A type of ovulation cycle where the endometrium is shed if pregnancy does not occur
Jennifer Eden is the visionary founder and CEO of Tampon Tribe, a company at the forefront of sustainable and organic personal care. With over 33 years in media, sales, marketing, and communication, Jennifer has established herself as a formidable leader and entrepreneur. Beginning her career in Australia and China as a live news anchor, journalist, and broadcaster, she mastered the skill of quick decision-making under pressure. Her entrepreneurial spirit shone when she founded, grew, and successfully exited two businesses in Beijing, showcasing her ability to lead marketing teams from inception to profitability. Jennifer's efforts were recognized when she was named MarCom Director of the Year by Women in Business in Asia. A graduate of Charles Sturt University with a triple major in economics, politics, and sociology, her academic achievements have significantly contributed to her diverse expertise and strategic approach in business. At Tampon Tribe, Jennifer's commitment to sustainable business practices has led to remarkable success. The company, known for its zero-plastic, completely organic products, has achieved an average annual growth rate of 483%, underscoring Jennifer's adeptness in blending ethical responsibility with entrepreneurial success. Her skills in problem-solving and ability to pivot swiftly complement her extensive experience in leading effective teams across various business functions. Jennifer Eden's journey from a newsroom to the boardroom of a high-growth sustainable business is not only a story of professional triumph but also a narrative of inspiring change toward a more sustainable and environmentally conscious world. Jennifer has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Cheddar TV, and as an ex-news anchor and TV reporter, is an expert on camera and loves working live. She is also a keynote speaker and impact business leader. Make sure to check out Tampon Tribe. Remarkable Quote: “The impact we have and the true meaning behind the business is really what keeps me going.” Find Us Online! Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn
Congreso Deporte y Mujeres Ciclo Menstrual y como afecta deportistas con Rocío Cupeiro profesora Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Congreso Deporte y Mujeres Ciclo Menstrual y como afecta deportistas con Rocío Cupeiro profesora Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Congreso Deporte y Mujeres Ciclo Menstrual y como afecta deportistas con María Blanco preparadora física de Osasuna y ex jugadora
Congreso Deporte y Mujeres Ciclo Menstrual y como afecta deportistas con María Blanco preparadora física de Osasuna y ex jugadora
Here's the deal, you can do anything in any phase of your cycle. It's not about limitations. But it's more about understanding how each phase of the cycle impacts each player of the team. Let me give you an example.. Menstrual phase, for instance where your body and mind will prefer more reflective communication and group discussions might feel a little bit overwhelming. Consider different types of communication methods during this phase such as written updates using tools with your team (i.e., Slack, WhatsApp) or emails. Follicular phase wherein your energy levels rise and team meetings feel less like obligations and more like a creative brainstorming party. Leverage this phase by using video calls or in-person meetings to catch up on tasks and other things that you can communicate with your team. Get that creative vibe flowing and make the most out of this energetic phase. Now, when your confidence hits its peak, that's how you know that the ovulatory phase is kicking in. Important meetings? Schedule them now. As the energy starts to decline during the luteal phase, communication may naturally become more focused and detail-oriented. Your team members may prefer clear and concise information. To navigate this phase effectively, provide clear instructions for tasks and projects. It's beneficial to schedule check-ins for progress updates, ensuring that everyone is on the same page and addressing any concerns promptly. When you tailor your communication and collaboration strategies to align with the natural rhythms of your team members, I promise, it'll be a game changer both for you and your team. Ready to learn more? Join me in this episode as I share: Understanding team member cycles and its impact on communication How phases impact brainstorming and collaborating Leveraging your cycle for impactful decision-making Matching tasks with the right cycle phases Essential self-care strategies for leaders Tips on effective task delegation that actually work If this episode inspired you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening on your device and post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag me, @renaefieck.
Today's episode is for you if - like me - you long to feel more calm, rested, peaceful and grounded throughout your days. Both because it feels better, but also because you know the gold that lies in this state of restedness; for your health, your relationships, your worklife, and your leadership.Our guest is Tracee Stanley, the author of the bestselling book Radiant Rest, and the recently published The Luminous Self. She is a post-lineage yoga teacher, inspired by more than 20 years of study, and she's devoted to sharing the wisdom of yoga nidra, rest, meditation, self-inquiry, nature as a teacher, and ancestor reverence.We chat about how to set up a practice that allows for rest inside a mainstream culture that says we're not worthy unless you're pushing through; whether that's pushing through grief, illness, exhaustion or menstruation and menopause. Through it all, Tracee illuminates how deep rest, peace and truth are our birthright.We explore:The importance of unveiling the messages we received about the value of rest from our parents and ancestral lineage; particularly for Black, Brown and Indigenous people.How the practice of Yoga Nidra is a way to know our true self, as well as a powerful act of rebellion in a culture that wants us to keep endlessly grindingThe story of Mataji - a female yoga teacher in her 90s, who was famous for never sleeping, and became one of the first people to teach the wisdom of yoga nidra. ---Registration is opening tonight for our 2024 Menstruality Leadership Programme. You can explore the curriculum here: https://www.menstrualityleadership.com---The Menstruality Podcast is hosted by Red School. We love hearing from you. To contact us, email firstname.lastname@example.org---Social media:Red School: @redschool - https://www.instagram.com/red.schoolSophie Jane Hardy: @sophie.jane.hardy - https://www.instagram.com/sophie.jane.hardy
