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SBS Macedonian - СБС Македонски
Elizabeth Velinsky dreams of a laughter retreat - Комичарката Елизабет Велински сонува за одморалиште за смеа

SBS Macedonian - СБС Македонски

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 21:19


Melbourne stand-up comedian Elizabeth Velinsky, (Instagram-'Liz In The Middle Ages') believes life is too short to take too seriously. Her latest Instagram clip 'Menopause Explained', a take-off of Madonna's 1983 release-'Burning Up', takes a light-hearted view of the pains and excesses of middle age. Liz says "we need more laughter in our lives", and hopes to one day open her own unisex laughter retreat! - Стенд-ап комичарката од Мелбурн, Елизабет Велински, (Инстаграм-'Liz In The Middle Ages') верува дека животот е премногу краток за да се сфати премногу сериозно. Нејзиниот последен клип за менопаузата на Инстаграм 'Burning Up', на комичен начин ги презентира болките и ексцесите на средната возраст. Лиз вели: "Ни треба повеќе смеа во нашите животи“ и се надева дека еден ден ќе отвори сопствено одморалиште за смеa!

Health By Heather Hirsch
98. Where Have I Been? And What New Menopause Projects am I working on?

Health By Heather Hirsch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 20:23


Wow, I have been gone for the last few months and can't wait to let you know what I have been up to!

Inspire Health Podcast
Energy Medicine, Tapping, Muscle Testing And How To Rekindle the Passion In Your relationship with Donna Eden & Dr. David Feinstein : IHP 118

Inspire Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 77:35


Join us today as energy avatars Donna Eden and Dr. David Feinstein PhD enlighten us with over 40 years of insights into energy medicine. Donna and David explain what exactly energy medicine is, when we can as well as when we can't trust the body and how to rekindle the passion in our relationships. Highlights Learn how to activate your inner healer. Discover how we have all been “Instinct-Wounded.” Understand what causes energy to become blocked in the body. Learn a powerful technique that you can use right now to dissolve stress. Gain clarity on how to rekindle the passion in your relationship or discover when it may be time to move on. To learn more: LearnEnergyMedicine.com EnergyPsychEd.com

Hit Play Not Pause
Staying On Top of the Symptoms with Catriona Courtney (Episode 59)

Hit Play Not Pause

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 68:04


Joint pain, hot flashes, night sweats, crushing fatigue. Menopause can usher in a host of symptoms that make daily life challenging, let alone daily life on top of training and racing as a recreational athlete, being a mom, and managing a business. But with knowledge, practice, and patience, it can be done. This week's guest, Registered Sports Nutritionist, ultra-runner, mom of four, and owner of Elev8nutrition is here to share how she stays on top of the symptoms as an athletic woman in perimenopause. Catriona is the founder of Elev8nutrition and Instagram account @elev8nutritionirl, a private practice and platform for active women seeking nutrition support for perimenopause/menopause, gut issues relating to exercise, everyday and event nutrition, and weight management with a mindful eating and non restrictive eating philosophy. You can learn more about her work at https://elev8nutrition.ie/ **Support the Podcast** InsideTracker: 25% off at insidetracker.com/feistymenopause Nuun Hydration: 30% off at nuunlife.com with the code HITPLAY Previnex: 15% off your first order with code HITPLAY at https://www.previnex.com/ Bonafide: 20% off your first purchase when you subscribe to any product with code HITPLAY at https://hellobonafide.com/

HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
Menopause: Our Stories Pt. 2

HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 43:04


This week Colleen and Bridgett are doing things a little different.  After many requests for our personal experiences with perimenopause, menopause and midlife, we are updating our stories.  We are also adding in a holiday cheer! The episode will begin with our annual "Can Bridgett Guess the Cost?".  Each year, we explore the Neiman Marcus Holiday Gift Guide (Extravagant Gift section) and Colleen shares a few of the most expensive gifts from the catalog.  Bridgett then attempts to guess the actual costs of the items.  From a custom Hummer to a 30 carat diamond, this year's items are even more luxurious.  Try to guess along with Bridgett and see how you do. We also talk about what is happening in our midlife journeys.  Bridgett's periods made an appearance again after 6+ years and she explains why and what she has done about it.  Colleen's night sweats are back with a vengeance and menopause is still a lofty goal far from reach.  We are honest with a little touch of humor.  Share your stories with us at hotflashescooltopics@gmail.com Please subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hot-flashes-cool-topics/id1481021446 Take a look at our website: www.hotflashescooltopics.com  

Bulletproof Radio
Alzheimer's Targets Women's Brains Decades Before Symptoms Show – Maria Shriver & Dr. Lisa Mosconi : 880

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 35:17


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My Aging and Wellness Podcast
5 Natural Supplements Women Should take over 50!

My Aging and Wellness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 13:44


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ADHD Experts Podcast
380- Menopause and ADHD: How Estrogen Changes Impact Dopamine, Cognition, and Women's Health

ADHD Experts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 63:49


Many women, ADHD or not, report increased difficulties with organization, memory, & mood during menopause. Jeanette Wasserstein, Ph.D., discusses estrogen loss during middle age, how it impacts cognition, and how it may worsen or even “create” ADHD.

Live Greatly
Jannine Versi | Smashing The Menopause Taboo & Empowering Women From The Co-Founder of Elektra Health

Live Greatly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 28:15


If you've been experiencing irregular periods, brain fogs, or mood changes, you might be undergoing perimenopause without even knowing it. Today, Jannine Versi will be sharing how women can take control of their health and hormones, and where to find support during those physical changes. Key Takeaways From This Episode Most prevalent menopause symptoms. When do they start? How to make lifestyle changes that support your health Is it beneficial to eat soy products? Why you need to set boundaries around work 3 tips for picking quality supplements   About Jannine Versi Jannine Versi is the Co-Founder and COO of Elektra Health. Elektra Health is built around one simple mission: smashing the menopause taboo. They're creating a movement to reimagine menopause as the beginning of a new chapter, one that is powerful & transformative. Elektra Health provides deep expertise & science-backed solutions alongside community support & guidance to give women agency over their hormonal health. Their approach is holistic and integrative, and it starts with education from trusted experts. Connect with Jannine Website: www.elektrahealth.com Instagram: @elektrahealth Facebook: Elektra Health   About Vegamour Vegamour is a holistic approach to hair wellness that incorporates clinically tested plant-based ingredients that work in tandem to promote healthy, beautiful hair naturally, without using harmful chemicals or short-term ‘fixes' that can lead to long-term problems. They study the power of nature through the lens of science to bring you the ultimate in total hair wellness & beauty for a lifetime of happiness. Vegamour simply models nature's holistic approach to healthy growth & function by combining bioavailable plant-based actives, enzymes, and proteins in a 360, inside/out approach to create the optimal ecosystem for hair wellness. Vegamour uses the world's finest, hand-curated, natural ingredients to ensure quality and efficacy. They cared enough to set up their own sustainable supply chains to bring beautiful, natural ingredients into everything they formulate. In return, they take care of the land and the people who help them bring this true love to you and your hair. Connect with Vegamour Website: www.vegamour.com Instagram: @vegamour Facebook: Vegamour Pinterest: @vegamour To obtain 20% off from Vegamour, visit their website at www.vegamour.com and use promo code GREATLY20.   Kristel Bauer, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. She is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & Physician Assistant experienced in Integrative Psychiatry and Functional Medicine.  Follow her on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co Clubhouse: @livegreatly LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here.

This or Something Better
Ep 55: Reimagining Menopause with Jill Angelo of Gennev

This or Something Better

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 43:34


Approximately 25 million women go through Menopause each year and yet women aren't prepared for it. They are embarrassed. They feel dismissed by their doctors, and they feel alone. As CEO and co-founder of Gennev, Jill Angelo is doing something about it. Gennev's goal is to empower women to take control of their health in the second half of life.    Gennev is fundamentally re-imagining the way women manage menopause with telehealth, products and community. They're changing the way women are supported in the workplace, and they;re influencing women's health and menopause research with the hopes of finding promising new solutions.   While this conversation is about menopause, it's also about identifying a hole in the marketplace and delivering a solution to truly serve and empower women, and that's innovation at its finest. So regardless of your gender or stage in life, this conversation is worth a listen.    About Jill Jill is the co-founder and CEO of Gennev whose mission is to empower every woman to take control of her life in menopause. Gennev is the first-ever telehealth provider and community for women in menopause. Jill has 20 years' experience in the tech industry, primarily at Microsoft in executive roles such as Chief of Staff to the CMO, Director of Global Media, and Product Management for Emerging Markets. Jill is also a member of the Board of Directors for Special Olympics of Washington. Named as one of Inc. Magazine's 2020 Top 100 Female Founders, Jill is a driving force for bringing effective health solutions to women in the most vibrant years of their lives.   Connect With Jill Website https://gennev.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mygennev/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mygennev/ Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/company/gennev/ Twitter https://twitter.com/mygennev/ For employers https://gennev.com/workplace Email jill@gennev.com

The Menopause Movement Podcast
How MENO-Mate Amanda Got Her Mojo Back (The Best of the Menopause Movement Podcast Episode 34)

The Menopause Movement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 52:23


Some say that with menopause, we just have to go through it. And some have gone through it for 5 years, 10 years, and even 20 years. Even I remember my surgeon friends telling me that I just have to suffer through it. But getting your mojo back is possible. One of our OG MENO-Mates is Amanda who also didn't want to put up with suffering in menopause. After she joined the program, it didn't matter how many symptoms she was suffering from. She went from battling her negative thoughts to changing her life for the better. If you've been looking for a reason to start living your best life in menopause, this episode is for you! Discussion Points:  [04:11] How Amanda discovered The Menopause Movement [04:59] What made Amanda so interested in The Menopause Movement [07:28] How The Menopause Movement helped Amanda bounce back from her accident [09:17] Why did Amanda gain weight even though her food intake didn't change? [10:41] What are the benefits of CBD in Menopause? [11:23] What was Amanda's biggest scepticism before signing up? [14:59] What does Amanda think of the program after signing up? [16:55] Amanda's "Aha!" moment when she signed up for the program [20:02] How has Amanda's life changed as she started to implement the MENO Mate way of living? [24:29] Why Amanda likes the 6th module of the program [27:32] Why should you consider joining The Menopause Movement? [33:53] Why should you be a part of The Menopause Movement? [36:02] Is there any other community out there that would talk about the experiences of going through menopause? [39:14] What is Amanda's message to those who are going through menopause? [44:58] Listen to Amanda's testimonial Resources:  Check my latest podcast or listen to the previous ones (https://www.menopausemovement.com/podcast) Connect with me on Instagram (@drmichellegordon) Follow me on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/drmichellegordon)  For more podcast episodes, you may also visit my website. Tune in and subscribe to The Menopause Movement Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Thank you for tuning in!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Flipping 50 Show
10 Most-Asked Questions About Flipping50 Membership

