[10 Minute Training] The Blood Sugar Spectrum & Women’s Health!

[10 Minute Training] The Blood Sugar Spectrum & Women’s Health!

I am thrilled to invite you to the best ten minutes of my most recent clinical training on “The Blood Sugar Spectrum & Women’s Health”, taught for the IWHI Clinical Vault with my friend and colleague, Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo.  I know you will find this tremendously valuable. Click here for this gift: http://integrativewomenshealthinstitute.com/vault-ritamarie-optin/ In just this ten-minute excerpt you will receive several very valuable takeaways: [2:00] Learn vital information about…

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Is Blood Sugar Dysregulation Related To Chronic Pelvic Pain?

Is blood sugar instability related to chronic pain, especially chronic pelvic pain? The short answer is, “Yes!” Usually, until a woman is diagnosed with pre-diabetes or diabetes, she doesn’t know that she has blood sugar instability. But, there are some simple ways to determine if your patient’s blood sugar instability and/or insulin resistance is related to her pain. When mindfully listening to your patient share her health history, consider the…

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Environmental Toxins!

  Environmental Toxins and Women’s Health!

The world is waking up to the fact that everyday toxic exposures are not only real, but a big part of the rise in chronic health issues. In fact, it’s crystal clear that the connection between environmental toxin exposures and women’s health issues is incredibly strong. Health practitioners (and especially those who work with female patients) must become fluent in this topic so they can better support their clients and…

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How Nutrition Contributes to Cancer and Cancer Recover?

The Best 10 Minutes on How Nutrition Contributes to Cancer and Cancer Recovery with Dr. Jessica Drummond and Dr. Nalini Chilkov!

New clinical training on “Nutrition and How it Contributes to Cancer and Cancer Recovery” with Dr. Nalini Chilkov, one of the leaders in functional nutrition and integrative cancer care. [embed]https://youtu.be/4BAQA68BiWE[/embed] During this interview, you will have several valuable takeaways: [1:15] What are the stages and core needs and questions along the cancer journey? [3:45] The tumor micro-environment and how nutrition contributes to every aspect of carcinogenesis. [5:20] How lifestyle and…

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Endometriosis and Fatigue: Relieving pain and fatigue, and improving fertility with an integrative approach

Up to 80% of pelvic pain is related to endometriosis, and 176 million girls and women worldwide suffer from endometriosis. Helping women to overcome endometriosis requires a multidisciplinary, integrative approach.  There is no silver bullet solution to endometriosis, but when we take a collaborative approach and dig until we find each patient’s individual healing recipe of therapies, mindsets, and support, healing is available. What is Endometriosis? Endometriosis is a common…

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Xenoestrogens and Breast Cancer

Xenoestrogen Exposure is a Clear Risk Factor for Breast and Other Female Cancers For our clients and patients with exposure to xenoestrogens, the first step is to reduce the exposures, lowering their overall toxic load. Everyone is exposed to some level of xenoestrogens; it’s impossible to completely avoid them. Thus, it’s important to emphasize the benefit of small, consistent reductions of exposure, and not to overwhelm our clients. And, as…

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Probiotics and Pelvic Pain

Probiotics and Pelvic Pain The best probiotic for women can be challenging to choose from among the many options.  For women with pelvic pain, the choice can be even more challenging.  As health and wellness professionals who support women with pelvic pain, we have to educate ourselves about the research on the best strains, and their mechanisms of action to better support our clients and patients. The Best Probiotic for…

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Gluten and Endometriosis

Gluten and Endometriosis Is there a link between gluten and endometriosis?  Should women avoid gluten to lower their risk of endometriosis or to help to resolve the symptoms of endometriosis? Let’s look at the research… First, it’s important to consider that endometriosis has many characteristics of an autoimmune disease (Eisenberg, et al., 2012).  It is clear that endometriosis is an inflammatory disease process.  In endometriosis, the presence of endometrial glands…

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How to Heal PCOS with Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine

What is PCOS? Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine disorder affecting between 5%  and 13% of women, depending on ethnicity and criteria used for diagnosis (Ding et al., 2017). African-American and Afro-Brazilian women experience the highest rates of PCOS; Chinese and Caucasian women experience the lowest rates. PCOS Diagnostic Criteria The most updated criteria for diagnosis was made by the Androgen Excess Society in 2006.  The diagnostic criteria…

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Alumni Spotlight: Brianne Grogan and Casie Danenhauer Create Healing Global Retreats

Have you considered the possibilities for your career as a Women's Health Coach?  In our alumni spotlight series, I want to introduce you to some of the amazing things that our Women's Health Coaches are doing all over the world to spread an integrative approach to healing for chronic women's health concerns. Have you ever wanted to do your healing work by supporting women around the world to come together,…

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