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EP 93: Are you curious about how to start something new in midlife? Do you find yourself attempting to google the 17 steps to start that new midlife hobby or figure out what's next for you? Ready to accept that you have agency in your own life? Want to connect with other women who are ready to do the same? Need a little bit of help sorting through the mixed bag of solutions for midlife issues? What would it feel like to really say “bye-bye” to your comfort zone and embrace self-reinvention? Are you ready to say yes to yourself, your hobbies, and your passions? And, if you don't have any (my husband has 89 hobbies and I am like “ugh”)...Then this episode is for you! Join me, Dr. Sarah Milken in a mini-sode called “Bye-Bye Midlife Comfort Zone!”. I did my first ever Instagram live with Jessica Barac, from the IG Instagram account @whatthemenopause, that she has built into a place for women to feel seen, validated and celebrated in menopause and midlife. Jessica is a former athlete and registered nurse. We discussed everything from finding and re-inventing yourself in midlife to empty nesting, health, and of course my free workshop “Let's Talk Midlife”. By the time this episode comes out the workshop will be over, but don't worry because my online experience (some would call a course, “The Midlife Remix Table” is launching today! 8 weeks (two hours a week with me, on zoom). This is an intimate experience that is going to happen every single week with me and it's for women just like you and me seeking midlife connection and real evidenced based strategies on figuring out what's next for us. Looking forward to connecting with you! Here are some ways to connect with me! THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC SHOW NOTES: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/episodes/93 THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/theflexibleneurotic/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC WEBSITE: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Armitstead explains how to support the body when going through perimenopause or menopause or what to do if your period is irregular, either getting your period too often or when missing your period and how to become more fertile. She also explains how emotions get stuck in the body and a way to release them. If you suffer from hot flashes, weight gain, fatigue, waking up too early, infertility, PCOS, fibroids, acne, moodiness, vaginal dryness or itching, loss of sex drive or brain fog listen to this podcast.
Perimenopause fitness clients are the most likely to experience first signs and symptoms of hormonal change. It may occur anywhere from late 30s to mid 50s the majority in their 40s will find they have changes of some kind. For some perimenopause fitness clients it's mild, they barely notice and wouldn't associate it with menopause even. For others, hot flashes and night sweats are a dead give away. During this time, as a trainer, or health coach, you have the best opportunity to positively impact not just their symptoms but their health. Perimenopause Fitness Clients: Can experience any one or more of 34 symptoms or can be entirely asymptomatic, yet knowing the status of their regular cycle, or how long it's been since a regular cycle, and the way they feel throughout it can help you modify training to optimize results for both now in dealing with symptoms and later in life, maintaining optimal body composition, strength and bone density. Don't often understand that just checking the “exercise box” doesn't necessarily support a reduction in symptoms of perimenopause. Science literature (complete references listed in previous blogs, podcasts and both You Still Got It, Girl! And Hot, Not Bothered!) suggests that for instance, with hot flashes and night sweats, reduction is associated only with exercise that is of adequate intensity. Exercise tendencies currently still default to more volume as opposed to more intensity and often tip the cortisol scales in direct opposition to supporting any change in symptoms or body composition and may in fact worsen symptoms. A majority of perimenopause women still recall the advice of the 70s and 80s for “exercise more, eat less,” and are increasing their cortisol levels (or over taxing low levels) which can cause muscle catabolism and increases in fat storage, particularly to the belly. Poor eating habits (dieting) are independently a problem for women who are exercising regularly as they will not be absorbing all the macro or micronutrients to enhance the muscle and bone. Even a woman who temporarily finds she's leaner with current under nutrition, may be increasing her risk for reduced muscle mass, low bone density, or other issues often supported by optimal nutrition. Now is the absolute best time to begin working on heavy weights, and to avoid over exercise. Biggest Tip Regarding Perimenopause Fitness: The toleration of exercise may be lower. This is the exact time to reduce total volume, enhance recovery in order to improve the menopause transition and avoid muscle loss and fat gains. Resources: Your Business Scorecard: For Fitness & Health Coaches: https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/business-scorecard/ Copywriting for Marketing to Women Course: https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/copywriting-course/ Menopause Fitness Specialist™ Program: https://www.flippingfifty.com/menopause-fitness-specialist-program-2022/ Send an Email to email@example.com if you want to learn more about the founding member's rate for the Health & Well Pros mastermind. Other Episodes You Might Like: 3 Ways to Coach Menopause Clients Out of Mistakes: https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/coach-menopause-clients/ Training Midlife Clients | Zone 2 Training For Menopause: https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/zone-2-training-for-menopause/
Hey there! Today's podcast episode is like that cozy chat you'd have with a good friend while wrapped up in a comfy blanket, sipping your favorite tea. Why? Well, because I'm going to share my raw and unfiltered experiences with you as I dive into the world of menopause and perimenopause. Now, here's the deal: I'm not a doctor, a therapist, or any kind of medical pro. Nope, I'm just a regular person like you. But you know what I can do? I can talk about it in a way that makes sense, especially when those pesky menopause brain fog moments hit. Menopause and perimenopause aren't talked about nearly enough, but that's changing, and I'm here to tell you why. We Gen Xers, like myself, weren't exactly handed a manual for this stuff. But now, we're all about sharing what we know and keeping it real. No sugarcoating here. Oh, and a funny side note: if you're in the perimenopause/menopause club, you'll relate to how objects seem to disappear into thin air. We'll explore the joys (itchy ears, anyone?) and not-so-great stuff like brain fog. But here's the thing: with knowledge, even the not-so-great stuff becomes manageable. Embrace the emotional clarity that comes with this journey. It can be a catalyst for open communication and empathy in your relationships. Talk to your loved ones, friends, and partners about what's going on inside your body and mind. It's a game-changer. Throughout this episode, I'll share some practical tips, including advocating for your health and practicing self-care. I've also discovered some supplements that helped me along the way, but remember, I'm not a doctor, so consult a healthcare professional. Join me on this adventure as we navigate the waves of menopause, discovering self-love, authenticity, and a renewed sense of self. You're not alone, my friends, and this journey is a beautiful opportunity for growth and self-discovery. Let's ride the menopause wave together! (These are not affiliate links. I'm sharing because they work, and I want to help.
Hormone shifts and changes are inevitable for us as women. Aren't we lucky?! In all seriousness– I know you've felt these changes in your body. Take your menstrual cycle, for example. One moment estrogen and testosterone rally together, and you feel on top of the world right before ovulation. Then, just a couple of weeks later, progesterone and estrogen plummet to the ground, and it can feel like everything in your body is working against you. And then there's how your body feels when on hormonal birth control– which we'll discuss today. Or even during the long 10+ year perimenopause transition when everything is up in the air. Perimenopause is undoubtedly the most significant hormonal transition right after the ultramarathon that is pregnancy. And I would argue that perimenopause is the critical window that shapes our future health outcomes. The truth is, how you take care of your body during the perimenopause transition can determine how you thrive for the rest of your life. So today, I invited Dr. Carrie Jones to share her insights on the new research concerning women after perimenopause, and what tools are at our disposal to set us up for success so we can extend our longevity. We'll also discuss the new FDA-cleared, over-the-counter mini pill called the Opill– which is about to hit drugstores. We want you to understand all the options, concerns, and risks around an over-the-counter pill. And lastly, we talk about how improving your metabolic health is the biggest lever you can pull if you want a healthy, thriving body and life– before, during, and after perimenopause. Although your body's changing a lot– even in menopause– there are adjustments you can easily make to reduce the symptoms you're dealing with. And that first step is assessing how well your metabolism is functioning– and then taking proactive steps to improve it. Learn more about all of this today in my empowering discussion with Dr. Jones– so you can take charge of your hormones and metabolism to live the life you deserve. Dr. Carrie Jones Dr. Carrie Jones is a Naturopathic Physician, board-certified in Naturopathic Endocrinology with a Master's in Public Health. She's an internationally recognized speaker, consultant, and educator on the topic of women's health and hormones with over 20 years in the industry. Dubbed the Queen of Hormones, Dr. Jones was one of the first to become board-certified through the American Board of Naturopathic Endocrinology. She was the first Medical Director of the DUTCH Test and the first Head of Medical Education at Rupa Health. She's the Chief Medical Officer at New Ethics Formulations and the Head of Medical Education at Metabolic Mentor University. IN THIS EPISODE What is the FDA-approved contraceptive mini pill– the Opill? The side effects of the Opill and what to ask your pharmacist The Natural Cycles App and how to track your ovulation Body awareness and normalizing the menstrual cycle Birth control in perimenopause and into menopause Physical and hormonal changes during menopause Glucose monitoring and improving metabolic flexibility Lifestyle adaptations to reverse our inner age in perimenopause and menopause RESOURCES MENTIONED Dr. Carrie Jones' Website | Dr. Carrie's Instagram! Join the Fix Your Hormones Masterclass Metabolism & Hormone Reset Course! Visit nutrisense.io/mariza and use my code MARIZA for $30 off & 1 month of free dietitian support. RELATED EPISODES #539: Everything You Need To Know About Navigating Hormone Changes In Perimenopause #424: Move Over Birth Control Pills, There's A New Type Of Contraception In Town That's Completely Natural With Elina Berglund #389: Are Birth Control Pills The Best Remedy For Perimenopause Symptoms? #476: How To Pivot In Perimenopause To Increase Energy, Metabolism And Brain Power #363: The Three Phases Of Perimenopause And How To Navigate Each Phase With Grace
