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Today we are covering a much-requested topic: breast implants and how they might affect health. I am here with Diane Kazer, a pro soccer player turned functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner. Many credit her as a visionary and a gamechanger in the world of women’s hormones, detox, empowerment, and leadership. Diane started the CHI Hormone Warrior Transformation Tribe as well as the TITS method, a holistic approach to healing from breast implant illness, which she experienced firsthand. We’re going to go deep on that today in particular since I have gotten so many questions from women struggling with it.

I think it’s important to say before we get started: The goal here is to inform, not to pass judgment on motherhood or anything related to body image. We all have our own choices to make but I firmly believe education is the place to start!

Episode Highlights With Diane Kazer
  • The surprising percentage of women who will have breast implants within their lifetime
  • Why breast implant awareness has become an important cause for many women
  • 21 symptoms women with breast implants should look know to look for
  • Possible effects of breast implants on the spine, muscles, and even gallbladder
  • The connection between breast implants and autoimmune conditions or multiple chemical sensitivity disorders
  • Whether we have any evidence showing breast augmentation helps or hurts women emotionally or physically (and the reasons research is lacking in this area)
  • How a thermogram can show if your breast implants are having a negative effect
  • What you need to know if you plan to have breast implants removed
  • Alternatives to breast implants if you’re considering the procedure
  • How to manage the emotional side of surgically altering your body
  • Diane’s detox protocol (it goes deeper than blood tests and supplements)
  • And more!
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Did you enjoy this episode? What other questions do you have about breast implants? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

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This podcast is brought to you by Thrive Market, a company I’ve loved for years and order from all the time. In fact, the majority of the non-perishable and frozen foods you’ll find in my house are from Thrive. If you haven’t checked them out, you definitely need to and you can get a completely risk free 30-day trial as a listener of this podcast at thrivemarket.com/wm. Here are just a few of the reasons you’ll love them: They have over 500 of their own Thrive Market brand products that are incredible quality and at amazing prices. These include everything from bulk ingredients and spices to chips, salsa, nuts, snacks, and things like tuna and sardines. These are all non-GMO and most are organic, and at prices cheaper than conventional alternatives in my local stores. They also have high qual

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I am here today with someone I am so impressed with on many levels, especially his time management and everything he accomplishes. I thought I was busy, but I don’t hold a candle to Tony Kasandrinos, the co-founder of Kasandrinos Olive Oil. You’ve probably heard me sing the praises of this olive oil on the blog and seen me cook with it on Instagram. It’s one of my favorite staples in the kitchen! I think you’ll love the story behind this family-owned company as well.

Tony is a native of New York, but he spent a good portion of his childhood in his father’s village in Greece. And at the age of 17, he joined the Marine Corps, and he has been serving on active duty since then (thank you Tony!). It’s an honor to chat with him today about his favorite topic, olive oil, and his second favorite topic, ways to spend more quality time with family.

Episode Highlights With Tony Kasandrinos
  • What Tony has learned about health and life from his time in Greece
  • How the typical diet in Mediterranean countries compares to the U.S. (bet you can guess!)
  • Reasons for olive oil’s long-standing reputation as one of the healthiest oils you can buy
  • How polyphenols in olive oil help skin health
  • Whether we need to worry about “fake” olive oil
  • How to choose a quality olive oil
  • Tony’s tips for better time management and productivity… for the sake of more family time
  • His #1 hack for managing stress
  • Why I (Katie) carry Kasandrinos olive oil everywhere (in their single-serve packets… no, there’s not a giant bottle in my purse)
  • And more!
Resources We Mention More From Wellness Mama

Do you use olive oil? What’s your favorite? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

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This podcast is brought to you by Four Sigmatic, a Finnish company bringing the everyday magic of mushrooms to our daily lives. If you visited my home, you’d notice my homemade coffee/tea bar in my kitc

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I’m guessing you’ve heard of Gretchen Rubin, and if not well you’re in for a treat! She is the author of several books, including the blockbuster New York Times bestsellers Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, Happier at Home, and The Four Tendencies. We touch on all of those today and explain how these ideas can be practical to your daily life.

