Posted in Ketogenic Life, Of Heart and Mind

Stress Kills Ketosis

This article has been created with the goal of helping to weed out common misunderstandings about what ketogenic nutrition should look and feel like.

You should NOT be starving yourself everyday in an attempt to lose weight. You should NOT feel so guilty that your cortisol levels are through the roof. You should NOT remove carbohydrates without replacing it with other nutrients: FAT AND KETONES!

That’s the paramount point here. The management of insulin is the key reason ketosis became an area of empirical research. Insulin, a hormone, is released into the body and promotes fat storage. Those spikes in insulin that take place with sugar intake are the culprit. In this article by Dr. Adam Nally from Surprise, AZ, he addresses Common Ketosis Killers in layman’s terms so every single person can understand it quite simply.

How do you kill ketosis?

  1. carbohydrates
  2. alcohol
  3. excessive protein
  4. malnourishment
  5. artificial sweeteners
  6. flavored coffee creamers
  7. unnecessary medications (upon doctor’s approval)
  8. STRESS

Numbers 1 through 7 can generally be managed by self-control, personal mediation and increased respect for your body! Number 8 is the MOST CHALLENGING! Am I right?

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Lowering stress seems to be the most difficult to adjust. In my years of practice, every person deciding to make a lifestyle change can add or remove whatever nutrients they need to achieve their health and wellness goals. However, when stress levels aren’t decreased, nothing CAN change! Cortisol, the hormone stimulated by the increase in stress, literally kills ketosis and neuron communication in the brain. Adequate sleep is imperative, and even 10 minutes a day of meditation, stretching, yoga or that splendid “me time” could help combat how stress is impacting your daily life.

I hope this serves as a reminder to respect your body and give yourself some love. If you are not sure what that looks like, read through other articles I’ve written here on my site. As stated above, exogenous ketones help mediate the effects of stress, and are available for purchase here. Here’s to the rebirth of ketosis!

Posted in Of Heart and Mind

Upcoming Events Announcement!

Happy 1st Monday of 2017!

Let’s see what January has in store for CJ Nutrition Consulting!



Ladies’ Night In!

Friday January 13, 2017 @ 7-10 pm

124 Alpha, Kyle, TX 78640

Join Sarah, Linda and I as we host our women’s health extravaganza in Kyle! After the craze of the holidays, put yourself back at the center of your life, and be around like-minded women who want to have a wonderful year! Discussion topics include breast health, bras, nutrition, ketones, essential oils, and so much more! Food, drinks and laughs galore!

Click here to RSVP on Facebook!


FREE Admission: Ketogenic Nutrition Workshop

Wednesday January 18, 2017 @ 6:30-8 pm

San Marcos Public Library: 625 E Hopkins Street, San Marcos, TX 78666

– Learn how ketones are produced!
– Gain access to powerful research and encouraging testimonials about nutritional ketosis and exogenous ketone supplementation!
– Discover how ketones will positively affect your mental clarity, energy, metabolism, sleep, and more!
– Take home a folder full of nutritional tools to utilize for you and your entire family!
– Become the “alpha” you were born to be by taking control of your nutrition!
– Optimize your brain with the ketogenic lifestyle to help your body be a fat-fueled machine!

Click here to pre-register!


Blaze Your Trail: Ketone Therapy

Saturday January 21, 2017 @ 12:30-2:30 pm

Willow Gardens Hot Yoga: 302 S Main St, Ste 103, Buda, Texas 78610

Enjoy a Saturday afternoon as we discuss how to make sustainable and nutrient-dense food choices and utilize pure therapeutic ketones! With a fun approach to education, I will provide ketone refreshments and health conscious (yet delicious!) snacks. Learn amongst peers in an interactive classroom with a Q&A session and a chance to network amongst other individuals that have health at the forefront of their vision! Investment of $25-$35!

Click here to grab your tickets!


Prüvit EPIK 2017

Friday January 27 to Sunday January 29, 2017

Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Marriot: 8440 Freeport Pkwy, Irving, Texas 75063

Get ready to make 2017 EPIK at the 1st Annual Prüvit EPIK event! Be around an incredible energy with people who are excited about pure therapeutic ketones! Discover just how powerful these ketones are in changing the health and wellness dynamic of our world! Learn from top Prüvers  on how you can take your Prüvit business to the MAX in 2017! Hear from Rank 6 and above Champions in attendance and specialists in the exogenous ketone space from across the globe. Join us as we tour the ketone lab and make excursions around town that will surely make memories! Plus MAJOR PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENTS!!

