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Inspirations: Journey Back to Health with Danette May (October 2013)

Season 4, Episode 27
Available worldwide
(57:28)
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Healthy lifestyle expert Danette May believes that fast food, fad diets and busy schedules have led to America’s obesity epidemic. Her no-nonsense solutions can be found in Eat, Drink and Shrink, her cookbook designed for today’s busy lifestyles, using five ingredients or less. More than just a healthy cook, May spreads her healthy inspiration worldwide through fitness and mind-body wellness. Here she shares her tips, tricks and secrets in an interview with host Lisa Garr, originally webcast on October 17, 2013, and offers sound advice for those who don’t know how or where to begin their journey back to health.

Danette May is the Founder of Mindful Health, LLC, which provides the tools, knowledge, and inspiration so that millions of people around the world can look and feel their best while living more healthy lives. As a certified fitness professional, Pilates instructor, and nutritionist for 13 years, she has changed the lives of thousands of people.

Lisa Garr
Danette May
English

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mnsotachick, posted on October 18, 2013

She had some good suggestions (get rid of diet sodas artificial sweeteners. Drink lemon water etc all great) and her exercise advise is good too.. I also agree with her- its 80% what you eat, not constantly working out that keeps you fit and healthy in mind, body and spirit. But I totally disagree with some of her dietary suggestions like all her usage of dairy products. Dairy causes both inflammation and is tremendously mucus forming. Its for baby cows not humans. There are many nut milks available and nut based products that are better choices. Also hemp is ver low allergen and is a great option over dairy products. And I wouldn't advise so much peanut as its such a high allergen for people and a major carrier of mold. But she looks great and says she feels great so her dietary methods clearly work for her. Personally, I would have to deeply questions some of her suggestions before implementing into my life as I found her advice inconsistent.

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