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 26:37


The Flipping50 membership is a labor of love in response to frustrations I heard for years with my own private clients and the hundreds of women in midlife training with staff members, then later the thousands of women I know weren't wrong when they said, “I'm not settling” and “I'm not going to listen to a young male (or female trainer) tell me that I must be cheating or to stick with it even if I feel like crap.” Women in menopause and beyond if nothing else are not afraid to speak their mind, and not willing to put up with something that is not working and doesn't make sense. As I release this episode, the Flipping50 membership is open and it's the best time of the year to take advantage of a special Black Friday Event. The special, just like this episode will end and come down. Black Friday Flipping50 Membership We'll open at the end of the year, but now for a special opportunity like this. I'll share the details at the end but first I want to answer the questions that are most frequently asked about joining. In a follow up episode I'm answering the most frequently misunderstood science about menopause fitness that you may also want to tune in for while you're cooking or traveling this week. Will I have access to every Flipping50 program or have to buy more once I'm a member? What programs do I have access to? What equipment do I need to do the exercises at home? What if I have bad knees? Do I need any special technology? I'm not very tech savvy. Do I need to have a Facebook account? Should I have done another program before joining the Café? I've been active for years, will this be challenging enough for me? Why would I join when there are all kinds of free videos on YouTube? How often do I get to meet with you, Debra? https://www.flippingfifty.com/cafe $80 off the annual membership 6 12-week strength training sessions Core, yoga, pilates, HIIT Monthly master class Monthly challenge New recipes monthly Live with me 2x a month Metabolism Makeover Course ($699) Exercise Exercise nutrition Sleep Stress Understanding hormones Muscle Protein synthesis Virtual Retreat Jan 8 (Value $197) Strength training + cheat sheets Core + cheat sheet Hormones 101 & 201 with cheat sheet Yoga session There you have it, all the answers to the most-asked questions about membership itself and the benefits. So, here's the scoop on the special, you'll save an additional $80 off annual membership (already a significant $139 savings compared to monthly rates. So you're saving $219 compared to a regular monthly membership. PLUS, right now you'll be automatically gifted the Metabolism Makeover course (value $699) and the Flipping 50 Virtual Retreat January 8 (value $197). Tune in later this week for the science episode and one other special gift for you, as I open up and share my personal journey through the loss of my mom and her last few months. If I've missed a question, please share it with me below the show notes at Flippingfifty.com/Flipping50-membership

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 11.22.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 53:56


Hyperbaric oxygen therapy may alleviate symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease Tel Aviv University (Israel) A new Tel Aviv University study reveals that hyperbaric oxygen treatments may ameliorate symptoms experienced by patients with Alzheimer's disease. "This revolutionary treatment for Alzheimer's disease uses a hyperbaric oxygen chamber, which has been shown in the past to be extremely effective in treating wounds that were slow to heal," says Prof. Uri Ashery of TAU's Sagol School of Neuroscience and the Faculty of Life Sciences, who led the research for the study. "We have now shown for the first time that hyperbaric oxygen therapy can actually improve the pathology of Alzheimer's disease and correct behavioral deficits associated with the disease. (NEXT) Scientists discover that CoQ10 can program cancer cells to self-destruct A promising study shows that this nutrient causes cancer cells to self-destruct before they can multiply – giving rise to hopes that it can be utilized as an important integrative therapy for cancer patients.  Let's take a closer look at this wonderful scientific work. CoQ10 “reminds” cancer cells to die Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) – which supports many indispensable biochemical reactions – is also called “ubiquinone.”  This is due to its ubiquitous nature – CoQ10 is found in nearly every human cell, with particularly high concentrations in the mitochondria, the powerhouses of the cell. Researchers report that the out-of-control replication characteristic of cancer cells is a result of the cells' lost capacity to respond to programmed cell death, or apoptosis.  (NEXT) Study suggests hot flashes could be precursor to diabetes Analysis of Women's Health Initiative data demonstrates effect of severity and duration of hot flashes on risk of developing diabetes The North American Menopause Society Hot flashes, undoubtedly the most common symptom of menopause, are not just uncomfortable and inconvenient, but numerous studies demonstrate they may increase the risk of serious health problems, including heart disease. A new study suggests that hot flashes (especially when accompanied by night sweats) also may increase the risk of developing diabetes. Results are being published online today in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society (NAMS). "This study showed that, after adjustment for obesity and race, women with more severe night sweats, with or without hot flashes, still had a higher risk of diabetes," says Dr. JoAnn Pinkerton, NAMS executive director. "Menopause is a perfect time to encourage behavior changes that reduce menopause symptoms, as well as the risk of diabetes and heart disease. Suggestions include getting regular exercise and adequate sleep, avoiding excess alcohol, stopping smoking, and eating a heart- healthy diet. For symptomatic women, hormone therapy started near menopause improves menopause symptoms and reduces the risk of diabetes." (NEXT) Garlic extract may help obese adults combat inflammation University of Florida Aged garlic extract may help obese people ward off painful inflammation and lower cholesterol levels, a new University of Florida study shows. In the UF/IFAS study, scientists divided 51 obese people who were otherwise healthy into two groups ? those who took the aged garlic extract for six weeks and those who took a placebo. Researchers encouraged participants to continue their regular diet and exercise routine during the experiment. Research showed the garlic extract helped regulate immune-cell distribution and reduced blood LDL ? or "bad" ? cholesterol in the obese adults. Aged garlic extract modified the secretion of inflammatory proteins from immune cells, Percival said. (NEXT) Having children can make women's telomeres seem 11 years older George Mason University A recent study by George Mason University researchers in the Department of Global and Community Health found that women who have given birth have shorter telomeres compared to women who have not given birth. Telomeres are the end caps of DNA on our chromosomes, which help in DNA replication and get shorter over time. The length of telomeres has been associated with morbidity and mortality previously, but this is the first study to examine links with having children. (NEXT) Scientists uncover why sauna bathing is good for your health UNIVERSITY OF EASTERN FINLAND Over the past couple of years, scientists at the University of Eastern Finland have shown that sauna bathing is associated with a variety of health benefits. Using an experimental setting this time, the research group now investigated the physiological mechanisms through which the heat exposure of sauna may influence a person's health. Their latest study with 100 test subjects shows that taking a sauna bath of 30 minutes reduces blood pressure and increases vascular compliance, while also increasing heart rate similarly to medium-intensity exercise. (OTHER NEWS NEXT) Biden's Bounty on Your Life: Hospitals' Incentive Payments for COVID-19 By Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D. and Ali Shultz, J.D. – ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. November 17, 2021 Upon admission to a once-trusted hospital, American patients with COVID-19 become virtual prisoners, subjected to a rigid treatment protocol with roots in Ezekiel Emanuel's “Complete Lives System” for rationing medical care in those over age 50. They have a shockingly high mortality rate. How and why is this happening, and what can be done about it? As exposed in audio recordings, hospital executives in Arizona admitted meeting several times a week to lower standards of care, with coordinated restrictions on visitation rights. Most COVID-19 patients' families are deliberately kept in the dark about what is really being done to their loved ones. The combination that enables this tragic and avoidable loss of hundreds of thousands of lives includes (1) The CARES Act, which provides hospitals with bonus incentive payments for all things related to COVID-19 (testing, diagnosing, admitting to hospital, use of remdesivir and ventilators, reporting COVID-19 deaths, and vaccinations) and (2) waivers of customary and long-standing patient rights by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). In 2020, the Texas Hospital Association submitted requests for waivers to  CMS. According to Texas attorney Jerri Ward, “CMS has granted ‘waivers' of federal law regarding patient rights. Specifically, CMS purports to allow hospitals to violate the rights of patients or their surrogates with regard to medical record access, to have patient visitation, and to be free from seclusion.” She notes that “rights do not come from the hospital or CMS and cannot be waived, as that is the antithesis of a ‘right.' The purported waivers are meant to isolate and gain total control over the patient and to deny patient and patient's decision-maker the ability to exercise informed consent.” Creating a “National Pandemic Emergency” provided justification for such sweeping actions that override individual physician medical decision-making and patients' rights. The CARES Act provides incentives for hospitals to use treatments dictated solely by the federal government under the auspices of the NIH. These “bounties” must paid back if not “earned” by making the COVID-19 diagnosis and following the COVID-19 protocol. The hospital payments include: A “free” required PCR test in the Emergency Room or upon admission for every patient, with government-paid fee to hospital. Added bonus payment for each positive COVID-19 diagnosis. Another bonus for a COVID-19 admission to the hospital. A 20 percent “boost” bonus payment from Medicare on the entire hospital bill for use of remdesivir instead of medicines such as Ivermectin. Another and larger bonus payment to the hospital if a COVID-19 patient is mechanically ventilated. More money to the hospital if cause of death is listed as COVID-19, even if patient did not die directly of COVID-19. A COVID-19 diagnosis also provides extra payments to coroners.

The Resetter Podcast
Breaking Down The Hormonal Transition of Menopause – With Lara Briden

The Resetter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 73:55


For full show notes, resources mentioned, and transcripts go to: www.drmindypelz.com/ep97/ To enroll in Dr. Mindy's Fasting membership go to: resetacademy.drmindypelz.com In this episode, we dive into hormonal changes and the effect hormones and missing hormones have on brain health. Lara Briden is a naturopathic doctor and author of the bestselling books Period Repair Manual and Hormone Repair Manual. She has more than 20 years of experience in women's health and currently has a consulting room in Christchurch, New Zealand, where she treats women with PCOS, PMS, endometriosis, perimenopause, and many other hormones- and period-related health problems. Please see our medical disclaimer. 

Menopause Management - Dr. Barbie Taylor
Menopause is THE Most Neglected Topic on Earth

Menopause Management - Dr. Barbie Taylor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 24:07


Menopause is THE Most Neglected Topic on Earth Have you ever given any thought to just how terribly neglected the topic of menopause is? Whether you consider on an individual, familial, or societal level, menopause is undoubtedly THE most neglected topic on earth. In this podcast, I'll explain just how bad it is.

FX Medicine Podcast Central
Menopause: Oestrogen and the Brain : Emma Sutherland and Dr Nicola Gates

FX Medicine Podcast Central

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Hot flushes. Night sweats. Weight gain. Insomnia. These are generally the first things that come to mind when we think about menopause, but did you know that the changes in oestrogen levels during this time also affects cognitive function, memory, and mood as well? Today Emma Sutherland talks with clinical neuropsychologist, researcher, and author Dr Nicola Gates about menopause, particularly the impact oestrogen has on brain function. They discuss the connections between oestrogen on memory and depression, as well as how to support our patients going through this transition, and the value of reframing menopause in a positive light. Find today's transcript and show notes here: https://www.fxmedicine.com.au/podcast/menopause-oestrogen-and-brain *DISCLAIMER: The information provided on FX Medicine is for educational and informational purposes only. The information provided is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional advice or care. Please seek the advice of a qualified health care professional in the event something you learn here raises questions or concerns regarding your health.*

Woman's Hour
Melanie Sykes, Menopause, Marching Midwives

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 57:57


TV and radio presenter Melanie Sykes has just announced that she's been diagnosed with autism at the age of 51. She says it's 'truly life changing, or rather life affirming… and so many things make sense'. She tells us more. Colin Pitchfork, the man who murdered and raped Lynda Mann and Dawn Ashworth but was released from prison recently, has been sent back to jail for breaking his licence conditions. We speak to the former Justice Secretary, Robert Buckland, who always maintained that Pitchfork should remain behind bars. We also hear from Dawn's uncle, Philip Musson. David Salmon comes onto the programme to talk about his wife, who took her life last year after suffering extreme menopausal symptoms. He wants other men to pick up on signs that the women in their lives may be struggling. We have the fourth episode of our series on toxic relationships. And we hear why thousands of midwives took to the streets at the weekend to voice their concerns about safety. Kay King from March With Midwives Alliance and White Ribbon Alliance UK speaks to us.