Gretchen has an enormous readership, both in print and online, and her books have collectively sold more than 3.5 million copies worldwide in more than 30 languages. Her podcast called “Happier with Gretchen Rubin” is one of my favorites, where she discusses good habits and happiness with her sister Elizabeth.

In this episode, we talk happiness, parenting, community, and how to foster inner calm in your own life… let’s dive in!

Episode Highlights With Gretchen Rubin
  • How Gretchen got the idea to start a happiness project
  • The one universal thing everybody wants
  • The difference between outer and inner expectations, and what you can learn from how you respond to each
  • Why we’re all rebels on some level (and how this explains a lot about parenting)
  • The four temperaments that influence most of our behavior
  • Why cleaning out a closet can change your whole outlook
  • The one-minute rule that will boost your efficiency in every area
  • How to power hour your way to peace
  • The biggest contributor to clutter (it’s actually in your head)
  • Why we attribute so much sentimental value to items (and how to decide what’s really important)
  • And more!
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In this episode, I am joined by Luke Storey who is a former celebrity fashion stylist turned public speaker, lifestyle design coach, thought leader, and entrepreneur. Luke has spent the past 21 years relentlessly searching the world to design his ultimate lifestyle through his extensive and sometimes even dangerous personal research and development. We’re definitely going to touch on a couple of those things today.

Using “The Life Stylist Podcast” as his platform, Luke continues to share his strategies for healing, happiness, and high performance living each week and covers topics including sex and relationships, yoga, meditation, smart drugs, health myths and medical conspiracies, spirituality, mindfulness, health food, supplementation, alternative medicine, and he digs deep into biohacking technologies and tactics.

Buckle your seatbelts… here we go!

Episode Highlights With Luke Storey
  • Luke’s tumultuous childhood, and how he overcame drug addiction to become a successful fashion stylist and motivational speaker
  • The spiritual awakenings that led him to find meaning in suffering
  • How to teach kids to be vulnerable but at the same time have boundaries
  • Tips to increase self-awareness and the ability to move forward after trauma
  • Our thoughts on the practice of circumcision
  • Two of the best health biohacks (that are free and available to everyone!)
  • And more!
Resources We Mention More From Wellness Mama

Did you enjoy hearing Luke’s story? Can you relate? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

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This podcast is brought to you by Joovv. You’ve heard me talk about them before but their red light therapy or photobiomodulation lights are a part of my daily routine. Here’s why: There’s evidence that certain wavelengths of light are beneficial to the body in various ways. On a cellular level, they may help improve mitochondrial function and increase production of ATP, or cellular ener

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Not only is today’s guest super inspiring and incredibly fit, he has a unique take on exercise and how to align our movements to the body’s natural design. Aaron Alexander is a manual therapist and movement coach who has helped the world’s best athletes, celebrities, and everyone in between to relieve pain, increase strength, and optimize their movement.

I’ve been trying various aspects of his approach, which he calls the Align Method. His program includes an integrated approach to functional movement and self-care, and I’m seeing changes already. In fact Aaron got me way out of my comfort zone right before this episode when he got me to try acro yoga for the first time!

Today Aaron and I go deep on what we can learn from our kids about movement, the real deal with sitting versus standing, and how the body holds something called “a motion intention.” For more, also check out when he interviewed me on his top-rated Align Podcast (link below), which was tons of fun!

Episode Highlights With Aaron Alexander
  • How Aaron went from body-bound to body-optimized
  • Why hitting the gym in the conventional sense may not always result in your best self
  • Why chronesthesia may be affecting you (even if you don’t know what it means)
  • How to sit on the floor, couch, etc. to improve circulation and digestion
  • The psychological connection between body and brain that allows the way we stand and move to change our thoughts
  • How moms can help restore and care for the pelvic floor after birth
  • Inversion therapy: who it’s for, benefits, and what to consider
  • The number one leading cause of disability worldwide
  • How to bend over/pick things up with correct form
  • Why sitting isn’t as bad as we think
  • What pain is really telling us
  • The benefits of squatting whenever and wherever you can
  • And more!
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“What does it mean to stand well? What does it mean to sit well? What does it mean to breathe well, and have awareness of my breath? We don’t ever have this conversation in school. So a huge gaping deficit in our healthcare system is the way that we inhabit our bodies from a movement perspective and the way that affects all the other layers.”

