Aglaée Jacob, RD
OPTIMAL NUTRITION FOR HEALTHY MAMA
Aglaée talks about important topics with us focusing on issues like prenatal vitamins, eating for two, and more! You can also check her out and learn more about her programs on her website Radicata Nutrition.
Stephanie Greunke, RD
The 4th Trimester & Beyond; Helping Mom Recover
Stephanie is joining us to talk about The 4th Trimester and Beyond. She will be focusing on the importance of nutrition and lifestyle for new moms, postpartum issues, and more! We can’t wait for this special webinar and we know it will help so many new moms out there as well as those looking to become moms in the future!
Bridgit Danner, LAC
Optimizing Fertility and Hormones
Bridget joins us with extensive resume and expertise and lends her insight into a range of topics concerning nutrition for fertility for both men and women. We’re so excited to have Bridget join us at the Rebel Health Tribe and are looking forward to her sharing her amazing wealth of knowledge with our members. Be sure to login in and submit questions that can be asked during her live webinar!
Dr. Jolene Brighten, ND
Autoimmune Thyroid and Pregnancy
Dr. Brighten is here to discuss all things concerning pregnancy and thyroid, Hashimoto’s, autoimmunity and more! Dr. Brighten is also a contributor to our Core Primal90 Modules. We so excited to have her back and to be able to share her incredible knowledge with everyone!
Rochelle Serna, NT
Baby Lead Weaning – First Foods
Rochelle joins us to talk about important topics about babies and motherhood including topics like first foods, weaning, gut health for moms, and more! Her extensive knowledge about nutrition has helped numerous mothers take their first steps into motherhood and give the best health and nutrition advice for raising healthy, happy babies!
Sara Gustafson CHN, HLC III
Maintaining a Healthy Relationship During Pregnancy & After
Sara has been a contributor to the Primal90 programs through Action Steps videos, her interview, as well as a webinar guest! She’s a fantastic resource, and we’re looking forward to talking about the physical body – post baby. Topics like the core, pelvic floor, exercise, and more as well as sex and relationships pre/post baby!
Kiran Krishnan, Microbiologist
Healthy Microbiome for Mama and Baby
There is a ton of emerging research revolving around babies and microbiome, so we decided to sit down and get to the research. Questions we’ll discuss here include: Is the womb sterile? How do babies get inoculated with healthy flora? Does microbiome play a role in fertility? What impact does a c-section birth have on a baby’s microbiome? We also discuss the amazing benefits and functions of human breastmilk, suggestions for fostering a healthy microbiome in infants, and much more!
Mallory defines postpartum depression, discusses many factors which play a role in developing this common condition, explains some warning signs to look for, shares many tips and suggestions to reduce one’s likelihood of developing depression after giving birth, and ways to naturally manage depression once it may already be present.
Jaclyn Downs HHP, DOULA
Pregnancy & Birth Complications + Natural Birth Considerations
Jaclyn answers questions pertaining to her work as a doula, such as: What is the difference between a doula and midwife? What are various options and considerations for home birth? She will also discuss ways to possibly avoid unnecessary c-section birth, make several recommendations pertaining to natural birth, and discuss many common problems and/or complications related to pregnancy and birth!
Infertility: Natural Solutions
Jaclyn defines infertility, and discusses the many factors which play a role in being unable to conceive and/or successfully carry children. Several common root causes of infertility are discussed in length, as well as many tips and suggestions to naturally improve fertility – from a functional nutrition & health perspective.
Kathryn Kos, NTP
Breastfeeding Basics, Optimization, & Trouble-shooting
Breastfeeding basics, how to avoid common issues, how long is long enough, benefits of extended breastfeeding and normalizing breastfeeding.