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"Monday Matters with Holly Cochrane" dives into the heart of health and wellness, embracing the hard things we do. Hosted by gym owner and holistic counsellor, Holly Cochrane, this podcast brings you insights and strategies for thriving mentally, physically, nutritionally, and spiritually. Every episode is a blend of advice, personal stories, and practical tips to elevate your health journey. Join us every Monday to start your week with motivation, as we explore how comprehensive wellness tr ...
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Progressive overload, aka lifting a little bit heavier after a few sessions will help you avoid plateaus, gain overall strength, maintain muscle as you age and make you feel a sense of accomplishment. Not every day is PR day but if you aren't reaching for something just a little more challenging are you challenging yourself? Todays podcast is all a…
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Breathing to optimize health is not something I was born knowing how to do well. I have been learning the value of how to breathe and how it influences every system in my body. On today's podcast, I talk about how getting dialed in on your belly breath can help get rid of the belly.
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The body's natural stress response can dysregulate many physiological functions when emotional trauma remains unresolved. This heightened state of arousal and the mind-body connection can manifest in various physical symptoms. While these may be normal reactions initially, persistent physical issues with no clear medical cause could indicate the ef…
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Vitamin D helps reduce cortisol levels, improve insulin sensitivity, and promote weight loss through its effects on hormonal regulation, glucose metabolism, and adipogenesis. Sunshine can also increase Leptin and a feeling of fullness so we do less mindless eating when we are busy outside. I know I am sold on Sunshine!…
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If you know you are stressed out and starting to hold extra weight around your belly the food you eat can help to support lower levels of cortisol. On the Monday Matters with Holly Cochrane podcast this week I talk about the foods that are easy to work into your everyday meals to help reduce the hormone mid-section.…
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Cortisol is our stress hormone and we can't try to lose weight around the midsection and ignore the stressors in our life. Today's episode is all about Cortisol and 10 ways you can reduce it. 10 ways to lower cortisol Identify stressor and triage them Relaxation techniques breathing, quiet time, walks, sauna, yoga, journaling, creative outlets Eati…
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Hands up if you suspect you eat more calories than you need without even realizing it. I do this but I have done some work to be more mindful of the fuel I consume and the relationship I have with food. On todays Monday Matters Podcast I am going to share some strategies to stop the mindless eating. Take a listen and hit subscribe where you listen …
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I like to be able to research things that are useful for myself and my clients and then be able to find a way to communicate it that doesn't turn people off. Today's episode is my take on Magnesium, its role in our health and how to get enough through diet and supplementation. check out my website for DNA testing and send me a message if you want t…
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Mineral deficiency is a real thing amd most of us are affected by it, even if we don;t know it. Calcium, Iron, Zinc, Phosphorus and Magnesium are important minerals our bodies need to function and we can't create them, we need to get them from our food sources. On today's podcast I tell you how to determine if you may be mineral deficient and what …
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Leptin and Ghrelin, are complicated hormones that tell us when we are hungry and when we are full but because our hormones play in an orchestra they often get out of tune. Take a listen to today's podcast to understand your hormones and how they relate to the amount of food you eat.