Carrie Jones, ND, FABNE, MPH is an internationally recognized speaker, consultant, and educator on the topic of women's health and hormones with over 20 years in the industry. Dubbed the “Queen of Hormones,” Dr. Jones is a Naturopathic Physician who did her 2-year residency focused on women's health and endocrinology. She went on to get her Master of Public Health and was one of the first to become board certified through the American Board of Naturopathic Endocrinology. She was the first Medical Director for Precision Analytical (the DUTCH Test) and the first Head of Medical Education at Rupa Health. She hosts the highly popular show, the Root Cause Medicine Podcast that has over 3 million downloads. She is the Clinical Expert for the Lifestyle Matrix Resource Center and was on Under Armour's Human Performance Council. Currently she is the Chief Medical Officer at NuEthix Formulations and Head of Medical Education at Metabolic Mentor University. Learn more about working with me Shop my masterclasses (learn more in 60-90 minutes than years of dr appointments for just $19.99) Follow me on IG Learn more about Dr. Carrie Jones Follow Dr. Carrie Jones on IG
This episode orginially aired in Dec 2019 as episode 31. Are you stressed, anxious, or not sleeping well? Would you like some more energy, happiness, and clarity? Have you considered meditation? Lane Kennedy is a meditation teacher who helps women tame their minds, destress, and eliminate anxiety. https://lanekennedy.com/ ____________________________________________________________ About Jennifer Harrington Jen is a Naturopath, Nutritionist, and Medical Herbalist. She focuses on natural ways to assist women transitioning into Menopause. She has been a clinical practitioner for over 20 years. She is the Clinical Director of Menopause Natural Solutions. https://www.menopausenaturalsolutions.com/ The author of the book - From Invisible to Invincible, the natural menopause revolution. https://www.menopausenaturalsolutions.com/from-invisible-to-invincible She is available for consultation at: https://www.menopausenaturalsolutions.com/consultations Menopause Natural Solutions on social media Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/menopausenaturalsolutions/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/menopausenaturalsolutions TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@menopausenaturalsolution YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4_nm8vzh3zRNaUJeBy-USw
Prepare to be enlightened by an engaging discussion with a true powerhouse in women's health! I have the pleasure of being joined once again by the esteemed Dr. Felice Gersh, a renowned physician with a cutting-edge career in obstetrics, gynecology, and integrative medicine. In today's episode, Dr. Gersh and I explore the intricate interplay between estrogen and immune function, delving into the impact of ovarian aging, menopause, bone health, mental cognition, sleep, and mood. We traverse the vast landscape of the gut microbiome and vascular system, unraveling the secrets of different estrogen types and receptors while addressing the crucial role of inflammation. With a keen focus on hormone replacement therapy, Dr. Gersh also shares her invaluable insights on the critical window for intervention and her exceptional approach to caring for women in perimenopause and menopause. Dr. Felice Gersh is an invaluable resource on women's health! Tune in for an enriching discussion that will leave you eagerly anticipating more episodes with this esteemed physician! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: Dr. Gersh discusses hormone supplementation and menopause. The role of estrogen in the immune system The systemic effects of estrogens How to turn on the off switch to inflammation The connection between estrogen and the gut microbiome The role of estradiol in the body Having a healthy gut will translate into a healthy liver and vice versa. The magic of phytoestrogens The perfect storm for creating breast cancer Is there a magic window of time for menopause? Estrogen receptors and the risk of blood clotting Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Connect with Dr. Felice Gersh On her website: Integrative Medical Group of Irvine On Instagram All of Dr. Gersh's books are available on Amazon Ep. 221 Part 1- An Integrative Approach to PCOS and Menstrual Irregularities with Dr. Felice Gersh Ep. 237 Perimenopause and Menopause: What You Didn't Know with Dr. Felice Gersh
Dr. Carrie Jones is a naturopathic functional medicine health and hormone doctor. Andrea Donsky, Nutritionist, Menopause Researcher, and Menopause Educator, as well, as CoFounder of Morphus discusses how our hormones are key to understanding where we are on our perimenopause and menopause path.Morphus Supplements: https://bit.ly/3QpGyxl 0:23 Introducing Dr. Carrie Jones and how she became interested in women's hormones4:05 Where is Carrie in her perimenopause7:54 Carrie takes us through a hormone education11:02 Why do our periods sometimes come back before we have gone 365 days without one? There may be other health concerns that could gynecological like polyps or issues with our thyroid. Light spotting can be from vaginal dryness as well. Always see your healthcare practitioner in these cases.20:27 HRT and bleeding23:36 The difference between a cyst, fibroid, and polyps (PCOS)28:51 Late pregnancies and perimenopause32:12 Testing hormones including the types of tests commonly performed including the DUTCH Test. You really can't get tested for perimenopause however testing can give a picture of which hormones are going lower and how you can optimize your hormones.38:04 How the DUTCH test shows metabolites from your hormones from breaking down. Why it's important to test if you are on hormone therapy to understand how you metabolize hormones.43:55 The importance of detoxification in perimenopause and menopause and the impact of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)49:50 The beauty in this stage of our lives51:47 Discussions about HRT56:11 Final thoughtsMorphus Supplements: https://bit.ly/3QpGyxl Dutch Test Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Debbie Rice Interview: https://youtu.be/ALNViMyTlzU Oura ring: https://bit.ly/3Zgt61c DNA Test: https://thednacompany.com/morphusDNA Videos with Dr. Mansoor Mohammed:Part 1: https://youtu.be/ri9YCspuuvc Part 2: https://youtu.be/8I-u5HIpWNQ Part 3: https://youtu.be/X-XsZAx61UY Full Video https://youtu.be/X-XsZAx61UY Leah Segedie's Videos about Endocrine Disruptors:Part 1: https://youtu.be/OG_r4S8ngy8 Part 2: ======
Running in your 40s, 50s, and beyond is not the same as when you are younger. This is especially true for women going through perimenopause. On today's show I'm joined by writer, runner, and podcast host Cherie Turner. We explore: How you can still get faster and live your fittest life no matter what your age How perimenopause can affect our lives and our running, and The bright sides of embracing your journey with a fresh perspective Cherie Louise Turner is the host and producer of Women's Running Stories, a podcast where each week, one woman tells a story from her life as a runner. Not only are these women getting better even as they age, they are also crushing the stereotypes of what people think is possible. So if you are a runner who's getting older, which of course is all of us, stay tuned. Welcome to the Planted Runner. I'm Coach Claire Bartholic and my mission is to help you improve your running, your mindset, and your life with science-backed training and plant-based nutrition. If you need more help, you can order my book The Planted Runner: Running Your Best With Plant-Based Nutrition wherever you get books or request a copy from your local library. ➡️Or you can enter to win a copy for free, just by writing an Apple Podcasts review. I choose a new winner every month. Don't forget to stay tuned all the way to the end of the episode for another Mental Strength Minute. Fortify your mind in 60 seconds or less. LINKS: If you'd like help directly from me, you can check out my freebies, personal coaching, and sign up for my PR Team at https://www.theplantedrunner.com/link. NOURIFY PLUS from PREVINEX: Simply the highest quality, best tasting plant-based protein powder you can buy. If you are ready to simplify your nutrition and optimize your fueling, you can try Nourify for 15% off the regular price with my code PR15. That's PR15 at previnex.com. https://www.previnex.com/shop-now/nourify-plus-shakes RECENT REVIEWS: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Highly Recommend! Running into my 40s, as a complete novice, I began listening to many running podcasts. The Planted Runner podcast is my favorite! The topics covered are relevant and interesting. Added bonus: already seeing improvement with my runs. If you're new to the running scene, find yourself overwhelmed with all the information, or just want to be a better runner…start here! There's something for everyone, no matter your life stage or experience level. SFElephant ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Great Show I found this podcast a little bit ago and love it. She does a great job and very informative keep up the good work. 657$?(5432 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Good positive podcast As a vegetarian/pescatarian, this is a resource to help you feel your best with the hard work of running and make progress when you keep hitting the same wall over and over again. aberrationannie Music Credits: Music from Uppbeat
