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The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

If a professional, polished, well-edited podcast is what you’re after then we are not for you! But if you love unfiltered banter, unedited bloopers and authentic heart sharing then we are your ladies. Oh, we also have the most practical tips on holistic health care too 😉 We are always taking podcast questions and topic suggestions so please send them to us at podcast@nataliekdouglas.com.
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Now displaying: August, 2019
Aug 27, 2019

Topics Include:

  • When it's fatigue versus being a little bit tired
  • Main causes of fatigue
  • Is it your thyroid?
  • Is it your sex hormones? 
  • Is it your gut?
  • Is it your oral health?
  • Foods to fight fatigue
  • To coffee crutch or not to coffee crutch 
  • Non-Food cures to fatigue
Aug 20, 2019

Our beautiful guest:

Lynda Griparic is a Naturopath, Nutritionist, Podcaster, Writer and Yoga teacher with close to 20 years of experience in the health industry. Lynda specialises in digestive health, namely SIBO and constipation.

She has extensive experience in running healthy, effective and sustainable bowel care programs and has expertise in investigating and treating the underlying causes of gut disturbance. Lynda has an intense interest in poo and she’s also the creator of the delicious BetterMe Tea a tea designed to promote improved gut health and digestion – assisting those who struggle with constipation and sluggish bowel movements to go to the bathroom with ease.

Todays topics include:

  • How the microbiota impacts our mood
  • The relationship between the microbiota and our mood
  • What the heck is endotoxemia and LPS and why you need to know about it
  • Dietary practices that are potentially negatively impact our microbiota and therefore our mood
  • How you can support the gut and brain relationship?
  • How stool testing can help navigate treatment for a depressed or anxious individual
  • What parameters we want to look out for in the stool

Where to find more from Lynda:

Website - http://www.lyndagriparic.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lynda_griparic_naturopath/?hl=en

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/lyndagriparicnaturopath/

Podcast - http://www.lyndagriparic.com/tag/podcast/

 

Aug 12, 2019

Topics include:

  • Bowel movements and how often is not often enough
  • Main causes of constipation
  • SIBO- what is it and how to get tested
  • Dysbiosis- what is it and getting tested
  • Choosing a stool test
  • Is it a parasite?
  • Foods to fight constipation
  • Non-food cures for constipation

 

Aug 6, 2019

Guest Expert: Lisa Carnie, pelvic floor physio.

Lisa has always been fascinated by movement and is passionate about helping women and men maintain and pursue health, fitness, and continence throughout all stages of their lives.  Lisa has more than 15 years’ experience treating people with a wide range of conditions, both locally and internationally.  She completed her post graduate studies in pelvic floor rehabilitation and continence and continues on her mission to improve care and remove stigmas.  Lisa achieves great satisfaction from making a life-changing difference in people’s lives by optimising their pelvic health and seeing clients reaching their personal and fitness goals. 

 

Website: https://www.pelvicsolutions.co.nz

Instagram: @pelvicphysiosolutions

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pelvicphysiosolutions/

Unicorn poo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbYWhdLO43Q

 

Podcast Topics:

  • What made Lisa want to become a pelvic floor physio
  • What a pelvic floor is and why is it important
  • Why its not just mums who need to be aware of pelvic floor care
  • Tell-tale signs that you are having pelvic floor issues and need to see a professional
  • Self checks at home
  • Seeing a pelvic floor physio after birth
  • What you can do during pregnancy and post-partum to help with pelvic floor health
  • Are kegels the only way?
  • Incontinence and recovering fully post-pregnancy
  • When to reintroduce high intensity exercise post-partum, and the dangers if we introduce too early
  • Poop and your pelvic floor
  • The deal with an overactive pelvic floor
  • A“strong” pelvic floor for better sex + DIY strategies 
  • Lisa's thoughts on “50 shades of grey kegel ball sets" and Yoni eggs
  • Chatting to our kids about pelvic floor health 
  • Lisa's current projects and where to learn more

 

 

 

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