In this episode, Stephanie and Elana bring Dr. Lauren Noel, ND on the show to discuss natural ways to optimize your fertility after 30. Dr. Noel shares insights from her upcoming course, Golden Eggs, a fertility longevity course for women and couples in their 30’s and 40’s. The information in this podcast and her … More #90 – Fertility After 30 with Dr. Lauren Noel
Join us as we discuss natural approaches to fertility with Bridgit Danner, an acupuncturist and functional medicine practitioner. In this episode, Stephanie interviews Bridgit Danner to talk about natural approaches to fertility such as acupuncture, chiropractic work, herbs, nutrition, and more! Bridgit also opens up and shares her struggle with postpartum depression and what helped her get through it. … More #030 ~ A Natural Approach to Fertility
Join us as we talk to Dr. Anna Cabeca, an expert in women’s health and functional medicine, about fertility! We discuss what fertility/infertility means and signs to look out for, why we are seeing so much infertility, things the partner can do to increase his fertility, aging and fertility, stress and infertility, how to talk … More #013 ~ Fertility & Subfertility with Dr. Cabeca
Join us as we discuss our favorite superfoods for all of you supermoms! These foods are nutritional rockstars for nearly everyone, but especially for those wanting to become pregnant, are pregnant, or are nourishing their body with real food to help heal postpartum. We’re sure you can probably guess one or two of these superfoods, but we’ve added … More #010 ~ 7 superfoods for supermoms!
In this episode, we are really excited to share our interview with Chris Kresser who shares his knowledge and wisdom about health and nutrition for moms and babies. Chris Kresser is a practitioner of functional medicine, the creator of ChrisKresser.com, (one of the top 25 natural health sites in the world), and Revolution Health Radio. He … More #007 ~ Chris Kresser talks about the best food and supplements, baby food, baby led weaning, self-care, introduction of gluten, and child spacing