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Feed Your Energy In and Out of the Classroom with Special Guest Bre Baildon (Ep. 23)

Oct 25, 2022
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For teachers, energy is everything.  There is one thing that can truly feed our energy and that is nutrition.  Not nutrition for weight loss but how we can use it as a TOOL to get our minds and bodies working optimally so that our systems can effectively manage and balance our blood sugar levels, hormones, and all those internal pieces that help our bodies be resilient to stress.  In this episode, I bring on Bre Baildon, who is my favorite teacher dietician, to chat about how nutrition impacts our energy and stress in and out of the classroom, how to create lasting nutritional change when you don't have motivation, and some ideas for low-prep lunches so you maintain your energy. 

Bre is a registered dietitian who helps teachers stop stressing about food or their health so that they can gain more time and energy to do the things they truly want to do. She makes healthy eating practical, delicious, and sustainable for educators to feel better and be present in and out of the classroom. As the wife of an international middle school teacher, Bre has worked with educators and schools all around the world to prioritize all aspects of teacher health and wellbeing.  She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Concordia College and a Master’s degree in Health & Wellness Coaching from Creighton University.

TOPICS COVERED:

  • Studies that demonstrate the impact of food & nutrition on burnout and mental health 
  • How does Bre support educators with sustainable nutrition
  • How nutrition impacts energy & stamina for educators in and out of the classroom
  • The most important thing for teachers when they want to see better energy levels
  • Tips for teachers who struggle with meal planning and decision fatigue
  • How teachers can make healthier choices when they aren't motivated or don't have self-discipline
  • 4 Ideas for Low-Prep Healthy Lunch Ideas for Teachers with Little Time
  • 5 Things to Begin This Weekend So Teachers are Set Up for Success this Weekend
  • How Bre's Nutrition Program is Different Than Anything Else You've Experienced

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