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Dr. Morgan's Postpartum Part 2 is here! In episode #43 we discussed sleeping and resting during the postpartum season, so in today's episode we are talking all about breastfeeding and postpartum nutrition. On breastfeeding, we break down the theories on the causes of oral ties, pacifiers for breastfed babies, pumping schedules, and reflux. We then discuss the importance of postpartum nutrition, what types of food to prioritize, how to set up a meal train, and more! This is a real and raw look inside of the beautiful, yet challenging postpartum phase of a mother! Listen in! RESOURCES MENTIONED: Needed's Prenatal - Check it out HERE Use code HEALTHYMOTHER to save 20% off your first order Dr. Morgan's FREE Postpartum Planning Guide HERE Episode #12 - A Deep Dive into Lip and Tongue Ties Episode #43 - Dr. Morgan's Postpartum: On Sleeping and Resting FOLLOW US HERE: Dr. Morgan: Website | Instagram Dr. Leah: Website | Instagram
Dr. Robyn Thompson. She is a respected Midwife, Maternal Child & Family Health Nurse (MCaFHN), Breastfeeding Specialist, and founder of The Thompson Method (TTM) Breastfeeding Program. Dr. Robyn has 50 years of experience as a hospital and homebirth midwife, and she is no stranger to the hardships of motherhood she has seen the standard of care within the hospital system repeatedly fail both pre-and post-natal women. Recently, Dr. Robyn was awarded the Order of Australia Medal for her exceptional dedication and outstanding achievements in the medical field as a midwife and breastfeeding specialist. Dr. Robyn is passionate about giving women the confidence and knowledge to make informed decisions for themselves and their babies – even when faced with unexpected or difficult situations. She would be happy to discuss the very real struggles with breastfeeding. Dr. Robyn could also elaborate on how we can rethink hospital systems to reduce complications, the importance of asserting your rights in the hospital, and the influence of labor and birth choices on breastfeeding success. Take The Thompson Method Breastfeeding Course https://www.thethompsonmethod.com/breastfeeding-course Connect with Liz https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://www.Elizabethjoy.co Get the First Trimester Survival Guide https://elizabethjoy.co/freebie Sponsors: JenniKayne Our listeners get 15% off your first order when you use code CHAVA at checkout at https://jennikayne.com Lume new customers get $5 off Lume's Starter Pack with code CHAVA at LumeDeodorant.com Blissy Get better sleep now with Blissy and use code CHAVA to get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/CHAVA Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm
Welcome back to the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast. In this episode, our newest cohost Jael Marajh engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Texas-based CPM, Catrice Harris.Catrice shares her personal journey into midwifery, including a big jump from Corporate America. She also shares some insider perspectives from her role as the Treasurer for the National Association of Certified Professional Midwives (NACPM) on the organization's goals and outlines the challenges and aspirations for CPMs in the United States.Beyond conventional prenatal care, the discussion delves into the pressing need for education long before pregnancy starts, as well as the critical need for enhanced education for providers working with BIPOC women.Join us as we navigate these vital topics, gaining insights into the future of prenatal care through Catrice's hopeful vision. This episode is a must-listen for those passionate about women's health, education, and the evolution of prenatal care towards a more inclusive and compassionate model.Show Resources:Babysbeststart.org
Co-host: Tom Druke, Balchem Corporation & Dr. Eric Ciappio, Balchem CorporationGuests: Dr. Stephen Hursting & Dr. Susan Smith, University of North Carolina Nutrition Research Institute; Dr. Steven Zeisel, University of North Carolina; Dr. Kevin Klatt, University of California, Berkeley; Dr. Richard Canfield, Cornell University; Dr. Colin Carter, Columbia University; Dr. Joe McFadden, Cornell UniversityToday's episode was filmed at the Future Directions in Choline Symposium put on by the University of North Carolina Nutrition Research Institute.Our first guests are Dr. Stephen Hursting and Dr. Susan Smith, the director and deputy director of the UNC Nutrition Research Institute. Steve and Susan give some background regarding the inspiration behind the conference as well as what will be covered during the symposium. The gathering is an opportunity to get the leading choline researchers together to update each other and build the momentum of choline research. The last time choline researchers gathered was in 1998, when requirements were set. (0:50)The next guest on our roster is Dr. Mark Manary, a professor of pediatrics at the Washington University School of Medicine. Mark's symposium talk discusses choline and food aid. Food aid products are specially designed to address needs from crisis situations. These specialized food aid products are standardized to meet great deficiency or inadequacy needs. On the most extreme side, there is a product called ready-to-eat therapeutic food for children who are starving to death. Other food aid products include those for children who are severely underweight. Dr. Manary's research consists of clinical trials in sub-Saharan Africa that include different nutrients in food aid to see if there are improvements in children's responses. One trial with the inclusion of DHA found a 6-15 IQ point difference by adding fish oil or DHA. Mark hypothesizes that a doubling of that effect will be observed when choline is added. (6:52)Next up is Dr. Kevin Klatt with the University of California - Berkeley. His symposium talk consisted of choline and DHA, focusing on two areas of his work. The first is dietary choline's impact on the production of phosphatidylcholine species enriched in the omega-three DHA, specifically in pregnancy. The second is interactions between lauric acid and choline, where a phosphatidylcholine species can actually bind to proteins that turn genes on and off. In one experiment, Kevin's group hypothesized that inadequate choline intake during pregnancy compromises the efficient handling of DHA by the liver. They showed in a randomized controlled trial that supplementation with choline dramatically improved the status indicators of DHA status. (17:33)Our fourth segment features Dr. Richard Canfield from Cornell University, whose symposium talk focused on choline and neurodevelopment. Rick is a developmental psychologist by training who works in infant and early child cognition. He has researched visual cognition and speed of information processing with babies in the first year of life for women who received a diet containing the recommended intake of choline and those who received double the recommended intake during pregnancy. They found that cognition improved for babies in the high choline group over their first year of age, which was maintained until seven years of age. The cohort is now 14 years old, and additional testing is being conducted to see if in utero exposure to choline still impacts the children 14 years later. (29:51)Dr. Robert Colin Carter from Columbia University is our next guest. His talk focused on choline and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). His research has mainly been fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, with a particular interest in how both maternal and child nutrition might impact the teratogenic effects of alcohol. Prenatal alcohol exposure is the most common preventable cause of developmental delay worldwide, and a common view might be that women should just stop drinking. Dr. Carter argues that view is shortsighted because alcohol use is a really complicated problem for a lot of people. Asking someone who has an alcohol use disorder to stop drinking is probably not realistic for a lot of women. In animal models, supplementing a pregnant dam with choline seems to ameliorate at least some of the teratogenic effects of alcohol. Dr. Carter has completed a pilot study of 70 women from South Africa where beneficial effects of choline treatment during pregnancy were observed for growth, neurobehavior, and memory in their children. Another clinical study with 300 participants is now underway. (51:38)We end our day one episode with a wrap-up from Dr. Dr. Susan Smith with the University of North Carolina Nutrition Research Institute and Dr. Joe McFadden with Cornell University. Susan emphasized the recurring message that choline is so important in prenatal health and in early postnatal periods. Pregnant and lactating women generally don't take enough choline, and choline is so important for healthy brain development in the fetus and the infant. Joe's takeaways from the livestock side of things include the impact of choline on colostrum production in animals and early-life supplementation in young livestock. (1:08:42)Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss day two highlights from the Future Directions in Choline Symposium in future episodes. If you want one of our new Real Science Exchange t-shirts, screenshot your rating, review, or subscription, and email a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your size and mailing address, and we'll get a shirt in the mail to you.
