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One of the most frustrating symptoms of Menopause is brain fog. The memory loss and frustration can last for many years. What can women do to improve their memory? While attending the Wise Pause Event, we spoke with Dr. Anju Mathur. Dr. Mathur is the medical director and owner of Angel Longevity Medical Center. After 15 years of working in general medicine, Dr. Mathur turned to alternative methods to focus on overall wellness, rather than treating and suppressing just symptoms. This episode addresses brain fog, a/k/a the menobrain. Loss of estrogen as we age plays a large role in memory loss and cognitive health. Dr. Mathur recommends bioidentical estrogens to improve memory and cognitive function. We discuss the types of estrogen and how they affect the aging brain. Show notes may be found on our website. www.hotflashescooltopics.com Want to Leave a Review for Hot Flashes and Cool Topics? Here's How: For Apple Podcasts on an iPhone or iOS device: Open the Apple Podcast App on your device. Click on the “search” icon Type into the search bar “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” and click on the show Towards the bottom, look for “Ratings and Reviews” Click on “Write a Review” and leave us your thoughts and comments! For Apple Podcasts on a computer: On the Apple Podcasts website, go to the search bar and type “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” After clicking on the show, find the “Listen on Apple Podcasts” button and click on it The “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” podcast should open on the Apple Podcasts application Keep scrolling on the page until you see “Ratings and Reviews” Click on “See All” If you want to give us a five-star rating, hover over the empty stars! If you want to leave your thoughts and comments, click on “Write a Review”!
Esther Blum is the industry expert when it comes to empowering women during the menopausal transition and beyond. As an integrative dietician, she's helped thousands of women master menopause through nutrition, hormones, lifestyle, and self-advocacy. Her approach works and her client results speak for themselves. In today's episode, Esther Blum offers her “Meno-Laws” - practical tips for peri- and menopausal women. We talk nutrition, hormone replacement, sleep, the right kind of exercise, and how to beat menopausal weight gain. Today on The Lab Report: 4:10 Meet Esther Blum and empowering women for self-advocacy 8:35 Meno-laws and nutrition strategies for menopause 12:05 Cortisol, carbs, keto, and hot flashes 14:25 Insomnia and sleep hygiene 16:00 Exercise, weight gain, and the Meno-pot belly 20:20 Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy 24:00 Herbal supplements for hormone support 25:15 The importance of testosterone for women 29:30 Gut health and menopause 31:00 The Fireball Additional Resources: estherblum.com See Ya Later, Ovulator! Cave Women Don't Get Fat The Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous Project Secrets of Gorgeous Subscribe, Rate, & Review The Lab Report Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode of The Lab Report, presented by Genova Diagnostics, with your hosts Michael Chapman and Patti Devers. If you enjoyed this episode, please hit the subscribe button and give us a rating or leave a review. Don't forget to visit our website, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Email Patti and Michael with your most interesting and pressing questions on functional medicine: email@example.com. And, be sure to share your favorite Lab Report episodes with your friends and colleagues on social media to help others learn more about Genova and all things related to functional medicine and specialty lab testing. To find a qualified healthcare provider to connect you with Genova testing, or to access select products directly yourself, visit Genova Connect. Disclaimer: The content and information shared in The Lab Report is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in The Lab Report represent the opinions and views of Michael Chapman and Patti Devers and their guests. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Menopause is a physical result of sin in Eden, and every woman faces it at a certain age. When that time comes, it can be difficult for a husband to deal with these changes, but God can provide the patience it takes to stick with it in the marriage. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/640/29
By 2030, 25% of the female population will be menopausal - the fastest growing demographic in the workplace. If you are female, a leader, colleague, family member or friend of a female, you need to understand what menopause means for you and those around you. Aurecon's Penny Rush introduces bestselling author Niki Bezzant to share her research. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's the link between menopause and sleep? One of the most common complaints from women in our clinic is that they don't sleep well. Well, they're not alone.According to a US study, 56% of women over 40 are getting less than the seven hours of sleep per night that experts deem restful and healthy!Not only does good sleep make us feel better generally, it's also vital for long term health.But you knew that right? That's why it's so frustrating if you can't sleep! And that increased anxiety just makes everything worse.The good news is that we can do something about it!Contact us if you need any further help with your sleep or menopause issues; www.happyhormonesforlife.com/contactAnd you can get Feel Sleep and my top 5 supplements here; www.happyhormonesforlife.com/shop-now
Alison Bladh is a registered nutritional and beauty therapist living in the wilds of Sweden after falling for the charms of a Viking man! Alison has worked in the health and wellness industry for over 30 years and specializes in menopausal women's health. She has her own online clinic helping women worldwide to manage the negative symptoms of menopause. Her mission is to support her clients through changes to diet, health, mindset, and lifestyle so they can harness their hormones and get their confidence & sparkle back. Alison believes that all women, no matter what age, deserve to reclaim their health and feel great. Life is too short to suffer symptoms that hold you back! Connect with Alison at www.alisonbladh.com, Facebook @alisonbladhnutrition and Instagram @alisonbladh To grab your copy of Your Journaling Journey search for it on Amazon or with these links: Canada: https://amzn.to/3ACRHla USA: https://amzn.to/3B0A28l Follow The Roller Coaster: Facebook @therollercoasterpodcast Instagram @the_roller_coaster_podcast
What a beautiful thing is to witness a woman reclaiming and owning her power and I witness A LOT of that in the work that I do with my clients. Today, I want to share a bit of that magic with you. In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I sit down with an amazing woman and current client of mine, Claire Bergman, to talk about a few things she has learned by committing to her own healing journey. Body image, identity, restoration, and recreation are just a few of the topics we explore together. I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I enjoyed facilitating it. You can listen here: https://graceandgrit.com/podcast-304/ **** Mentioned in this podcast: Website: https://www.joanneadducci.com/ Retreat: https://www.wildriceretreat.com/retreats-wisconsin/joanne-adduci-and-claire-schulz-bergman **** Ready to become a Woman of Grace & Grit? Join me in the Rumble & Rise arena at https://graceandgrit.com/readytorumble **** Are you loving the Grace & Grit Podcast? Leave a Review: http://bit.ly/GGPReview It's time to make MIDLIFE Magic. Grab your Midlife Magic Quickstart Guide here https://graceandgrit.com/midlifemagic Looking for more Grace & Grit? Visit https://graceandgrit.com/
Have you ever said to yourself “If only chocolate were healthy for me…”? Here's some news - eating dark chocolate (60%+) could benefit your health! In the latest “Plant Based Diet” episode featuring food and women's health blogger Talida Voinea of Hazel & Cacao, you'll learn: 1. The benefits of a plant based diet for hormone health 2. How chocolate and soy can benefit women's hormones 3. Talida's journey to hormone balance and the creation of her successful blog and Instagram account.In this episode you'll hear:3:00 – The health benefits of chocolate 6:30 – Talida's health journey and the beginning of Hazel & Cacao11:45 – Why Talida chose plant based eating15:05 – Benefits of a plant based diet in reproductive years17:55 – About soy19:30 – Plant based diet during peri-menopause and menopause21:50 – The pillars of health - considerations beyond diet23:30 – Talida's cookbook26:40 – Giveaway28:00 – Tracking your cycle29:00 – Difference between cocoa and cacaoCreditsSound Recording and Editing: Will CrannGuest Link: https://hazelandcacao.com/To subscribe to the "Doctors+ Premium" Episodes: https://apple.co/3EPaPjF
