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MommyTrack Daddy Whispers
S03 | EP13 - Why and Why not Pregnancy Yoga? with Prenatal Yoga Expert Megha Jhaggi

MommyTrack Daddy Whispers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 25:08


What are the secrets in Pregnancy Yoga -is it the mindfulness or slowing down? When can a mother start yoga in pregnancy if she has never exercised before?Does Pregnancy Yoga really aid natural delivery? Every woman has  a very different question on this , we all enquire situations and decisions from a personal need and experiences. We sit down on numerous such questions with Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga instructor  Megha Jaggi (M.A in Yoga) who is also the founder of the Wellness Cocoon practising for almost a decade now.We try and cover most of what should help, but ....Remember if you have any more questions that we can answer on the podcast, Reach out to me here..We are hosting various Breastfeeding preparation, new born care, New mother Care sessions for Pregnant and new Parents.To be notified of the sessions, the discounts we run from time to time, Sign up here!If you like what you hear, leave us a rating on Spotify appa review on Apple podcasts. Like this episode on other platforms.Next up on Season 3 is a conversation on Maternal Emotional Health with Sangheetha Parthasarathy, a Somatic Experiencing Therapist/CoachPregnancy Series: The next episode here is 'Pregnancy Affirmations' for a soothing pregnancy meditation.Share a note with us ,  find us here. Instagram: @divyakapoorvoxFacebook: MommytrackdaddywhispersPodcastWebsite: https:divyakapoor.comMail: Mommytrackdaddywhispers@gmail.com

Untaming
Self-Directed Pre-Natal Care

Untaming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 7:32


Part 2b This is a continuation of the previous episode. They follow on from Episode #70 . For ease of listening, Part Two has been split up into multiple episodes. Emily is the host of the Untaming Podcast and an advocate for rewilding children. She was previously an international classroom teacher; a live-in and live-out nanny and a mental health support worker for teenagers and adults. Emily and her husband Nick have travelled extensively, living in Canada, Germany and Portugal. They now reside in Marlborough, New Zealand with their three children. Untaming Contact: FB: https://www.facebook.com/Untaming-396582437559159/ IG: @untaming_podcast Twitter: @UntamingP Email: untaming.podcast@gmail.com https://anchor.fm/emily033

MeatRx
Carnivore Mom Off To The World Championships! | Dr. Shawn Baker & Christina Elder

MeatRx

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 49:10


Christina is a 34-year-old mom of three kids. She has been a high school health teacher and track coach for 10 years in Nebraska. In college, she was a 2 time NCAA All-American in the 400m dash and decided to hang up her spikes post collegiately due to bad hypoglycemia and chronic aches in her joints. She found the carnivore diet 4 years ago after the birth of her second child after being on a low-fat diet through college and into her career. It completely changed her health and her athletic performance. She even had a carnivore pregnancy with her third child. She was able to get back into the competitive track (now as an 800m specialist). Running masters world-class times. In the last two years, she has won 4 National Titles in the 800m and the 1500m. She is currently training for her first world team where she will be representing Team USA in Torun Poland in March. Find Christina on IG: https://www.instagram.com/christina_elder/ Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 02:40 400 meters to 800 meter specialist 03:56 Hypoglycemia, bloating 06:19 Cutting out red meat completely 08:01 Measuring blood glucose 09:39 Training on carnivore diet while pregnant 10:52 Flu turning to pneumonia 11:26 Ken Berry 12:34 Hypoglycemia gone on carnivore diet 13:08 Going from keto to carnivore 13:50 Shawn Baker's book, The Carnivore Diet 14:42 Training and competing without carbs 16:27 Making progress on the carnivore diet 18:09 Cynthia Monteleone 19:37 Glucose tolerance test as pregnant carnivore,  Dr. Jamie Seaman 20:46 Fruit on the carnivore diet, using the carnivore diet as an elimination protocol 22:01 Healthy carnivore pregnancy 23:50 Prenatal vitamins 25:47 Carnivore diet and family 27:01 Carnivore diet and kids 29:16 Teaching students about protein 32:26 Setting an example 35:38 Having six-pack without ab workout 36:18 Plant-based diets in athletic fields 38:26 Working out after eating steak 38:45 Cognition on carnivore diet 40:06 Sourcing meat from ranchers 41:53 RED-S, relative energy deficiency syndrome 42:44 School menus 44:28 World Masters Athletics (WMA) in March 46:57 Where to find Christina See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . ‪#revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation   #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach  #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree  ‪

Babes and Babies
Ep 241: Pregnant Americans are Feeling Dark Emotions

Babes and Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 24:09


This week I am sharing stories from pregnant Americans who are opening up about their dark emotions in pregnancy.  This is 1 of 4 epsiodes that are shedding light on new research around the mental health crisis among pregnant Americans.  This new research has been conducted by Nonfiction and is called The Invisible Weight that has been commission by Twill.   The remaining three episodes can be found at  https://www.twill.health/theinvisibleweight  

At a Total Loss
Jennica + Hugo

At a Total Loss

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 61:59


My dear friend Jennica and I met up in Atlanta to discuss her beautiful son Hugo and life after loss. We met through Dr Harvey Kliman who connected us after giving us the rundown on our boys' small placentas.  Her perspective and insight is so interesting to me and we get through only a fraction of what we want to talk about in just an hour.   Here's what we discuss: *Fake loss moms*Social Media detox*Who we were before loss*People pleasing*Keeping our sense of humor*Our relationships with our husbands*Her intuition of a spirit baby coming to her*Signs from spirits and from our babies*Past traumas and experiences influencing our grief*Empowered Pregnancy*Decisions made after birth*How our babies looked after stillbirth*And all the s**t that comes with death of our babies and SO much more...  To contact Jennica, (she's not on social media) email her at jennica.hill11@gmail.com...She'd love to hear from you :) Follow me on IG, FB and Youtube at @thekatherinelazar Sponsored by Scout & Cellar Clean Crafted Wine: www.scoutandcellar.com/katherinelazar NOTE: These are MY thoughts, experiences and opinions.  By no means am I telling anyone what to do, what's right or wrong, or how to handle grief or trauma.   This is my real life, and I'm putting it out there so you feel less alone. *************************************For more REAL TALK about baby loss and grief, hit subscribe to be notified when another video drops! To contact me, follow me on Instagram or Facebook at @thekatherinelazar or email me at thekatherinelazar@gmail.com Some helpful resources:https://countthekicks.org/https://www.measuretheplacenta.org/https://www.pushbirthpartners.org/https://www.tommys.org/

Shaklee TV
Meology™ Prenatal Training

Shaklee TV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 46:18


We're celebrating a soon-coming arrival to the Shaklee Family…Meology Prenatal...going on sale Tuesday, November 8th!  Through this product training with Dr. Erin Barrett and Haley Jensen, you'll learn more about the product itself, what makes it special and how to share it with new and existing people!

Shaklee TV: Videos from Shaklee Corporation, the #1 Natural Nutrition Company in the United States.

We're celebrating a soon-coming arrival to the Shaklee Family…Meology Prenatal...going on sale Tuesday, November 8th!  Through this product training with Dr. Erin Barrett and Haley Jensen, you'll learn more about the product itself, what makes it special and how to share it with new and existing people!

Woke Wellness with Kelly Collins
Ep 123. Pregnancy Wellness Tips & Tricks For Your Mind, Body, and Soul

Woke Wellness with Kelly Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 93:33


123: 9 months later....Kelly is finally ready to share all of her favorite pregnancy tips and tricks for your mind-body-soul wellness! What you can expect to learn in this episode: + Kelly's favorite pregnancy and labor books, podcasts, apps, courses, and more + Nutrition, movement, and mindfulness tips for each trimester  + Kelly's favorite breathing practices and affirmations to prepare for labor!   Click HERE to learn more about the Bali Magic Goddess Retreat in August 2023.  Get the Mindful Movement Program HERE.  Get the Mindful Eating Program HERE.    Mentioned in this episode Ritual Prenatal Vitamins  Garden of Life Magnesium Gummies  Expecting Better by Emily Oster Cribsheet by Emily Oster The Vaccine-Friendly Plan by Paul Thomas Magical Beginnings, Enchanted Lives by Deepak Chopra Hypnobirthing by Marie Mongan Brain Rules For Baby by John Medina The Positive Birth Company Hypnobirthing Course Yoga Poses for Fatigue Yoga Poses for Nausea/Stomach Pain   To connect with Kelly click HERE.   To view Kelly's website and blog click HERE.    SUBSCRIBE to Kelly's monthly newsletter and get her free 7 Mantras To Heal Your Chakras PDF    

The Intersect: The Official Podcast of FAbM Base
Pelvic Floor PT Part 1: Prenatal and Postpartum with Emily Jurschak

The Intersect: The Official Podcast of FAbM Base

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 59:50


Emily Jurschak is an orthopedic and pelvic floor physical therapist located in Alexandria, VA. She owns and operates her own private physical therapy practice, Fiat Physical Therapy. Emily is a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist who emphasizes the importance of integrating the whole person into her treatment and plan of care, and loves teaching women about their bodies. Emily Frase sat down one-on-one with Emily Jurschak for an indepth conversation around prenatal and postpartum pelvic floor physical therapy. Jurschak kicked things off with a fascinating explanation of the function of the pelvic floor as it relates to pregnancy and postpartum (which you may want to watch on our YouTube channel), which gave great context to answering questions like when to start PT whether during or after pregnancy, and how C section scar massage is beneficial. Frase also shared her own experiences during pregnancy and birth. The two Emilys also shared the importance of gentleness and mind-body connection through these two wildly changing periods in a woman's life. And you'll want to listen all the way to the end of the episode - Jurschak shares the most common issue she tends to treat for both pregnant and postpartum women. Whether you've have or are planning to get pregnant soon, no matter if you've had vaginal or C section deliveries, this is an episode you won't want to miss! Resources mentioned in this episode: Find out more about Emily and her practice. Find her on Instagram @FiatPhysicalTherapy Search our External Resources page for ways to find pelvic floor PTs near you. Check out the first pelvic floor PT episode we shared here on The Intersect, Episode 3 with Drs. Emily and Jenny on your favorite podcast app.