In this replay, Bailey answers the top pre and postnatal exercise questions that Fit Mama In 30 gets time and time again, such as; if you didn't exercise before pregnancy, can you start exercising now?Tune in to gain valuable insights into the safety of strength training during pregnancy, dispel myths about starting exercise during pregnancy, the importance of postpartum recovery, and more.Resources:Find us over on Instagram @fitmamain30One of the biggest questions we get is what protein powder do you recommend? While there are many out there, not all are created equal. We always look for ones that are third-party tested, have no artificial ingredients, and have at least 20 grams or more of high-quality protein. So we are happy to be partnering with Just Ingredients to give you 10% off your order.This information is meant for educational and informational purposes only. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems without consulting your personal medical practitioner. Always seek the advice of your own medical practitioner about your specific health concerns and needs.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Kristin Brown is a Registered Dietitian offering virtual nutrition services across Canada. She has been in the nutrition world for the past decade and loves every minute of this ever-changing science. She is passionate about helping people balance their meals and prepare foods they enjoy all while working on improving their relationship with food and their bodies. After having her twins, she became passionate about helping pregnant women with nutrition. Kristin believes that optimizing nutrition during pregnancy is one of the most overlooked areas in conventional prenatal care..... and arguably the most important. In this episode, she is giving tips to get through the first trimester and how to optimize nutrition during this life-changing time. Connect with Kristin: https://www.instagram.com/prenatal.dietitian/ https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5e2ee422830fff00262ceb87 https://kristinbrownnutrition.com/prenatal-2/ Connect W/ Doula Liz: https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://www.Elizabethjoy.co Get the First Trimester Survival Guide https://elizabethjoy.co/freebie Join the Waitlist https://elizabethjoy.co/join-waitlist Sponsors: Paired https://www.paired.com/chava to get a 7-day free trial and 25% off if you sign up for a subscription. JenniKayne Our listeners get 15% off your first order when you use code CHAVA at checkout at https://jennikayne.com Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm
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Obstetric emergencies refer to critical situations during pregnancy, labor, or the postpartum period that require immediate medical attention to safeguard the health and well-being of the mother and/or baby. But are these really emergencies?Many women today are being told they either have a Large for Gestational Age Baby (LGA) or Small for Gestational Age Baby (SGA). IUGR is another term thrown around independently that needs fixing. It is important to note that these issues are often figured out at a scan at 36 wks or so and one diagnosis is often considered as the standalone complexity and women are then presented with options to fix it, mostly an Induction.Now, big babies have all been born through history vaginally without any issues. Similar is for small babies, why is then these are seen as problems?We sit down today with KL Goode, a Hawaain traditional midwife with over 53 years of experience and having assisted over 1400 births. Her transfer for surgery rate has been as low as 4% . She has served in India on and off and is currently based in Kolkata. She is currently training a batch of traditional midwifes aka birth keepers. She takes us through the following significant points in Part I of this discussion1. Is Big baby or Small Baby really an issue?2. If not, when is it that it becomes an issue?3. What's the truth behind the claim that big babies can't fit through the pelvis?4. What has Gestational Diabetes to do with a Large Baby?5. What is a midwife's way of working with a Large or Small BabyTune in to learn more. In Part II , we discuss Small for Gestational Age babies and IUGR at length and conclude our discussion.We would also like to thank our supporters, Dr Sreenath and Giridharan co founders of Nasobuddy for supporting the production of this episode and enabling a special discount for its listeners. They are the pioneers in making natural and non invasive baby products for one of the most daunting baby issues early postpartum such as sleep, colic, cough and more. They have a wide range of products, my favorite being the nipple healers! Visit www.nasobuddy.com to know more!Support the showPrepare for Birth, explore Prenatal and Postnatal Preparation Classes, visit www.birthagni.comSupport the show: If you like what you hear, leave us a rating on Spotify app and answer the question at each episode! a review on Apple podcasts. Share on Whatsapp/Insta/FB Share on Insta and tag us @divyakapoorvox Support the production by making a donation at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birthagni. This ensures the continuity and quality and a good coffee on sleepless recording nights! Subscribe to the FREE newsletter at https://www.birthagni.com/#subscribe and receive DISCOUNTS, SALE updates and GIFTCARDS on our premium 'Own your Birth' program You can book a 20 min FREE Discovery call at https://www.birthagni.com/bookfreesession ...
Are you powering your muscles with the right fuel? Registered dietitian Melanie joins us in this enlightening episode to reveal the recommended protein intake for optimum muscle growth and maintenance, especially for vegans and vegetarians. We unwrap the mystery of high-quality plant-based proteins, the role of essential amino acid leucine, and practical tips to hit your protein goals.Expecting a baby or know someone who is? Our nutrition coaches dive into the often misunderstood topic of high blood pressure during pregnancy. With Melanie's expert guidance, we navigate the second trimester workout regime and debunk the widespread myth about salt intake's impact on blood pressure. This conversation underscores the importance of professional guidance for high-risk pregnancies and the monumental benefits of a multi-disciplinary wellness team for prenatal health.And if you're on the journey to a healthier you, we've got you covered. Our episode rounds off with an engaging discussion on weight loss and the prominent role nutrition plays in its achievement. Discover how a team approach can foster sustainable results, increase revenue streams for fitness trainers, and the importance of realistic, gradual weight loss goals. And if you're a fitness professional, stay tuned for details about our forthcoming course on becoming a qualified nutrition coach - a surefire way to take your career to greater heights. This episode is a treasure trove of insights for anyone fervent about fitness, nutrition, and overall wellness.Want to ask us a question? Email email email@example.com with the subject line PODCAST QUESTION to get your question answered live on the show! Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/showupfitnessinternship/?hl=enTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@showupfitnessinternshipWebsite: https://www.showupfitness.com/Become a Personal Trainer Book (Amazon): https://www.amazon.com/How-Become-Personal-Trainer-Successful/dp/B08WS992F8Show Up Fitness Internship & CPT: https://online.showupfitness.com/pages/online-show-up?utm_term=show%20up%20fitnessNASM study guide: ...
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common virus that can cause respiratory infections in people of all ages, including pregnant women. RSV infections are more prevalent during the fall and winter months. While RSV infections are usually mild and cold-like in healthy adults, they can lead to more severe respiratory symptoms in certain populations, including young infants and individuals with weakened immune systems. In the context of pregnancy, RSV infections are generally considered a concern primarily because of the potential impact on the health of the mother and the developing fetus. Here are some key points to consider regarding RSV in pregnancy: Risks to the Pregnant Woman: Pregnant women may be at a slightly increased risk of developing severe RSV-related symptoms compared to non-pregnant individuals. Symptoms of an RSV infection in adults can include fever, cough, congestion, and shortness of breath. Severe cases may require hospitalization. Risks to the Fetus: RSV infections in pregnant women do not typically cause direct harm to the fetus, such as birth defects. However, severe respiratory infections in the mother can potentially reduce the oxygen supply to the fetus, which could be problematic in rare cases. There is some evidence to suggest that maternal RSV infection may be associated with an increased risk of preterm birth. Prevention: Pregnant women can take steps to reduce their risk of RSV infection, such as practicing good hand hygiene, avoiding close contact with individuals who are sick, and following respiratory etiquette (covering mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing). There is a medication called palivizumab (Synagis) that can be given to certain high-risk infants to help prevent severe RSV disease, but it is not typically recommended for pregnant women. Treatment: Treatment for RSV infection in pregnant women is generally supportive, focusing on managing symptoms and maintaining adequate hydration. Pregnant women with severe symptoms may require hospitalization for oxygen therapy and other interventions. It's important for pregnant women to consult with their healthcare providers if they develop symptoms of a respiratory infection like RSV, especially if the symptoms are severe or persistent. Healthcare professionals can provide guidance on appropriate management and treatment. As with any health concern during pregnancy, it's essential to follow the advice and recommendations of your healthcare provider to ensure the health and well-being of both the mother and the developing fetus. Your feedback is essential to us! We would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on your podcast platform or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your input helps us tailor our content to better serve the needs of our listeners. For additional resources and information, be sure to visit our website at Maternal Resources: https://www.maternalresources.org/. You can also connect with us on our social channels to stay up-to-date with the latest news, episodes, and community engagement: Twitter: https://twitter.com/integrativeob YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/maternalresources Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/integrativeobgyn/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IntegrativeOB Thank you for being part of our community, and until next time, let's continue to support, uplift, and celebrate the incredible journey of working moms and parenthood. Together, we can create a more equitable and nurturing world for all.
Pregnant, trying to conceive or planning a future pregnancy? Tune into this episode to learn why you should work with a pelvic floor physiotherapist. Whether you have pelvic symptoms like leaks, constipation or pain, other symptoms like lower back pain, sciatica, or maybe you don't have symptoms at all, you'll learn why it's a good idea to work with a pelvic physio in pregnancy. You'll also learn how to prepare for birth and minimize risk of tears..Helpful Links:—Book a pelvic physiotherapy or coaching consult: https://www.thepassionatephysio.ca/book-with-surabhi—Prenatal fitness - sign up for BASE fitness membership: https://www.thepassionatephysio.ca/base-membership.Connect with Surabhi:—Find Surabhi on Instagram or Facebook @thepassionatephysio—Website: https://www.thepassionatephysio.ca.Episode Sponsor:This episode is sponsored by Embodia https://www.embodiaapp.com/ - use code momstrength to save $20 off your first month's Tier 3 membership.
In this episode Laila from The Learning to Mom Podcast comes on to share about her journey with prenatal depression. Laila struggled herself with prenatal depression during the pregnancy of her baby girl. Her mission is to spread awareness on how to recognize it + give you practical tips to overcome it. ____________________ If you enjoyed this episode please subscribe and share with your mama friends! wanna be on the podcast? https://www.whatthebumpclt.com/podcast connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatthebumpclt our website / blog: www.whatthebumpclt.com Laila on instagram The Learning to Mom Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/what-the-bump/support
I get a lot of questions about supplements, and I could not be more excited to have the founders of Tend Prenatal joining me today to share a ton of great information with all of you about supplements and prenatal vitamins. Dr. Behzad and Hannah Varamini are a married couple who started Tend Prenatal, which offer prenatal supplements with a twist. Hannah is an artist and start up consultant with a lifelong aversion to pills. Behzad has a PhD in Human Nutrition with an emphasis on prenatal nutrition and infant brain development. After their own fertility journey that included two pregnancy losses, they have created a business that nurtures women in all stages of fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum. In this discussion, Dr. Behzad and Hannah share: - what nutrients women who are trying to conceive need, and the best way to get them - the difference between synthetic and natural ingredients - how supplements can improve egg quality (and which ones to take) - 3 things you need to know about omega 3 Thank you for joining me, Dr. Behzad and Hannah! You can find Tend Prental here: https://tendprenatal.com/ To get 20% off, you can use the code EGGWHISPERER (all caps) on your order. Read the full transcript / article on my website. Do you have questions about IVF?Click here to join Dr. Aimee for The IVF Class. The next live class call is on Monday, December 11th, 2023 at 4pm PST, where Dr. Aimee will explain IVF and there will be time to ask her your questions live on Zoom. Click to find The Egg Whisperer Show podcast on your favorite podcasting app. Watch videos of Dr. Aimee answer Ask the Egg Whisperer Questions on YouTube. Sign up for The Egg Whisperer newsletter to get updates Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.
