WARNING: Your health may be sabotaged because of this!

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There’s something you do every single day that affects how you function in life.

That one, but hugely important, thing that really decides whether you succeed or fail with your health and wellness efforts.

The mind.

It’s a powerful thing. It can make you do amazing things.

It can also, however, break you down and make you believe that you are not good enough with your efforts. It can make you feel like a failure when you haven’t failed and it can make you move away from the innate feeling of self-acceptance to self-loathing.

It’s a powerful thing. Especially when it comes to health.

Whole Body Wellness

That’s why I wanted to talk to my dear friend and Whole Body Wellness expert, Lori Streator. Lori is the lady behind Sweatpants & Superfoods and she is super intelligent, passionate, and authentic in the way that she helps people get on the healthier path with life.

But I’ll let this interview speak for itself.

In this short interview, Lori tells us what Whole Body Wellness is all about and how the mind can affect the body when it comes to health and wellness. She has a very unique perspective on the matter and one that most other fitness and health coaches don’t.

Lori is actually a therapist AND a fitness & nutrition coach – which really allows her to help her clients from the inside AND out. It’s a truly amazing and unique combination that very few can provide.

Enjoy the video and let us know what you think.

Some tweetables:


“Your body can’t achieve what your mind doesn’t believe.” (CLICK TO TWEET)


“A lot of times, people subconsciously hold onto weight for a purpose.” (CLICK TO TWEET)



You can check out Lori on her website Sweatpants & Superfoods and on Facebook and Twitter.


Last Updated on March 29, 2019

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  1. Thank you so much! I’m honored & proud to be part of Sensual Appeal Blog!

  2. Love this! I always say how important mental health is to living your best life!!

  3. Kammie this was a great video! I loved the content, especially the idea of having a “team” to support you. I thought this was great advice. I thought the questions you asked were fantastic!

  4. Great tips and post! I really HOPE my brain gets in gear and tells my body to lose this weight. 🙂

  5. Yes, mental, social, emotional, physical health it is all so connected. Realizing that more and more as I get older.

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