The prohibitive cost of tests and office visits arises with a lot of health care avenues, especially in the holistic vein of care. Nutritionist, Katherine Andrew answers the questions, how can moms managing health symptoms when finances are a concern? What can you do right now to get started?
Katherine Andrew works with a lot of women in her nutrition practice, Nourish to Flourish. She sees the common missteps that they’re taking in regard to the health and nutrition space. In this brief video, Katherine shares some of those missteps she sees women making and suggests ways to do it differently.
In her nutritional practice, Katherine spends a lot of time on the topic of mindset shifts and helping people think a little differently. Mindset and our language that’s involved with it, meaning how we really believe and think about it, is a super important piece of the process. Katherine shares four mindset shifts that she focuses on with her clients.
The second HER Health Collective Roundtable of 2022 discusses how mothers can best navigate the postpartum period, who should be a part of that postpartum care support team, how parents from different socioeconomic backgrounds can access the care they need, different approaches to finding balance in life (particularly as a parent), and how to approach difficult parenting decisions when overwhelmed by information from outside sources.
You can’t address all of your stressors. The last thing we want to do is increase stress by trying to tackle stress. Rather, the goal is for you to recognize the different types of stressors in your life so that you can prioritize where to start.
ALL stress, no matter what type, has a similar effect on our health. The four main types of stressors are perceived & emotional pressure, circadian disruption, blood sugar dysregulation, and inflammation.