Thinking about getting pregnant soon? Congrats! As RDs who have been through it personally and with dozens of clients, we're sharing our best tips for prenatal nutrition and wellness. To work 1:1 with Kait, schedule an initial consultation on our website: https://www.orlandodietitian.com Follow us on Instagram: Nutrition Awareness: https://www.instagram.com/nutrition.a... Kait Richardson, RD: https://www.instagram.com/kaitrichard... Resources mentioned: Kait's speaking services: www.kaitrichardsonrd.com You may be interested in episode 125 about what to eat during and on your period: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nutrition-awareness/id1462913982?i=1000566815068 Disclaimer: Kait is a Registered Dietitian, not a licensed therapist or medical doctor. This information is for educational and entertainment purposes only. It is not meant to be a substitute for mental health counseling or medical advice. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nutritionawareness/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nutritionawareness/support
Conversation with Hannah Steinmetz about the diverse use of chiropractic care to relieve pain and her experiences treating prenatal symptoms using the Webster Technique.Topics of Discussion:-Chiropractic as a bridge between traditional and holistic care.-How the Webster Technique can relieve pain and create optimal baby position before birth.-The benefits and studies of chiropractic care for prenatal symptoms.Dr. Hannah Steinmetz is a prenatal and family chiropractor in Apple Valley, MN. Her clinic, Dakota Chiropractic, is a multidisciplinary sanctuary of chiropractic, physical therapy, and massage therapy and a place for their patients to feel heard and held. Dr. Hannah uses the Webster Technique for Prenatal Chiropractic Care to aid in common prenatal symptoms like round ligament pain, sciatic nerve pain, low back pain, and even breech positions for babies. Hannah believes that pregnant bodies don't have to accept that pain is just what they have to deal with; but instead, there are options for relief. Hannah loves playing with her 2 and a half year old son, practicing yoga, and catching live music at a few local haunts.Website: https://dakotachiroclinic.com/Email: email@example.comInstagram: @dakotachiroDirectory of Chiropractors who practice Webster TechniqueStudy: Relief in the musculoskeletal causes of intrauterine constraint using the Webster TechniqueStudy: "Quality of Life" markers and improvement in pregnant parties using the Webster TechniqueWell Connected Twin Cities is connecting you with local health and wellness professionals in your community. Discover what's possible by surfing the directory, taking a class, or attending the next event. http://wellconnectedtwincities.com/Follow us on instagram https://instagram.com/wellconnectedtwincities
Step into the captivating world of racing and personal triumph on Owner's Pride Podcast with host Dann"E"Williams and special guest Angela Savage. Join us for a two-part series where Angela shares her incredible life story, chronicling her upbringing marked by prenatal PTSD from the tragic Indy 500 incident involving Swede Savage, detailed in her powerful memoir co-written with Ted Woerner. In part one, Angela candidly discusses her early struggles in a blended family, her poignant loss when her sister passed away from leukemia at 21, and her adventurous escapades across Europe, including adrenaline-fueled moments running with the Bulls. Explore Angela's vibrant podcast, "Good News with Angela Savage," and the inspiring facets of her life. Part two delves deeper into Angela's journey, taking listeners on an exclusive tour of Swede Savage's memorabilia in Indianapolis. Experience the emotional ceremony as Angela presents her father's placard at Orange Race Track in San Bernardino, CA, paying tribute to his enduring legacy within the racing community. Join us for these two poignant episodes as Angela Savage's narrative unfolds, showcasing her resilience, triumph over adversity, and the emotional tributes that honor her family's profound impact on the racing world. Don't miss this heartfelt journey through racing history and personal triumphs. Buy her book here!! Savage Angel Owner's Pride
Our health starts at conception and continues to develop throughout the pregnancy, that can create a lot of pressure on a pregnant woman. As "Rural Doc Alan" explains, partnering with a doctor as a teammate through pregnancy is key to a healthy pregnancy.We discuss:what women need to look for in a doctorhow to prepare for pregnancyare there controllable risk factors for miscarriageswhat questions should a woman ask her ob/gyn when she's pregnantearly warning signs something may be going wrongAn obstetrician and maternal health expert, “Rural Doc” Alan Lindemann, M.D., teaches women and their families how to create the outcomes they want for their own personal health and pregnancy.His new book is "Pregnancy Your Way: Choose a Safe and Happy Birth." Learn more at PregnancyYourWay.com.Find out more about the All In Running Club at www.allinhealthandwellness.com/all-in-running-clubVisit ConfidenceThroughHealth.com to find discounts to some of our favorite products.Follow me via All In Health and Wellness on Facebook or Instagram.Find my books on Amazon: No More Sugar Coating: Finding Your Happiness in a Crowded World and Confidence Through Health: Live the Healthy Lifestyle God DesignedProduction credit: Social Media Cowboys
We've got a bit of a sensitive topic as we cover the relationship (if there is any) between exercising in pregnancy and the cause of miscarriage. If you've ever felt nervous to exercise in pregnancy because you fear harming the baby, this episode is going to help reduce that fear and anxiety by giving you the research-based facts. From that information, you can choose to do what you feel is best for your body from an empowered place! In this episode you'll learn: - why many moms are nervous to exercise in pregnancy - research based facts on exercise and pregnancy loss - to release fear and self-blame - safety tips for your pregnancy workouts Let's Connect Work with me! Learn more about fitness coaching Get FREE monthly pre/postnatal resources > Become a Strong Mama Insider! Connect with me on Instagram! @strongmamawellness Learn more about my work on the website Sources: Davenport, M.H., Kathol, A.J., Mottola, M.F., et al. (2019). Prenatal exercise is not associated with fetal mortality: a systematic review and meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 53, 108-115. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/pregnancy-loss-miscarriage/symptoms-causes/syc-20354298 Ozawa, N., Ogawa, K., Sasaki, A., Mitsui, M., Wada, S., & Sago, H. (2019). Maternal age, history of miscarriage, and embryonic/fetal size are associated with cytogenetic results of spontaneous early miscarriages. Journal of assisted reproduction and genetics. 36(4), 749–757. Wilcox, A.J., Weinberg, C.R., O'Connor, J.F., Baird, D.D., Schlatterer, J.P., Canfield, R.E. (1988). Incidence of early loss of pregnancy. New England Journal of Medicine. 319, 89-94.
