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Healthy Eating


“Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates

 

Host Julia is a fifteen-year-old female teen athlete, competing nationally in multisports including triathlon and aquathlon. She offers tips on personalizing one’s eating habits to stay healthy. There is no one-size-fits-all. Diet trends and fads don’t last, but our body is with us to the end. Julia interviews author, Sandy Robertson, with the 2nd edition of her book, Why Am I Eating This? Is This the Nourishment I Need? +*Sandy informs us that it takes 20 minutes for our brain to register that we have consumed enough. We need to slow down and pause. Gratitude and self-care are part of loving ourselves and nourishing ourselves. Stop rushing. Take the time to savor each bite. Emotions affect our eating habits. When we are stressed, we tend to try to self-soothe. Food is comfort. Pay attention to our patterns so that we don’t let our emotions govern what and how much we eat. Eating disorders of eating too much or too little are prevalent today. Talk to an expert and get support if your eating routines are out of whack. Keep a food or self-care journal. Ask yourself if you are physically hungry. Do you have fun in your life? Are you sleeping enough? Be mindful when eating. Pay attention to the colors, textures, and tastes. What makes us unique is that everybody is different. Perfection is not possible. It’s not the goal. Love yourself. Eat mindfully! Eat healthily. We only have one body. Be kind to it.

 

 

Bio: Sandy Robertson

For more than twenty-five years, Sandy Robertson, RN, MSN, PH-CNS, Board Certified Holistic Nurse (HN-BC), Certified Medical Intuitive (CMIP), and Certified Healing Touch Practitioner (CHTP), has deftly woven the traditional art and science of medicine with mind-body approaches to well-being. She is a highly sought healing guide in private practice and a notable corporate healthcare systems leader/educator in the forefront of integrative, complementary and holistic approaches to health and wellness.  Sandy Robertson, RN, MSN, PH-CNS, is an author, Board Certified Holistic Nurse (HN-BC). For the past 25 years she has been a notable corporate and healthcare systems manager/leader/educator of wellness and obesity programs and she has been in the forefront of integrative, complementary, and mind/body approaches to behavior change. She is also a Certified Medical Intuitive (CMIP), and Certified Healing Touch Practitioner (CHTP) who weaves the traditional art and science of medicine with mind-body approaches to well-being. More recently, seeking personal, deeper mind-body wisdom, Medical Intuition captured her attention as an insightful tool to better understand health issues and help focus healing approaches.

In her private practice, Sandy delights in providing guidance and healing support to her clients with intuitive energy assessments, energy balancing, and mind-body-spirit energy coaching services that are grounded in her extraordinary depth of training and experience.

To contact Sandy, visit www.energyworkswisdom.com

 

Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/150174/healthy-eating


 

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