The Fed and Fearless Podcast
Nutrition for Lyme Disease Recovery with Lindsay Christensen

The Fed and Fearless Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 56:10


About ten years ago I was diagnosed with Lyme disease. This resulted in some major changes that I made to my diet and lifestyle in order to feel better. A decade later, I no longer have symptoms of Lyme. So it is possible to overcome this chronic disease. Today's guest is full of information on how you can do the same!   About Lindsay Christensen Lindsay Christensen, MS, CNS, CKNS, has her B.S. in Biomedical Science and her M.S. in Human Nutrition. She has successfully completed a 1,000-hour supervised experience program for the Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) credential, an esteemed credential for healthcare professionals with an advanced level of education and experience in nutritional biochemistry and medical nutrition therapy. Lindsay enjoys working with a diverse array of clients. Areas of expertise include nutrition care for complex chronic illnesses, including Lyme disease and CIRS, food sensitivities, and gastrointestinal health issues.  Lindsay is an avid researcher and writer. When her nose isn't buried in the latest nutrition science and medical research, she can be found backpacking, skiing, and rock climbing in her beautiful home state of Colorado.   Clues That You May Have Lyme Disease While the tell-tale bullseye rash is the most obvious and well-known symptom of Lyme, it doesn't always present itself. Lindsay explains that Lyme can show up in a number of different ways. There could be other types of rashes from co-infections. Sometimes it feels like a case of the flu or fatigue. After some time, cognitive dysfunctions can crop up. There's also more information emerging around Lyme disease-related gut issues. Bloating, constipation, food sensitivities, and indigestion can all be related to Lyme disease too. Unfortunately, eradicating chronic Lyme disease is no simple matter. Lindsay describes how Lyme is a very complex bacterium that can cause all sorts of havoc.   Building a Healthy Immune System with Your Diet While medication certainly plays a role in treating it, Lindsay has seen the benefits of implementing nutrition and lifestyle protocols as well. When put into place, these support a more robust immune system and help it handle the infection. Because so much of our immune system starts with gut health, addressing your dietary needs is the most important place to start. While many other treatments will certainly help, you're just making recovery all that much more unlikely if you ignore the needs of your gut. By reducing inflammation, your immune system will be better supported in tackling this infection throughout your body. This means limiting refined sugars, flours, processed seed oils, and dairy. This all helps to create an environment in which your immune system can help do its job of keeping this infection in check. Have you experienced Lyme disease? In what ways has it impacted your health? Leave a comment on the episode page!   Got a question you'd love to hear me answer on the show? Leave me a voice message here!   In This Episode How Lindsay's own experience with Lyme disease led her to help others with it too [4:00] Common and less-understood symptoms associated with Lyme disease [11:00] Common tests to diagnose Lyme and their limitations [16:15] Deconstructing the most popular myths surrounding Lyme Disease [21:00] Using nutrition to help your body fight a Lyme infection [25:00] How nutrition acts as a foundation for rebuilding health [38:10] Integrating lifestyle changes into your daily life in order to support overall health [49:45]   Quotes “That's part of why it's so hard to diagnose. It can look like just about anything else other than a Lyme infection.” [13:45] “For somebody who's been dealing with Lyme for a long period of time, it becomes a lot more complicated to treat. It becomes more like belonging in terms of turning around somebody's health and treating that infection.” [21:46] “It's not just a matter of ‘boosting' immunity. In many ways, it's more of a balancing act that needs to happen because the bacteria that causes Lyme can do different things to the immune system.” [24:18] “I view nutrition as creating this foundation to rebuild your health after having dealt with Lyme. We need to have good gut health in place to have our immune system function properly.” [38:27]   Review Fed and Fearless on Apple Podcasts! Send a screenshot of your review to hello@lauraschoenfeldrd.com or send me a DM on Instagram and I'll send you my Overcoming Undereating eBook. If you post your favorite episode in your Insta stories and tag me @LauraShoenfeldRD, I'll also send you my 14-Day Calorie Challenge Recipe Guide!   Links Get the FREE Profit Planning Workbook Find Lindsay Christensen online Follow Lindsay on Facebook | Linkedin | Twitter | Instagram The Lyme Disease 30-Day Meal Plan Leave a review of Fed and Fearless! Sign Up For The Free Training: The 5 Secrets of Fearlessly Healthy Women of Faith Learn more about business coaching with me Got a question you'd love to hear me answer on the show? Leave me a voice message here! Join the Fed and Fearless Society on Facebook Follow me on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative

Menopause Natural Solutions
Why Western Women Suffer The Most

Menopause Natural Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 10:00


Today's podcast is a reading from my book "From Invisible to Invincible"  The Natural Menopause Revolution. Chapter 2 Why western women suffer the most   Christmas Promotion: Buy 2 books and get 1 for FREE. Previous readings on the podcast, episode 38 and 39.

Inner-driven Leaders
Why we're not aiming for work-life balance with Jessica Chivers - Ep 73

Inner-driven Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 52:08


Many of us will take extended leave during our careers. It could be maternity or shared parental leave, sickness or sabbatical, family caregiving or just a much-needed career break. Unfortunately, the reality is that extended leave can result in feelings of isolation, being left behind, starting again on the back foot or having to downgrade our careers. Jessica Chivers, coaching psychologist and founder of The Talent Keeper Specialists, wants to make sure everyone feels connected, cared for and confident during extended leave and the transition back to work. In this episode we discussed: The positives and benefits of taking extended leave and feeling confident about it Why we don't like the terms work-life balance and imposter syndrome Creating your ideal work life blend when you transition back to work How to negotiate sharing the load within your household so you can be your best at work Focusing on output, flexibility and managing energy rather than contracted hours Make sure you download the Comeback Community free Career Fuel Guide that Jessica shares in this episode: https://comebackcommunity.co.uk/careerfuel/ MORE ABOUT JESSICA Jessica is a coaching psychologist, author of “Mothers Work! How to Get a Grip on guilt and make a smooth return to work” and host of the Comeback Coach podcast. She's also the founder of The Talent Keeper Specialists, a business whose mission is to keep everyone everywhere feeling confident, connected and cared for when they take extended leave from work. Their clients are forward-thinking employers such as ITV, CIPD, BlackRock and Lily's Kitchen. CONNECT WITH JESSICA LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicachivers/ The Talent Keeper Specialists: https://www.talentkeepers.co.uk/ Comeback Community: https://comebackcommunity.co.uk Comeback Coach Podcast: https://comebackcommunity.co.uk/comeback-coach/ Mothers Work! How to Get a Grip on Guilt and Make a Smooth Return to Work: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1848503199?ie=UTF8&tag=wwwbeyoubutbe-21&link_code=as3&camp=2506&creative=9298&creativeASIN=1848503199 HELPFUL LINKS She's Back: Your guide to returning to work: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Shes-Back-Your-guide-returning/dp/1911583565 How To Have A Good Day: The essential toolkit for a productive day at work and beyond: https://www.amazon.co.uk/How-Have-Good-Day-productive/dp/1447276515 Ep 36 - Returning from parental leave with confidence with Lizzie Martin: https://carla-miller.mykajabi.com/blog/ep-36-returning-from-parental-leave-with-confidence-with-lizzie-martin Ep 55 - Menopause in the workplace with Deborah Garlick: https://carla-miller.mykajabi.com/blog/ep-55-menopause-in-the-workplace MAXIMISE YOUR LEADERSHIP IMPACT Download my free workbook "3 Steps To Maximise Your Leadership Impact This Week" and in just 10 minutes, learn practical ways you can make more impact and get your voice heard at work this week. Inside are some of my favourite coaching exercises to help you determine what type of leader you want to be, a checklist of how you could be giving your power away at work and three ways to boost your presence in meetings.  Download it here: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/maximise SUPPORT THE PODCAST Writing a review on Apple Podcasts is free, only takes a few minutes and really helps the podcast reach more people. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure you share it with a friend or colleague you think it will help. Don't forget to subscribe on whatever platform you listen on. CONNECT WITH ME: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlamiller1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisiscarlamiller/ Website: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/ Thanks for listening!      

Regenerate You by Dr. Nirvana
Hormones, Anemia and Copper

Regenerate You by Dr. Nirvana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 8:56


Welcome to Regenerate You™! If you're experiencing anxiety, hormonal imbalances, heavy, painful periods, PMS, digestive issues, adrenal fatigue and insomnia…and despite taking supplements while making dietary & lifestyle changes, but don't see a shift in your symptoms...this one mineral may be to blame. I see this frequently where my patients are doing ‘all the right things,' but they're still not seeing any improvement.  If this sounds like you, there's a high chance that copper toxicity may be one of the key underlying causes driving your symptoms that you're missing.If you're looking for additional advice, feel free to visit my blog here. You can also stay connected with me on my Facebook page @DrNirvanaHeals or on my Instagram @DrNirvana.And remember, when you regenerate, there's a new you every day!

Office Visits with Dr. V
Episode 15: A Hot Topic: Hot Flashes -Auma ”Kess” Thongteum, NP

Office Visits with Dr. V

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 41:44


In this episode of the Office Visits with Dr. V, we meet Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Auma “Kess” Thongteum. We discuss why women get hot flashes, lifestyle factors that can contribute and ways to reduce the severity of hot flashes in your daily life without medication.    [00:02:38] Kess Discusses Why Women Get Hot Flashes [00:05:00] Who is Auma “Kess” Thogterums? [00:07:54] What Can You Do To Get Rid Of Or Reduce The Severity of Hot Flashes [00:09:30] Lifestyle Changes That Can Reduce Hot Flashes [00:13:45] Medications Given To Those Experiencing Hot Flashes [00:14:35] Women Who Should Not Consider Hormone Replacement Therapy [00:17:34] Herbs and Non Prescriptive Medications [00:19:59] Let's Talk About Soy & Breast Cancer [00:22:00] Hot Flashes Don't Always Start at 51 [00:23:45] Follicle Stimulating Hormone Diagnosis of Menopause, Yay or Nay? What Can We Do To Get Rid of Hot Flashes OR Make Them Less Extreme The average age a woman goes through menopause is 51. Many women experience what they consider temperature changes such as getting warm and others as extreme as hot flashes and these can happen at a variety of ages, such as their '30s and even'70s. Before these fluctuations in temperature are labeled as hormonal related due to menopause there are some factors to rule out. One place to begin investigating is how well your thyroid is functioning, then, we look to lifestyle changes and stressors. And, before prescribing medicine we need to determine if there are alternatives such as some lifestyle changes you can implement. Even if you have an estrogen imbalance, there are still things you can do to reduce hot flashes before you even get to prescriptions. Some examples of lifestyle changes is reducing caffeine intake, reduce the amount you smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, and eat spicy and sugary foods.   Links and Resources: https://officevisitswithdrv.com Show Transcript ------------------------------ Thank you for listening, please like and share this episode with a friend! If you would like to stay connected and get your questions answered by Dr. V, feel free to reach out! Facebook: Office Visits with Dr. V Instagram: office_visits_with_dr_V. Website: https://officevisitswithdrv.com/ Email: officevisitswithdrv@gmail.com Links and Resources:

The Flipping 50 Show
Do Menopause Fitness Rules Apply to Post Menopause Fitness, too?