Curious Women
034 What to Eat For Pregnancy, Postpartum and Breastfeeding with Lily Nichols

Curious Women

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 71:47


Prenatal nutrition is a multifaceted and intricate field. You have probably been given a lot of well-intentioned advice about what to eat (or what not to eat), but unfortunately, much of it is outdated or not supported by evidence. In today's episode of the Curious Women podcast, we talk about healthy eating during pregnancy, recovery, and breastfeeding with Lily Nichols. Lily is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, researcher, and author passionate about evidence-based prenatal nutrition and exercise. Also, her work is well-respected for its research orientation, thoroughness, and commonsense because she draws from both modern scientific literature and the knowledge of traditional cultures. [03:01] Background – Lily shares her background in premarital and postpartum nutrition. [09:14] Major Myths - Lily explains the most prevalent false beliefs she observes among her people and the most recent research regarding the foods we are advised not to consume during pregnancy. [12:36] Eggs and Fruits - Why are eggs, fruits, and vegetables singled out during pregnancy? [17:39] Infections - Lily outlines a range of pregnancy-related concerns, including those related to food poisoning. [24:09] Non-Negotiable Foods - Most important foods that should not be avoided while pregnant. [30:40] Vegetarians - Lily provides guidance to vegetarians who want to include nutrient-dense foods in their diet. [39:00] Nutrient Reserves - If you are fit enough to conceive a child, you almost certainly have some nutrient reserves stored away in your body. [50:52] Alcohol - Lily expresses her view about the consequences of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. [55:35] Postpartum Support - Is there anything, in particular, that should be kept in mind to maintain breast milk supply or to support the woman's body postpartum? Resources: Connect with Lily: Instagram: instagram.com/lilynicholsrdn/?hl=en Website: lilynicholsrdn.com/ Mentioned in the episode: Real Food for Pregnancy: The Science and Wisdom of Optimal Prenatal Nutrition: goodreads.com/book/show/38726601-real-food-for-pregnancy 031 Prenatal Vitamins with Ayla Barmmer: What You NEED Know Before Buying: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/031-prenatal-vitamins-with-ayla-barmmer-what-you-need/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/curious-women/support

Carl Her Mommy Motherhood As We Know It
Prenatal / Postpartum Exercise Tips & Safety

Carl Her Mommy Motherhood As We Know It

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 61:13


This episode features guest Ellen Petosa a prenatal and postpartum mobility expert who helps women exercise safely during all three trimesters and beyond. This episode breaks down everything you wish your doctor had taught you when you found out you were pregnant and said "just keep doing what you are doing" regarding exercise. Ellen shares what modifications to make, moves to avoid, and how to relieve pain commonly experienced by women during pregnancy. Beyond that she shares the crucial things to keep in mind when reincorporating exercise postpartum to avoid injury and allow for optimal healing. This episode is a must listen and a great resource to circle back to with each pregnancy. You can also find the full episode on YouTube where Ellen does some demonstrations.    As always, please rate/review/subscribe and follow along for more on YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram @CarlHerMommy and see more at www.carlhermommy.com

Babes and Babies
EP 241: Birth Story Medicine with Amelia Kriss

Babes and Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 73:30


 Amelia Kriss is a Drama Therapist and Certified Coach in private practice in the Bay Area, California, where she lives with her husband and two powerhouse daughters. She works primarily with recovering people-pleasers and "Nice" girls who are ready to deconstruct self-shrinking patterns, and find more ease & joy. Amelia is also deeply committed to Birth Story Medicine work--helping birthing parents integrate, and move forward from, unresolved issues connected to the experience of giving birth. She believes that supporting parents through birthing as a rite of passage is an important (and too often missing) piece of creating healthier & happier families. https://ameliakriss.com/ https://www.instagram.com/akcollaborative/ Book a Birth Story Medicine session with Amelia at this link: https://ameliakriss.com/birth-story-medicine Newsletter for Pregnant People called Soft Cheese: https://ameliakriss.com/soft-cheese Connect with Liz: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas/ https://miraculousmamas.com/ This episode is sponsored by Dockatot. Get 15% OFF with code MAMAS at Dockatot.com  

At a Total Loss
Heather + Miles

At a Total Loss

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 74:31


Heather joins Katherine to chat about her beautiful boy, Miles, who died and was stillborn in April of 2019.  We discuss literally EVERYTHING in this episode.  Heather is so much fun to talk with and her knowledge about wellness and grief is vital to our journeys after loss.  We discuss the lack of care during labor and delivery, trauma on top of trauma on top of trauma, triggers, different types of therapies, and so much more.  Heather is honest and transparent in her delivery and her message of how to recover from deep traumas is something everyone should listen to. Buckle up because we go IN! :) Find Heather on IG at @wellnessandgrief SANDS in the UK https://www.sands.org.uk NOTE: These are MY thoughts, experiences and opinions.  By no means am I telling anyone what to do, what's right or wrong, or how to handle grief or trauma.   This is my real life, and I'm putting it out there so you feel less alone. *************************************For more REAL TALK about baby loss and grief, hit subscribe for updates... To contact me, follow me on Instagram or Facebook at @thekatherinelazar or email me at thekatherinelazar@gmail.com Some helpful resources:https://countthekicks.org/https://www.measuretheplacenta.org/https://www.pushbirthpartners.org/https://www.tommys.org/  

Evidence Based Birth®
EBB 243 - Importance of Kick Counting for Preventing Stillbirth with Stephaney Moody, Health Equity Ambassador of Count the Kicks

Evidence Based Birth®

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 38:42 Very Popular


On today's podcast, we're going to talk with Stephaney Moody, a Health Equity Ambassador and an advocate for Healthy Birthday and Count the Kicks about the importance of kick counting to prevent stillbirth. Stephaney Moody's passion for stillbirth prevention came after her family experienced loss, when her sister lost her daughter. Upon learning about the inequities that persist in stillbirth outcomes in the African-American Community, she felt led to join the fight against preventable stillbirth and strive for equity. Stephaney is also the Founder of Black Women's Health and Wellness Webcast which addresses issues that impact the health and wellbeing of African-American women. She also serves in her community as a Pastor at New Beginnings Discipleship Ministries and as a Chaplain to the Des Moines Police Department. We will talk about the importance of kick counting in the third trimester to prevent stillbirth. Stephaney shares how her family has been affected by stillbirth and how she became involved in Kick the Counts, an evidence-based stillbirth prevention public health awareness campaign for expectant parents in the 3rd trimester. We will discuss the evidence on kick counting and how Count the Kicks and Healthy Birthday's public health and awareness campaigns are having a direct impact on stillbirth rates in the United States and abroad. A video with this episode will also come out later today at our YouTube channel here. **Content warning: pregnancy loss, stillbirth, racial inequities in healthcare, maternal mortality, maternal morbidity infant mortality** Resources: Count the Kicks Evidence and Resources here. Download the Count the Kicks App here  Healthy Birthday Resources here Find Count the Kick on Social Media:  Instragam Youtube Twitter Facebook Stephaney moderates the Black Women's Health and Wellness group here. Research discussed: Tveit, J.V., et al. (2009). "Reduction of late stillbirth with the introduction of fetal movement information and guidelines - a clinical quality improvement." BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 9:32: http://europepmc.org/article/PMC/2734741 Sadovsky, E. and Yaffe, H. (1973). "Daily fetal movement recording and fetal prognosis." Obstet Gynecol 41(6): 845-850. https://journals.lww.com/greenjournal/Abstract/1973/06000/Daily_Fetal_Movement_Recording_and_Fetal_Prognosis.8.aspx Leader, L. R., Baillie, P. and Van Schalwyk, D. J. (1981). “Fetal movement and fetal outcome: A prospective study.” Obstet Gynecol 57(4): 431-436. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7243088/ For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit www.ebbirth.com. Find us on:  TikTok Instagram  Pinterest   Ready to get involved?  Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) here  Find an EBB Instructor here  Click here to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class.

The Link Fitness Show
Prenatal Fitness: My Experience So Far!