Preview: Thursday, Jan 26
2:00pm – 4:00pm Lab Tour 1625 Wallace Drive, Suite 130, Carrollton, Texas 75006
5:00pm – 9:00pm Pre-registration
Day 1: Friday, Jan 27
10:00am to 2:00pm Lab Tours (registration on-site) 1625 Wallace DriveSuite 130Carrollton, Texas 75006
2:00pm to 7:00pm Secret Surprise Registration!!
7:00pm Keynote Speakers and VIP Reception
Day 2: Saturday, Jan 28
8.30am Morning Müvement
10:00am to 11:00am Special Guest
5:00pm to 5:30pm Keto Mixer and Red Carpet to Black and White Awards Ceremony
5:30pm Award dinner with Top Prüformer Awards and other Prüver Awards, Keynote speakers and Hear from top influencers and champions in Prüvit sharing their story and Epik nuggets
Day 3: Sunday, Jan 29
10:00am VIP Gathering
11:00am – 5:00pm Business Building Basics
5:00pm You don’t have to go home! You can stay at the hotel, but the event is over!

First, get your ticket here, then reach out to me to coordinate ride and room shares!



4 different events!

4 different chances to make your January a solid foundation for 2017!

Posted in Of Heart and Mind

NEW BRAND!

Hello, everyone! Thank you for visiting the new and improved Coral Jinright website!

As you may have noticed, the title of my website is now “Coral Jinright Nutrition Consulting”, but my website is still coraljinrightfitness.wordpress.com.

It will take a while for the website name to be changed to the new business name, solely because I have over 300+ business cards around the nation and am still working to make sure those people with that site name are able to find my content.

I am still a certified personal trainer…. this means I am still going to be sharing techniques for fitness, corrective exercise and stretching!

The majority of our world has a hard time “moving” and eating properly. For that reason, I am gearing my focus towards nutrition solely because you can work out all you want and still never see the results you want if your nutrition sucks! If your brain isn’t operating correctly, the whole body is S.O.L.

There you have it, folks! If you have any questions, please comment below!

Giving Him all the credit,

Coral Jinright

Posted in Corrective Exercise, Ketogenic Life, Of Heart and Mind

Requests for Research

Hello everyone! Thanks for supporting Coral Jinright Fitness! If you are not yet a subscriber to my weekly emails, please complete the following form to receive weekly email updates! Share with friends and family about this great opportunity to stay in the know! This is such an exciting thing I get to offer to ensure that your knowledge base is always growing, and your steps to action in sharing your knowledge grows even faster! This post is going to be short, sweet and simple.

Please comment on this post with a topic you’d like to learn more about. The topic with the most comments will become my FIRST short video to share with you and yours. It can be anything related to success, health and fitness!

Examples include:

  • ketones and inflammation
  • insulin stability
  • low back pain
  • insufficient energy
  • sleeping posture
  • ketones and seizures
  • muscle mass preservation
  • time prioritization
  • SO MANY MORE!!

Do not be afraid to comment about what YOU need more of in your life.

Also check out this incredible video featuring Rob DeBoer discussing the bioavailability of KETO//OS MAX and how this ketone technology is already changing millions of lives worldwide!
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Your life can only be as good as you praise your self to be!

Awaiting your responses,

Coral Jinright

 

Posted in Of Heart and Mind

Depression, PTSD and Other Mental Illnesses

Every week, we come into contact with new people that enter our lives. These people can be introduced into your life as clients, friends, customers, co-workers, love interests, and even family you’ve never met before. One thing that we all possess is a real self, which is the person that we are currently living as. However, we all also possess an ideal self, that person we wish or aim to become. This is something I studied in great detail my junior year at Hendrix College in Dr. Dana Leighton’s Social Cognition course when I wrote this research paper discussing The Salience of Guilt, Self-Blame and Hopelessness.

fully functioning person, according to Carl Rogers, a humanistic psychologist, is one who is possesss these five characteristics:

  1. Open to experience: both positive and negative emotions accepted. Negative feelings are not denied, but worked through.
  2. Existential living: being able to live and fully appreciate the present, allowing themselves to experience life, not always looking back to the past or forward to the future.
  3. Trust feelings: decisions made ourselves due to feeling, instincts and gut-reactions are paid attention to and trusted.
  4. Creativity: not playing safe all the time, taking risks and thinking creatively, including the ability to adjust and change and seek new experiences.
  5. Fulfilled life: happy and satisfied with one’s life, yet looking for new challenges and experiences.

