Habits of Health – Your LifeBook: Element 11 – 10.23.19

Habits of Health – Your LifeBook: Element 11 – 10.23.19

November 5, 2019 1 By William Morgan


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All right, well welcome everybody.
We’re so excited that you’re here tonight.
You are in store for a great night of motivation,
education, inspiration.
My name is David Bush and I get to be one of your
host and moderators tonight.
If you just arrived can you find the chat feature
and put in the city and state
and where you’re joining in from tonight.
We wanna see where everybody’s joining in from
just so that we can see all the different cities
around the U.S.
Tonight’s gonna be an amazing night of information.
You’re gonna get a chance to be inspired and educated
on the Habits of Health.
You’re gonna get a chance to hear some amazing stories
and information that applies to your journey,
whether you’re a health professional or a health Coach
or a Client on our program or maybe you just found
this information from a friend or another health Coach
and they’ve invited you to check out what OPTAVIA
is all about.
We’re glad that you’re here tonight, we’re inspired
that you have a decision to make about getting healthier
and we hope to make that decision a commitment.
A commitment to get you to create optimal health
and well-being in your life.
For the next 30 minutes or so you’re gonna get a chance
to listen to or watch the Habits of Health webinar
and then immediately following we have a bonus event
for those of you that would like to stick around
and learn about the full offering of OPTAVIA.
We’re gonna be talking about how you can get
the very best results
and some simple tips and strategies
to get the best from the OPTAVIA Program
and how you can help and encourage other people to
to get healthier with our OPTAVIA Coach opportunities.
So welcome to the Habits of Health webinar
and the Trilogy webinar will follow
in just another 30 minutes or so.
So get ready and get buckled in and I’m gonna
turn it over to Shantelle, your host
for the Habits of Health webinar.
Welcome everyone to the Habits of Health webinar.
My names is Shantelle Flake and I am so excited
to be with you tonight, this is so fun.
So whatever phase you are in, you are in the right place
because we are just here learning and growing together
and diving into all of these LifeBook Elements.
Have you guys been enjoying this as much as I have?
The first 10 Elements over the past several weeks,
man, they have been amazing.
So maybe you’ve watched them live
or maybe you’ve watched the playbacks
or even on the podcast channel.
But tonight we get to focus on how to eat healthy
beyond Fuelings.
So we’re gonna talk about that and then
at the end, I have a special treat for you,
some Halloween tips.
You guys, it’s next week, isn’t that crazy?
So we’re gonna go ahead and get started.
I’m gonna share my screen.
So if I’ve learned anything from our LifeBook so far
from being in this Community for the past eight years,
it’s that our goal goes way beyond
reaching a healthy weight.
Would you guys agree that that’s what you’ve gotten
so far?
It really extends all the way to optimal health
and wellbeing.
In order to really make this a reality,
we’re gonna talk about here in Element 11,
how we’re learning to have complete eating
and shopping strategy.
That’s gonna really help us lifelong.
So the way that we start this process is learning
the importance of your Lean & Green meal.
So we’re gonna talk about food tonight.
Our Lean & Green meal, this is really the first
microHabit of healthy eating for life.
So those of you who are doing
the Optimal 5 & 1 Plan
or really any of the plans that incorporate
the Lean & Green meal,
you know how beneficial it is when you focus
all of that energy on just preparing that
one Lean & Green meal, isn’t that simple?
We just put all of our efforts into that.
And also, really knowing how to learn how to shop
and prepare that.
I love the flexibility of even, eating out,
I have many Clients that ask me, oh I wanna
still go out with my girlfriends,
or our family has this special tradition,
and I love that flexibility.
So if you actually have not taken a look
at the OPTAVIA Dining Out Guide, don’t miss that,
there are so many great tips in that.
If you just google Dining Out Guide OPTAVIA
it’ll come up and you can also purchase the
pamphlet online but it gives specific suggestions
at popular restaurants for that Lean & Green meal.
So it is awesome.
So this Lean & Green meal, let’s talk about this.
Really what I feel like is and what Dr. A talks about
in this Element is that this Lean & Green meal is like
training wheels to help us make healthier choices
life-long.
My husband and I, we have five little kids.