The Link Fitness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 37:08


This episode we're going to do a little combo style → I'm going to share some of my pregnancy experience thus far and then I'm also going to bust some myths that you may have heard about prenatal fitness! Whether you want to be a mom someday, are currently pregnant, have little ones running around already OR have no interest in being a mother but still find the experience fascinating, this episode is for YOU! As I share my experience, please understand I am not asking for tips or advice nor am I trying to provide any advice or tips. I am simply sharing my experience so take from it what you choose and leave the rest! Each pregnancy is different and we all deserve the respect + space to navigate it as we choose. Let's connect: Instagram: @_linkfitness Facebook: Former Athlete Community TikTok: @_linkfitness Website: www.linkfittraining.com Save on my favorite products: Bucked Up: code LINK20 for 20% off your order FRE Skincare: code LINK --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelinkfitnessshow/message

Fertility Wellness with The Wholesome Fertility Podcast
EP 205 A Prenatal Red Flag that Everyone Who is Trying to Conceive Needs to Know | Donna Benavides

Fertility Wellness with The Wholesome Fertility Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 36:55


Donna Benavides is a mother who experienced Cholestasis of Pregnancy and is blessed with two healthy children Branden & Evan and angel baby Jorden. Her time is dedicated to her family, work and passion to raise awareness of Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy (ICP). Her journey with ICP began with her first pregnancy in 2003 with her son Jorden that tragically passed away in utero at 37 weeks & 5 days due to the high-risk pregnancy Cholestasis. In 2008, she began her work with the itchy mom's website and in 2012 became the Founder of ICP Care 501(c)(3) nonprofit. She has a Bachelor's of Science degree and has practiced Yoga for 12 years completing her RYT® 200 Yoga Teacher training in 2018.  She has enjoyed teaching to pregnant mothers since 2019 as a certified Prenatal Yoga Teacher RPYT®.  Website: https://icpcare.org/   Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/icpcare Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/icpcare Twitter- https://twitter.com/icpcare YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/user/icpcare   Support group page https://icpcare.org/icp-community/support-groups/     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/

MIND your hormones
222. [INTERVIEW] Does your PRENATAL have what's NEEDED? Empowering real nourishment on your journey to motherhood with Co-Founder Ryan Woodbury

MIND your hormones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 52:45


Today's episode is SO JUICY! We're chatting with the co-founder & co-ceo of my FAVORITE prenatal supplement company Needed. We talk about why 97% of women who are taking prenatals are still extremely nutrient deficient, the nutrients needed in a prenatal, why their formulation is superior, and red flags to look out for in prenatal vitamins & pre, during & postnatal care.Ryan @ryrywoodbury is the Co-founder and Co-Ceo of Needed, a nutrition company on a mission to empower real nourishment in women on their journey to motherhood and beyond. Needed offers nutritional supplements and education designed in collaboration with a collective of women's health practitioners. Ryan is a mom of an 8-month-old girl and two rambunctious rescue mutts. She has a background in environmental science, is a holistic nutritionist, has extensive training in folk herbalism, and is an avid hiker and yogi (certified and practicing since she was 10). She was born and raised in LA, and currently still lives there tucked between the mountains and the ocean. 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.REMINDER: 10/31 is the deadline to join The Mind Your Hormones Method with the coaching call option! Apply, HERE! (enrollment will not open again until February but the course-only option is always available, here!)If you have any questions at all DM me on Instagram @corinneangealica or email me at hello@corinneangelicawellness.com!Check out our Sponsor GutPersonal! Code CORINNE saves you 10% on any item in their store!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 CommunityText Fam: Text me podcast to join!Email Fam: Click here to get weekly emails from meMind Your Hormones Instagram

Beyond The Bump
When is it time to do couples therapy? - with couple's therapist Megan Kozak

Beyond The Bump

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 81:58


In our 153rd episode of Beyond the Bump, we chat with Megan Kozak. Megan is a couple's therapist and she answers all your relationship questions. You guys have been asking for this for a while and we totally get it – relationships are f*%@ing hard. So, we hope you find as much value in this chat as we did! How does a couple find a good couple's therapist? What are some signs that may indicate that therapy may be beneficial to your relationship? How do you know the difference between ‘I am not in love with my partner anymore' versus ‘I am just in burnout'? Especially postpartum! A lot of people say that the first year of marriage is really hard. Is this true and why does this happen? How do you approach your partner if you think the relationship would benefit from therapy without them taking offence to it? Do you think it's possible for couples to get over infidelity? If a partnership is planning on having a baby or are already pregnant, what are some important things to discuss? Can you get a feel for what kind of parenting style your partner will have before becoming a parent? Or is this hard to predict? Is it true that you will parent as your parents did or do the polar opposite? Is both partners really wanting the partnership to work all it takes? Or sometimes does the partnership just have to come to an end? If one partner feels that something is wrong and therapy is needed and the other partner doesn't, where do you go from there? If one partner is taking on more of the ‘stay at home' role and the other partner is taking on more of the ‘working role', how can we better explain to our partners that feelings of resentment are creeping in? What to do if sex drives don't match up? And SO MUCH MORE!!!   Beyond the Bump is a podcast brought to you by Jayde Couldwell and Sophie Pearce! A podcast targeted at mums, just like you! A place to have real conversations with honest and authentic people.   Follow us on Instagram at @beyondthebump.podcast to stay up to date with behind the scenes and future episodes.    This episode of Beyond the Bump is brought to you by Kin Fertility: Soph, let's talk pregnancy, morning sickness and hyperemesis for a second… I am still in the thick of it all babe so sure let's do it… Well, we all know prenatal vitamins are essential for women who are trying to conceive & pregnant women but whenever I tried to take any prenatal it would just come straight back up. Me too! It doesn't matter what time of day or how I take it, it just never stays down. But thanks to Kin, there's a next-generation prenatal that helps Aussie mums feel their best. Kin did plenty of research into prenatal vitamins and found that many prenatal vitamins include folic acid, which 1 in 3 women have trouble absorbing due to a common genetic variant! Kin wanted to make a prenatal that benefits everyone, so they decided to make the swap to methylated folate. This format of folate is essential for early neural development and can be used by everyone. Yes, without getting too science based this type of prenatal helps your body best absorb the ingredient and minimises common side effects like nausea, constipation, reflux and those foul fishy burps. Omg don't even. I could throw up just thinking about that Haha. For those busy mums to be or those who leave things to the last minute (we absolutely get it)Kin also offers 1- and 3-month subscription plans. Bonus - you can save up to 20% with a subscription! Kin's Prenatal is Australia's #1 rated prenatal, loved by thousands of Aussie mums and they are offering our BTB listeners 20% off the prenatal with code BTB20. Yes head to www.kinfertility.com.au to save 20% on The Prenatal using code BTB20

To Birth and Beyond
Episode 256: REPLAY BONUS - Meet the Perinatal Pros from PFSA!

To Birth and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 39:53


In today's replay of Episode 226, Jessie talks with a few colleagues who have gone through Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy about what the academy has done for them to shape, shift and evolve their coaching of postpartum people. - - - - - - - - - If you liked this episode of To Birth and Beyond, tell your friends! Find us on iTunes and Stitcher to rate/review/subscribe to the show. Want more? Visit www.ToBirthAndBeyond.com, join our Facebook group (To Birth and Beyond Podcast), and follow us on Instagram @tobirthandbeyondpodcast! Thanks for listening and joining the conversation! Resources and References Jessie's Prenatal and Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy Show Notes 0:55 - Prenatal and Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy - open for enrolment! 3:38 - Introduction to today's episode 5:01 - Erica Friedman, Pre-Postnatal Fitness Coach 13:51 - Rhonda Chamberlain, Physical Therapist and Pre-Postnatal Fitness Coach 19:11 - Kimberly Smith, Pregnancy and Postpartum Coach 22:36 - Martine Chiasson, Kineseologist and Certified Pre-Postnatal Fitness Specialist 28:20 - Mireille Treeby, Science Lecturer, Postnatal Fitness Coach 33:23 - Jessica Lacoursiere, Postnatal Strength Coach

Creating Wellness From Within
Is Yoga still relevant today? with Tanya Boigenzahn

Creating Wellness From Within

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 27:18


Creating Wellness From Within is a podcast devoted to empowering you to live your best life by taking accountability for your own personal wellness … brought to you in part by Integrated Health Systems located in Denver, CO. Women in particular have a tendency to take care of everyone else around them first, while putting their own self care and wellness on the back burner. This podcast is designed to give you actionable advice and tools to help you power up your own wellness journey, and live the best life possible!I am your host, Amy Zellmer. I am editor-in-chief of MN YOGA + Life magazine & The Brain Health Magazine, and author of several books. Additionally I am passionate about yoga, photography, wellness, and all things glittery! You can find out more about me at www.creatingwellnessfromwithin.comFollow me on: Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter         Today's guest is:  Tanya BoigenzahnTanya is the owner and director of Devanadi Yoga and Thai Yoga Bodywork, LLC in Minneapolis, MN. Devoted to sharing the gifts of yoga, wellness and well-being with clarity, fun, ease, and joy, she is a long-time daily practitioner and teacher dedicated to the constant evolution of her own soul as well as connecting students from all walks of life to living in light and reaching their fullest potential. Her background is diverse with including a rich study of Tantric Hatha Yoga, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy, Meditation, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Restorative, Prenatal and more. A gypsy at heart, Tanya loves to travel and lead retreats around the world. She sees clients and trains others in Thai Yoga Bodywork, Reiki, and mentors students to deepen their personal practice and teaching. Outside of yoga, she enjoys biking Lake Harriet, cooking Thai curries, hiking in National Parks, and cheering on her teenage son, River, in his favorite sports.  Tanya was selected by Origin Magazine as one of the top 100 Yogis Changing the World in their “Powerful Leaders” issue. She is also a featured guest teacher offering classes and tutorials on YogaInternational.com, and is one of the founders of the Shakta Yoga Collective.  www.devanadiyoga.com or www.tanyaboigenzahn.com or www.clearvisionretreat.comENJOYING THIS PODCAST?Consider supporting the podcast for $5 a month through Patreon.

