rhythms, and time-restricted eating can help you reset your body clock to lose fat, sleep better and live longer. Listen Now!
Are you waking up feeling low energy and have no motivation to get out of bed to start another day that you are not in control of? In this episode, Ted explains how you can overcome your pandemic anxiety and take back control of your life, so you can still reach your goals this year. Listen Now!
If you’re like most people, you had a few more lbs on your frame than you liked and you were more sedentary than you liked. In this episode, we’re going to talk about how to get back on track with your health & fitness goals. So whether this is the first time you’ve fallen off track or your 100th, you’re in the right place. Listen Now!
It’s easier than ever to get lost in the day-to-day activities and stresses of the external world. On top of that we have to worry about Covid-19, vaccines, life in a post pandemic world, etc.In this Real Talk Friday, Ted talks about how to reconnect to ourselves and the life that we are meant to live. So, tune in if you want to start your inner work and finally live a fulfilled life this year.
Are carbs evil? Is the Keto diet the best diet in the market? Is intermittent fasting good for your health? In this special episode, nutrition expert Kevin Bass talks about the biggest myths related to nutrition, and why these antiquated beliefs need to be put to rest. Listen now!
When you think cardio, particularly if you’re just starting to get active, it’s natural to focus on four main activities: jogging, swimming, cycling, and walking. All four are great options, but they aren’t always convenient, especially if it’s hot, cold or raining outside. In this episode, Ted will explain why walking is an “unsung hero” of cardio workouts and how to use it to burn more fat without burning yourself out.
A recent survey from the American Psychological Association found that, for many Americans, “news and social consumption has a downside.” In this Real Talk Friday episode, Ted will talk about how social media and the news can affect your mental and physical health and what to do to cope with, even if you believe you need to stay connected to stay informed. Listen Now!