EP 92: Are you a midlifer struggling to lose and/or maintain weight? The latest version of the “muffin top” is making you crazy. You are told to eat more protein, intermittent fast, move and you feel like you are doing many of the things and still “ugh”. You want a cupcake for dinner after a cluster fck of a day, me too! What if someone taught you how to actually listen to your body and its feelings? Do you listen to what your body is really asking for? Did you know that if you can define a really authentic “why” when it comes to weight loss and healthy midlife lifestyle, you could make some big changes? Looking for 6 easy midlife rules to transform what you think about food, your body, feel better and shed a few pounds, this episode is for you! Join me, Dr. Sarah Milken in an informative conversation called “Food, Weight & Me In Midlife”. I am joined by nutritional therapist, registered dietitian and “fellow midlifer”, Kim Shapira. She has a masters in human metabolism and clinical nutrition and she has spent the last 25 years in the “food and weight trenches” with women like you and me. She knows what works and what doesn't. We get into the reasons why the word “diet” feels unsafe and how to maintain a healthy, supportive midlife lifestyle. We all read so much “diet” material, yet Kim brings us a very different approach We dive into her new book, This Is What You're Really Hungry For: Six Simple Rules to Transform Your Relationship with Food to Become Your Healthiest Self. Some Highlights: Diet vs. restrictive eating Developing your “why” Emotional body vs. Physical body Values are something you take with you everywhere Food is fuel! Kim's 6 rules Feeling “safe” and how it impacts food choices How people pleasing might be affecting your health Let's Talk Midlife! My half empty nest breakdown led to me creating my first 3 day free live workshop called Let's Talk Midlife. It's September 19, 20 and 21st-one hour each day, live with me on Zoom10am-11am PST / 1pm-2pm EST. Day 1: Kids are leaving, now what? Day 2: What's next for me? Day 3: F*ck fear. INTERESTED? CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION Looking forward to connecting with you! Here are some ways to connect with me! THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC SHOW NOTES: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/episodes/92 THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/theflexibleneurotic/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC WEBSITE: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC EMAIL: email@example.com
Why I check lab work in perimenopause and menopause // Labwork can be transformational for many of my patients. Our current guidelines say not to do it - but could this be causing harm? In this episode, I explain the scenarios where lab work is essential, how I explain labs to my patients, and what this means for healthcare in general. Enjoy. See me LIVE in Toronto on October 18th! Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/on-the-dl-live-tickets-713887896917?aff=oddtdtcreator MORE ON DR. HIRSCH IS BELOW! BOOK A VISIT: https://heatherhirschmd.com/bookings/ ORDER MY BOOK! https://www.amazon.com/Unlock-Your-Menopause-Type-Personalized/dp/1250850827 GET MY FREE MENOPAUSE HEALTH GUIDE: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5f787bdd57796e835ea84e10 AMAZON PRODUCTS: https://www.amazon.com/shop/hormone.health.doc --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heather-hirsch/support
Rachel E. Gross is an award-winning science journalist who wrote an incredible book called Vagina Obscura which was a finalist for the 2023 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Nonfiction. Go ahead and be impressed, but do not be intimidated. Rachel will enthrall you with stories of outlandish treatments for ailments that plague people with female reproductive systems, including a personal tale involving rat poison and her own vagina. She takes us back through history to when the fallopian tubes were named after an Italian Catholic priest and when Freud decided that all "women's issues" were psychological. She discusses how medical terminology can be harmful, placing blame on the woman or the body part itself. If that's not enough to draw you in, listen as we realize that both Ellie and Julia know a ton about bacterial vaginosis, and in a delightful epiphany, Ellie gives the perfect name to the wall of vagina-inspired art in Rachel's home. Bonus points if you count the number of times "vagina" is said in this episode. Topics and timestamps10:40 - How Rachel got into writing about science, specifically the science of vaginas18:02 - The Vagina Poison Story24:37 - The microbiome of the vagina30:57 - How medical language puts the blame on the body part (#incompetentcervix)38:50 - Ancient ideas that have been carried through to modern medicine43:46 - Thoughts on implanting bits of ovarian tissue to stave off menopauseHandles and sitesRachel's websiteRachel's writingRachel's InstaBuy Vagina ObscuraList of Resources MentionedPooping only every 3 or more days linked with cognitive decline, research findsRachel telling her vagina rat poison story on Story ColliderDoing Harm by Maya DusenberyOther LinksErin's Faces Affiliate LinkJulia G WellnessLeave us a review!Support the showBe one of the helpers! SUBSCRIBE to this podcast on APPLE PODCASTS or SPOTIFY and leave us a review on APPLE PODCASTS.
Andrea and Dr. Barrie Tan continue their conversation about tocotrienols and their benefits for overall health especially in perimenopause and menopause. You can watch their first interview here (https://youtu.be/r4sT4khechI).Dr. Barrie Tan is a Ph.D. in chemistry and biochemistry who's an expert on Tocotrienols, a potent form of Vitamin E.Buy Morphus Toco-E here: https://bit.ly/44TxFAt0:21 Introductions and a discussion of carotenes, antioxidants, and polyphenols in relationship to annatto and tocotrienols.5:45 Explanation of cells and how fat protects cells from oxidative stress or damage.8:51 The difference between tocopherol and tocotrienol and why tocotrienols are better.11:22 The different types of supplements of vitamin E that you might see at the store and what the studies in the 1990s say about cardiovascular or anti-cancer benefits of tocopherols.14:12 How Barrie persisted in his research and the many studies he has participated in on cholesterol, prediabetes, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, fatty liver, and inflammation. In particular, people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) had a surprising benefit and were able to lose weight in the range of 10-15 pounds in 3-12 months.20:55 Hypercholesterolemia, cholesterol, and tocotrienols and how C-reactive protein relates to changes in LDL composition.28:54 Triglycerides (hypertriglyceridemia) and Syndrome X or Metabolic Syndrome and how tocotrienls help manage triglycerides.34:44 Dosing of tocotrienols35:00 Cancer studies and tocotrienols41:19 Ongoing studies relating to obesity and overweight individuals.43:40 Chemotherapy, tamoxifen, and tocotrienols46:17 How tocotrienols can act as an insurance policy52:04 Tocotrienols for IBD and Crhons54:38 Tocotrienols and menopausal women and bone health59:09 How estrogen acts as an antioxidant and the estrogenic properties of tocotrienols.1:03:48 Brain health and tocotrienols1:07:10 Heart disease and tocotrienols1:13:35 Hair growth and tocotrienols1:15:06 Hot flashes and tocotrienolsBuy Morphus Toco-E here: https://bit.ly/44TxFAtNote: Always take tocotrienols with a meal for best absorption.Barrie Tan's First Interview with Andrea https://youtu.be/r4sT4khechIWatch this video https://youtu.be/OmY0KoFqkJ0Join our Wearemorphus PRIVATE group: https://bit.ly/2MsxBBf======
Bonnie Browning began implementing a low insulin lifestyle about 5 months ago. She went from her conventional doctors advice, to exercise and eat a low fat diet, to using the tools and lifestyle adjustments I taught her and seeing life changing changes! We discuss her weight loss journey, fasting regimen, hormonal imbalances, and more. Hope this encourages you! [1:21]- The doors for Low Insulin Academy LIVE are OPEN NOW, until September 14, 2023! The diseases discussed in this episode are completely reversible, all with the right lifestyle changes, which I teach in LIA! I encourage you to register as soon as possible so spots do not fill up! With 6 modules and over 30 lessons, I teach you the tools to know and reverse what is at the heart of chronic weight and health issues. [3:45]- I am offering one final LIVE and FREE webinar, Cravings, OZEMPIC, and Glucose... OH MY!!!, this Wednesday, September 13th! If you are not able to make the webinar live, still be sure to register so you can receive a replay link sent directly to you! [4:49]- Bonnie's story about how she found Shana and began implementing the tools she learned from her! [9:58]- The lifestyle Bonnie lived before implementing low insulin lifestyle modifications. [15:18]- How stress affected Bonnie's health. [23:30]- What is Bonnie's fasting regimen? [26:40]- Should individuals who fast adjust their eating windows periodically? [29:06]- How to prepare for the first 24 hour fast. [34:25]- How should females prepare for perimenopause and menopause? [41:03]- How has fasting provided mental clarity for Bonnie? [46:40]- Bonnie's biggest hurdle when altering her lifestyle. [48:54]- Final thoughts and Bonnie's advice! Special thanks to L'BRI for sponsoring this episode. To receive a free pack of samples from this clean and purposeful skin care company, use the link here! FOLLOW ME ON: Instagram: @shana.hussin.rdn Facebook: Fast To Heal With Shana Hussin Website: https://www.fasttoheal.info/ ADDITIONAL LINKS: ENROLL in LIA LIVE HERE! FREE Starting Guides 10-Day Low-Insulin Jumpstart Metabolic Makeover Starter Course Low Insulin Academy On-Demand Course Low Insulin Academy Live WAITLIST BE ON THE PODCAST by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and sharing your story of how Fast to Heal Services have changed your life!