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Did you enjoy this episode? What other questions do you have about movement? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

Thank You to Today’s Sponsors

This episode is sponsored by Fabletics, my current source for all my gym wear. In the last six months, I’ve discovered several new types of workouts that I’m loving. From group classes focused on flexibility, to high intensity work, to underwater weight and breath training, I’ve been loving trying new things and Fabletics has activewear for all of this. And I wear one of their pieces pretty much every day. Their mission is to make affordable high quality workout wear available to all of us, and I love being a VIP member, which unlocks special benefits. Here’s how it works… when you go to fabletics.com/wellnessmama and take a 60-second quiz, it matches you with a showroom of styles designed for your body type and workout type. Before I forget, Fabletics is offering my listeners an incredible deal you don’t want to miss: Get 2 leggings for only $24 ($99 value) when you sign up for a VIP. Just go to fabletics.com/wellnessmama to take advantage of this deal now. Also free shipping on orders over $49. International shipping is available and there is absolutely no commitment when you purchase your first order! Here’s a tip: make sure you enter your email address to get notified about new styles and special. I’ve found out about some amazing sales through that link. I also personally recommend the power hold leggings which are awesome for everything from lifting weights to yoga.

This podcast is sponsored by Genexa – a line of organic and non-GMO medicines that are also free of dyes and common allergens. They have homeopathic and over-the-counter formulas that taste great and work. One that is really popular with moms is Lax Aid for kids – a natural and pediatrician recommended constipation relief formula without the harmful additives found in some types. They also have formulas to help with everything from sleep to allergies, and sore muscles to colds and everything in between. To shop their full line of organic and non-GMO medicines, go to Genexa.com/Wellnessmama and use code WELLNESS for 20% off your order.

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Sometimes on this podcast we talk about all things poo (because it’s important!), and today is no exception. Dr. Marisol Teijeiro is a naturopathic doctor who took her own challenges with irritable bowel syndrome and created a platform with solutions to help others. Her patients have affectionately and humorously crowned her “Queen of Thrones,” a title she wears proudly!

For the last 15 years, Dr. Marisol has trained and educated healthcare practitioners and helped thousands of patients transition from irritable bowel to own their throne and thrive. She also has a lot of expertise surrounding castor oil and its benefits for the digestive system, so we’re going deep on that today.

Episode Highlights With Marisol Teijeiro
  • The health problems that plagued Marisol all her life, and how she finally got to the bottom of it
  • The 5 pillars of digestive and overall health that changed her life
  • One thing that might be undermining your cleanse or detox
  • How to do a castor oil pack, and why they benefit the body
  • What we can learn from paying attention to poo
  • The power of stress to undo even the healthiest habits, and how to protect against it
  • What biofilms are and how to beat them
  • The many uses of castor oil from digestion to longer eyelashes
  • How to set our kids up for lifelong digestive health
  • A surprising way to trigger oxytocin in the body
  • And more!
Resources We Mention More From Wellness Mama

Have you ever struggled with a gut issue? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

Thank You to Today’s Sponsors

This episode is brought to you by Branch Basics. They are one of my favorite companies because they are tackling two major problems with one simple solution. We’ve all heard about the problems with single-use plastic and how they are polluting the environment, how the overuse of plastics is bad for us as humans. And if you’ve read my blog, you’re also well aware of the potential pitfalls of harsh household cleaners, especially if you have kids in the house. Branch Basics helps on both of these fronts. They have the world’s safest non-toxic cleaning concentrate that is plant-based and biodegradable so it’s safe for the environment. Since it is a concentrate, a single bottle lasts a really long time which drastically cuts down on extra plastic bottles that you would get if you bought cleaners already pre-made. It’s gentle enough to be used on skin, even for babies, but strong enough to clean floors or greasy messes and even treat paint stains. And I use it to make an all-purpose cleaner to treat stains in the laundry and even use it as laundry soap. Their bottles are all reusable or you can do what I do and mix everything in reusable glass bottles instead. You may have seen on my IG how I used their cleaning concentrate and oxygen boost to wash my white couches naturally. Basically, I use Branch Basics in some way every single day. Check it out and grab some of your own at BranchBasics.com/wellnessmama and save 15% with the code MAMA15.

