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Episode 24: Significant Others Eating Style and Yoga Practices

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Alex will also be a guest on the Barbells and Bone Broth podcast with Kelsey Albers so keep your eyes out for that!

Husband/Significant Other Eating Styles

We discuss how we live and thrive with our significant others who eat differently from us.  We talk about how we deal with cooking multiple meals for all the members of your family and how we deal with bringing non-healthy foods into the house.  Additionally, we get into how to deal with trying to get a family to embrace a certain eating style when you believe that it’s the best thing for their health.

Yoga practices

Brittany goes into detail about all the different yoga styles and how they can be used for different health purposes. (She also refers to this comprehensive article on the different yoga styles.) We discuss what yoga has done for each of us and how we practice on a daily/weekly basis.  We also talk about how to use yoga as an adjunct to other forms of exercise and as a tool for gaining more stillness in your life.

Free Yoga Resources:

Yoga by Candace

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