Join Chloe (https://www.instagram.com/chloeskerlak) and I as she talks about how she feels during the different seasons of her cycle, what her Menarche experience was like, how a trip to Colombia taught her how sacred menstrual blood is, her favourite rituals with her blood, how she embraces and honours her menstrual time, and advice for other menstruators. In This Episode: * How Chloe connected to the seasons of her cycle (04:23) * Chloe's Menarche (09:28) * When Chloe realised how sacred her menstrual blood is (14:29) * Different rituals Chloe will do with her menstrual blood (16:59) * Chloe's favourite rituals to honour her menstrual time (31:48) * A ritual Chloe encourages all young menstruators to do (38:09) Get the full complete show notes, here: https://www.wellsome.com/podcast/ FREE LOVE YOUR CYCLE DOWNLOAD: https://www.subscribepage.com/love-your-cycle MENSTRUAL CYCLE MEMBERSHIP - WELL WOMAN ACADEMY: https://www.wellsome.com/academy/ LOVE YOUR CYCLE FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/loveyourcyclesisterhood/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wellsome_jemalee/ WEBSITE: https://www.wellsome.com/ HELP US SPREAD OUR PODCAST WINGS This show is a passion project that I produce for the love of spreading menstrual cycle awareness for free. If you enjoy this show, help us reach more menstruators. The most effective way you can help is: 1. Subscribe to the show by clicking “subscribe” in iTunes 2. Write us a review in iTunes 3. Share this show with a friend, right now! 4. Screenshot and share via social media - don't forget to tag me @wellsome_jemalee Simple yes, but you'd be AMAZED at how much it helps this passion project reach more people. iTunes' algorithm uses ratings and review to know who to show our show to in their app. Review here on iTunes. In love & abundance! Jema
The preteen and teenage years are taxing and have become increasingly difficult for a multitude of reasons. This is a part of the patient population that pediatricians really worry about. Part of the angst of this time of life has always been the changes that occur to kids' bodies as they grow – particularly for young girls. This experience is different as they experience menarche, the onset of menstruation, which can be both psychologically and physically challenging. Menstrual irregularities are very common, occurring in an estimated 14% to 25% of all women of childbearing age. Many gynecologic conditions diagnosed during childhood require treatment that extends into adulthood and it's hard to stay abreast of all the new therapies and hormonal management strategies of menstruation. “When you can really connect with a teen who is so vulnerable so has just been struggling that recognizes that this is normal, that they are not alone, and that we can help, that's pretty great,” Tricia Huguelet, MD, says. Today we are joined Dr. Huguelet, a pediatric and adolescent gynecologist at Children's Hospital Colorado. While she didn't always plan for this career route, she developed a love for pediatrics from an early age. She fondly reflects on her memories going on rounds with her father who was a pediatrician focusing on pediatric infectious disease. Combining her love for children with her passion for surgery, she has become the section chief of pediatric and adolescent gynecology at Children's Colorado, as well as a faculty member in the OBGYN department at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. “When I discovered that not only could I do reproductive care for women but then specifically focus in kids and teens it was a no brainer that that was where I was going to focus my time,” Dr. Huguelet says. Dr. Huguelet explains how menstrual abnormalities are not just physically demanding, but can create a strain on mental health. “I mean I've had patients with bleeding disorders who we send letters to school and they still aren't excused. So just the embarrassment over that and day to day life when you don't want to talk about it, you certainly don't want to show it, has a tremendously negative impact,” Dr. Huguelet says. Some highlights from this episode include: Most common menstrual abnormalities in children How to normalize these conversations between kids and parents Management and treatment of these abnormalities Mental health impacts from menstruation abnormalities For more information on Children's Colorado, visit: childrenscolorado.org
Jessica is back for another episode! She also joined me on The Studio Chat Podcast for episode 7. Go and check it out if you have not downloaded it yet.Jessica is a qualified Master Clinical Aromatherapist with specialisations in Aromatherapy for Ante and PostNatal Care and Aromatherapy for Menopausal Women; and the creator behind Aromathérapie Co, a devoted instagram sharing all things aromatherapy and holistic wellness.Jessica was on birth control for 15+ years. When she started thinking about coming off the pill she was getting no clear answers and was trying to find information and answers. No one was really telling her anything, so she took things into her own hands by doing her own research. She shares with us her journey and how it felt and looked like coming off the pill. She synced her nutrition, exercise and essential oils to help with the symptoms she was having and to help balance her hormones.We talk about:- Do you track your period? - When not to go jeans shopping- Basal body temperature method- Jessica & I share our personal stories with our cycles- Inner critic/mindset thoughts related to your phase- Fluid retention & hormone levels - Tracking your emotions is a good place to startWe talk about the 4 phases and what they look like:- Menstrual phase- Follicular phase- Ovulation phase- Luteal phaseIf you would like to have a copy of Jessica's Ebook- the one we talk about throughout this episode, click on the link below: Essential Oils for your Menstrual Cycle | Nourishing your menstrual cycle naturallyhttps://stan.store/aromatherapieco/p/essential-oils-for-your-menstrual-cycle-4yjzxIf you would like to contact Jessica you can reach out to her on:Instagram: @aromatherapie_coWebsite: https://www.aromatherapieco.comSupport the show
En este episodio nos adentramos a los basics que tienes que conocer de tu ciclo menstrual para empezar a tener una mejor relación contigo y tus hormonas. Saber que pasa en tu cuerpo te ayuda a saber que necesitas para cuidar mejor de ti, entender que a veces son tus hormonas running the show vs tu estando loca es algo que como mujeres nos da mucha paz, llevar un registro de tu ciclo y poder predecir esos espacios y mejor aún hacerlos mas average en vez de que sean de pico a pico es lo ideal. Acompañame a platicar con Edith Nájera Elizondo de este mundo increible que reside en nosotras. Ella es Nutrióloga basada en el ciclo menstrual y hormonas, con Master en nutrición clínica y Salud hormonal de la mujer. Además de distintos certificados y diplomados relacionados con el deporte, embarazo, alimentación basada en plantas y sistema endocanabinoido. Creadora de @wellnessfirstmx y su método exclusivo donde se conecta tu alimentación, productividad y ejercicio en base a ciclo hormonal / menstrual. www.wellnessfirst.mx @wellnessfirstmx +52 81 3246 6082 Cupón 10% consuta: HIJASDELALUNA
Si te apetece conocerte más en base al baile o vaivén hormonal ( Hormona progesterona, estrógenos, FSH y LH ) que se produce en las cuatro fases del ciclo ( menstrual, folicular, ovulatoria y lútea o premenstrual ) y conocer que tipo de entrenamiento y alimentación te interesaría seguir para disminuir el síndrome premenstrual o sintomatología asociada tal como : Inflamación, hinchazón, dolor, acné, cambios de humor, irritabilidad, estado anímico bajito... Este podcast es para ti ! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/amanda-vergara-pardo/message
