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  • Chronic Symptoms that Won’t Resolve? Can't Get A Diagnosis?
    Have you accepted your chronic symptoms as your “normal” simply because there were no answers when you sought help? Let’s put an end to that right now! One of the reasons I so often hear, “what I used to do that worked doesn’t work any more” is not just a shift in hormones, it’s that some chronic symptoms you may have settled for are causing a domino effect on your health otherwise.  It may be that something is interfering with your ability to absorb the nutrients you’re eating, or to supply your body with the necessary energy it needs for repair from exercise. In fact, if any of those are happening, you’ll soon after exercise begin regularly feeling drained instead of energetic even if you’re working with me on the right formula for you in midlife. If that hits home, this is for you.  If you struggle with chronic symptoms and can’t get any REAL answers, get ready because Monica Hershaft is here and we are going to talk about why you can have normal labs when you feel so sick and why nothing you try has worked to get rid of those mystery symptoms! Please welcome best selling author, speaker and healer, Monica Hershaft! My Guest:  Monica Hershaft is a holistic health practitioner specializing in Chronic Mystery Illness. She is certified in NRT, a holistic technique that identifies what’s interfering with the body’s normal function and hidden blocks to healing. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, she runs a wellness center working 1:1 with patients and is a frequent guest health expert making appearances on numerous shows and podcasts. Monica is not just a healer, but she is someone who went through this herself and she knows exactly how you feel, how it impacts your life and how to help you. Questions we answer in this episode: Monica, tell us a little about your story and how you got sick and what you went through? I know you talk about the “5 layers of disease”…can you explain how and why a person starts to feel symptoms or get sick? Why do the doctors tell you nothing is wrong when you feel so sick and have chronic symptoms interfering with your life? What are these "blocks to healing" that you talk about and how does this happen to someone? What is a "blanket diagnosis" and what is REALLY causing those symptoms? I’m curious about who you treat, is it mostly women, even split - we’ve recently had an episode (I’ll link to it) discussing how women often don’t advocate for themselves, and don’t get second opinions, accepting feeling either less than 100% or the first treatment suggestion they get… so who do you see .. and how bad does it have to get before they find you?  What chronic symptoms do you find women sweep under the rug?  Don’t miss the last question I asked… where she asked you listeners  Connect with Monica: Social links: Instagram: Facebook: FREE Immune Repair Food List link No matter where you are in the world, she offers 1-on-1 here in Scottsdale, and also an online program to serve those who can’t come to her.  Other Episodes You Might Like:  Women's Health Care Mismanagement: 5 Ways to Prevent Alzheimer's Even if You Have the Gene:
  • The Gratitude Podcast
    This gratitude episode in honor of Thanksgiving weekend is a diversion from for the holiday.  Thanksgiving past. Ten years ago I enjoyed Thanksgiving, without my family, with 1500 new acquaintances at an all-inclusive buffet in Cozumel. That trip was the beginning of something very different for me. Changing the environment gives you a unique perspective that you may never have had time or ability to see otherwise. For me, it was revisiting something I’d considered doing much earlier but pushed elsewhere in the hectic and safe space of being busy day-to-day. It was 6 weeks later when I followed through on following my own dreams instead of talking about them. A year later, I was at the table with my family physically and not at all mentally. My son was home from his first semester of college for the week and we were with the usual suspects at a wonderful dinner. But I was getting scared. I’d already talked to a realtor about potentially listing my house. You see after that Ironman in Cozumel that weekend I took a couple days to dream and think about what I really wanted and how I really wanted to spend that huge chunk of time at what we call work. Change Don’t get me wrong, I loved every job I’ve had. I didn’t love all things about each one but from lecturing at a university I loved teaching college students about fitness, movement, and behavior change, to managing personal training department, hosting radio shows, writing articles and speaking on all kinds of stages about wellness and the impact on business, families, and lives… it’s been a dream to do it all. I just felt like I was meant for more. I found myself criticizing parts of our fitness industry. What’s the answer when you can see the problem? I think, it’s to do something about it. In National