Such a person also exists when the individual is able to accept that our selves are not in congruent (the real self is not full equivalent to the the ideal self), and is patient and understanding with themselves in working towards becoming as such. But what happens when the individuals does not accept the gap between the real self and the ideal self is most frequently mental illness, such as depression, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. This is something that I dedicated a significant amount of my time to research. In fact, I intend to continue to pursue research and turn my paper (referred to at the top of the page) into a fully comprehensible book on what this all means. It’s something that I am very passionate about.

Please take the 30 minutes it may require to really read through this information and digest it. Something as fundamental as this is a big reason why there is disconnect in our society. So many people don’t believe they are capable of ever becoming their ideal self, and therefore revoke their ability to be fully functioning people contributing to society. Similarly, most people witness the impediments faced by such a person and are unable to put their egos aside. They can’t understand that the person they see can’t just set aside their concerns and instantaneously become the person they wish to be. The concept of patience is simple, but hardly practiced.

Just a tidbit to take with you as you embark on new journeys. Have a marvelous weekend!

Ever so graciously,

Coral Jinright

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Posted in Of Heart and Mind

Become Hungry For Life Again

One week ago today, April 20, I had 69 visitors and over 90 page visits. Let’s try and make that a daily occurrence! Share with your friends and family to make sure they get their daily dose, too.

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Today’s a day of action-planning, of introversion. What the heck do I want from my life?

Here’s a few things I’ve come up with for the remainder of 2016:

  • have open dialogue and a deeper relationship with God
  • create change in people’s lives (both physically and mentally)
    • help clients reach a new personal best every time I meet with them
    • educate clients on the importance of nutrition for mind and body
    • influence non-clients to want to learn more about exercise and nutrition
  • attend at least 4 seminars/conferences to gain knowledge in my field(s) of work
  • compete in a figure contest and place 1st
  • observe/intern at a prosthetics lab to work my way to grad school
  • upgrade my 2007 Kawasaki 650R for another sportsbike (make/model to be decided)
  • drive my 1969 Jeepster Commando through all kinds of scenery
  • become more financially stable with income and expenses
  • make a social life for myself (interactions outside of those with my pups)
  • record at least one song of voice and guitar as a Christmas gift
  • have more contact with family and friends outside of Austin

Take an hour one day to sit down and write down some short-term (6-12 month) goals. Every week, take 30 minutes to go over your list, see where you’re putting the effort and make sure you’re doing something weekly to work towards all of those goals. Some goals might take more persistence than others… Budget your time. Make sure you have your priorities in line. Yes, this is the only life you’ve got.

Don’t find yourself looking back every December asking yourself “What did I do this year?” and having your response be a blank stare on your face with bags under your eyes because all you’ve done is work, work, work and not pursue YOU!

Here are a few great links to help you work on those characteristics that are essential to deciding, working towards, and obtaining your life goals:

  1. Fear: https://www.tonyrobbins.com/mind-meaning/how-to-use-fear/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_content=How%2520to%2520Use%2520Fear&utm_campaign=Editorial
  2. Mastery: http://www.businessinsider.com/tony-robbins-what-to-do-in-20s-be-successful-in-30s-2016-4
  3. Audacity: https://definingaudacity.com/2013/08/22/leverage2/
  4. Hungry for Life: http://www.hungryforlife.org/blog/why-again-did-we-start

Instead of dragging your feet, make every step purposefully. Instead of waiting, go out and put your dreams in the palm of your hand. Instead of falling victim to setbacks, use them as a diving board to jump deeper into what you want in your life.

Subscribe to get updates on new posts, and share to inspire others around you to create change. Thank you for your support!

