Would taking Cortisol Manager or Maca offset my coffee habit? That was the real question from a reader.
Do you have a coffee habit? Love it and don’t really want to give it up? Out of control a coffee habit could elevate your cortisol. Cortisol and insulin can combine forces for belly fat deposit.
You may not have to kick that habit entirely but here’s how to decide.
Caffeine is an ergogenic aid. For that reason caffeinated gels an...
How can you decrease cortisol? Does exercise help or hurt?
Are there studies showing exercise elevates cortisol? (Because someone else said exercise reduces cortisol). -Sandrama heynemana
The question to ask is whether or not your exercise has a positive or negative effect on stress for you.
It’s whether or not the type AND the timing of you...
I’ll challenge that you don’t have or really know your ideal weight. What you may have is a number in your head based on a body composition you didn’t know when you were at that weight.
What we have is an ideal body comp0sition. We have an ideal waist-to-hip ratio. We have a waist circumference that is healthy or on the side that lends itself to greater health issues.
Weight, however? That’s not an easy or desirable goal.
For most ...
The questions about metabolism, specifically menopause metabolism, pour in at Flippingfifty.com. The questions and the answers today come from a recent 6 session Menopause Metabolism Makeover that was once of the juicy bonuses for new course members and will be available inside our Café members area.
Over 130 women took the live course. The questions kept us on those live sessions for over 90 minutes. This is clearly a topic you wa...
Is it Carbs or Keto? The Confusion About What to Eat for Menopause Fitness
It's a subscriber Q and A episode today.
Is the right kind of carbs – resistant carbs – and cycling them during the day, and during your week or keto? I've done Flipping 50 programs where you emphasized carbs. So why would you share a Keto program? It’s so different and seems opposite, I’m confused!
This episode answers Stephanie’s question posted a...
If you’re stuck in this 10 (or more) pound weight gain, you exercise to the point of exhaustion, you’re awake with hot flashes, and baffled about what to put in your mouth right now, this is for you.
If any one of those resonated with you or you’re experiencing belly fat and cellulite you’ve never had before… or it’s libido tanking… then keep listening.
But if you are sailing smoothly through with no real complaints, I encourage yo...
How do you choose an athletic shoes?
One of the last things you might consider before you start an exercise program is what shoes you should wear. However, your feet are your foundation and if you don't get this right every joint upstairs could suffer.
In this episode learn how to choose athletic shoes so that you are the most comfortable and supported throughout your workouts and look forward to lacing up.
Are you doing the best workout for your body type?
But before the episode, it's more than one thing. It's body type, it's hormones, it's your condition, your goals, and an integration of it all. If you're exhausted, it could be less about exercise and more about rest.
https://www.flippingfifty.com/tedx to see my TEDx talk explaining more about hormones, exercise and menopause. This episode is in response to a su...
Natural Menopause Solutions
Hot flashes, night sweats or kick-your-booty fatigue ?
Those symptoms of menopause do not have to run your life. This episode is all about natural menopause solutions, that get you back on track, feeling 100% your sassy self again in no time.
I’ve been sharing … well pretty much everything with you lately about what I’ve done to my hormones, for my hormones, and one of the things I’ve discovered thanks ...
This is definitely a different Flipping 50 podcast. It's a whose behind the scenes backstage pass kind of podcast. We just surpasses one million listeners and in thanks I'm giving in to a request ... 20 of them that I get so very often.
For all the what do you eat, how do you exercise, what time do you go to sleep questions... here are the answers.
We've grown our listenership and some of you want to know me better and...
In this episode I answer a reader question about Crossfit. But this could be any exercise you're thinking about twice right now. Got a gut feeling? My advice is definitely listen!
"I have always loved working out. The last 8 years I have been doing crossfit. I started it at 50 and at 58 I'm questioning if I should keep doing it?? In the last year I haven't been able to keep my weight down and I also have an injury t...
I’m answering this subscriber question about wearing shoes when you workout today. I’m going to cover several different workouts and when you may indeed be better off with or without shoes.
Why do you want weights while you walk? That’s the real question. Are you trying to increase intensity? Because the purpose, I want to make clear, should not be to turn your walk into a strength training session.
That’s what I’m answering today.
Should I add weights to my walk? I’ve been walking with ankle weights, one client told me. Here is my response to that.
Should you hold hand weights while you walk?
My answer: No.
Walking Workout Starting to Bore You?
Walking is the new running for many with knee, hip, or ankle concerns. It’s the new elliptical and step-mill for many who’ve ditched the gym by necessity or choice. (see my announcement on Instagram). It’s a good choice for several reasons.
Done right walking can be as intense or as easy as you need it to be. You can reduce cortisol, increase feel-good serotonin, and improve your sleep all the ...
Walking tips? You’ve been doing it since you were 2, right? Surely, you’ve got this, you might think. I’m all for walking during COVID19. You may have seen my post today (June 2020) about quitting the gym. For now, it’s the right decision for me. Maybe I’ll be back and maybe I’ll find other creative substitutes.
One thing is for sure. I’ve fallen in love with walking again. It started when I was walking with my mom the wee...
Have you tried Keto? Have you tried more protein? Tried a plant-based diet? And still looking for the right way to feel good and look great again?
I’ve got just the thing for you.
Today’s Guest is here to talk about her new book… one I’m loving and using… more on that coming later!
Dr. Anna Cabeca is an internationally acclaimed menopause and sexual health expert, global speaker and pioneering promoter of women’s health. She is Em...
Of all the things we’re thinking of in 2020 during COVID19 our hormone balance, muscle and bone density concerns don’t disappear.
Susan Brady brings a rich diversity of experience and knowledge to the healthcare profession. She has been a licensed Physical Therapist for over 30 years, and is also a Doctor of Integrative Medicine and Nutrition Consultant. Susan’s specializes in helping women with osteoporosis through a ho...
For the women in midlife who listen to this podcast and I’ve worked with for more than three and a half decades fitness is sometimes illusive. But success leaves signs. Four times in my life when I’ve made significant changes in my fitness level it was by doing LESS, not more.
In My Late Teens
Beginning exercise…. Back in 1982. From walking a half mile to a mile to a mile and an half… to jogging parts …
And if I added something I a...
Why have a breakfast smoothie or post workout smoothie and not a meal?
It’s fast. It’s simple. It’s full of both micronutrients and macronutrients you want (and you can adjust). It’s delicious.
My Smoothie Template
Your hormones must be balanced for weight loss to occur. If you’re trying to trick it, starve it, drill it to the ground, this episode is exactly what you want to hear.
Balanced for Weight Loss?
How would you like to spend some time with an OBGYN who gets it? Someone w...