Is it ADHD, Imbalanced Hormones, Menopause... or Something Else?Today I'm bringing back the beautiful and bright Dr. Felice Gersh, where we will be discussing overall mental health, ADHD, and the link to Hormones and how they impact your brain, moods & wellbeing.Make sure you watch our first episode where Dr. Gersh did an incredible job of weaving together what we now know about the Endocannabinoid System and how it relates to aging.Now, as a woman who masked my ADHD until mid life through an unfair advantage of having a background in Functional and self-healing with the right lab work and supplements, living my dream job as a serial entrepreneur, and being a clinical hypnotherapist, which allowed me access to cleaning up my own traumas - it still comes with it's challenges.Stay till the end because we will be breaking open the nuances of mental health and how it relates to the symphony of our hormones, and so much more.And….With four times adult women being diagnosed with ADHD today than children - it's time to go deeper with answers now More now than ever, especially considering those with ADHD already have a 50% increase of anxiety and depression - and that 1 in 4 ADHD women will attempt suicide in their lifetime compared to a neurotypical individual.The medical model leans towards pharmaceuticals, versus looking at holistic Psychiatry - so we completely by-pass promoting the time to really dial in our emotional, hormonal, environmental, trauma and physical wellbeing.Here's a quote from today's Guest, Dr Felice Gersh:Once a female hits puberty we put her on birth control, and once she goes into menopause, she is put on an SSRI, and after that, if you're really not doing great, they'll just remove your female life force organsTo sum it up, its a personal mission of mine, as I'm sure it's Dr Gersh's - in bringing a new integrative approach so we can share it with YOU and other medical professionals, coaches and therapists.Our guest covers all areas of women's health.Dr. Gersh is renowned for her expertise in the hormonal management of women, with a unique specialization in PCOS, which affects 1 in 10 women.She also approaches the female aging process in a holistic manner, comprehensively addressing the negative impact of sleep disturbances, pharmaceuticals, environmental toxins, nutrient and hormonal deficiencies, gut microbiome imbalances, and chronic stress.What you'll awaken to:Is ADHD Nature versus nurture?Pertaining to ADHD - very little research is done on how hormonal influences on the Brain in womenHow Trauma may be a cause and effect of ADHDThe bio- psycho- social approach - focuses on the environmental, psychological, and biological factors at play in a person's life, and then developing a tailored multi-pronged approaches for support.-The 4 root causes of ADHD Symptoms (genetic, neurological, nutritional and environmental)The interrelated ecosystem of genetic, epigenetic, cellular, and microbiome-related influences.Lab Testing & Genetics: COMT is a key enzyme in the elimination of dopamine.A Val/Val gene has increased COMT activity, which leads to lower dopamine levels and relatively lower prefrontal cognitive function than in individuals with Met/Met Genes.What is the relationship between hormones and brain function?What is the relationship between estrogen and ADHD?How can taking hormones as with contraceptives or in menopause impact brain health and ADHD?What makes ADHD in women different than in men?Research has confirmed that the brain is a target organ for estrogen and that estrogen's neuronal effects have functional consequences.Specifically, estrogen has been found to stimulate dopamine and serotonin receptors in the brain.Estrogen acts as a dopamine agonist, which increases dopamine activityThe changes in estrogen levels at puberty and again at menopause can dramatically impact a woman's ADHD symptoms, along with her ability to function.The essential hormones for mental health in both women and men -- estrogen, thyroid, oxytocin, cortisol, progesterone and insulin -- and their relationship with key neurotransmitters and the brainPhytoestrogens to support estrogen receptors.How fasting can help balance hormones, but dieting can be bad for mental healthHow stress breaks down the key barriers in the microbiome and cause leakage through the blood brain barrier and increase neuroinflammationReplacing hormones is not enough -- how you need to optimise your circadian rhythms, nutrition, detoxification, relationships and relaxation for better mental healthToo much dopamine leads to addiction. Too little serotonin leads to depression. Chronic stress drives down both.Psychobiotics: Bacteria out numbers our human cells by 10 to 1 and 99 percent of the genetic information we carry is also held within the microbiome. New research shows that certain probiotic strains perform as well as SSRI's.Suggested Supplements: I'm creating a supplement stack specifically for ADHD- Coming Soon.Omegas, for the importance of Fat and cholesterol for the brain.B VitaminsMagnesiumOPC'sVitamin DDHEA - for depressionMulti / ProbioticTop Lifestyle Tips:TAKE care of yourself – Fix your Sleep, Fix your Diet, Fix your StressorsHORMONES – Balance your thyroid, adrenal, sex hormones, insulinEXCLUDE reactive foodsZINC, MAGNESIUM and other mineralsESSENTIAL fatty acidsEXERCISE and energyB VITAMINS and other vitaminsRESTORE the MicrobiomeAMINO acids and ProteinThe Importance of Cellular Electricity:Problems in mitochondria, the cell's powerhouses, as well as oxidative stress, have been associated with several neurodegenerative diseases.Plant-based protein is shown to be better than meat for midlife womenNeurotransmitters and Sleep:Brain Seratonin Neurons support our sleep hormone melatonin. WIthout enough estrogen - most is made in the ovaries, but can make from the brain.How a decrease in estradiol in your brain decreases with age and this has a tremendous impact why after menopause mental health issues dramatically rise in women who previously have experienced depression and anxietyAfter menopause, an estrogen-deficient brain brings a 400 percent increased risk of having mental health problemsWe loose estradiol post-menopause, which increases mental health issues such as anxiety and ADHDMen make 6-10 times more estrogen in the brain - which is why women have a much harder time with mental health.AGING and NEUROINFLAMMATION:Microglia are key to maintaining the health of the brain from mental health to cognitive function.The microglia are the surveillance system of the brain and if toxins get into the brain, or an infection or a brain injury, they go into a crazy state of activity to deal with the damage and trauma. They then secrete dissolving enzymes and damaged tissue so they can absorb it and make healthy tissues. The issue is, when there's not enough estrogen in the brain to help modulate, the microglia starts producing massive amounts of enzyme and start to damage normal healthy tissue in the brain of there's not enough estrogen to buffer taking the essential tissue needed for brain healthThis is one of the reasons why women tend to have almost three times the incidence of alzheimer's disease as males - because estrogen helps to maintain the production of acetylcholine which is key for cementing and creating cognition and memory recall.Labwork: How to test for genetics and accurate supplementation.Where to find Dr Gersh: https://integrativemgi.com/Look for her new book: Menopause: 50 Things You Need to Know. What to Expect During the Three Stages of MenopauseShare the Love:If you like The Awakened Beauty Podcast…. 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The menopause.It's not something you hear people talking about very often.Yet it affects 20% of the workforce. It's a big topic.Now, as a man, it's obviously not a topic I can discuss with any authority. But my guest, Mel Kettle, has written about this often and has a personal story on the topic.October 18th is World Menopause Day, so it seems like a good day to talk about this.In a recent article by Mel, she mentioned a report in which 83% of respondents said their work was negatively affected by menopause. “Nearly half said they considered retiring or taking a break from work when their menopausal symptoms were severe. And 60% ranked workplace support during menopause as ‘poor' or ‘below average'.”So, what can be done to help, especially for women running their own businesses? Well, Mel is here to help!Mel Kettle is an internationally recognised expert at fully connected leadership and communication. She works with leaders and teams that want to achieve real connection and sustained engagement. She is the best-selling author of Fully Connected and the host of the podcast This Connected Life. Download my live video confidence guide and get notified when I next go live → https://confident.live/subscribe (
“Menopause doesn't happen to you, it happens “for” you!” Founder of Wise Woman Emerging (a platform midwifing women through the menopausal change) Dr. Cari Schaefer DACM; shares everything you need to know about navigating this process and feeling your best. Learn her expert tips on how to boost metabolic function, balance your hormones, and manage your moods so you not only manage this natural phase in your life – but embrace it.
