Terri talks with Jessica Campbell, MS, NTP about how we can make small but impactful changes to improve our overall health through healthy eating, rest, and education.
Who is Jessica Campbell?
Jessica Campbell, MS, NTP is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner with a master’s degree in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. She sees patients at the Freyja Clinic in Redwood City and Love Heal Thrive in San Carlos. Jessica runs seasonal detoxes to help you fall in love with your food, your body, and your life. You can find her blog at http://foodfoundation.guru where she shares holistic health tips and healthy recipes for families that love comfort food. Jessica speaks yoga, Ayurveda, paleo, keto, ancestral diets, microbiome, mindfulness, and her superpower is the language of dance.
Jessica shares her journey into human nutrition and functional medicine
Terri and Jessica talk about lifestyle changes we can make to improve our health and the importance of reducing the stress in our lives by getting our bodies into parasympathetic response
Jessica talks about the work she does with her patients to help them improve their health and how she works with them
Jessica and Terri discuss hormone changes in perimenopause/menopause and how we need to talk about this and do more to help our bodies better deal with the changes
Jessica talks about how our bodies are bombarded and are having trouble with dealing with the bombardment
Terri asks about how Jessica’s services are paid…out of pocket or with insurance and they discuss health inequities
Jessica loves working with postpartum, working moms to design programs that work for them and fits within their lives with their families
Terri comments on how confused we are about what is healthy and what we should be consuming, and Jessica goes on to talk about how our bodies don’t recognize certain foods any longer
Terri’s Key Takeaway
Making small and incremental lifestyle changes can have major impact on our lives.
References in the Podcast
Planned Parenthood: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/about-us/facts-figures
University of Western States: https://www.uws.edu/
Article on listening to Mozart reducing allergic response: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14977243/
Article on how being outside is good for your health: http://bit.ly/HealthBenefitsArticle
You can follow Jessica on Twitter @JessicaFoodF, on Facebook @foodfoundationguru and her blog http://foodfoundation.guru.
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