Sunny welcomes back the show leading inflammation expert, Jenny Carr. We’ll be discussing her brand new book, The Clean-Eating Kid. Tune in and learn how you and your kids can reverse chronic health symptoms by adopting an anti-inflammatory diet.Website: https://jenny-carr-80e8.mykajabi.com/the-clean-eating-kid
Reversing Chronic Symptoms- Jenny Carr's Secret To An Anti-Inflammatory Diet
Living Your Life with Lianne Laing
Jenny specializes in removing inflammation from the body through clean eating, movement & elegant thinking. Fiercely committed to helping people of ALL ages gain health and vibrancy, Jenny has created a number of options under the parent company Jenny Carr Health to help you live life to its fullest! By removing inflammation from the body, Jenny guides her clients into new levels of self-care where they discover joy and well-being. A certified personal trainer, health coach, fitness nutrition coach, and Deeksha Giver, Jenny uses many tools to help her clients meet their individualized goals. AND if that’s not enough… Jenny is an international best-selling author of Peace of Cake. and expert in the area of inflammation. Once you listen to her story you will be amazed at her fortitude and strength. Not long after the birth of her second child, she found herself bedridden, literally fighting for her life. Jenny was often at death's door fighting chronic Lyme disease, international parasites that were eating her organs and extreme inflammation. At times she could not speak and suffered paralysis. Jenny’s understanding of the drastic impact inflammation has on the body and mind helped her heal both mind, body, and soul! Listen as Jenny shares how chronic inflammation shows up in our body as extreme fatigue, depression, aches, and pains and even bloating. It’s a fact that over 40% of the U.S. population is diagnosed with chronic inflammation. Can you imagine how many are suffering and don’t even know it? It’s maddening when you hear others claim their aches and pains are due to “just aging” and settle with a life of pain and discomfort. There is a very vicious cycle that happens when stress, anxiety or depression enters the picture. Any of these will increase inflammation and this inflammation increases your stress! Listen as Jenny shares steps and strategies we can do today to support our bodies while we are fighting any type of chronic disease. The causes of inflammation (and there are many) and symptoms of chronic inflammation. As a former teacher, Jenny explains in laymen’s terms what’s happening in the body and why. How do you honestly recognize inflammation and respond to chronic inflammation when you suspect you might be suffering? Tips and strategies that worked for Jenny while she was healing. Some might surprise you! There are many emotional responses that occur along with the physical healing process. Jenny shares two tips that will change the trajectory of your health if you were to implement even one of them today! Don’t forget about all the food items that exacerbate our symptoms...and foods that help us heal!
Inflammation + Healing the Whole Self with Jenny Carr
This week, our guest is Jenny Carr, engaging speaker, author, and leading inflammation expert. Once a professional skier, Jenny found herself bedridden years ago, fighting for her health and at times, literally at the brink of death. Her understanding of the impact inflammation has on the body and mind (regardless of its cause - and there are MANY!) helped her return to a place of true healing, health and restoration. Chronic inflammation shows up in our bodies as bloating, extreme fatigue, depression, and physical aches and pains. Sound familiar? Over 40% of the U.S. population is diagnosed with chronic inflammation (and that’s only counting those who seek medical intervention)! We are quick to attribute these symptoms to “just getting older,” settling and coping with our lot in life. Inflammation’s effects compound when grief enters the picture. In this vicious cycle, stress increases inflammation and inflammation increases stress. We’re here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be this way! When you acknowledge and address the signs of chronic inflammation in your own body, you create the conditions for healing. Your biological systems begin to operate more efficiently and smoothly, and the physical body can finally feel safe to do the deeper healing work. Jenny guides us through the in’s and out’s of inflammation, educating us on the physiological processes that are taking place, and gives us straightforward and practical steps we can take to support our body through grief, such as deep breathing and drinking more water— powerfully simple, easy to implement actions with profound results! Topics we covered: The causes and symptoms of chronic inflammation: what’s happening in the body and why. How to recognize and respond to chronic inflammation. The deeper emotional responses and reactions we experience with inflammation. The simplest, most underrated step that you can take NOW towards feeling better (and many other really easy action items!). The food items that exacerbate our symptoms...and foods that help us heal! Resources Jenny’s website, where you can sign up for her free e-book, “Peace of Cake: The Secret to an Anti-inflammatory Diet.” Connect with her on facebook. The past episode of Grief Unveiled all about sugar addiction with Jenn Edden. Listen on iTunes or Spotify.