Iron deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiency. Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding is the most common cause of anema in Peri-Menopause. Here is my personal story of iron deficiency anemia during peri-menopause, my causes, and my solutions. Click here to read my blog on anemia. ___________________________________________________________ About Jennifer Harrington Jen is a Naturopath, Nutritionist, and Medical Herbalist. She focuses on natural ways to assist women transitioning into Menopause. She has been a clinical practitioner for over 20 years. She is the Clinical Director of Menopause Natural Solutions. https://www.menopausenaturalsolutions.com/ The author of the book - From Invisible to Invincible, the natural menopause revolution. https://www.menopausenaturalsolutions.com/from-invisible-to-invincible She is available for consultation https://www.menopausenaturalsolutions.com/consultations Menopause Natural Solutions on social media Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/menopausenaturalsolutions/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/menopausenaturalsolutions TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@menopausenaturalsolution
This week Karen Newby returns to the podcast to talk about her new book 'The Natural Menopause Method - A Nutritional Guide to Perimenopause and Beyond'. Just like her book, this episode is jam packed full of excellent advice on how to use food as medicine as we go through perimenopause into menopause.Karen is a nutritionist who's been practicing nutritional therapy for over 10 years. Her area of specialism is women's hormonal health, especially menopause. Join us in this empowering conversation where we talk about:
In today's episode Tania & I dive deep into: Perimenopause & menopause symptoms They are common, but not normal How Tania was able to overcome her symptoms for good What are the 3 principles? how can this understanding help shift out of all symptoms ***This is a fun episode even if you don't have specifically menopause or perimenopause symptoms - because it could be applicable to any symptoms someone experiences really through the lens and understanding of the 3 principles*** Tania Elfersy is the author of The Wiser Woman's Guide to Perimenopause and Menopause. She is a transformative coach, speaker and blogger, specializing in natural approaches to midlife women's health. Tania has spent years researching what causes and what can relieve symptoms associated with perimenopause and menopause. She became free of her own physical and emotional symptoms through insight alone. Tania set up The Wiser Woman project in 2015 to help women transform their experience of midlife change. Through her coaching, writing and teaching, Tania focuses on connecting women to the innate brilliance of their bodies, having seen that healing occurs with ease when we relax into the divine intelligence within. ►►►Today's episode is sponsored by Primal Trust Academy & Community. You can learn more by clicking HERE & use the code OPIW to save 5% when you sign up. Connect with Tania: ➣ website ➣Facebook Connect with me: ➣Website: www.ourpoweriswithin.com ➣ IG @OurPowerIsWithin ➣ FB: Our Power Is Within ➣Join the podcast Facebook group Check out my favorite product recommendations (good for us, good for the Earth) Alternative Self Healing Programs: CFS School DNRS PS: IF you aren't familiar with www.rewiringyourwellness.com - check them out - it is another wonderful resource for all things healing & rewiring. They have a really great blog as well as monthly speakers in the healing & rewiring community. Disclaimer: The Content provided on this podcast is for informational purposes only. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on this podcast. Individual results may vary. Show notes may contain affiliate links to products. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. Thank you for your support. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ourpoweriswithin/support
Have you noticed that your PMS mood symptoms are worsening the older you get? In this episode, I explain why this happens and what you can do about it. Connect with me on Instagram! Sign up for the Hormone Empowered Masterclass! Stop feeling like a victim of your hormones, and begin experiencing healing now! Schedule your Hormone Jumpstart Session! Podcast episode with my client, Heather Shuler: PMS Rage and Hating Your Hormones
Hear my client Adi describe how she healed her relationship with food and body image. Adi struggled with her weight and restrictive dieting since she was a child. She describes for you her transformation making peace with food and her body. She gives you her number one tip for gaining food freedom! More Client Transformation Podcasts: https://skinnyfitalicious.com/client-testimonials/ Weight Loss MasterClass: https://skinnyfitalicious.com/hormonal-weight-loss-class/ Free Weight Loss Consult: https://skinnyfitalicious.com/weight-loss-coaching/
It wouldn't surprise me if at some point in your life you've been dissatisfied with the way your body looks and feels. Maybe you've been on the diet rollercoaster, even under the guise of a reset or a reboot. Maybe you find that you're always thinking about food - what's healthy and what's not. If you are, you're not alone. Shame around the way our body looks (especially at menopause) is rife and that's why I wanted to interview the wonderful Nina Manolson, who is a Body Peace Coach.In today's episode we talk about
Take a wild and science-heavy ride through the world of hormone replacement therapy for women during their perimenopausal and menopausal years. Join Dr. Stephanie as she navigates the hormone maze and deciphers the difference between HRT and BHRT, all while exploring the somewhat baffling history of medical misconceptions that have left us wondering if HRT might just stand for "Hilariously Risky Treatment." Whether you're craving the full “dark roast” of scientific details or just want a "TLDR" hormone summary, we've got you covered in this episode!Links Mentioned:Women's Health Initiative - https://www.whi.orgLIVE LONGER and Feel Better By Using These HEALTHY LIVING Tips | BETTER! with Ben Bikman - https://youtu.be/-4uAlbnP7lw?si=oEMsgyXBxnwpdR-KThe SCIENCE Of How Fat ACTUALLY Works! | Dr. Benjamin Bikman - https://youtu.be/L17CyhJskNw?si=SmCZGZCxG-0F1xXbCDC Breast Cancer Statistics - https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/breast/statistics/index.htmNurse's Health Study - https://nurseshealthstudy.orgBook: Estrogen Matters - https://estrogenmatters.comLifetime Risk of Dying From Breast Cancer:https://www.cancer.org/cancer/risk-prevention/understanding-cancer-risk/lifetime-probability-of-developing-or-dying-from-cancer.htmlLifetime Risk of Developing Breast Cancerhttps://www.breastcancer.org/facts-statisticsLifetime Risk of CVD Development:https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/1389613Estrogen only increases uterine cancer:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/1186789/Estrogen + Progesterone nulls uterine CA:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3747849/Ridiculous scare tactic announcing halting of WHI:https://wayback.archive-it.org/org-350/20200921200315/https://www.nlm.nih.gov/databases/alerts/estrogen_progestin.htmlAtypical Femoral Fractureshttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3710007/Reduction of risk of fractures w estrogen use:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7421945/Estrogen reducing colorectal CA:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3836673/Episode Overview:0:00:00 Skepticism around hormone replacement therapy and mistreatment of women0:05:08 Introduction to Menopause and Definition0:07:55 Estrogen Plummets in Menopause, Symptoms and Effects0:10:03 FSH Levels: Normal vs. Tighter Range0:13:50 Optimal Range for Free T4 and Free T3 in Menopause0:16:53 Estrogen and Cardiovascular Protection0:19:31 The Benefits and Misconceptions of Estrogen0:27:27 High Risk: Cardiovascular Disease vs Breast Cancer0:29:12 Estrogen and Breast Cancer: A Common Misconception0:29:36 Estrogen Environment and Breast Cancer Risk in Older Women0:34:15 WHI Study: Nutritional and Hormone Replacement Arms0:38:20 The Controversial Study and Rushed Press Release0:41:31 Understanding Bioidentical Hormones0:48:38 Calcium, Vitamin D, and Estrogen in Osteoporosis Treatment0:52:02 The Benefits of HRT for Bone Health1:02:10 Legal and medical disclaimerWe are grateful to our sponsors:Inside tracker - get their best deal of 20% off by going to my special link insidetracker.com/drstephanie, and use code ESTEMA20.
Are you feeling frustrated about the way you seem to be gaining weight a round your belly? No matter what you try it just doesn't seem to go anywhere and so you get frustrated and go back to old habits? Then this episode if for you sister. Tune in to learn: What is really causing your belly fat Why women can be exercising every day, eating in a calories deficit AND still gain belly fat (like I did) 7 exercises to shift into fat burning ************************************************************************* The thought of weight release can be super daunting…where do you start? Will anything work bc of your age and hormones? Why is there so many conflicting protocols and advice out there? I have been there more times than I can count in my life and let me tell you sister, I am not going to leave you there in overwhelm any more. Take my hand and let me walk you through the 3 phase process I do every time I want to create change in my body, particularly during perimenopause when the shifting of hormones make traditional methods of weight loss complete bunk. So if you are ready to stop floundering and being lost, and you know you want changes in your body, grab something to take notes with and let's dive into this episode. Rate, Review and Follow on Apple Podcasts “I had no idea and am learning so much from Bria on The Period Whisperer Podcast.”