This episode is sponsored by Crunchy Betty products. Here’s a secret- while I have a post about making my own deodorant, I haven’t actually done it in a couple of years because I found Crunchy Betty Kokomo Cream deodorant and realized it works just as well! It doesn’t cause irritation and is made by a small family business. Not to mention it smells like the tropics and one small jar of this deodorant lasts for months! I love that it uses minimal (recyclable) packaging and because it lasts so long, there’s virtually no waste! For me, it completely stops any odor and keeps me fresh all day, even when working out. Check it out on at etsy.com/shop/crunchybetty or grab it on Amazon at crunchybetty.com/wellnessmama.

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Today should be an extra fun interview! Sarah Fragoso is an international best-selling author of five books and founder of the Everyday Paleo brand. She is one of the first people I connected with when I started blogging years ago, and I used to actually guest write on her blog, so we’ve been friends for a long time.

Sarah Fragoso has over a decade of experience as a certified strength and conditioning coach. She is co-owner of JS Strength and Conditioning in Chico, California, and holds a degree in psychology as well as certifications in mindfulness, which we’re going to talk about today. Sarah helps women all around the world with her thriving online platforms and her seminars and retreats.

Her latest book is called Hangry, it’s co-authored with Dr. Brooke Kalanick and will be released by the time you’re listening to this. You can get it anywhere books are sold, and I definitely recommend checking it out!

Episode Highlights With Sarah Fragoso
  • The reasons hormones control so much in a woman’s body
  • Why there can’t be a one-size-fits-all diet plan that works for everyone
  • Hidden triggers for food cravings and how to rewire them
  • Our own experiences when it comes to body image and self-acceptance
  • Why weight loss involves our thoughts and emotions as much as our physical bodies
  • Strategies for shutting down self-criticism
  • Simple ways to restore joy and gratitude when it feels hard to find
  • How to make a new health habit that sticks
  • And more!
Resources We Mention More From Wellness Mama

Do you have questions for Sarah? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

Thank You to Today’s Sponsors

This podcast is brought to you by Magic Spoon Cereal. I know, I know, never thought you’d hear me recommend cereal, did you? That’s because almost every cereal out there is full of refined sugars and grains and often GMO ingredients and dyes. Yet, Americans certainly love it! In fact, the average American consumes 100+ bowls a year, and that number accounts for people like me who don’t consume any at all! Now, cereal lovers can rejoice that there is a high protein, low carb, grain-free, gluten-free, nothing artificial, childlike cereal for grown-ups. With 12 grams of protein per bowl and only 3 grams of carbs it tastes like the cereal you remember but without the sugar high or the guilt! Check out magicspoon.com/wellnessmama for all the details.

This episode is brought to you by Alitura Naturals skincare. You guys loved the founder, Andy, when he came on this podcast to talk about his own skin healing journey after a tragic accident that caused massive scarring on his face. From this experience he developed some of the most potent and effective natural skin care options from serums to masks and the results are visible in his perfectly clear skin that is free of scars! I love the mask and use it a couple times a week, and often use the gold serum at night to nourish my skin while I sleep. All of their products have super clean ingredients and they really work! Andy is absolutely dedicated to creating the highest quality products possible and it shows. Check them out at alituranaturals.com/wellnessmama and use the Discount code “wellness” to get 20% off.

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Today should be an extra fun interview! Sarah Fragoso is an international best-selling author of five books and founder of the Everyday Paleo brand. She is one of the first people I connected with when I started blogging years ago, and I used to actually guest write on her blog, so we’ve been friends for a long time.

