Fun, inspirational, informative, and empowering, Keeping It Real: Conversations with Jillian Michaels showcases weekly, in depth interviews with the world's foremost experts in all fields of wellness. From medicine, fitness, and nutrition to parenting, money, and relationships - the show is raw, authentic, and fact based. With guests like Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Lisa Ling, Suze Orman, Dr. Gail Saltz, Brian Greene, Dr. William Li and more giving the audience all the info needed to enhance their lives in any way they choose to. So join Jillian each week and learn from top doctors, athletes, entrepreneurs, scientists, and more.
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Not just about calories BUT THANK YOU for speaking out against the ridiculousness that is coming at your daughter. Unpopular opinion, you said so much truth and it’s about time someone spoke up. You said everything I have tried to put into words but haven’t been so articulate about. Maybe your daughter will be president one day! I enjoy your show and have always admired you’re “yes it’s hard, yes it’s unfair but you can do hard things and you aren’t alone.”
Loved this topic and love you Jillian but you kept interrupting and they never finished talking about the canned food😂 I guess I have to buy the book!!
I am 34 years old and can relate a lot to your daughter in different ways. I only suggest maybe homeschool, get her to learn things that she wants to do. Almost like a trade school for what she wants to learn. On the other hand thank you for the podcast it’s brought positive light to my life ..on my long drives to work.
This is an unhappy woman who still doesn't like herself. She has skinny confused with healthy. The disrespect and shaming she did to people on the biggest loser , to make her feel good about herself. She should not be on a public platform until she heals herself. She is mean and unhappy.
I feel Jillian has gone to the dark side. Guest speakers all the time, and no real Jillian anymore. She don’t even answer questions from listeners. Nutrition and exercise, that’s what you do. Give the listeners motivation to do that. Not talk about issues we are trying to escape because mainstream media is killing us with it. After today’s “unbiased” podcast I have decided to stop listening. She said it wouldn’t be about sides, or anyone’s opinion, but the entire podcast was the “benefit of the ... more
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