Aligned Birth
Ep 73: Five Benefits of Prenatal Chiropractic Care

Aligned Birth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 42:05 Transcription Available


Prenatal chiropractic care has some well”ish”-known benefits (of course Dr. Shannon thinks more people could know about the benefits) but she has been documenting some of those lesser-known ones for a bit too and has compiled a list of commonalities.  You might be familiar with pregnant women seeking chiropractic care for aches and pains such as sciatica, low back pain, and pelvic pain.  You might also be familiar with women seeking chiropractic care for overall prenatal wellness and to balance the pelvis and sacrum to assist with optimal fetal positioning.  But have you heard of pregnant women talking about better sleep and better post-partum recovery because they got adjusted?  And what about women having a history of pre-term labor, but after getting adjusted, they've been able to go full-term?  Oh and be sure to listen to the full episode because there are some additional benefits we go over.  Resources mentioned:Episode 49: Common Pregnancy Discomforts & RemediesEpisode 19: All About Prenatal Chiropractic Care with Dr. ShannonEpisode 55: Tips For Optimal Fetal PositioningThis podcast was created from a desire to share conversations and interviews about topics from pregnancy and birth to motherhood and the importance of a healthy body and mind through it all.  Our goal is to bring you fun, interesting, and helpful conversations that excite you and make you want to learn more.  We hope what we share will make an impact and help someone else along their journey.  We believe that when you are aligned in body, mind, and your intuition, you can conquer anything!  If you like what you are hearing and you don't want to miss our newest episodes, be sure and tap subscribe. Your support is greatly appreciated.Follow us on Instagram:Aligned Birthwww.instagram.com/aligned_birthDr. Shannonwww.instagram.com/sunrise_chiropractic_wellnessDoula Rachaelwww.instagram.com/northatlantabirthCheck out our individual websites:Sunrise Chiropractic and Wellness - www.sunrisechiropracticandwellness.comNorth Atlanta Birth Services - www.northatlantabirth.comDisclaimerThe information shared, obtained, and discussed in this podcast is not intended as medical advice and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional consultation with a qualified healthcare provider familiar with your individual medical needs. By listening to this podcast you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others, including but not limited to patients that you are treating.  Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having.  This entire disclaimer also applies to any guests or contributors to the podcast.  The podcast hosts take no money from affiliate links provided in the show notes. Podcast Editing by:Chris Godfrey of Godfrey Sound: www.godfreysound.comMusic:"Freedom” by Roa - https://roamusic.wixsite.com/roamusic

Satisfaction Factor
#54 Pre and Postnatal Exercise: A Radically Different Approach with Jessie Mundell

Satisfaction Factor

Play Episode Play 34 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 35:00


This week, we're talking to Jessie Mundell (she/her). Jessie has over 15 years experience in exercise coaching and personal training for people who are pregnant, newly postpartum, and parents. She is a registered Professional Kinesiologist and holds a Master's Degree in Kinesiology, with studies focused in prenatal and postnatal exercise.Jessie is the creator of Core + Floor Restore, To Pregnancy and Beyond, the Prenatal and Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy, and co-host of the To Birth and Beyond podcast where she coaches pregnant and postpartum people, moms, parents, and fitness and health professionals on strength training and fitness during and after pregnancy.She currently works with hundreds of clients and coaches around the world, guiding them through exercise in their pregnancies, postpartum recoveries, C-section healing, and their return to more intense fitness training.We had an amazing conversation about...how Jessie's own experience with diet culture has such a profound impact in how she trains clients and other fitness coachesthe biggest areas of opportunities for fitness professionals when working with pre and post-natal clientshow diet culture, racism, anti-fatness and other systems of oppression impact the pre-natal, birth, and post-partum experienceJessie's Pre-Natal and Post-Natal Fitness Specialist Academy and how it is radically different than all other pre/postnatal fitness courses out there...and so much more! If you're a fitness professional who works with pregnant or post-natal clients, if you are currently pregnant or a new parent, OR if you have an interest in diving deep into exploring ways to move and live in your body without all of the harmful diet culture narratives, you will not want to miss this episode!The Pre and Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy is currently open for enrollment! For more information and to sign up visit: https://programs.jessiemundell.com/cert/Where to find Jessie:Jessie's Instagram: @jessiemundellTo Birth and Beyond Podcast Instagram: @tobirthandbeyondpodcastWebsite: http://www.jessiemundell.comSign up for The Satisfaction Space: http://thesatisfactionspace.mn.coYou can stay up to date on all things Satisfaction Factor by following us on IG @satisfactionfactorpod!Here's where to find us:Sadie Simpson: www.sadiesimpson.com or IG @sadiemsimpsonNaomi Katz: www.happyshapes.co or IG @happyshapesnaomiFor this episode's transcript, visit: www.satisfactionfactorpod.com

Hormonally Yours with The Hormone Dietitian
Why Work With a Dietitian Doula?

Hormonally Yours with The Hormone Dietitian

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 61:03


If you're thinking about trying to conceive... why might you want to consider working with a doula? What's the difference between a doula and a midwife? Can you work with a doula if you're having a hospital birth? When should you reach out to a doula during pregnancy? I had these questions about working with a doula and more, and I suspect you do too! In this episode, I'm talking to Erika Watson-Lawson, who is not only a doula but a dietitian as well. In fact, she refers to herself as a Doula-Dietitian Diva and a Dietitian by Day, Doula by Night, and she is able to help her clients in a unique way, supporting them not only through preparing for birth physically but also nutritionally! Erika, founder of Purely Nourishing Doula, has been a registered dietitian for over 15 years, and added virtual and in-person (Jacksonville, FL area) doula services which include nutrition coaching, pregnancy and labor services, and postpartum care. She strives to educate and empower pregnant people and their partners through the whole process. Having PCOS herself, and the mother of 4 (including a set of twins!), she not only knows what she's talking about, but she's been there herself! In this episode, I'm talking with Erika about all the reasons why you might want to consider having a doula on your team for your next birth! This Week We Talk About:  What doulas do, the difference between doulas and midwives, and who might benefit from doula support The different times and places where doulas can offer support to birthing parents How being a doula dietitian allows her support her clients with 360º care What working with a virtual doula actually looks like How doulas work with birth partners to keep them involved in the process The importance of doulas in the Black community Why postpartum support is essential and what to focus on Erika's personal journey with PCOS and becoming a mother   Mentioned in this episode PCOS Meal Prep Made Easy Workshop – In this hour-long workshop, I break down exactly HOW to eat for PCOS. Learn my simple 3-step formula for planning meals with PCOS, no matter where you are so that you can have balanced blood sugar, lower inflammation, and support gut and hormone health... without giving up a single food or spending hours in the kitchen! Where to find Erika Watson-Lawson, Doula-Dietitian: Erika's Website: Purely Nourishing Doula Erika's Instagram: @purelynourishingdoula Love the podcast? Leave a rating and review! Or share an episode with a friend who could benefit! Give us a follow on Instagram or Facebook for daily posts on PCOS, hormones, and fertility. Check out our website for more articles and information and to learn how to work with Melissa.   Disclaimer: This website and podcast are not intended to provide medical advice. Please consult with your doctor before implementing nutrition, lifestyle, or supplement changes. 

Meditation Mama
Prenatal Stress Relief Meditation 2

Meditation Mama

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 11:39


Pregnancy can be stressful, and it comes with so many ups and downs. This guided meditation is designed to help you quiet your mind, and relax your body so you can get some stress relief. Thank you to our sponsor Primary- Get 30% off your order at primary.com/mama and use code MAMA30 to save through 10/22/22 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 info@yogaforyouonline.com IG- @yogaforyouonline

To Birth and Beyond
Episode 255: The Necessity and Value of Having Mentors as a Fitness or Health Pro

To Birth and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 24:43


Today, we are talking about the value and importance of having continuing mentors as a coach or clinician to evolve and grow in our work. - - - - - - - - - If you liked this episode of To Birth and Beyond, tell your friends! Find us on iTunes and Stitcher to rate/review/subscribe to the show. Want more? Visit www.ToBirthAndBeyond.com, join our Facebook group (To Birth and Beyond Podcast), and follow us on Instagram @tobirthandbeyondpodcast! Thanks for listening and joining the conversation! Resources and References Jessie's Prenatal and Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy Show Notes 0:55 - Prenatal and Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy - open for enrolment! 3:45 - What we are talking about today! 6:14 - How did Anita get started working in pelvic health? 9:17 - Did Anita know that pelvic health was a thing she could specialize in when she was in physio school? 10:30 - How things have trended towards pelvic health even since we started this podcast 11:01 - Jessie's personal training journey to a pre/postnatal fitness specialization 12:29 - Who was Anita learning from / being mentored by in her early years? 15:50 - Respecting the responsibility that comes with working with pregnancy, postpartum, and pelvic health 16:30 - Do I really NEED another pregnancy and postpartum certification? 17:39 - One of the first applications Jessie saw of the pelvic floor in fitness - and her journey as a mentee 22:29 - One of the most amazing parts of adding prenatal and postnatal to Anita's practice is… 23:45 - Why it's key to learn about perinatal health from people in AND outside of our industry

