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Episode 7: Holistic Health Fuckery with Hilda Labrada Gore

March 27, 2019 Baroness Brée/Hilda Labrada Gore Season 1 Episode 7
Fabulous F**kery
Episode 7: Holistic Health Fuckery with Hilda Labrada Gore
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Fabulous F**kery
Episode 7: Holistic Health Fuckery with Hilda Labrada Gore
Mar 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 7
Baroness Brée/Hilda Labrada Gore

Hilda Labrada Gore is a certified health coach and fitness professional. She is the host and producer of the Wise Traditions podcast, on behalf of the Weston A. Price Foundation. She is a podcasting consultant and the author of “Podcasting Made Simple.” She is also the DC Metro Regional Director for Body & Soul Fitness. She and her husband live in DC with their children and cat and dog. Hilda has energy to spare thanks to her ancestral health practices and her love for liverwurst.

Find Hilda:
Web: holistichilda.com
IG: @holistichilda

For the more information:
Web: baronessbree.com
Twitter/IG/Pinterest: @Fabfuckery or @baronessbree

Recorded at 202Creates Studio in Washington, DC 

Show Notes Transcript

Hilda Labrada Gore is a certified health coach and fitness professional. She is the host and producer of the Wise Traditions podcast, on behalf of the Weston A. Price Foundation. She is a podcasting consultant and the author of “Podcasting Made Simple.” She is also the DC Metro Regional Director for Body & Soul Fitness. She and her husband live in DC with their children and cat and dog. Hilda has energy to spare thanks to her ancestral health practices and her love for liverwurst.

Find Hilda:
Web: holistichilda.com
IG: @holistichilda

For the more information:
Web: baronessbree.com
Twitter/IG/Pinterest: @Fabfuckery or @baronessbree

Recorded at 202Creates Studio in Washington, DC 

Support the show (http://patreon.com/BaronessBree)

spk_0:   0:14
Hello. Welcome to fabulous Hungary. I'm your host. Fairness, Bree, where does our gold toe always emerge? Fabulously in spite of fuck? Hello, everyone. That your girl. Baroness Bri. Welcome to today's episode of Fabulous Factory. Today I am joined by Miss Hilda Gore. She is a wellness and fitness coach. She's coming to check us out today and give us some tips to keep healthy, safe and some tips for how to help. Your podcast is well held a welcome.

spk_1:   0:46
Thank you for having me, Bree. Thank you. I'm so glad to be here. We were just together last week in Orlando was so much fun. I've still got my beach chair, have

spk_0:   0:54
look amazing. And I got Member knows from summer. So Miss Hilda is a certified health coach. Fitness professional. She's the host and producer of the Wives Traditions Podcast on behalf of the Weston A Price Foundation. She is a podcast in consultant and the author author of Podcasting Made Simple. She is also the d. C. Metropolitan regional director for body and still fitness. She and her husband lived in the Washington D. C area with their Children, their cat and

spk_1:   1:23
their dog.

spk_0:   1:24
Hilda has the energy despair because her Aunt Seska, I came to say ancestral health practices and her love of liverwurst.

spk_1:   1:32
Liverwurst. Really? It's so good. Now,

spk_0:   1:34
do you make it yourself? Oh, no. Gosh. Well, thank you for coming. Is that organic liverwurst

spk_1:   1:41
like, Yes, I get it from Whole Foods. The thing is, you guys, she wasn't kidding when she said I was into ancestral health stuff. And it just means eating real food. Like what our ancestors and our grandparent's would eat. And, you know, they would eat organ meats. Yep. My grandmother loved it. And think about Scrapple. Like some people like, Oh, no, scrapple. It's It is different, right? Like pig leftover parts. But those parts still have a lot of nutrients. And I'm so just don't be afraid of riel food that your ancestors ate because they were a lot healthier than we are today. You know what? You're right, my girl. Three hogshead cheese. Yes. Uh,

spk_0:   2:14
I just want the grossest thing I've ever seen before my life. But they all lived to be very healthy. They enjoy their lifestyles, you know, they And if you could eat that, you get anything. Absolutely. Won't talk to you about health. She's a health and fitness coach. If you ever look at her Instagram or her Facebook live, she's like outside frolicking in the cold and, you know, teaching us a bell. How to keep the UV rays from out of our eyes with your new Brett. You know, he had the light blocking lessons. I think this is really interesting. So do you have any tips? Because everyone's all getting Beachbody ready for the summer? You have any fitness tips for our whole body? Self, Not just, you know, the part you can see in a bikini.