Michelle’s Question: Hi, thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us! In March 2022 at 42 years old, I had a total hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy because of stage 4 endometriosis, grapefruit-sized fibroids, ovarian cysts, and my left ovary adhered to my colon. I was immediately put on an estradiol patch. I was […] The post Is Surgical Menopause Worse Than Natural Menopause? | PYHP 121 appeared first on .
When you can't seem to find the support or make the time to prioritize yourself, or when nothing you are doing is working to help you feel better, often we need to look to our self love during these tricky years. Learn some key steps to finding YOU from expert Self Love Coach Jenny Drake. Get more from her here: IG: @jenny_drake_ https://www.jenny-drake.com/ Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/973738250060052/?ref=share Need Help Now? Grab my 10 Hormone Hacks Video Event to Get you Started To get all of the details on my hormone hacks or my hormone balancing programs click here --> https://linktr.ee/theperiodwhisperer Or follow me on Instagram @bria_period_whisperer and DM me directly to see how I can best help you feel the best you have ever felt at any age.
There is a long history of women not only not knowing anything about sexual pleasure but also being made to feel as if there is something dangerous and wrong with them if they seek it. My guest for this episode is Dr. Laurie Mintz a professor, a therapist, and the author of “Becoming Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters- and How to Get it”, the groundbreaking book that changed not only how millions of women, and men, think about female sexual pleasure, but how women can OWN sexual pleasure. In this episode, Dr. Streicher and Dr. Mintz discuss: Why, HISTORICALLY, women have not been educated about the clitoris and its role in female pleasure and orgasm Why Dr. Mintz wrote Becoming Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters and How to Get it Why women often feel SHAME about the appearance of their genitalia Why women still believe that orgasm will occur during intercourse The anthropological explanation for why the clitoris is OUTSIDE the vagina What is meant by “ORGASM EQUALITY” The POLITICS of orgasm Why it is important to have a SEX SCRIPT Why PORN can be problematic MASTURBATION education Why a vibrator is a TOOL, not a TOY What a VIBRATOR and a RAFT have in common MEN and Vibrators The problem with SEX EDUCATION in America Why MINDFULNESS is so important when it comes to sexual pleasure LABIAL diversity Sign up for Dr. Streicher's free Inside Information Monthly Newsletter for videos, events, and much more! Laurie Mintz, Ph.D. www.drlauriemintz.com Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Florida Becoming Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters and How to Get it A Tired Woman's Guide to Passionate Sex TEDx Talk A New Revolution for Orgasm Equality Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrLaurieMintz/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drlauriemintz Twitter https://twitter.com/drlauriemintz LINKS OMG YES: The Science of Women's Pleasure The Labia Library Gyno Diversity FOR MORE INFORMATION Slip Sliding Away: Turning Back the Clock on Your Vagina-A gynecologist's guide to eliminating post-menopause dryness and pain Episode 15: Post Menopause Orgasm- Everybody Come! Episode 29: Has Your Hysterectomy Hijacked Your Sex Life? Episode 21: Say Yes! to Testosterone for Women Lauren Streicher, MD is a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, and the medical director of the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause. She is a certified menopause practitioner of the North American Menopause Society. Dr. Streicher is the medical correspondent for Chicago's top-rated news program, the WGN Morning News, and has been seen on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, NPR, Dr. Radio, Nightline, Fox and Friends, The Steve Harvey Show, CBS This Morning, ABC News Now, NBCNightlyNews,20/20, and World News Tonight. She is an expert source for many magazines and serves on the medical advisory board of The Kinsey Institute, Self Magazine, and Prevention Magazine. She writes a regular column for The Ethel by AARP and Prevention Magazine. Sign Up to receive Dr. Streicher's Free Newsletter: Subscribe and Follow Dr. Streicher on DrStreicher.com Instagram @DrStreich Twitter @DrStreicher Facebook @DrStreicher YouTube DrStreicherTV Books by Lauren Streicher, MD Slip Sliding Away: Turning Back the Clock on Your Vagina-A gynecologist's guide to eliminating post-menopause dryness and pain Hot Flash Hell: A Gynecologist's Guide to Turning Down the Heat Sex Rx- Hormones, Health, and Your Best Sex Ever The Essential Guide to Hysterectomy
When I came across the work of the Red School, with Alexandra and Sjanie, and their brand new book, Wise Power ~ Discover the Liberating Power of Menopause to Awaken Authority, Purpose, and Belonging, I exhaled a sigh of relief. This radical new story of menopause is just the medicine my peri-menopausal soul has been craving. Honestly, I've been wanting to wrap myself up in the pages of this book (I am so comforted there) as peri-menopause continues to invite me deeper and deeper within myself. I am thrilled to have preordered my copy, read every single page, and now to share these incredible women and their brilliant teachings with you on SATIATE. Learn more: www.redschool.net www.redschoolmenopause.com www.wisepowerbook.com www.wildpowerbook.com Instagram: @red.school You Tube: @RedSchoolTV Find Me at: Sue Van Raes: www.bouldernutrition.com/ Boulder Nutrition Retreats: www.bouldernutrition.com/retreats Follow Me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/bouldernutrition/
For the past couple of years, we've talked all about perimenopause as the runway to menopause. This is the opportunity for us to acclimatize our bodies and brains for what comes next. But imagine not having that lead time? Imagine being told you're going to skip it all together and head straight into menopause by the time you wake up tomorrow or the next day? Most women that go into post-surgical or post-treatment menopause report feeling completely overwhelmed and completely under educated or informed. This can lead to a lot of stress adding to their existing health conditions. Kim MacDonald, Weather Network Anchor Breast Cancer Canada spokesperson, wife, mom of two daughters, dog mom, and a survivor shares her experience on how chemotherapy threw her into sudden menopause which had a huge impact on her life. Few people even know that menopause is a side effect of breast cancer chemotherapy. Tune in!
I love dual podcasts when two experts come together to discuss a variety of topics. This episode features Debbie Potts, low carb athlete and endurance extraordinaire. We talk about fasted exercise, endurance training and gaining weight while endurance training. Ladies, I heard your complaints, and I've heard your questions. Debbie and I also tackle timing of carbs. sometimes in the peri menopausal or menopausal states. If you are endurance training, powerlifting, or CrossFitting, it's a little bit different for you...not necessarily just low carb all the time. You can be low carb, with a little bit of carbs...now doesn't that make you want to listen? Debbie Potts website: https://debbiepotts.net/ Low Carb Athlete Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-low-carb-athlete-podcast/id951124097?mt=2&i=360126613 Free e-book: Matching The Female Hormones With Fasting, Exercise and Nutrition: https://debbiepotts.lpages.co/matching-the-female-hormones-with-fasting/ Shop ALL of Dr. Amie's Fixxr Supplements: Fixxrsupps.com Subscribe to my Text Club: Text DRAMIE to 8332631365 LET'S GET YOUR LIFE BACK...Connect with Dr. Amie Hornaman Book a free discovery call: https://dramiehornaman.com/pages/book-a-call FREE DOWNLOADS… Are My Labs Optimal? What Do I Do? Don't know where to start...don't know which labs are useful? And what to do when you get your results? Heal Your Hashi with Keto a 7 Day Challenge: 7 daily tasks to implement if you are looking for that nutritional change, and a challenge that can help get you on the road to healthier, dietary choices! CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Join my exclusive Facebook Group, Dr. Amie…The Thyroid Fixer®...Love Your Mirror, for a Community of HOPE and Support in your thyroid journey. https://www.facebook.com/groups/dramie/ Like me on Facebook: Amie Hornaman Nutrition and Functional Medicine Subscribe on Youtube: Dr. Amie Hornaman Follow me on Instagram: @dramiehornaman
It's that time of the year again. It seems everyone has something to celebrate, whether it's Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year or all of the above. For a woman experiencing hot flushes, it can be a time of lowered self confidence or embarrassment. Let's see if we can change this. So today I want to chat about tips and tricks to help you not only survive this time of year but to also encourage you to get out and have some fun. Party Time and Hot Flushes article with links to the products mentioned.
