Help For Infertility And Hormone Imbalance With Dr. Katie Rose

Help For Infertility And Hormone Imbalance With Dr. Katie Rose

In this episode we are learning tips to help for infertility and hormone imbalance with Dr. Katie Rose.  Dr. Katie Rose is a licensed naturopathic physician in Tucson, Arizona specializing in hormone imbalance and infertility. Her own health crisis in her early 20s led her to naturopathic medicine as a patient and she quickly realized this was her calling. She graduated from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ and has practiced in Tucson since graduation. After dealing with her own hormone imbalances and watching several close friends struggle with infertility, she decided it was time to learn all there is to learn about natural fertility options and the underlying causes of infertility. Dr. Rose is passionate about helping patients get to the root cause of hormone imbalances and build their families in the healthiest way possible.

Connect With Dr. Katie Rose-

Topics Discussed-

  • What made you pursue fertility as an area of expertise?
  • What is the relationship between chemical exposures, chemical sensitivity and infertility?
  • Can you talk more about male fertility- because it seems like the focus always goes to women?
  • What modalities do you use in practice to support healthy hormones and fertility in both men and women?
  • What are some tips you can give to listeners for at home?
  • Can you discuss any success stories that you’ve had with fertility?
  • How can our listeners find out more about you or get in touch with you?

Links Mentioned-

  • Dr. Katie Rose e-book 7 Steps To Healthier Hormones- simple steps to better hormone health, download here!

 

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Why We Love It?

  • Goat whey has demonstrated positive anti-inflammatory effects in the digestive system. Cow whey has shown increased inflammatory effects.
  • Cow whey is considered allergenic whereas goat whey is considered hypoallergenic.
  • Whey protein is the “gold standard” for serious athletes. Goat whey is the “gold standard” of that “gold standard.”
  • Goat whey is amazing for our immune systems, supporting lean muscle growth and repair, as well as optimal body composition.
  • Goat whey has the full range of essential amino acids in ratios that best support the athlete in all of us
  • It is really light and doesn’t ever makes us feel bloated. That’s because there is nothing added to fill up space, just the purest goat whey and flavoring.
  • Activ Whey is a goat whey protein that comes from goats that are grassfed all the way through their lifecycle. There are zero antibiotics or hormones used on the goats or the vegetation they eat from.
  • I personally know the creator and can vouch for the legitimacy of the protein and where it is sourced from.
 
 
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EP18: A Real Life Approach To Lyme Disease with Jolene Hart

EP18: A Real Life Approach To Lyme Disease with Jolene Hart

In episode #18 we are getting a real life approach to lyme disease with Jolene Hart.  Jolene Hart, CHC, AADP is a health coach certified by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, a former magazine beauty editor, and founder of the pioneering beauty coaching practice Beauty Is Wellness. She is the author of Eat Pretty, a seasonal guide to looking and feeling beautiful using nutrition and self-care, as well as the companion journal Eat Pretty, Live Well, and the book of daily inspirations Eat Pretty Every Day. Since their publication, the Eat Pretty books have been translated into four languages, and have been featured in a broad range of print and online media including InStyle, Martha Stewart Living, People Stylewatch, and Family Circle magazines, Refinery 29, Design Sponge, Mind Body Green, Well + Good, and The Chalkboard Mag.

At the heart of Jolene’s work is her desire to empower women with knowledge of their own ability to shape their lifelong beauty and health with the healing powers of food and self-care. Her private coaching looks at many areas of life, from stress and hormones to diet, digestion and healthy personal care products, to help women build a lifestyle of beauty that enables them look and feel their best from the inside. Jolene writes a monthly beauty nutrition column for Allrecipes magazine and also serves as the founding editor of Modern Luxury magazine’s wellness section, Wellthy, for Philadelphia Style magazine. She was recently given Philadelphia Magazine’s prestigious Best of Philly award for her health coaching services.

Connect With Jolene:

Topics-

  • Who is Jolene Hart?
  • What is lyme disease?
  • Common things people may not know about lyme.
  • What her future looks like with lyme disease.
  • What has helped her the most in living with lyme.
  • Biggest/lesson and takeaways.
  • Her top 3 health habits that have made the biggest impact in her life.

Link Mentioned in Podcast-

*Sponsorship- This episode is brought to you by:

 

Why We Love It?

  • Goat whey has demonstrated positive anti-inflammatory effects in the digestive system. Cow whey has shown increased inflammatory effects.
  • Cow whey is considered allergenic whereas goat whey is considered hypoallergenic.
  • Whey protein is the “gold standard” for serious athletes. Goat whey is the “gold standard” of that “gold standard.”
  • Goat whey is amazing for our immune systems, supporting lean muscle growth and repair, as well as optimal body composition.
  • Goat whey has the full range of essential amino acids in ratios that best support the athlete in all of us
  • It is really light and doesn’t ever makes us feel bloated. That’s because there is nothing added to fill up space, just the purest goat whey and flavoring.
  • Activ Whey is a goat whey protein that comes from goats that are grassfed all the way through their lifecycle. There are zero antibiotics or hormones used on the goats or the vegetation they eat from.
  • I personally know the creator and can vouch for the legitimacy of the protein and where it is sourced from.
DID YOU LOVE IT?!  

If you did, don’t forget to subscribe on Itunes!  And while you’re there, could you please leave us a “golden” review? It would really make our day and help spread the word about healthy living.

We love hearing from you!  If you enjoyed this podcast, take a screenshot of you listening to it on your phone and tag us!  @gurlgonegreen and @roseangove and hashtag #thegoldenhourpodcast  

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