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In this episode Joel and Antonia talk with Rob Carter about weight loss for personal development.

In this podcast you’ll find:

  • It is a mistake to ignore health while focusing on personal development.
  • Personal development is energy taxing. It takes a long time. Where do you get the energy to keep going if you aren’t caring for your health?
  • Rob Carter – life coach has lead people thru living life to their fullest
  • Swear statement: “I will never feel like this again.”
  • Pursue a life that feels a certain way
  • Intermittent fasting – 16/8
  • Cruciferous vegetables take more calories to digest (cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, broccoli, etc.).
  • Not always about working out.
  • Every person’s body is different.
  • Taking our weight seriously is sometimes the last thing we do.
  • Most people struggle with time management and prioritizing the important things
  • People need to associate their health with their life. You can’t feel good unless you take care of your body.
  • We take better care of our cars than our bodies.
  • Protein is five fat burning steps away from fat storage.
  • Carbs go straight to energy or fat.
  • Carb free diets burn fat but lose energy.
  • Relationship with the fork – Lose pounds by managing the fork.
  • Eating between the hours of 10:00 – 6:00.
  • Easy to conceptualize things when you’re in a good place.
  • Extreme – to exist at a high degree; to go to exaggerated lengths; to exceed what is usual, ordinary, or expected.
  • Extreme living: to live at a high level.
  • Everything you face is a prerequisite to the next thing.
  • Why wouldn’t we want to lead a life that exceeds what is considered usual and ordinary?

In this episode Joel and Antonia talk with Rob Carter about weight loss for personal development. #podcast #diet

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  • Stephanie INFJ
    • Stephanie INFJ
    • April 10, 2019 at 2:04 pm

    Hey guys! Loved this episode but I cannot find any information on Rob anymore. I know it’s an old one. Is he still out there somewhere? Maybe at s different website?

  • Antonia Dodge
    • Antonia Dodge
    • September 9, 2016 at 6:44 pm

    I think there’s nothing more controversial than health. No matter what position you take there’s going to be research to both support and deny it. My suspicion is that our bodies are so individualized no single health tip works for everyone. I like having all the resources available – including the ones that dissent from each other – in order to craft a plan for myself as a unique bodily structure.

    Thanks for the link!


  • Andreas
    • Andreas
    • September 9, 2016 at 4:38 pm

    I see some major contradictions here. people with higher protein intake tend to have higher body weight. check out Garth Davis, MD and what he has to say about Protein, Carbs, and Fat.

    ps.: love your podcast!

  • Antonia Dodge
    • Antonia Dodge
    • September 1, 2016 at 4:55 pm

    Thank you for the link! It’s a great read. I agree with you – everyone should be thoughtful and perform due diligence before adopting any diet changes.



  • Julia
    • Julia
    • August 31, 2016 at 5:58 pm

    As a woman who has dabbled in IF and seen friends try it, I just wanted to share a link that was a big “aha” moment for me. I looked for scientific articles to back it up, but there just isn’t enough research at this time. Mindful experimentation is great, but there are possible downsides to IF that us women should take into account.

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