In this dynamic and direct conversation, Dr. Bojana Jankovic Weatherly, a board certified internist and integrative medicine physician, discusses how to stop eating habits that are not serving us, how to cultivate a growth mindset and why this is important, and how to lose weight for good, with Josh LaJaunie and Howard Jacobson.
Through their personal experiences and health coaching work where they’ve helped many people transform their bodies and their lives, Howard and Josh answer the following questions, among many others:
*How can I trust myself that my weight loss is really going to work this time? *Should we set goals when it comes to our weight and physical strength? *What does it mean to have a growth mindset and why it’s important when it comes to losing weight? *Having lost over 220 lbs, what are Josh’s tips on getting through this time of stress, uncertainty and shelter in place, when we are more likely overeat and indulge in unhealthy food? *How to hold yourself accountable for your health decisions and make a better choice next time, without beating yourself up about eating that bag of chips?
Josh LaJaunie is an ultramarathoner, author and health coach, who has achieved what most consider an unattainable transformation and lost more than 220 lbs. He is the co-founder and Chief Brand Ambassador of WellStart Health.
Among his many appearances, he has been featured on The Today Show, Good Morning America, People magazine and Runner’s World magazine.
Howard Jacobson, PhD, is a health coach, author and educator, co-founder and Chief of Behavioral Science at WellStart Health, and founder of the WellStart Health Coaching Academy.
He hosts the popular Plant Yourself Podcast, which is in its seventh year.
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