They’re ranging anywhere, well,
the oldest is 13 and the youngest is two.
We’ve actually taught three of them now how to
ride a bike, we have a good success rate so far.
It has been so fun to watch that process
of riding a bike.
So I want you to think about
if you’ve done the same, or if you’ve watched a child
or maybe you remember when you tried
to learn how to ride a bike,
and really though the way that you
start with that are those training wheels.
Think about what those training wheels really do.
How they stabilize the bike as you learn.
And it’s really part of that process of learning
how to ride that bike, right.
When you first start riding the bike,
I don’t know if you’re anything like me,
but it really felt awkward, it felt different.
I was a little bit scared being a kid
and I can see it in my kids’ faces
and they’re a little bit wobbly and I kinda think about
that when I first started this program.
Did you guys feel that way?
How you felt just a little bit wobbly with your health?
I don’t know if anybody can relate to this.
Put a yes in the chat if that is you.
You feel, maybe you have felt a little bit wobbly
maybe still a little bit wobbly now.
I just feel like this is something when I look back
that I remember with the Lean & Green meal
thinking I need something else,
like to complete this meal.
I remember being so into the pastas and the rice
or maybe even do a dessert afterwards,
I was so used to it.
But what has happened over the years as
I practiced the Lean & Green meal is
that I really retrained my brain
to know what healthy portion sizes are
and how to really think and stop intuitively
if I was satisfied,
And every time when I would stop afterwards,
after I’d eat my Lean & Green meal,
I was completely satisfied.
So really learning how to ride this bike of health
it really is gonna take practice.
So give yourself some grace,
I feel like Lean & Green meals are gonna take
some practice.
So think about how you can really practice
this for the long term.
It’s kinda like what we say,
you may have heard the habit that we talk about
to be Transformational Leaders, lead from the future.
Act in the now.
So really this Lean & Green meal, you guys,
this is not just about losing weight right now.
It’s about finding things long term that
you and your family like in the future,
and still utilizing the Lean & Green meals,
and eating healthy for long term.
So how can you utilize this long-term?
How do you see yourself utilizing these meals
when you eat out?
Do you see yourself being a healthy person
and choosing that salad over that greasy cheesy hamburger?
Maybe sometimes you’ll choose the greasy hamburger
but the majority of the time do you see yourself
making that choice?
I know over the years as I have adjusted
to this way and this lifestyle,
you guys, we have completely revised our family cookbooks
and we changed what we order now.
We eat so much more fresh now.
We don’t have those complicated meals that we used to.
I don’t know if anybody can relate
but the casseroles with the cream of who knows what
in it, those many many side dishes
you guys it took me hours to prepare.
Now we just keep it simple, we keep it fresh.
Lean & Green.
Because there are so many suggestions out there,
I actually suggest to keep it super simple at first.
If you are somebody who is just starting out with this,
everything you need to know is in that OPTAVIA Guide,
Everything that we’re gonna go over tonight
really is where you need to start from.
Keep it simple.
And then start to look at some fun recipe ideas
floating around that you can look at.
I want to hear from you actually.
Can you guys drop in the chat thread
what your very most favorite Lean & Green meal is.
If I haven’t made you completely hungry already,
sorry about that.
I know with different time zones, I don’t know
if you’ve eaten yet tonight.
I want to hear from you.
What is your very most favorite Lean & Green meal?
Let’s get some ideas going in the chat.
I’d love to hear it.
So let’s talk about what is on your shopping list.
In this Element, Dr. A really talks about
how important the shopping list is
and how this is like a huge part of our health
because being prepared is so key.
I actually talk about how for me,
health starts at the store.
Think about it.
This is where you make your decision,
what you’re gonna choose to eat for the week.
And what you choose to bring into your home
that’s either gonna create that healthy environment
or unhealthy
and that’s really what’s gonna set you up for success.
I find for me that preparing my Lean & Green meals
and my shopping list at the beginning of the week
helps me stay on track.
I personally like to do all of my shopping online.
It’s so easy just to get it delivered
or to easily pick it up.
Anybody else?
I wanna hear in the chat, anybody else
a big grocery online shopper?
It’s been huge for me, life-changing,
it’s a huge time saver, but more importantly,
it really is, it allows me to stick to what’s on my list
and resist adding all of that stuff.
