On this episode of the Old School Food Freedom Podcast, FINDINGbalance Executive Director and host Chrissy Kirkman is joined by special guest Dr. Alisa Shanks to discuss the importance of protecting your heart during January diet frenzy. This is PART 1 of a two-episode discussion on this topic!
As the new year begins, it’s common for people to set weight loss goals and start restrictive diets, but we’re here to help you flip the script with a focus on nourishing and caring for your body rather than trying to conform to societal standards.
Dr. Shanks shares her expertise on the topic and offers practical tips for how to prioritize self-care and protect your heart during the process. Tune in to learn how to navigate diet culture and make healthy choices that honor both your body and your faith.
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