Episode 32 – Sleep and Nutrition

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | RSSWe open with a discussion on vacationing with kids and then get into nutrition and sleep! This is a great companion to last week’s episode with Dr. Errin Weisman Show Notes [02:33] Real Mom Moment of the Week Read More …

Episode 22 – Downstream Effects

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | RSSWhen we aren’t taking care of the basics like sleep, mental health, and digestion – a lot of things can go awry downstream. Today we are talking about how to manage downstream effects and what to focus on Read More …

7 Ways to Regulate Blood Sugar

In last week’s blog post about fertility, I mentioned how important it was for me to regulate my blood sugar to support my hormones. This is essential because the organs that support blood sugar regulation steal nutrients away from other endocrine organs that support processes like fertility. We could spend some time going over this Read More …

Trying to Conceive: My Fertility Journey

Fertility. I’ll admit it wasn’t a word I thought much about when I was younger. Growing up many of us are taught all about how to prevent getting pregnant. Barrier Methods, Oral Contraceptives, Abstinence, etc. So many available resources to prevent pregnancy. What they don’t teach you is that getting pregnant, especially when you are Read More …

Wine and Coffee and Parenthood

I was having a conversation with my coworker yesterday about parenting. We both work with parents on a daily basis and are parents ourselves. What came up was – why do parents (particularly moms) feel like it is acceptable to (at least post about) the use wine as coffee as a reward for dealing with Read More …

Episode 5 – Blood Sugar Regulation and Stress

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | RSSToday Andrea and Beth discuss how Stress and Blood Sugar dysregulation are interchangeable. We review the physiology of stress, why we should limit it and strategies to do so. Show Notes [02:58] In the Kitchen: Use frozen vegetables Read More …