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This weekly show from NYC-based registered dietitian Lauren Slayton provides real-life solutions to your wellness questions, while keeping things light and fun. In under 30 minutes, this show will provide you with nutrition info you haven’t heard and help you feel your absolute best.

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40. Secrets to Losing Weight Over 40

Why do we tend to gain weight as we age, and what can we do about it? There is a tendency to start gaining weight and specifically visceral fat as we age and the hormones in our bodies begin to shift, and much of that fat gain is also due to muscle loss as we age....

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39. Pros and Cons of Intermittent Fasting

There’s a lot of talk about intermittent fasting (IF) these days — and a lot of debate about its efficacy for women versus men — so today we want to break down what it is, the different versions of fasting, and what counts as breaking your fast. What is intermittent...

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38. All Your Vitamin Questions Answered

Let’s take a deep dive into vitamins: what you should take, how much, and any other must-know details. Supplements are important, but you have to remember that they are meant to be supplemental to a healthy diet. They are not going to take the place of eating healthy...

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37. Why Do I Sabotage My Healthy Eating?

There’s so much more to eating well than knowing which foods are healthy. So many people know just what they need to do, they start out making good choices, but in the long run, they just hit more problems. It can always feel as though we’re sabotaging our own best...

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35. Foods to Help You Focus

There’s something most of us struggled with pre-pandemic, and it has only gotten worse since: The ability to focus. So why is this happening, and what can we do about it? Habits to help you focus Before getting to food, there are some tips you can do to help stay...

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34. How Your Parents Effed Up Your Relationship With Food

Our parents play a huge role in developing our relationship with food, and it’s common for them to unintentionally eff things up. In a book called “Good Morning, Monster” by Catherine Gildiner, a psychologist wrote about five patients she saw over her 30 year career....

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