Dr. Heather Rhodes: Lifestyle habits that can cause a hormone imbalance and tips to restore healthy hormone levels #94
22 June 2022
Dr. Heather Rhodes (@drheatherrhodes) is a holistic pharmacist with a passion for women's health. She makes understanding your hormones simple and teaches you practical steps for maintaining hormone balance. Her natural approach to healing creates lasting results and symptom relief specifically for PCOS, PMS, Acne, and Fertility. She’s a cross fit instructor, ice cream addict, toddler mom, and adoption advocate!
In episode 94 of the PCOS Oracle Podcast, I speak with Dr. Heather Rhodes about the lifestyle habits that can cause a hormone imbalance and tips to restore healthy hormone levels.
In this episode Dr Heather talks about
- Dr Heather's health journey
- How your body responds to stress
- What stress even looks like to your body
- Signs your body is in a stressed state
- How to really listen to your body
- Ditch the weight loss pursuit and focus on nourishing your metabolism
Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or on your favourite podcast platform.
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