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The Flipping 50 Show

Let's start Flipping 50 with the energy and the vitality you want for this second half! I solve your biggest challenges and answer questions about how to move, what to eat, and when, along with the small lifestyle changes that can make the most difference in the least amount of time. Join me and my expert guests for safe, sane, simple solutions for your second (and better) half!

Jul 28, 2023

Which lab tests should I get? Should I test my hormones? These are common questions. It’s also a common recommendation from trainers and coaches… I don’t always agree with. 


One question I ask first: 


What are you going to do with it? (do you want to do HRT? Considering it? Or not? Knowing what you will do...

Jul 25, 2023

Does dropping 50 lbs sound good to you? Or make it 20 or 10 if that’s all you have, it would feel pretty good, wouldn’t it? 


I’m about to shock your socks off. You’re going to hear from two good friends and colleagues today who are going on the adventure of a lifetime with each other,...

Jul 23, 2023

Why Do I Still Have Belly Fat Even Though I Exercise? 

First, it’s important to know that what you were once taught, and may still hear: “eat less and exercise more” will backfire if it’s causing your stress levels – cortisol to go too high. 


If you’ve been fueling well, eating adequate protein (more than...

Jul 21, 2023

What are the HRT Effects on Exercise Results? 

Do HRT effects on exercise results give you an advantage (or hold you back)?  I’ve addressed this in podcasts and interviews before but it was asked again. So let’s discuss it. In Cliff notes, yes it makes a difference. And yet there are things to consider about why and...

Jul 18, 2023

Can you reverse Hashimoto's thyroiditis? Or you may be asking, what exactly is that? 


What if your thyroid issues weren’t just thyroid issues but an autoimmune disease and you didn’t know it? Could the fatigue and hair loss you’ve experienced be fixed with changes in lifestyle? 


Often unfortunately, it’s...