Because you know if I go in the store right now
you know what I’m gonna see?
I’m gonna see Halloween candy and we all know what
happens when you see Halloween candy.
And you know what’s even worse you guys?
The week after Halloween when Halloween candy is half off.
Because somehow that just makes it into your cart.
If you can avoid that, I’m all for that.
Make good health easier.
I would love to introduce to you one of my Clients,
Sara Flake, right now.
I’ve asked her to share her transformational story
with you today.
What really impresses me about her journey
is that her transformation started small
and it is amazing over the years how
she has created these lasting habits
and she has been intentionally practicing them for years.
Sara, are you there?
Can you share a little bit more about your transformation?
Yes, thank you Coach.
Shantelle is my hero and I didn’t know when I first
reached out to her about this
because I had been a professional dieter.
I think 21 was how old I was when I started
my first low-carb diet.
By the time I was 32, I had done every diet out there.
I knew how to get the weight off,
I did one where I like drank oil before a meal,
so I’d be kinda sick so I wouldn’t eat so much.
so I did one where I would only let myself eat
for one hour a day and like eat, eat, eat.
There’s lots of different ways to get weight off.
If I had an event coming up I would just do a binge diet.
Then I had become this binge eater in the meantime
so I would just go back and forth and back and forth.
I honestly I didn’t know that this was
anything more than that.
I reached out to Shantelle and I said I don’t know
what it is but send me a box.
She was like, okay.
But guess what she sent me?
She sent me the Habits of Health, the book and workbook,
she was my Coach.
That Lean & Green meal, you guys?
Food had been my enemy, my whole life.
It was me versus this food.
It was always like, if I eat this,
there’s gonna be the shame or there’s gonna be the binge.
But just this really simple training wheel
of that Lean & Green meal,
I was learning not just about low-carb,
I was learning about portion control,
I was learning about low fat choices,
I was learning about healthy prep.
At the time I had two little kids,
my daughters were in elementary school,
so I was initially really worried that I was gonna
have to be doing two different meals,
but then really quickly once I started this program
I realized if I’m treating myself like this,
why would I feed my kids that junk?
I would bring them grocery shopping with me
and I would say you can pick anything you want out of this
vegetable section and I just let them kind of explore
and just become acclimated to new vegetables.
They got to be part of this process
and we tried all kinds of crazy fruit.
My daughter’s a fan of kiwi now, she would
have never tried it.
So the Lean & Green was a really great step for me
and just learning longterm habits.
My weight came off fast.
Like I breezed through weight loss,
I dropped 40 pounds, and honestly I had lost weight before
but I had never ever had confidence that it would stay off.
Two years later, I was at 37, I joined a roller derby league
and at 37 I was the fastest on the league.
I had never been so healthy.
My BMI was on point, my energy was on point.
I now have this health coaching business
that I’m doing.
The thing I love about that Lean & Green,
it is so simple.
I’m like Shan, I don’t like to do tons of meal prep.
Like this summer, I went down to Texas to visit
my family for awhile and the first day I showed up
my Dad was there and I’m like, hey Dad, let me
help you with the shopping for the week.
So I went to the store with them and I picked out
lots of good vegetables, lots of chicken.
One of the days there, there wasn’t a plan.
I was like, oh no problem I got it.
In 20 minutes I had gotten the gas grill going,
I fried up some chicken, fried up some zucchini
and it was a really simple meal and I fed it
to these 20 people and they were freaking out.
This tastes so good, what did you do?
I said, it’s literally just good food.
You buy good food, you bake it in a healthy way,
and their minds were blown.
I’m like what are you eating that this
is so revolutionary?
Another one of the days I just broiled some
asparagus and salmon.
It took like 20 minutes prep time and everyone
was just like crowding all over,
oh my gosh, how did you make this?
It’s just good food.
So anything you have to add sauces to or sugars to
it probably wasn’t good food to begin with.
This Lean & Green meal is such a great foundation.
Right now I’ve got like five gallons of chili
in my fridge, probably not five gallons,
it seems like five gallons.
Lean & Green is a meal that you know you can eat
where you know you’re not gonna be hungry afterwards,
you don’t have to go back for seconds.
