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The Holistic Nutritionists Podcast

If a professional, polished, well-edited podcast is what you’re after then move along, friends. But if you love unfiltered banter, unedited bloopers and authentic heart sharing then you are in the right place. Oh, we also have the most practical tips on holistic health care covering loads of areas like thyroid, hormones, preconception care, gut health, adrenals and optimising your mindset to heal fully. Each week we cover topics across the areas of thyroid, gut, fertility, pregnancy, hormonal balancing, mindset, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Bringing you a combination of solo episodes + interviews with experts in their fields. Nat breaks down complex topics into practical, actionable and real-life bite sized pieces leaving you feeling grounded, informed, inspired and empowered when it comes to true holistic wellbeing.
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Oct 20, 2020

In this episode we're discussing all things Period pain. Including:

  • What your period should feel like
  • Regular period pain versus something more complex or serious
  • The cause of period pain
  • Food changes to help relieve period pain
  • Supplements for period pain relief
  • Lifestyle and other remedies to provide relief and create more easeful periods
Oct 13, 2020

Our guest:

Dr Sarah Buckley is a New-Zealand trained GP, with training in GP obstetrics. She is the author of the internationally best-selling book Gentle Birth. Gentle Mothering and the scientific report Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing, published with Childbirth Connection (US) in 2015.

Sarah is also mother to four children, all naturally born and raised, now happy and healthy in their teens and twenties.

Sarah’s work supports parents to be well informed, and to listen to their hearts and instincts, and take their rightful place as the real experts in their bodies, babies, and families.

Sarah is currently combines mothering with her work as a writer and lecturer on pregnancy, birth and parenting, and is also a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia.

See www.sarahbuckley.com and her Hormonal Physiology report at http://transform.childbirthconnection.org/reports/physiology/

Topics covered include:

- What happens hormonally through the birthing process and what the role of these hormones are
- What impacts oxytocin during labour or after birth
- What happens to our hormones after giving birth? and how this relate to how women FEEL
- What an ecstatic birth is
- The main ways women can achieve an empowered ecstatic birth
- Helpful resources for Mums to be

Oct 7, 2020

The what, why and how to test your iodine levels.

Iodine is an important mineral in thyroid, immune, and hormonal health. It can influence your weight, brain/mood, immune system, risk of certain Cancers, and your fertility.

It's something that is not tested enough in my opinion and today we are chatting all about why to get tested, and how to get tested.

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