Treasurer, Nicholas Cage’s character says, and I believe he was quoting but I don’t know who, Those who see the opportunity to make something better, have the responsibility to make it better. So, nine years ago on this holiday I was scared. As scared maybe as I’ve ever been. At this point, I’d gone to a couple therapy sessions over the complete hornet’s nest of stress the past 11 months had been. From quitting my job, to starting my own business – or at least going all into one I’d pretended to be a business prior to that. My first two hours of therapy were also my last. Since I went to my second session and she said, there’s something I didn’t ask you at the first session that I need to… (I waited), Have you considered hurting yourself? On the way home, I laughed so hard I cried about the fact that that was kind of a big omission huh? We were done. I’d already pawned jewelry sadly to pay for Facebook ads at the time, which I’m certain I had no idea what I was doing. Recent Thanksgiving Past Many of my recent past Thanksgivings were different. I was the aunt at the table in Colorado, while my son celebrated with his dad in Iowa. Once I was in Arizona, and my son was out of school, he began celebrating here with me. So this is our third Thanksgiving here and we’ll be golfing both Thursday and Friday. It’s yet to be determined whether the golf or the Thanksgiving meal will redeem me for the other. But it’s a pretty sure thing one or the other will happen. I’ve already forgotten the rolls from the store and I’m not thrilled about grocery shopping the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. I may need to ask forgiveness for this one. This year, I have two families. Last week, through no intention or fault of ours, I lost access to Google accounts. And to 10 years of files, contacts, and of course my emails and calendar for last week. It was a tense four days. Perspective Gives Gratitude But it wasn’t… losing a dream I’d had for my life, a home, friends, and a community I loved. It wasn’t three years later being in the right place when my niece’s world fell apart; when real tragedy, not an inconvenience struck. My work family had me. And it worked out thanks to them. We mark holidays like the markings on a timeline. More than birthdays we have this entire collection of certain holiday memories that we pull out serving as the evidence of change in our lives. I do remember the elaborate and abundant spread my mother used to make. Once her mother had passed and our Thanksgivings were no longer over the river or at least two hours in a car to grandma’s, she began creating these amazing holiday meals. It began then in about 1988 and continued until about 2015. [Do we wonder how our relationship with food is so complicated then? Every memory of family – good or bad – often revolves around it!] But collectively, with holidays its more the benchmarks and the pictures of people who now have left an empty chair, and the growing need for more chairs at the table as families expand and change. Falling Apart and Coming Back Together I mentioned seeing my niece’s life fall apart. I want to be sure I let you know that I’ve also seen it come back together. It’s not the same. It’s a beautifully new life with new people to love and the always present memory of someone she did love. There’s hope in that story for all of us in how change happens and how parts of us may die while new parts of us grow, and others regenerate. You have enough heart for more. You have all the time you need. People begin running, lifting weights, golfing, and painting … in their late 40s, 50s, and 80s… and continue to do Ironman distances in their mid and late 80s, and lift weights in their 90s. We each have all the things we need – a mind, a body, and the thoughts and actions we take are choices that change us  - in one way or in another. This Thanksgiving, I’m sharing a meal around a new table at a new house, with my son and his new now Dr. girlfriend with so much to be grateful for. Different. Still blessed. Even more grateful for all the days of the year I have to choose how I want to spend them, who I want to spend them with, and the people along my path and in my life now who make each day matter most. Exercise Gratitude The exercise is both a small and large part of what we do. It’s an anchor for inner strength. It’s training discipline -for you the discipline may be doing less and realizing that’s best, or it may be that you need to do more and find the strength or add the power or muscle-building protein to your diet. To optimally change an aging body and brain requires strength training optimally. Protein and perhaps supplementation, and perhaps HRT if you choose it, can also be a part. But at the base of optimal age is strength training properly. One Thanksgiving around a family table I asked my brother (who has been on varying doses of prednisone for years), if he was lifting weights. My mother piped in, “Why does he need to lift weights? He looks fine.” I think several heads turned my way waiting