Doing one-on-one coaching with your client can be time-consuming, and it only limits the number of clients you can get. But how can you coach multiple clients? In this coaching call with Marnee Dejong, an Integrative Health Practitioner, she learned how to transition to group coaching and improve customer experience. Kendra also touches on paid ads and how they can be inexpensive for the health industry. Further to the conversation, Marnee learned the value of updating her program to provide a better coaching experience for her clients. Gain insights from this coaching call with Marnee today! Connect with Marnee:Website: www.marneedejongwellness.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/marnee.dejongJoin us in the best business building program for health coaches & practitioners. Apply by messaging the word 'biz audit' to me on Facebook or Instagram
Paul meets author and menopause expert, Michelle Rowlinson, to discuss the often-overlooked topic of perimenopause and menopause. Michelle shares her personal experience of going through perimenopause at a young age and the debilitating symptoms she faced. She highlights the lack of awareness and understanding surrounding perimenopause and menopause, both among women and healthcare professionals, shedding light on the need for greater awareness and support for women going through this natural phase of life. Do you want access to even deeper, even more powerful subconscious training content without the intros, exclusive invites to Mindset Change Masterminds, and discounts from workshops? Join the Mindset Change Another Level channel below: patreon.com/mindsetchange Mindset Change WhatsApp Community Link. Contact and social links below: https://mindsetchangeuk.com/useful-links KEY TAKEAWAYS Perimenopause is the transitional phase leading up to menopause, and menopause is defined as having no periods for 12 consecutive months. Post-menopause begins after 12 consecutive months and a day without periods. Perimenopause and menopause can cause a wide range of symptoms, with over 100 symptoms being reported. These symptoms can include weight gain, hair loss, acne, heart palpitations, anxiety, and more. It is important to advocate for yourself when seeking medical help for perimenopause and menopause. Keep a journal of your symptoms, ask to see a women's health trained doctor, and come prepared with questions and literature to educate your doctor. something to be eliminated. Embracing the wisdom and empowerment that can come with this stage of life is important, and seeking support from others who are going through similar experiences can be beneficial. BEST MOMENTS "I thought I had the onset of dementia. I just didn't know what was happening to me." "Doctors, actually, many of them haven't got a clue about perimenopause” "It's a natural part of what women's bodies go through. I just don't see why we would get rid of it." "It's a cultural conditioning for women to keep on going, keep on doing too much just to deal with that guilt." "We don't attract what we want in life, we attract what we are." VALUABLE RESOURCES Mindset Change Podcast Mindset Change Coaching The Mindset Coach UK Instagram Mindset Change YouTube Use code PAUL20 for your 20% discount at Numind: https://numindwellness.com/products/menopause-support-x-charlotte-hunter Empower Your Transition - https://businesscreationplanner.lpages.co/panaceapause-lead-magnet/?fbclid=IwAR3N53wNavG1J0Ch5opnOrHIZyWvb117w8z9XA0XPUQyWa9UQB6HLISuReQ You, Me Conquering Perimenopause & Menopause: How Intermittent Fasting and the Keto Diet Can Help You Get Your Life Back – Michelle Rawlinson - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0BRLRSZVG?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_dp_WNC70GHTXMBKAW8S9C7E Michelle Rowlinson Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/menopausewithmichelle/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA%3D%3D Panacea Pause Peri/menopause support - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1082560989097400/ ABOUT THE HOST Paul Sheppard Paul Sheppard is a life-transforming anxiety and mindset coach, hypnotherapist, and host of the top ten Mindset Change podcast. He is on a mission with his holistic approach to help everybody set themselves free from limiting mindsets and feel less anxious and more empowered. Paul coaches people 121 or in groups online around the world, and you can reach him here.This show was brought to you by Progressive Media
Katy Whalen is the founder of Joi Women's Wellness and like many of us in our 40's she started feeling less than her best. Her journey to feel better and looking better inspired her to start Joi and help as many women as possible feel better than they ever imagined possible. In this episode I ask Katy why she started Joi, how Joi helps women thrive in perimenopause and what most women come to her struggling with. We also discuss the safety of HRT, the difference between bioidentical and synthetic hormones as well as when you should start HRT and how long you should keep up with it. This episode is extremely informative and I want to help you have all the resources you need in order to help you feel and look your best in every stage of life. There is no one size fits all approach to perimenopause and I hope you find what works best for you! Check out Joi Women's Wellness at https://choosejoi.co/ And on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/joiwomenswellness/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/farfromperfectwithkylie/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/farfromperfectwithkylie/support
If your confidence is feeling flatter than a pancake on a Sunday morning, DO NOT miss this podcast episode. I work with women every day who are feeling a bit (or very) stagnant in their lives, so I teach them (or sometimes reteach them) 4 key practices to reignite their personal power (aka confidence). Even better, I have created a companion guide that walks you through each practice so you can reignite your own confidence in 24 hours or less. (Check out the podcast so you can find out how to get it delivered to your inbox for FREE.) I call these practices the Power Pak and today I am sharing them with you! In this episode, specifically, I will teach you: How to refocus on what truly matters to you, so you can ditch everything that isn't that! How to make decisions FAST that align with your priorities, so you can stop wasting time being ruled by overwhelm. How to design a plan for your day that you will actually be excited to show up for to execute. The single most important practice for reigniting and maintaining your confidence to go after what you really want. These are the 4 skills I use daily to help clients pivot from feeling riddled with self-doubt and overwhelm to feeling clear and confident. If you implement the tools, I am sure it will help you to do the same! You can listen here: https://graceandgrit.com/podcast-342/ MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Woman Reignited Power Pak: https://graceandgrit.com/womanreignited **** Are you loving the Grace & Grit Podcast? Leave a Review: https://graceandgrit.com/podcastreview Ready to Rumble? Join me in the Rumble & Rise Arena at https://graceandgrit.com/readytorumble Looking for more Grace & Grit? Visit https://graceandgrit.com/
EP 91: Are you an “empty nester” or getting close? I am what I call a "half empty nester” with my oldest kid who just went to college ten days ago. Are you redefining your role as a mom in midlife? I sure am! Have 1 or more kids in college or out of the house? Are you a midlife mom looking for more meaning, purpose and connection? Perhaps feeling slightly irrelevant and/or invisible? Me too! Then this episode is for you! If you are experiencing the empty nest process yourself (or preparing to in the next little while) then I might have everything you need to tackle this new step in your life. You'll learn: About moving out of denial and into acceptance. Yes, you have a child that is old enough to graduate from high school and move out of the house No, that doesn't mean you're irrelevant. Listen to find out why Expect the tears to come in the unexpected moments, you can't plan for those emotions Partial acceptance is a step in the right direction Navigating the stage of self pity How I feel like I am in a “Jell-o State” & the “Ugh Hotel” Let's Talk Midlife! My half empty nest breakdown led to me creating my first 3 day free live workshop called Let's Talk Midlife. It's September 19, 20 and 21st-one hour each day, live with me on Zoom10am-11am PST / 1pm-2pm EST. Day 1: Kids are leaving, now what? Day 2: What's next for me? Day 3: F*ck fear. INTERESTED? CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION Looking forward to connecting with you! Here are some ways to connect with me! THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC SHOW NOTES: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/episodes/91 THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/theflexibleneurotic/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC WEBSITE: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC EMAIL: email@example.com
“Your labs look normal - you must be a busy mom,” your doctor tells you. ‘Normal? How can that be? I can hardly function, I'm so tired,' you think to yourself. Or maybe you have other hormonal symptoms - no libido? Weight gain? Mood shifts? Loss of energy? My guest today is Marcella Hill. She is not only an entrepreneur, speaker and author, but she is your go-to person for eye-opening videos and conversations about symptoms that aren't always talked about when it comes to perimenopause and hormones.Marcella is building a fantastic community of women that is full of hope, information and resources you need on how to get help - what to do next - and how to get back on track to feeling good again. I'm excited for you to hear her story.Note: This is not medical advice in any way - but sharing our journeys can be so helpful. It's important to remember that every person's experience with hormones - perimenopause/menopause is unique, and what works for one person may not work for another. Seeking guidance from a healthcare provider who specializes in hormone management can be helpful in finding the right treatment plan for your needs.Resources Mentioned:Marcella Hill's Websites - Join Her Community:wakeherup.comarcellahill.comBook Mentioned:Wake Her Up: If You Feel Like Something's Missing, It's You - by Marcella Hill------Subscribe to You Can Do Amazing Things and if you would please leave a rating and review - that would mean the world to me! xo - HollieI'd love to connect!DM me on Instagram @hollierumman | Leave me a voicemail >> Website
To kick off Season 5, we're looking at the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) of the perimenopause and menopause. Because let's face it, we've all got questions and there are some subjects that you might not feel too comfortable asking about. But fear no more! I'm chatting to the brilliant Julie Robinson, founder of Meno Health and Move It, Or Lose It, who's helped thousands of women over the years. Her new book has collated some of the most common (and some not so common!) questions and concerns and she's worked with a number of experts to provide the answers. FAQs on Menopause: Your Questions Answered is a great little book and I'd urge you to add it to your bookshelf, because you won't regret it. In this episode, I pulled out a selection of questions from the book which cover some of the burning issues familiar to so many of us as we go through perimenopause and menopause.We discuss anxiety, facial hair, HRT, joint pain and managing the menopause at work and Julie shares some really sound, practical advice on how to manage all of these. She's kind, funny, engaging and has the unbeatable knack of making exercise fun! Julie has made it her life's work to get women and girls of all ages moving more, to support our physical and mental health and wellbeing. She founded Menohealth after her own experience of early menopause, so this is a woman who knows all about the challenges of this phase of life. Julie is a real breath of fresh air and I absolutely loved chatting to her, so tune in to hear more about those key questions that so many of us struggle with. Check out the full Show Notes for this episode on my website www.well-well-well.co.uk/podcast, where you'll find all the relevant links and references for my guest. Learn how to build your own menopause diet to manage your symptoms with my latest book The Happy Menopause: Smart Nutrition to Help You Flourish.