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 9:57


This Flipping 50 Insider question comes from Joy who asks about any difference between post menopause fitness and menopause fitness recommendations. She wrote: I've been following Flipping 50 for some time and enjoy it! One question, do the same rules apply to post menopause (66) as to menopause? Thanks! -Joy The easy, short answer, is yes they do. Menopause fitness rules (we prefer formula, as in After 50 Fitness Formula™) do apply to post menopause fitness. If anything, in post menopause you have a little more latitude and will be supported by: Increased amounts of low-to-moderate activity And you'll also have greater increased urgency in need for: high intensity interval training reaching muscle fatigue adequate protein sleep The reasons for that may or may not be obvious so I don't want to skip over them assuming you've got this. The greatest volatility in hormones occurs during perimenopause for the majority of women. (Though this isn't an “always” rule. It may not apply to you). Because of this, during perimenopause there can be a greater frequency of symptoms including: Fatigue Insomnia Weight gain Bloating Constipation Brain fog As well as others, but these are the most likely to influence exercise negatively So, adding “more” exercise even if it is low-to-moderate exercise during perimenopause could simply add more stress and take you in the opposite direction from your goal. Any “rules” only apply as if you follow a blueprint that you can personalize. You're not following a rigid plan that ignores the data your body gives you. That's simply reverting back to exercise programs designed for everyone. You've never needed exercise intensity more in your life than now. These are key: High intensity interval training Strength training to muscular fatigue Reaction skill types of movement Mobility Low-to-moderate movement Resources: You Still Got It, Girl strength videos, with the option to add Fast Twitch Interval Videos to it Muscles in Minutes strength videos with the option to add Boxing videos and mobility videos to that For being a podcast listener, you can use this code for a limited time to use or share with a friend for 15% off either of these options. 15podcast [not combinable with other specials/not applicable to sale items. Exp. 12-31-21]  

Everyday Ayurveda and Yoga at Hale Pule
Flow with the Cycles of Life

Everyday Ayurveda and Yoga at Hale Pule

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 22:58


There are many cycles of life that are important to recognize as they are related to all aspects of our being, including our mental health. It brings up this notion of continual change and letting that be not only okay, but interesting and invigorating. In this episode, Myra discusses:How to value creation and destruction in equal measure.The impact of early childhood samskara, or impressions, on our ability to flow with the cycles of life.Why restoring our connection to nature supports us to meet each state of life with greater ease, including purberty, menstruation, adulthood, child-rearing, menopause, and the wise years.Thanks for tuning in to the Everyday Ayurveda and Yoga at Hale Pule podcast. If this series inspires you to live a more holistic and balanced lifestyle, check out Hale Pule's 4-week Agni Therapy program - a reset for your digestion and your life! It includes Ayurveda and Yoga practices, energy work, a private support group and weekly live Q&A to support your healing process. Learn more here.You can also connect with Myra and the Hale Pule team over at the refreshing Spark your Intuition meditation series, on Instagram and on Facebook.

#AmWriting
What Not to Do, Self-Pub Edition Episode 290 with Cate Frazier-Neely

#AmWriting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 39:32


Hi all! Jess here. I met performer and voice educator Cate Frazier-Neely through a mutual friend earlier this year, at a Sungazer concert. I was at the concert because my son is a massive fan of Sungazer bassist and YouTuber Adam Neely and Cate was there because she’s Adam Neely’s mom. When the topic of conversation turned away from my son’s hero worship of her son and toward writing and publishing (doesn’t it always?) she revealed she’d made ALL THE MISTAKES when self-publishing her first book, and, of course, I sensed an opportunity for an episode.As this is a podcast all about flattening the learning curve for writers, I asked her to come on and tell us all the ugly details about publishing her book so we could learn from her mistakes. Links from the PodCate Frazier-Neely: https://www.catefnstudios.comEpisode 185: #AudioExplosion with Tanya EbySinging Through Change: Women's Voices in Midlife, Menopause, and Beyond by Cate Frazier-NeelyThe Authors GuildWe had such a great time chatting we didn’t even get a chance to discuss what we’ve been reading!Want a “coaching call” of your own? Email us at amwriting@substack.com. We can’t promise to respond to every email, but we might answer your question on an upcoming episode—or invite you into the hotseat!Think you’d be pretty good on the other end of a coaching call? Then you should consider becoming a certified book coach through Author Accelerator’s book coach training program. It’s everything you need to know to begin working with clients on writing, planning, revising and querying (and then learning more and getting better with every new client and with Author Accelerator’s support and team behind you). Choose a fiction or nonfiction specialty, study with a cohort and design a new business or side-gig that works for you. Learn more at bookcoaches.com. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at amwriting.substack.com/subscribe

Out Of The Clouds
Rebekah Brown on the M word, femtech funding and reframing midlife as a superpower

Out Of The Clouds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 81:54


Rebekah Brown is the founder and chief guinea pig of MPowder, the world's first plant-based supplement powder range crafted to target the three distinct biochemical stages of the menopause. Rebekah's personal struggle was the starting point for this entrepreneurial adventure, as she started to suffer in her early forties from varied symptoms that neither she or her doctor could make sense of. As a researcher and planner in the creative industries, she threw herself into a quest which led her to experiment with functional foods, and then into creating her own nutritional supplement, a powder she first ground herself in her own family kitchen - a time she says other family members would rather forget. She likes to say that MPowder is on a mission to reframe midlife as a superpower. Launched in September 2020, the brand went to market in the UK with their first supplement, called Peri-Boost, a product born from curiosity, co-creation and community.In this personal and in-depth interview, Rebekah talks through her experience with perimenopause, how she launched in the middle of the pandemic, her funding experience - both as a woman founder and in the femtech space - and how she inadvertently became a spokesperson for menopause. She talks to Anne about how her team is co-creating the products not only with specialist doctors and nutritionists but with the support or feedback of their dedicated community. The two discuss the biochemical aspects of this life transition, the emotional journey women go through, before touching on how yoga, meditation and movement have helped Rebekah on her mindful journey through this life cycle.A wonderful, funny and touching interview.  Enjoy! ***Selected links from Episode: You can find MPowder at https://mpowder.store/Follow them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mpowderstore/and Facebook Perimenopause - https://www.health.harvard.edu/womens-health/perimenopause-rocky-road-to-menopauseHRT - Hormone Replacement Therapy - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hormone_replacement_therapyWetsuit - a song by the Vaccines Bloody Brilliant People, the book - https://www.harpercollins.com/products/bloody-brilliant-people-the-couples-and-partnerships-that-history-forgot-cathy-newman?variant=39256119115810Carol Ann Duffy - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carol_Ann_DuffyAnd her book the World's Wife - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_World%27s_Wife***If you enjoyed this episode, click subscribe for more, and consider writing a review of the show on Apple Podcasts, it helps people find us and also helps to secure future guests. Thank you  so much for listening! For all notes and transcripts, please visit Out Of The Clouds on Simplecast - https://out-of-the-clouds.simplecast.com/  Sign up for Anne's email newsletter for more from Out of the Clouds at https://annevmuhlethaler.com. Follow Anne: Twitter: @annvi  IG: @_outoftheclouds  

HER | Mind Body Life
The Menopause Myth: What Your Mother, Doctor, And Friends Haven't Shared About Life After 35

HER | Mind Body Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021


Raise your hand if you're confused about menopause. Well, we're not surprised if your hand is flailing in the air right now.Raise your hand if you're confused about menopause. Well, we're not surprised if your hand is flailing in the air right now. Today we're talking all about menopause myths, tricks, and life after 35.It's all too common for women to go into perimenopause and menopause unprepared, and the whirlwind of fluctuations could make anyone feel confused and a little crazy. In her new book, The Menopause Myth: What Your Mother, Doctor, and Friends Haven't Told You about Life after 35, Dr. Arianna aims to demystify these stages of life for readers, giving them valuable information and tools to navigate changes with more ease and confidence. This comprehensive guide to menopause looks into how many different aspects of your life have a cumulative effect on your overall wellness.We chat with Arianna Sholes-Douglas, MD, FACOG in this episode, who has dedicated much of her career to helping women through the stages of life that are largely neglected by most of the medical community: menopause and perimenopause. She is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Maternal-Fetal Medicine and has been practicing medicine for three decades.

Salad With a Side of Fries
Not Your Mama's Menopause (feat. Dr. Mariza Snyder)

Salad With a Side of Fries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 65:38


So much about women's health isn't discussed. Sometimes it's a taboo topic and other times there truly isn't much research or knowledge. Yikes! This week Jenn chats with Dr. Mariza Snyder, 8x best-selling author and women's' hormone expert to debunk menopause myths. From what's really happening to how to prevent frustrating symptoms and truly understanding estrogen dominance, this episode is packed with wisdom! Even better, there are actions we can take NOW to make sure we're set-up for success. Spoiler: Trust your instincts. Protect your liver; feed your gut. Outline:Welcome back & intro today's topicMeet Dr. Mariza SnyderDr. Mariza's story - from childhood trauma & chronic migraines to being a stress-aholic, disappointed in the protocol/solutions offered by her doctorThe labs & "normal ranges" vs your healthWhy so many areas of health & women's health go undiscussedDebunking menopause mythsWhat it means - you're old, can't have babies and have less valueYou'll gain weightYou need hormone replacement therapy (HRT)What is actually happening in perimenopause & menopauseProgesterone - the stress resilience hormoneEstrogen - insulin sensitive hormoneSymptoms we hear about - what influences their existence & severityRoot causes - stress, metabolic dysfunction/insulin resistance, inflammation, toxins, trauma, opportunists (viruses, mold etc.)Understanding estrogen dominance, especially at a time when estrogen is decliningFibroidsYour liverAssessing estrogen dominanceWhat we can do, starting now, to protect ourselves & prevent symptomsKnow & believe you deserve to be wellYou deserve self-careFood - love your liver, feed your gut; metabolic flexibility, water, protein, cut back on sugar & processed foodsWalk after dinnerFinal thoughts & inspiration from Dr. Mariza's momLinks:Become a MemberConnect with us! FB Page & Private FB Group & Jenn's InstagramTake the free Weight Loss Profile, Jenn will send you a Menu PlanJenn's 8-wk Hack the Holidays ProgramDr. Mariza Snyder's Website, IG, FB, Book BonusEssentially You Podcast with Dr. Mariza SnyderQuotes:"Labs are often the last place for something to show up." – Dr. Mariza Snyder"Real health is not the little check boxes on the chart at your primary doctor's appointment."  – Dr. Mariza Snyder"Perimenopause wasn't discovered until the last three decades."– Dr. Mariza Snyder"Progesterone is a stress resilience hormone."– Dr. Mariza Snyder"If we have lifestyle factors in place, it won't feel like the wheels are falling off the bus."– Dr. Mariza Snyde"Two cells that use the most amount of energy in the body: your brain and your ovaries."  – Dr. Mariza Snyder"Protect your liver. Feed your gut."  – Dr. Mariza Snyder"#1: know and believe you deserve to be well."  – Dr. Mariza Snyder"Weight loss and obesity are a red herring."  – Dr. Mariza Snyder"We can reclaim our health with the small choices we make all the time." – Jenn Trepeck

Join the Gennev conversation
Live Forward with Selene Yeagar

Join the Gennev conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 31:52


"Hit Play Not Pause," is the name of Selene Yeagar's podcast, and we think it's perfect. While middle age and menopause mean changes in our bodies, aging doesn't mean physical activity — even at a competitive level — is behind us. In this episode, Gennev CEO Jill Angelo talks with Selene about how post-menopausal women can continue to perform at a high level — or just be fit and feel good in their bodies, if that's the goal.  Selene Yeager manages content for Feisty Menopause. She is also a top-selling professional health and fitness writer who lives what she writes as an NASM certified personal trainer, USA Cycling licensed coach, Pn1 certified nutrition coach, pro licensed off-road racer, and former All-American Ironman triathlete.  Learn more about Selene and hear the podcast at FeistyMenopause.com.