The point where I’m at now with maintenance
you can add some dairy, some fruits, some grains
along the sides
but I love food now, I know how to partner with it.
Something Shantelle taught me, way back in the day
in 2012, she just said, your body is not a trash can.
So don’t put trash in your body.
Where does trash go?
In the can.
It’s been awesome for me to just finally learn how
to eat food correctly and to do a program
that isn’t just a crash diet but teaches you
those skills from day one.
Sara, that is amazing.
I am so proud of you and your success
and thank you for sharing those tips
and letting us get a little glimpse
into how that you shared that with your family.
I love the story about how you went in to your dad
and your family and just whipped that up.
Isn’t it so true you guys?
After I finish my Lean & Green, I just say,
that was the most delicious thing I’ve ever had.
When you cleanse that palate and you really
are eating fresh like this that is what you create.
That is a perfect example of how you have made that work.
Thank you so much for sharing.
Don’t go too far.
I’m gonna have Sara share a little bit
about Halloween as well at the end.
What I really wanna get into now
about this Lean & Green meal.
So let’s talk about this.
There are four major categories that we shop for
in this Lean & Green meal.
Let’s start with the healthy proteins.
So as we go through these charts,
I’m gonna go through them quite quickly
but everything is accessible to you
in your OPTAVIA Guide and also in your Element book,
Or in Your LifeBook as well.
In these categories that you’re choosing,
just look for areas of improvement.
There are going to be different categories
and it doesn’t mean that you always have to be eating
perfectly in the leanest category,
it’s maybe just, like I said, areas of improvement.
So there are lots of many different protein sources
but we’ll talk about seafood first.
I’m not talking about the seafood diet,
you know that’s when you see food and you eat it.
My kids told me that joke yesterday
and I totally had to say that.
This is the real kind of seafood, this is a great
protein source.
You know that eating, in Your LifeBook Dr. A says that
eating even one of these from the seafood category
can reduce your risk of fatal heart attack by 40%.
You guys, I need more fish in my life.
That’s unbelievable, 40%.
Any of you guys who are totally gagging right now,
and totally not seafood lovers, you still have hope,
there are more protein sources, there’s meat and poultry.
Dr. A does warn in the book that we want to lower
our consumption of red meat and focus more
on the leaner categories,
so more on the left, the lighter, the lean category.
But take note here
the five, six, or seven ounce category,
if you have done the program for any amount of time,
you know that
that correlates to the amount of healthy fat servings
you want to add, depending on which category you pick.
So just make sure you get those healthy fats in.
You guys ready for your pop quiz?
I wanna hear which one of these have you eaten
tonight, or you’re preparing for tonight,
depending on where you are,
which one of these categories, lean, leaner and leanest
and bonus points for whoever can tell me
how many fat servings you are going to add to that meal.
I’m gonna see who’s smarty pants out there.
A little pop quiz.
For those of you who are trying to eliminate meat
from your diet or just cut down on that,
there are also some meatless options.
So all of this info is found in the OPTAVIA Guide
and also comes with your packet,
or your package for every new client.
Let’s talk about healthy fats.
Hopefully you’re not stuck in the ’90s,
and you think fat-free is the way to go.
‘Cause I know back in the day we thought
fat would make us fat.
But we have come a long ways, haven’t we?
The right amount of healthy fats,
there are so many benefits to this.
I learned that it helps to absorb the vitamins
and it also is what gives you that satisfied feeling,
isn’t that interesting, that’s what helps you feel full.
Let’s talk about veggies.
Who are my veggie lovers out there?
Anyone on there, anyone on tonight a veggie lover?
or maybe we have a few that aren’t so much
of a veggie lover.
I’ve had a few Clients come to me and they’ve told me
you know, I’m not too fond of veggies
and honestly they can only come up with
about one or two on this entire list, you guys,
that they even can stomach.
You know what I tell ’em.
I say, good, that’s okay.
We can start there.
If you can pick one thing on this list,
you can get healthy.
The good news is
it probably won’t stay that way either.
You’re gonna be surprised how that list
of veggies that you absolutely love
are gonna start expanding.
This goes for kids too.
Just like what Sara was saying, when you really
start introducing this to your kids,
it really starts catching on.