Welcome back to the HealED Podcast! In this episode, we dive deep into a topic that affects nearly every woman's life: PERIODS. We are joined by a special guest, Cynthia Donovan, a registered dietitian and Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (HA) expert. She shares her personal experience with HA and offers invaluable insights into understanding and managing missing periods. Menstrual health is not something that is often discussed and unfortunately lacks awareness. I hope you will love this podcast as much as I did! You can find Cynthia on Instagram and TikTok at @periodnutritionist or visit her website, periodnutritionist.com. Interested in working with The Balanced Practice Team? Check out our services here: www.thebalancedpractice.com Follow @the.balanced.practice on Instagram
In episode 553, James and Mike get Jen Potter back to talk about the last option we have for heavy menstrual bleeding – tranexamic acid. We talk about how it compares to placebo, NSAIDs, progestins and levonorgestrel intrauterine devices and go over all the numbers for benefits and harms. And then as always, we put everything into clinical context. Show notes 1) How to Slow the Flow III: Tranexamic acid for heavy menstrual bleeding Tools for Practice 2) Updated Simplified Lipid Guideline 2023 Canadian Family Physician October 2023, 69 (10) 675-686; DOI: https://doi.org/10.46747/cfp.6910675 3) CFPC Learn
Takeaways from this episode: Endometriosis and fibroids with a focus on community and advocacy. Hysterectomies and reproductive health for black women. Endometriosis, fibroids, IVF, infertility, endometriosis surgeries, double uterus, and fertility treatments. Women's reproductive health and advocating for oneself. Menstrual cycle awareness and self-care. Dr. Lj Johnson the Wholistic Endo Expert, specializes in endometriosis and hormones and has worked in the women's health and wellness industry for over 20 years while overcoming her diagnosis of endometriosis. Lj's passion is to empower, motivate, and educate all women so they too can have the quality of life they deserve despite their symptoms or diagnosis. https://www.ljspowerhouse.org/ Mrs. La-Anna Douglas is a Women's Advocate, Published Model, Influencer, Writer, and Motivational Speaker. La-Anna understands that her platform, HopeStillStands, is bigger than her. La-Anna has made it her life's mission to share her experiences with fertility struggles, sexual abuse, depression and reproductive health issues. La-Anna has been married to the love of her life, Tim, for 19 years. She is the proud Mom to two Miracle Daughters, Olivia and Aniyah, after going through a total of 16 years of infertility along with secondary infertility. La-Anna has continued to share her story of being diagnosed with 2 Uteruses, 2 Cervixes called a Didelphys Uterus, Endometriosis, Fibroids, and PCOS. La-Anna does not let her past dictate her future by God's Grace. Her purpose is to ignite Hope and to use her voice for women as well as young girls who may be suffering in silence. @Hopestillstands Sandra Elidor is an entrepreneur. She is an author, speaker, coach, a mentor, and an Influencer/ Content Creator. In addition, she is the owner of Parenting Plug, which is a platform that provides educational tips, disciplining tips, and coaching to parents. Parenting Plug's primary focus is to teach parents how to educate their children. We believe “ Parents are the First Teachers.” Her main goal is to help women learn and understand their purpose in the mists of their pain. She believes women should unite and find comfort with one another. Filling Empty Wombs (FEW) offer support, advocacy, financial assistance, and education for couples living with infertility or miscarriage. We offer support groups and other ways to connect. We help you find your voice through sisterhood. We should not suffer in silence. Filling Empty Wombs, “FEW” is the voice for others until they find their own voice. www.fillingemptywombs.org --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wholisticendoexpert/support
Menstrual health is closely linked to overall socioeconomic development and is crucial to empowerment. This is a challenge everywhere but especially in rural India, where women there face several menstrual challenges, ranging from lack of access to sanitary products to inadequate hygiene practices and lack of proper nutrition. Snehal Pawar, Project Manager at Ujaas, a menstrual health initiative of the Aditya Birla Education Trust, speaks to All Indians Matter.
This Halloween might be turning Boo's into Brrrrs and Lizz is not prepared to dress her summer babe for the chilly — and chilling — night. Kelly is finishing joke training with George and looking forward to some laughs one way or another. → Calling all RAV4 drivers! Kelly and Lizz would love for you to hop on over to the reviews, leave yours, and share what you love about the show. Don't forget to shout out your ride when you do. If you've ever been audacious enough to take a walk with your phone you might find today's millennial word of the day relatable. ‘Silent walking' is the new trend amongst Gen Zers who are finding they could use, as Kelly puts it, a little alone time with the noggin'. In reel talk with Lizz and driveway dumps Vera Bradley is coming back and Kelly and Lizz are fascinated by correlations between Menstrual cycles and ugly eras. Homemade baked goods are Kelly's base model luxury of choice this week. Her eggless blueberry muffins were a morning delight. She'll be messing up her already messy kitchen for time and time again. Fast lane philosophy brings you an update from Kelly on the four-hour work week along with her thoughts on everyone creating an online course. Today's advice segment includes listener questions about repeating family names and purchasing used rental vehicles. Kelly shares some crucial red flags to look for on Carfax and AutoCheck reports such as accidents where airbags deployed, situations where vehicles were towed, and recurring issues after an accident. Today's episode is brought to you by Zocdoc. When you're struggling to find a doctor who takes your insurance near you, try Zocdoc. Zocdoc helps you find expert doctors and medical professionals that specialize in the care you need. Book an appointment in no time. With Zoc, you have a trusted guide to connect you to your favorite doctor you just haven't met yet. Millions of people have used Zocdoc's free app, to find and book a patient-reviewed doctor in their neighborhood. → Head over to zocdoc.com/carpool to download the app and book a top-rated doctor today. Many are available within 24 hours. In industry news, the best vehicles for doomsday include the Jeep Wrangler, Hummer, and Subaru Outback — and Lizz is ready to auto-prep. The Mazda CX 70 two-row midsize crossover is on the way. And 20 electric cars are now selling below sticker price. A final Blake's besties honors Elizabeth's baby Lily, Megan's baby Feisty Fluff, Sarah's babies Harper and Mason, and Jessica's baby Nora Grace. Kelly and Lizz read the names of every baby whose story was shared this month and celebrate so much love while sending hugs out to all of the mama's who have experienced loss. → To share your ditch the drive-through recipe with us, call (959) CAR-POOL and leave us a message! → Do you have a story to share about your little one who was gone too soon? Send Kelly and Lizz your pregnancy memories at email@example.com → Write in your icks and ask for advice! Send Kelly and Lizz an email to get your question featured on the show at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the Carpool Podcast on IG Follow the Carpool Podcast on YouTube Follow Kelly on IG Follow Lizz on IG Visit thecarmomofficial.