In this episode, Laura Gluck of www.fitasgluck.com shares her personal story with us for the first time. Ironically, it starts just like anyone else & we have a feeling you’ll be able to relate. It begins … when she was born. Healthy. Strong. Without Complications. Until a multitude of childhood infections led to multiple antibiotic prescriptions, resulting digestive issues, ovarian cysts, birth control, gallbladder surgery, hospital admission for sepsis – and so much more.
Laura takes us through her personal medical history and reveals how, what seemed to be a moment in time, was the middle piece of a very complex puzzle. She starts by explaining parts of her history she didn’t realize were so important or so connected to other areas of her health until recently.
Continue reading “Episode 7: Antibiotics, Gastrointestinal Issues & long-term Birth Control use – Laura Gluck of FitAsGluck – Dives into her Personal Health Issues & Navigation of the Standard American Healthcare System.”
We’re all unique – with our own health history, symptoms and life events.
In this episode, Briana Reesing of www.beachlifeorganic.com shares her own personal story of what it takes to get to to the root cause of the symptoms & signals your body is showing you.
We dive deep – in hopes of motivating you to seek out answers for the symptoms you may be having before it’s too late.
It’s not always easy to get a clear diagnosis when the symptoms you’re having are vague or infrequent.
But, that doesn’t mean you should give up.
Be your own best advocate, listen to the signals and symptoms your body is showing you and begin to dial into those.
Continue reading “Episode 6: Stress, Inflammation & Microbiome Disruption – Getting to The Root Cause of Your Symptoms with Briana Reesing @beachlifebri”
Let go of the rules, Live simply & Eat real food.
That’s obviously easier said than done when you’re just getting started on your health journey – but we want to do our best to help simplify it for you in this episode.
We hope to inspire you to become motivated by a meaningful WHY that will leave a positive impact on the long term benefits behind your decisions around food.
Continue reading “Episode 5: Expanding the Conversation around Real Food”
Let’s dive into the messy and complicated world of FOOD – sorting out fad diets, dogmatic food rules and discussing the different food camps that are currently popular in 2018.
As registered nurses, we’re not nutritionists or dietitians – but we are human. So we’ve had many of our own experiences around food. Plus, we’ve each fallen victim to the peer pressure at different stages of our lives based on our goals & we’ve each had our own personal journey around the discovery of the nutrition hiding in our food & the way of eating that works best for us individually.
Continue reading “Episode 4: Fad Diets, Food Rules & The Peer Pressure clouding your judgement”
One of the most requested topics we received when we announced we were starting a podcast – In this episode we discuss the difference between western and holistic medicine modalities.
CCP Episode 003 – also available on the iTunes podcast app
We also announce an exciting event coming up in Phoenix, Arizona – April 29th, 2018 called SHE DAY . We will be speaking on a panel about our food freedom story & also doing a matcha latte demo at the start of the day.
Learn More & Buy your tickets here: SHE DAY – PHOENIX
You guys have asked:
What type of doctor should I see?
Is my primary care doctor actually listening to me?
Are Naturopaths and Integrative Functional Medicine Physicians worth the cost?
Continue reading “Episode 3: Holistic Healthcare & Western Medicine”
The first episode kicked off introducing ourselves – who we are as critical care nurses – and why we care so much about preventative health.
Listen directly from the itunes app by following this link:
CCP Episode 002 – available as iTunes podcast
In this episode, we do our best to simplify the definition of preventative health and discuss simple lifestyle changes you can make to SIMPLIFY your daily life. Prevention should improve your overall health – without overcomplicating your life.
Here’s the New York Times article that fueled this discussion, it’s titled ‘Preventive Care Saves Money? Sorry, It’s Too Good to Be True’ … We share our opinions around it within this episode. (( spoiler alert – we don’t agree.))
Continue reading “Episode 2: Preventative Health Simplified”