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Episode 100: Turning the Tables: Ali is interviewed

In place of our normal intro, I want to thank our Insatiable community for such an epic start to the podcast.

Yes, at 100, we are just getting started!

I love the thinking and conversations Insatiable has sparked, as debating ideas is one of my favorite things in the entire world.

Especially around our health and bodies, which is one of the greatest mysteries among the grandest mystery of life.

Thank you for inviting me into your lives. Thank you for your questions, your feedback and sharing it with the people in your lives. And special thank you to those of you have left reviews.

I also want to say a special thank-you to Juliet, one of the original hosts for starting Insatiable with me and being such a standout human being. I was just at her wedding last month and was reminded of how powerful that girl is. So thank you Juliet for your gifts and spark to get Insatiable rolling.

And I also want to thank all the incredible guests we’ve had on the podcast. I have learned so much. So much. One reason I love the health field is you have some of the most amazing, giving, altruistic people.

You don’t get into health if you don’t care about humanity. So thank you to all our guests, my clients included. I am so grateful for all of you sharing your stories. Sharing your work. Sharing the talents and gifts you’ve spent time cultivating. We are all better for it.

And with that, let’s get to Episode 100, where my client Liza turns the tables and interviews me! We get into the influences of my work, the important healing reasons I designed Truce with Food the way it is and what I’m working on in my own health and with my work to support more people becoming liberated in their bodies and lives.

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Episode #99: What’s underneath “I need to diet” with Health Coach Laura Folkes

For many people, the feeling of “I need to diet” is the background music of their lives. Sometimes it’s at lower volumes and then sometimes, it’s at so loud it drives a panic to find a new diet or approach to quiet the thoughts down.

In today’s episode, we talk with my client Laura Folkes about:

  1. Her journey of losing 60 pounds yet finding herself trapped in the fear of gaining the weight back that lead to a battle with food
  2. How adding in this food group was life-changing and helped stabilize her thoughts and appetite around food
  3. What she discovered was really happening underneath feeling fat and like she needed to count points again to lose weight

Laura B. Folkes is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) and is a Certified Holistic Health Coach. She supports busy adults who know what they should be eating but have a hard time sticking to it by helping them identify the root cause of what’s keeping them from sticking to what they know works. She ensures her clients don’t feel deprived by guiding them to make small, incremental changes so the journey is more enjoyable. After successfully losing 60 pounds and working through her own emotional relationship with food, Laura recognizes there are many factors keeping individuals from sticking to what they know works but it’s her mission to help others overcome these factors to become healthier and happier.

To learn more visit or contact Laura at

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Episode #98: Work-out vs. Food Willpower

Most people think they aren’t reaching their health goals because of a lack of willpower. In this episode, I dispel this myth and discuss:

  1. The different types of discipline required to be consistent with working out versus food
  2. The importance of not pushing through your physical hunger and how that back fires
  3. How to start to build the discipline required to understand your “makes no sense” eating

I include some questions to start to develop the discipline to stay with your emotions when you find yourself saying “this makes no sense” around your eating.

Photo credit: Aral Tasher

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Episode #97: Physical Therapy: What is it and when do I need it? with PT Karen Emery

Many people have an image of physical therapy based on a bad experience from a friend or family memeber or that it’s only relevant after a major trauma like a stroke. But that’s not true! One of it’s superpowers is the ability to get to the root cause of chronic pain issues like back and neck pain.

In today’s episode, I sit down with my client Karen Emery, who is a physical therapist to discuss how the you can use PT in your own life. We discuss:

  1. The unexpected reasons you might want to see a PT instead of starting to explore your pain with an MRI or CT scan.
  2. How your doctor might not even be aware of when to refer you to a PT and how you can be a better advocate for getting pain relief.
  3. How to access and find a phenomenal PT for you as well as movement guidelines for health and better posture.

Karen also shares some stretches we can do. Here is a visual of the stretches Karen referenced.

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