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this seriously witchy Halloween episode, Katie and Sugar discuss the concept of being a witch and how everyone has the potential to tap into their own magic. They explore different ways to embrace and enhance one's witchiness. From casting spells with your words, to sex magic, and even period rituals, prepare to be enchanted by their conversation and discover your own inner witch. 00:01:24 Tap into your inner witch through pleasure. 00:08:25 Embrace your inner witchiness with pleasure practices. 00:18:03. Menstrual blood for rituals for empowerment. 00:21:31 Pleasure is available through the senses. 00:23:46 Embrace your inner witch. Complimentary Sexual Satisfaction Session with Sugar This is your opportunity to get coaching/advice from us around your confidence, pleasure and sex life. If you're ready to boost confidence, accelerate pleasure and reignite your sex life, book a session. Visit https://calendly.com/pleasurepositive/pleasure-positive-discovery-call to book a time that works best for you. Support the Show Patreon | https://www.patreon.com/ClitTalkConfidential Download our free audio training: The Ultimate NO BS Guide to Self Pleasure & Sexual Intimacy
In episode 553, James and Mike get Jen Potter back to talk about the last option we have for heavy menstrual bleeding – tranexamic acid. We talk about how it compares to placebo, NSAIDs, progestins and levonorgestrel intrauterine devices and go over all the numbers for benefits and harms. And then as always, we put […]
En este episodio abordamos un tema importante y a menudo ignorado: la pobreza menstrual. Para entender mejor esta problemática y conocer las diferentes soluciones nos acompaña Alejandro Antonucci, Director de Comunicación Corporativa de Always. Si este tema resonó con vos síguenos en nuestras redes sociales para continuar la conversación: @entrenosotrascr@erickamorera @marcia__cr
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Dr Glenn McConell chats with Professor Shona Halson from the Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia. We chatted about how much sleep athletes need compared with how much sleep they actually get. Night sleep vs naps vs total sleep in athletes vs non athletes. The importance of consistency of sleep. Caffeine, sleep and exercise performance. Is overtraining actually a lot less common than believed? Ice baths may reduce hypertrophy with resistance training but improve team sports/endurance. Effects of compression garments on recovery. The effects of mental fatigue on exercise performance. A very interesting chat. Twitter: @ShonaHalson0:00. Introduction + how Shona got into sports/exercise research3:45. Defining what we mean by recovery and fatigue5:40. How much sleep do athletes need/get?11:30. If athletes extend their sleep they do better13:05. Athletes night sleep vs total sleep per day (naps)15:10. Physical load vs mental load and sleep16:45. Sleep quality/architecture20:15. Is one night of reduced sleep a problem?21:15. Lack of sleep and perception of effort22:20. Importance of sleep consistency/regularity28:55. Does a lack of sleep reduce performance29:56. Best to prioritize sleep or exercise?34:27. Caffeine and sleep studies (hard to control)39:15. Caffeine: responders and non responders etc41:30. Genetics and sleep/can one sleep too much?43:12. Intensified training vs overreaching vs overtraining52:52. Ice baths/contrast baths, adaptations and recovery1:03:00. Water, hydrostatic pressure and blood flow1:05:25. Inflammation, anti-inflammatories and ice1:07:30. Physical fatigue vs mental fatigue1:11:00. Mental fatigue and exercise performance1:13:40. Are wearables useful for gauging recovery?1:16:24. Listening to your body1:17:50. Compression garments and recovery1:21:05. Menstrual cycling and sleep1:22:30. Takeaway messages1:23:30. Placebo effects1:24:49. Outro (9 seconds) Inside Exercise brings to you the who's who of research in exercise metabolism, exercise physiology and exercise's effects on health. With scientific rigor, these researchers discuss popular exercise topics while providing practical strategies for all.The interviewer, Emeritus Professor Glenn McConell, has an international research profile following 30 years of Exercise Metabolism research experience while at The University of Melbourne, Ball State University, Monash University, the University of Copenhagen and Victoria University.He has published over 120 peer reviewed journal articles and recently edited an Exercise Metabolism eBook written by world experts on 17 different topics (https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-94305-9).Connect with Inside Exercise and Glenn McConell at:Twitter: @Inside_exercise and @GlennMcConell1Instagram: insideexerciseFacebook: Glenn McConellLinkedIn: Glenn McConell https://www.linkedin.com/in/glenn-mcconell-83475460ResearchGate: Glenn McConellEmail: email@example.comSubscribe to Inside exercise:Spotify: shorturl.at/tyGHLApple Podcasts: shorturl.at/oFQRUYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@insideexerciseAnchor: https://anchor.fm/insideexerciseGoogle Podcasts: shorturl.at/bfhHIAnchor: https://anchor.fm/insideexercisePodcast Addict: https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/4025218Not medical advice
Welcome to the SYNC Your Life podcast episode #188! On this podcast, we will be diving into all things women's hormones to help you learn how to live in alignment with your female physiology. Too many women are living with their check engine lights flashing. You know you feel "off" but no matter what you do, you can't seem to have the energy, or lose the weight, or feel your best. This podcast exists to shed light on the important topic of healthy hormones and cycle syncing, to help you gain maximum energy in your life. In today's episode, I dive into the new science of CGRP for the preventative treatment of menstrual migraine. As a migraine sufferer myself, I know the value of modern medicine advances in treatment of this debilitating neurological condition. Read the research here: Article 1 Article 2 I also mentioned this previous episode of the podcast on Muscle Testing. If you feel like something is "off" with your hormones, check out the FREE hormone imbalance quiz at sync.jennyswisher.com. To learn more about the SYNC Digital Course, check out jennyswisher.com. Let's be friends outside of the podcast! Send me a message or schedule a call so I can get to know you better. You can reach out at https://jennyswisher.com/contact-2/.
Definition and answers to a common problem of estrogen and progesterone imbalances that cause heavy periods, PCOS, acne, migraines, infertility, endometriosis, breast cysts, fibroids, ovarian cysts, and more. This very important show explains how you can naturally treat your hormone imbalances and free yourself from the pain, missed days, and low quality of life caused by estrogen dominance and progesterone resistance. There is hope! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
En este episodio hablé con la Dr. Maria Camila Pinzón - médica funcional / alternativa - sobre el ciclo menstrual y el deporte. Un tema que deberiamos saber, pero que en realidad NO TENEMOS IDEA y tanto mujeres, hombres y personas no binarias deberían entender.Cambios homonales, cerebrales y por lo tanto fisicos que pueden afectar de alguna manera nuestro rendimiento físico al momento de realizar alguna actividad fisica o deporte.