to see if I was going to implode. The generational difference. In her day, exercise was a means to an end, only to change the way we were unhappy or discontent with our bodies. Today, some of that lingers. How could it not? In you and I there is most likely doing x to get y… somewhere we’re not yet. Still though, more and more of us embrace the empowerment that comes in other reasons we exercise: Mood boost Confidence Resilience against stress Ability to physically do more for ourselves Improved sleep It becomes a source of pride in who we are. Much like other things in life: A family we’ve raised A business we’ve built Success in a job we’ve done well The pristinely clean car or uniquely decorated home we have What Would You Do-Over? I regret not playing golf consistently after high school. I played regularly again in my 30s for a few years and then became my son’s #1 fan, juggling work, home and that was all time allowed. And life this past decade has been full of other things too. So, each time I go to a lesson I feel both inspired and a little “behind.” My next-door neighbor has asked me to play, and I don’t feel “ready” to play in a ladies league. I haven’t yet made practice and play a regular part of my routine between lessons. But it’s the range fees and the lessons that keep me consistent. Without them I wouldn’t get these basics that remind me, “I’m a golfer” again.” And so it is with you, if you’re exercising, but not in a way that meets your needs, not consistently and you’re not doing a program built based on women just like you… not on men, young athletic men as much of the exercise science is… then the Flipping 50 membership may be right for you. Filled with 7 12-week strength programs each based on workouts sequenced for the optimal impact to muscle and bone with cues for the optimal safety and effectiveness.. there is nothing random or “YouTube-ish” about Flipping50 programs. No YouTube workout – even mine – give you the benefit of what you’ve done most recently and what you’ll do later this week in consideration of what you will do today for your workout. The older we get the more strategic we want to be about preserving and gaining muscle, bone density, and our brain health. There is no more effective exercise than strength training to change the way we age… provided it’s done correctly based on science featuring you, including: Adequate strength stimulus for muscle Adequate stimulus for bone Rest & recovery within workout sets and between workouts Includes components of power, balance, and mobility Imagine Your Thanksgiving Future Imagine 10 years from now. Imagine 20. If you stay on the same path you’re on now, will you lose 8-20% of your current lean muscle mass? Will you maintain it? Or will you gain it? And if you continue on the same path you’re on, will you lose 8-10% of bone mineral density each decade? Or will you experience more rapid loss if you’re in the menopause transition? What will future holiday gatherings look like for you? Will they be influenced by your physical health? For all of us in so many ways they will. A woman I recently did an interview with, a doctor, mentioned she went to a class offered at a gym with her spouse recently. She said, I did what I needed to do even if it wasn’t appropriate for me since we were doing it together. She went on to explain what that was … she said I took more rest when I needed it. I hope she also realized that women more than men need greater stimulus for muscle and bone. Results don’t come from moving in a frenzy and getting “tired.” It’s time that we all lose the ideas that we’ve gained over decades, unlearn and start fresh realizing, you need MORE stimulus than you’ve ever needed before, and while yes, more rest may be a part of it, it’s only a part of it. An older man also needs more recovery time… and so do 50% of 20-somethings. It’s not only recovery… it’s just everything. A mass workout filled with men and women of all ages, isn’t serving anyone of them without them knowing it. Make your own wish come true. There’s no wishbone required for this one. I’m adding an update, a PS, if you will to what I thought would be the end of this episode. They Left Too Soon Today I dropped kids off at the airport. I took myself off to the gym because while I’d been impressed (and okay, a little shocked) that my son and his girlfriend went for a walk yesterday morning before we left for golf… I did not. Other than swinging a lot and stepping in and out of the cart to stay on time in our 18 hole rounds both Thurs and Fr, I didn’t really exercise. And of course, that’s fine. We exercise regularly to have these easy misses when we’re busy and otherwise engaged. As it is, I still run a business and like to at least check in on things while I’m away or on holiday. But once back at home deep into chopping up leftover turkey for two unique soups (want one of the recipes? I’ll link to the Black and White Bean Turkey Chili in this episode: the other is inside our members area)… well, I put on the holiday music and