Episode 18: Eating for YOUR Body
Emma Gould is the owner and founder of Organically Emma Health & Wellness. She is a certified personal trainer, nutrition, and health coach who teaches women how to gain a deeper understanding of their bodies, and get strong both mentally and physically through exercise and nutrition that works for them.
Emma began Organically Emma Health & Wellness as a place where she could teach others that reaching health goals doesn't have to be complicated and unenjoyable. She teaches women how to take charge of their health by finding the proper fitness and nutrition regime that will work for them specifically; their body type, lifestyle, and what they love.
Emma is on the podcast today to talk about eating and caring for different body types. In this episode, we cover:
Different body types and how to eat for each one
Debunking the myths surrounding intuitive eating
Embracing your body type in the season that you are in and remain flexible in how you care for the body that you have today
How a simple detox can help you find what your body needs
In this show, we mention:
The Go-Girl Guide to Surviving Your 20s by Julia Bourland
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