spk_1:   2:54
I absolutely do. This is a funny thing, you guys. I feel like a lot of people think, Okay, I want to get in shape. That means I gotta hit the gym hard. You know, we're a run at five in the morning and I have to limit what I eat. You know, exercise more and eat less. That's actually not the secret. Those things. They're probably okay. But there's some simple things you can do to improve your health that don't involve a diet and particular even working out. And they have to do with what Bree just said. It has to do with getting outside. The sunlight can kind of, um, hit our inner being, if you will. It kind of sets your circadian rhythm and your body to work on a cellular level differently. And this is kind of mind blowing his girl. I was always a night owl, so I would be on my computer late at night and wake up late as I could and just run the work or whatever. Yeah, exactly. It's a lot of us, but now I have changed my ways, and this is how I did it. I started getting outside within the first half hour after sunrise. So within 30 minutes of sunrise I get outside and just tried to almost make eye contact with the sun for 15 minutes straight, right? It doesn't matter what the weather is, and when you do that, it, like, wakes you up better than coffee from Starbucks like it's amazing. Not only that, but I feel like, naturally, your body starts to function better so that the calories that you take in don't just go to fat. Like I feel more defined in a way physically than I have, even from working out a lot, so it's really, really interesting. So think about just this one thing getting outside Maur, if possible. Get that sunrise light within the first half an hour of sunrise. Get 15 minutes and then you'll be like But wait, no, I'd like to stay up late. You'll be surprised how your body will shift like I like getting to bed a little bit early now. So that's one thing is getting outside, and the other thing is just changing the timing of when you eat. They did a study with nurses and, you know, nurses. Oh my gosh, God bless them because they're working hard to care for other people. But they don't have time to take your for themselves there, keeping those on the charts and going from room to room and attending to patients bedpans. I don't even know what all I don't want to know. It's bad. It's a bad scene, but they're working as hard as they can. So what they did was they took these nurses and said, Don't change anything about what you're eating. It can be crap. Basically, candy, pizza, whatever it is. But just change the timing thes nurses change the timing of when they were eating and their incidences of breast cancer went down and have diabetes. And all these things and their body weight composition changed. As far as I believe. I'll try to remember to give you the show notes, that little link seeking kind of study for yourself. But the point is, I've been trying to do is eat more just during the day, which might sound like Okay, that makes sense. You're not gonna you when you're sleeping right, Right? I mean, like started, Let's say 7 a.m. and stop at 7 p.m. And then you give your body like, 12 hours to rest. And again that helps your body digests better. You're not like eating and then immediately going to sleep so you can't even burn the calories off. So it's really like a little game shifter. But those were two little things you guys can do to think about just getting Beachbody ready. But the other thing I want to say is everybody is ready for the beach exist. You do not like hate on yourself. If you're like I'm overweight, nobody cares. Just enjoy your life. That's a part of wellness, too. I

spk_0:   5:57
like that. Everyone has a beach body. Just put on a put on a bathing suit.

spk_1:   6:02
That's right. You got the beach body.

spk_0:   6:04
All right, Now I have a question for you. What fitness trends do you think are coming out for the summer That are either gonna be good ideas or problematic? It's anything you recommend.