realized I was having a tough time. The Empty Chair I couldn’t put my finger on it, but then realized I had this longing that I can’t satisfy. As much like a holiday song as it sounds, I long for the familiar face and place… that isn’t here anymore. And life is good, don’t get me wrong. Having the kids here for Thanksgiving was perfect, and it’s right that they’re going home to do a first Christmas at my son’s new home. How fun to imagine the decisions about where it will go and how to decorate and so many things that can actually be the start of years of traditions of his own. And I was thinking of every holiday past as if they were just yesterday. The ones from when I was little and believed and wished my dreams would come true on Christmas morning. The Christmas Eve traditions we had then, and the ones I enjoyed with my own family much later all flooded my memory. I ached for the past and all the blessings I’ve had over all the holidays we’ve enjoyed. Yesterday walking the mall mostly to walk off a dinner of sushi celebrating the doctor in our contingent, I didn’t have a list. There wasn’t something I wish for that will make me happy. I’m there. So, I don’t know why it struck me so hard the melancholy of Christmas’ past this year. It’s the second Thanksgiving with my mom’s empty chair. Last year, it was fresh, and I was still surrounded by so much love and support and I think maybe a little cried out. I encourage you, to be where it matters most to you this year for holidays. To do the things, alone and with people that have meaning to you. This afternoon I pulled out my tree and began to decorate. Because inside those boxes are memories too, of every first and every ornament that was gifted to me. As I put them on the tree I remember… the high school best friend and the loss of a family member, the vacation in HI, the first Christmas with Dustin. And be sure you’re taking in each Christmas, each benchmark that these holidays are, to consider what you love about this time in your life and if you want change to make the plans to make the changes in WHO you need to be so you may have them. I love Christmas. But more than that, I love, and hope you do, your every day and the strength and optimism you have about tomorrow. And with that friends I will close with a thanks to you for being here. We’re at a unique place in history, we midlife women can change the way everyone ages by showing them how to do it, not the same as other generations have but with the science we now have to be the first generation to be at 80 what no one has seen before. For You Who Want to Implement Change Now As I release this episode, there are just two days left for these three things: The Flipping 50 membership is open for Black Friday event savings and bonuses that will not be there later. We close again after it’s over. The Flipping 50 March Retreat is open and will be until full, but not at this savings of $700 off the registration rate and 90 days of training that will begin December 1 for those already registered. The Flipping 50 Specialist is still available at 2018 rates… prices increase January 1, but during Black Friday you save an additional $200 off the Advanced option and get all the new benefits of coaching opportunities within our community, and two other passive revenue streams we’re adding in addition to a new resources library that will help you once you know how to prescribe exercise for women in menopause, to build your business. The world needs more women in the health & fitness coaching business leading the way. We want to make it easy and better for all women to find what they need. It all ends after Cyber Monday. If you’re waiting for a sign, it’s now. Even if you missed these specials, this tribe is all about you. You are 100% of what we do. It’s not sometimes about pregnancy, or post-natal fitness, and sometimes about menopause. We’re 100% about menopause fitness science every day. Flipping 50 was the first and only exclusively made-for-menopause fitness membership in the world. Our mission is to remain the best with science and experts continually updating the best practices for optimal aging and a better right now. Resources Mentioned in this Episode: The Flipping 50 membership: Flipping 50’s March 2023 Retreat: The Flipping50 Menopause Fitness Specialist:  
  • Chiropractor Quits to Go From a Stressed To a Sexy Menopause