Sarah Fragoso has over a decade of experience as a certified strength and conditioning coach. She is co-owner of JS Strength and Conditioning in Chico, California, and holds a degree in psychology as well as certifications in mindfulness, which we’re going to talk about today. Sarah helps women all around the world with her thriving online platforms and her seminars and retreats.

Her latest book is called Hangry, it’s co-authored with Dr. Brooke Kalanick and will be released by the time you’re listening to this. You can get it anywhere books are sold, and I definitely recommend checking it out!

Episode Highlights With Sarah Fragoso
  • The reasons hormones control so much in a woman’s body
  • Why there can’t be a one-size-fits-all diet plan that works for everyone
  • Hidden triggers for food cravings and how to rewire them
  • Our own experiences when it comes to body image and self-acceptance
  • Why weight loss involves our thoughts and emotions as much as our physical bodies
  • Strategies for shutting down self-criticism
  • Simple ways to restore joy and gratitude when it feels hard to find
  • How to make a new health habit that sticks
  • And more!
Resources We Mention More From Wellness Mama

Do you have questions for Sarah? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

Thank You to Today’s Sponsors

This podcast is brought to you by Magic Spoon Cereal. I know, I know, never thought you’d hear me recommend cereal, did you? That’s because almost every cereal out there is full of refined sugars and grains and often GMO ingredients and dyes. Yet, Americans certainly love it! In fact, the average American consumes 100+ bowls a year, and that number accounts for people like me who don’t consume any at all! Now, cereal lovers can rejoice that there is a high protein, low carb, grain-free, gluten-free, nothing artificial, childlike cereal for grown-ups. With 12 grams of protein per bowl and only 3 grams of carbs it tastes like the cereal you remember but without the sugar high or the guilt! Check out magicspoon.com/wellnessmama for all the details.

This episode is brought to you by Alitura Naturals skincare. You guys loved the founder, Andy, when he came on this podcast to talk about his own skin healing journey after a tragic accident that caused massive scarring on his face. From this experience he developed some of the most potent and effective natural skin care options from serums to masks and the results are visible in his perfectly clear skin that is free of scars! I love the mask and use it a couple times a week, and often use the gold serum at night to nourish my skin while I sleep. All of their products have super clean ingredients and they really work! Andy is absolutely dedicated to creating the highest quality products possible and it shows. Check them out at alituranaturals.com/wellnessmama and use the Discount code “wellness” to get 20% off.

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Today on the podcast we’re going to talk about some ways to really, really drastically improve your sleep! Tara Youngblood has spent over 10,000 hours studying how and why we sleep, and how to do it better. Applying her analytical skills from her physics and engineering background, Tara’s passion is to shape the future of health by making sleep easy and drug-free.

Tara’s research has led to over a dozen patent filings and she’s now a published researcher and internationally sought-after speaker on the topic of sleep. She is also the co-founder and chief science officer behind the ChiliPad, a sleep device I’m sure you’ve heard me talk about because I absolutely love it!

Episode Highlights With Tara Youngblood of ChiliPad
  • What the sleep switch is and how to impact it
  • Why we’re seeing so many sleep problems
  • The part of sleep we lose the ability to do as we age and how to fix it
  • A surprising (effort-free) way to improve sleep
  • What HRV is and why it’s important for sleep
  • If EMFs affect sleep and what to do about them
  • The long-term effects of sleep drugs and how to get good sleep without it
  • What Chilipad and OOLER are and what they can do for sleep
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Do you struggle to get good sleep? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

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This episode is brought to you by Ritual Vitamins, which are specifically designed just for women. Ritual contains nine essential nutrients that most women don’t get enough of from just from food: vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin), folate, vegan D3, vitamin K2, vitamin E, omega-3 fatty acids, boron, chelated iron and a proprietary form of magnesium. Ritual supplies them in forms that are easily absorbed and utilized, and all the capsules are vegan, gluten-free, allergen free and non-GMO. They have both a prenatal and a regular women multivitamin both designed specifically for women and synergistic for women hormones. Did you know that 40% of women can’t properly use folic acid due to an MTHFR gene variation? Ritual contains a natural form of folate and synergistic nutrients so the entire multi is more effective. In pregnancy especially, folate is vital… According to OBGYN Dr. Jason Rothbart, “most women don’t find out they are pregnant until around 4-7 weeks pregnant, which is past the first 28 days. In the first 28 days, the organs are rapidly forming. The neural tube (which becomes the central nervous system and vertebral column) is almost completely formed and closed by the end of 28 days.” The essential nutrient folate helps promote healthy development neural tube. This is why many doctors recommend taking a quality prenatal for several months before trying to get pregnant. Ritual makes it easy with both a prenatal and regular women multivitamin. Learn more about both at wellnessmama.com/go/ritual.