What are picky eaters, I’ve seen a lot of people change.
I don’t know your kids but I will just say a lot of kids
have changed from that.
So in this chart right here, let me just explain this.
The different color codes on here,
it’s just based on the amount of carbohydrates
they contain,
so the darker ones are gonna give you fewer
carbohydrate calories and the lighter ones
are gonna give you the higher.
If you ever have a slow down in your weight loss,
just note that this might
be a good time to really eat in the darker green.
As you guys know, this program helps us get into
a mild dietary ketosis or we also call it fat burn, right.
So having this, what we talked about, the proteins
and the carbohydrates,
that is really what allows you to be in fat burn
and what’s really cool about this,
what Dr. A talks about in this Element,
is that you’re still maintaining and protecting
your muscle and your brain health.
That’s why we have that balance
of proteins and carbohydrates.
The last category is the healthy snacks and condiments.
Just in case you totally thought you had
to go without flavor,
this is really where we spice things up.
Feel free to add up to three of these a day.
A rule of thumb to go by is that each one,
no more than one gram of carb per serving.
That’s pretty much it for the four categories.
I want to turn it back over to Sara for a minute
because I want her to talk
about some Halloween tips.
But before that, Halloween is next week,
it is crazy how it’s coming up.
I would love to hear, I just wanna get a feel
for who’s on tonight,
about how you’re feeling about this holiday coming up.
I’ve been talking to my Clients about this
and I’ve been really interested to see how
some of them are feeling apprehensive,
some of them are feeling pretty confident.
So on a scale of one to 10, where do you feel
like you are on the confidence level?
10 being totally confident, you have talked
to your Coach, you have a health plan,
any challenge that comes your way, you are ready to rock it.
Or maybe on the other side of the scale, if you’re a one,
that’s if like somebody gives you one piece of candy
you’re just toast.
So I wanna know, one to 10, where do you feel
like you are you in that range,
of how you’re feeling about this upcoming holiday next week.
We want tonight with the few minutes we have remaining
we want to talk about how to help you be prepared
and rock this holiday.
Sara, what tips you have for us?
Yeah, so Halloween is the holiday for me.
This is like, all my Christmases come at once.
I love it, I love it.
I remember my first Halloween I went in, and I was like
I’ll just do my best and I didn’t have a plan.
I ate so much candy, it was ridiculous,
I ate insane amounts of candy.
I was sick for an entire day afterwards, it was horrible.
You have to have a plan, I don’t care what it is,
but have a plan,
and no plan is also a plan, it’s a plan to fail. Trust me.
I love to ask my Clients, what’s the plan, either it’s,
you’re just gonna stick to exactly what’s on your program,
and what’s the outcome of that?
You don’t have triggers, you don’t, if you’re in fat burn,
you don’t get out of fat burn, you stay in control.
You give yourself the things you can do.
If your plan is to stay on plan, make sure you’re
focusing more on what you can do that night, not what
you can’t have because your brain always gets more
excited about the things it can do.
So come up with your great Lean & Greens.
Or option two is you plan to have a controlled deviation.
For me, I’m one of those weirdos that likes Tootsie Rolls.
I am gonna have five Tootsie Rolls this Halloween.
And I only eat ’em on Halloween and that’s probably good
because if I ate ’em more than that, I’d probably hate ’em
like the rest of ’em, that’s my thing.
I’m gonna have five Tootsie Rolls.
On my street, all the adults hang out
and there is a big fire pit and adults hang out
and I’m gonna bring my chili out there
and I’m gonna have my big thermos of hot tea
and I’m gonna pass out non-sugar treats to the kids.
Or the other option is, your plan is no plan,
I’m gonna eat whatever I want,
I’m gonna go totally off-plan
I know the consequences are either gonna be,
it could trigger a huge spiral,
I could be off-plan for way longer than I am expecting,
it could trigger some big cravings,
it could make me have some self-doubt
but if that’s what you want to do,
own it and accept the consequences.
It’s a valid choice to go off-plan, is it what you want.
So pick your plan.
Like I said, I love this holiday but I really
don’t like having candy in my house.