The Shift with Katherine Maslen
Menopause - moving into your wise woman

The Shift with Katherine Maslen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 68:18


When you need to make a change in your health, something needs to shift. The Shift is a world-renowned audio-documentary podcast series that has been created specifically to help you make a shift in your health and your life. Hosted by naturopath and author Katherine Maslen, each Season features 24 of the world's leaders in health and takes you on a journey over 16 episodes. Season Two focuses on Women's Health and in this episode we talk about the transition of menopause and how this is such an important time of life for women. Menopause is often seen as something to be feared, but it is a vital part of being a woman and something we want to celebrate.  In this episode Katherine and our experts explore: The natural, beautiful transition of menopause and moving into the wise woman What happens physiologically during menopause Some of the risks of losing the protective effects of the menstrual cycle hormones The major issues that can occur as a result of menopausal changes  What does it mean emotionally to come into this time? The toxic culture of youth obsession and what this does for our perception around this time Things to know to help you navigate menopause and prepare for it to come Join us as we take you on a journey along with world leaders in all things health and wellbeing. Thank you for listening to The Shift Podcast.   Experts featured in this episode and links to their contacts: Dr Lara Briden Website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube LinkedIn   Dr Libby Weaver Website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube LinkedIn   Dr Felice Gersh Website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube LinkedIn   Dr Nicola Gates Website Facebook LinkedIn   Dr Robin Murphy Website Conceive Health Website DNA Labs Website Instagram Facebook Twitter LinkedIn   Kate Reardon Website Natural Instinct Healing Instagram Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Fearlessly Facing Fifty
EP 131: Celebrating the perfectly imperfect with Aubrey Hubbell

Fearlessly Facing Fifty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 33:38


Today's episode is all about celebrating the perfectly imperfect and introducing you the story behind the brand Hazel.  Meet Aubrey Hubbell. "We're all about increasing confidence and sparking joie de vivre".How many women suffer from leaks? Well that's what we're talking about - and opening the dialogue on a topic that hits close to home for many - and from this discussion we find solutions so we can CANNONBALL with CONFIDENCE!Learn more about Hazel here!--------Sign up now:  Meant For More Events - you'll be a VIP - to get special discount codes and savings on products and brands we LOVE!  And don't forget to tune into the MFM Live show on Wednesday night - 7-8pm ET - Click here so you don't miss a thing.-----Holiday shopping - look no further than SATYA jewelry - and use the CODE: FEARLESS15 for special savings.  Click here to learn more and explore the site for something special.-----------American Blossom Linens - what better gift than the gift of a big warm hug every time you crawl into bed.  Here's the link to explore and save with the code: Fearless20 for special savings!------------Who gets monthly prescriptions?  I do...and I love that I have discovered SCRIPTCO - where you get your prescriptions delivered to your door step every month - at the best price possible.  Here is the link to begin your savings at SCRIPTCO and use the code AMY25 for $25 off.-------Learn more about The A Method here - and use the code: meantformore25 for a 25% savings!  And send a selfie of you using the product to me:  amy@fearlesslyfacingfifty.com to receive a special gift from A Method.  You are worth the investment!------Let's Get Moving!  Enroll in the GENNEV walking program today - and I'll be right there with you.  It's time to treat ourselves as a GOH (Guest of Honor) and put our health and wellness as a priority.  Use the code:  GennevMore15 at checkout for special savings!----------Are you ready to shout it from the roof tops.....MENOPAUSE!  It's not a one size fits all time in our life - but there are so many commonalities that we share it's time we phone a friend and share our story! Kindra is company that offers estrogen -free per/menopause products made for women by women!  Click here to learn more about their amazing products and which ones may be right for you.  And use the CODE: AMY20 for special savings!

#NAILEDIT with Tova & Mike
Till Death Do Us Pod - S6 Episode 03 - The M Word

#NAILEDIT with Tova & Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 36:14


In this week's episode of Till Death Do Us Pod we chat to Dr Philippa Kaye about why the dreaded ‘M Word' (menopause) shouldn't be quite so dreaded. October was Menopause Awareness Month but to be honest we don't need an excuse! We talked about everything from symptoms to treatments and how men also go through it (yes, you heard right). Dr Kaye is a brilliant wealth of information, she has authored some fantastic books including The M Word and Doctors Get Cancer Too. We also played our game of Two Truths & a Lie which was hilarious!! #Menopause #Perimenopause #funny #podcast

The Julie Tussey Show
JTS Ep. 268 Hit the Holidays Strong-The Power Counting Calories-75 STRONG Habit 3

The Julie Tussey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 31:00


Join Julie as she shares her mission to "Hit the the Holiday's Strong! Habit 3 of 7 Here's how you can stay healthy spiritually, physically and mentally through the holidays! Support Julie in her mission here! Text "GIVE" to 859-659-7333 or tusseyonline.com/give Follow Julie here: facebook.com/thejulietusseyshow IG: the julie tussey showTO ORDER "You, Darling, are Worth the Fight" Lose Weight and Thrive Like a Boss Through Perimenopause & Menopause tusseyonline.com and at amazon.BECOME A VIP! VOICE IMPACT PARTNER WITH Gary & Julie Tussey and TheVoice Inc. a 501c3 Non-profit ministry. All gifts are tax deductible. tusseyonline.com/giveVenmo: thevoiceinc Cash App. $thevoiceincBOOK JULIE: thejulietusseyshow@gmail.comSUCCESS AND LIFE COACHING: To schedule your Life Coaching appointment with Julie email: thejulietusseyshow@gmail.comJOIN THE PARTY! To stay "In the Know on the Julie Tussey Show" join Julie's mailing list here: tusseyonline.comTUSSEY TELEVISION: youtube.com/c/tusseytelevisionLimitless with Gary & Julie Tussey on the Now Television NetworkDownload the App on your phone and find us on the On-Demand ButtonSEARCH APP: NOW TELEVISION NETWORKCity Harvest Limitless Church: facebook.com/garyandjulietusseylimitlesschurchJULIE'S SKINCARE, AND WELLNESS: julietussey.neora.comJULIE'S JEWELRY: Plunder.com/julietusseyTHE JULIE TUSSEY SHOW PODCAST: iTunes, iHeartRadio and most podcast platforms!Subscribe today! THE JULIE TUSSEY SHOW FABULOUS COOKING: youtube.com/c/tmetvThank you for listening today and please share, follow, subscribe and/or leave a great review for us today. We appreciate you!!c&p 2021 Julie Tusseyfacebook.com/thejulietusseyshow

Honest AF Show
#85 The Deep Dark Secrets of Menopause

Honest AF Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 48:01


No this is not a very special episode of Honest AF, it's just Daniella and Barbaranne doing what they do... and it's for real. Listen in as the girls open up and have a very powerful and still hilarious, conversation about what to expect when the time comes. Also, Barbaranne tells all about her birthday trip with Zakk to NYC and the museum of Sex that happened to be next to her hotel. Finally, stick around for Barb's Bag of Tricks man-style. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Girrrl... Can I Ask You Something?
Labido Part 1: For the women

Girrrl... Can I Ask You Something?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 43:31


Recorded  Sept 11, 2021 ~~~This episode has amazing information about the wise woman's sex drive. Please excuse the audio challenges we experienced during the recording. We're blaming that on Mercury in Retrograde. Stick with us though; this episode is worth it! ~~~Let's talk about sex baby! The labido of the woman "of a certain age" is a bit different now than it was earlier in her life. It's also quite different from that of her male counterpart. Learn why, how, and what can be done about it. Join us for a lively yet educational conversation exploring the female sex drive, with our guest, couple's counselor & sex therapist Helena Johnson.  She'll be back the following week for part 2 where we focus on male labido. GuestInstagram:  Helena_The_TherapistWebsite: www.helenajohnsoncounseling.comMentions: url: Episode 50: Talking About the Big Ourl: The little pink pill for women Please support our podcast:Please rate/review, subscribe and share!!Cashapp:$GirrrlPodcastDonate: PatreonHave a question or topic you want us to talk about? We want to hear from you!!Twitter: @girrrlpodcastInstagram: @girrrlpodcastFacebook: @girrrlpodcastEmail us: Talk2Us@girrrlpodcast.com

healthsolutionsshawnjanet
Ep 197: How To Lose Weight During Menopause! - Kathy Cote

healthsolutionsshawnjanet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 34:32


Is menopause getting in the way of your body goals? How do these hormonal changes affect fat loss? Please welcome fitness coach Kathy Cote on Health Solutions with Shawn and Janet Needham to discuss how her clients are staying fit during menopause despite all the hormones! You'll learn • How to strength train for fat loss • Why your cardio routine isn't helping your weight loss • How to battle symptoms of menopause with strength training • How to get fit in just 3-4 hours per week ~ Chapters ~ 0:00 Intro 1:55 Kathy's Background 6:51 Strength Training vs Cardio 9:01 Which Exercises Are The Best? 10:54 How Long Are The Cycles? 11:28 How Many Reps and Sets? 12:23 Why Muscle Mass is Important For ALL Ages 15:04 Will Women Get TOO BIG? 16:51 How Many Calories? How Much Protein? 28:45 Kathy's Passion 29:52 How Long Should You Workout? 31:10 Kelly's Menopause Weight Loss Program 33:25 Contact Kathy 33:35 Outro ~ Episode Resources... https://katalystfitness.net/ https://www.amazon.com/Mastering-Menopause/dp/B08K595YGP https://www.tiktok.com/@kathykatalyst?lang=en ~ #KathyCote #KatalystFitness #MasteringMenopause #Menopause #WomensHealth #WeightLoss #Exercise #Nutrition #Hormones #Healthcare #Liberty #EducateAndEmpower #NeedhamHealthSolutions #TeamNeedham #Boise #IdahoFalls #Tricities #JohnStossel #SiouxFalls #KristiNoem #Wenatchee #ShawnNeedham #HealthSolutions #MosesLakeProfessionalPharmacy #MLRX #SickenedTheBook #ShawnNeedhamRPh #ThinkOutsideTheSystem #OptimalHealthMatters #ItsTime ~ *** #BenShapiro & #DaveRamsey Fans. Learn how to be in the driver's seat for your healthcare choices {not the system or doctors!}

