Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:35] Why Dr. Teta choose to pursue this line of work
- [04:16] What the phrase next level human means
- [07:41] What is the metabolic female
- [12:20] The difference between the metabolism in older and younger women
- [20:25] The different health programs for different stages in life
- [24:30] Should women get their hormones tested
- [32:00] Why Dr. Teta’s questionnaire is more important than testing
- [37:00] The importance of spiritual and mental health
Resources talked about in this episode
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The pandemic has taken a toll on everyone. Perhaps one of the most devastating impacts has been on children. Discussing the social and emotional challenges kids are facing is Dr. Sunita Iyer. She’s a midwife and naturopathic physician, and a graduate-level educator for more than a decade. But she’s also a mom, which makes this personal. After I attended one of Dr. Iyer’s lectures on this topic, I knew I had to interview her and help get her information out to a larger audience
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