Ever heard of Shittens? They are disposable, mitten-shaped moist wipes that were created because "no one wants poop on their hands". Rachel Fine, our dear friend of over 20 years, is one of the inventors of Shittens, but she's so much more than that! You might know her as host of various shows on Howard Stern TV, reporter for Travel Channel's Paranormal Paparazzi, singer and songwriter of the album "Own Your Own", chief ambassador of the MacDella Cooper Foundation, and co-owner of the Gigglewaters Social Club & Screening Room in the Tampa Bay area. She also has two kids and at least that many pets. As if that weren't enough to cover, Rachel is here to tell us how her pesky varicose veins led to the discovery of a rare vascular condition called May-Thurner Syndrome. This is potentially life-saving information for our listeners, as the condition disproportionately affects women and is usually not found until after someone has died! We also talk about burnout, IV Ketamine treatments, and how your career shouldn't define you. It's easy to bounce from topic to topic when you're bouncing with your bestie. Where to find RachelRachel Fine TwitterRachel Fine InstaRachel Fine FacebookRachel Fine WebsiteGigglewaters Social Club and Screening RoomShittensMentioned in the episodeThank You to Shittens from Project HopeMay-Thurner SyndromeMacDella Cooper FoundationChronic pain is surprisingly treatable — when patients focus on the brainBurnout by Emily and Amelia Nagoski Feminist Survival Project - Episode 63 - How to Listen to Your BodyOther things we want you to look atErin's Faces Julia G WellnessSupport the showFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review.
I want to tell you about what kind of conversation you have when you put me, Naomi Watts, and Katie Couric in the same room, because that happened to me. Plus, TikTok creator Victoria Hardy (@gingeunhinged) joins the podcast to share how she experienced menopause in her 30s and the importance of being more age inclusive in the menopause conversation. Follow Victoria on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@gingeunhinged Join me on social media @tamsenfadal: Official Site: https://tamsen.tv/official TikTok: https://tamsen.tv/tk Instagram: https://tamsen.tv/ig YouTube: https://tamsen.tv/yt Facebook: https://tamsen.tv/fb LinkedIn: https://tamsen.tv/in Twitter: https://tamsen.tv/tw
More and more women are turning to acupuncture for natural support during perimenopause, menopause and post menopause so I was super excited to chat to this week's guest Acupuncturist Jo Darling to find out more. Jo has a wealth of experience helping women have a positive menopause naturally. She works with women experiencing the hormonal changes of menopause whether it's arrived naturally, chemically, surgically or early. Jo is also the co-founder of the Menopoised Menopause magnet which is highly effective in reducing the frequency and intensity of hot flushes and night sweats. I absolutely loved this conversation. Listen in to hear:
Nothing stops you in your tracks like chronic pain and nagging, seemingly endless injuries, both of which can become more common during the menopause transition and beyond. The sports medicine world is brimming with cutting-edge, regenerative medicine treatments promising relief, but it can be hard to cut through the marketing jargon to figure out what really works. This week we sat down with sports medicine-certified orthopedic surgeon Dr. Vonda Wright of the Hughston Clinic for detailed explanations of TenJet rehabilitation, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), stem cells, orthobiologic injections, and other regenerative medicine treatments, as well as the impact of diet and lifestyle on joint health. Dr. Wright is a double board-certified orthopedic surgeon, researcher, and team doctor. Her pioneering research in mobility and musculoskeletal aging is changing the way we view and treat the aging process, and her passion for advancing her field is evident in her expertise with cutting-edge orthobiologics techniques, including PRP for arthritis. She has experience caring for athletes and active people of all ages and skill levels, including the Division I Georgia State Panthers, Penguins Elite developmental hockey teams, University of Pittsburgh Division I athletes, World Rugby 7's, Olympic track and field athletes, and the Atlanta Ballet. You can learn more about her and her work at https://www.surgeon.drvondawright.com/Join us for our first-ever Feisty Menopause Performance Retreat at Lake Nona atFeistymenopause.com/retreatGet your tickets to the Hit Play Not Pause Summit at feistymenopause.com/hit-play-not-pause-summitTickets are just $20! **Support the Podcast** InsideTracker: 20% off at insidetracker.com/feistyPrevinex: 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 hellobonafide.com/hitplayNutrisense: Go to nutrisense.io/hitplay for $30 off any subscription to the CGM programThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacyChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Rewind 20 years for a moment. ⏪ Britney and Justin broke up, everyone was talking about the Atkins diet, and a study dropped that would taint the perception of HRT for years to come. In fact, the scare it caused continues to be felt today, with plenty of women putting hormone replacement therapy on the ‘not for me' pile. If that's you, this week's podcast guest is not here to try and persuade you to do anything that's not right for you. Julia Tyrer is here to arm you with advice that she's found has worked for her and her clients, covering everything from what body identical HRT is, what foods you should be eating during menopause, and why every woman needs to sign a very important petition. Here's why you need to tune inMaybe you've hit menopause and you're wondering why the exercise regime you've always followed is no longer working. Maybe you're worried about how the symptoms of menopause might affect your performance at work, or maybe you just need to hear Joy and Julia having a giggle about how much time they've spent talking about horse wee! This episode is jam-packed with info.