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I kinda like Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh but we could only hang out for so long before I would start to get sucked into the woe-is-me mentality. Having a victim or a negative mindset can feel very natural if that is the environment you surround yourself with. Listen to this episode and take a minute to reflect on who is the Eeyore in your world, an…
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If you guessed the "F" word I use too often don't be disappointed but my new favourite word isn't that one. It is fibre. I have started to make this my new favorite F word because my hormones needed me to. I am great at finding protein sources but the older I got the more I needed to focus on my Fibre. It was a pretty simple way to help to balance …
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I want people to understand the value joy has on their overall health and well-being. Clients often give me a side eye when they want to lose their belly fat and I prescribe a funny sitcom or tea with a friend. What do you do that brings you joy? If you can't aswer that take a listen to todays podcast.…
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I want your opinion on the word excuses. I find it triggering and negative and an indicator of mindset. I much prefer to believe that sometimes there are obsticles and barriers that are reality that I haven't solved yet, but I do hard things so will tackle them. I want people to stop feeling negative with their excuses and give them the power to so…
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K2 is now offering Virtual Physiotherapy. If you have ailments and pain points that are keeping you from enjoying exercise you could benefit from the watchful eye of a physiotherapist. You can book your first online appointment by visiting my website at https://www.k2crosstraining.ca/
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Welcome to K2's "Subscribe to Thrive" – a transformative 12-month habit stacking program designed to guide you towards a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. This unique journey spread over a year, focuses on implementing one new habit each month, ensuring a gradual, manageable, and sustainable approach to personal development and wellness. Subscrib…
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Pam Horne is a Confidence & Calm Coach, specializing in Stress Management and Personal Organization. She focuses on helping women cultivate inner and outer calm so they can escape the feeling of constant chaos and feel in control of their daily lives. EFT, also known as Tapping, is one of the main tools that she uses in her coaching practice to hel…
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When I ask clients what they do for self care I often get the response "I don't know". This triggers my next question of "what have you been taught"? "Nothing" is the response. So if we are not taught about self care how would a person start to figure out what they needed. Tune in for valuable insights and inspiration if you're unsure about your ow…
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Ok, I found myself needing a pep talk now that December has arrived so I decided to turn on the microphone and record the pep talk I give myself when I start to feel overwhelmed. Here are my 10 strategies to thrive this season: Drink more water Find protein sources Move my body and get outside Choose the fun wisely Say no without guilt Lower my exp…
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I have known for years that lifting helped with my mental health. I am also aware that lifting can be triggering for people who have experienced trauma. I have informed my coaches about the trauma responses that can happen during exercise and today I wanted to share with the Monday Matters listeners about the connection between lifting weight and o…
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https://fastlikeagirl. There is a fast like a girl app that I highly recommend you use to keep track of the days and when/what you should be eating. Here are the phases with the kinds of foods to be eating. Power Phase 1 - Eat Ketobiotic Days 1-4 (13hours) Days 5 (15 hours) Days 6-10 (17 hours) Manifestation phase - Eat hormone feasting foods Days …
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Check out the new Monday Matters with Holly Cochrane podcast and ask yourself if you are feeling good, or are you feeling familiar? Do you do things you want to do, or do things because that is the way you have always done them? Do people say things like "drama follows you" or "you look for fights"? If you are curious if you feel good or familiar t…
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I have been doing a lot of research about the genetic make up my parents gifted me after completing my DNA study with NucleoGenex. I have the obesity gene and yet I do not believe obesity is genetic. Today I want to give you motivation and hope to change the direction of your family's medical history. Take a listen and get excited to prioritize wha…
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I talk about heartburn with a lot of my nutrition clients and I find it interesting that most of them who suffer have talked to their doctor and received medicaiton but haven't been asked to find out if they can get to the root cause of the heartburn and heal that. If you suffer you might want to take a listen.…
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My passion for Functional Medicine means I want people to try to learn what they don't know yet about the medications they are being prescribed. I was challenged on my language the other day when I proudly said one of my clients was no longer taking their medication...that pride isn't changing but the way I talk will. Take a listen to my opinion ab…
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Today I am sharing my personal views on weight loss drugs like ozempic, which is a drug orginally designed for type 2 diabetics. I have been able to find some positives but I am concerned with the amount of gut health side effects they cause and truly believe our gut health is our foundation to overall health. If you are curious about the newest we…
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There has been a lot of research done proving the health benefits of volunteering but what does that balance look like? Are you healthy enough to be able to get the benefits of being a volunteer? Are you doing too much? Today is the day for you to give some thought to the new season of fall and how much should you be doing?…
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In Social Work, we learned about Maslow's Hierarchy of needs and everyday when I work with people I find myself directing them back to that foundation. When you focus on building a strong foundation the ability to move forward is easier. Take a listen and decide how solid is YOUR foundation.
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