We're thrilled to welcome Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Minette Herrick on our latest episode of WarDocs. A Registered Dietician and international board-certified Lactation Consultant, Minette provides important insights on her compelling research, which draws from professional studies and personal experiences. The focus is on her enlightening article, 'Increasing Maternity Leave and Decreasing Attrition Rates of US Active Duty Women in the Prenatal and Immediate Postpartum Period.' She brings to the fore the critical issues surrounding maternity leave policies and their effect on the retention rates of female service members. We take you through the intriguing journey of the Department of Navy's shift from a six-week maternity leave policy to an 18-week one. Explore with us how this transition has significantly impacted the recruitment and retention rates in the military sector. We also shed light on critical policies like the National Defense Authorization Act of 2008 and 2009 and the Secretary of Defense Leave Policy of 2016. Learn about the influence these policy shifts, including the Military Couples Caregiver Separation policy, have had on the experiences of Active-Duty married members. Join in and gain a broader understanding of the importance of family-friendly policies in the military. Chapters: (00:00) Extended Maternity Leave in the Military (08:23) Military Maternity Leave and Retention Rates Chapter Summaries: (00:00) Extended Maternity Leave in the Military Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Minette Herrick, a registered dietician and international board-certified lactation consultant, speaks about her article Increasing Maternity Leave and Decreasing Attrition Rates of US Active Duty Women in the Prenatal and Immediate Postpartum Period. Minette explains the reasons for her research, which included her personal experience of having four children while on active duty, and explores how providing paid parental leave can impact the organization. The results of the research show that women who are allotted six weeks of maternity leave had significantly greater odds of leaving the military, measured from the time of their initial prenatal visit to one year postpartum, than those who are entitled to 12 weeks of leave. We discuss the implications of these findings and the importance of health policy in positively impacting the health of people both inside and outside of the military. (08:23) Military Maternity Leave and Retention Rates We discuss the changes in the Department of Navy's maternity leave policy, from six weeks to 18 weeks, and the impact it has had on recruitment and retention of female service members. We shed light on the importance of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2008 and 2009, which first allowed for maternity leave, and the Secretary of Defense Leap Policy of 2016, which allowed for 12 weeks of parental leave for both birth parents after a period of convalescent leave. We explore the implications of the Military Couples Caregiver Separation policy, which gives active-duty married members the option to request caregiver separation. Finally, we discuss the findings of a retrospective cohort study of 67,281 active-duty women that found increased allotment of maternity leave from six weeks to 12 weeks was associated with decreased attrition rates. Take Home Messages: Maternity leave policies can have a significant impact on the retention rates of female service members in the military. The shift from a six-week to an 18-week maternity leave policy in the Department of Navy has considerably influenced recruitment and retention rates. The National Defense Authorization Act of 2008 and 2009 and the Secretary of Defense Leap Policy of 2016 have played a crucial role in shaping maternity leave policies in the military. Policies such as the Military Couples Caregiver Separation policy have affected the experiences of active-duty married members. Family-friendly policies are of paramount importance in the military, helping to foster a healthier and more supportive environment for service members. Women who were allotted six weeks of maternity leave had significantly greater odds of leaving the military than those who received 12 weeks of leave. The Department of Defense's policy change in 2016, which increased maternity leave from six to 12 weeks, was intended to encourage workforce recruitment and retention and help the well-being of military families. Changes in maternity leave policy had the most significant retention benefit among junior enlisted and junior officers, emphasizing the importance of retaining talent among future leaders and innovators in the military. The new parental leave policy implemented in 2023, providing 12 weeks of leave to both birth parents, should be studied further for its impact on attrition, family dynamics, and paternal bonding. Family-friendly policies not only help retain talent but also send an essential message to military members and their families, affirming that the vitality of the military family is essential to mission success. 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In today's episode, we tackle the important topic of prenatal depression, an often overlooked issue affecting 1 in 7 women. Our guest, Laila from the Learning to Mom Podcast, shares her personal experience with prenatal depression and provides invaluable guidance on how to recognize and manage it.Prenatal depression is a serious issue, and its symptoms, including persistent sadness, appetite and sleep changes, excessive worry, irritability, guilt, and self-harm thoughts, should not be ignored.Join us as we discuss contributing factors, and the need for better awareness and support, as well as provide 8 practical tips for mothers navigating prenatal depression.Resources:If you missed Celeste Yvonne's episode on “Mommy Wine Culture”, listen in here.If you want to learn more from Laila you can check out her podcast Learning To Mom: The Pregnancy Podcast for First Time Moms or reach her on Instagram @learningtomom.podcastFind us over on Instagram @fitmamain30One of the biggest questions we get is, "What protein powder do you recommend?" While there are many out there, not all are created equal. We always look for third-party tested ones, that have no artificial ingredients and have at least 20 grams or more of high-quality protein. So we are happy to partner with Just Ingredients to give you 10% off your order. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Welcome Anastasia Khizenko, Founder of BabyRx. A science-backed wellness company that guides and nurtures parents and babies through all parenthood stages with its health and wellness essentials. www.babyrx.com 20% Discount Code: MOYERS . . . **This is not medical advice, just medical education. Please ask your doctor medical questions as they pertain to your specific situation. Educational purposes only. #SkyWomenHealthPodcast #WomenHealth #HealthPodcast #MenopauseAwareness #MenopauseSupport #MenopauseSymptoms #VaginalDryness #PostMenopause #MenopauseRelief #HormoneReplacementTherapy Dr. Carolyn Moyers, DO is a board certified OBGYN and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine physician, and founder of Sky Women's Health, a boutique practice in Fort Worth, Texas. Welcome to the Sky Women community where we are all stronger together. COME SAY HI!!! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skywomenshealth https://www.instagram.com/drcarolynmoyers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skywomenshealth Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sky Women's Health: Https://www.skywomenshealth.com Address: 1125 S Henderson St, Fort Worth, TX 76104 To become a patient: email email@example.com or call 817-915-9803. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skywomen/message
Stress affects everyone differently. Returning to The Thorne Podcast is guest Dr. Joel Evans, who answers the question “What is stress?” and explores how different types of stress can help – or harm – the body. In this episode, you'll discover mind-body practices for stress management. During this episode you'll learn about: Joel Evans explains “What is stress?” – good stress vs. bad stress [0:55] Prenatal psychology: Does stress during pregnancy affect the baby in utero? [5:42] Can someone be “sensitive” to stress? How does a lithium deficiency affect stress management? How do you measure in utero stress during pregnancy? [7:32] What does chronic stress do to the body? [12:16] Mind-body interventions for patients with chronic stress [14:54] Questions from the community Why does stress cause weight gain? [22:07] What hormone is responsible for stress? [23:54] Are there natural foods or medicines that can help reduce stress? [25:40] Besides yoga or meditation, what stress-management practices can I follow? [27:35] Resources to topics mentioned in this episode: Center for Mind-Body Medicine Are Your Stress Levels Under Control? Managing Stress When Trying to Conceive How Stress Affects the Body Stress and Weight Gain: What's the Connection? Easy Ways to Decrease Stress at Work The 7 Best Supplements to Better Manage Stress 6 Things to Know Before Buying a Hemp Product What is GABA and What is it Used for? Understanding High Cortisol Levels: Symptoms, Causes, and Regulation From the podcast archives, with Dr. Joel Evans: All About the Thyroid, the Body's ‘Sentinel Gland' Products mentioned in this episode: Stress Test – an easy at-home health test; Phosphatidylserine (formerly Iso Phos); PharmaGABA; Hemp Oil +; Stress Management Bundle – Stress B-Complex, Stress Balance, PharmaGABA-250 Subscribe to More Content Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts so you never miss an episode. You can also learn more about the topics in the episode by checking out the latest news, videos, and stories on Thorne's Take 5 Daily blog.
The pregnancy journey brings up so many new questions, like: When is the best time to start thinking about nutrition in the pregnancy journey? How do I know my prenatal vitamin is working? Who do I need supporting me in the pre-conception phase? On The Trimester Bubble, we're happy to share some of the incredible experts and resources we have access to in Boulder, Colorado, so you can benefit from them wherever you are! This week, Dr. Elyssa and Dr. Katherine sat down with Dr. Margo Gasta to discuss her work as a functional medicine dietitian and certified classical homeopath working with women on the path of pregnancy. We chatted about some of those common questions to help bring you some guidance along your journey! When to Start Thinking About Nutrition If you're planning to get pregnant, it's great to start thinking about nutrition now! Dr. Margo recommends getting labs done as a baseline and reviewing the results with your functional medicine practitioner. Creating Good Habits Pre-Pregnancy Trimester 1 can bring a whole slew of physical and emotional shifts that make creating new habits even more difficult. So if you're planning to get pregnant, consider taking a look at these areas to set yourself up well: Healthy eating Optimized digestion Meal planning Remove environmental chemicals Manage stress levels Dr. Margo Gasta is a functional medicine dietitian and a certified classical homeopath. She has been practicing for 34 years, working with gastro-intestinal issues, chronic pelvic pain, autoimmune disease, chronic fatigue, ADHD, anxiety, and depression. In this episode you'll hear about: Dr Margo Gasta's work as a functional medicine dietitian and certified classical homeopath When to start thinking about preconception nutrition Common underlying conditions in women preconception The importance of B vitamins and iron Getting nutrition through food vs supplements Digestion, constipation, and IBS pre-pregnancy Being aware of environmental chemicals Getting enough calories for breastfeeding Postpartum care: nutrition, depression, sleep Getting help after a hard birth Addressing chronic pelvic pain Advocating for yourself after giving birth - build a team Resources in this Episode: Pain-Free Pregnancy registration Body & Balance website Learn more about Dynamic Body Balancing DBB Website Dr. Margo's website Book: Slow Death by Rubber Duck: The Secret Danger of Everyday Things Learn: Episode 3: Pregnancy 101 Episode 5: It Takes a Village - Doulas Microplastics in the Food We Eat The Benefits of Bone Broth Real Advice for Prenatal and Pregnancy Nutritional Care Connect: Boulder Locals: Join our free, in-person Pain-Free Pregnancy community each quarter. Register here! Body & Balance: New patients start here About Dr Elyssa and Dr Katherine Connect with Body & Balance on Instagram Connect with Body & Balance on Facebook Connect with Dr. Margo on Instagram Connect with Dr. Margo on Facebook Enjoying the podcast? Be sure to subscribe and leave a review! Disclaimer This content is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of such advice or treatment from a personal physician. All readers/viewers/listeners of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Elyssa Wright nor Body and Balance Chiropractic. LLC nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading, listening or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
