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September 30, 2022

See Ya Later Ovulator

with podcast guest

Esther Blum

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Esther Blum is an Integrative Dietitian and Menopause Expert who maintains a private practice where she helps women through menopause with nutrition, hormones, and self-advocacy. Esther is the bestselling author of See ya later, Ovulator, Cavewomen Don’t Get Fat, and Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous, and has been featured on Dr. Oz, and the Today Show, among others.

In this episode, we talk about why women in this age group are so underserved, what we can do to thrive in this time of our lives, Esther’s approach to hormone testing, the massive benefits of bioidentical hormones, how to find a practitioner with the right experience to help you, and so much more. Esther is fantastic, and you’ll learn so much from this conversation!

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Highlights

  • Women in the menopause phase of the menstrual lifecycle are criminally underserved
  • The external life factors many of us experience in our 40s and 50s
  • Physical and hormonal changes that occur during menopause
  • Esther’s approach to hormone testing
  • Hormone replacement therapy during perimenopause
  • Why bioidentical hormone replacement crucial for many women
  • Breaking the myths about the dangers of hormone replacement
  • Normalizing optimization instead of suffering
  • How to find a practitioner with the right experience to help you
  • Factors that impact how menopause symptoms show up for different people
  • When to consider starting hormone replacement
  • Why many doctors still prescribe pills or an IUD for managing menopause symptoms
  • Optimizing your health in your 40s
  • Why we need carbohydrates
  • Biohacking your metabolism

Resources

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Women, Hormones & Alcohol

Brooke Scheller is a Doctor of Clinical Nutrition and Certified Nutrition Specialist in New York City. She specializes in using nutrition and functional medicine practices

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