7 days ago
Does your roadmap to being healthy also include changing your mindset?
If not, then this may be the roadblock that's getting in the way of your health goals.
October 13 2020
Did you know that chronic pain is as much a physical condition as it is an emotional one?
Whether that’s a troubled gut, discomfort in your lower back, or an autoimmune issue...
It could well be the case that your inner conflict and unhealed trauma are causing you physical pain.
In this week’s vodcast, we talked to psychotherapist and chronic pain expert Dr. Nicole Sachs to better understand this mind-body connection.
October 8 2020
Have you ever felt that your brain could function better? Whether you suffer from chronic stress, anxiety, brain fog, or are recovering from a concussion – there is hope!
September 15 2020
In this week’s vodcast, we discuss everything a sleep-deprived person needs to hear. Together with fibromyalgia expert Dr. Rodger Murphree, we uncover the importance of restorative sleep, the effects of bad sleep to your health, and how to naturally fix our sleeping patterns in ways you may not be aware of.
August 25 2020
Did you know that both men and women can have too much estrogen in their bodies? For Episode 18 of The Goodness Lover Live Vodcast, we signed on the help of hormone expert and seven times best-selling author Dr. Mariza Snyder to explain to us estrogen dominance symptoms and how to bring your estrogen down to normal level.
August 19 2020
Is PCOS curable? Or is this something that women will need to live with for the rest of their lives? For Episode 17 of The Goodness Lover Vodcast, we interviewed OB-GYN and PCOS expert Dr. Felice Gersh to talk about polycystic ovary syndrome and the natural protocol to follow.
July 17 2020
In this episode, we interviewed Dr. Carrie Jones and talked about perimenopause—the phase women go through before hitting menopause altogether.
April 29 2020
A woman’s period is NOT supposed to be a brutal monthly nightmare! We’re not supposed to feel any kind of excruciating pain that will leave you curled up in your bathroom floor, nauseated, and about to pass out. You can actually have carefree & easy monthly periods.