We're breaking down the difference between Ritual & Needed Prenatal. Which one is FAR superior to the other & why. I go into the specific nutrients lacking & why it's so important to have these nutrients in your prenatal supplement. Join the Mind Your Hormones Method, HERE! (Use code PODCAST for $222 off!!)NEW FREE TRAINING! How to build a hormone-healthy, blood-sugar-balancing meal! (this is pulled directly from the 1st module of the Mind Your Hormones Method!) Access this free training, HERE!NEEDED | What to look for in a Prenatal vitaminDiscount Codes: Shop Here! Use Code CORINNE for 20% off your first order or 20% off your first 3 months of one month subscribe & save!CORINNE100- $100 off 1st 3 months of the complete plan.CORINNESAMPLE- $10 off sample packs.Check out our Sponsor GutPersonal!More details on their hormone testing package, here. Details on their gut testing package can be found, here. Plus, code CORINNE saves you 10% on any item in their store. (including the packages above!) Don't forget to take the GutPersonal Quiz to find out exactly which supplements are best for your unique situation! Join the Mind Your Hormones Community to connect more with me & other members of this community!Come hang out with me on Instagram: @corinneangealicaFree Facebook group: Mind Your Hormones Podcast CommunityEmail Fam: Click here to get weekly emails from meMind Your Hormones Instagram: @mindyourhormones.podcast
Joni Hanson Davis is the female founder of Kirkland, Washington Femtech company Beli, modernizing reproductive, prenatal, and fertility health based on the latest nutritional science with one small, yet significant act of a daily prenatal vitamin for both men and women. After a long successful career leading Fortune 500 companies and technology startups to IPO, Davis founded Beli in 2018 with a personal mission to address the growing crisis of infertility and modernize the stagnant prenatal vitamin market. The fertility market is a $24B market, and yet prenatal vitamins still haven't caught up with modern nutritional science. 50% of all infertility can be traced to male infertility and nutrition plays a major role in successful pregnancy outcomes and science led Beli to look deeper at how nutrition plays a vital role in sperm health, launching the first modern male prenatal in 2019. Today, thousands of men across the country are using Beli and the company has built a following of loyal customers including heavy-hitter celebrity customers. The success of the men's prenatal vitamin led Beli to launch an exclusive women's prenatal in 2021 based on the latest folate and choline research to address both male and female fertility nutrition together. Beli has grown organically to become a profitable company with a multi-million dollar run rate with a small investment from strategic angel investors in the direct to consumer space in less than two years. Beli will be raising a Series A round this summer to further accelerate its strong growth. Prior to Beli, Davis held executive positions with Microsoft, InfoSpace, and Tableau Software. https://belibaby.com https://www.instagram.com/beli.baby/ For more information about Michelle, visit www.michelleoravitz.com The Wholesome Fertility facebook group is where you can find free resources and support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2149554308396504/ Instagram: @thewholesomelotusfertility Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewholesomelotus/
My guest today is the general manager and instructor for The Breathing Room- a beautiful space with unparalleled instructors offering Pilates, Xformer, Core Align and Prenatal classes. Clients have lovingly dubbed her classes the most challenging and I have had several insiders confirm. As both a guide and a listener, she has been successful in applying her natural abilities to promote, encourage and communicate everything The Breathing Room has to offer. Please welcome, Kari Wilke! https://www.thebreathingroom.com/ If you want even more exclusive WTF?! content, join Patreon! www.patreon.com/whatthefitpodcast
Does your baby have fussy evenings?Are you concerned about you baby or toddler's sleep ?If you are looking at the internet for answers, know that the Internet is flooded with inappropriate information about training babies to sleep. The various methods that include crying of the baby are suggestive of treating a baby , a whole human , like a machine, incapable of thinking for itself or feel in the least. This is not gentle and it is not developmentally healthy as well.In this episode, we sit down with our expert, Dr Sreenath, who walks us through some common questions regarding baby sleep, helping calm a fussy baby, reduce colic or working with nasal congestion , swinging , swaddling and holistically treating baby sleep. Dr Sreenath has done an extensive study on natural and indigenous methods that make parenting easier in the earlier days. Coming from his own experience of not being able to find a suitable and 'convenient' solution for sleep issues when he became a dad, he decided to find the answers himself and built Nasobuddy , a baby products company essentially started to solve Sleep Issues in Children and has now been helping women with other issues including breastfeeding.He also answers a few community questions ! If you answered to the insta poll and are a part of my community who sought an answer, hear this out now!About the guest:Dr Sreenath is an experienced dentist and entrepreneur with 16 years of clinical experience. He is the visionary founder of Nasobuddy®, a brand born from a simple yet profound idea: making parenting easier and safer. Along with Mr Giridharan, a childhood friend and MBA graduate, they started Nasobuddy®, which specializes in offering natural, evidence-based solutions to common parenting concerns, providing parents with peace of mind. He also holds the title of a sleep expert. His dedication extends to helping babies sleep better, further emphasizing his commitment to improving the well-being of families through his diverse expertise and innovative solutions.When he's not busy with all of that, Sreenath is happily married to Janani and is also a loving dad to an 11-year-old son.Support the showPrepare for Birth, explore Prenatal and Postnatal Preparation Classes, visit www.birthagni.comSupport the show: If you like what you hear, leave us a rating on Spotify app and answer the question at each episode! a review on Apple podcasts. Share on Whatsapp/Insta/FB Share on Insta and tag us @divyakapoorvox Support the production by making a donation at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birthagni. This ensures the continuity and quality and a good coffee on sleepless recording nights! Subscribe to the FREE newsletter at https://www.birthagni.com/#subscribe and receive DISCOUNTS, SALE updates and GIFTCARDS on our premium 'Own your Birth' program You can book a 20 min FREE Discovery call at https://www.birthagni.com/bookfreesession ...
Have you been trying to balance your hormones for a hot minute now but felt like you've gotten absolutely nowhere? In today's episode, Berri explores 4 of the most unconventional, but fairly common reasons as to why your hormones aren't "balanced." As we dive into today's episode keep in mind the power of: Letting go of control Knowing which hormones actually need support doing less, because it's always doing more contrary to popular belief managing and enhancing your mindset Mentioned in the Episode: Berri's Prenatal (use this link to get a complimentary 30-day supply of WeNatal's Omega DHA+ fish oil ($34.95 value) with purchase of any subscription order) Black Seed Oil with D3 + K2 (also you'll find my current skin routine which is 1 shake of franken. & a two drips of castor oil a little goes a very long way) Stay connected girlie pop: Berri's Instagram Berri's TikTok Email List
Get ready to embrace massage, touch, and pleasure! In this episode, massage therapist Melissa Hailemelekot shares the profound benefits of bodywork before, during, and after birth. Listen in as Melissa guides us through practical techniques to find comfort, empowerment, and bliss in pregnancy and new motherhood. Melissa draws from her own inspiring birth stories as well as decades of experience supporting women as a massage therapist, doula, and educator. She discusses the importance of building community, customizing care, and moving from healing to pleasure. Whether you love massage or have never tried it, Melissa will inspire you to honor your body and embrace touch on your sensual journey to motherhood. In This Episode: Melissa's inspiring birth stories and journey to supporting women Customizing care by listening to each woman's needs Addressing fear and building community trust Building a collaborative team of practitioners Easing discomforts through massage techniques Preparing the body for birth by reducing stress Promoting postpartum recovery through massage Key Takeaways: Massage provides comfort, empowerment and pleasure Take time to listen and understand each woman's needs Build a supportive community and collaborative care team Use massage to gradually prepare the body for birth Continue massage postpartum to aid recovery Nurture yourself with touch and massage on your journey Key Quotes: "Connecting to your body, raising those levels of oxytocin...having your partner massage you and connecting before is just having that pleasurable experience." - Melissa Hailemelekot “There's this aspect that we carry that surrounds us … this ethereal body of stress that sometimes we carry and to be able to lift that up and to be able to help mothers feel like those goddesses and feel empowered and to feel in their power is what I do.” - Melissa Hailemelekot Connect with Melissa! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moss_north_therapy/ Website: https://www.mossnorththerapy.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ-T-j_l0sfwrX5o_eqGh9g Connect with Debra! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/orgasmicbirth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/OrgasmicBirth YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/OrgasmicBirth1 Tik Tok https://www.tiktok.com/@orgasmicbirth Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/debra-pascali-bonaro-1093471/ Visit https://www.orgasmicbirth.com/ for more information on how to Positively Prepare for birth and parenting Check out Orgasmic Birth: The Best-Kept Secret, the film creating buzz around the world! Orgasmic Birth Podcast: Pleasure in pregnancy, birth, and parenting. I believe pleasure is our birthright - from our sexuality, birth, parenting, and beyond, we can find pleasure when we create space for joy and intimacy in our lives. Join me to have deep conversations about breaking the taboos of Sexuality + Motherhood/Parenthood. Listen to leading experts in sexuality, healing, and childbirth, as well as stories from new parents, doulas, doctors, midwives, and nurses. We will discuss how to positively prepare for childbirth and parenting by expanding love and intimacy in your life.