#32 Impacts of Inflammation - Interview with Jenny Carr
Well Women Healthy Lifestyle Podcast
Today ladies I had the pleasure of sitting down and chatting with Jenny Carr.Jenny Carr is the international best selling author of Peace Of Cake: The Secret To An Anti-Inflammatory Diet, speaker, MOM-prenuer, and leading inflammation expert.She survived a near death experience due to an auto-immune condition, and is healing by upholding anti-inflammatory living. Jenny specializes in helping people reverse chronic symptoms by adopting and maintaining anti-inflammatory eating without feeling deprived or overwhelmed. She has been featured in MindBodyGreen, US News & World Report, Dr. Mark Hyman, Food Babe and Well+Good. We chatted about:Why making anti-inflammatory eating accessible to all ages of people is such a calling for her? What is inflammation and how does it ultimately impact our health?What causes chronic inflammation?What makes her advice different from that of an average nutritionist?What are the top 6 inflammatory foods we want to stay away from in order to regenerate the cells in our body and reverse (or significantly improve) chronic symptoms?How to help people overcome the diet mentality when looking to adopt this way of eating as a lifestyle?How does emotional eating and cravings play into the success (or not) while trying to maintain an anti-inflammatory diet? Are there different variations of an anti-inflammatory diet that better serve a person, based off of the unique conditions they are trying to heal from?What’s one thing that people can do TODAY to melt inflammation off of their body without even changing their diet?Don't Forget To Subscribe & Review Us In iTunesAre you subscribed to my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you're not subscribed there's a good chance you'll miss out on those. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Now if you're feeling the extra love, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they're also fun for me to go in and read and then highlight you on an future episode. Just click here to review, select "Ratings and Reviews" and "Write a Review" and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Anti-Inflammatory Health Coach Jenny Carr discusses six inflammation-triggering foods to eliminate and why drinking more water can help. She is author of "Peace of Cake: The Secret to an Anti-Inflammatory Diet." An expert on the microbiome and digestive health, Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum, founder of BIOHM Health, explains the science behind your digestive track and explains "leaky gut" syndrome, causes of inflammation and how prebiotics and probiotics work to improve digestive health. This show is broadcast live on Wednesday's at 12PM ET on W4WN Radio – The Women 4 Women Network (www.w4wn.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).
Episode 091: The Secret to an Anti-Inflammatory Diet w/ Jenny Carr
Grace & Grit Podcast: Helping Women Everywhere Live Happier, Healthier and More Fit Lives
Halloween is now over (I am sure I am not the only mother out there whispering “thank god” under her breath). I love a lot of the traditions of Halloween but the sheer volume of candy involved in the holiday drives me crazy! I went trick-or-treating for all of 25 minutes with my son and, in that short time; he must have collected several pounds of candy. Ugh! Sugar makes things taste good, but as far as good qualities sugar provides, it ends there. I really try hard not to label foods “bad” but in the case of sugar it is really hard not to, because of all of the inflammation it creates in the human body. Chronic inflammation has been linked to nearly EVERY dis-ease known to man. Our bodies have a lot of stressors to contend with on any given day; there are lots of reasons for our system to get inflamed outside of the food choices we are making. So, we aren’t doing our body any favors when we ingest things that cause even MORE inflammation. Inflammation is a very important topic that I have addressed on this podcast many times, and it is a topic I have every intention on continuing to talk about. Today’s guest, Jenny Carr, is a health coach who specializes in the topic of inflammation, has been on the podcast before to speak with us about this topic. Jenny just authored her first book, called Peace of Cake: The Secret to an Anti-Inflammatory Diet, so I begged her to come back to share some more of her wisdom with you! And low and behold, she said yes! Click here to listen now. >>Are you loving the Grace & Grit Podcast? Help us keep the mic on! Then head over to iTunes and leave a review so the Grace and Grit message can spread to more women who need to hear it. Looking for more Grace & Grit? Visit GraceandGrit.com
Jenny Carr joined Courage Beyond soon after its inception in 2007. In her first role with the organization she personally interviewed hundreds of veterans, service members, family members and experts ranging from the Korean War to the present day conflicts. Currently, she oversees Courage Beyond’s online psychoeducational and support groups, in-person support groups, adaptive retreats and counseling services. Jenny has worked and published with Dr. Edward Taub and Dr. Gitendra Uswatte at their Constraint-Induced Therapy (CIT) Clinic at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) to develop real-world measures of physical rehabilitation techniques for both adults and children. She holds a BA in philosophy from Birmingham-Southern College and a BS in psychology from UAB. Jenny lives in Nashville, TN with her husband Kevin and her large, lovable dog Bert.Show Notes at http://veteranpodcast.com/014