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I'll go first: Motherhood is a dang rollercoaster and sometimes I feel like I'm just hanging on. My name is Nina and I am the host of Mama knows. I truly believe that every mama *knows.* Have you ever held your crying child and just said or thought "I know honey." YOU, mama, know what is best for your family and sometimes it's different than what the other mama knows. This podcast is an ongoing, honest conversation around motherhood, mental health, parenting and relationships...the good, bad and funny. Join in weekly for tips, strategies, tools and conversation that will leave you feeling less alone! If you enjoy listening to this podcast, I would love it if you would give me a review, subscribe and share with your friends. This is how I am able to get us the BEST free resources from incredible guests. 

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I am currently trying to not procrastinate right now so this epiosde is coming at the best time. This week Chelsey Newmeyer helps us best utilize our time so we can feel better and accomplish more.The questions we answered this week: 1. I will admit that I can be a procrastinator, how do I unlearn procrastination habits?2. I feel like I don't have enough time in the day to finish the tasks that need to be completed, let alone, do anything enjoyable/spend time on any hobbies. How can I better organize my day so I don't feel so booked?3. What is time blocking and how can I implement it in my life?4. I haven't been feeling very productive lately. What are some tips to being more productive in daily tasks or at work?5. You helped me have some free time, but now I feel guilty for relaxing and feel like I should be tackling other projects. How do I rest without guilt? Chelsey Newmyer is a nerd for all things time management and productivity. After years of reading frustrating productivity advice that didn't match her life, she started her productivity coaching business to help solopreneurs, and 9-5ers maximize their time by getting the personalized productivity systems they need to reach their goals. Chelsey is a Navy spouse and currently lives on Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba with her husband, son Nolan, and her dog, Leia. When she's not working, she's hanging out with her new baby, drinking lots of coffee, or listening to podcasts while reorganizing something in her house. ______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
Mom rage is a topic near and dear to my heart and something I am still working on improving. If you are like me and feel like you are quick to anger and have a short fuse but don't know why or how to mitigate it, this episode is for you.Questions we addressed in today's interview:1.  I was personally diagnosed with postpartum mood disorder and rage back in 2021 - do you have any stats or data on approximately how common this is?2. What brings so many of us moms to rage, when we weren't like this before?3. Is it my fault I have such a quick temper?4. How can we get a handle on your rage? i.e. what are some long term things I can do and what are some in the heat of the moment things I can do to cope? Erica Djossa is the CEO and founder of Momwell, and a registered psychotherapist specializing in maternal mental health with over a decade of experience. As a mother of three rambunctious young boys, Erica understands first-hand the challenges of motherhood. Perfectionism, pressure, and loss of identity fueled her battle with postpartum depression, and she realized how difficult it is to seek care. She founded Momwell to set a standard of care for providers and ensure mom-centred specialized mental health support at any stage of motherhood. Erica has been featured in media publications including Time Magazine, Washington Post, USA Today, The Toronto Star, Breakfast Television, and Scary Mommy. Contact detailWebsiteInstagramAbout the Book: Moms today are drowning under the weight of labor and expectations, feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, and overburdened. They desperately want to feel like they are succeeding, but the impossible standards placed on them leave them feeling burned out and frustrated. Releasing the Mother Load: How To Carry Less and Enjoy Motherhood More is an empowering guidebook that teaches moms how to unlearn intensive mothering expectations and free themselves from the burdens of mental labor. “In our search for perfection, we hold ourselves up to impossible standards,” says Djossa. “And when we inevitably fall short of those, we feel like failures. The key is in letting go of what we think we should be and embracing our value as a mom.” Based on the teachings through her maternal mental health platform, Momwell, Erica Djossa unpacks the dimensions of cognitive labor—the invisible care work within tasks like soothing babies, navigating tantrums, keeping track of where everything is in the house, and planning for appointments. In Releasing the Mother Load, Djossa invites readers to break free from societal conditioning that demands mothers do it all, and step into a new way of thinking that relieves the weight of unrealistic motherhood expectations and allows them to say no, take on less, and enjoy life more. Unlike other resources on the topic of invisible labor, Releasing the Mother Load takes a hard look at th______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