In this episode I interview Holistic Pregnancy & Nutrition Specialist, Taryn, from Aubergine and Olive. We chat about prenatal and postpartum nutrition, and also dive into choosing a more holistic pregnancy while still involving your doctor. She gives some great tips for advocating for yourself! Connect with Taryn on Instagram @aubergineandolive; check out her website: www.aubergineandolive.com Get 10% off your first order at Toups n Co Organics skincare and makeup. Use code BREADTHERAPY10 at https://toupsandco.com/mirandalee Connect with me: Recipes, holistic living, healthy swaps & more, visit www.breadtherapymama.com Follow my fit to farm homesteading journey on instagram, www.instagram.com/thisismirandalee Join my Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/oldfashionednutrition
In this hilarious podcast segment, we dive into the quirks and challenges of parenting, with a focus on how partners can navigate the journey together. Jamie and Emily reflect on their experiences and the shortcomings of traditional prenatal classes that often sideline partners. They reminisce about teaching their early classes in hospital settings, where the curriculum seemed exclusively tailored to birthing moms, leaving partners feeling like awkward passengers on the parenting ride. Jamie emphasizes the need for equality in parenting roles and suggests practical ways to include partners. They stress the importance of setting the tone early on by discussing and deciding how to handle various aspects of parenting, such as pediatrician appointments, managing sick kids and sharing responsibilities during the night. Amidst the laughter, they delve into the broader implications of such decisions, emphasizing the need for partners to share the load and experience the on-the-job training that comes with parenting. They highlight the importance of communication, teamwork, and setting the stage for an equal and supportive partnership in the chaotic world of parenting. If you enjoyed this episode and want more laughs and insights, be sure to check out Episode 107, where we previously delved into the truth about first-time expecting parents. Be sure to join us for our next Pre-Baby Bootcamp, the prenatal class you don't want to miss! Whether you're a first-time parent or adding a new member to your growing family, our bootcamps are designed to provide valuable insights, tips, and a supportive community to help you navigate the exciting journey of parenthood. In our Live Ask a NAPS Nurse Q&A Emily addresses a question on gassy babies and spit-up issues. Drawing from personal experiences, Emily distinguishes between normal spit-up and abnormal signs, emphasizing the importance of contacting a pediatrician for severe cases. She provides research-backed strategies, such as using probiotics and incorporating practices like tummy time and leg exercises to ease gas and spit-up troubles. This podcast is proudly brought to you by our fabulous sponsors: Feast & Fettle: Use code NAPS for $30 off your first order The Turning Points podcast is back with a new season: Navigating Mental Health (Boston Globe Media in partnership with Point32Health SilverPost: Use code NAPSFAMILY for $5 off any plan Mission MightyMe: Use code UNSWADDLED20 for 20% off all first-time orders
We look at a study, presented at ENDO 2023, about the endocrine-disrupting chemicals known as phthalates, or plasticizers, and their effects on fetal and neonatal endocrine puberty. Host Aaron Lohr talks with Mary Bunnell from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, co-author of the study, titled, “Prenatal Phthalate Exposure Alters the Pattern of Fetal and Neonatal Endocrine Puberty in a Sex-specific Manner.” For helpful links or to hear more podcast episodes, visit https://www.endocrine.org/podcast
Today, Joselyn Miller, owner of Motherhood Strong joins me on the podcast cast and we have such a fun conversation. Becoming a mother is something that changes every priority without you even realizing it. It also changes the way you are able to do a lot of things, including your ability to exercise and be active. Especially when you are "in the trenches" those first 18 months to 2 years. Joselyn started Motherhood Strong to build community and support women in ways that was helpful to the specific season they are in with prenatal and postnatal fitness. She knows that your body is different as you are preparing for having a baby and then again after you deliver. Maintaining your fitness or regaining your fitness has to look different and Joselyn knows just how to teach you how to listen to your body and still get the results that you want. She teases that she actually put this community together so she could have friends. Please check out her website and social media. Be sure to share this episode with all of your mom friends and let them know they are not alone if their exercise currently looks really weird. We know that the season of motherhood is one of the hardest we will experience so together let's be Motherhood Strong. Ways to Find Motherhood Strong: Website: Motherhood StrongFacebook: FacebookInstagram: Motherhood Strong (@motherhoodstrongstl) • Instagram photos and videos Ways to Find Embrace. Live. Thrive.:Website: Embrace, Live, Thrive! (embracelivethrive.com)FB: (1) Embrace, Live, Thrive | FacebookInstagram: Sarah Meyer (@embrace.live.thrive) • Instagram photos and videosJoselyn Bio: Joselyn, the founder of Motherhood Strong, is a mother of three and lover of movement. With a background in dance as well as CrossFit, guiding people to move efficiently and functionally has always been a passion. Since becoming a mother and realizing that there is very little guidance for training during the motherhood journey Joselyn has made it her mission to help other women have the best and most comfortable prenatal and postpartum experiences possible. Joselyn is a certified Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism (PPA) coach and Level 2 CrossFit Trainer.
This episode is a re-release which first aired on April 14, 2022. We welcome our new listeners and hope you find it informative! We are huge proponents of empowerment through education, and often advise our patients and listeners to take a prenatal course to help them along their pregnancy to parenthood journey. But how do you even begin to find a course that's right for you!? We've put together this quick guide with our top three things to think about when you're choosing your childbirth education class, to help you along in the process! Infant First Aid and Car Seat Safety from Safe Beginnings Online Infant/Child CPR, Choking and Injury Prevention, Getting It Right from Day One & Supporting Neonatal Resuscitation - 20% off any online course! CODE: SHEFOUNDHEALTH The Pregnancy to Parenthood Online Prenatal Masterclass: Taking you from anxious and overwhelmed to confident during your childbirth experience!
What happens when women receive a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome? How does that diagnosis affect those women and their families? How does it affect our whole society? Stephanie Meredith joins Amy Julia Becker for a conversation about her new report on the bias doctors have when giving a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome, including:The landscape of prenatal testingHow doctors approach it and what they could do betterWhy these conversations matter outside the Down syndrome space__FREE DOWNLOAD: 5 THINGS I WISH I'D KNOWN WHEN OUR DAUGHTER WAS DIAGNOSED WITH DOWN SYNDROME__Guest Bio:Stephanie Meredith is the Director of the National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Resources at the University of Kentucky's Human Development Institute and co-author and lead author of numerous studies, including “The impact of implicit and explicit bias about disabilities on parent experiences and information provided during prenatal screening and testing” in the Disability and Health Journal. In addition, she is a 4th-year doctoral student at Georgia State University with a focus on disability and health and the mother of a 23-year-old with Down syndrome and two younger daughters.__Connect Online:www.lettercase.orgInstagram: @lettercaseorgFacebook: @lettercaseorg__On the Podcast:Report in the Disability and Health JournalTIME: Doctors Don't Know How to Talk About Down SyndromeLettercaseHHS and Disability DiscriminationNYT: When They Warn of Rare Disorders, These Prenatal Tests Are Usually WrongS7 E3 | Netflix's Down for Love with Robyn Paterson__TRANSCRIPT: amyjuliabecker.com/stephanie-meredith/YouTube Channel: video with closed captionsSeason 7 of the Love Is Stronger Than Fear podcast connects to themes in my latest book, To Be Made Well, which you can order here! Learn more about my writing and speaking at amyjuliabecker.com.Connect with me: Instagram Facebook Twitter Website Thanks for listening!
This short, guided practice is designed to be used anytime you need a boost during your pregnancy. Listen to these positive affirmations for pregnancy anytime you need. Order Meditation For The Modern Family here on Kindle, paperback, and Audible! Unlock the free fertility meditation bundle here Please rate, subscribe and review (it helps more than you know!) Unlock the Meditation Mama Bundle to get hours of bonus content- https://app.namastream.com/yogaforyouonline/product/21818 Contact Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org IG- @yogaforyouonline
Joni Hanson Davis is the female founder of Kirkland, Washington Femtech company Beli, modernizing reproductive, prenatal, and fertility health based on the latest nutritional science with one small, yet significant act of a daily prenatal vitamin for both men and women. After a long successful career leading Fortune 500 companies and technology startups to IPO, Davis founded Beli in 2018 with a personal mission to address the growing crisis of infertility and modernize the stagnant prenatal vitamin market. The fertility market is a $24B market, and yet prenatal vitamins still haven't caught up with modern nutritional science. 50% of all infertility can be traced to male infertility and nutrition plays a major role in successful pregnancy outcomes and science led Beli to look deeper at how nutrition plays a vital role in sperm health, launching the first modern male prenatal in 2019. Michelle talks with Joni about why men taking prenatals are just as important for men for a healthy pregnancy. Dr. Thomas Su is a cosmetic surgeon and the owner of ArtLipo Plastic Surgery based in Tampa, Florida. It is a highly regarded clinic providing some of the most advanced liposuction procedures in the world. He has performed awake - only liposuction for over 15 years. He joins Michelle to talk about his practice and lipedema, how it affect women and what can be done for it.Dr. Su is defined by his passion for art since high school. He went on to study human figure drawing, painting, and sculpting in college, resulting in a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts. His love for art of the human figure is made apparent in all of his work and is the reason for his high degree of perfectionism when it comes to liposuction.Compared to other cosmetic or plastic surgeons who perform a myriad of different surgeries, Dr. Su concentrates on only liposuction. He has developed advanced skills and a level of expertise that few surgeons doing liposuction can master. Dr. Su is the innovator of the Interactive Lipo Method and Celebrity Arms Sculpting. The Interactive Lipo Method is a culmination of techniques derived from Dr. Su's background as a figure artist and sculptor.Cardiovascular disease is one of the biggest public health crises of our time and remains a leading public health challenge in the US and globally.1 In fact, someone in the US has a heart attack approximately every 40 seconds. Having a high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol number – the “bad” cholesterol – can raise your risk of heart attack and stroke. Too much LDL cholesterol can lead to a buildup of fatty deposits, or plaques, inside your arteries. These plaques can narrow arteries and reduce blood flow. If a piece of the plaque breaks free, it might travel into the bloodstream and block a blood vessel to the heart or brain, causing a heart attack or stroke. For people who have had a heart attack or stroke, knowing the connection between high cholesterol and the risk of having another cardiovascular event is vital because taking steps to aim for and maintain a low LDL cholesterol level can reduce their risk of future events. Dr. Eduardo Sanchez serves as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for Prevention for the American Heart Association. Lorraine Martin, President and CEO, National Safety Council joins Michelle to talk about what can be done to intervene in the workplace when there's been an overdose. Overdoses have emerged as the leading cause of unintentional death in the United States, with opioids involved in a staggering 77% of these incidents. Overdoses can happen anywhere, including the workplace – and the numbers are alarming: workplace overdoses, often linked to opioid misuse, have surged by an astonishing 536% since 2011, cutting across all worker demographics, industries and occupations. At the National Safety Council (NSC), the mission is clear: to save lives from the workplace to anyplace. To fulfill this mission, the Council recently launched the Respond Ready Workplace initiative that focuses on three critical aspects: overdose and naloxone awareness, access and adoption.The Capital City Africa Week Festival and Ghana Week DC, a first-time series of events devoted to the celebration of Ghanaian art, culture, business, tourism, sports and more, is taking place October 9-14, 2023 in Washington, D.C. Hosted by the Ghana Embassy in Washington, D.C., the Ghana Tourism Authority, LIQUID SOUL-DC, Events DC, and D.C. United, the full schedule of events was revealed today, including the “Capital City Africa Cup,” a historic soccer friendly on Saturday, October 14, 2023 at 5:00 PM at Audi Field between Major League Soccer's most decorated club, D.C. United, and Ghana Premier League champions, Medeama SC.
