Ep. 20 - Morning Momentum

One thing that can help all of us in creating the health that we want is learning how to start the day off right.

I’ve known my guest Cheri Ruskus of Business Victories for well over four years now. She’s a business coach and super savvy in helping small business owners achieve their dreams. If you are in need of a business coach, learn more about her program at: www.businessvictories.com

While she inspires daily on the biz front, Cheri has remained protective of her morning ritual time. Seriously folks, when I say protective of this time, I mean it.

In the course of my knowing Cheri she has never skipped a beat whether traveling or feeling overwhelmed. She uses this time, in fact, as a way to anchor her day.

I find that most women with hormonal issues have such a hard time getting started that often times, they’re starting their day on “loose footing.” Take a listen to our conversation as Cheri share’s her process and also gives quite a few ideas to get you going with your own morning intentions.

Regardless of our health aspirations, taking a step towards visualizing the kind of day we want to create can only bring us closer towards our goals. Remember, the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

Here’s to taking the next step,
Kristin


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Ep. 19 - The body is an integrated whole

Undoubtedly, you’ve heard this said before: The body is an integrated whole.

When we have an issue or a challenge somewhere in the body- it’s quite easy and understandable to want to focus on that problem. At times, the hurt area is all we can see. That’s true whether we’re talking about our thyroid or if we’re talking about an injured arm.

However, for both scenarios the body still operates as an integrated whole- one part affecting a myriad of other parts.

When dreaming up a conversation around this topic, I knew Laura a Inbody of Kaiut Yoga Broomfield would have interesting insights to share with you. Take a listen- I think you’ll be quite surprised.

Hear how Laura sees how the body is an integrated whole- and what naturally emerged from her body as a result of her Kaiut Yoga practice.

For those of us with thyroid issues- we know the often complex relationships that can come out of a challenged endocrine system. Yet, how often do we view our hormones as a network with a relationship to our whole body?

Yes- your thyroid doesn’t operate in a vacuum, yet most people like the idea of isolating and controlling how they approach the endocrine system often with very little result.

If you’re ready to dive in and explore a more wholistic approach to supporting your thyroid- schedule a session here. I’m happy to work with you in person or via skype/facetime.

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Ep. 18 - Listen to the endocrine system

Two weeks ago, I had so much fun talking with Chantel Ray that we really couldn't stop talking.

In my last podcast I shared with you Part 1 of our conversation. This week's Part 2 goes into her listener questions. These folks really had their act together and wanted to know how to get the best results out of their endocrine system without overloading on expensive supplements and crazy healthcare routines.

Take a listen and if you have a chance check out Chantel Ray and her intermittent fasting programs.

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Ep. 17 - Making Hormone Health Easy

Time and time again, I talk with people who are confused and overwhelmed by their hormonal health. The information out there is often contradictory, time consuming and costly.

Recently, Chantel Ray (www.chantelray.com) sat down with me to clear the fog and get to the bottom of how to understand the thyroid to get a handle on hormones. Take a listen and find out what basal body temps have to do with your thyroid.

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Ep. 16 - Ebert Farms

Ebert Farms: I had so many questions after the raw milk podcast, that I thought I’d interview one of my favorite peeps: Julie Ebert of Ebert Farms. Julie has run a small, homegrown dairy farm over the last 12 years. In this podcast episode she answers everything from what is raw milk, how you can get it, to all the latest differences in the genetics of cows. Make sure to check out this episode because real food is one of the fastest ways to improve your hormonal health.

Learn more about Ebert Farms: http://www.ebertfarms.com

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Ep. 15 - Basal Body Temperature

Basal Body Temperature: Learning how to take your basal body temperature is another tool to have in your tool bag before heading to your primary care doc’s office. Find out how to take a temp reading, so that you can be in the driver’s seat when it comes to your thyroid health.

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Ep. 14 - Rate & Rhythm

Rate and Rhythm: The endocrine system is the system that makes your hormones. In a lot of ways, the endocrine system mirrors the tides of the ocean and other natural rhythms on earth. Keeping a consistent rate and rhythm helps in balancing hormones and understanding your own internal pace.

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Ep. 13 - Fermented Foods

Fermented Foods: With a hypothyroid diagnosis, by definition, most people will not produce enough hydrochloric acid to digest their food properly. One of the best ways to support digestion (and good probiotics) is by eating fermented foods. Find out more by listening to this podcast.

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Ep. 10 - Why are there so many thyroid symptoms?

When a client first comes to see me, sometimes it can feel a little overwhelming. Most people wonder, “why on earth is everything related to my thyroid?” Listen to this podcast. Your thyroid plays a big part in your overall health picture.

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Ep. 6 - Retracing and Your Hormones

When going through a healing process, we often want our healing to look like a straight line of success. Sometimes this happens, but more often our body will go through retracing. This podcast goes over retracing in relationship to balancing your hormones.

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Ep. 3 - Your Thyroid Is Part Of A System

Too often in modern medicine (western and alternative) a hormonal issue gets relegated to one gland. Often the finger is pointed directly at the thyroid because it’s easy to test and even easier to treat. So why do so many women fail to get better even after being on prescribed medication? The answer is simple and I dive into it right here.

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Ep. 2 - Meet Kendra

Kendra is a client who has been working with me for only a few months. She has experienced a good deal of change in her system and shares with us her wisdom in this podcast. Know that what Kendra is doing for her system is not unique to her. You can experience the same shifts in your hormones and in your thyroid. Listen to her story here.

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Ep. 1 - Your Thyroid is a Butterfly

Your thyroid is a sensitive, fragile gland. It’s important to know this about your thyroid so that you can learn how to care for it from that angle. In this podcast episode I share with you the best exercise to increase circulation around the thyroid gland itself. Increasing the circulation around this gland will improve function over time.

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