A lot of women over the age of 35, 45, 50 and beyond, are in hormonal hell. They're struggling with peri menopause and menopause and don't know where to start or who to turn to. Perhaps they go to their local GP who fobs them off with, “Good luck, it is what it is", or worse yet, get handed the birth control pill and sent off on their merry way. Except…The menopause is not a birth control deficiency!! So off they go and continue struggling with their intolerable symptoms. They feel absolutely crap, develop a pot belly out of nowhere, find themselves miserable and crying for no reason, shout at their husband with no logical cause only to head to bed and toss and turn with hot flash after hot flash waking up in a pool of soaked sheets wondering if they can get away with falling back asleep or if they have to get up and change the damn sheets for the 4th time this week!! Truth be told, the menopause is an utter minefield and is to date, so poorly managed. But help is on its way! Episode 77 of the Chase Life podcast welcomes special guest Esther Blum, Integrative Dietitian, 4 time best seller and author of “See Ya Later Ovulator!”, who assures us that yes, you can master your menopause with nutrition, exercise, gut health, and a large dose of self-advocacy. In this episode Rachel and Esther discuss: - Esther's journey and how she went from writing Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous to writing a book on the menopause. - How you can be perimenopausal and be on a full regiment of hormone replacement and have very little to no side effects. - The importance of self advocacy, and why you have to take your health into your own hands. - Why “test don't guess” is Esther's mantra...and where most doctors go wrong. - Esther's 3 types of testing. - The role of nutrition, resistance training and lifestyle factors in managing our hormones. - How chronic stress wreaks havoc on our hormones and strategies to combat this. - How alcohol and caffeine affects us and the shocking effect of alcohol on estrogen. - Supplements and the 6 most important kinds to take if you are perimenopausal. - Why so many women go through major thyroid issues in the menopause. - The role of state management in managing symptoms. - HRT and dispelling the myth that HRT “causes breast cancer and the risk outweighs the benefit”. - The difference between pharmaceutical hormones, bioidentical hormones, and creams, patches and pellets. - Why you cannot out-hormone your lifestyle choices, why it's really important to optimize systems first, and why not everyone that comes to Esther can start on hormones. Episode 77 of the Chase Life podcast answers ALL possible questions you have on peri menopause and menopause…and more! Highly informative, entertaining, and insanely liberating as you realise not only are you not losing your mind and your body… but help and solutions are out there! If you have any questions for the podcast please send them to: Rachel@ChaseLifeConsulting.com If you're ready to take decisive action to resolve your struggles with binge / emotional eating, stress, overwhelm, or low self esteem, you can book in for a call at: https://calendly.com/chaselifeconsulting/chaselifeintensivecall To find out more about who we are and what we do go to: www.ChaseLifeConsulting.com
Hundreds of Cochrane reviews have been published over the last 25 years relevant to the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of cancers, including ovarian cancer. In a new review from July 2022, Clare Davenport, from the University of Birmingham in the UK, and colleagues examined the evidence on the use of multiple tests to detect it and she tells us what they found in this podcast.
Sharing a personal update and a new resource I created for you to help you advocate for your needs medically. Plus, I talk about the Standford Neurodiversity Summit, the similarities and differences between Autism and HSPs, and how our challenges with Sensory Overload are similar for those of us high on the sensitivity scale. Sensory Overload tends to be one of our biggest challenges and often the culprit of emotional reactivity, anxiety, irritability, sleep issues, exhaustion, and even loss of productivity, creativity, and focus. I share some of the HSP events we have coming up and how to watch the replays of past events in our HSP library! I love that the community hosts HSP events every week and benefits from many different HSP experiences and gifts. About the HSP Trait and Sharing it with Others, Addiction and Recovery, Ayurveda, Black HSPs and Leadership, Boundaries, Climate Change, Creativity (painting & cooking classes), Dreams, Empaths, Empowerment and Confidence, Energy Medicine, Healing, and Protection, Environmental Sensitivity, High Sensation Seeking (HSS HSPs), Inner Child, Intuition, Julie and Willow, Julie Teaches and Answers HSP Questions, Leadership Sensitive Males, Meditation, Mindfulness, and Grounding, Music by HSPs, Nutrition and Health (includes Menopause), Perfectionism, Relationships and Sexuality, Self-Compassion and Self-Acceptance, Sensitive Kids and Teens, Stress, Yoga Find all the resources mentioned in this episode at www.HSPresources.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/julie-bjelland/message
Hey Midlife Mommas! We hope you are doing well and thriving.This episode of the Midlife Mommas podcast talks about seed oils, the nasty little secrets of the processed food industry. These oils, such as sunflower, safflower, canola, soybean, and grapeseed are cheap and plentiful and carry a host of health concerns. We challenge you to read product labels. The amount of products that contain this inflammatory ingredient is shocking. We take a deep dive into the health concerns that these oils introduce; we give you tips on how to avoid them and we talk about how to "get yourself back on-track" when you've had a period of poor eating. But let's be honest...and real. We are NOT saying that avoiding processed foods completely is reasonable. We all like to eat out occasionally and we all like the crunch of a good chip every now and again. The story is balance. We want to help you create a beautiful life full of foods that are alive and colorful, while still enjoying the occasional "treat". Other helpful episodes:69. Liver health61. Refueling after a break46. Everybody poops17. Detox strategiesCastor Oil Packs:https://shop.queenofthethrones.com/heymomma-cam Stay Connected!AmeliaWebsite: https://www.thehelpfulplate.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/thehelpfulplate/CamWebsite: https://www.camoyler.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/heymomma_cam/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@heymomma_camMidlife Mommas IG: https://www.instagram.com/midlife.mommas/Please share, rate, and review the podcast. We appreciate you! ❤️
Subject: women leaders navigating menopause. Menopausal challenges are what the majority of females would call an open secret: we all seem to know it, but no one talks about it. There are plenty of challenges to vocally addressing them in organizations, starting with not being reasonably considered for promotions and senior roles. Along with it comes the fear of being called "too old" for new responsibilities. So, how do women leaders navigating menopause maintain (and prove) their efficiency at work despite the rushing hormonal changes? And with the conversation on women's mental and physical anguish during menopause getting louder by the day, what can companies do to become more welcoming towards them? Tune in to this episode of the Women's Leadership Success podcast to find out. Women Leaders Navigating Menopause: WLS 118 Episode Highlights: What is Menopause? Why should men and women (even those not in menopause) care about this topic? Why do senior women have unique workplace requirements as they move through menopause? How can organizations address them? Why is it important for senior women and female founders to redefine their networks as they move through menopause? Why are senior women in menopause dropping out of the workforce? Why does every woman need a career plan in menopause? How can women increase their career health and wealth and maintain career momentum through menopause? And more! On today's Women's Leadership Success Podcast, Sabrina Braham and her guest Fiona McKay lead conversations on embracing menopause to create more equitable workplaces for women. They discuss leadership development, career growth, and personal development for senior executive women and female founders. Having undergone a severe abdominal hysterectomy, Fiona explains the extreme physical, mental, and emotional struggles senior women can experience during that period. She also shares how they could use that phase for positive self-reflection, goal-setting, and planning, treating it as a new beginning in their lives, and how companies can create better work environments and devise work methodologies that allow women to speak about their health struggles openly. Women Leaders Navigating Menopause: Fiona McKay's Interview on Navigating The Menopause Maze in The Workplace Fiona McKay is a world-renowned speaker, career and business coach for females, gender acceleration strategist, and the Founder of The Menopause Maze™, a method, and company that focuses exclusively on career acceleration for senior women. She is an award-winning entrepreneur and is recognized as one of the top 250 influencers in FemTech. Navigating The Menopause Maze in The Workplace: Show Notes Fiona talks about undergoing an abdominal hysterectomy, the aftermath of the surgery (including hot flashes), the reasons for taking up hormone replacement therapy later on, and how all of it inspired her to research menopause at work to help senior women and female founders keep their careers growing amid the challenges due to menopause. [01:34-04:34] >> What is menopause? What does it look like for Caucasian women and women of color? [04:35-05:39] >> The impact of menopause on men and why they must know its symptoms [05:41:06:35] >> What are the symptoms of menopause? How long do they keep showing? [06:38-08:09] >> How can female leaders succeed despite the challenges faced during menopause? [08:29-10:31] >> Dealing with the prejudice of being "old" after reaching menopause. [10:32-12:25] >> Rethinking your career goals and dreams during menopause: how to discover your goals, set new ones, and decide whether to move out from your current job and take up something new or continue to grow in it. [12:43-15:10] >> On women being encouraged to take lesser jobs after menopause. [15:11-17:03] >> What women should do to adjust to being in menopause. [17:04-19:47]
Do you ever just wish you could have a little coach in your pocket, answering any nutrition or fitness questions that come up to help keep you on track?? Well... welcome to Kat's Coaching Corner where I'm answering all of your burning health questions every week on IG and sharing the best ones here! Show notes: www.katspangler.com/blog/176 FB Group: https://tinyurl.com/y5pfzgyx
