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If there was ever a year to learn more about how certain herbs can reduce stress, it has to be 2020, right? In today’s episode, my guest — Vicki Shanta Retelny — explains how certain herbs known as “adaptogens” help your body adapt to stress by acting on the neuroendocrine system to thwart our stress response. Vicki*, a fellow registered dietitian …
 
I typically reserve Odds & Ends Episodes for times when there's been a lot to catch up later in the season. But there's been so much happening since Season 3 ended, over the summer and in recent weeks, I wanted us to catch up on a few things sooner rather than later. In this episode: A recap of recent recipes on ThisUnmillennialLife.com My (unpaid)…
 
HOW TO ENTER THIS GIVEAWAY SPONSORED BY NATURE NATE'S HONEY COMPANY: Tell me either via email regan@thisunmillenniallife.com, on Facebook, in the Facebook Group OR on Instagram about something sweet that's happened to you in 2020. You'll be entered for a chance to win one of three $50 Visa gift cards to sweeten up the remainder of 2020. Bonus entry…
 
Kicking off Season 4 of the podcast is the much-awaited and anticipated Migraine Episode. Recorded (and promised to listeners) at the end of Season 3, this episode has been a long time coming. As a migraine sufferer myself, I’ve struggled off and on over the years to determine triggers and find the best preventative treatment. Today’s episode featu…
 
Joining me in today’s show is Dr. Gabriel Smolarz. He is the medical director of obesity in US Medical Affairs at Novo Nordisk, Inc. in Plainsboro NJ. He is also Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and a practicing endocrinologist in NJ. He is board-certified in Endocrinology as well as Obesity Med…
 
Here’s a likely scenario: Someone recently offered you sourdough starter and you thought “I love sourdough! Why not? How hard can it be?” Then, you start reading and get overwhelmed. Don’t toss out that starter just yet. This guide to getting started with starter can help. (A note from Regan: Before you even start reading, I have one piece of advic…
 
Joining me in this episode is Dr. Chris Mohr, a frequent guest on the podcast who – along with his wife Kara – specializes in the importance of sleep for overall health and wellness. Recently, Chris wrapped up an article for Men’s Health that involved testing products geared toward helping us recover during sleep, especially following exercise but …
 
A Note from Regan: When this podcast was originally recorded, health & wellness had a very different meaning than the acute health crisis we found ourselves in as of the date of this post — April 6, 2020. When you listen, please keep that in mind. The recommendations given are meant for a time when health routines and daily living return to normal.…
 
Today’s episode is all about Magnesium — the mineral that every body needs to run better. In this episode, you’ll learn about assessing your current total nutrition to see if you give your body enough magnesium to help your sleep, bones, digestion, hormones, metabolism, and muscles work better. Joining me today is dietitian Ashley Koff. With over t…
 
As we all settle in to this new routine, I'm popping into your podcast app to give a quick update on what to expect from me moving forward. Have a listen and please... connect me with me outside of the podcast. I'd love to see you in the Facebook Group and/or on Instagram. Take care. Stay Safe. And Stay Home if you can. ~Regan…
 
Today's bonus episode is a discussion of the recommendations I and fellow registered dietitians recently shared with Janet Helm for this U.S. News and World Report article entitled "Would You Be Ready If You Needed To Self-Quarantine?"द्वारा Regan Jones, RDN
 
Often discussed as personality imperfections and struggles, people initially seem fascinated with knowing their Enneagram number. But what some experts say is missing is a quest to go deeper into Enneagram growth and use that knowledge for personal growth and enlightenment. In today’s episode, I’m joined by blogger and former ministry leader, Tim B…
 
I'm changing the release schedule this week and airing what would normally be the {wednesday rewind} today instead. On Wednesday, I'll release a new episode that builds on this Enneagram episode. Here are the notes from when this episode originally aired: To kick off Season 3 of the podcast, I interviewed YourEnneagramCoach, Beth McCord. After foll…
 
Today's {wednesday rewind} is brought to you by DexaFit Atlanta. DexaFit Atlanta, your premier provider of medical-grade diagnostic body composition and metabolic testing, is offering listeners of This Unmillennial Life a 10% discount on any purchase of any package by booking at Dexafit.com and mentioning the code “UNMILLENNIAL” at checkout. Tons o…
 
As one of the most popular films on Netflix at the moment, The Game Changers Movie has elevated the conversation about plant-based and vegan eating for elite athletes, weekend warriors and general fitness fans to an all-time high. While the film has no shortage of supporters, critiques of the film are also pretty easy to come by. From articles like…
 
If a friend told you her aging mother had found a new salve that eased arthritis pain in her hands, you’d be happy for her, right? What if you noticed a co-worker missing fewer days from work after trying a new migraine prevention protocol – a good thing, no? What if both of them told you the treatment involved cannabis or “medical marijuana”? Woul…
 