Fempower Health
Prolapse: A Crash Course | Corey Hazama

Fempower Health

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 45:59


Corey Hazama, a pelvic floor physical therapist and co-owner of Beyond Basics in New York City.  She is a natural teacher and expert on the pelvic floor. With our previous episode together being in the top 5 most downloaded, we are lucky to have her back!In this episode, Corey covers:What a prolapse is and potential causes & risk factorsWho needs to be proactive and how to do thatHow to test yourself at home for a possible prolapseRealistic improvements with pelvic floor physical therapyWhether the at home kegel devices will work for youWhat to do if kegels aren't workingIf you liked this episode and you're feeling generous, don't forget to leave a review on iTunes!Interested in learning more about the pelvic floor?  Catch up on these episodes.How Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Can Help you In Surprising WaysPelvic Floor Physical Therapy & PainIncontinence:  It's Not Just YouRestoring your Core Due to Abdominal SeparationAnd be sure to:Follow Fempower Health on Instagram for updates and tips.Subscribe to the podcast and tell your friends!Shop the Fempower Health store, which has many products discussed on the podcast.Sponsors:LetsGetChecked - use FEMPOWER30 for 30% off.ReceptivaDx the sponsor of all of Season 2.  Provide code FEMPOWER-HEALTH for $75 off.**The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for information purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor.  Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. Contains affiliate links

The Fed and Fearless Podcast
Creating a Mindset for Healthy Hormones with Olivia Wagner, RD

The Fed and Fearless Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 53:46


What does it take to heal your hormones? There are many factors for sure. A big one boils down to your mindset. Today's guest explains how to approach this by doing what you need to heal your hormones while letting go of harmful, rigid, and restrictive rules.   About Olivia Wagner, RD After years of her own struggles with autoimmune conditions, Lyme disease, mold illness, eczema, IBS, insomnia, anxiety, depression, and amenorrhea, Olivia often felt frustrated and lost in her best steps for healing. Through Olivia's advanced training in Functional Medicine and experience in working with over a thousand clients over the past eight years, she fully recognizes the complexity of experiencing health symptoms and is confident in the process of healing to get you well. For the past twelve years, Olivia has studied the science of food and how it interacts with every cell in the body. Her background includes a strong foundation in nutritional and exercise science, advanced training in integrative and functional medicine, and certificates in mindful/intuitive eating practices allowing for a deep understanding of the relationship between food, body, and mind. Olivia calls herself a nutrient seeker but believes that nourishing your body is as much an art as it is a science. She speaks to breaking down the walls of food shame and diet culture, establishing empowerment around food choice, and discovering how to befriend food and body again – finally starting to enjoy the terrain of nourishing with confidence.   Harnessing Judgement-Free Healing Your mindset has a huge impact on how you feel, whether or not you have a chronic illness. Olivia wants anyone healing their hormones to focus on mindset. Our limiting beliefs influence our actions and what comes our way. Before anything can change for the better, you need to believe that change is possible. Throughout our conversation, Olivia describes how she helps her clients bring awareness to their experiences in judgment-free ways. By reframing your situation so that it becomes a learning opportunity rather than a failure, you'll realize that healing is within your power.   Embracing The Discomfort Needed to Move Forward This isn't necessarily going to be a pleasant process. Olivia knows just how uncomfortable it can be to reset your mindset and take control of your health. She speaks to how she urges her clients to be open to the inner work and have the faith to try different things, even if they feel uncomfortable.  While your goals may be big, your actions often don't need to be. Small but consistent changes will add up. Olivia describes a number of little habits that you can apply to many situations that will get your health moving in the right direction. What limiting beliefs are holding you back from health? What can you start doing today to move past them? Leave a comment on the episode page!   Got a question you'd love to hear me answer on the show? Leave me a voice message here!   In This Episode What led Olivia to focus on empowering women's health through mindset shifts[4:30] The connection between mindset, your immune system, and overall health [13:00] Squashing limiting beliefs that impede healing [22:30] How to change negative thinking into supportive mindsets [31:25] How small yet consistent changes lead to big achievements over time [39:40]   Quotes “Although I think there's so much support, validation, and real enlightenment that comes with functional medicine, sometimes those foundations -- basic diet, lifestyle, sleep, movement, your relationship with yourself -- get overlooked.” [10:14] “Your thoughts and beliefs really influence your immune system. The way that you go about your daily life is going to be those things that can really crack the foundation of an immune system.” [14:13] “You gotta be open to recognizing that there's going to be times that [negative] thoughts come in, but it's all about how you respond to them.”  [30:42] “You can meet yourself where you're at every day without it meaning that you're not still working towards your bigger goal.” [49:21]   Review Fed and Fearless on Apple Podcasts! Send a screenshot of your review to hello@lauraschoenfeldrd.com or send me a DM on Instagram and I'll send you my Overcoming Undereating eBook. If you post your favorite episode in your Insta stories and tag me @LauraShoenfeldRD, I'll also send you my 14-Day Calorie Challenge Recipe Guide!   Links Get the FREE Profit Planning Workbook! Find Olivia Wagner Online Follow Olivia on Instagram Healthy Hormone Audit & Action Checklist Leave a review of Fed and Fearless! Sign Up For The Free Training: The 5 Secrets of Fearlessly Healthy Women of Faith Learn more about business coaching with me Got a question you'd love to hear me answer on the show? Leave me a voice message here! Join the Fed and Fearless Society on Facebook Follow me on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative

Better with Dr. Stephanie
Meet My Fitness Coach And Get Her Trusted Tips For Building Muscle And Getting Into Magazine Cover Shape

Better with Dr. Stephanie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 74:47


Dr. Stephanie interviews Jennifer Van Barneveld-Pe aka Coach JVB who helped her prepare for the Strong Fitness Magazine cover. They go over resistance training, why it's impossible to build muscle on a low-calorie diet, and how to structure your build phase for optimal results. You'll understand the importance of cardio, how to build an X Frame, and why training your upper body is absolutely crucial. Finally, Dr. Stephanie and Coach JVB will reveal the mindset around failure training, the power of coaching, and take you behind the scenes of the cover shoot experience and the reverse diet that D.r Stephanie adopted right after.  We'd like to thank our sponsors, Athletic Greens - redeem an exclusive offer here: athleticgreens.com/stephanieOrion Red Light Therapy - get 10% off your order with Promo Code “STEPHANIE10” https://www.orionrlt.ca/?ref=StephanieLumen - get $25 off your order with Promo Code “DRSTEPHANIE25” https://www.lumen.me/?fid=1799Ancestral Supplements - Use Promo Code “ASA10” for 10% off any purchase https://shop.ancestralsupplements.com/discount/Tribe10?rfsn=5900205.652074&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=5900205.652074Some of the links above are affiliates which means that making a purchase through them won't cost you anything - in fact, you get a discount for being a valued listener to the Better! Podcast. We do receive a small commission. This is an easy, free way of supporting the podcast and we thank you for that!And follow me on social:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.stephanie.estimaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/betterwithdrstephanie Join the Hello Betty Community here - https://hellobetty.club/membership/ Follow Coach JVB: https://www.coachjvb.com/https://www.instagram.com/coach_jvb/https://www.facebook.com/CoachJVB Episode Overview: 9:05 Introduction13:43 Welcoming Jennifer15:22 JVB's Origin Story18:45 Resistance Training21:44 Why You Can Not Build Muscle On Low-Calorie Diet25:55 How To Structure A Build Phase29:26 Cardio33:32 How We Build An X Frame38:00 How Training The Upper Body Is Paramount42:30 The Mindset Around Failure Training51:46 Community And The Power Of Coaching53:10 The Covershoot Experience1:00:13 Reverse Diet1:03:44 Gauging Your Progress Get yourself a copy of my best-selling book, The Betty Body - https://bettybodybook.comJoin the Hello Betty Community here - https://hellobetty.club/membership/

Menopause Natural Solutions
Magnesium - The Master Menopause Mineral

Menopause Natural Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 12:10


Magnesium is my all-time favourite mineral for the menopausal transition. This episode starts by looking at a patient of mine.  Her main concerns included poor stress tolerance with frequent outbursts, anxiety, and depression. She had regular headaches, trouble with sleep, and painful leg cramps overnight. She was fatigued and experiencing brain fog. Learn how magnesium helped her. This episode discusses deficiency signs and symptoms, testing, types of magnesium along with cautions and contraindications. For more details about magnesium read this blog https://www.menopausenaturalsolutions.com/blog/magnesium2 Nutrafol  use code MNS to get $15 off your first order (for US customers only)  

Dish On Ditching Diets
51: How Stop Giving Up

Dish On Ditching Diets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 37:07


It's too hard. I'm too stressed. I can't stick with the plan. It's the holidays. Something bad happened. I'm not motivated. In this episode, learn why you give up when something's hard or during the holidays and how to stop giving up on yourself. Free Holiday eBook: https://skinnyfitalicious.com/holiday-ebook/ Holiday Mindset for Weight Loss: https://skinnyfitalicious.com/holiday-mindset-for-weight-loss-podcast-episode-22/ Getting Your Mindset Right for the Holidays: https://skinnyfitalicious.com/getting-your-mindset-right-for-the-holidays-podcast-episode-23/

Raging Gracefully
#81: The State of Menopause and Midlife

Raging Gracefully

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 57:29


The hosts of the Hot Flashes and Cool Topics podcast, Colleen Rosenblum and Bridgett Biagi Garratt talk with State of Menopause CEO Stacy London and Revel CCO Nina Collins about all things menopause and midlife! Learn more about Revel: www.hellorevel.com

Rodsquad Women's Fitness
Hormonal Health & Fitness: Fertility, Menopause and More with Dr. Susan Schiff

Rodsquad Women's Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 66:04


In this interview with Dr. Susan Schiff, we discussed hormones... thyroid, liver, menopause, pregnancy and fertility. Quotes: “There's no cost for me thats prohibitive regarding my health.”"We look at the whole patient."“Patients do the work. We don't fix anybody.”“Menopause is not a disease. It's a transition. You can have a second adolescence.”"You need to do more weight bearing exercises as you get older.""Exercise is really important... not as penance but because it feels amazing and it's fun and you're doing something good for yourself."Dr. Susan Schiff is certified through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine as a Diplomate of Acupuncture (Dip.Ac.) and Diplomate of Chinese Herbal Medicine (Dip.CH). Dr. Schiff is also board certified by the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM). She is the author of Fertility Fuel: Create Your Family Without Losing Your Mind, Your Marriage, or Your Money. Click here to purchase Fertility Fuel on Amazon.Click here to visit Dr. Schiff's website.Click here to sign up for Rodsquad's Legacy program. Questions? Email info@rodsquad.com. We love hearing from you!