In today's episode, we are joined by a certified physician assistant and founder of Elevate Health and Wellness, Marrie Simpson. Marrie helps us understand the signs that come with pre-menopause and menopause. She dives into the best tests and ways to help your body through this season in life. Tune in as Marrie shares her best tips on estrogen, balancing hormones, and how to reduce stress during a difficult time like divorce. In this episode: [2:32] Marrie discusses what made her jump into functional medicine. [4:30] What is Elevate Health and Wellness? [6:37] Understanding pre-menopause and menopause. How do women balance hormones? [9:28] Are there foods that can help balance hormones? [11:22] How does alcohol impact hormones? [14:56] What are the best hormone tests to use? [18:54] What creams are safe to use for hormones? [21:05] Is estrogen by prescription only? Key Takeaways: Lifestyle changes can help balance hormones such as nutrition, getting enough sleep, lowering cortisol, and exercising. People don't make as much melatonin when stressed, which can impact sleep. Don't start using hormones without seeing someone experienced; visit a functional health doctor to determine what's best for you. Quotes: “Stress is a huge contributor to imbalance of our sex hormones, and obviously, when you're going through divorce or going through marital issues, most people are pretty stressed. And so that is going to contribute to some of the symptoms you could get. Oftentimes hormones become imbalanced, and we tend to see more estrogen dominance, meaning higher amounts of estrogen and smaller amounts of progesterone. And we really want to balance those hormones.” - Marrie Simpson “Birth control pills are the number one cause of stroke in women in their 30s and 40s.” -Marrie Simpson “I think the number one thing to do is to do foundational nutrition and lifestyle pieces. So making sure you're eating really healthy, getting whole foods in, focusing on vegetables, healthy proteins, and again movement, sleep, managing stress, all of that is very important. Because we can take 40 different supplements, but if you're not eating healthy, you're not getting movement, you're not getting good sleep; you want to get those foundations down and then get some building blocks on top of that.” - Marrie Simpson Guest Bio: I am a wife, mom, and grandma. In my free time, I enjoy spending time outdoors, swimming, biking, and hiking, and I have a love for learning. My faith and love for Jesus are the foundation of who I am, and I desire His love and wisdom to shine through in every facet of my life. For nearly thirty years, I've worked exclusively in the medical field as a Physician's Assistant. During my time as a PA, it became clear that Western Medicine was not adequately treating the deeper, underlying issues that my patients were experiencing. This left them with unsolved chronic health issues, often pain, inflammation, fatigue, difficulties losing weight, and digestive and metabolic disorders. I knew there had to be another solution. Roughly 18 years ago, I became certified in functional medicine through the Metabolic Medical Institute/A4M and took several courses from IFM and other functional and environmental platforms. Through this, I gained insight into identifying and treating the root cause of illness. Resources: Marrie Simpson ~ Functional Medicine Health Coach EWG.org - Clean Products Lesa Koski Website Lesa's Online Courses
When the nights are long, sweaty, and miserable and you have to wake to a job that is physically demanding, it can mean difficult days.Amanda, (Mandy), Linney was tired of being tired. There was nothing on the market for her to sleep in that made her perimenopausal symptoms of night sweats and hot flushes more tolerable. She decided to do something about that.When there isn't anything out there that you are looking for, why not create it yourself? This is Mandy's story of how she created the product Kavu Clothing, which was nominated as Innovative Product of 2022, and featured in Living North Magazine in the UK.LINKS TO THIS EPISODE:Sponsor - Quintella Life Coach and Mentor Website: https://quintellalifecoachandmentor.com/Mandy's Website: kavuclothing.comDON'T FORGET... when at checkout for your website, use the coupon code FUN for your special listener discount.Mandy on Instagram: kavuclothingMandy's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/menopausenights(It can also be found by just searching Kavu Clothing on FB)Join my Beautiful Second Act Membership! CLICK THE LINK HERE to join.Beautiful Second Act Facebook GroupBeautiful Second Act Instagram: beautiful_second_actThanks for listening. To support this show, please Subscribe if on Apple, or Follow from Spotify, or any other platform you listen from. Leaving a RATING, or a REVIEW would be much appreciated. It helps others to find the show.Much love,Patti
Hannah Charman first became interested in alternative medicine when she was 15 after seeing various therapists who helped her recover from chronic fatigue syndrome. She trained in Reiki at the age of 16 and began helping with treatments at her parent's practice.She graduated in 1999 with a degree in western herbal medicine and has been in practice ever since. More recently Hannah has incorporated health coaching, iridology and hypnotherapy into her programmes, so that she can help clients with the physical and emotional aspects at the same time. She is dedicated to helping women who can't or don't want to take HRT, get happily through menopause.Hannah lives in Shropshire, UK with her partner and young son. In her spare time she loves exploring the countryside, horse riding, and gardening. Useful Linkswww.physichealth.ukHannah Charman | LinkedInNatural Menopause UK | Groups | LinkedInNatural Menopause UK | Facebook To learn more about plants & your health from Colleen at LabAroma check out this informative PDF https://mailchi.mp/2fe0e426b244/osw1lg2dkh Disclaimer: The information presented in this podcast is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace professional medical advice. Please consult your doctor if you are in need of medical care, and before making any changes to your health routine.
Follow Elizabeth on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/menopausedietplan/Get her book here: https://amzn.to/3h03WlBWatch the video on joint pain and menopause here: https://youtu.be/J3soH57W1AUI was joined by Elizabeth Ward, a registered dietitian and co-author of The Menopause Diet Plan as we discussed all things joint pain, menopause, and food! She answered: What's the most surprising thing you've found in the research around menopause?Is dairy something to avoid? Should gluten be avoided? What is the best thing to focus on when it comes to weight loss and menopause?Rules of thumb for the amount of foods to be eating Food is so incredibly important when it comes to managing joint pain related to osteoarthritis. Menopause can actually trigger joint pain as well due to decreasing estrogen levels. It is so important to place priority not just on food but on exercise as well! //Adventuring with Osteoarthritis Resources:Kicking off your Own Arthritis Adventure:If you are ready to begin your own journey to overcoming osteoarthritis, you've come to the right place!Join my online course, The Arthritis Adventure Blueprint, which gives you a step by step plan on how to make your active lifestyle possible again without being limited by joint pain.Learn more by clicking hereFree Arthritis Resources:Where to Start: Knee Arthritis GuideWhere to Start: Hip Arthritis GuideFollow me on social media: > My website> Join my Private Facebook Group> Follow me on Instagram> Subscribe to my YouTube channelPost 4 pins scheduled for the next 4 days
If you need a good laugh and a little levity, tune into this episode, where Wendy and Sarah share the list of “Pet Peeves” that they've been accumulating together over the last year, including petty yet universal annoyances like the perpetual “goaty” smell of dishtowels and empty ice cube trays left in the freezer, but also inexplicable, less rational irritants like mimes (in general, in person or on screen), books about the Great Depression or riding trains and anything “curated, artisanal or bespoke.” There's something in this episode for everyone (if nothing else, you'll feel better about your own cortisol jacking pet peeves, promise!) Join Wendy and Sarah for a fun conversation about the small things that drive them crazy in midlife. We don't think you'll regret it. For free tools and resources for making change around alcohol, burnout, or midlife, visit: www.wendymccallum.com/learn-with-wendy
This episode is Hormones 101 and just the beginning to a month long of content to help you as WOMEN!! What is disrupting your hormones? We want to spark your desire to look into things… what is affecting your body? How you feel, your weight, your libido, your monthly cycle, your sleep, your energy, all of it is tied to your hormones! Your body's chemical messengers! Insulin, cortisol, melatonin, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone are just a few of your hormones! Balancing them to the best of your ability is key to feeling great! Begin to eliminate environmental toxins- these outside factors affect the inside of the body. Move your body for natural hormones….DO strength training ….Build muscle mass Reducing sugars Reduce carbohydrates that turn to sugar in the body Improve sleep so your body can clean and be restored. Give it a little time!! When you start with smart supplementation and exercise you have an assimilation process. Patience and Consistency when you want to see what your body is going to do. Just taking birth control is not the answer alone! Want to begin detoxing your home, body, and products? Watch this: BEGINNERS BLUEPRINT FOR NATURAL LIVING Here are all of the classes on thewellteam.com https://www.thewellteam.com/classes Use essential oils to balance the hormones in the body as well…. Take a xenoestrogen detoxifier like the complex we talk about in the episode or essential oils like ylang yang, clary sage, or a blend like Clary Calm. Message us if you'd like sample. http://bit.ly/SampleRequestfromthewellteam! Join our WELL Facebook group for more support and encouragement to refill daily with faith, self care, health and wellness! Follow me on Insta FREE morning routine guide thewellteam.com/morningroutine Essential oils- thewellteam.com/essentialoils Email firstname.lastname@example.org Want to talk? Kari's coaching will help you combat overwhelm and exhaustion to design a life you love through faith, self care, holistic health and habits you love! www.calendly.com/karidaviscoaching for a connection call to see if coaching with Kari is a good fit for you!