In this powerful episode, we dive deep into the importance of setting boundaries and seeking support when it comes to postpartum mental health and feeding choices. Our guest shares her personal experiences and offers valuable advice on how to navigate these challenging aspects of parenthood. Tune in to learn how to release trauma, ask for help, and find your support system. Don't miss out on this enlightening conversation that will empower and inspire you on your parenting and baby feeding journey. On this episode HeHe and Lo discuss:How to think about feeding your baby prenatallyThe impact of birth on baby feedingFeeling confident in your ability to advocate for yourself and your babyFeeling good about baby feeding even when you change the plan To connect with HeHe you can find her here: https://www.thebirthlounge.comhttps://www.instagram.com/tranquilitybyhehe/Hear episodes of HeHe's podcast on your preferred podcasting app here. Head to Apple Podcasts or Spotify for more Milk Making Minutes episodes!To get delicious home cooked meals delivered right to your door in Ma, CT, RI Maine or NH go to the Feast and Fettle Website and use the code MILK for $30 off your first week! Make your voice heard on The Milk Making Community Group on Facebook!Find Lo's website and social media links here: https://bio.site/lonigroshTo purchase books about breastfeeding, birth, or parenting that I love and help support the show, go here.
Your body goes through so much during pregnancy and postpartum, use this guided meditation to help your body rest, reset and rejuvenate. Order Meditation For The Modern Family here on Kindle, paperback, and Audible! Unlock the free fertility meditation bundle here Please rate, subscribe and review (it helps more than you know!) Unlock the Meditation Mama Bundle to get hours of bonus content- https://app.namastream.com/yogaforyouonline/product/21818 Contact Kelly email@example.com IG- @yogaforyouonline
What are some of the reasons someone would choose to transfer OB/GYN providers later in a pregnancy? Say, perhaps after 20 weeks of gestation? There are several reasons why someone may choose to transfer to a different healthcare provider late in pregnancy. These reasons may include: Dissatisfaction with Current Provider: A person may become dissatisfied with their current healthcare provider due to issues such as poor communication, lack of trust, or a feeling that their concerns and preferences are not being adequately addressed. Changes in Insurance Coverage: Changes in insurance plans or coverage may necessitate a switch to a provider who is in-network or more affordable for the individual or their family. Relocation: Relocating to a different area or city during pregnancy may require finding a new healthcare provider closer to their new residence. High-Risk Pregnancy: If a pregnancy is deemed high-risk due to medical conditions or complications that arise late in pregnancy, a person may need to transfer to a specialist or a healthcare facility better equipped to handle their specific needs. Hospital Preference: Some individuals may have a strong preference for delivering at a particular hospital or birthing center and may need to switch providers to align with their chosen birthing location. Seeking a Second Opinion: In some cases, individuals may seek a second opinion from another healthcare provider if they have concerns or doubts about the recommended course of treatment or management of their pregnancy. Provider Availability: Provider availability, especially for obstetricians and midwives, can be limited, and some individuals may need to transfer care if their current provider is unavailable during their expected delivery timeframe. Personal Preferences: Changing providers may also be driven by personal preferences, such as desiring a different birthing experience, seeking out a specific type of care (e.g., home birth or water birth), or a desire for a different approach to prenatal care. It's essential for individuals to feel comfortable and confident in their healthcare provider during pregnancy, as this can greatly impact their overall experience. When considering a transfer late in pregnancy, it's advisable to communicate openly with both the current and potential new provider to ensure a smooth transition of care and the best possible outcome for both the expectant person and their baby. Your feedback is essential to us! We would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on your podcast platform or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your input helps us tailor our content to better serve the needs of our listeners. For additional resources and information, be sure to visit our website at Maternal Resources: https://www.maternalresources.org/. You can also connect with us on our social channels to stay up-to-date with the latest news, episodes, and community engagement: Twitter: https://twitter.com/integrativeob YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/maternalresources Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/integrativeobgyn/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IntegrativeOB Thank you for being part of our community, and until next time, let's continue to support, uplift, and celebrate the incredible journey of working moms and parenthood. Together, we can create a more equitable and nurturing world for all.
You spoke (literally!), and we listened! In this episode, I'm diving into two more questions from our podcast listener line. Today we'll be talking in depth about breech positioning and what that means for birth, the recurrence rate of breech pregnancies, how to VBAC after a breech Cesarean, and more. Then we'll be unpacking pregnancy anxiety and fear related to birth too! This is actually a topic I'm really passionate about, and one of the main reasons I started Mommy Labor Nurse (and this podcast!) to begin with!! If you have a burning question about pregnancy, birth, or postpartum that you'd like me to answer on the show, all you have to do is call 919-213-8719 and leave a voicemail! Want to erase anxiety and actually feel excited about birth? Get instant access to my FREE Birth Workshop to learn tons of pain-coping strategies and actionable tips today! Have an even better birth! CLICK HERE to learn more about our online birth classes that will help you feel prepared and in control - no matter how you deliver. And be sure to follow @mommy.labornurse on Instagram to join our community of over half a million for education, tips, and solidarity on all things pregnancy, birth, and postpartum! Related Episodes Episode 168: Ask Me Anything Episode 174: Ask Me Anything: Talking Placentas, Epidurals, and Second Pregnancies Episode 191: Me Anything: Placenta Previas to Postpartum Recovery
The ladies from Your Hormone Balance are on the podcast today, Candace Burch and Jess Suchan. Candace is a Hormone Health Educator with a Masters in Health Education and over 30 years of experience in the field. In 2017, she founded ‘Your Hormone Balance' as a consulting practice. Jess Suchan is a board-certified Holistic Health Coach via the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and takes a 360 approach to wellness, supporting clients in sustainable weight loss strategies, mindset tools, and symptom relief via cycle syncing, lifestyle strategies, and smart supplementation. While Candace specializes in the root drivers behind hormonal imbalances and how to support natural rebalance from a holistic perspective, Jess is well-versed in balanced nutrition, cycle syncing, and tangible tips for building hormone-supportive habits! Together, they bring a unique dynamic and dive into the hormone conversation for women of ALL ages! Connect: Website: www.yourhormonebalance.com Use code CHAVA50 for $50 off any of our build-your-own test kit packages HERE Visit www.bodyblissbyjess.net to book a free discovery call with Jess to learn more about 1:1 coaching for hormone support, sustainable weight loss, and cycle syncing! Instagram: @yourhormonebalance & @bodyblissbyjess Connect with Liz https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://www.Elizabethjoy.co Get the First Trimester Survival Guide https://elizabethjoy.co/freebie Sponsors jennikayne.com. Our listeners get 15% off their first order when they use code CHAVA Get your first visit for only five dollars at Apostrophe.com/CHAVA when you use our code: CHAVA Try now risk-free for 60 nights, at Blissy.com/CHAVA and get an additional 30% off Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm
Navigating an uncertain future involves cultivating adaptability and resilience, and recognizing that change will always be inevitable. It is helpful to embrace a mindset that focuses on what you can control, instead of what you can't. By guiding our children in this way, they will know how to stay open to learning, they will be able to adjust expectations, and they will be able to maintain a sense of optimism, as they navigate the unknown with greater confidence and flexibility. Today, Dr. Stanton Hom is back for another solocast! He dives into pregnancy, birth, and how we can help our children thrive in a world filled with uncertainty. You won't want to miss this insightful episode of the Future Generations Podcast with your host, Dr. Stanton Hom! Quotes: “It's time to recognize what's truly there. It's time to recognize what's truly still possible for humanity.” – Dr. Stanton Hom “We are affecting our children in a way that can, intellectually and physiologically, enslave them to the system for all foreseeable generations.” – Dr. Stanton Hom “I care about your children, and I care about your children's children, I care about how we populate the planet.” – Dr. Stanton Hom Key Takeaways: The call to recognize the present reality and acknowledge the boundless potential that still exists for humanity underscores a collective need for awareness and action. Embracing this moment allows us to envision and work towards a brighter, more promising future. Our actions today carry profound implications for the future. The impact on our children, both intellectually and physiologically, highlights the responsibility we have to consider the long-term consequences of our choices. The concern for future generations echoes a deep commitment to