    Sexy menopause? Does that sound like an oxymoron? My guest found her sexy menopause and believed in the need for menopause advocates so much she gave up her chiropractor license and committed to coaching.  My Guest:  Dr. Kim Norman is a holistic doctor. She practiced chiropractic for almost 30 years specializing in nutrition. Dr. Kim is also certified in acupuncture and NAET. She is an international speaker and has spoken on stages sharing the benefits of healthy lifestyle. Dr. Kim retired from practicing chiropractic and now helps empower women in the “pause” stages of life by educating and equipping them with simple lifestyle choices and tools to help them overcome the struggles of sleepless nights, hot flashes, not fitting in their clothing comfortably, brain fog and so much more. Questions we answered in this episode:  What led you to go from practicing chiropractic to coaching post menopausal women? What is the common denominator among women who come to you and where do you start with them?  What have been the best ways to reduce stress for you and your clients?  Let’s talk about libido, it’s a hot topic here (pun intended) how do you help women get their sexy/libido back?  How do you define stress and support clients: What is ahead for you?  Need sleep support?  SLEEP YOURSELF SKINNY ebook  Courious about a sexy menopause? Kim’s event is the Secrets To Mastering Menopause & Beyond Join the summit!   (CREATE THIS!)  Follow on Social:  Instagram: Facebook:
  • 3 Brain Health Supplements Worth the Extra Pill
    Your brain health may need this.    Never has a client said, I love taking supplements. Frequently I’ve heard, but I eat healthy and choose to get my nutrients from food.    And I get it. However, wow in 2022 that can be a challenge. I did ask my guest, neurologist, Dr. Amelia Scott Barrett, MD about these and so much more. If you want to know from a brain standpoint the amounts of various nutrients recommended and hear why those labs telling you you’re in the normal range may not be a reason to sigh relief just yet… tune in. My Guest:  Amelia Scott Barrett, MD is a Stanford-trained neurologist who shows people how to use neuroscience and new technology to get rid of their headaches. Dr. B has translated those scientific advances into actionable strategies that cut headaches in half in just 12 weeks. She and her team have coached thousands of people all over the world through the online course called “Migraine Relief Code.”   She graduated with Honors in Psychology from Smith College, and then attended the University of Colorado School of Medicine.  Dr. Barrett completed her residency training at Stanford University and then returned home to Colorado. She then founded Rocky Mountain Neurology, where she specializes in headache patients.  Questions we answer in this episode:  05:52 Does the brain need different nutrients than other organs?  08:10 Let’s describe optimal brain health, function, mood, cognition… how does the brain work?  10:56 What is a junk food diet from the brain’s standpoint?  14:30 What are your thoughts specifically on organ meats?  16:15 What is the effect of fasting on the brain?  18:06 Where is the most brain benefit happening - what fasting window?  19:40 Do supplements affect the neurotransmitters that occur naturally in the brain?  25:57 What are the most common symptoms people get from a deficiency of vitamins important for the brain?  27:32 B12 “norms” or is there an optimal level that you want to share?  29:16 Can we get adequate nutrients from food? Connect: Other Episodes (and seasonings) You May Like:  Organ Meats with Chef James Barry: My Organ Meat source:
  • Beyond Color: Confidence, Radiance, and Energy in Your Closet
    Color has so much more to it than your favorite color and truly may be the key to better relationships, businesses, and feeling confidence and powerful.  It’s not just one favorite color, but a family of colors that are about you, for you and cheering in your corner. You can choose to relate best, to have more power, or to command attention and authority while being authentic.  Want a compliment like, “you look amazing?” Instead of “I love that dress” ? don’t miss this!  PS - the human error in creating the video (that you will find on companion to this episode has Jennifer’s video a small Picture in Picture video. While still seen it’s not ideal. Apologies from the human responsible!! - Debra My Guest:  Jennifer Butler is the leading expert in the sociology of style and color. Her experience lies in the art of visual communication, understanding that mastery of appearance is critical to effective communication. Building on her fashion expertise, knowledge of human nature, and understanding of color, she develops style and color palettes that reveal the essence of an individual’s personality. Through her work, Jennifer helps clients to powerfully, authentically, and effectively express themselves. Questions we answer in this episode:  How did you get started? Playing with color sounds fun!  How do you create a person's color palette? What happens when one wears colors that are not present in one's pigmentation? Why do you reference Seasons? Can you explain what you mean by "Sacred Geometry"  How does Sacred Geometry apply to what you wear? How does wearing your own color palette and geometry make you Authentic? What is your take on trending styles? How is Authentic Beauty really ageless? Where does the wisdom part come in? Connect: A call: 323-931-26266 Leslie Social media links:: Instagram: Facebook: Complimentary masterclass with Jennifer! Don’t miss it! promo code FIRSTTIME to attend for free.  

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