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
“When we say ‘treatment for menopause,' it implies that menopause is a disease, when really it's a normal and expected time of life,” says Dr. Anna Barbieri, an integrative medicine physician and specialist in menopause certified by the North American Menopause Society. That attentiveness to word choice is reflective of a new perspective that's driving Dr. Barbieri and her peers to see menopause more holistically than in the past and to forge new approaches to the care they provide. "Menopause care is not checkbox medicine. We have to work with our patients individually," Barbieri shares with special guest host Dr. Deborah Enegess, herself a practicing gynecologist as well as a clinical content writer for Osmosis. A personalized approach involves tailoring care plans that take exercise, nutrition, sleep, stress management and other lifestyle and psychological factors into account in an effort to help patients feel better in the short term and longer term. Providers also have to contend with a shift in long-held thinking about the use of hormone therapy and a bewildering array of supplements that are touted as effective remedies for various symptoms. To help sort through all of this complexity, new resources have come on the scene in recent years, including the digital platform Elektra Health -- of which Barbieri is the founding physician -- that describes its mission as “smashing the menopause taboo.” Check out this engaging exploration of what looks to be a promising time for women in search of individualized, integrated and informed care during their menopause journey.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.elektrahealth.com/
Dr. Klara Brown, an expert in women's health, brings fifteen years of specialized experience in fertility support, endometriosis, PCOS, and other chronic hormonal and gynecological conditions. As a New York City-based Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, she passionately explores the intricate healing properties of herbal medicine. Sanguin, Dr. Brown's extraordinary creation, goes beyond conventional remedies. It embodies her profound empathy for patients with chronic pelvic pain and her personal journey through dealing with menstrual cramps. Through meticulous formulation and rigorous testing, Dr. Brown has developed an astoundingly effective blend. Remarkably, in her initial informal trials, every single participant experienced a significant reduction or elimination of pelvic pain. Moreover, with considerable attention given to both texture and scent, Dr. Brown has delivered Sanguin as an indulgent tapestry of self-care, fostering a new conversation for feminine healing and well-being. Timestamps 1:20 - Dr. Klara's treatment formula for gynecological pain 6:57 - Period pain is common but it's not normal 17:50 - The importance of checking your fertility health (even if you don't want to have a baby) 29:11 - Perimenopause symptoms and the why behind them 38:54 - Being proactive about reducing period cramps 52:33 - Herbs that can soothe during the pre-menstrual and menstrual phases Resources Mentioned Discount code: JOYFUL15 for 15% off shopsanguin.com, @shopsanguin
Do you have symptoms such as feeling wired but tired at night, struggling to get out of bed in the morning even if you have been getting at least 7 hours of sleep, daily fatigue, brain fog, and problems with memory and decision-making, lack of hunger in the morning or hunger ALL DAY LONG? Then you are likely struggling with a funky circadian rhythm and this episode is for YOU. Tune in to learn: 1. What a circadian rhythm is 2. Why it matters in perimenopause 3. How to know if yours needs help 4. My seven tips that I call the SIMPLE method to help you get you back on track Doors are OPEN for the brand new signature course Midlife Mojo here: https://www.briatheperiodwhisperer.com/midlife-mojo It is a 12 week course that we will commit to together and it is designed to: 1. Get You Out Of Hormonal chaos (including mood swings, night sweats & heavy periods), 2. Eliminate and Heal Inflammation in your body (no more bloating, brain fog, exhaustion and cravings) Optimize your Metabolism (bring on the energy!) 3. Shift into Fat Burning Mode (hello results so you will Release The Weight….and guess what? I am guaranteeing it. Start shifting into fat burning NOW! Lock in your results NOW! https://www.briatheperiodwhisperer.com/midlife-mojo
In this episode I talk about perimenopause, it's symptoms and how they can affect you. I normalize PM and discuss how you are not alone. You can visit my website www.drnicolearkadie.com to gain more information about the upcoming You Matter Too Moms Empowerment Summit. If you want additional resources to assist you in personal and professional development then visit https://aaonlineacademy.org where you can gain access to quick, interactive, online courses that are designed for you.
Once you start experiencing perimenopause symptoms, can you still get pregnant? What are the best options for birth control during perimenopause? All these questions and more are answered in this episode! Save your seat at the Hormone Empowered Masterclass! Connect with me on Instagram! Crio Bru
As a young mother of four, Jennifer Woodward experienced mood swings, panic attacks, insomnia and weight gain after the birth of her third child. Unable to find relief in traditional western medicine, she stumbled upon functional diagnostic nutrition and its ability to analyze real data to understand hormonal and digestive issues. As a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, Jennifer now supports women in the journey from their reproductive years to perimenopause and beyond. With her expertise and passion, Jennifer is committed to helping women enjoy optimal health and well-being through balanced nutrition. Inside this episode:[00:03:20] Jennifer's story of hormonal imbalance after her third child.[00:09:13] Adverse effects of synthetic birth control hormones.[00:12:19] Common age of perimenopause in women.[00:17:06] Redefining productivity to suit ourselves.[00:20:46] Stress and its impact on perimenopause.[00:27:04] Weight gain and balanced nutrition during perimenopause is common.[00:31:04] Functional lab work reveals hormonal imbalance. [00:35:58] The evolution of hormone therapy.[00:41:03] The power of protein for maintaining health.[00:43:53] Nourishing food choices for perimenopause goals. Listeners can get the D.R.E.S.S. for Health Success© Guidebook for free!Connect with Jennifer Woodward through her website: jenniferwoodwardnutrition.com/Learn more at https://happifiedlife.com or join the conversation in the Live with Less Stress facebook group.
EP 90: You know that doctor or place that you have dreamed of that has all the answers to the peri/menopause saga? Tired of using words like “down there” to describe your vagina? Ready to get straight to the point with your doctor about what's really going on? You want real answers. You aren't crazy. Do you have issues with your pelvic floor or experience painful sex? Sick of not feeling supported by your midlife healthcare team? Ready to discuss sexual wellness in midlife? Looking for a place that is educated in women's health? Then this episode is for you! Join me, doctor Sarah Milken in a direct and informative conversation called “The Midlife Pelvic Playground: The Mind-Body Connection” I am joined by two guests with expertise in women's sexual health and wellness. Dr. Michael Krychman, a board certified OB/GYN and sexual health counselor and is taking the lead on mental health for HerMD. My second guest is Carine Carmy, Co-Founder and CEO of Origin, a pelvic floor therapy company. This special episode is sponsored by HerMD, a revolutionary women's healthcare brand that was created to support midlife women in this stage of life. So grab your golden sh*t shovels because we are digging deep into everything from midlife sex, the pelvic floor and to advocating for yourself at the doctor, you won't want to miss it! Some Highlights: Pelvic floor therapy Menopause support system who actually listens HerMd Origin Pelvic Care “Deal with it” and “drink a glass of wine” are red flag statements from your doctor The Mind-Body Connection The importance of sex in midlife Self advocacy at the doctor The midlife miracle of HerMD Sign up for the 8 week Midlife Brunch Table Experience: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/waitlist Looking forward to connecting with you! Here are some ways to connect with me! THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC SHOW NOTES: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/episodes/90 THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/theflexibleneurotic/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC WEBSITE: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to episode 72 of The Eat for Endurance Podcast! Today's guest is sports dietitian Dina Griffin, MS, RDN, CSSD, CISSN, who I invited on the show to chat about Peri- and Postmenopause nutrition for female athletes. Dina is the Owner and Founder of The Nutrition Mechanic, and she also co-hosts the Inside Sports Nutrition podcast with fellow sports RD, Bob Seebohar. Some of Dina's specialities include endurance sports nutrition, women's health and athletes in peri- and postmenopause, so I knew she'd be a great match for this topic!I'm not in perimenopause yet, but I certainly will be at some point in the not-so-distant future, so this topic is of great personal interest to me. Peri- and postmenopause also is so important for us active women to speak openly about. Much more nutrition research is needed in this area, but there are some strategies that we can adopt both before and during perimenopause to mitigate some of the changes that may occur later on. Dina and I go into all the details, but it's worth mentioning that eating ENOUGH everyday is one of the most important nutrition considerations for these phases of life (do you see a common theme here in these episodes?!). I hope you give this one a listen, even if you feel like perimenopause is far away for you, because what you're doing with your nutrition RIGHT NOW will have an impact years down the line. As 53 and 41 year olds, respectively, Dina and I both have a lot to say about nutrition to our younger selves!Thanks Dina for a great chat, and wishing you the best of luck in your upcoming 100 miler! Links & Resources, and Announcements:Dina's Website: https://nutritionmechanic.com/Follow on Instagram and FacebookDina's podcast, Inside Sports NutritionHer program for 40+ women ultrarunnersInternational society of sports nutrition position stand: nutritional concerns of the female athleteHave nutrition questions, a guest or topic request, or any other feedback? Email me - email@example.com.Please show your support by subscribing to the show, giving it a 5 star rating and review, and sharing it with your friends!If you can afford to support the show financially, please visit my Patreon page to make a donationYou can also shop my Amazon storefront or use this affiliate homepage link to do your usual Amazon shoppingMusic Credit: Joseph McDadeDisclaimer – all information provided is for educational and entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to replace individual medical and nutrition recommendationsSupport the showThanks for listening! Follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter (@eatforendurance).