Journey to Birth
69. Stillpoint Prenatal Breathwork Workshop Recording

Journey to Birth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 49:08


TLDR: Get the full Stillpoint Prenatal Breathwork Worshop Recording for free at NaturalBirthCompass.com/BreatheFree.As I've probably mentioned before, one of the most common things I'm asked about is how to breathe for labor and it's always a difficult question for me to answer because, when you're in labor you should breath in the way that feels most natural to you rather than be directed by someone. The problem I've come to realize is, most people aren't breathing properly before pregnancy, and then it's further compromised during pregnancy by the changes that come with growing a baby, so by the time birth arrives, many women have a breathing pattern that leans toward a sympathetic nervous system pattern, also known as fight or flight, which has a place in life, but is not an optimal state for birth, as you will hear in this episode. The other concern I've noticed is that many women are being given inaccurate information about what functional breathing looks like and this can lead to an increase in pregnancy related conditions like diastasis recti, pelvic floor dysfunction, even things like sciatica and hemorrhoids can be compromised by less optimal breath practice technique. So I also covered a bit about that in this episode.Rather than just talk about it here, today I have something a little more for you. I'm excited to share an excerpt of a prenatal breathwork workshop where I had the opportunity to dive in deep to the importance of Air and Breath through the lens of the Triple Spiral of Birth Wisdom, the three spirals being Nature-based Wisdom, where I talk about the nature of air and breath and how it creates our connection with the greater world we are within, then the second spiral of Ancestral Wisdom where I shared about how we breathe and how to optimize breath, and the third pillar, Alchemical Wisdom where we did some Qi Gong movement to open the respiratory passageways followed by two of my favorite breathwork practices, Three Dantian Breathing and Stillpoint Breathing to Unlock the Subconscious.  Here on the podcast, I will be sharing the first half of the recording, which focuses on and how we can consciously use our breath to regulate our nervous system and to access our subconscious mind in preparation for birth as well as the first spiral of Nature-based wisdom and the second spiral, Ancestral Wisdom until the workshop  reaches a point where you will probably want the video to follow along with the experiential aspect. So if you would like the full video recording, I am happy to share that it's available for free at NaturalBirthCompass.com/BreatheFree.

Trap Bootcamp Podcast
Ep. 25-Bounce Back and be A FitMom |Pre-Natal Fitness | TBC Podcast | Guest - Healthy Bump Club-Taska Moore

Trap Bootcamp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 92:03


Ep. 27 -Baby, I Got That Bounce Back - Guest Taska Moore Are you a Fit Mom looking to bounce back from Pregnancy? Have you seen pregnant women doing intense workouts and wonder if it is safe? Well this episode is for you. Join Kawanna " OJD" Lewis and Sam Silver for another great episode where we dig in on information for our Fit moms. Leave a comment if you are a fitmom. What else do you want to learn Who is Taska Moore? For over 15 years, Taska Moore, M.D., has cared for women as a board-certified Obstetrician & Gynecologist. She has spent most of her career working exclusively in underserved communities. Working in communities of limited means present challenges including battling diseases caused or worsened by poor health choices. Healthcare access, food deserts, and ongoing healthcare disparities are factors that influence such decisions. Dr. Moore is determined to provide high quality care to women with socioeconomic challenges and provides resources to empower them with better options. As a certified ACE health coach for the last 5 years, she uses her knowledge regarding exercise and nutrition to guide patients in their journey towards healthier lives. As the valedictorian of her High School graduating class, a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta chapter of the pre-medicine society at Cornell University, chapter president of the American Medical Student Association at the Icahn School of Medicine (formerly Mount Sinai), Chief Resident during her residency training and former Chief Medical Officer at a community health center with 10 sites; her determination for being a catalyst in the evolution of medicine towards cultural competency and improved representation, has made her a leader throughout her life. As Founder of Healthy Bump Club, she continues to be a trailblazer creating a digital platform that educates and facilitates dialogue on women's health with a focus on pregnancy related topics for moms of color. She has gathered a Healthy Bump Club team consisting of all women of color healthcare professionals enthused to share both their clinical knowledge and personal experiences to help other women have safer journeys to and through the first year of motherhood. https://youtu.be/zqEzvX30Lz4 Fitmom This episode is for you! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trapbootcamppodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trapbootcamppodcast/support

To Birth and Beyond
Episode 254: The Truth About Kegels and Harmful Postnatal Body Marketing

To Birth and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 82:47


Today's episode is a recent episode of Jason and Lauren Pak's “Reasonably Fit” podcast Jessie was a guest on that they were so gracious to let us share! We talk about how messaging and marketing to pregnancy and postpartum folks can be harmful, best practices for exercising in pregnancy, returning to exercise postpartum, and a deep dive into the pelvic floor with optimal pelvic muscle training tips! - - - - - - - - - If you liked this episode of To Birth and Beyond, tell your friends! Find us on iTunes and Stitcher to rate/review/subscribe to the show. Want more? Visit www.ToBirthAndBeyond.com, join our Facebook group (To Birth and Beyond Podcast), and follow us on Instagram @tobirthandbeyondpodcast! Thanks for listening and joining the conversation! Resources and References Jessie's Prenatal and Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy Show Notes 0:55 - Prenatal and Postnatal Fitness Specialist Academy - get on the waitlist for more info, today! 3:18 - Intro to today's episode!

UBC News World
Learn If Genetic Testing Is Right For You With Top Menlo Park Prenatal Counselor

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 2:44


San Francisco Genetic Counseling (415-715-9698) helps new parents in Menlo Park understand their baby better! Are you worried about your baby's health? Do you want to know everything you need to know before giving birth? Give us a call today! Learn more at https://www.sf-genetics.com (https://www.sf-genetics.com)

Aligned Birth
Ep: 71 All About Prenatal Massage Therapy with Tara Thompson

Aligned Birth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 60:03 Transcription Available


In this week's episode, Dr. Shannon sits down with Tara Thompson, a metro-Atlanta prenatal, postpartum, and infant massage therapist to discuss all things massage!  We cover:Some of the top reasons moms are seeking prenatal massageWhen to get a prenatal massageHow are the massages performedAt home things moms can do for comfortWhat is a lymphatic massageWhat does postpartum massage therapy look likeWhat is infant massageAnd more!Not only is Tara a talented massage therapist, but she is Cappa Certified Doula, a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator, and an Evidence Based Birth Instructor.  She uses all of her knowledge of prenatal health and wellness to help moms-to-be be more comfortable and advocate for themselves.  As always, be sure to locate a massage therapist in your area with prenatal training, and keep your care provider informed.  Connect with Tara:Tara's Birth Services - websiteTara Thompson Co - on instagram This podcast was created from a desire to share conversations and interviews about topics from pregnancy and birth to motherhood and the importance of a healthy body and mind through it all.  Our goal is to bring you fun, interesting, and helpful conversations that excite you and make you want to learn more.  We hope what we share will make an impact and help someone else along their journey.  We believe that when you are aligned in body, mind, and your intuition, you can conquer anything!  If you like what you are hearing and you don't want to miss our newest episodes, be sure and tap subscribe. Your support is greatly appreciated.Follow us on Instagram:Aligned Birthwww.instagram.com/aligned_birthDr. Shannonwww.instagram.com/sunrise_chiropractic_wellnessDoula Rachaelwww.instagram.com/northatlantabirthCheck out our individual websites:Sunrise Chiropractic and Wellness - www.sunrisechiropracticandwellness.comNorth Atlanta Birth Services - www.northatlantabirth.comDisclaimerThe information shared, obtained, and discussed in this podcast is not intended as medical advice and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional consultation with a qualified healthcare provider familiar with your individual medical needs. By listening to this podcast you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others, including but not limited to patients that you are treating.  Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having.  This entire disclaimer also applies to any guests or contributors to the podcast.  The podcast hosts take no money from affiliate links provided in the show notes. Podcast Editing by:Chris Godfrey of Godfrey Sound: www.godfreysound.comMusic:"Freedom” by Roa - https://roamusic.wixsite.com/roamusic

The Adopting and Fostering Home
Prenatal Trauma and Disruption in Early Childhood Milestones

The Adopting and Fostering Home

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 29:53


Back from our summer sabbatical, host Lynette Ezell and social worker Lindsey Martin discuss prenatal trauma and its potential effects.

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast
#285 - The Mandela Effect, Dry Fasting, Nutritional Supplementation, Pregnancy, Prenatal Health, Maintenance Fasting, Intuitive Eating, And More!

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 66:45 Very Popular


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Babes and Babies
EP 237: Zoe's Story with Karmel Garcia: Down Syndrome Awareness Month

Babes and Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 79:09


Karmel Garcia is on this episode sharing the story of her 3 year old, Zoe, who was born with Down Syndrome. She takes us from the beginning with a prenatal diagnosis, the birth and through her first three years of life. Karmel started to see a need for families to have therapuetic tools to work with their kids at home and has started Zoe's Tool Box. https://www.instagram.com/karmelita16/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/zoes_toolbox/?hl=en Non Profit https://www.zoes-toolbox.com/ Every baby born with Down syndrome will have their own unique experiences and abilities. Some will have many medical procedures in their first year, and some will be born never spending a day in the hospital.  For any diagnosis the first year is the hardest to navigate, and we are here to be a box of sunshine to those families. Books to check out: You Are Enough Different - A Great Thing to Be What's Inside you, Is Inside Me Too Hannah's Down Syndrome Powers 47 Strings Connect with Liz https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://miraculousmamas.com/    

AP Audio Stories
Scientists honored for COVID-19 tracker, prenatal test

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 0:47


AP correspondent Jennifer King reports on the Lasker Awards-medical researchers honored.

