Health Matters Podcast – Episode 18: Create the Health you C.R.A.V.E. in 5 Simple Steps

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Episode 18: Casey Sollock — Create the Health you C.R.A.V.E. in 5 Simple Steps

About the Show

In this episode, we’ll be talking about the 5 simple steps to create the health you crave.

You will learn:

1. How to change the way you feel about health.
2. How to create a sustainable healthy lifestyle.
3. The foods that will help bring your body back into balance.

About the Speaker

Casey SollockCasey Sollock is a natural health speaker, author, and coach. She is the resident health expert for the 90.9 KCBI morning drive-time radio show in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Casey’s most recent book, “The Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur’s Guide to Holistic Health”, can be found on Amazon. Visit her website.

 

Gift

Visit Casey’s website to receive an e-book called “Smoothies for Life Purpose”.

Show Notes

The Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur’s Guide to Holistic Health book

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO EPISODE 18 WITH CASEY SOLLOCK

 

Excerpt from our interview — BEEP Model

Kimberley

It sure does. Yeah, I love it. The five simple steps and the acronym is C.R.A.V.E.  C is create a new mindset and new beliefs around health. R is reconnect to your body. A is add in the good stuff. V is visualize yourself as the healthiest version of yourself daily. E is evaluate your primary food and your purpose. That’s wonderful. What a great acronym. I love it.

Now, we’re going to move on to the BEEP round. Casey will give quick tips on the four disciplines of Bible study, eating healthy, exercise, and prayer or BEEP. So what do you have for us for a quick tip for Bible study?

 

Casey

 

Keep it simple. I think there’s a theme going through this—keep it simple. We can overcomplicate everything including our Bible study. And really this about you and God and your Bible together. There’s a million different Bible studies out there that we can use or participate in. They’re excellent. But don’t think you have to have one study in order to get close with God and to get into His word. Keep it simple. It doesn’t have to be a long time frame. It can even be five minutes in the morning before the kids wake up. Any time is good time in your Bible.

 

Kimberley

 

Amen. And your quick tip for eating healthy?

 

Casey

 

Add in the good stuff. I think I explained that quite a bit. I won’t go into detail there.

 

Kimberley

 

And your quick tip for exercise?

 

Casey

 

I like to use the word “play” so find something that you love that will feel like play for you. So you will actually want to go do it. If you hate the gym then that’s not what you should be doing. Maybe you love a good walk in nature or an awesome hike wherever you are. Whatever it is that you love that gets your body moving. Go play daily.

 

Kimberley

 

And your quick tip for prayer?

 

Casey

 

Prayer is your time to get cozy with God. This isn’t a one-time thing each day. This is an all day thing. I go to God all throughout the day. I call them “popcorn” prayers. He’s constantly guiding my each and every step. Whether it’s in my business, my life as a mom, my life as a wife, these popcorn prayers go up every single day, all throughout the day. So I can remain in that cozy spot with God.

 

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