In this episode of GRUFFtalk, host Barbara Hannah Grufferman welcomes Dr. Margaret Nachtigall to the show to talk through the latest research about how hot flashes can contribute to dementia and other forms of cognitive functioning issues, and the steps women can take to mitigate the risks. This episode is a follow-up to a recent episode (Episode 24) where they discussed the connection between hot flashes and the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, based on the latest research from the North American Menopause Society (NAMS). They also review other new research that women in midlife should know about. Dr. Margaret is a reproductive endocrinologist at NYU Langone Health and is the Medical Director of Menopause Cheat Sheet, a free weekly newsletter Barbara and Dr. Margaret publish in partnership to help women navigate life before, during, and after menopause. Connect with Barbara: Love Your Age: The Small-Step Solution to a Better, Longer, Happier Life Barbara Hannah Grufferman website Instagram @Barbara Hannah Grufferman Facebook @BarbaraHannahGruffermanAuthor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we have another AMAZING guest—who is a very good friend of mine—Stephanie Fusnik. I had SO much fun recording this. Stephanie is someone who I would consider to be a menopause master and I wanted to get Steph on here because so much of our client base and most of my following is women. Obviously, there is a level of relatability and understanding that I won't have surrounding menopause and female issues as it pertains to weight loss, so I wanted to get a female on the show who is an expert in this area so that you can walk away with a ton of value. Steph and I had a great conversation around menopause, perimenopause, and the misconceptions that people have around those issues. Steph went DEEP and broke things down in a way that guys are going to get a ton of great information. I have a feeling you all will really enjoy this episode! WATCH this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/bBOvv12MP8c CONNECT WITH STEPHANIE: ‣ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sfusnik ‣ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vitalityoet.stephanie ‣ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stephfusnik ‣ Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/969761266958379 FREEBIES & SPECIAL OFFERS: ‣ Special Coaching Offer calendar link for only podcast listeners: https://calendly.com/connoryoungman_/application-call-from-the-podcast ‣ Join my free Facebook group & get all my trainings: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fatlosssimplified ‣ Get my [Free] Fat Loss Check-list Course: https://bit.ly/FatLossCheckList ‣ The best supplements for weight loss video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfjByg4Zr_Y ‣ Get FREE shipping on 1st Phorm Supplements: https://1stphorm.com/?a_aid=realjaredhamilton ‣ Use promo code HAMILTONTRAINED for 20% off at: https://www.flexpromeals.com FIND ME ON: ‣ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realjaredhamilton ‣ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/jaredhamilton ‣ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@realjaredhamilton ‣ Email: email@example.com ---- Post-Production by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org © 2022 Jared Hamilton --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dietingfromtheinsideout/support
Esther Blum is an integrative registered dietitian and specializes in peri-menopuase and menopause. She just released another very important book, See Ya Later, Ovulator! As a menopause expert for 27 years, Esther has helped women master menopause through hormones, nutrition, and self-advocay. Tune in this week to learn about female hormones, peri-menopuase and menopause, along with: [2:55]- Waitlist is open for the second round of Finding Nutritional Peace beginning January 2023! You can find more info and get on the waitlist here. If you are on the waitlist, you will be provided with a discount code when enrollment opens. [8:09]- How Esther Blum became a dietitian, then turned to integrative nutrition teaching with her dietetics license [17:01]- What are peri-menopause and menopause? [20:29]- The connection between brain fog and bloating to peri-menopause and menopause [25:43]- How is PCOS affected by an imbalance of hormones? [28:30]- Where should women start with testing their hormones? [34:35]- The use of the Dutch Test and what deficiencies it checks for [40:28]- Why are women noticing weight gain in their late 40s/ early 50s and how to reverse this [[49:30]- Why keto works short term, but eventually your body needs smart carbs again! [53:49]- Discussing the theory of “you can only absorb 30 grams of protein per meal anyways” [55:29]- Esther's thoughts on intermittent fasting and berberine for blood sugar and blood sugar dysregulation Special thanks to Real Good Foods for sponsoring this week's podcast episode! Real Good Foods is a frozen food company that uses real food ingredients to make people's favorite meals more nutritious. Use the link here and code Shana20 to receive 20% off your order. FOR MORE INFORMATION FROM ESTHER BLUM: Website: https://estherblum.com/ Instagram: @gorgeousesther Access Esther's Books: See Ya Later, Ovulator! FOLLOW ME ON: Instagram: @shana.hussin.rdn Facebook: Fast To Heal With Shana Hussin Website: https://www.fasttoheal.info/ ADDITIONAL LINKS: BE ON THE PODCAST by emailing email@example.com and sharing your story of how Fast to Heal Services have changed your life! ENROLL IN FAST TRACK, my monthly membership program for onging learning, support, and accountability. GRAB YOUR COPY of the Fast To Heal Recipe book with 85 low-carb, whole food recipes that are simple to prepare! GET YOUR FREE STARTING GUIDES that will set you well on your way toward a low-carb lifestyle of timed eating! SCHEDULE A PERSONALIZED SESSION if you are stuck in a rut, or suffer from a stubborn case of obesity, Type 2 diabetes, or metabolic illness. JUMPSTART your fasting and low-carb protocol by enrolling in my 10-Day Hormone Healing Jumpstart! ENROLL in Metabolic Makeover, my STARTER COURSE to find your fasting method, implement therapeutic carb restriction, and learn how to bust through weight and health stalls. I provide 4-Week Personalized Protocols with fasting/timed eating and therapeutic carb restriction recommendations for you to get immersed in a low-insulin lifestyle!