Topics covered : Grief, trauma, legacy, divine timing, signs, menstruality, spirituality, shedding shame, woman wound, trauma resolution, healing, honouring the stages of life, power of retreat.In this episode I speak to menstrual mentor Kitty Maguire.Kitty lives in Dublin with her partner Sam, her two nephews, their dog Winnie Wagtail & Bertie the cat.She has pioneered menstruality work in Ireland for almost 10 years, providing therapeutic sessions, rituals and circles for women, girls and people who want to nurture a healthier embodied connection to their womb and cycles.She has held space for thousands of people through the years. Through her comprehensive training Red Alchemy, online or in schools she shares the wisdom of the cycle through the spirit, science and sacredness of menstruality and Irish spirituality. And she recently featured in Richie Sadlier's brilliant documentary, ‘Let's Talk About Sex' on RTÉ.Her Mother, playwright Jo Egan, was a highly respected and influential figure in the Northern Ireland arts scene. And last Christmas, she died, which came as a huge shock to all who knew and loved her.At the time of her death, she had a project in development with the Abbey theatre in Dublin.And during our conversation Kitty speaks about her Mam and shares how she's been navigating life since her passing. She also speaks about her own work, the importance of healing and she gives us an overview of the menstrual cycle.For more, go to http://www.kittymaguire.comIf you're a fan of my pod, please follow, rate and review in all the usual places.And thanks, as always, for your support of Ready to be Real. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We pay attention to our blood pressure, our temperature, our heart rate, our oxygen… its time we pay attention to our fifth vital sign: our cycle. As women, we're not taught or encouraged to support our bodies incredible hormone cycles… but thats where Jacqueline from The Menstrual Mogul comes in. She joins us on this episode of INsource to share what the four stages of our cycle are, and how we can support our bodies best during each of them. She shares when we should push hard, and when we need to pull back. We dive into when you're going to feel the most confident and can schedule big launches around that, as well as when we might be more sensitive physiologically and need to protect ourselves and preserve our energy more. You guys know I've been obsessed with learning about my body, how it works, and how I can make sure I am supporting it best. This is another piece to the puzzle. You can listen to the podcast we did with Jacqueline on You Can Sip With Us here If you want to dive deeper with her, you can find her on IG at @menstrualmogul, or at her website See you inside
Your period is your superpower!Let's dive into all things menstruation! From debunking the myth that painful periods are 'normal' to embracing the magic of your menstrual cycle, I'll guide you through better period health. Learn about primary and secondary dysmenorrhea, tackle the shame and stigma surrounding periods, and discover how to treat your menstrual cycle like a cherished friend. Explore remedies and approaches to alleviate PMS and menstrual pain.Dive deep into the connection between your beliefs and pain perception, and prepare your period toolkit to thrive throughout your entire cycle. From medications to nutrition, cravings to TENS machines, acupuncture to massages, and the choice of menstrual wear, I've got you covered. Uncover the benefits of nature time, exercise, orgasms, and learning to ask for help. Explore stress management techniques, including the wonders of pelvic physiotherapy. Discover the importance of self-care, mindfulness, and movement throughout your menstrual phases, and understand that women's health is not a one-size-fits-all concept. ..15 things to have in your period toolkit1. Medications for PMS2. Nutrition for menstrual health (fats, seeds, proteins, carbs), reduce caffeine and drink adequate water3. TENS machine for period pain (not an affiliate link, just a suggestion)4. Acupuncture for menstrual pain5. Massage for abdominal or pelvic pain6. Change your menstrual wear aka “feminine hygiene” eg try cup, tampon, period underwear, pads7. Breathe, Meditation and mindfulness – be where your feet are8. Yoga: Asana, pranayama and yoga nidra9. Plan ahead for different phases of menstrual cycle, look at calendar for next 4-5 weeks and plan more self-care and less stress in luteal/pre-menstrual phase. Women are not small men10. Nature time11. Movement – relaxation stretches, isometric exercises, ab exercises, glute med exercises, jogging, pelvic floor exercises, aerobic exercise, stretching – 8-12 weeks participation eg in my BASE fitness membership12. Orgasms, snuggling and being taken care of13. Do less and ask for help14. Stress management15. Pelvic physiotherapy.Today's episode is sponsored by Embodia https://www.embodiaapp.com/ - use code momstrength to save $20 off your first month's Tier 3 membership..Helpful Links:Helpful Links:—Strength and mobility workouts to support your menstrual health: sign up for my BASE fitness monthly membership—Pelvic physiotherapy (virtual or in-person in Toronto) to manage period pain and menstrual symptoms—Mom Strength Episode 33: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) with Dr. Whitney Baxter—TENS machine from Ortho Canada (not an affiliate link, just a suggestion).Connect with Surabhi:—Find Surabhi on Instagram or Facebook @thepassionatephysio—Website: https://www.thepassionatephysio.ca
Kerry McGawley is Associate Professor at Mid Sweden University, a coach and coach educator, and a very good age group triathlete. In this interview, we discuss the current science on the female athlete, where we need to do more in both academia, in sports organisations and in society, and practical takeaways. This is part two of a two-part interview, where part one was about Kerry's own training as an age-group 70.3 World Champion. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Mother-athlete challenges -Menstrual cycle phases and performance -Menstrual health literacy and barriers to coach-athlete communication -Amenorrhea and associated injury risk and performance outcomes -Next steps in academia, organisations and elsewhere SHOWNOTES: https://scientifictriathlon.com/tts410/ SCIENTIFIC TRIATHLON AND THAT TRIATHLON SHOW WEBPAGE: www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/ SPONSORS: Precision Fuel & Hydration help athletes perform at their best through their online tools, patented Sweat Test and range of electrolytes and fueling products. Use the free Fuel & Hydration Planner and receive a personalised plan for your carbohydrate, sodium and fluid intake. If you want further help, book a free 20-minute video consultation to chat through your plan. Listen out for the code in today's show to get 15% off your first order of PF&H electrolytes and fueling products. If you missed the code, just email firstname.lastname@example.org. FORM Smart Swim Goggles give you unprecedented real-time feedback in your swim training through a display on the goggle lens. See every split to stay on pace, track your stroke rate and don't let it drop, use heart rate to become more scientific and precise with your training (through integration with Polar HR monitors) and analyse more in-depth metrics post-swim in the app. You can also use a vast library of workouts or training plans, or build your own guided workouts. Get 15% off the goggles with the code TTS15 on formswim.com/tts. LINKS AND RESOURCES: Kerry's Twitter, Instagram and Research Gate Kerry McGawley, PhD (part 1) | EP#408 The menstrual cycle and oral contraception – impact on exercise performance with Kelly McNulty | EP#280 Improving menstrual health literacy in sport - McGawley et al. 2023 Tick-tock goes the biological clock: Mother-athlete challenges facing elite Scandinavian cross-country skiers - Bergström et al. 2023 Influence of Menstrual Cycle or Hormonal Contraceptive Phase on Physiological Variables Monitored During Treadmill Testing - Taipale et al. 2021 "Do Elite Sport First, Get Your Period Back Later." Are Barriers to Communication Hindering Female Athletes? - Höök et al. 2021 The FENDURA project RATE AND REVIEW: If you enjoy the show, please help me out by subscribing, rating and reviewing: www.scientifictriathlon.com/rate/ CONTACT: Want to send feedback, questions or just chat? Email me at email@example.com or connect on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
