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113 – Lose the Weight, Gain the Habit with Dr. Shilpi Agarwal

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113 – Lose the Weight, Gain the Habit with Dr. Shilpi Agarwal

On this episode we have Dr. Shilpi Agarwal, author of the book called   It is a guide that cuts through all the gimmicks, fad diets to give you easy…
June 10, 2019

113 – Lose the Weight, Gain the Habit with Dr. Shilpi Agarwal

On this episode we have Dr. Shilpi Agarwal, author of the book called The 10-Day Total Body Transformation: A Doctor’s Guide to Getting Leaner, Cleaner, and Happier in Just 10 Days!  It is a guide that cuts through all the gimmicks, fad diets to give you easy to understand concepts and a 10-day simple plan to achieve the path to the lifestyle you are looking for!

I read this book and it hit home on building healthy habits instead of focusing on doing the next exercise craze! I recommend this book for anyone who has difficulty with understanding how nutrition, sleep, and mindfulness work together. The best part of all – you won’t be bored by this book. Dr. Shilpi has a down-to-earth approach that makes it easy to relate to.

Not only are we talking about her book, but Dr. Shilpi is also a regular contributor on Fox 5 in Washington, D.C. as well as numerous national media outlets.  Dr. Shilpi dropped major keys on her ascent from resident to being a regular on television and how you can do the same also.

 

Things you’ll learn in this episode:

  • Who this book is for
  • Organic doesn’t always mean more expensive
  • How to use your hand for proper portion control
  • How to pitch Television Producers to get on the air
  • How she answers #I’m not just a doc

 

How to get in touch with Dr. Shilpi:

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