I just learned that often times the beliefs and judgments we have about our partners and their actions is a direct reflection of the belief you have about yourself and your own worth stemming from something that happened to you in childhood.Here are the questions we covered:1. Women tell me often that their partner's actions and/or habits are really getting to them to the point where they are starting to label their partner as uncaring/inattentive/condescending. Why do we do this and how can this be detrimental to one's marriage?2. How can I work through these judgements towards my spouse?3. How can I have a productive conversation with my spouse about my judgments so we can work together? Here is the link to the Developing Deeper Connection Course. The coupon code is MAMAKNOWS______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
Am I a bad parent if my child is lying or is this totally normal? This week I sit down with Devon Kuntzman of Tranforming Toddlerhood to tackle the topic of lying. We cover:1. Am I a bad parent if my child is lying or is it normal?2. When do toddlers often start lying and why?3. Should I ignore lies or address them?4. Walk me through what do I do and say when I catch my toddler in a lie? For example: my toddler says he didn't color on the walls but there are stick drawings that weren't from me or the dog. 5. How can I encourage telling the truth rather than lies in future scenarios?More about Devon:Devon Kuntzman, PCC, is the original toddler parenting coach on Instagram and the founder of Transforming Toddlerhood. As a toddler expert, she is on a mission to transform the myth that toddlerhood is terrible. Devon empowers toddler parents to overcome the challenges of toddlerhood, nurture development and create confidence in their skills by being the Confident Leader & Guide through using positive, respectful, and developmentally appropriate parenting tools. As a result, Devon has built a community of nearly 1 million parents and caregivers from across the world who are committed to transforming their parenting, their toddler’s behavior, and their overall experience of toddlerhood while creating a foundation for a relationship with their child that lasts a lifetime.Devon holds a psychology and child development degree and is an ICF-certified coach. Having lived on three continents, Devon has tirelessly supported parents and children as a coach, former high-profile nanny, and director of an orphanage in Rwanda. When she isn’t working with parents, Devon can be found playing with her kiddo, riding her bicycle, or drinking a green juice (sometimes all at the same time!)http://transformingtoddlerhood.com/IG______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
If you haven't figured out your fight language, make sure you listen to Part 1 with Lena Morgan before listening to this episode! Do you feel like your partner's apology isn't resonating with you and that your fights never seem to resolve? You NEED this episode. I highly suggest you listen to this episode with your partner!1. We figured out our fight language now what?2. What does repair or apologies look like for each fight language?3. What do I do or say to my partner if I don't feel fulfilled by their apology?About Lena:The biggest gift we can give ourselves is to feel understood. Lena Morgan began her career as a midwife and for over a decade she helped people communicate their needs effectively, especially in high stress situations. Pulling from this, she developed the Fight Languages; the transformational conflict solution. The Fight Languages quickly help your conflict and repair become more productive and connected. Her work is helping individuals, partnerships, organizations, and businesses develop more understanding and connection. You can learn more about her work at fightlanguages.comLena's InstagramDiscount code for MamaKnows listeners: 20% off the eBook, through the website fightlanguages.com, with the code mamaknows______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
This week is dedicated to all your potty training questions:1. When is the "ideal" time to start potty training? And what does that look like/involve?2. Is the 3 day potty training a real thing? How long does it usually take?3. How do I encourage my kid to want to use the potty? What route should I take? Prizes? Candy? Help!4. What does successful potty training look like? What if there are still accidents?5. My kiddo has hit a potty training regression and we can't seem to get out of it. What do I do?About Mariko:Mariko Fairly is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, parent coach, and mom of two.She provides positive + proactive strategies to increase your child's cooperation, and your calm + confidence as a parent.@parenting_fairly www.parentingfairly.comDiscount code: MAMAKNOWS10 for an additional 10% off my guidebook and/or classes______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
