One of the most common types of questions we get are in regard to our philosophy of nutrition. Questions like, "How much protein/carbohydrate/fat do you recommend?", "Which foods are good and bad for me?", and, "I thought animal products were bad for you?" are very commonplace.Until now we have never compiled our philosophy into a short, easy-to-understand article, so we thought we would remedy that today. Please keep in mind, though, that this is a lot and it can be overwhelming.I understand the feeling of overwhelm. While we’ve tried to break it down into a step-by-step process, it can still feel like a lot when you see the whole big thing ahead of you.First off, I’d recommend scheduling a 15-20 minute chat with us to discuss your concerns. We'll be your best resource in coming up with solutions. You can do that by going to https://gutsy.ch/consult and picking a time that works for you....
In this episode of Gutsy Health, we talk with Amanda about how her mental health has benefited from diet and exercise. Amanda suffered from anxiety, depression and went from doctor to doctor getting put on various medications. She tells her story of how exercise and nutrition helped aid not only her depression but also her marriage.
- Amanda’s Story 1:25
- How to Start 45:14
- Do you Miss old Food? 53:31
- Exercise’s Role 60:36
“I always compare medications to switching off the ‘check engine light’ on a car without having it serviced.”
In this episode of Gutsy Health we talk about exercise with Jared Harris. Studies have shown not only physical but also mental health benefits accompanying those who exercise. We talk with Jared about how we can start, how we can see benefits, mental health benefits, and healthy habits through exercise.
- Introduction to Jared 1:19
- How to start exercising 8:49
- What Exercising does to your Body 16:20
- Stress Management and Exercise 32:41
- Taking Exercise too Far/Unrealistic Expectations 43:14
“A lot of people think that if they have hormone imbalances or health issues…’If I try this nutrition plan for a week I should see a benefit.’ You have to give it at least 3 to 6 months, at LEAST, before you get life-changing long term results.”
On this episode of Gutsy we talk about the information war currently going on in the medical world. Have you ever had a doctor mock you for doing your own research? The current medical world has been set up giving all authority to those who have gone through schooling and taking the power to our health away. We discuss why this is and how to give the power to our healing back to us.
- Iatrogenic Death 6:12
- The Hierarchy 15:52
- Our Story 19:29
- Gatekeepers 34:49
- Other Advocates 38:28
“A big chunk of people, once they start down the medication road, they never come back from that. They end up on those medications for the long term.”
In this episode, Tristin and Juanique talk about fats and the body. Our society's misunderstanding about fat has lead us to have a lot of unhealthy habits that have impacted the way our heart works and has actually work against how our hearts work. In this episode, they cover the history of why our society has become this why and how our relationship with fat has grown worse and worse over the years. They also cover how fat works in the body and how to develop healthy habits with the correct fats. Listen in to learn more about fats!
On this episode of Gutsy we talk about how to overcome the obstacles of feeding children healthy food with Katie Baker and Lizza. Much of these obstacles are caused by the culture of how we view food. This episode dives into what culture we need to change to be healthy, how to parent to encourage healthy living, and what benefits we can find by doing so.
- Obstacles of Eating Healthy 4:35
- How to help Kids Eat Healthy 19:31
- Liza’s transition to eating healthy 36: 47
- Katie’s transition to eating healthy 43:04
- Techniques that worked with kids 60:47
“They think that what they need is the sugar. They think that what they need is the hamburger…but what they really need is to develop a healthy relationship with good food.”
“[With] my own kids a tactic that was huge was building the trust, introducing the foods in a safe...
In this episode, Juanique and Tristin talk to parents about teaching kids how to eat healthily. This can be very difficult and overwhelming for a lot of parents, so this episode is to help take away the horrifying aspects of overcoming these difficulties. They provide tips and tools that you can apply today.
The topic of today's episode is the very complex and often inflammatory subject of vaccine laws. In this episode, Tristin and Juanique delicately cover the subject in a way that focuses on medical freedom and personal responsibility for the choices we make for our bodies and the bodies of our family members. Tristin and Juanique want to make space for both sides of the argument and aren't trying to say one side is more correct than the other. They cover some of the history involved in the vaccine argument, as well as the research behind the topic. Listen in to get more informed about both sides of the argument.
3:45 Diving into the topic
13:50 Representing both sides of the argument
23:43 Getting into the safety aspects of vaccines
32:25 Gene mutation
40:36 Reactions to vaccines