Diets? Stop The Madness and Listen To Your Body
In This Episode
Maintaining a healthy eating plan can feel insurmountable at times, so today Neal is speaking with Jeanette Bronee, a coach who has helped both companies and individuals lead their best lives.
Jeanette tells how she structures her meals based on how she wants to feel, both physically and mentally and why it’s so important to pay attention to how we react to what we eat.
She also discusses digesting plant fats vs. animal fats; her feelings on supplements and meal replacement shakes; and how to eat healthy at work.
- Where people go wrong when dieting
- Getting a diet started
- Understanding the body’s signals
- Planning meals
- Basic meal structure
- Digesting cooked animal fat
- Cooking oils
- Meal frequency
- Her feelings on supplements
- Her feelings on meal replacement shakes
- Eating well at work
All About Jeanette Bronee
Jeanette helps leaders & companies rethink performance and culture by asking better questions so they can lead themselves and their people better.
She shows how we can unlock what truly drives peak-performance, engagement and motivation from the inside out by creating a Culture of Care™ and why burnout prevention starts with understanding our core human needs at work as a catalyst for a healthy culture that grows sustainable success.
For the past 15 years, she has coached clients and delivered speeches about how physical health and emotional, mental and social well-being affect our resilience and performance so we can show-up, level-up and be busy, while also preventing stress and burnout.
She shows how our mindset affects our productivity and why self-care habits AT work are essential to create a human work-culture, because when we leave our humanity at the door when we go to work, we leave behind our most valuable resource for success.