The Postpartum Circle
Working Out and Building a Community with Lisa Druxman of FIT4MOM

The Postpartum Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 20:24


Is it possible to truly show up for your children when you're not showing up for yourself?With the pressure that comes from having little ones looking up to us, there also comes an incredible gift: the opportunity to connect back to the self.Today, we're talking to Lisa Druxman, the founder of FIT4MOM and expert in the field of pre and post natal fitness.The business and community she has built serve as a testament to the incredible power of a supported motherhood experience and how crucial it is that mothers continue to lead by example.****For more juicy tips, information, and links you absolutely want to check out, go to https://postpartumu.com/postpartum-university-podcast-ep79/ for more!

Bloom Podcast
NICU AWARENESS WITH COURTNEY HOWARD: high risk pregnancy with preterm birth, c-section delivery, prenatal/postpartum depression, & more

Bloom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 74:12


Hey guys! Welcome to Episode 30 of Bloom Podcast with sisters, Carrie and Courtney. Today, Carrie is joined by special guest, Courtney Howard, as she talks about her journey through pregnancy with an emphasis on NICU awareness, high risk pregnancy with preterm birth, c-section delivery, prenatal/postpartum depression, & more. We hope you enjoy today's episode! TW: miscarriage, preterm birth, anxiety/depression, PPD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloom_podcast/ Business Inquiries: bloompodcast.info@gmail.com Where to find Courtney: Instagram TikTok Affiliate Links: Canva Cozy Earth Earth Harbor Ettika Jewelry Liquid I.V. - Use Code BLOOM for 25% off and FREE SHIPPING Loopy Cases - Use Code BLOOM PODCAST for 10% off Sol de Janeiro Products mentioned: Frank Body Glycolic Body Scrub *Sun Bum Original SPF 30 Glow Sunscreen Lotion *Some of the above links are affiliate links. We earn a small commission from qualifying purchases with no extra cost to you.* --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bloom-podcast1/support

Spectrum Autism Research
U.K. health authority investigates epilepsy drug's link to autism

Spectrum Autism Research

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 5:05


Prenatal exposure to topiramate increases a child's autism odds, according to the study that prompted the inquiry, but experts caution that pregnant people with epilepsy have few other options for controlling seizures. The post U.K. health authority investigates epilepsy drug's link to autism appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.

Rio Bravo qWeek
Episode 111: Pregnancy FAQ

Rio Bravo qWeek

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 28:41


Episode 111: Pregnancy FAQ  Dr. Urso answers commonly asked questions during pregnancy.  You are listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast, your weekly dose of knowledge brought to you by the Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program from Bakersfield, California, a UCLA-affiliated program sponsored by Clinica Sierra Vista, Let Us Be Your Healthcare Home. This podcast was created for educational purposes only. Visit your primary care provider for additional medical advice.Written by Carmen Urso, MD. Edited by Hector Arreaza, MD.Pregnancy is one of the most exciting moments of a woman's life, but at the same time, it could be a little scary because whatever the mother does may affect the baby. This is why it is so important to make sure about general recommendations during pregnancy. The information I present here is evidence-based. 1. Should I take prenatal vitamins?The goal of prenatal supplements is to provide the vitamins and minerals needed to promote normal fetal development. Some studies have shown that in high-income countries where the food is vitamin-fortified, and typically people are well-nourished, vitamin supplementation has not proved to improve maternal and neonatal outcomes. However, a Cochrane review of randomized trials in low- and middle-income countries with vitamin and mineral diet deficiency found that supplementation reduces the risk of low birth weight and small for gestational age. Because you don't always know the nutritional status of a patient, it is advised to use a standard prenatal vitamin. What are the most important vitamins in the prenatal period? The 2 most important elements are folic acid and iron, which can be found in regular prenatal vitamins. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) recommends multivitamins with: -Folic acid: 400mcg to 800mcg daily to reduce the risk of neural tube defects. It is recommended to start before pregnancy until the end of the first trimester (12 weeks). Patients with a history of fetal neural tubal defect should take 4000 mcg (4mg) daily. The USPSTF recommends (Grade A, 2017) to supplement with folic acid for all women of childbearing before pregnancy. Supplementation should start at least one month before pregnancy, according to CDC. -Iron: 30 mg/day to prevent maternal anemia. The formulation should contain 15-30 mg/dl. Most prenatal contain about 30 mg, which is considered a “low” dose, and 65 mg of elemental iron is equivalent to 325 mg of ferrous sulfate, which is a common supplement given to patients in our clinics. So, patients could take one tablet of 325 mg of ferrous sulfate daily and have enough for their pregnancy, or take it every other day if they are intolerant to iron]-Vitamin D: Vitamin D deficiency is associated with preterm birth and preeclampsia. 200-600 international units are recommended. ACOG does not recommend screening for vitamin D deficiency before or during pregnancy. The USPSTF concluded there is insufficient evidence to recommend for or against Vitamin D deficiency screening in asymptomatic adults. This is a Grade I recommendation.-Calcium: Supplements should contain 1000 mg/dL. Most multivitamins have 200-300mg; the rest of the daily calcium should come from dietary sources. Foods rich in calcium include dairy products such as milk, yogurt, cheese, soybeans, seeds, beans, lentils, and dark-green leafy vegetables like kale, spinach, and collard greens. Another source of vitamin D is sun exposure. We do not recommend sun exposure as a source of vitamin D, but there are benefits to sun exposure for other reasons, for example, mood.2. Should I be eating for 2 while I am pregnant?It is a misconception. Pregnant women do not have to eat for 2. Caloric intake will depend on the number of fetuses (single or multiple), the trimester, and the pre-pregnancy weight. During the first trimester, no extra daily calories are needed. In the second trimester, a pregnant person will need 340 extra calories/day, and in the third, 450 extra calories/day for a total of 2200 to 2900 kcal/day. The weight gain will be based on pre-pregnancy BMI (body mass index). For example, a patient who is overweight (BMI 20-29) should gain 15-25 lbs. in the whole pregnancy, but a patient with obesity (BMI above 30) should gain 11-20 lbs. only. These are the recommendations by the National Academy of Medicine.Interestingly, if you are underweight before pregnancy, you can gain 30-40 pounds.National Academy of Medicine Recommendations for Weight Gain in Pregnancy:Pre-pregnancy BMI Category (kg/m2)                  Recommended Weight Gain (lbs.) Underweight (less than 18.5)                                                       28–40 Normal weight (18.5-24.9)                                                              25-30Overweight (25.0-29.9)                                                                    15-25Obese (30 or greater)                                                                         11-203. Can I drink alcohol?There is not a safe level of alcohol during pregnancy. Alcohol can cause life-long birth defects. Even little amounts can cause problems to the baby, such as coordination, behavior, attention, and learning disability. Heavy drinking can cause fetal alcohol syndrome, characterized by developmental delay, short stature, abnormal facial features, small head size, vision impairments, and hearing difficulty. It is recommended to avoid alcohol at all costs during pregnancy. 4. Can I drink coffee? Caffeine increases catecholamine levels in the maternal blood, and it crosses the placenta. Caffeine was thought to increase the risk of spontaneous miscarriage, but recent studies showed that moderate caffeine intake was not related to miscarriage or preterm birth. ACOG states that low to moderate intake, less than 200mg (6 oz per day), does not appear to be associated with adverse effects. The amount of caffeine varies in different foods. For example, 8 oz of brewed coffee has approximately 137mg of caffeine. Also, we must remember that caffeine is in other drinks like soda and tea.Content of caffeine in different drinks: -Instant Coffee 76mg -Tea, Brewed 48mg; Instant 26-36mg-Caffeinated soft drink (12 oz) 37mg-Hot cocoa (12oz) 8-12mg-Chocolate milk (8oz) 5-8mg-Dark chocolate (1.45 oz) 30mg -Milk chocolate (1.55oz) 11mg -Semi-sweet chocolate (1/4 cup) 26-28mg -Chocolate syrup (tbsp) 3 mg-Coffee ice cream or frozen yogurt 2mg 5. Can I eat fish?Fish is an excellent source of omega 3, which is associated with improved neurodevelopment in children, decreased risk of preterm birth, and reduced allergy and atopic disease. Fish also contains mercury which can cause fetal neurologic damage. All fish contain mercury, but some have more than others. This is why it is so important to know what fish has more mercury content.ACOG recommends 2 to 3 servings per week. Pregnant women can have fish high in omega 3 and low in mercury. Some examples of fish that are high in omega 3 and low in mercury are anchovies, Atlantic herring, Atlantic mackerel, mussels, oysters, farmed and wild salmon, sardines, snapper, and trout. Seafood that is low in mercury and low in omega 3 includes shrimp, pollock, tilapia, cod, and catfish. Fish high in mercury include king mackerel, marlin, orange roughy, shark, swordfish, tilefish, and tuna bigeye. 6. Can I eat sushi?Raw fish can carry bacteria or parasites. Therefore, it is recommended not to have raw fish, but you can have cooked options like tempura sushi. For example, all ingredients are cooked in the California roll except the cucumber and avocado.7. Can I exercise?Yes. If you do not have any complications (healthy pregnancy), it is recommended that you have moderate-intensity aerobic exercise for 30 minutes, 5-7 days a week. Moderate exercise means you can carry on a normal conversation during exercise. For example, brisk walking, gardening, and dancing. The benefits of exercising during pregnancy go beyond maintaining a good weight. Exercise also decreases muscle discomfort (back pain, pelvic pain), makes the pelvic floor strong, and decreases the risk of urinary incontinence. Avoid exercises with a higher risk of injuries, such as skiing, horseback riding, scuba diving, hot yoga o hot Pilates (for the risk of overheating), and skydiving. 8. Hot tubs and swimmingHot tubs are not recommended during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester, because higher body temperature has been associated with neural tube defects and miscarriage. Swimming does not appear to have any teratogenic effect because pools are typically cooler than body temperature. 9. Can I dye my hair? There is limited data on the safety of cosmetics. Because it is a topical product, systemic absorption is supposed to be low unless the skin is compromised. However, it is recommended to avoid ammonia-based products. Plant-based hair dyes are probably safe. Also, using these products in a well-ventilated area is recommended to avoid allergies. 10.  Is it safe to have sex during pregnancy?Sex is safe if you do not have any complications such as placenta previa, vaginal bleeding, cervical incompetence, preterm labor, risk of preterm labor, or leaking of amniotic fluid. Sex does not increase the risk of complications during pregnancy, but like in the general population, there is a risk of sexually transmitted diseases during pregnancy. During pregnancy, the vaginal circulation is increased, and the cervix is more sensitive, so may have scant vaginal bleeding during intercourse but if the bleeding is heavy, patients should be evaluated.Conclusion: Now we conclude our episode number 111 “Pregnancy FAQ.” Dr. Urso explained that pregnancy is one of the most exciting moments in a woman's life. Special care is needed to make sure both mother and baby are healthy and safe during this special time. Appropriate vitamin supplementation, a nutritious diet, adequate exercise, and avoiding alcohol are key elements of prenatal care. We were reminded that sex is generally safe in uncomplicated pregnancies. This week we thank Hector Arreaza, Carmen Urso, Gagan Kooner, and Arianna Lundquist. Audio by Adrianne Silva.Even without trying, every night you go to bed a little wiser. Thanks for listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast. We want to hear from you, send us an email at RioBravoqWeek@clinicasierravista.org, or visit our website riobravofmrp.org/qweek. See you next week! _____________________References:Fox, N.S. “Do and Don'ts in pregnancy, truths and myths”. Obstetrics & Gynecology, vol 131, issue 4, 2018, pp.713–21. DOI:10.1097/AOG.0000000000002517. https://journals.lww.com/greenjournal/Fulltext/2018/04000/Dos_and_Don_ts_in_Pregnancy__Truths_and_Myths.16.aspx. Accessed 7 July. 2022.Advice about eating fish. For those who might become or are pregnant or breastfeeding and children ages 1- 11 years. https://www.fda.gov/food/consumers/advice-about-eating-fish. Accessed 1 August 2022.Garner C.D. Nutrition in pregnancy: Dietary requirements and supplements. Up to Date, last updated April 14, 2022. https://www.uptodate.com/contents/nutrition-in-pregnancy-dietary-requirements-and-supplements. Accessed 4 August 2022.Lockwood, C.J. Prenatal care: Patient education, health promotion, and safety of commonly used drugs. Up to Date, last updated August 16, 2022.https://www.uptodate.com/contents/prenatal-care-patient-education-health-promotion-and-safety-of-commonly-used-drugs. Accessed 1 August 2022.Goetzl, L.M. Folic acid supplementation in pregnancy. Up to Date, Last Updated Jun 16, 2022. https://www.uptodate.com/contents/folic-acid-supplementation-in-pregnancy. Accessed 2 August 2022.Haider BA, Bhutta ZA. Multiple-micronutrient supplementation for women during pregnancy. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2017 Apr 13;4(4):CD004905. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD004905.pub5. Update in: Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2019 Mar 14;3:CD004905. PMID: 28407219; PMCID: PMC6478115. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28407219/. Accessed 2 August 2022.“Moderate Caffeine Consumption During Pregnancy”, The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists (ACOG). Committee Opinion, Number 462, August 2010. (Reaffirmed 2020). https://www.acog.org/clinical/clinical-guidance/committee-opinion/articles/2010/08/moderate-caffeine-consumption-during-pregnancy. Accessed 1 August 2022.Royalty-free music used for this episode: Good Vibes Alt Mix by Videvo, downloaded on May 06, 2022 from https://www.videvo.net/royalty-free-music-track/good-vibes-alt-mix/1017292/

