Kate Geagan is an award-winning dietitian and nutritionist who has helped millions of people discover and love foods that promote a healthy lifestyle. She is the author of Go Green Get Lean: Trim Your Waistline with the Ultimate Low-Carbon Footprint Diet, a book about eating a diet that not only promotes healthy weight loss, but also helps protect the planet. She also works with forward-thinking companies to empower eaters and build a more sustainable future.
Pioneer, changemaker, speaker, author, and mother; Kate Geagan plays so many roles in her life, it’s amazing how she manages to keep them all in balance.
Kate joins us today to share her wisdom and experience when it comes to a healthy diet. She explains how a trip to Italy made her choose a career in nutrition, provides insight on the building blocks of every healthy diet, and shares tips on what to fill our cart with the next time we go buy groceries.
“The good news is you are not your genes because environment is activation.” Kate Geagan
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- What is genomics?
- The original purpose of nutrition.
- Aside from sustenance, how should we view food?
- What does Kate say to people who think being on a diet means getting rid of everything that “tastes good”?
- Her grocery shopping tips when choosing the right foods to eat.
- Why whole foods are optimal for our body’s functions.
- Kate’s five health principles to have a healthy lifestyle.
- We want to feel confidence in what we are choosing to put in our bodies.
- You should be eating your calories and drinking water, tea, and coffee.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Go Green, Get Lean: Trim Your Waistline with the Ultimate Low Carbon Footprint Diet book by Kate Geagan
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