Something I’ve loved passing out
and chat in the thread if you have other items,
people have loved when I pass out,
I get on Amazon and I get little glow rings,
and glow necklaces, any of the glow stuff
kids like.
One year I passed out big fake plastic bugs,
people loved that.
You can pass out vampire teeth, spiders.
There’s lots of fun non-candy things.
You don’t want to have this stuff in your house.
You do not.
As much as you can do to keep all these trigger foods
out of your house, please do.
If you’re out and walking around that night,
keep some gum in your mouth.
Minty gum, I promise you, it’s gonna help you
from mindlessly popping things in your mouth.
Your kids might be handing you stuff, other people
might be handing you stuff,
Keep some gum, have a bottle of water,
eat your big Lean & Green meal before you go out
so that you’re not going into it hungry.
Maybe play a mental game to stay occupied.
Before you go out with your kids, write down a list
of all the costumes you think you’ll see
and be checking ’em off so that by the end of the night
you’ll know who had the most on their costume bingo
or you can do it even with candy types.
Have something to engage your brain
that’s not just this hunt for candy.
Something I do with my kids,
I’m gonna let them go trick or treating, obviously
I’m gonna let them collect their candy.
But when they get back to the house,
I offer them a buy back.
There’s no pressure, I don’t say they have to do it,
but I say, hey, great job,
you collected a lot of candy.
Every piece you give back to me,
I’m gonna give you a nickel.
And I just leave it at that.
It’s the same every year.
They’re always like, no, no
we’re not gonna give you any
and then half an hour later they start pushing me a few
and I start giving them nickles and an hour later
they’ve pretty much willingly given me
all of their candy except for maybe five or six
of like the king size,
but it helps my kids really look at what they have
evaluate what they really want
and then you can decide what to do with that candy.
Me, personally, I know candy’s a trigger for me,
I put it straight in the trash.
I know other people will donate it to a dentist,
send it to the troops.
get it out of your house.
There’s lots of fun ideas for this with your candy.
but I, my biggest thing is have that plan.
Let’s see, non-sugar alternatives.
What are some of your alternatives?
Bubbles, otter pops, mini-Play-Doh canisters
you guys have some great ideas in this chat right here.
King size should be worth a quarter.
Yeah, David.
(laughing)
Halloween is gonna be awesome this year.
Have a plan.
Have confidence in your plan
and have no guilt about executing your plan
even if it means getting off a little bit.
I’m gonna eat five Tootsie Rolls.
I’m gonna do it a year from now too.
I’m okay with that and I live in the real world
It’s okay, I’m mentally okay with that.
Shantelle, those are some of my tips.
Is that helpful or what?
I think I’m heading to the store.
I’m buying all of the glow stuff
and the sugar-free gum.
I love that tip of just keeping that gum in your mouth.
So many great ideas.
I hope that has helped you get prepared.
Guys, just think of it if you are prepared for Halloween,
this is the start of the holidays
and how much more confidence would you have going
into the rest of the holiday season?
So hopefully this has just given you a second
just to think about where you’re at,
and think about what you’re wanting
and create those intentional goals.
Talk to your health Coach.
There is power in you saying this out loud.
So I love it.
Thank you everyone for joining us
and for all of your participation in the chat.
I’ve really enjoyed learning with you
and talking about this Element.
Don’t forget to take a minute
and answer these questions here on the screen
in Your LifeBook and really put pen to paper.
Don’t forget we have the Elements on the YouTube channel.
I went and watched these a couple weeks ago.
I didn’t even know these were on here.
Dr. A goes through even a couple of minutes on each Element
and it’s so powerful just to listen to those right
before you read your actual, read the Element,
so it’s a really really great resource.
Next week we’re gonna be talking about Element 12
which is a super exciting Element, listen to this.
Optimizing your success in reaching a healthy weight.
So thank you everyone for taking the time to invest
in you tonight.
We will see you next week.
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– This audio may have contained the personal
testimonials of some independent OPTAVIA Coaches
or Clients of OPTAVIA.
The results relayed in these messages are based
on the unique experiences of the participants
and we cannot guarantee like or similar outcomes.
While you may be inspired by these accounts
please note that any stories of success
have not been verified and your individual path
to optimal health will vary.
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weight-loss program.
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Yours in health, the OPTAVIA team.