Joining me in this episode is Holistic Cannabis Practitioner and fellow Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Janice Bissex. I interviewed Janice in Season 1 of the podcast in The Cannabis Episode. Today she’s back to focus solely on CBD — its benefits, uses, and recommendations for dosing. While people have increasingly become familiar with the term …
 
Experts say nearly 45 million kids play sports in the U.S. and of those, 3 to 5 million experience some form of brain injury like a concussion each year. In this two-part podcast series, one mom shares her son's story following a traumatic brain injury suffered during a basketball game. In Part 2, I interview the nation's leading expert on targeted…
 
Experts say nearly 45 million kids play sports in the U.S. and of those, 3 to 5 million experience some form of brain injury like a concussion each year. In this two-part podcast series, one mom shares her son's story following a traumatic brain injury suffered during a basketball game. In Part 2, I interview the nation's leading expert on targeted…
 
Not ready for retirement, but clearly not new to the workforce, many unmillennials find themselves at a crossroads of their careers wondering “Is this all there is?” This podcast takes a deeper look into the idea of career burnout, what’s behind it and how to overcome it. Beth Kennedy, author of Career Recharge (affiliate link) and today’s podcast …
 
Everyone has it. Nobody wants to talk about it. Gas can be a normal by-product of digestion, but not always. Today's episode discusses why. In this episode, I'm joined again by friend and fellow registered dietitian, Kate Scarlata -- one of the nation's leading experts on all things gut health. In this show, we discuss: What's normal and what's not…
 
Fasting with food may sound like an oxymoron. But according to leading longevity researchers, it's the best, safest & easiest approach to creating the type of "metabolic stress" that triggers the body to start a process of cellular cleaning known for improving not only life span but also healthspan. In the first episode (no. 76) of a two-part serie…
 
Fasting with food may sound like an oxymoron. But according to leading longevity researchers, it's the best, safest & easiest approach to creating the type of "metabolic stress" that triggers the body to start a process of cellular cleaning known for improving not only life span but also healthspan. In the first episode (no. 76) of a two-part serie…
 
We've all heard that it's important to save for a rainy day. But what about saving for the many sunny days, weeks, months and years you hope to enjoy after retirement? Financial experts say the best time to start that saving process was yesterday. But for GenX unmillennials, there's still time to start today. In this episode of the podcast, I inter…
 
Somewhere around the age of 11 children begin to change, embarking on what today’s guest calls “The Middle School Construction Project.” As they begin to develop an adult body, an adult brain, and an adult identity, parents may be faced with a new dynamic in engaging with their child that provides a whole new set of challenges. Today’s guest is Mic…
 
Dry January. Sober September. No Drink November. No matter what it's called or when it's done, it's the same thing -- a month-long alcohol-free experience. It's also something I never thought I'd try... until I did. This past September I made a commitment to go alcohol-free for 30 days. Today's episode is about what I experienced. For a few years n…
 
Is juicing good for you? It’s a question often asked of dietitians, but can be met with mixed messages. Today’s episode on juicing unpacks the potential of juicing for health, addresses who benefits most and discusses what fruits & veggies are best to juice. In this episode with Danielle Omar, author of Skinny Juices: 101 Juice Recipes for Detox an…
 
After years of overplucking, you want lush brows. Is microblading for you? Here's everything you need to know about microblading for eyebrows. In today's episode, I'm interviewing my friend Betsy, who is no stranger to microblading. In this show we discuss: How she got interested in having microblading How long she's been getting microblading done …
 
The popularity of DNA testing is widespread, but what, if anything can our DNA tell us about the food we should eat and the exercises we should do? Understanding nutrigenomics — the scientific study of the interaction of nutrition and genes, especially with regard to the prevention or treatment of disease — may provide some answers. In this episode…
 
Get a breast lift vs. breast implants? It's a decision some women in midlife may be thinking about. Pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss and aging can all lead to changes in a woman's breasts that she may want to alter. Today's episode details one woman's decision to get a breast lift, her experience, and recovery. Joining me in this episode is my…
 
Walk down the supplement aisle of any pharmacy or supermarket and you’ll no doubt notice shelves full of probiotics and prebiotics promoting gut health. But what, if any, benefit do these products really provide? Today’s show features frequent podcast guest and gut health expert, Kate Scarlata. Kate’s previous appearances on both The Poop Episode a…
 
As unmillennial parents of kids playing sports, our days of providing the occasional sideline snack have given way to weeks of fueling kids for tournaments, meets and more. But as we are constantly reminded — tweens and teens are not simply small adults. They are growing at a rapid pace, which yields nutrition needs far different from those of thei…
 