The Flipping 50 Show
Lowering Cortisol Levels to Improve Menopause Weight Loss

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 16:10


Susan from our Flipping50 Insiders group on Facebook asks a question about lowering cortisol levels and I respond in this episode. Who You Ask for Advice Matters Be sure when asking in a group where you don't know the experience, expertise of the responders (and they don't know if they have enough information to respond back to you) that you filter the information very selectively. You put yourself at risk if you treat everything you hear from strangers as a round-up of good ideas. If you have a specific problem, unique background, it makes sense to get a specific recommendation made by consideration of history, status now, and relationship with an expert you trust. Just a bit more: I want to point out – and be sure you understand all is said with respect – we want to be careful simply asking in a group for random suggestions without fully knowing the background, depth of the knowledge of contributors, or certainly any responder has all the information they need to respond, can lead you to faulty information. There are two things I'll address in this short episode: Lowering cortisol levels and improving sleep Asking the right question (of the right people) Member of the Flipping50 Insider's group? Here's how to access or join this free group. Looking for support with sleep yourself? Or want a more wholistic approach to stress from all sources? Here's how best to 1) use a group, and to 2) ask a question, as well as 3) my response to Susan about lowering cortisol levels Question: Anyone have any advice for lowering cortisol levels? I have taken Debra's advice and have replaced her recommended workouts for yoga/Pilates/walking, etc. I'm up every night 2-3 hours and know I have elevated cortisol levels from stress. I think I am an HSP (highly sensitive person) and have struggled in the past to lower my c. even though the stressor is long gone. I've tried every OTC sleep aid imaginable - both supplement/herb/etc. I was hoping not to have to get an Rx for this, but I am getting discouraged and am chomping at the bit to get back to regular workouts. Any thoughts appreciated. Thank you!! - Susan Answer: I don't have enough information here about your current habits to offer any suggestions. So, it is very important for anyone commenting to realize this is not the best way to reach a solution for an individual. What we might get is simply a roundup of other people's random knowledge from a wide variety of sources, some credible and some not. A trained health coach will often answer your question with a question. Someone who's not a health coach will respond only with an answer, that may or may not be right for you. Information Qualified Health Coaches Need Before Reponding: 1) your daily habits 2) what you've tried - and whether that has been systematic and sequential and with adjustments until ruled out 3) are you open to hormone supplementation? in which case testing would help because you'll know what you want to do with the information 4) what time is the waking? liver activity occurs 1-3am, and if the waking is correlated, may indicate that you need support for your liver with dietary changes and some select supplements you may want to consider 5) it also can mean low blood sugar issues are occurring.  Is Lowering Cortisol Levels the Right Question? So, your question seems to be about cortisol- but have you tested the cortisol? Do you know that's the issue for sure, and the only issue? Low progesterone, low pregnenolone, magnesium deficiency, inadequate carbohydrate at dinner, a need to support liver function (a few things do this), as well as your sleep hygiene could be the reason. You want to get sleep, but the first question you have to ask is, what is the cause of the sleep problem, before going to the sleep solutions. It's important to ask the right questions. Random actions get random results. So, let's make sure you put together a plan of action that gets you specific answers to the right questions. But it can be dangerous or a waste of time to ask for random suggestions from anyone who does not know you, your daily habits, your history. Once you have shared that information with a health coach you've established a relationship with (when you have an ongoing problem this is the best way to deal with it). You need to look at whether you need to: reduce cortisol levels so you can go to sleep your cortisol levels are off because you can't sleep cortisol is your root cause problem or it's something else Solve the Problem: Identify what the problem and question really are confirm the true root cause of the problem establish a plan know what you are open to as possible solutions. There's random searching on GOOGLE and YouTube. Then there's joining a group and asking a lot of people similar to you having similar problems what they've tried (unsuccessfully or successfully) that also isn't a very targeted way to reach an answer for your personal needs. I've joined many forums for menopause women and some I can barely stand because the information and questions there are so disturbing to me! It's what often is referred to as the blind leading the blind. Be sure if you have a problem, you identify the best question to ask, then ask an expert, rather than someone in the same spot as you are. For personal answers you may need to establish a client-coach relationship. Health & Fitness Coaches If you're listening and you're a health coach or trainer, I highly encourage you to join our Fitness & Health pros tips so you get content that can directly support your business. No one does it alone. Growing a business takes a village and collaboration. You will go further, faster, when you have a plan. You're far more likely to take action when you know which steps matter. Spinning your wheels doesn't help anyone or your business. Join that list by learning more aboutcoaching midlife women here. Flipping 50? And not in our members area or a program yet? Learn how to be first in line when we open here! Resources: Sleep Yourself Skinny 14 Days to Stress Less Flipping 50's Holiday Gift Guide 2021

Tough Girl Podcast
Erica Terblanche - Endurance Runner and Adventure Racer, on a mission to share the joy of running. Author of - “Run For The Love Of Life”

Tough Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 50:27


Erica Terblanche is an accomplished endurance runner and adventure racer and has won numerous iconic long-distance races all over the world, including the gruelling Racing the Planet 7-day Sahara Desert Ultra Marathon among many others.   Erica is a Life Coach and psychologist with a master's degree in Positive Psychology. She is also the founder of Teach a Girl to Fish, Thrive Guru & Thrive Run Club. Her lifelong quest is to determine how we can over time shape and mould ourselves to become ‘the best we can possibly be'.   At heart Erica is an outdoor enthusiast with over 20 years of adventure experiences.   Erica in her own words on Adventure Racing:   “Adventure Racing was a wonderful vehicle for access to extreme adventures - and over a period of five years I experienced the most extraordinary adventures while running, cycling, canyoneering, river rafting, sea kayaking, and rappelling in some of the most wild landscapes in the world and often with less than an hour of sleep a day for races that spanned five days.    This sport helped push my boundaries and has helped me to become an accomplished ultra distance trail runner, winning a number of the big 7-day stage races.    I now live in Cape Town where I run Thrive Guru and Thrive Run Club. My intention with both is to get people moving and to help people build and live their best, most vital, most fulfilling and happiest lives.”   Erica is the Author of “Run for the Love of Life” which was published on the 4th of November 2021.    Erica wrote the book to share her adventures, to motivate people to get up, get going and get out into nature. Erica wants people to know that they can do far more than they imagine they can.    Erica wants the book to inspire people to take that very first step and to find their tribe - a community of people that will support them on the journey.   New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out.    The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons.    Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and sign up - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you.   Show notes Who is Erica and what she does Being a keen advocate to encourage people to get into the outdoors Living in Cape Town now Starting an adventure company - Teach a girl to Fish Studying positive psychology  Being interesting in how we can come the very best of ourselves Focusing on the outdoors Finding out about her childhood, growing up on a farm and spending time outside Catching her first fish at 6 years old Learning not to be scared of the outdoors  Having a lot of freedom from a young age Bravery? Being inspired by her fearless mum Raising girl children differently from boy children Knowing in your body that you are strong Her passion for running and where it came from Getting into running in her early 30s Falling in love with Adventure Racing Not being an athlete and going to the World Championships in Adventure Racing! How women improve as races go on, especially coming into their own by day 3 Pushing her body to the limits and the lessons from the edge of the experience  The races which really challenge her Racing the Grand to Grand Ultra, USA. 275 km in 6 stages, over 7 days.  Being unwilling to give up and being able to grit it out. Racing as hard as she could and sticking to her own game plan Women who run with wolves Practical tips and tricks to help you keep going Start slowly and finish strong Tips for running in the heat Why Erica loves the deserts and spending time in that space Feeling empowered by the sunshine The importance of Vitamin D (especially in the UK) Dealing with Raynaud's  Menopause and how its impacted on running and adventure racing The impact on Vo2 max Being more deliberate about the supplements she takes Being excited about the next stage of her life and wanting to be even more resilient “Run For The Love of Life” - the goal and purpose of the book Thrive Run Club and encouraging people to take the first step Final words of advice for other women who want to get into running and live their best life The power of community and finding your tribe    Social Media   Personal - Instagram: @erica_terblanche   Business - Thrive Guru Coaching, Thrive Run Club and Teach A Girl to Fish.   Positive psychologist, transformative life coach, internationally accomplished endurance athlete, organisational change and strategy expert   Website: www.thrive-guru.com    Instagram: @thrive_guru    @thrive_run_club    Facebook: @thrivegurus   FB Thrive Run Club    Teach a Girl to Fish - We take women on out-of-the-ordinary walking, biking and kayaking adventures.  If you enjoy being active and exploring beautiful places, especially near the big blue ocean, this is for you.  Our expeditions create the perfect conditions for you to unwind, to reconnect with nature and to rekindle your inner spark.   Website: teachagirltofish.co.uk    Facebook: @TAG2F   

Throwing Shade
Menopause awareness, LGBTQ+ political gains, bell pepper throwers and bowling leagues

Throwing Shade

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 69:28


This week on ATTITUDES! Erin speaks on menopause awareness, or lack thereof, in this country. Bryan dishes on the recent LGBTQ+ political gains in areas like Minneapolis and Boston. All this plus industry talk, bell pepper throwers and bowling leagues, CAN YOU HANDLE IT?! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Hit Play Not Pause
High Performance Nutrition with Lauren Antonucci, RDN (Episode 57)

Hit Play Not Pause

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 76:42


Our performance nutrition needs change during the menopause transition. Few know that better than women who both teach it and live it as athletes and sports dietitians, like this week's guest ​​Lauren Antonucci, RDN, CSSD, author of High-Performance Nutrition for Masters Athletes. Along with being a sports nutritionist, Lauren is a runner, an Ironman athlete, and a mom of three. Once she hit perimenopause, she took Dr. Stacy Sims' Menopause for Athletes course and made adjustments to her own training as a result. This week she shares her journey, what she's learned, and what she recommends for women to perform their best at this time of life. Lauren is the Owner/Director of Nutrition Energy, a nutrition counseling practice based in NYC and is currently seeing clients both in person in her NYC office and virtually around the world. Lauren has been a Board Certified Sports Dietitian for over 15 years as well as a Certified Diabetes Educator. You can learn more about her work at https://www.nutritionenergy.com/lauren-antonucci.html and pick up her book at Amazon and wherever books are sold. **Support the Podcast** InsideTracker: 25% off at insidetracker.com/feistymenopause Nuun Hydration: 30% off at nuunlife.com with the code HITPLAY Previnex: 15% off your first order with code HITPLAY at https://www.previnex.com/ Bonafide: 20% off your first purchase when you subscribe to any product with code HITPLAY at https://hellobonafide.com/

Prep Life
Q & A: HRT, Bikini Trends, Waistlines and Menopause

Prep Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 34:19


Have you wondered how HRT, hormone shifts and menopause can effect your contest prep? Do you want to know what the latest trends are in bikini and how to get the tightest waistline? Do you have questions regarding nutrient timing or cardio training? Have you ever wondered what the most effective method for caffeine detox is? If so, don't miss this episode when @glamgirlbikini coaches @amyehinger and @chrisnicole_ifbbpro answer these questions and more! Order Adrenal Restore here: https://1stphorm.com/glamgirlbikini Apply for the team by clicking the link: https://www.glamgirlbikini.com/get-started/  Follow us on Instagram @preplifepodcast

