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A lot has changed since we launched the Whole9 in 2009 — a lot. For one, I’ve moved on from Whole30 to my own exploration of living well, started the More Social Less Media Program, and am writing a new book that releases in early 2020. I’ve also simplified […] Continue Reading ->
This week we’re talking about Weight Loss — the myths, the methods, and the massive struggle it represents for the majority of Americans today. Starting with our own frustration with the muddled messages often broadcast on this topic, we strive to set the record straight. From the madness […] Continue Reading ->
For a lot of my life, I tried hard to pass for normal, to go along with what society told me would make me worthy, good, desirable. That didn’t go so well. I felt sad, sick, scared, heavy and slow — in both body and mind. I felt […] Continue Reading ->
Adapted from A Mind of Your Own by Kelly Brogan, MD Psychiatry: A Very Special Specialty Psychiatry, unlike other fields of medicine, is based on a highly subjective diagnostic system. Essentially you sit in the office with a physician and you are labeled based on the doctor’s opinion […] Continue Reading ->
Whole9 guest post by Peter Hirsh, a nationally certified personal trainer and kettlebell instructor who has been teaching and training with kettlebells for over ten years I have written a few posts for Whole9 about getting started with kettlebells. Kettlebells are an excellent fitness tool and can provide […] Continue Reading ->
Whole9 guest post by Coach Rut, who has over a quarter century of fitness coaching experience and holds academic degrees in biology and physical education, and Master’s degrees in exercise physiology and sports biomechanics. If you read the reports and the statistics, most people aren’t really getting more fit […] Continue Reading ->
A Whole9 guest post by Kate Galliett, creator of Fit for Real Life and The Unbreakable Body, an online strength and mobility program If you want to create a habit change in your life that sticks, one crucial element is the belief that you can do it.  But […] Continue Reading ->
A Whole9 guest post by Emily Deans M.D., a board certified psychiatrist with a practice in Massachusetts who teaches psychiatry at Harvard Medical School One of the reasons mental health problems can be so difficult and debilitating is that they tend to start when someone is quite young. […] Continue Reading ->

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