Are men's and women's brains different? You're going to want to listen to this episode to find out what's actually not obvious. And you're also going to want to know how midlife plays a big role in this whole brain thing. When we say things are not all in your head, they kind of are lol. Tune in and listen to this episode and remember to check back every Tuesday for a new episode here on the Air Hug Community podcast where we talk about all things related to mid-life including the good the bad the ugly and all the emotions that come along. Thank you for listening. Check back each Tuesday for a new episode. Follow me on Instagram contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgJudyarazoza.com
In this week's archive episode from June 2021, Stefanie talks to founder of the Menopause Hub, Loretta Dignam. They discuss the process of menopause and some of the 40 different symptoms which can be experienced throughout. They talk about some of the treatments available including Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) and how ignoring menopause can impact your long term health. But don't worry, as Loretta says - it's not all doom and gloom! You can support Stefanie and the show on HeadStuff+ Follow Stefanie on Instagram @StefaniePreissner Thanks to Cathal O'Gara for our artwork and our music is from Only Ruin. This episode of Basically is sponsored by Humdinger Mortgages. Feel free to check them out at humdingermortgages.ie Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Iron deficiency is by far the most common nutrient deficiency among women, but the chances of being low in this VIP mineral increase in perimenopause. And as Maryann Jacobsen RD and I discuss, you don't have to be clinically anemic to feel the effects of low iron. We discuss why ferritin isn't the only measure we need to be paying attention to in our bloodwork, why the reference values for ferritin may be too low and the symptoms that women in midlife should be on the lookout for. Learn more about Maryann on her website, on Medium and on Instagram.Looking for a place to learn more about midlife, menopause nutrition and intuitive eating? The Midlife Feast Community membership is now open, and we'd love to welcome you to our community. For more information about how I can help you feast on midlife, visit my website.
In this episode I welcome Lisa Wittenberg, registered dietician nutritionist to my exam room. She answered all of my and my listener's questions relating to menopause and vitamins/supplements. What is important to supplement as we age? How can we prevent osteoporosis? What will help me sleep better, decrease my hot flashes, or help my irritability? Can the menopausal mid-body fat be prevented or decreased in size? Listen and get the answers to all of these questions and much more.
When entrepreneur Mary Beth Schell's dancewear business succumbed to online competition, she made the decision to transition into a service model venture, but what would that be? It was suggested that she look into cryotherapy, as it was all the rage in Europe. After extensive research and a leap of faith, Mary Beth took the risk to launch a very successful full-service cryotherapy center.Her journey has not only made her life more fulfilling, but Mary Beth built a business which helps people feel and look their best and an environment that created a sense of community within the walls of her enterprise. In this episode Mary Beth and I discuss:PBM or red light therapy - used by NASA for years - unlocks oxidative stress - increases endorphins and melatoninInfrared saunas to combine with cryotherapy for great results - called fire and iceMuscle and Joint Pain ReliefIncreased Blood CirculationRestoration of Motion to JointsNerve Pain Relief and RegenerationTemporary Relief of Pain Associated with ArthritisImprovement of Skin Appearance and TextureImmune System BoostIncreased Energy LevelsEnhancement in Brain HealthCell Regeneration and Enhanced Tissue RepairCryotherapy affects the circulatory system and stimulates the vagus nerve and creates a feeling of wellbeingMuscle and joint pain reliefOptimize sleep and recoveryRegain your natural energyEnhance your natural skin glowIncrease metabolism and burn caloriesReduce InflammationPubMed is a great resource for studies to research anything medical/health related - check out the data on cryotherapy and red light (PBM) therapyhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Mary Beth also recommends checking out Rhonda Patrick, PhD for more information about the benefits of infrared saunasComing soon! Infusion and injection therapies - hydration, Vitamin C, Zinc, NAD Plus, glutathione - better absorption than oral therapiesBody sculpting - Cryoskin - puck technology for fat loss through heat and cold and apoptosis through the lymphatic systemToning facials - cryofacial that also uses heat and cold Check out Mary Beth's business at https://icryo.com/Follow Asking for a Friend on Social media outlets:https://www.instagram.com/askingforafriend_pod/https://www.facebook.com/askforafriendpod/Please provide a review and share. This helps us grow!
Today is a special episode, because my mentor, the woman who coached me through my coaching training, Susan Clinton, is joining us! Susan Clinton is a board certified women's health physical therapist, a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapy, and a board certified health and wellness coach - to name just a few of her hats! She is also a Master Coach for the Integrative Women's Health Institute, hence why she ended up being my coach and mentor! In today's episode, Susan and I are discussing endometriosis and menopause - and how to experience a better one! In this episode we discuss: The difference between natural menopause and surgically or medically induced menopause. Myth-busting the lie that endo doesn't affect those in menopause and the research on early menopause and endo. How menopause can affect endometriosis symptoms, plus the general symptoms that can occur with menopause. How to improve your experience of menopause and reduce your symptoms. This isn't a topic we've ever covered before on the show, but it's certainly worth learning about now so you're prepared and informed! Show Notes Susan's website: www.embody-pt.com Susan's email: email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/susan.c.clinton and https://www.facebook.com/EmbodyPhysio Twitter: https://twitter.com/SClintonPT Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sclintonpt/ and embodypt Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/susancclinton/ Co-Host of the 5 star Podcast: Tough To Treat www.toughtotreat.com - A Physio's guide to treating the complex patient Co-Host of the Vlog: The Genius Project www.thegeniusptproject - reframing the treatment of persistent musculoskeletal pain. Cofounder and Inaugural Board of Directors of the Foundation: Global Womens Health Initiative: www.gwhi.org Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website. This episode is produced by Ora Podcasts. Ora provides audio editing, management and other services to make podcasting simple and sustainable for their clients. Health coaches, nutritionists, mediums, personal trainers, tarot readers, teachers, or just those striving for a better world, Ora can help you start and maintain your podcast. Get in touch today. This episode is sponsored by BeYou Cramp Relief Patches. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk/pages/how-it-works
For a better sex life and overall health in menopause, tap into what makes you happy. In this episode, Dr. Anna Cabeca talks about how we can empower our bodies to breeze through this time period of menopause into the second spring of our lives by making some lifestyle changes, including intermittent fasting, no snacking, getting enough protein, and movement. Dr. Anna Cabeca is a triple-board-certified OB-GYN who helps women take charge of their health and wellness by arming them with the information, insights, products, and programs that empower them to live happier, healthier lives. Throughout her decades-long career, Dr. Anna has worked with thousands of women one-on-one to help them understand and improve their health and manage their hormones. She is committed to supporting women so that they can thrive physically, emotionally, sexually, and even spiritually as they go through the natural, inevitable, and beautiful life shift of menopause. "Menopause is mandatory, but suffering is optional." In this episode, you will learn the following: What actually occurs in a woman's body during menopause The role of insulin resistance in hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms Ways to increase oxytocin levels, which can improve menopausal symptoms and overall health. Links and Resources Join FASTer Way at www.fasterwaytofatloss.com Don't forget to check out fasterwayshop.com Connect with Dr. Anna Follow Dr. Anna on Instagram
I am a HUGE fan of mindset work and I deeply believe that it plays a significant role in what you do and what you don't do. That being said, there are things other than our thoughts that can influence how we feel emotionally. Hello, hormones! In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I talk about how our biochemistry can influence our mindset AND how our mindset can mess with our chemistry. You can listen here: https://graceandgrit.com/podcast-303/ **** Looking for more support? Join me in the Rumble & Rise arena at https://graceandgrit.com/readytorumble **** Are you loving the Grace & Grit Podcast? Leave a Review: http://bit.ly/GGPReview It's time to make MIDLIFE Magic. Grab your Midlife Magic Quickstart Guide here https://graceandgrit.com/midlifemagic Looking for more Grace & Grit? Visit https://graceandgrit.com/
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