This podcast is brought to you by Magic Spoon Cereal. I know, I know, never thought you’d hear me recommend cereal, did you? That’s because almost every cereal out there is full of refined sugars and grains and often GMO ingredients and dyes. Yet, Americans certainly love it! In fact, the average American consumes 100+ bowls a year, and that number accounts for people like me who don’t consume any at all! Now, cereal lovers can rejoice that there is a high protein, low carb, grain-free, gluten-free, nothing artificial, childlike cereal for grown ups. With 12 grams of protein per bowl and only 3 grams of carbs it tastes like the cereal you remember but without the sugar high or the guilt! Check out magicspoon.com/wellnessmama for all the details.

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I’m here today with a friend of mine who has been here before and I know you’re going to love to hear from her again. Hannah Crum, aka “The Kombucha Mamma,” pioneered Kombucha Kamp, an education workshop everyone interested in fermented foods should take. It started in 2004 out of her Los Angeles kitchen. Now, with her husband Alex, she’s created KombuchaKamp.com, the top educational site with a mission to change the world one gut at a time by providing quality information, quality cultures, and quality customer support around all things fermented.

Now Hannah and Alex serve as mentors and leading experts in the world of kombucha to millions all over the world through speaking, videos, and their amazing online community. I also love her award-winning Amazon bestseller The Big Book of Kombucha, which is an awesome resource to have in your kitchen.

Today, we’re nerding out on the science behind fermentation, what a SCOBY is, how to know if your kombucha is safe, and tips to help kombucha beginners and pros to get the best results.

Episode Highlights With Hannah Crum
  • Whether kombucha is safe while pregnant or nursing
  • What’s the deal with alcohol in kombucha (and is it possible to make alcohol-free kombucha)
  • How much sugar really is in kombucha and other fermented drinks
  • How to make a low/no sugar brew
  • Ways to make a caffeine-free kombucha
  • What you need to know about candida and kombucha
  • Things to look for when choosing a SCOBY or kombucha source
  • And more!
Resources We Mention More From Wellness Mama

Do you make kombucha? Are you thinking about giving it a try? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on iTunes to let us know. We value knowing what you think and this helps other moms find the podcast as well.

Thank You to Today’s Sponsors

This episode is brought to you by Alitura Naturals skincare. You guys loved the founder, Andy, when he came on this podcast to talk about his own skin healing journey after a tragic accident that caused massive scarring on his face. From this experience he developed some of the most potent and effective natural skin care options from serums to masks and the results are visible in his perfectly clear skin that is free of scars! I love the mask and use it a couple times a week, and often use the gold serum at night to nourish my skin while I sleep. All of their products have super clean ingredients and they really work! Andy is absolutely dedicated to creating the highest quality products possible and it shows. Check them out at alituranaturals.com/wellnessmama and use the Discount code “wellness” to get 20% off.

This podcast is sponsored by Thrive Market, a company I’ve known and loved since the very beginning. Their goal is to make real food affordable to everyone and they now help their half a million members, including me, get the organic foods we love delivered to our door for less! Think of an online combination of Costco and whole foods with tons of organic, allergy friendly, paleo, vegan, Keto and other options. The annual membership earns you free gifts and guaranteed savings, and sponsors a free membership for a low-income family. You’ll get 25-50% off top brands and I also always order the new Thrive Market brand products that provide an even bigger discount on their 500+ high quality products. Check it out and save 25% on your first order by going to thrivemarket.com/wm

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