With a market value of more than $800 million in 2023, menstrual cups are becoming a well-known object in women's health and society. More people are growing comfortable with the idea of menstrual cups, further normalizing the acceptance of women's anatomy and cyclical needs. As more women become conscious of their consumer decisions and their impact on the environment, they seek alternatives to disposable period care products like pads and tampons.In this episode, we speak with menstrual equity advocate Drew Jarvis about her inspiring innovations in period care. Drew Jarvis is the co-founder and chief marketing officer of Sunny, a self-care brand dedicated to creating earth-friendly menstrual products and period education. Drew introduced the Sunny Cup and Applicator, a sustainable, one-of-a-kind menstrual cup that comes with a convenient tampon-style applicator. Listen as Drew shares her experience of being a female founder, explores amazing advancements in women's healthcare, and answers everything you need to know about using a menstrual cup. Discussed in this episode:How using a menstrual cup helps women connect with their bodies Menstrual cup tips when using one in public How social media has played a role in increasing awareness around periods and period products Perks of using menstrual cups compared to disposable pads or tamponsUnderstanding menstrual care for different anatomies Common concerns and misconceptions about period cupsWhat is a menstrual cup applicator and how is it different?Challenges and insights of female founders in a male-dominated industry "Using a menstrual cup is a great way to become more intimate in your understanding of your period and your flow." - Drew Jarvis of Sunny PeriodRelated to this episode:Related: Menstrual Cup How To: Part 1Related: Menstrual Cup Tips and FAQ: Part 2Sunny Cup: www.sunnyperiod.com Drew Jarvis on Instagram: www.instagram.com/drew_renee Drew Jarvis on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/drew-jarvis Recommended Books on Hormones and Menstrual Health More Episodes on Periods and Hormones If you want to support this women's health podcast, leave a review for Fempower Health on iTunes or Spotify.Spread the awareness and share this episode with someone you know!Support and connect with our women's health community:Subscribe to the Fempower Health Podcast for new episodes every TuesdayVisit us online at
Mark starts the show with a "sensitive snack". After all the feels your hosts discuss the history of menstruation! To change the subject quickly, Mark brings in a patchwork of topics. And in Paranormal Corner you'll learn about haunted Disneyland!
In today's episode, together with Heather, we delve into the potent influence of mindset and intentionality on our daily experiences. We talk about how our thoughts can shape our day, setting the tone for positivity or negativity. A fascinating concept is shared—imagining 2 million people in our minds who determine the course of our day based on our initial outlook. We explore how hormonal fluctuations can affect emotions and decision-making, especially in women's lives. We touch on challenges of balancing work and personal life, how men and women handle emotions differently, and the importance of thoughtful responses to life's surprises. Reflecting on the value of time, we discuss the belief that nothing is truly wasted, underlining the importance of living purposefully and with intent. “There's different things that are being challenged in my life right now. But if I actually take a step back and take the emotion away from it, they're not challenges. They're just what's happening.” The power of positive thinking in daily life Menstrual cycle and its impact on mood and daily routine Vibrational frequency and response to challenges Personal growth and financial responsibility Choosing joy and evolving through life's challenges Connect with me: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / info@HappyWholeYou.com Website: www.happywholeyou.com / https://linktr.ee/happywholeyou Instagram: @happywholeyou Facebook: Happy Whole You LinkedIn: Anna Marie Frank Venmo: @happywholeyou
Let's talk about the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids and what would happen if you started consuming them more often. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for the body, but our bodies can't produce them. You can get omega-3 fatty acids by consuming a high-quality cod liver oil or fish oil supplement. I prefer cod liver oil because it has additional vitamin A and vitamin D. However, it's best to get your omega-3 fatty acids from food. Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids include: • Fatty fish • Sardines • Grass-fed beef • Organ meats • Eggs EPA and DHA are important omega-3s. EPA mainly helps reduce inflammation. DHA primarily helps support the brain. Omega-3 fatty acids may even help people with asthma and allergies. Consuming more omega-3 fatty acids may potentially help with certain symptoms, including: • Dry eyes • Dermatitis • Macular degeneration • Arthritis • Arrhythmias • High blood pressure • Leg cramps • Insomnia • Menstrual cramps More potential benefits of consuming omega-3 fatty acids: • Improvements in fatty liver disease • Increased calcium absorption • Decreased risk of certain types of cancer One small issue some people experience after taking fish oil is burping. You can take fish oil in capsule form, which shouldn't cause burping. If you're vegan or are allergic to fish, a good alternative is consuming algae. It's important to note that omega-6 fatty acids compete with omega-3 fatty acids. One of the biggest causes of a deficiency of omega-3 fatty acids is excess consumption of omega-6 fatty acids. If you have trouble absorbing fats easily, you may want to try taking purified bile salts to increase the absorption of omega-3 fatty acids and fat-soluble vitamins. DATA: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3206354/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3076650/ Test Link Here: https://omegaquant.com/what-is-the-omega-3-index/
Kay'aleya is an herbalist and integrative health educator specializing in menstrual, hormonal, sexual and reproductive health. She holds a Masters of Science degree in Therapeutic Herbalism, is certified as a Women's Herbal Educator, and is pursuing certification as a Women's Health Coach. As a trained yoga teacher and an experienced massage therapist with a background as a doula and student midwife, she brings a uniquely integrative lens to her work as a womb-centered herbalist.Highlights from the episode:The Essence of Self-Care: Sunlight and Self-LoveNavigating the Transition: Freedom from Hormonal Birth ControlEmbarking on the Journey of Cycle TrackingUnderstanding Menstrual Energetics and Signs You May Need SupportEmbracing Sexual Wellbeing and Pleasure as a BirthrightIn this captivating journey through discussions that span from freedom from hormonal birth control to the empowerment of cycle tracking, understanding menstrual energetics, and embracing sexual wellbeing, we've uncovered the tapestry of our lives, woven with threads of self-awareness and self-care. As we part ways, remember that your unique journey is a masterpiece waiting to be painted with the colors of self-love and self-acceptance. Embrace the wisdom shared here, embark on your path of healing, and flourish in the radiant garden of your own existence.Don't forget to give a 5-star review, and subscribe, and to stay tuned for more spiritual insights and guidance.