The Flipping 50 Show
It's Not Just About How Much Protein | Menopause Fitness

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 67:13


It's not just about how much protein. It's about what kind, when, and what phase of life or training you're in that could increase your protein need. In this episode, how much protein and when you need it as a woman in menopause.  It's still not clear for many so I'm going to attempt to clarify this for you again. We also struggle internally! Cover the wide controversy and reason you still question protein needs Dissolve the biggest challenge you may be have in your mind How much protein do you need? RDAs say .8g/kg body weight or .3 per pound          Significant body of research disagreeing and contesting that this recommendation is far too low for good health, particularly in aging population Protein research says 1.4 to 1.5g/kg body weight (about 120-130 a day) Per meal requirements at least 30 gm per meal – a per meal dose Who needs more protein? Weight loss attempt/dieters          “Whenever you're talking about weight loss, you should always base protein needs on body weight, not percentage of calories,” says Donald Layman, PhD, professor emeritus of nutrition at the University of Illinois. “Percentage of calories is very misleading. Drop your calories and protein can easily dip below minimum levels. Keep the amount of protein the same and it can be considered high protein on one diet and low protein on another, yet it's still the same amount of protein.”          Breakdown that occurs with dieting or sensing starvation occurs 50/50, that is about 50% muscle and 50% fat to survive. Dieting on a high-carb diet like the food guide pyramid you'd breakdown 35% lean tissue and 65% fat. If you go on a high protein diet your muscle tissue breakdown drops to 20% while fat breakdown increases to 80%. Add the right dose of exercise and recovery and you get less than 10% muscle breakdown. So suggestions for boosting your fat breakdown and reducing muscle breakdown during weight loss effort: Watch your percent body fat and the amount of lean muscle mass. Don't drive yourself crazy. Weigh and record once a week. Then look closely at your muscle, fat, and habits if you're not reaching your goals: Are you getting the required amount of protein daily? Do you need more protein at meals? Support from protein powder, or an amino acid supplement? Do you reach muscle fatigue during every set of exercise twice a week? Do you have enough exercise volume – 3 sets of exercises for major muscle groups? Are you allowing enough recovery between resistance training exercise? In most weight loss groups where there is exercise – where walking, walking and Pilates, or strength training, only subjects with resistance training held on to lean muscle mass and experienced least amount of losses. It takes both high protein and resistance training. Especially as you age. ** High carb is basically RDA standards, High protein is only perception and based on if you reduce calories but keep the amount of protein you eat similar. Older adults (over 65 significantly at risk for sarcopenia) Injured or ill Inactive adults (need high protein nutrient dense even more than active) Under stress (losing weight is a stress) Type 2 diabetes Osteoporosis Obese Why do older adults need more protein? Reduced muscle protein synthesis Potential reduced activity (resistance training stimulates muscle protein synthesis) More easily in a catabolic state (women in menopause with less estrogen and more susceptible to negative effects of stress) Osteoporosis Sarcopenia (#1 reason for frailty is this significant loss of muscle and strength that occurs with aging unless mitigated) When do you want your protein? When you've established how much protein, the question is when? Evenly distributed throughout the day (not all at once) Positive protein balance only lasts for about 4 hours after eating. Bookending strength training workouts Higher for 24 hours after strenuous exercise Studies show ingesting protein before workouts increases energy expenditure after workouts (so as well as boosting strength and lean muscle it supports fat loss) How much can your body absorb at one time? About 15 grams of essential amino acids or 30 grams of protein per meal minimum (to stimulate muscle building) Can't handle more than 50g What makes a protein high quality? It's not just how  much but what kind of protein you need. Higher essential amino acid profile (you have to eat less of it to attain the same results – meaning a if you eat low quality sources like those from plant foods – you have to consume overall more calories, more carbohydrates, or more fat) Ease of protein digestibility More creatine (for muscle, mental benefits) – very low in plant 3-9 for seniors – higher levels 9 grams per day Greater anabolic response Supports positive nitrate balance (note below) The value of RDA for older adults is debated since its establishment was based on nitrogen balance studies. It doesn't offer specific recommendations for older adults, who seem to need higher intakes of protein to maintain metabolic homeostasis. The nitrogen balance method is based on the fact that proteins are fundamentally composed of nitrogen, which, after being metabolized through transamination and deamination reactions, is mainly excreted in the urine and, in smaller quantities, in the feces and skin. According to this paradigm, when nitrogen intake exceeds its losses, a positive balance is achieved, which favors Muscle Protein Synthesis. On the other hand, a greater excretion of nitrogen defines a condition of negative nitrogen balance, which puts you in a catabolic state. Suspected the current RDA is insufficient to prevent muscle atrophy in older adults because it's insufficient to put you in a positive nitrate balance. What are the highest quality food proteins?Organ meats Wild meat (bison, elk, venison, etc) Pork Eggs Why do certain proteins in midlife cause women digestive? Change in hormones causes change in gut biome Reduced stomach acid and enzymes Leaky gut - permeability Dairy (including whey) Eggs Soy Why not whey? Insulin sensitivity if you're using it for meal replacement Skin issues and food sensitivities (seen with gas, bloating, increased inflammation) Poorly produced Other ingredients Isn't filling (because its rapidly absorbed) Why not just collagen? When you're looking at your collagen and counting that in your daily total, it isn't included in your "how much protein" for lean muscle and body composition improvements."  It isn't a complete protein. Collagen does not have a great enough amino acid protein. It's wonderful for hair, skin, and nails. If given the right collagen strain (there are 5) it can benefit gut health. The essential amino acids (9) and then there are 3 that are BCAAs and one that seems to have the greatest impact which is leucine. You want about 2.5 grams of leucine per meal. Taking BCAAs alone doesn't help. You need all the essential amino acids. What's the problem with plant proteins? The number of carbs and calories consumed to reach protein quota (problem creating a calorie deficit) Carb sensitivity is common for midlife women Satiety can't be attained (fullness before reaching protein levels but not satiety) What is Protein Theory”? Signal to eat more protein, or eat more, until your body has reached adequate protein levels   What if you can't possibly eat enough protein? Food, protein shakes, and if still not then, boost your protein synthesis with amino acid supplements for high protein boost, the satiety, sleep aid, without the calories. But you also don't achieve the same dietary micronutrient boost from high-quality protein sources. Example of Combining dietary protein with amino acid supplements You eat a protein – half is essential amino acid (that's if it's high quality – but may not be true for lower quality proteins) Amino acid supplements – not “technically” protein For instance eating 90 grams of dietary protein then adding AAs 20  =  110 grams of protein But the supplements… it's 100% amino acids 20 grams of protein So you are getting a richer essential amino acid content. However, yes, eat whole foods that support all your micronutrient needs! The equivalent of what would be true for 40 grams of protein. How can you get more protein without tons more calories/plant-based diet? Amino acid supplements (see below if you're ready to try) What if I can't digest protein very well? (many older adults can't due to reduced stomach acid & enzymes) Digestive enzymes (Betaine HCL) How much protein at breakfast(and what)? Yes, it's ideal to break your fast before you workout at high intensity Not nothing, not coffee, and not high carbs: not even oatmeal The question of Kidney function Only for those with existing renal disease (eg. Those with diabetes at increased risk) a high protein diet may not be appropriate. Resources mentioned in this episode: Flipping50 Protein Debra's choice for Amino Acid supplements   Smoothie Recipes The Ultimate Smoothie Guide for Women in Menopause    References: https://www.acsm.org/docs/default-source/files-for-resource-library/protein-intake-for-optimal-muscle-maintenance.pdf Courtney-Martin G.  False equivalence or fake news: is a peanut really an egg? The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 151, Issue 5, May 2021, Pages 1055–1056, https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/nxab051. Coelho-Junior HJ, Marzetti E, Picca A, Cesari M, Uchida MC, Calvani R. Protein Intake and Frailty: A Matter of Quantity, Quality, and Timing. Nutrients. 2020;12(10):2915. Published 2020 Sep 23. doi:10.3390/nu12102915 Layman DK. Dietary Guidelines should reflect new understandings about adult protein needs. Nutr Metab (Lond). 2009;6:12. Layman DK, Evans EM, Erickson D, Seyler J, Weber J, Bagshaw D, Griel A, Psota T, Kris-Etherton P. A moderate-protein diet produces sustained weight loss and long-term changes in body composition and blood lipids in obese adults. J Nutr. 2009 Mar;139(3):514-21. doi: 10.3945/jn.108.099440. Epub 2009 Jan 21. PMID: 19158228. Paddon-Jones D, Westman E, Mattes RD, et al. Protein, weight management, and satiety. Am J Clin Nutr. 2008; 87(5):1558S-1561S. Paddon-Jones D, Short KR, Campbell WW, Volpi E, Wolfe RR. Role of dietary protein in the sarcopenia of aging. Am J Clin Nutr. 2008:87(5):1562S-1566S Park S, Church DD, Schutzler WE, Azhar G, Il-Young K, Ferrando AA, Wolfe RR. Metabolic Evaluation of the Dietary Guidelines' Ounce Equivalents of Protein Food Sources in Young Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial. The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 151, Issue 5, May 2021, Pages 1190–1196, https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/nxaa401. Other Episodes You may like: Guest interview with Dr Gabrielle Lyons    Guest interview with Douglas Paddon-Jones, PhD   Guest interview with Stuart Philips, PhD   How I use Amino Acids to reach Daily Protein goals    5 Day Flip!

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#249 How to Squirt, Gush, and Have Juicy Orgasms - With Kenneth Play

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In this episode we talk about squirting, gushing, g-spots and so much more with sex educator and (soon to be) author Kenneth Play. Kenneth shares the biology behind how it works as well as plenty of tips and tricks on how to do it (whether you are the giver or receiver). If you've ever wondered about squirting then you definitely do not want to miss this one.  We also answer a sex question about losing/lowering libido after menopause.  If you want to skip to the interview, fast forward to minute 22.  About our guest: Kenneth Play is an international expert on female pleasure who was named the World's Greatest Sex Hacker by GQ & Men's Health. Kenneth has been featured by more than 100 media outlets including The New York Times, Nightline, Cosmo, Playboy, Vice, and Huffington Post. Kenneth's forthcoming book, “Beyond Satisfied: A Sex Hacker's Guide to Endless Orgasms, Mind-Blowing Connection, and Lasting Confidence”, will be released in 2022. To learn more visit kennethplay.com and use code SHAMELESS for 50% off his sex hacker pro course or click here to redeem Other links: Get 30% off any Satisfyer sex toy with code Shameless30 at satisfyer.com Get your buzz on without getting floored with our favorite legal, organic smokable hemp by Dad Grass + 20% off your first order at dadgrass.com/shameless Get 10% off + free shipping with code SHAMELESSSEX on Uberlube AKA our favorite lubricant at uberlube.com Get $5 off while mastering the art of pleasure at OMGyes.com/shameless Get 15% off all of your sex toys with code SHAMELESSSEX at purepleasureshop.com Want to try one of our favorite boutique wines? Get 10% off of 3 bottles or more with code SHAMELESSSEX10 or 15% off of 6 bottles or more with come SHAMELESSSEX15 at marginswine.com