Oathealth Podcast Episode 7

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Episode #7, June 25, 2009

Show Notes

News:

Research

Main Topic:

“Find and Avoid Heavily Processed Foods”

  • Look for real food in your diet
  • Eat food in its least processed state
  • Eat a balance- there is a great variety in food choices that we do not take advantage of
  • Control what you can when you can and don’t worry about the rest.

Weekly Health Challenge

  • Matt and Joe encourage you to participate in small weekly personal challenges to become more aware and take small steps to improve your dietary habits.
  • They’ll challenge you to take one new step each week. Not just that they will take the challenge themselves each week.
  • Matt and Joe will report how they did with each challenge. You can learn along with them as they experience their own successes and failures

Challenge #2: Become Aware of Hydrogenated and Partially Hydrogenated oil

  • This issue is incredibly important, and we’ll continue to highlight upon this until it’s completely removed from our food.
  • Why focus on this?
    • Hydrogenated and partially-hydrogenated oils are used in many food products.  Their intake can be tied to many severe health complications, heart disease being one of them.
  • Where is it found:
    • Most processed foods, especially those which are fried, or are solid when stored at room temperature

Weekly Health Challenge Naming Contest:

We need your help! Think of a catchy name for the “Weekly Health Challenge” segment of our show. Keep in mind the name should capture the idea that improving your health is about doing one step at a time.

Submit your best idea below by using the comment form. Leave your name and email. We’ll pick the one that best depicks our goals for the challenge. If we pick your idea as the winner, we’ll send you 4 22 Serving Canisters of Nutrim for free.

Comments

  1. Laurie A. Traphagen says:

    I chose the following caption for your show:

    Want to improve your health? Use this step by step technique!

  2. Larry Rossi says:

    Caption for show:

    Baby Steps for Improved Health.

    (Comes from great comedy movie “What about Bob” where phychiatrist uses technique called “baby steps” to take things one step at a time to help clients get better. Just as a baby builds on smaller steps which gradually become routine health changes can be made to be routine.)

  3. Kate York says:

    Step by Step to a healthier you.

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