It is well known that menstrual cycles can be stressful and painful – especially when a young person first starts their period. Most people learn from their family members about what to expect and how to be as comfortable as possible during menstrual cycles. But what if your family's “normal” isn't normal at all? Margo D'Agostino had excessively heavy menstrual bleeding for years – including some symptoms, that in hindsight, were quite alarming. But her mom had the same experience, so they together decided it must be normal. Spoiler, it wasn't normal – Margo has a bleeding disorder called Von Willebrand's disease, that other members of her family likely have too. On the podcast today, Margo and Dr. Maria Carter Febres, a pediatric hematologist, join us to talk about bleeding disorders and Margo's journey to find answers about her health. We talk about typical menstruation experiences, the importance of normalizing conversations about monthly cycles and what to do if something doesn't seem quite right with your own or your child's health.
Today on the podcast we welcome our friend, podcast host, and hormone health coach, Jess Suchan to the show! Jess works to help women rebalance their hormones to improve symptoms and gain greater confidence in their bodies. We have a really detailed conversation on cycle syncing– with Jess sharing how we should eat and move at each phase of our cycle! We break down the Menstrual, Follicular, Ovulatory, Luteal, phases – and we know you will gain and learn so much from this informative conversation. To listen to Jess's first appearance on the podcast and dive deeper into her background you can listen to that episode from 2019 here! To learn more you can visit: https://www.bodyblissbyjess.com you can also follow on instagram @bodyblissbyjess If you would like to work with us and receive a free health coaching consultation-- get in touch at courageouswellness.net or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Courageous Wellness! We release new episodes each #WellnessWednesday You can also follow us on instagram @CourageousWellness This Episode is brought to you by BTR Nation. Save 20% on BTR Plant-Powered & Adaptogenic Protein Bars & Chocolate Truffle Cups -- with the cleanest label on the market -- with code: courageouswellness at checkout when you visit: https://www.btrnation.com Erica loves the Cinnamon Cookie Dough Energy Bars and Cherry Chocolate Truffle Cups & Aly always has the peanut butter chocolate bliss bars in her cabinet! This Episode is brought to you by Odyssey Elixir. Save 20% on Odyssey Sparkling Mushroom Elixir with code: CWPODCAST at checkout when you visit: http://odysseyelixir.com Our personal favorite flavors include: Dragon fruit Lemonade and Orange Ginger! This episode is brought to you by Milk+Honey. To receive 20% off your purchase visit www.milkandhoney.comand use code: CWPODCAST (all one word) at checkout! Milk+Honey is a line of non-toxic, effective, and safe bath, body, and skincare products made in small batches in Austin, Texas. You can also save 20% on all spa treatments at Milk+Honey Spa locations in Los Angeles, Chicago, Texas, Miami and get a special rate on a curated Courageous Wellness Retreat Spa Package that includes a 60 minute massage and dry brushing. Book over the phone or online and visit: milkandhoneyspa.com Shop Vintners Daughter + Get 2-Day Free Shipping Meet NED: You can receive 15% off our favorite Ned CBD products, including the Hormone Balance Blend and the Full Spectrum Hemp Oil, go to www.helloned.com and enter the code CWPODCAST at checkout We are so excited to partner with Seed! You can save 15% on Seed Synbiotic by using code: courageous15 at checkout. Head to www.seed.com to learn more. Save 20% on Sakara clean boutique and meal delivery with code: xocourageous at checkout! Are you interested in becoming a health coach or furthering your nutrition education? We loved our program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and are happy to offer our listeners a discount on tuition! To receive up to $2000 off tuition (for payments in full and $1000 off tuition for payment plans) you can use our name Aly French or Erica Stein when you enroll. To learn more you can also take a Sample Class, check out the Curriculum Guide, or visit the application page to enroll.
This week on You Can Sip With Us, Ash and Coll are talking to Jacqueline, formally known as the Menstrual Mogul on socials, about the menstrual cycle and how impactful it can be on women's overall health! Go to hellofresh.com/50sip and use code “50sip” to get 50% off plus 15% off the next two months! Get your You Can Sip With Us merch at the link below: www.sipsquadpod.com/shop Join us for Another Round! Get your extra episode every Friday at patreon.com/youcansipwithus Follow us on Instagram: @youcansipwithus Drop us a voicemail: 503-489-7282
Welcome back to the final episodes of Season 4 on the Fempower Health Podcast, where we empower women to advocate for themselves and their health.Every week, we talk with women's health experts on topics like sexual wellness, mental health, aging, fertility, metabolic wellness, emergent FemTech, sexuality, and more.Upcoming special guest interviews cover topics including:Menstrual cups as period care OCD and other mental health conditions The Science of AgingPsychedelics and the brain Autoimmune diseases that impact womenUterine fibroidsThe latest in fertilityAnd more! Special thanks to Kate Goldhouse, Drew Jarvis, Cindy Belardo, Sarah E Hill, Rachel Gross, Jess Freemas, Dr Jennifer Garrison, Dr Aimee Eyvazzade, Tanika Gray Valbrun,and everyone else who helped make these women's health conversations accessible to all. If you want to support this women's health podcast, leave a review for Fempower Health on iTunes or Spotify.Spread the awareness and share this episode with someone you know!Support and connect with our women's health community:Subscribe to the Fempower Health Podcast for new episodes every TuesdayVisit us online at www.fempower-health.com Sign up for our weekly newsletter for the latest announcements, news, and researchFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterEmail us for inquiries & outreach: email@example.com**The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for informational purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor. Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. Additionally, the views expressed by the Fempower Health podcast guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent.****Contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links**
It's been estimated that 80% of women experience period pain at some point in their life and for 5-10% of women, the pain is debilitating. I know because I used to be one of them. I used ibuprofen heavily in my teens but now that I understand the risks of overuse, I'm thrilled to share an effective all-natural pain remedy created by a good friend of mine, Ashley Greene Khoury. (You might know her as the beautiful and talented Alice from Twilight!) Ashley and I met while I was a trainer at the Tracy Anderson Method and became fast friends. Today, she's not only an actress and new mom, but also an entrepreneur and creator of a transdermal period patch, The Cycle Soother. Tune in to this week's episode to learn all about her journey into holistic health and her approach to exercise, food, skin and reproductive health. This is one of my favorite episodes yet! Here is what you'll learn… The foods she eliminated to stop breakouts What Ashely eats in a day Her favorite natural ingredients for reducing pain How (and when) to use The Cycle Soother Strategies for reduced sugar consumption How many grams of protein she eats in a day (and why!) Her exercise routine Her home birth experience How her life has changed since becoming a mom What she does for such beautiful skin And so much more! I sincerely hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. Valuable Resources: The Cycle Soother Patch >>> Get 30% Off the Cycle Soother Patch with discount code ‘ WholeCycle30 ' HERE! Paleovalley Product >>> Try Paleovalley's 100% Grass Fed, High-Quality Protein Beef Sticks HERE!