Holistic Health Coach, Bria Gadd is here as we delve into the fascinating world of perimenopause and its often-misunderstood intricacies. Did you know that about 45% of women mistakenly think perimenopause and menopause are one and the same? Let's clear that up. Perimenopause is like a reverse puberty, hitting around age 35. It's when our reproductive hormones shift from ovaries to the adrenal glands, causing a rollercoaster of symptoms like weight gain, brain fog, and those dreaded night sweats.Now, what's truly intriguing is how these symptoms stem from a dance between progesterone and estrogen. Imagine, when one's off-balance, the other follows suit. Progesterone, highly sensitive to stress and inflammation, often takes a backseat as the adrenal system steps in. But here's the kicker: 75% of symptomatic women aren't seeking help! We'll explore ways to let your hormones heal themselves. Quality sleep (7-9 hours ladies!), proper hydration, and stress reduction through nutrition and movement form the pillars of rejuvenation. So, dive in with a positive mindset – this transition can be a catalyst for empowerment. Remember, change is our forte; embrace it and emerge stronger.Find Bria at the following:Her WebsiteInstagramThe Period Whisperer PodcastMake sure to join me the week of September 17th for the 5-Day, 5-Minute "Me Time" ChallengeBook a NEXT STEPS Call to see if the Midlife in Motion LIVE program is for you!Find me on my Website:https://www.lesleylmcshane.comEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFREE Guide: 4 Steps To Prioritize Your Health & Wellness This Week (And Actually Do It!) Connect with me on Instagram:Get the Redesigning Midlife UpdatesFind your community at the private Redesigning Midlife Facebook Group Get your MENO WELL bars (formerly Bossa Bars) - Use LESLEY10 for 10% off your first orderCheck out Kion and get the Redesigning Midlife Discount - 20% off subscriptions and 10% off individual orders.Need a good, reliable, clean, and professional Plumber? Call 1-Tom-Plumber - The Name Is The Phone Number
Leoh Blooms is a queer, fluid, and nonbinary-trans trauma-informed mentor and Pro Dom. Everything they do in their practice focuses on intimacy, mental health, gender, sex, and practical self-care. They help clients aged 21 and up to create lives they don't need to hide from by offering various levels of support in a power dynamic format, using kink for fun and as a healing modality. Listen to Leoh talk about coming out at the age of 45, jumping through medical hoops when a gender fluid person needs medical care, and explain what a Pro Dom actually IS and DOES. In response, Ellie talks about working in an office located upstairs from an old-school dominatrix, and Julia explores the idea of using a rope-tying technique for self-soothing. This was not our usual rodeo, and we liked it. We think you will, too. Topics and timestamps11:30 - Instant menopause after a radical hysterectomy13:57 - Justifying the medical need for Testosterone as a non-transitioning person19:25 - Coming out at the age of 45 to a family that includes a husband and five children27:47 - What it means to work as a Pro-Dom40:27 - Steps the medical community should take to help gender fluid people43:33 - Celebrating a non-monogamous marriage commitmentHandles and sitesLeoh's websiteLeoh's InstaList of Resources MentionedFDA Approves First Nonprescription Daily Oral Contraceptive - OpillAdenomyosisDiscovering Gender Fluidity: A Late Bloomer's Journey to Self-Acceptance Chrononormativity by Leoh BloomsOther LinksFor 10% off Erin's Faces in the month of August, enter CTD at checkoutSchedule a FREE Zoom with Julia at Julia G WellnessSupport the showBe one of the helpers! SUBSCRIBE to this podcast on APPLE PODCASTS or SPOTIFY and leave us a review on APPLE PODCASTS.
Is it really possible to avoid weight gain? The mood swings, no libido, dry skin, thinning hair, joint pain, headaches, hot flashes, belly fat, vaginal dryness, and all the other lovely side effects associated with perimenopause and menopause? In This Episode of The Chalene Show, Chalene Johnson, dives deep into the often-misunderstood stages of perimenopause and menopause, providing a comprehensive look into managing symptoms, hormonal imbalances, and long-term health risks. If you're over 35 and experiencing changes in weight, mood, or overall health, this episode is a must-listen. Understand the significant effect of menopause and perimenopause on weight, hormone regulation, and overall health. Why a healthy lifestyle and diet alone might not be enough to combat hormonal imbalances during these stages. Discover how hormones like leptin, ghrelin, and cortisol get dysregulated during menopause, contributing to weight gain and other health issues. Learn to be your own health advocate when navigating a healthcare system that may not be attentive to your individual needs. Chalene discusses HRT - Hormone Replacement Therapy - emphasizing the importance of personal consultation with healthcare providers specializing in menopause. Practical tips on locating healthcare providers who specialize in menopausal care. Why starting early interventions can make your menopausal journey smoother and more manageable. She will also give you practical takeaways like which lifestyle changes can be used to control rising cortisol levels, the benefits of switching from high-intensity workouts to walking and weight training for hormone balance and longevity and the benefits of incorporating collagen and magnesium into your routine. Watch this episode on YouTube! Links from today's episode: Obesity and Menopause Research Menopausal Hormone Replacement Therapy Research Magnesium and Women's Health Article Recommended Physicains Chalene Johnson's Weekly Workout Routine Episode YouTube Listen Bio Oil Join me on Patreon 7 Days for FREE!! THE ULTIMATE show for Lifers who want insider-girlfriend-relatable content. In other words, lots more tea! Go to http://chalene.com/more To get the exclusive offer for my listeners go to magbreakthrough.com/chalene and enter code CHALENE to get 10% off any order plus a special gift Thank you to our Sponsor!!! Organifi!!! Go to Organifi.com/chalene and Use the Code CHALENE for 20% off all products! Try Lume the Whole Body Deodorant! Get over $5 off your starter pack bundle with code CHALENE at lumedeodorant.com/chalene We would love to hear from you! Leave your questions or messages for Chalene RIGHT HERE To advertise on our podcast, please reach out to email@example.com and mention The Chalene Show Join our awesome PodSquad on Facebook here! Sign Up For MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER Links You May Want to Check out: Subscribe to Subscribe to Build Your Tribe!!! Check out Bret's Course Money Matters 101 at Chalene.com/moneymatters Be sure to check out the Push Journals and Notebooks!! Go to PushJournal.com Join Phase it Up and start creating healthier habits, it isn't like other diets or programs! PhaseItUp.com Join the InstaClubHub to go deep in learning all the latest tips and strategies to Instagram growth and engagement! InstaClubHub.com Check out all the Discounts and some of Chalene's favorite things at Chalene.com/Deals Send Chalene a text message at (619) 500-4819 Connect with me on your fav social platform: Instagram: www.Instagram.com/ChaleneJohnson Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Chalene TikTok: @chaleneOfficial Twitter: www.Twitter.com/ChaleneJohnson Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes!!! Get episode show notes here: www.chalenejohnson.com/podcast Hey! Send me a tweet & tell me what you think about the show! (Use the Hashtag) #The Chalene Show so I know you're a homie! XOXO Chalene
This episode is sponsored by Julva. Get your free trial of Julva (with just a small shipping fee) at dranna.com/nataliejill -- you definitely want this! I use it. I love it, and I won't go without it. In this episode, you will learn: What signs & symptoms you should look for if you believe you're perimenopausal How to help with symptoms of menopause naturally What to do after Dr. Google Why it's ok to ask even more questions to better your wellness in midlife About Dr. Joelene Brighten: Dr. Jolene Brighten is a board certified naturopathic endocrinologist, clinical sexologist, and prominent leader in women's medicine. A fierce patient advocate and completely dedicated to uncovering the root cause of hormonal imbalances, Dr. Brighten empowers women worldwide to take control of their health and their hormones. She is an international speaker, clinical educator, medical advisor within the tech community, and considered a leading authority on women's health. Dr. Brighten is also part of the MindBodyGreen Collective and a faculty member for the American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine. Her work has been featured in the New York Post, Forbes, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post, Bustle, The Guardian, and ABC News.