Emotions are big and sometimes scary to feel, especially as a child. As a mom, I want to foster a safe place to help my kids identify and work through their emotions, and love the idea that they can do that through play. I am so excited to have Elisabeth Emmerich, a registered play therapist, on the podcast this week to walk us through:1. How can we, as parents, help our kids identify or understand the emotions they are feeling? (ie. Mad vs. frustrated?)2. What are ways that we can help our kids to process their emotions? (ie. How can play help our kids process their emotions?)3. Should I be concerned if my child is overly aggressive during play while mad? For example, the child is upset and is play with dolls and is making the dolls hurt each other.More about Elisabeth:Elisabeth Emmerich is a licensed therapist, registered play therapist, wife and mom to 3 boys. Elisabeth owns a private practice in Eden Prairie, MN (Creekside Counseling) and has been working in the mental health field for over a decade. Not only does Elisabeth continue to see therapy clients, but has a second business in which she hosts the Experience Motherhood Podcast and offers courses to support moms in being authentic and true to themselves in motherhood. Elisabeth loves to come alongside moms and kids to support them in discovering that they are wonderfully and uniquely created. Outside of her businesses, Elisabeth loves walking the family dog and being outside with her 3 boys.Experience Motherhood PodcastExperience MotherhoodFollow Elisabeth on Instagram @experiencemotherhood______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
This week Dr. Shainna and I sit down and talk about:1.What does it mean to reparent yourself and how do I know if I need to do it?2. What are some examples of unmet childhood needs and the way that they look/present in adulthood? (For example my person attachment style and constant need for validation)3. What does reparenting look like and how often do we need to do it and or how long does it take to see results? (talk through an example/scenario step by step)______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
There is so much information out there about holistic approaches to baby sleep - but what about toddlers? I am so thrilled to have Sarah Patel, a certified baby and toddler sleep consultant, on the podcast this week to answer the following questions:1. How do I know when to drop the final toddler nap?2. My toddler fights going to bed, how can I stop this?3. My kid says they are scared when I put them to bed. How can I create a welcoming environment for them to want to sleep in their room?4. What can I do about my toddler getting into my bed at night?5. How do we practice not trying to sneak out of our kids’ room after laying with them in order to get them to fall asleep? How can we encourage them to fall asleep on their own? Sarah Patel is a mum of two little ones 18 months apart,  a Certified Baby and Toddler Sleep consultant and the founder of Teach To Sleep. She has over 15 years’ experience teaching as a primary school teacher and a senior lecturer in education. Sarah classes herself as a gentle holistic sleep consultant, rather than a sleep trainer which means she offers personalised support using responsive strategies, so she does not use any form of crying it out or controlled crying methods.Sarah has lots of free resources on her instagram page as well as sleep guides, online sleep courses and a variety of one to one packages which can be found on her website www.teachtosleep.co.uk. ______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
Happy Valentine's day! As a special treat, Dr. Tracy Dalgleish joins us back on the podcast to help us strengthen our relationship with our partner. This week we discuss:1. What are ways we can feel more connected with our partner? (Talk me through how to initiate a conversation about our relationship and how it can improve)2. How can we feel more secure in our relationship?3. What are things I can do for myself to make me feel more connected and less annoyed with my partner?4. How do I get out of the cycle of constantly asking for attention when my partners love language is different?Meet Dr. Tracy: I'm a Clinical Psychologist, Mom of 2, Wife and Creator of Be Connected.I knew that I wanted to take what I learned in my clinical practice and bring it to you. I know how hard it is to get help when you need it. Availability of practitioners, time away from family, along with the financial burden of consistent on-going support. I wanted to break these barriers to getting the tools when you need them. So I got to work growing a community online and sharing my expertise with all of you.  I have a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Ottawa. I have spent over 15 years in practice working with individuals and couples, and training with renowned relationship experts.Here is what I know: We learn through stories, so my promise to you is to show up authentically. Because even though I am a psychologist, no one is immune to struggling. Dr. Tracy's InstagramDr. Tracy's New Book______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