spk_1:   6:13
Well, there are two things I can think of, and I already alluded to one with the light. So it is a trend for people to wear the blue blocking glasses and just to be clear about what they dio. So the sunlight, if you think about it, it's a lot of it's a full spectrum of light. I'm not gonna get to scientific right now. But the point is, there's all these colors of the rainbow kind of in the light. But when you're under fluorescent light like we are right now or home watching a TV, it's called Blue Light. And that interferes with your body's natural circadian rhythm. Right? So that's why I actually do have my glasses. Blue blockers. First of all, I feel like Bono star when I wear them s So I mean, it's It's not that bad. It's just it's a little different. But then what it does is it makes it so. I am sleeping at night, and this light isn't telling my body. At least not my eyes, that it's the middle of the day. I used to think I was superhuman when I would be up late at night working my computer. I was like everyone sleeping, but I could stay up to one, too. It doesn't matter. I didn't realize that the light was stimulating my pineal gland and confusing my body about what time it was sleeping. That's why you're never sleepy. So you guys, this is another hack. It's a good health check. Either wear blue blockers, but I feel like, No, I can't go there. Okay, that's okay. What you could do is shut down. Your device is just a little bit earlier. Stop watching TV. Turn off your computer, Turn off your cell phone. You're actually giving your sends a chill yourself a chance to relax. And you might get sleepy earlier too. And you're giving your eyes a break up is just phenomenal. So this is an important health trend. The other thing I want to say is, believe it or not, group fitness is still trending. And I say that because I've actually been a group fitness instructor for a while and you might think, Oh, that's so old school. But there really is strength in numbers. Look, if you know you're going to see a friend at the body pump class at 10 a.m. you're more likely to show up. Then if you're just like Oh, yeah, I'm gonna run, and then you're like, Well, I didn't get there. Oh, well, so, like, embrace that fine friends who like to do what you do or go to a club or a gym, or I teach body and Soul fitness, which is amazing classes that are actually held in churches with discipline. Find a community that could help you stick to what you want to do because movement is important. Really doing

spk_0:   8:16
Zumba Ado Zoom like once a week. That's great. I'm trying to stay with it, but you know, it's group classes, especially group dance classes. It it, you know, compete with the lady and you know the line in front of you in your head like I'm competing you know, our our instructor actually makes us change the line. So when you get in and he goes, Okay, everyone, you know now this lie goes in the back this'll angles in front. So now everyone gets to get in front And, you know, he says, we're all channeling our inner Beyonce and, you know, it's

spk_1:   8:42
a dance. There's nothing like it. Interestingly, because I am about ancestral health, other cultures and traditional peoples around the world they didn't like work out. You know, the man didn't go like let me lift these logs 20 times, but they hadn't Functional Fitness is a part of the lifestyle, but they also all had danced like they all have musical around the world. So if you're like, oh, I can't get into the gym. Goodness, Do a dance class do salsa with Sylvia. That's in Columbia Heights. You know, there's all kinds of programs you can find, something that's going to suit your needs. Okay.

spk_0:   9:12
And when you give me links for that so we could put it on the shore. Absolutely. Because I'm all for everyone getting outside and just trying something different. Yeah, so yeah. Fitness 2019. Let's do it in addition to all of this that she just talked about, Especially with the, like, the red glasses. Um, I like them. They are very bon a wish, But, um, she is a supreme podcaster. She actually held. Ah. I took a class over the last summer, Held, uh, total my idea. And she's like a wire to podcasting already. And my response was Oh, nope. Scared. And you show me the resource I could use and the tools that were available. And I appreciate you so much because I've learned so much. I call it my pod Mother. The whole time we're apart fast. People

spk_1:   10:00
like, Oh, my God. You know, hell, Donna, like she's my pod neither.

spk_0:   10:03
You know, you know, people are like, Oh, you shouldn't. And now you've motivated me too, you know, kick it up a notch. And Charlie at the podcast village have just been awesome. And so the D. C. Has a very tight knit podcasting community. We want everyone to win, and, you know, she has over 1,000,001 0.7 million downloads. That means 1.7 million people have listened to some way, shape and form of her current podcast y traditions.

spk_1:   10:33
I have

spk_0:   10:34
learned a lot. The foundation that you work with, they have some amazing I mean,

spk_1:   10:39
this is

spk_0:   10:39
amazing content. You guys are a powerhouse. So what did you do? What is your secret sauce? What are you doing? Thio make $1.7 million. Loved me And that dollars people love you.

