Are you ready to live? Really live that feeling good life you desire to live? Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Feeling Good Podcast, it’s great to be alive. The question of this feel good day is, “Can I eat sweet potato fries if I’ve been practicing clean eating?” — What do you think? Listen in to find out the answer and learn about cleaner eating, the date of my upcoming free online training, using the plate method to create balanced meals, and more feeling good health tips!
Key Takeaways from This Podcast:
[3:15] Find out how Dr. Phil eats his sweet potatoes.
[3:48] What Dr. Phil teaches about cleaner eating — eating less processed foods and eating more fresh and frozen foods.
[5:57] Find out Dr. Phil’s favorite source of protein and what to look for when choosing protein-rich foods.
[7:15] Discover how to use Dr. Phil’s plate method to eat fresh and healthy foods and control your blood sugar.
[9:59] How to add ‘good fat’ to your plate to create a complete, balanced meal.
[12:41] To learn more about clean eating and the 7 keys for healthy living, check out Dr. Phil’s free online training on September 28 at 7 PM CT on Facebook Live.
[14:04] Dr. Phil talks about an article, published in Clean Eating magazine, that gives 10 compelling reasons to eat clean.
[17:25] Share this podcast with your friends on Facebook or Twitter using #naturallyfocused for a chance to win a really nice, comfort colored t-shirt!
[17:49] This episode’s Feeling Good Superheros are Jamie and Aaron. They each have lost 20 lb from clean eating and regular exercise.
[20:46] Have health questions? Visit carsonnatural.com & click on the ‘Ask Dr. Phil’ microphone to record your questions or email them to [email protected].
Mentioned in This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
Carson Natural Health & Wellness Consulting – Facebook page
Dr. Laura Washington
Email your questions to: [email protected]
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