A while back we talked about the 5 love languages and why it may be important  for your relationship to know which one you and your partner are. But do you know what your fight language is? What about your partners fight language?Lena Morgan developed these 5 fight languages to help us repair our fights and become better connected with our partners. This week she answers the following questions:1. Tell me about you and your work!2. We have heard of the 5 love languages, but what are the 5 fight languages? And why is it important that we know what our fight language is?3. How can we fight better as each language?4. My husband and I just got done having an argument, he apologized, but it feels empty and doesn’t resonate with me. Why might this be?About Lena:The biggest gift we can give ourselves is to feel understood. Lena Morgan began her career as a midwife and for over a decade she helped people communicate their needs effectively, especially in high stress situations. Pulling from this, she developed the Fight Languages; the transformational conflict solution. The Fight Languages quickly help your conflict and repair become more productive and connected. Her work is helping individuals, partnerships, organizations, and businesses develop more understanding and connection. You can learn more about her work at fightlanguages.comLena's InstagramDiscount code for MamaKnows listeners: 20% off the eBook, through the website fightlanguages.com, with the code mamaknows______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
I can't recommend this episode enough! I had such a great time recording this with Sam Kelly and this may be one of my favorite episodes yet.If you are tired of being the only person in your house that carries the mental and physical load of keeping the house running this episode is for you! Get your littles involved with chores around the house!In this episode we cover: Why is it important that your littles participate in the mental and home workload?How can I encourage my kids to participate in the home workload?How can I teach my kids to notice what needs to be done at home instead of waiting to be asked?I have a different standard of cleanliness than my kids do. How do I navigate this as they participate more around the house?What do I do when my child or teen won't do their chores?About Sam: Sam Kelly is a therapist turned feminist coach for mothers, a mom of 3, and a cycle-breaker. She teaches women how to break the cycle of motherhood burnout by empowering their kids to be proactive contributors in the home and sharing the mental load with the whole family. Sam's info:InstagramWebsite FREE GUIDE to get started teaching your kids HOW to Notice and Do in your home: https://samkelly.myflodesk.com/vvnkiwt0mrWAITLIST for best pricing on my audio course, Little Cycle-Breakers, which opens for enrollment again on Feb 5th:https://samkelly.myflodesk.com/ma238nc8bi ______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
This week's discussion:1. What is manifestation?2. How does science back up manifesting & positive thoughts?3. What are positive affirmations?4. How to practice manifestation and affirmations.5. A list of some of my favorite affirmationsClick here to buy my Manifestation GuideClick here for the FREE affirmations page from my Manifestation Guide______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
Discussion:1. Why are some flamingos lighter pink/more washed out than others?2. Signs you are lacking self confidence.3. Simple things to implement daily to boost your self confidence. Click here to buy my Manifestation GuideClick here for the FREE affirmations page from my Manifestation Guide______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
This week we cover:What and Who is a HSP?How can I go into social situations without feeling questioning and insecurity afterwards? (ie: When I get home from hanging out with new friends, I worry I did or said something that may make them not like me.)Tips on how to move past a sensitive thought (how to not dwell on certain situations, ie: My friend was short with me in text messages and I have now created an entire storyline why - how to stop this?)What are some daily things we can implement to build up our self confidence?Alissa Boyer is a Mentor for Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) with a passion for helping fellow HSPs learn how to unapologetically embrace their sensitivity and use it as a strength in their lives. She’s the creator of several online programs including The Sensitive & Soulful Vault and Sensitive & Soulful Self-Worth. Alissa also offers business mentorship to HSPs and hosts a podcast called The Sensitive & Soulful Show. You can connect with Alissa on Instagram @lifebyalissa and through her website: https://www.sensitiveandsoulful.com/______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
 For our 100th episode, we did our biggest Q+A yet! I asked YOU what questions you had and we answered the top questions - including some steamy ones!Listen in to hear what we think about:- How do you set boundaries with in-laws?- What was PPD (postpartum depression) like for you?- How did you know you needed therapy and how did you go about it?- What makes you jealous of other people?- How do you and Tom break up house duties?- What’s your favorite sex position and how is your sex life?- Do you ever lose your shit as a parent?+more!! ______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