In this episode: 1. The lack of adequate menopause training in obstetrics and gynecology residency programs. 2. What is perimenopause? 3. Hormones fluctuating 4. Wide range of symptoms, including hot flashes, mood disturbance and genitourinary issues. 5.Menstrual cycle disturbance including heavy menstrual bleeding is common. 6. Do you still need contraception? 7.When to transition to hormone therapy? --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skywomen/message
In this episode of the Pacey Performance Podcast Rob is speaking to three experts in the area of women's football, Strength and Conditioning Coach at Manchester United Women, Jack Clover, Reader in Sports Performance at Leeds Beckett, Stacey Emmonds, and Head of Sport Science at The Matildas, Jack Sharkey. One of the central discussions revolves around menstrual cycle monitoring and its relevance to training and performance. They emphasize the importance of understanding menstrual health beyond just phase-based training, shedding light on the broader spectrum of menstrual-related issues and their impact on athletes' well-being and availability. The trio also tackles the challenge of setting appropriate training thresholds for female athletes in an environment where the demands are constantly evolving. They highlight the need for a more tailored approach and collaboration within the women's football community to establish science-based standards. Eccentric training, often a hot topic in sports science, is examined from a gender-neutral perspective. Stacey, Jack, and Sharkey stress the significance of evaluating individual athlete profiles and training age when considering the integration of flywheel training into a program. Throughout the episode, the experts emphasize the critical role of education in women's football. They discuss the importance of educating both athletes and practitioners about menstrual health, debunking myths, and promoting healthy practices. With a wealth of experience in the field, Stacey, Jack, and Sharkey offer valuable insights into the unique challenges and opportunities within women's football. Their commitment to evidence-based practices and their dedication to improving athlete well-being make this episode a must-listen for sports scientists, strength and conditioning coaches and rehabilitation professionals about advancing women's football. Tune in for an engaging discussion that transcends the game and dives deep into the science behind female athlete performance. Main talking points: Menstrual health beyond phase-based training Tailored thresholds for evolving demands Eccentric training for health and performance Importance of athlete education Bridging research and practice Understanding individual athlete profiles Collaboration for science-based standards Advancing women's football performance
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Menstrual products like tampons typically have an absorbency level listed on the side of their packaging. But until recently, that absorbency had never been measured with actual blood. Saline, a simpler and less viscous fluid, has been the default test liquid since absorbency standards were first set in the 1980s. However, researchers at Oregon Health and Science University recently tested the absorbency of products like menstrual cups, discs and period underwear, in addition to tampons and pads, with real blood in an effort to better diagnose heavy menstrual bleeding. Bethany Samuelson Bannow is an associate professor of medicine at OHSU and a co-author of the study. She joins us to explain why research like this hasn’t been conducted before and what the findings could mean.
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Have you ever heard about Cycle Syncing? Cycle syncing is matching how you exercise with the stages of your menstrual cycle to optimize results and to be kind to your body. And this is a hot topic amongst women right now and for a good reason. Due to the fluctuations of different hormones, our bodies actually require different things depending on where we are in our cycle. That's why in this episode of Embrace Your Real, we are going to outline how to sync your workouts with your monthly cycle for better results! What I discuss: Menstrual and Luteal phase Follicular and Ovulation Phase If you want more from me, be sure to check out... Instagram: @embraceyourreal | @movementwithjulie Movement With Julie | App: https://sale.movementwithjulie.com/ Macro Counting Made Simple: https://www.macrocountingmadesimple.com/ Website: www.juliealedbetter.com Free e-book: www.juliealedbetter.com/free-ebook Amazon Storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-6bda1ca8?ref=cm_sw_em_r_inf_pub_influencer-6bda1ca8_dp_DgsIam9salgfi
John Crist and Jodi Miller join Adam as they learn about Spain's new paid 'menstrual leave' law before getting into tipping bathroom attendants and Jodi's drunken plumbers. They debate how you should lay out sushi to eat off a naked woman and get into a major difference between Biden and Trump. Next, Chris reports the news including: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. releasing a shirtless workout video, Ryan Seacrest replacing Pat Sajak on 'Wheel of Fortune', U.S. reading and math scores dropping to the lowest level in decades, and Don Lemon giving his first interview since his CNN firing. Finally, the former owner of Cobb's Comedy Club, Tom Sawyer talks to Adam about the documentary ‘The Comedy Club' which showcases the rich history of the legendary establishment. He gets into some of the highlight moments and alumni of Cobb's before talking about his experiences with Jim Carrey and Aries Spears. PLUGS: Get tickets to Jodi Miller's live shows at JodiMillerComedy.com 2 shows: Pasadena, CA - The Ice House - July 21 Check your local TV listings to watch Jodi Miller's ‘The World's Funniest Weather' and ‘Funny You Should Ask' Visit Jodi's website, JodiMillerComedy.com And follow Jodi on Twitter and Instagram, @JodiMillerComic Watch John Crist's new special ‘John Crist: Would Like to Release a Statement' on YouTube See John Crist on his ‘Emotional Support Tour' Las Vegas, NV - The Smith Center for the Performing Arts - Friday San Diego, CA - Balboa Theater - Saturday Anaheim, CA - City National Grove of Anaheim - Sunday And find more dates at: John Crist Comedy .com Listen to John Crist's podcast, ‘Net Positive' wherever you find podcasts And follow John on Twitter, @JohnBCrist Watch Tom Sawyer's documentary, ‘The Comedy Club' streaming now on digital platforms And learn more about Tom at TomSawyerVoices.com THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: SimpliSafe.com/ADAM JustThriveHealth.com enter ADAM Angi.com OReillyAuto.com Turo.com Executive Producers: Chris Laxamana & Mike August Audio Engineer: Mike Dawson Writer: Mike Lynch Technical Director: Emi Funes Producer: Ben Hayes Assistant Producer: Byron Perez