spk_1:   10:51
The dollars will be nice too. But the money will come. I think people should really pursue their passion and raise their voices. That's why I'm in this podcasting space because it's way easier than I thought to you guys. At first I thought, Gosh, it's so intimidating and they talk about the tech and the board and the remote interviews. And how are you gonna manage all that? But if you have the heart, you'll figure out those pieces and, you know, Breeze giving me more credit than is due because, honestly, I feel like I'm the coach that tells the runner where to go. And if she's the one that took off down the track, you know? I mean, it's really fun to watch. So the reason I started podcast coaching is because I did have this bit of success, and what I realized is it's really about three things. Like I said, Number one, it's the Passion number two. It's about the content like you can't just have well, you could have a person on and shoot the breeze about your favorite show. There are a lot of fans shows out there. Actually, that's fine. But if you're just kind of wasting time, your audience has things to do. Also, that you really want to make sure you're offering them something important. So whatever you decide you want to focus on and it could be anything it could be. Yeah, a TV show or entrepreneurship or, you know, the spice of life. Whatever it is, just make sure you're bringing value added to the listener. I think that's one reason the show's gone wells, because when we came out of the gate, so to speak, I wanted to make sure we had some heavy hitting guests who had some books under their name and, you know, some experience that they could bring to the table, and we've kind of tried to keep up that level of, I guess, because it is an interview kind of shows like this, and then the third thing is it's promotion. Really. I think it's really important not just to bake the cake, but to make sure people know that it's for sale. Yes, so I'm like, This is great if we have something, but let's let's put it out there. So I've kind of gotten into the social media space son because I realized, Oh, I need to tell people. And it's not like I'm just trying to say, Look at me like, Look at me. I'm trying to say Look at what I have to offer because this is important

spk_0:   12:44
for you, for your health, for your wellness, for your life, from motivation and inspiration. So, you know, you actually do an amazing job of you know, this podcasting time. It's health and wellness time. You know, you do a great transition. We know what to expect from your brand. Um, what suggestions do you have for people who are all over the place who are trying to figure out their niche?

spk_1:   13:05
Oh, man, that's a toughie. Because I'm a girl like you that likes to dabble in a lot of different things. I like to sing. I like to do this. I like to do that. Um, if she can sing, I found that I watched the video of me at the club. Anyway, sometimes when you go back, you kind of criticize yourself. But be that as it may, how could people settle down? Well, I would say, You know what John Lee Duma says, And we learned this at the conference Focus, he said, Focus, give follow one course until success. So I have done a lot of different things. And then I realized, Oh my gosh, they all fall under the wellness umbrella. So, like I'm a fitness professional, I teach classes, right? I'm a health coach. I got certified by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. I have spirituality. I have a person of faith. So I thought, How can I tied all these things together? Plus, I like to inspire people with podcasting and all. I thought, Oh, holistic, Hilda can be that all Encompassing brand. So I would say, Look and see if there's a thread or a theme among all the things you do, you might think they're all really random and then suddenly realize, Oh my gosh, I love talking to people When I'm working at the veterinary clinic, I, you know, do this Toastmasters Club or whatever. Like you realize the Senate's all communications. Do you see? I mean, so you might be surprised, but you might be able to identify one thing and then do try to focus on that one thing because it will help your audience know what to expect. And it will give them the value added. And then you'll have that connection that's needed for growth. Excellent. I love how

spk_0:   14:30
you sum that up. Um, I just want to tell you, I appreciate you admire you guys. Please check her out. Can you give people the best way to contact you? Instagram Twitter. Facebook?

spk_1:   14:41
Absolutely. I'm at Holistic held on Instagram and also on Twitter. I've got my website, which is holistic hilda dot com. And if you're thinking cash? No, she embry have got me thinking like, should I start a show? Just goto holistic hilda dot com. Contact me and I'll do a free 15 minute concert with you. That's all I did with Bree. I promise that and maybe in my book, and then all of a sudden, boom, she was out and off to the races, and she's doing phenomenal work. So thank you so much

spk_0:   15:09
for coming. Thank you for coming. Thank you. Thank you. I guess I can't explain to you how excited I am. She said yes s o guys, if you wanted to listen to the show, if you can tell people to subscribe, you know, pass it on. You can find me on baroness bree dot com. The website, fabulous factory dot com has been completely revamped. Please check it out. You can find us on any place you can download, download the podcast and also check out our new YouTube channel on Fabulous fuck is youtube dot com slash fabulous factory. Thank you, guys so much for turned tuning in and do well it marriage favorites in spite of every little bit of factory and have a great one. Love you.