San Francisco-based Meghan Litchfield is a former e-commerce executive turned entrepreneur who was fed up with clothes that didn’t fit. After having two kids, her proportions had naturally changed — as had those of most of her friends. Rather than blame her body, she asked the radical question, “WTF is wrong with clothes?” First, Meghan grilled designers and manufacturers to figure out how sizing really works and why it fails women. Then, she threw herself into a year of R+D to re-imagine the traditional supply chain. The result was RedThread: the first apparel company that creates custom-fit garments to each…

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It’s not every day that you get to talk to Maria Menounos. But friends, today is that day! via GIPHY We last spoke with her after she published her cookbook, The EveryGirl’s Guide to Cooking. This time around she was doing interviews on behalf of Home Chef (more on that in the interview), so we took the opportunity to ask her all about her life in and out of the kitchen. Read on for the Qs and the As! Interview With Maria Menounos Fit Bottomed Eats: You’re certainly a busy woman — and yet you still find time to get creative…

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Can you compete in a bodybuilding competition using ketosis and carb backloading? Chaz Branham entered the Texas Shredder Classic, his first bodybuilding competition, on a dare—and did ridiculously well by using a fat-based approach.

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Dr. Perlmutter is a board-certified neurologist and author of #1 New York Times bestseller, Grain Brain. In this interview, he’s going to tell you 2 things you can do right now to actually regrow your own brain cells.

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Today’s show is someone you’ve seen around here before. Mark Divine is an expert around human performance when it comes to mental toughness, leadership, and being a physically ready for anything.

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So much in parenting advice has changed over the years. And one of the current trends we love (besides YDY — AKA: you do you!) is strength-based parenting, which is based on the principles of positive psychology. Unsure what, exactly, that is? We’re about to break it down in this interview with Lea Waters, author of The Strength Switch: How The New Science of Strength-Based Parenting Can Help Your Child and Your Teen to Flourish and the star of this popular TedX talk. 7 Questions with Lea Waters About Strength-Based Learning Fit Bottomed Mamas: Why was this book so important for you to write? Lea Waters: I run strength-based workshops…

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This show features the incredibly inspiring story of Dr. Terry Wahls, a clinical professor of medicine, author, and living testament to the power of healing your body with real food. A few years ago, Terry was sentenced to a tilt-recline wheelchair with progressive Multiple Sclerosis. Today, she bikes to work, speaks all over the country, and teaches others to reverse degenerative conditions.

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If you (or someone you care about) needs a little more convincing on the importance cutting junk food out completely, look no further than today’s guest, Dr. Joel Fuhrman. Seriously, he is passionate (to say the least!) about educating the masses on the immense damage just a little greasy food can cause. After this episode, you may never look at french fries or baked goods the same way again! In his newest book, Fast Food Genocide, he outlines exactly how processed foods can affect your health — we’re talking several kinds of cancers, autism, heart attacks and depression. He also mentions how …

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Ever wished your workout felt more like a party? (Haven’t we all!) Well,  get ready because today we’re talking with Robbie Ann Darby, an actress, dancer, and fitness expert who hosts a series of RAD fitness events where, as she puts it, “event planning meets fitness.” However, her personal journey has had its rough moments beginning with an eating disorder which began between middle school and high school. The pressure to stay thin and popular, as well as Robbie’s admitted perfectionism, created the perfect storm for disordered eating that lasted well into grad school. She’s vocal about her struggle as well …

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