Are you a single mama ready to get back into the dating world? Dating is a lot! It can be overwhelming - especially when you throw a divorce and kids into the mix. Are you feeling lost in navigating this new chapter? This episode is for you!We cover in this episode:How do you know you are ready to date after divorce? Divorce is like grief, I imagine those come and go and can make you feel ICK about dating.How and when do you tell your kids you are dating? (do you even tell them when it’s early/casual?)What boundaries are important to set with the person you are dating early on? What boundaries do you set with your EX?What are your personal tips in finding a healthy relationship after divorce?About Jess:Jess is a single mom of two, certified divorce and co-parenting coach at Moms Moving On. She has worked alongside Michelle Dempsey-Multack for years and takes a child centered approach to co-parenting. Jess was a SAHM while going through her divorce in 2018 and the thought of spending time away from her kids broke her heart. She quickly learned that it isn’t always about the quantity of time spent with her kids, rather the quality. Her and her children live in Wisconsin and love everything the Midwest has to offer. As a family, they enjoy watching football, playing golf, getting outside and creating fun memories together. When Jess is not with her kids, she is spending time with her new partner, golfing and enjoying time with her girlfriends. As a child of divorce who has no relationship with her father, Jess wanted to ensure her children grew up having a strong relationship with both of their parents.As a coach, Jess is passionate about empowering her clients and helping them move on emotionally after the divorce is final. She works closely with her clients to help them find new ways to fill their cup as they enter the world of co-parenting. She also enjoys working with clients to create a child-centered parenting plan that is fine tuned to avoid any grey area. If you are looking for support during or after the divorce, Jess would be honored to work with you.Find Jess on Instagram: @mmocoachjess______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
In this episode, we dive into what pelvic floor health means and why it is so important. We learn about small, obtainable things we can do everyday to not only improve our pelvic floor health, but also stay active in motherhood while juggling the kids and all.Links: https://app.expectingandempowered.com Discount code to apply at checkout: NINA20 - this is 20% off the yearly app.Instagram: @expectingandempoweredMeet Krystle:As a mom of three, I am SO passionate about providing women the information they need to thrive physically throughout pregnancy, postpartum and beyond. I’ve been working as a Women's Health Physical Therapist for 12 years and own Empower Movement Physical Therapy. At this point, I’ve treated hundreds of pregnancy and postpartum patients. Everything I’ve learned in those years has gone into creating Expecting and Empowered - a resource that I now recommend to ALL of my pregnant and postpartum clients. As I like to say, “motion is lotion”- movement during these physically demanding years sets you up for a smoother journey.______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
If you haven't listened to Part 1 make sure you do that before listening to Part 2!Questions I asked Claire: The program I did with you, can you talk about the structure of it and why this structure is the one you like? Let’s talk about the stool sample and my results and how you chose to move forward? Let’s talk about the herbals (especially the biocidin and oregano and the die off they cause) and why you had me take thoseWe found out I have a hpylori and hernia, what now? About Claire:Hi! I'm Claire - a mama, dietitian, and yoga instructor. I am passionate about helping others achieve their health + wellness goals through personalized nutrition, and especially have a passion for helping other mamas regain their health along their motherhood journey.Instagram:@claire.s.wellness@nuvitruwellnessWebsite: https://nuvitruwellness.com/austinnutritionist-clairestewart/______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
It has been 8 months since I went on a life changing journey of healing my gut. It has not only healed my gut, but has helped my mental health and energy levels. I feel better than I have ever felt. It was never about the weight loss for me. I have received so many questions about my journey so we are diving in with 2 parts!This episode we cover:My symptoms, goals for my healing, my test results and care plan, the role of mental health in this journey.About Claire:Hi! I'm Claire - a mama, dietitian, and yoga instructor. I am passionate about helping others achieve their health + wellness goals through personalized nutrition, and especially have a passion for helping other mamas regain their health along their motherhood journey.Instagram: @claire.s.wellness@nuvitruwellnessWebsite: https://nuvitruwellness.com/austinnutritionist-clairestewart/______________________________Did you love this episode? BUY ME A COFFEE for support!Find me on Instagram@balkanina@mamaknowspodcastFind me on TikTokBalkaninaSubscribe to my NewsletterPrivate Facebook Motherhood-Podcast CommunityMama Knows FBDisclaimer: This podcast does not provide any medical advice, it is for informational purposes only!
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