With one out of every 68 children in the U.S. having an Autism Spectrum Disorder, the likelihood is high that you and your children know a family who has received this diagnosis. And while you may know some things about the suspected causes and some of the current research around Autism, how much do you really know about supporting these families, …
 
Hey there! It's Regan and rest-assured this is NOT a {rewind} from previous episodes. It's a quick listen of an all-new Odds and Ends episode to get us caught up on a few items I haven't been able to share in previous episodes. I'll cover episodes you can expect in the future, including a potential recap of my Sober September personal challenge, a …
 
Often marketed as a means to help current smokers quit, e-cigarettes have unfortunately given birth to an entirely new generation of inhalers. The popularity of vaping among teens is on the rise, with Juuling leading the way. Parents who listen to the show have expressed concerned about the popularity of Juuling and risks associated with vaping and…
 
I’ll admit that when today’s guest originally pitched me the notion of doing an episode on “self-care” I had a twinge of cynicism that made me second guess the idea. Historically, especially when I had younger children, I viewed self-care (and frankly the people who promoted it) as a concept reserved for only those who had more time on their hands …
 
We may be known these days as unmillennials, but at one time we were "latch-key" kids. And as such, most of us arrived home in the afternoons to man the fort either alone or with our siblings and very likely were met with a daily list of chores our parent or parents left for us. So when we find ourselves deep in parenting this new iGen generation a…
 
You've heard your friends say the Instant Pot changed their lives, but all yours is doing is {at best} cooking rice and {at worst} simply collecting dust. Annemarie Rossi of Real Food Real Deals joins me in this episode to unlock all the best ideas for what to make in an Instant Pot. As a food blogger with page after page of family-friendly Instant…
 
As a generation raised during the rise of cableTV, unmillennials may find themselves a little slower to "cut the cord" than their younger millennial counterparts. But the cost-savings and freedom of choice for channels make cord-cutting appealing to many customers, no matter their age. In today's episode, I interview Luke Buoma of Cord Cutters News…
 
Today's episode is one that I will never forget. It features "Lisa" as she details the story of her son's suicide attempts and what her family has been through since the first moment of his hospitalization. Lisa's is a deeply personal story recounting what the healing process looks like for her son (which she describes as "not being a linear proces…
 
If your trips to the gym aren't producing results, is it time to consider hiring a personal trainer? Viewed by some as a luxury item only few can afford, personal trainers can actually be a cost-effective way to ensure you're getting the most from your workouts. Today's show uncovers the reasons why a personal trainer might be a good choice and mor…
 
If you’re spending hours at the gym on the treadmill, attending back-to-back boot camps each week or simply pushing yourself to sweat as much and as often as possible and STILL aren’t seeing the results you’d hoped for, you may need to ask yourself — How Much Cardio Is Too Much? According to today’s guest, Leslie Ann Quillen — host of the podcast G…
 
He doesn't get invited to birthday parties. She says nobody wanted to sign her yearbook. He reports sitting alone most days at lunch. She can't tell you a single "good" thing that happened at school. Lessons about getting along as a kid used to be learned playing hide-and-seek in a neighbor's backyard or picking up a basketball game on the street c…
 
Internal motivation and Healthy Eating -- Is there a connection between the Enneagram and Nutrition? This podcast guest says the answer is YES! In last week's Season 3 premiere I interviewed YourEnneagramCoach, Beth McCord to discuss the origins of the Enneagram, how the Enneagram is different from other "personality" tests, why motivation is the k…
 
To kick off Season 3 of the podcast, I interviewed YourEnneagramCoach, Beth McCord. After following Beth on social media and then listening to her as a guest on Annie F. Down's "EnneaSummer" podcast series over the summer myself, I knew I wanted to have her on the show. As a teacher for over 15 years, Beth is passionate about coming alongside indiv…
 
The life of the unmillennial is clearly filled with some serious topics -- are you saving enough for retirement, have you reached the peak of your career and why do the aches/pains that used to disappear linger these days? Those are all worth topics to feature on the show, but that's absolutely NOT what we're discussing today. 'Cause a girl's gotta…
 
As unmillennials we've lived through our share of diet crazes. We've been told what to eat and what not to eat for weight loss, heart health, cancer prevention and more. But what if all this talk about the "what" should've really been talk about the "when"? Intermittent fasting has taken hold in recent years as one of the most popular approaches to…
 
As unmillennials we've lived through our share of diet crazes. We've been told what to eat and what not to eat for weight loss, heart health, cancer prevention and more. But what if all this talk about the "what" should've really been talk about the "when"? Intermittent fasting has taken hold in recent years as one of the most popular approaches to…
 
Known as "The Greatest Generation," people born before 1945 witnessed incredible changes throughout their lives, and perhaps most notable were the changes seen in technology. As the years pass quickly by, we are losing more and more members of this generation and with them, the wisdom of what a world looks like untouched by the digital revolution. …
 
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