Warmly,

Coral Jinright

Posted in Of Heart and Mind

Disney’s Dream

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Today I spent the morning working and am currently spending the afternoon with my pups and watching Netflix, with the balcony door open because it’s gorgeous outside. No activities have me outside the house today, so I found this to be a perfect time to share some motivation.

While watching Netflix, I came to a movie called Walt Before Mickey. Growing up on Disney movies and hearing my parents talk about his story to creating his amazing industry, I couldn’t help but watch it. Walt Before Mickey is an independent 2015 biographical drama film about the early years of Walt Disney and the book Walt Before Mickey: Disney’s Early Years, 1919–1928 by Timothy S. Susanin. At a young age, Walt’s father, who didn’t really support his drawing, got ill and his family relocated to Kansas City. After his first job as a drawer for a filming company, Walt began to start his own animation business with some great friends who were cartoonists at his previous job. Walt’s company Laugh-O-Grams bankruptcy and became homeless, making good friends with a mouse who found his way into Walt’s old office. Walt then moved to Los Angeles, CA to try again at creating his own business and asked his brother Roy Disney to help with the business side, which Walt admitted he was not very good at. Before almost hitting rock bottom again, on his way home on a train, with his then fiancé Lillian, Walt saw mouse ears in the clouds and drew up who became Mickey Mouse. It was a theatrical success; and thus, Walt Disney’s name was seen on the big screen, and his empire was born.

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Merriam-Webster defines a dream to be “something notable for its beauty, excellence, or enjoyable quality” as well as “a strongly desired goal or purpose something that fully satisfies a wish”.  A dream is something you imagine, and can never be something molded by others. The manner at which you go about making your dream a reality may have mid-course corrections. But your dream is what you imagine abstractly and work to make concrete.

No matter the downfalls he came to, he never failed to ask for help and that people would continue to have hope in his dream. His best friend Ub from his first job, his fiancé Lilian, and his brother Roy were the only ones to stay and see his dream come to fruition. The lesson learned: dreams do not just materialize right in front of you. Working with a loyal support team, a network of teammates, is the only way to achieve your dreams. It has taken me years upon years for me to understand that a battle is not won with one person or even two. DON’T be afraid to ask for help. DON’T listen to negativity, but DO listen to guidance and honest assistance. DON’T tell yourself how hard it is, only what you see down the road. DON’T short change your potential, and laugh much, imagine more, and DO THE IMPOSSIBLE!

Happily,

Coral Jinright

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Posted in Of Heart and Mind

Opportunities Arise

If you’ve known me long enough (or well enough), you’ve come to learn that I don’t do well without a task. Whether that task is to make people before 110% better at the end of a training session, finish up the rest of my 15 page undergraduate research paper, or simply do an oil change on my motorcycle, I am always looking for something that has an end result. Sometimes, though, that inhibits you from appreciating all of the connections you’ve made along the way. I’ve made connections with people, with God, with animals, with machines, with Mother Nature. And sadly, day by day, some of those connections are taken for granted. To me, that is highly unacceptable. So on Earth Day, I sit here in a restaurant sipping my water (after eating some eggs, sausage and gluten-free pancakes) after a CRAZY leg day. I’m seeing single mothers have lunch with her two daughters too young to sit in the booth; I’m seeing two elderly women discuss patterns and colors for a project they are working on together; I’m seeing husband and wife share a lunch together after such a busy week.

We have all fallen victim to waltzing through life, staring at the flowers in the grass. But maybe, we haven’t been admiring the magnificence of the blue sky, the air conditioning in your car, or the clothes on your body. When you stop and take the time to really look at EVERYTHING, the whole world is different. I live a fast-paced life, multiple jobs, and a million to-do’s written on a piece of paper in my backpack. Writing this post is thanks to the abundance of reading I have been doing about our miraculous human body, the love of my boyfriend, dogs and family, the guidance of my mentors and the dedication of my peers to serve as a great model to those around them. Chase after your dreams. Write them everywhere! A whiteboard or a bathroom mirror instead of just a piece of paper you can crumple up and throw away. See these things EVERY DAY and know the Universe is pulling these things together to see you flourish. Embrace it.

Faithfully,

Coral Jinright