Master Your Health Podcast

 

Hosted by Amanda Meixner & Christopher Rocchio

New Episodes!

The Master Your Health Podcast is about more than just physical fitness and conscious eating. We aim to optimize, so we want to share the best knowledge and practices on a range of topics that we feel can help you build a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.

Episode 41: How to Make Fitness Fun for Your Kids with Anna Forcelledo

The habits that we create in our childhood play such a huge role in the rest of our lives- especially when it comes to physical health. That’s why it’s so important for kids to learn about proper nutrition, exercise and overall physical education. In this episode we talk with, Anna Forcelledo, a 7th grade PE teacher who is a pro when it comes to creating programs/circuits, motivating children, and teaching PE in a way that makes it enjoyable, fun, and informative.

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40: Unlock Your Full Learning Potential with Jim Kwik

Learning is one of those things we’ve done our whole lives, right? Well Jim Kwik, a widely recognized world expert in memory improvement, brain optimization, and accelerated learning, has broken down how to learn efficiently through investigating the learning process...

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Episode 39: Metabolism: Balancing the Focus Between Calories & Hormones with Dr. Jade Teta

There is much debate over the “best way” to optimize a person’s metabolic health. The truth is that your metabolism requires a more complicated approach than one “this or that” answer. That’s why we asked Dr. Jade Teta, a naturopathic physician and metabolic expert, to break down the science for us and share what he has learned. In this episode, Dr. Teta explains his fantastic analogy for how the metabolism operates, why everyone’s metabolism is unique, how to optimize it, and so much more. 

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Episode 38: How I Overcame My Eating Disorder

Having a healthy relationship with food is crucial to your health journey whether you’re eating too much or you’re eating too little. In this episode, I (Amanda) share about my past experience with an eating disorder that I had going into high school, how it affected my life, and how I overcame it. We also talk about some common dangerous effects of disordered eating and tips to help with recovery/supporting your body with the right nutrients.

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Episode 37: What’s in Our Water Supplies?

So much of us is composed of water, so it’s really important to pay attention to where you’re getting your water from and how you’re filtering it. In this episode, we break down the facts about what’s in our water supply, how it can affect the human body, and why we...

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36: How to Optimize Recovery Part 2: Post-Surgery/Injury

Recovering after an injury or surgical operation takes time and patience. However there are some simple things that you can do afterwards to help speed up the recovery process and make it as seamless as possible! In this episode we share some of our top tips for...

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Episode 35: Recovery Pt. 1: Post-Workout Recovery

If you crush a workout but don’t do anything after for muscle recovery, you’re doing yourself a great disservice. Skipping muscle recovery can lead to injury, decreased performance, poor sleep, etc. In this episode, we discuss the many benefits of post-workout muscle recovery, how to speed it up, different methods, and so much more so that you can make the most out of your exercise.

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Episode 34: How to Build a Better Brain

When it comes to the human body, one of the most crucial organs that sets us apart from other species is the brain. In this episode we dive into all things brain health, including what makes it unique, ways to optimize it, how it can affect other aspects of your health, and so much more.

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Episode 32: Calories & Macros 101

There are three basic components to every diet: carbs, protein, and fat. These macro nutrients that make up our food can be tracked and consumed strategically in order to optimize performance and hit goals (although it’s not necessary for success). In this episode we dive into why tracking calories and macros can be helpful for some, how to calculate the correct amounts for you, when to adjust, and more.

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