Episode 29

The Optimal Morning Routine Plus Keto Tips

With Dr. Stephanie Estima

Every day when we wake we are given a new opportunity to be our best selves—to be present for our loved ones, do the work we are meant to be doing, and feel at peace. However, in our day and age, technology is a part of every waking moment. That cell phone alarm that wakes us up can hijack our mornings, starting us off in a panic, and prompting us to seek out what has happened in the news overnight or who needs something from us.

We can choose a different path, if we want, that can set the pace for our productivity for the rest of the day while, at the same time, helping us feel balanced and happy. Dhru’s conversation on The Broken Brain Podcast this week is all about creating habits that contribute to balance with Dr. Stephanie Estima, founder of The Health Loft in Toronto. Dhru and Dr. Stephanie start off by talking about her morning routine—especially as a mom to three boys—and they meander through many important topics such as breakfast ideas, keto diet tips, isolation new moms can feel, and so much more.

I know you’ll love all the amazing information in this episode of The Broken Brain Podcast as much as I did.

PS – Here are a bunch of helpful links if you’d like more information on Dr. Stephanie’s work:

If you are in Toronto, find her at The Health Loft and worldwide at The Keto Clean Program (Free Masterclass on Keto and Fasting). For more details on routines, here are some articles Dr. Stephanie has written on Morning Routine, on Evening Routine, and on Fasting.

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I hope you enjoyed this conversation as much as I did.
Wishing you health and happiness.
Dhru Purohit

In this Episode, you will learn

  1. Why is a morning routine important?
  2. Core elements of a morning routine to set the tone for the day
  3. Dr. Stephanie’s breakfast tips
  4. How does mindset play a role in any routine?
  5. Childhood habits that played a role in Dr. Stephanie’s mission
  6. A learning journey to helping people
  7. Is a keto diet right for everyone?
  8. The importance of listening to your body
  9. Dr. Stephanie’s evening routine
  10. The isolation factor of being a new mom
  11. How Tetris will help you grow your brain
  12. Where to find Dr. Stephanie


Dhru Purohit

Dhru is the host of the Dhru Purohit Podcast, a top 30 health podcast with over 30 million downloads.

As an entrepreneur, Dhru is also the CEO Dr. Hyman Enterprises, Farmacy and the UltraWellness Center, a functional medicine based clinic that specializes in treating chronic disease through personalized medicine.

Dr. Stephanie Estima

Dr. Stephanie is a big-hearted, energetic, and compassionate healer dedicated to changing lives through health strategies like nutrition, fitness, and mindset.

She studied Neuroscience and Psychology and received her Bachelor of Science with Honours from University of Toronto. She then went on to complete her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

Dr. Stephanie is the owner and clinic director of The Health Loft, in downtown Toronto. She has been in private practice for the last 15 years where she has had immense satisfaction serving the hundreds of families she calls practice members.

During this time, she has loved putting together and presenting workshops, educational seminars, and participating in local events to reach out to the surrounding community.

She fully understands how stress, if left untreated, can fully integrate into the body and have devastating effects on quality of life. It is her aim to educate her practice members and surrounding community on how to reach their true health potential.

She is a former figure competitor, placing 3rd in the New York Regional Division in her first competition in the National Physique Committee.

Dr. Stephanie has two incredible children. Becoming a parent, and the process of parenting every day has taught her more about love, respect, forgiveness, patience, curiosity, and human potential than she could have imagined before having children.

She has a long standing love of languages, quirky jokes, and superheroes.

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