Mile High Chiro Podcast
[Podcast] Rockstar Doctor Life - Dr. Melissa Longo

Mile High Chiro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 36:44


How often have you dreamed about having a rockstar doctor life?  If so, it's important to learn about life's successes, struggles, and tips from people who are where you want to go, to help you rock your life as a chiropractor!  Well, then you probably listen to Dr. Melissa Longo's Rockstar Doctor Life.   Dr. Melissa Longo is a Collingwood, Ontario, Canada Chiropractor in her 20th year of family practice. Born and raised in Toronto, she attended Dalhousie and McMaster Universities, graduating with a Bachelor of Kinesiology. She then studied at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She has extensive training in Prenatal and Pediatric care and was awarded a fellowship with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association in 2002. Dr. Melissa has always been highly active in her local community.  She has been nominated for the Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards, and her practice has been nominated in the category of customer service.  She lectures regularly on a variety of health topics and has been invited to present at community events and organizations, as well as corporate events. Dr. Longo also mentors other Chiropractors to support their practice development and help them deepen their clinical skills. She hosts a Podcast for Chiropractors and speaks at conferences and conventions internationally. When not in practice or lecturing, Melissa lives a highly active life and devotes much of her time to raising her two teenage sons. On this episode, you'll hear about Melissa's experience putting on the Rockstar Doctor Life podcast for the last six years.  Being guests on Melissa's podcast was a great honor for the Knowles practice!  Melissa shares:   How she picked a focus for the podcast What she learned from doing the podcast The most fun aspect of doing the podcast What she gained from the podcast The meaning of balance And MUCH more! Find out more about the experience of a Rockstar doctor life, what it takes to rock your life as a chiropractor, and what's next for Dr. Melissa Longo.  You can find more about her on her website at https://drmelissa.ca.   Be sure to clear your calendar to be at Mile High September 23rd, 2023 for Mile High 11.

My Body, My Bump, My Baby
A Beautiful Birth Story-Kaley

My Body, My Bump, My Baby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 23:50


There are so many horror birth stories being told and it has us all feeling nervous about giving birth. As it turns out, at Enso, we hear a ton of beautiful birth stories. Stories of strength and empowerment. It would be selfish to keep those all to ourselves. So, as part of our mission to shine light on how beautiful birth can be, we are asking women to share their beautiful birth stories on our podcast.In this episode we meet Kaley as she tell us the birth story of Beau.Interested in preparing for the birth of your baby? Learn with your podcast host Bea, professional birth worker and teacher since 2013.https://birth-u.thinkific.com/

The Strong Moms Fitness Prenatal and Postnatal Podcast with Daisy Bravo
Choosing an optimal prenatal & postnatal vitamin for growth & development of your baby during pregnancy and breastfeeding - Kaslyn Rezac

The Strong Moms Fitness Prenatal and Postnatal Podcast with Daisy Bravo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 17:43 Transcription Available


❤ Kaslyn Rezac  Of Nutrition with Kaslyn is going to teach you why your prenatal vitamin may be lacking, what you should look for when choosing an optimal prenatal and how long to continue taking a prenatal after birth!. Kaslyn is giving away a 30-minute prenatal/postnatal supplement consultation to make sure you are taking the best prenatal/postpartum supplement to help promote your baby's optimal growth and development while pregnant and while breastfeeding valued at $60

Faithful Freedom with Teryn Gregson
Episode 32: VSAM: Clinical Trial Fraud uncovered by former R&D Pharma Exec. and prenatal malfeasance | Ep. 31

Faithful Freedom with Teryn Gregson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 29:31


Former Big Pharma Research and Development Executive Sasha Latypova discloses the clinical fraud data she discovered for the COVID-19 shots, as well as, proof the pharmaceutical companies knew the adverse affects the vaccines had on pregnant women and unborn children. This live interview is from the Third Annual We the Patriots USA Vaccine Safety Awareness Marathon Sept. 10th & 11th.►Learn more about the Vaccine Safety Awareness Marathon: https://wethepatriotsusa.org/vaccine-safety-awareness-marathon/►Read Sasha Latypova's work on TrialSite News: https://www.trialsitenews.com/p/latypova►Her article “Covid-19 Injections in Pregnant Women Lead to 8X Increase in Spontaneous Abortions and 3X Increase in Stillbirths.” https://www.trialsitenews.com/a/covid-19-injections-in-pregnant-women-lead-to-8x-increase-in-spontaneous-abortions-and-3x-increase-in-stillbirths.-a48c57af► Shop Faith & Freedom Over Fear Gear: https://wethepatriotsusa.org/faithful-freedom► Subscribe to the podcast newsletter: https://teryngregson.com/podcast► Subscribe to the podcast:iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/faithful-freedom-with-teryn-gregson/id1598602749Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dKsn0JqtNJfarUUVYuv5v?si=a810d53643fb4017Google Play: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9pbmZvNjA1NzAucG9kb21hdGljLmNvbS9yc3MyLnhtbAYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/teryngregsonRumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1020046►Subscribe to the We The Patriots USA newsletter: https://wethepatriotsusa.org/news-updates/

Thank You, Mama
Showing Up For Life

Thank You, Mama

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 32:32


Deb Flashenberg is the founder and director of “Prenatal Yoga Center”, the first of its kind in New York City. Deb shares how her American mom Harriet rebuilt her life, showing up for her children after her husband passed away in an accident and leaving her a widow at 55. We learn from Harriet about being in (but not wallowing in) dark times; making your friends into your family; allowing yourself to enjoy life; and resilience and hard work. We also hear a recipe for a joyous “3rd act”; what it was like being a child in the 1970's - and how our generation tries to be great parents by learning from these experiences. To learn more about Deb and her "Prenatal Yoga Center", please visit her website.  To contact Ana, please send your mail to: info@thankyoumama.net For more about “Thank You, Mama" and to subscribe to the newsletter, please visit: http://www.thankyoumama.net To connect with Ana on social media: https://www.instagram.com/anatajder/ https://www.facebook.com/ana.tajder https://www.linkedin.com/in/anatajder/ https://twitter.com/tajder

Attachment Theory in Action with Karen Doyle Buckwalter
Dr. Gerhard Schroth: Enabling an Inner Dialogue with Prenatal Bonding (BA) - Part 2

Attachment Theory in Action with Karen Doyle Buckwalter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 28:45


Karen welcomes Dr. Gerhard Schroth, a psychotherapist and trainer of Prenatal Bonding (BA), to the show for the conclusion of their discussion on the importance of an inner dialogue between mother and unborn child.

