The Tea With Laura & Rachele, hosted by lifelong friends, was created to cultivate a community of like minded women who love to grow in all aspects of life. Covering everything from health and fitness to spirituality and relationships. Join us on our journey to living a more meaningful and inspired life. No topic is off limits.
Tuesday Mar 29, 2022
Tuesday Mar 29, 2022
In this episode we sit down with Camille Martin R.D. and discuss how loving your life and setting goals you're passionate about can help you finally lose the weight that's been consuming your mind. Camille is on a mission to help women break the dieting cycle and take back their power. Join us and listen in now!
About Our Guest
Camille Martin is a registered dietitian, public health writer, and former chronic dieter dedicated to helping women quit dieting, set bigger and better goals, reclaim their excitement for life — and lose weight in the process.
She spent nearly 25 years of her life on a diet, and she’s passionate about showing women how to break free from the downward dieting spiral of failure and improve their relationship with food, change their destructive habits and negative thought patterns, and lose weight without dieting.
She also wants to show women how setting and achieving a big goal that has nothing to do with losing weight is what will help you lose it – because the confident, inspired person you become while working toward it naturally adopts the thoughts and habits consistent with health.
She wants to teach you what she learned on her journey so you can short-cut the process and be on your way to a happier, healthier life — one that’s no longer dominated by a desperation to lose weight. Camille is the owner of Love To Lose and lives in Charlotte, NC, with her two daughters and their rescue dogs.
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What we're drinking: Rachele - Raspberry Leaf | Laura - Rose Infused Green Tea | Camille - Hint Water
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