the well-being and prosperity of not only our children but also the legacy we leave for generations to come. Highlights/Timeline: [00:01] – Optimizing health for future generations [05:12] – The importance of speaking the truth [09:59] – Healthy choices and their long-term effects [14:36] – Prenatal care and the importance of intuition in birthing [19:18] – Chiropractic care and its impact on baby development Conclusion: The key to navigating uncertainty lies in adopting a mindset centered on what is within our control, and our ability to respond proactively to potential challenges. Embracing continuous learning, adjusting expectations, and maintaining an optimistic outlook equips individuals to navigate the unknown with confidence and flexibility, ensuring a more resilient and empowered journey through the ever-evolving landscape of life. Resources: Learn more about Dr. Stanton Hom on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stanhomdc Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drstantonhom Twitter: https://twitter.com/drstantonhom Website: https://futuregenerationssd.com/ Podcast Website: https://thefuturegen.com Stay Connected with the Future Generations Podcast: Instagram: @futuregenpodcast, @thefuturegensd and @drstantonhom_ Facebook: Future Generations Podcast and Future Generations | Clinic of Chiropractic Website: Future Generations | Clinic of Chiropractic If you would like to learn more about the truth behind the pandemic, please check out The End of C0V1D. Click the link to sign up: https://theendofcovid.com/ref/352/ Get the Heart of Freedom III Replay here: https://hof3replay.thefuturegen.com/hof3recording Join the Future Generations Community here: https://community.thefuturegen.com Remember to Rate, Review and Subscribe on iTunes and Follow us on Spotify Follow us on Instagram: @futuregenpodcast San Diego area residents, take advantage of our special New Patient offer exclusively for podcast listeners here. We can't wait to experience miracles with you! Show your eyes some love with a pair of daylight or sunset (or both!) blue-light blocking glasses from Ra Optics. They have graciously offered Future Generations podcast listeners 10% off any purchase. Use code FGPOD or click here to access this discount, and let us know how your glasses are treating you! Are you a fan of cold plunges? Did you know you can get your hands on a PORTABLE ice bath? Check out the Edge Theory Labs website to learn more about the benefits of cold plunges. Future Generations podcast listeners can enjoy $150 off any tub by using code THEFUTUREGEN. Happy plunging!
Do you suspect or know that your child was prenatally exposed to alcohol or drugs? Join us to learn the best ways to advocate for that child, including how to get diagnosed. Our guest is Jenn Wisdahl, the Chief Operating Officer of FASD United and proud parent to 3 young adults with FASD. Jenn leads the FASD United federal legislative and policy agenda.In this episode, we cover:Why is it important to get a diagnosis of one of the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) or prenatal drug exposure for your child? In the US, FASD is not a diagnosis but rather an umbrella term that encompasses a range of life-long diagnosable medical and mental health conditions that can occur when there is prenatal alcohol exposure, even prior to recognition of pregnancy. Neurobehavioral Disorder Associated with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (ND-PAE)Alcohol-Related Neurodevelopmental Disorder (ARND)Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)Partial Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (PFAS)Alcohol-Related Birth Defects (ARBD) Increase in alcohol use during the pandemic.Why is it so hard for parents to get a diagnosis of FASD for their child?What should parents do to get a diagnosis?What is the average age of diagnosis of FAS or FASD?How does getting a diagnosis or prenatal drug exposure differ from getting a FASD diagnosis?Another opportunity for parents to advocate for their child is in the school system. What are some of the typical issues a child with prenatal substance exposure to alcohol and drugs may face in school?What are some of the ways a parent can advocate for their child in the education system?Another way parents can advocate for their child is through the Registry of Unmet Needs and Innovation waivers.FASD Respect Act. (Go to FASD United's website and click on the policy center to get started.)This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on all aspects of family buildingPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamilySupport the showPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamily
Kelly Smith is the founder of Yoga For You, and the host of the Mindful in Minutes podcast. Kelly loves to lift people up through their tough times and help them find their true north by focusing on the less physical yoga practices like meditation, yoga nidra, restorative yoga, and mindful flows. Kelly doesn't believe there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach and the secret to success is finding what works for you. In this episode, Kelly and Liz dive into how meditation and mindfulness can help mamas with the things that come up for them in motherhood such as rage, resentment and reparenting self. Connect with Kelly: https://www.instagram.com/yogaforyouonline/ https://www.yogaforyouonline.com/ https://www.yogaforyouonline.com/meditation-mama Buy Her Book: https://amzn.to/3ZG0tuT Connect with Liz https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://www.Elizabethjoy.co Get the First Trimester Survival Guide https://elizabethjoy.co/freebie Join the Waitlist https://elizabethjoy.co/join-waitlist Episode on Loss and Hope https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/loss-and-hope-with-bethany-mcgrath/id1343507855?i=1000530412107 Sponsors: BEAM DREAM If you want to try Beam's best-selling Dream Powder, get up to 40% off for a limited time when you go to shopbeam.com/CHAVA and use code CHAVA at checkout Sponsors: Lume new customers get $5 off Lume's Starter Pack with code CHAVA at LumeDeodorant.com Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm
Do you find yourself anxious, avoidant or secure in your relationships? Understanding your attachment style can help you sustain healthier relationships with all of your loved ones. In this episode, K+L break down the various attachment theories and discuss how to become more secure. They provide examples from their own life (and friendship!) where the different types have prevailed. And though you may lean more towards being anxious or avoidant, it doesn't mean your default is permanent. Change is always possible and by becoming more aware, you'll find that not only will your relationships with others flourish, but also you'll become more secure and confident in yourself. We also talk about: The attachment styles explained Anxious vs. avoidant attachment style Learning to co-create a relationship How to be in a relationship with different styles K+L's reflections on past relationships The progression of K+L's friendship dynamic How to become more secure in a relationship Resources: Instagram: @itskrista Instagram: @lindseysimcik Episode Related Resources: Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help YouFind - and Keep - Love by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller Sponsors: Hatch | Hatch is offering you $20 off your purchase of a Hatch Restore 2 and free shipping at hatch.co/almost30. Vessi Footwear | Head to vessi.com/almost30 and use code almost30 for 15% off. Ritual | Visit ritual.com/ALMOST30 to start Ritual or add Essential for Women 18+ or Prenatal to your subscription today. LMNT | Get 8 single serving packets FREE with any LMNT order at drinkLMNT.com/ALMOST30. E-Boost | Go to eboost.com/ALMOST30 to get your free 4 pack of Superfuel. The Fall Equinox Sale | Invest now, evolve forever. Check out our suite of offerings and use code “FALL” to get 44% off. Now through 9/26/23. Learn more at almost30.com/almost30sale. To advertise on our podcast, please reach out to email@example.com or visit https://www.advertisecast.com/Almost30. Learn More: almost30.com/learn almost30.com/morningmicrodose almost30.com/courses Join our community: almost30.com/membership facebook.com/Almost30podcast/groups Podcast disclaimer can be found by visiting: almost30.com/disclaimer. Find more to love at almost30.com! Almost 30 is edited by Marielle Marlys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dr. Morgan MacDermott supports women and families all over the world through virtual one-on-one motherhood mentorship, community programs, resources, and more. She is committed to creating accessible, honest health resources for families to utilize in becoming empowered, confident parents before and throughout their family-building journey. Dr. Morgan desires to set families up for health success and proper expectations so they don't find themselves in a state of burnout. In this episode, we dive into how to prepare for pregnancy, birth, and postpartum from a Naturopathic doctor's perspective. Dr. Morgan shares 3 birth tips and 3 postpartum tips that you are not going to want to miss. Pregnancy call information for future waitlist: https://milkmedicine.com/pregnancycall/ Healthy as a Mother Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-as-a-mother/id1663942916 Immediate Postpartum Series course: https://milkmedicine.com/postpartumcourse/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/morganmacdermott/ Connect with Liz https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://www.Elizabethjoy.co Get the First Trimester Survival Guide https://elizabethjoy.co/freebie Join the Waitlist https://elizabethjoy.co/join-waitlist Digestive Enzymes 20% off with code Esandoz20 https://thisisneeded.com/products/digestive-enzymes Birth Meditation for Baby's Position https://youtu.be/psT-11mAH1A?si=PbRCByk3c6qJKX63 Sponsors: BEAM DREAM If you want to try Beam's best-selling Dream Powder, get up to 40% off for a limited time when you go to shopbeam.com/CHAVA and use code CHAVA at checkout Jenni Kayne jennikayne.com. Our listeners get 15% off their first order when they use code CHAVA Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm