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Dr Miron Shatz

Drama-Free Healthy Living With Jess Cording

Release Date: 09/29/2021

Episode 120: Mindful Eating Over The Holidays show art Episode 120: Mindful Eating Over The Holidays

Drama-Free Healthy Living With Jess Cording

In this episode I share some of my tried-and-true strategies for eating mindfully over the holidays so you can feel more present and maximize enjoyment. 

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Episode 119: Dietitian Kate Scarlata  show art Episode 119: Dietitian Kate Scarlata

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I’m so pleased to be able to share this episode with you. I’m speaking with , an amazing dietitian who has extensive experience supporting people who struggle with gastrointestinal disorders and food intolerance. Of special interest to Kate is how the low FODMAP diet can be used to help heal functional gut disorders.    In addition to her various degrees -- MPH, RDN, LDN -- Kate was also awarded the Outstanding Massachusetts Dietitian Award and recognized as Boston’s Best Dietitian by Boston Magazine. Kate is also the author of numerous books and articles on digestive health...

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Episode 118: How To Adjust To The End of Daylight Savings Time show art Episode 118: How To Adjust To The End of Daylight Savings Time

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In this episode, I share my favorite tips for adjusting to the end of Daylight Savings Time.  I discuss foods that can help, sleep hygiene, and lifestyle tips for boosting your energy.  Check out my book, (Viva Editions) for more tips to improve your physical, mental, and emotional health or visit my website, for more regular updates. 

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Episode 117: SimpleHealth CEO Carrie SiuButt show art Episode 117: SimpleHealth CEO Carrie SiuButt

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Carrie SiuButt is the CEO of , whose mission is to make health care for women simple, convenient, and affordable. Carrie has been in the health and wellness industry for 10 years, previously working at Equinox Fitness Clubs where she had various leadership positions including managing the company's entire budgeting process, acquisitions, launching Pure Yoga and training programs for their Pilates and Yoga businesses. Carrie’s other passions include amplifying the voices of the disabled community by being very vocal about living with her disability (Dystonia).    I love speaking...

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Dr Miron Shatz show art Dr Miron Shatz

Drama-Free Healthy Living With Jess Cording

In this podcast episode, I’m speaking with the multifaceted , a psychologist, author, researcher, consultant, and speaker, who studies medical decision-making in a humanistic way. Dr. Miron-Shatz has been a researcher at Princeton University and has taught at the University of Pennsylvania; she has over 60 academic publications in top academic journals, including Psychological Science, Health Psychology, and Oxford University Press. She is the author of the new book, .   There are so many important takeaways from my conversation with Dr. Miron-Shatz, but here are some of my favorites: ...

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Episode 115: Regina Wallace Jones, VP of Product & Engineering at Mindbody show art Episode 115: Regina Wallace Jones, VP of Product & Engineering at Mindbody

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I’m super excited to share my latest podcast with you. I’m chatting with Regina Wallace-Jones, a  truly incredible and accomplished guest. Regina is the SVP of Product & Engineering at , a leading technology platform for the wellness industry, featuring an app that allows people to discover and book fitness, beauty and salon services, and software to help growing businesses thrive. Regina is also the Vice Mayor of Palo Alto, California where she works to make life better for others.    During our conversion, I learned a great number of things from Regina, but here are...

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Episode 114: Dietitian Alissa Rumsey, Episode 114: Dietitian Alissa Rumsey, "Unapologetic Eating" Author

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In this episode I’m chatting with dietitian, nutrition therapist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and author about the transformative power of making peace with food. As you’ll hear in the podcast, Alissa is the author of , a book which teaches the reader how to reconnect with their body and make peace with food. Alissa is also the founder of , a weight-inclusive nutrition practice that offers virtual counseling and online programs to help people liberate themselves from dieting, cultivate a peaceful relationship to food and their bodies, and live a more authentic, connected...

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Episode 113: Is Meal Prepping Anti-Intuitive Eating? show art Episode 113: Is Meal Prepping Anti-Intuitive Eating?

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I was asked if meal-prepping is anti-intuitive eating and wanted to devote an episode to a thoughtful response. If you’ve ever wondered whether it’s possible to combine meal-prepping your food for the week and truly listening to your body by eating intuitively, you’ll want to check out this episode, in which I discuss how you can plan ahead for your busy week without sacrificing the connection to your body’s wants and needs.   I hope you’ll take a listen and draw some comfort in knowing that being able to plan your meals ahead of time can be part of fostering a meaningful...

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Episode 112: Bande Founder Rebecca Balyasny show art Episode 112: Bande Founder Rebecca Balyasny

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I am so excited to be able to share my latest podcast guest with you. I’m speaking with Rebecca Balyasny, the founder of a cool, online workout platform called . Bande was born from Rebecca’s desire for connection and community in the ever-changing pandemic world. At Bande, clients are encouraged to find their fitness and their strength as they enjoy fully immersive live boutique fitness classes.   My conversation with Rebecca touched on so many important topics, including: Fitness and self-care can be empowering, especially in a time when Covid has taken away opportunities for...

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Episode 111: Nutrition for Bone Health show art Episode 111: Nutrition for Bone Health

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As I often do with solo podcasts, I’m coming to you to answer a question I’m frequently asked: what should I be eating to protect my bones?   Bone health is a topic that comes up a lot in my work and for good reason; bone health is super important at all stages of our life. Whether we are thinking about protecting our bones against fractures (especially as we age), or how to best support healthy bones throughout our life, there are some very actionable suggestions and tips which can help you healthfully nourish your bones. These tips fall under two main categories: lifestyle and diet....

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In this podcast episode, I’m speaking with the multifaceted Dr. Talya Miron-Shatz, a psychologist, author, researcher, consultant, and speaker, who studies medical decision-making in a humanistic way. Dr. Miron-Shatz has been a researcher at Princeton University and has taught at the University of Pennsylvania; she has over 60 academic publications in top academic journals, including Psychological Science, Health Psychology, and Oxford University Press. She is the author of the new book, Your Life Depends on It: What You Can Do to Make Better Choices About Your Health.

 

There are so many important takeaways from my conversation with Dr. Miron-Shatz, but here are some of my favorites:

  • Making decisions about your health is hard and important, so a level of trust with your medical care team is needed;
  • It can be overwhelming to sit in the patient’s seat, so it’s important to ask questions -- like “What are the risks, benefits and other options?” -- when speaking with your doctor;
  • Having a relationship with your medical provider can go a long way in building trust and improving the patient-provider relationship;
  • Women are often disadvantaged when it comes to their medical care because of their gender, so if you’re a woman, be prepared to ask questions and pursue answers;
  • Healthy living means being in the moment and being content with what you have.  

 

You can learn more about Dr. Miron-Shatz and her work via her website (https://talyamironshatz.com/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/talyamironshatz), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/talya-miron-shatz), and of course, her book Your Life Depends on It: What You Can Do to Make Better Choices About Your Health (https://www.amazon.com/Your-Life-Depends-Better-Choices-ebook/dp/B08S3QS66G/).