There are very few key opinion leaders that hold extensive certifications in functional and integrative medicine who not only lecture, mentor, and teach but also continue to practice full-time and harness decades of clinical expertise like Dr. Filomena Trindade. An internationally sought-after speaker, and mentor to hundreds of clinicians, Dr. Trindade continually scours literature for the latest research on hormonal and metabolic health. Her latest focus has been cardiovascular disease. On today's episode, we dive into the latest insights regarding cardiovascular disease in women with Dr. Filomena Trindade. We discuss the interplay between women's hormones, insulin resistance, and metabolic health. Today on The Lab Report: 4:20 Meet Dr. Filomena Trindade 6:40 State of the evidence regarding women's health and cardiovascular disease 11:25 Atypical lipid patterns in hormone dysregulation 14:20 Discrepancies in pain patterns – men vs. women 16:30 Atherogenesis and inflammation in women 19:50 The role of SNPs and hormone regulation 22:45 Perimenopause and menopause mechanisms in heart disease 25:00 Metabolic health and the hormone symphony 30:00 Biomarkers, visceral adiposity, and insulin resistance 35:25 Radiologic scanning, body impedance measurement, and physical exam 38:00 Increasing muscle mass vs. decreasing carbohydrates 41:10 Mentorship for new clinicians 46:30 The Fireball Additional Resources: drtrindade.com 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: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
Women are not small men. We have different needs as we age. As women age, we experience additional hormonal changes associated with perimenopause and menopause. These changes can affect energy levels, body composition, and overall well-being. Dr. Stacy Sims' work has been revolutionary in empowering women to understand and embrace our unique physiology so we can continue feeling strong and vital in the years between childbirth and menopause. In this episode: Changes in exercise during peri / menopause Strength versus cardio training for women Why Zone 2 training is not ideal for women How to avoid belly weight gain ("meno-pot") in perimenopause Sleep disturbances and hypoglycemia Debunking the misconception that carbohydrates should be limited or avoided Weighing in on nutrition, eg protein, carbs, creatine, BCAA/amino acids, collagen Protein tips for vegan athletes and the importance of spacing out protein intake throughout the day What to do about feeling overwhelmingly achy and tired Creatine - why 3g a day may be useful for women across all ages You can get FULL EPISODE TRANSCRIPTS here. >> GET THE SHOW NOTES: https://www.onairella.com/post/310-stacy-sims Follow Ella on Instagram @onairwithella Let's chat! Leave a message for Ella at +1 (202) 681-0388
Today, I am blessed to have Dr. Anna Cabeca, internationally-acclaimed menopause and sexual health expert, global speaker, and pioneering promoter of women's health. She is Emory University-trained and triple board-certified in gynecology and obstetrics, integrative medicine, and anti-aging and regenerative medicine. She is the author of “The Hormone Fix,” a diet and holistic lifestyle program for menopausal women. Join our signature course The Keto Kamp Academy 45 Day Keto Flex Reset Program & get your FREE at-home inflammation testing kit here: http://www.ketokampdeal.com Her specialty areas include bio-identical hormone treatments and natural hormone balancing strategies. She has received extensive notoriety for her virtual transformational programs, including Women‘s Restorative Health, Sexual CPR®, and Magic Menopause. She created the successful and popular alkaline superfoods drink Mighty Maca® PLUS and a top-selling, rejuvenating feminine vulvar cream for women, Julva®. In her spare time, Dr. Cabeca hosts the highly-regarded series “Couch Talk,” featuring compelling podcasts focused on a wide variety of important health and wellness topics. She was named “2018 Innovator of the Year” by Mindshare, the #1 conference for health and wellness influencers, and was also honored with the prestigious 2017 Alan P. Mintz Award, presented annually by the Age Management Medicine Group to the most outstanding physician who displays clinical excellence and entrepreneurship. In this episode, Dr. Anna Cabeca is back to talk about her latest book, MenuPause. Dr. Cabeca wanted to write the book to help women who are getting stuck, hitting a plateau, and are feeling frustrated. In a quick window of time, Dr. Cabeca can help women feel improvements and feel empowered regarding their health. Plus, Dr. Cabeca discusses maintaining healthy ovarian function and the importance of ketones for women between 35 and 55. Tune in as we chat about the power of gratitude, progesterone cream, and the unique menu plans to help with your weight loss journey. Order your copy of MenuPause here. / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Good Idea Functional Sparkling Water Drinks. Visit http://www.goodidea.us and use the coupon code BEN at checkout. EveryDay Dose Everything you love about coffee, none of what you don't — say goodbye to jitters, anxiety, crash, and digestive issues. https://everydaydose.superfiliate.com/KETOKAMP (5 FREE Travel Packs + Free Frother applied) Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. Join our signature course The Keto Kamp Academy 45 Day Keto Flex Reset Program & get your FREE at-home inflammation testing kit here: http://www.ketokampdeal.com [00:55] Why Dr. Anna Cabeca Wrote The Book MenuPause Dr. Cabeca wanted to write the book because women are getting stuck. It can feel frustrating when you're doing everything right, and you hit a plateau. Hot flashes, weight gain, and energy issues are massive symptoms. Menopause is natural. However, suffering is optional. In a quick window of time, we can feel improvements and feel empowered. [07:10] The Importance of Maintaining Healthy Ovarian Function We can restore and keep healthy ovarian function by looking at hormone disrupters and clearing them from our bodies. Plus, we should support the liver and detoxification. Healthy habits will allow us to have our menstrual cycles for longer - it's a longevity marker. One of the risk factors for diabetes and pre-diabetes is menopause. A higher risk factor is if you've had a hysterectomy. Thirdly, if you've had your ovaries removed, you have a significantly higher risk of diabetes. If you had your ovaries removed, even before 65, your risk of cardiovascular disease is almost double. The association with diabetes tells how important it is to maintain healthy ovarian function. [09:10] Why Women Need More Ketones Between The Ages of 35 and 55 During ages 35 - 55, the use of glucose in a women's brain significantly decreases. Instead, you shift to using ketones for fuel in the brain. Dr. Cabeca emphasizes the importance of greens. Depending on your symptoms, you have to pause greens, or you may have to pause meat. Sometimes we need to challenge our gut bacteria, and sometimes, we have to support digestive enzymes. It depends on your unique needs. [14:15] Why You May Want To Consider Using A Progesterone Cream Dr. Anna Cabeca is a massive fan of progesterone. There are progesterone receptors in our brain, bones, and breasts. Progesterone supports healthy breast tissue. Plus, progesterone will support healthy metabolism and healthy neuroendocrine function. Dr. Cabeca has used progesterone in men for anxiety and insomnia; it is a total game-changer. Oral progesterone is excellent if you are working on sleep. Check out Balance if you're looking for a progesterone cream: https://drannacabeca.com/products/pura-balance-ppr-cream. [22:40] Gratitude and Positive Thinking Can Make You Happier You have to pause negative thinking. Negative thoughts will predominate our lives if we allow them to. Try gratitude and praying. There is always something to be grateful for. Gratitude is so easy to do, making it easy not to do. People have 60,000 thoughts per day - most of them are negative. It's time to pause and think about gratitude. [28:45] Using Mighty Maca To Alkalize The Body and Balance Hormones Ideally, we're working on restoring our natural ovarian production or natural adrenal production. When Dr. Cabeca looks at fertility, she will look at a 21-day progesterone level. Mighty Maca is something Dr.Cabeca recommends for adrenal support. One of Dr. Cabeca's clients used Mighty Maca to fix her progesterone levels and finally get pregnant. Get Mighty Maca here: https://drannacabeca.com/products/mighty-maca [33:10] Unique Plans To Break Through Your Weight Loss Plateau If you hit a plateau, it's time to pause and try something new. There are five different six-day menu plans. The gut mucosa regenerates every 72 hours. So a six-day plan will give you two 72 hour cycles. Here are some of the menu plans: Pausing nightshades Plant-based menu Carnivore menu A cleanse with a gallbladder liver flush Adding healthy carbs AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out Dr. Anna Cabeca's Website: https://drannacabeca.com/ Follow Dr. Anna Cabeca Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegirlfrienddoctor/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thegirlfrienddoctor Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/thegirlfrienddoctor/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thegirlfrienddoctor Read MenuPause: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0593234499/benazadi-20 Dr. Anna Cabeca, Alkaline Keto Foods to Eat, Combat Cortisol & Stress With Oxytocin : KKP 138: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-keto-kamp-podcast-with-ben-887420/episodes/dr-anna-cabeca-alkaline-keto-f-59309078 Get Keto-Green: https://drannacabeca.com/collections/keto-green Mighty Maca here: https://drannacabeca.com/products/mighty-maca Balance: https://drannacabeca.com/products/pura-balance-ppr-cream Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Join our signature course The Keto Kamp Academy 45 Day Keto Flex Reset Program & get your FREE at-home inflammation testing kit here: http://www.ketokampdeal.com / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. 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