Men often lose weight more quickly than women. Diet and exercise may be key components of weight loss for women, but many other factors play a role. In fact, studies show that everything from sleep quality to stress levels can have a major impact on hunger, metabolism, body weight, and belly fat. Women are more susceptible to hormone changes after 40.
Despite these challenges, there are plenty of ways to fight off weight gain and prevail. An Ayurveda diet focuses on using healing foods to support a healthy body, in order to stimulate its repair and rejuvenate it.
Class in session!
In this session, That Veggie Gurl is co-teaching with #ProfessionalVeggieSlayer, Laure Carter. If you are overwhelmed with the amount of nutritional information around you, and you don’t know what applies to you, or if you also struggle to find the time, focus and consistency to make it work. She knows how you feel because she’s been there.
Laure is a lifestyle coach, who specializes in women’s weight-loss wellness by using an Ayurvedic diet. We will discuss:
• Struggles with hormonal imbalances
• Digestion distress & recovery
• Why take your health in your hands
• Emotional eating
• Utilizing yoga to reduce stress
• Do you know your dosha type
• Why you need to cook if you want to heal
• Why you need to make basil your bae
Let’s get veggie with it!
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Do you constantly struggle with making healthy eating or lifestyle changes? Whether you’re someone who has a specific wellness issue you want to address, or you just need support and accountability to help you achieve your health goals, I’d love to help.
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Disclaimer: This Podcast is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any illness or disease. The information provided in this program is for general wellness education purposes, it has not been reviewed nor approved by the FDA and is not intended to take the place of advice from your medical professional. You are solely responsible for your health care and activity choices. Listening to this show does not constitute a 1-on-1 coaching relationship.