Ditch The Quick Fix
Toxicity and Infertility Part 2 with Dr. Leah Gordon

Ditch The Quick Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 27:52


Dr. Leah Gordon is a licensed naturopathic and functional medicine doctor who offers fertility consultation services. She is a dedicated women's health educator who runs the Womanhood Wellness education platform. She speaks about the lifestyle changes we can introduce to boost fertility and importance of a holistic approach to reproductive health.Key Takeaways1:27 Exposure to toxins leads to oxidative damage in the body3:08 How stress impacts fertility?7:08 How to improve your chances of becoming a parent?11:58 Prenatal supplements are not a replacement for a good diet14:14 How chiropractic care can help with fertility?16:55 Patient history is critical for better fertility guidance19:14 Women should give birth wherever they feel safe23:56 Get to the place where you feel abundant and energetic25:44 Dr. Leah on her involvement in the docuseries ‘Not so Pretty' With 50% of adults now diagnosed with a potentially deadly chronic disease…And millions more un-diagnosed — but still experiencing strange symptoms they can't solve…The average person is sicker than ever before.Save your seat at the UNAVERAGE HEALTH SUMMIT to hear world-class speakers and you'll gain valuable knowledge to beat the odds.https://www.unaveragehealth.comYou can find Dr Leah Gordon hereShe's in the HBO docuseries Not so PrettyHer Instagram  and websitehttps://www.womanhoodwellness.com

Striving to be Spiritual
5 Questions to Ask Your Doctor or Midwife at Your First Prenatal Appointment

Striving to be Spiritual

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 16:11


Asking questions can seem intimidating when talking with doctor's and midwifes. In this episode I give five questions to ask at your first prenatal appointment and some mindset shifts if asking questions to providers is hard for you.  FIND POSITIVITY IN YOUR POCKET  with the **Positive Pregnancy Program**: This self-led video program, made for those who desire to find positivity durning their pregnancy. Those women who want to have strong mental health during pregnancy! This Mini Course will help you mentally navigate the hardships of pregnancy. https://positiveinpregnancy.com/pregnancyishard  Positivity in Pregnancy and Motherhood website: Positiveinpregnancy.com Library of Pregnancy Podcasts that go through pregnancy: (you will have to scroll down, just a little :) ) https://positiveinpregnancy.com/pregnancyishard Here is the Facebook Page for Pregnancy is hard: I have documented my journey of my fourth baby on this page and have other juicy and good tips for enjoying pregnancy better.  https://www.facebook.com/pregnancyishard Here is the Pregnancy is Hard Support Group on Facebook: Let's offer support, help and fun for those in the trenches of pregnancy!  https://www.facebook.com/groups/165102315544693 Email me at: melioramentor@gmail.com

Attachment Theory in Action with Karen Doyle Buckwalter
Dr. Gerhard Schroth: Enabling an Inner Dialogue with Prenatal Bonding (BA) - Part 1

Attachment Theory in Action with Karen Doyle Buckwalter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 35:00


Karen welcomes Dr. Gerhard Schroth, a psychotherapist and trainer of Prenatal Bonding (BA), to the show to discuss the importance of an inner dialogue between mother and unborn child. Part two will be released on September 13th

The Mama Well Podcast
Maybe we should look under the hood | All about prenatal nutrition with Kristin Brown

The Mama Well Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 28:14


If you feel like sometimes your health is coming last and are ready to learn how to find balance with your in a simple and sustainable way… Grab our FREE mini course below that will help guide you with our foundational steps! Click here! Today Brooke is talking with Kristin about prenatal nutrition and why… Continue reading Maybe we should look under the hood | All about prenatal nutrition with Kristin Brown

The Fitnessista Podcast: Healthy In Real Life
108: Prenatal fitness + shifting fitness perspectives with Laura Varney

The Fitnessista Podcast: Healthy In Real Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 39:43


Hi friends! So excited that the podcast is BACK :) I anticipate summers being more low-key on the podcast front, but now that we're back in a routine, I have interviews stacked up and so much content to share with you guys. Please subscribe to the show if you'd like to be notified of new episodes as they go live! For today's episode, I'm chatting with Laura Varney about prenatal fitness, birth experiences, and how fitness perspectives can shift over time. 108: Prenatal fitness + shifting fitness perspectives with Laura Varney We talk about: - Her background and how she started working in the fitness industry - Prenatal fitness tips - Her experience in the bikini competition world - How fitness perspectives and messaging have changed over time - Her tips for being Healthy in Real Life and so much more.   Here's a bit more about Laura and her background: Laura's mission is to create a more empathetic approach to wellness - especially for those entering motherhood. Laura is a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer, nutrition coach, and registered yoga teacher in Los Angeles. Her vigorous resume includes the specialization of strength and functional training, pre/postnatal training, HIIT (high-intensity interval training), and power vinyasa yoga. She is the founder of The Baby Body: a 35-week prenatal exercise designed to keep women strong throughout all stages of pregnancy, during labor, and while being a parent. Laura's passion for seeking an "unrestricted" life has catapulted her into the pursuit of empowering, supporting, and inspiring the women around her.  You can check out her website here and her Instagram accounts here and here.   Resources from this episode: If you're listening to this episode when it first launches, it's Labor Day Sale sitewide at HigherDOSE, the makers of my favorite portable sauna blanket. Use this link and the code LDW22 for 20% sitewide! If you're catching up on this episode later, you can use FITNESSISTA15 for 15% off! I LOVE the sauna blanket, PEMF Go Mat and red light face mask.  I love love love the meals from Sakara Life! Use this link and the code XOGINAH for 20% off their meal delivery and clean boutique items. This is something I do once a month as a lil treat to myself and the meals are always showstoppers.  Get 15% off Organifi with the code FITNESSISTA. I drink the green juice, red juice, gold, and Harmony! (Each day I might have something different, or have two different things. Everything I've tried is amazing.) If any of my fellow health professional friends are looking for another way to help their clients, I highly recommend IHP. You can also use this information to heal yourself and then go one to heal others, which I think is a beautiful mission. You can use my referral link here and the code FITNESSISTA for up to $250 off th Integrative Health Practitioner program. This is the certification I'm currently working towards and highly recommend it. You can check out my initial thoughts on IHP here! Thank you so much for listening and for all of your support with the podcast! Please be sure to subscribe, and leave a rating or review if you enjoyed this episode. If you leave a rating, head to this page and you'll get a little “thank you” gift from me to you. 

Motherhood Meets Medicine
76. What Do You Really Need in a Prenatal Vitamin? with Registered Dietician Ayla Barmmer

Motherhood Meets Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 56:51


When I was pregnant with my fourth child,I was searching for vitamin D and magnesium in one prenatal vitamin. That's when I finally found what I needed through FullWell. I fell in love with the brand, their mission, and how they focus on educating people in vitamins.  For over 15 years, Ayla Barmmer, MS, RDN, LDN, has been advancing the health and empowerment of thousands of clients, patients, peers, and mentees, at the intersection of nutritional science, functional medicine, and evidence-based holistic solutions. Ayla is the founder and CEO of FullWell, a fertility wellness and education brand, widely endorsed by a diversity of health practitioners for its quality products and education. While currently on sabbatical from private practice work, Ayla owns and operates Boston Functional Nutrition, an integrative and functional nutrition multi-clinician practice, that specializes in women's health and infertility. Ayla also co-founded the Women's Health Nutrition Academy in 2018, a leader in its field. In this episode we discuss: The crucial nutrients that you definitely want to have in your prenatal vitamin.  What is means to be a whole-food based versus synthetic supplement, and which is the best The difference between folate and folic acid.  Why Ayla choose the ingredients for FullWell.   Ayla's research on preconception health.   Resources: 3 Factors That Affect Men's Fertility 5 Tips to Improve Male Fertility  Use code LYNZY to get 50% off your first Little Spoon order! Get a FREE sample pack with any purchase drinklmnt.com/lynzy  Use code LYNZY for 30% off Navy Hair Care: Navy Hair Care Shampoo + Conditioner Navy Hair Care Charcoal Mask   Connect with Ayla : FullWell Website  FullWell's Instagram  Connect with Lynzy: Join the Motherhood Meets Medicine community at patreon.com/motherhoodmeetsmedicine Instagram: @motherhoodmeetsmedicine Sign up for the weekly newsletter here Show Notes: lynzyandco.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices