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Juna Women Podcast
56 minutes | Jan 19, 2022
Holistic Pediatric Medicine with Ana Maria Temple
In this episode Sarah talks with Ana Maria Temple, a holistic pediatrician from Charlotte, NC. Ana's approach to medicine helps children and families achieve a better quality of life with less missed school days, less doctor visits, and less medications. We talk about what led her to holistic medicine and how it's different than the care you might be used to. For more from Juna, check out the Juna App! Some tips from Ana: Skip the sugar at breakfast Focus on small changes for big results Whole foods over processed foods Don't drink your sugar! Gatorade has the equivalent of 11 packets of sugar. Coca-Cola has the equivalent of 18 packets of sugar. Remove devices from your kid's rooms. Not enough sleep is the source of many issues. Spend quality time doing quality activities.
50 minutes | Jan 5, 2022
5 Tips For Pregnancy and Early Postpartum with Brianne Taggart
In this episode Sarah talks with Brianne Taggart from Breezy Babies. Brianne has years of experience as an RN and IBCLC and she shares much of her accumulated knowledge with the Juna Moms in this episode. For more from Juna, check out the Juna App!
62 minutes | Dec 14, 2021
Simplify Your Parenting with Dr Siggie Cohen PhD
In this episode Sarah hosts Dr Siggie Cohen who has dedicated her life's work to helping families connect and thrive. Dr. Siggie shares her tried and true techniques for simplifying parenting, helping you remain calm and in charge, feel empowered, and reduce tension in your home. For more from Juna, please check out the Juna App!
44 minutes | Dec 9, 2021
Epidurals with Dr. Jennifer Gerber
In this episode Sarah talks with Dr Jenn Gerber, Dr Jenn Gerber, an anesthesiologist and Mom of 2. We focus the majority of our conversation on Jenn's experience with epidurals, both administering and receiving during her labors and she busts 1 of the biggest myths around epidurals. For more from Juna, check out the Juna App!
63 minutes | Nov 22, 2021
Covid Vaccines For 5-11 Year Olds with Dr. Jessica Hochman
Today Sarah talks with Dr. Jessica Hochman, a pediatrician from Southern California. Here's a note from Sarah about this episode: "I was nervous for this interview because we talk about topics like vaccines and masks that have become very divisive and political so I want to make a few things clear before you listen. 1. Juna, as a company, does not have a position on this issue and anything that I personally say is not meant to be an endorsement of Juna's position. 2. Our goal with this podcast, and everything we share at Juna is to give you the most accurate and up to date information we can find on pregnancy, postpartum, and motherhood wellness, and empower you to make decisions with that information which work for you and your family. 3. I've seen many influencers and brands appeal to the emotional side of these issues and while emotion may certainly play a role in your decisions, our intention is to provide, statistics and science and leave the emotion out as much as possible. 4. Dr. Jessica's perspective is one of many. If you have someone you would like me to interview for the podcast on this topic, please send me a DM on instagram @juna.moms. Lastly, parenting is hard. Deciding whether or not to vaccinate your children, especially in this 0-11 age range is hard and we shouldn't judge one another for whatever decision we make because at the end of the day we all want what's best for our kids and will come to different conclusions on what that looks like. Thanks for listening. - Sarah For more from Juna, check out our pregnancy and postpartum app.
45 minutes | Nov 16, 2021
Thriving During Pregnancy with Marni Wasserman
In this episode Sarah talks with Marni Wasserman, the host of the Ultimate Baby Podcast and co-host of the Ultimate Health Podcast. Marni uses her passion and experience to help educate mamas and mamas to be on how thrive during pregnancy. She shares some of her favorite pregnancy foods and her top tip for new moms. For more from Juna, check out the Juna App!
37 minutes | Nov 8, 2021
Babies and Brains with Michelle Acerbi
In this episode Sarah talks with Michelle Acerbi from Babies and Brains. Michelle is a behavioral and mental health specialist who focuses on working with parents who have children from ages 0-5. Michelle specializes in teaching parents how to read their child's cues and respond to their children in a way that enhances the relationship, supports their needs, and builds healthy brain architecture for future learning, security, happiness, and success. For more from Juna, check out the Juna App!
71 minutes | Nov 2, 2021
Gut Health During TTC, Pregnancy, and Postpartum with Ayla Barmmer
In today's episode Sarah talks with Ayla Barmmer from Full Well. Ayla is a Registered Dietitian and Mom of Two who created the company Full Well to share the evidence-based, effective, and high-quality prenatal supplement created for her clients available to the rest of the world. In this episode Sarah and Ayla talk about digestive health during trying to conceive, pregnancy and postpartum. They talk about things like constipation, probiotics, prenatal vitamins, the magic of ginger and nutrition for gut health, and a few key things you want to avoid. For more from Juna, check out the Juna App!
36 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Ending Preventable Stillbirth with Ana Vick
In today's episode Sarah talks with Ana Vick from Push For Empowered Pregnancy. Ana's mission is an important one, and something not many people talk about -- to help end preventable still births. Ana shares her story about a pregnancy ending in a still birth and everything she's learned since. This is such an important episode for anyone who's pregnant or thinking about getting pregnant Show Notes: http://juna.co/juna-women-podcast Download the Juna App for iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/juna-pregnancy-workouts/id1452883313
40 minutes | Oct 11, 2021
C-Section Strong with Olena Danko
In this episode Sarah talks with Olena Danko from the blog C-Section Strong. Olena is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Mom of two who founded the blog C-Section Strong to help support women who's births don't go as planned. Olena goes into detail on her experience with two c-sections as well as some great tips for preparing and educating yourself if your birth doesn't go as planned. If you are planning for a C-Section or know anyone who is, this episode is a must listen! Show Notes: http://juna.co/juna-women-podcast Download the Juna App for iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/juna-pregnancy-workouts/id1452883313
45 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
Baby and Toddler Speech with Laura Brown, MA, CCC-SLP
In this episode Sarah talks with Laura Brown from Mommy and Me Milestones. Laura specializes in early intervention for children struggling to develop language skills. Sarah and Laura talk about early language, the simple things you can do to help your child develop skills, when to worry and reach out for help, and all the steps to keep your child developing language into toddlerhood. For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please follow so you don’t miss an episode!
41 minutes | Sep 27, 2021
Enjoy Motherhood Again with The Mama Psychologists
In this episode Sarah talks with Chelsea and Caitlin from The Mama Psychologists. Chelsea and Caitlin are therapists from Canada who bonded over the mutual struggles they were having with Motherhood. They set out to create a business to help mamas thrive and enjoy Motherhood again. In this episode they talk about - postpartum depression - baby blues - breastfeeding aversion - Intrusive thoughts about accidental harm - sleep deprivation - importance of community and support and much much more. This is the mini-mom therapy session you didn't know you desperately needed! For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please follow so you don’t miss an episode!
47 minutes | Sep 14, 2021
How To Raise Good Humans with Cindy Covington, PhD
In this episode Sarah talks with Cindy Covington from Curious Neuron. Cindy is a neuroscientist, Ph.D and Mom of 3. She decided she wanted to spend more time at home after having babies, but still wanted to use her degree to do research. So she started researching parenting. Her evidence and science based approach is calming and clear and her tips will work for many parenting styles. In this episode Sarah and Cindy cover topics like: Baby development The importance of play Connection with your kids Parenting styles What to do when you don’t agree with your spouse And much much more. Anyone who has tiny humans at home will get something out of this episode! For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please follow so you don’t miss an episode!
47 minutes | Aug 31, 2021
Fix Your Relationship with Dr. Stephen and Erin Mitchell
In this episode Sarah talks with Erin and Steven Mitchell, founders of Create Your Couple Story. They talked about how to communicate with your partner, especially about vulnerable things that can happen during the transition to parenthood. Things like miscarriages, body image, changes in sex drive, and the role each partner will play during postpartum and beyond. The real key isn't knowing that you need to communicate, but actually having the tough conversations, because they can be tough! I hope you enjoy this episode. This is the episode you will wish you listened to before becoming a parent! For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please follow so you don't miss an episode!
33 minutes | Aug 16, 2021
One Family, One Meal with Catherine McCord
In the 100th episode of the podcast Sarah chats with Catherine McCord, founder of Weelicious and One Potato. Today's topics include: • how to serve one meal for the whole family • which foods are optimal • simple, nutritious, flavorful recipes • how to simplify packing lunches • getting your kids to eat the food you prepare • tips to get kids involved in meal time before they sit down to eat If you or anyone you know more than 1 kid feels like a short order cook, you don't want to miss this episode. For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please subscribe! Podcast Homepage: https://juna.co/pod
36 minutes | Aug 9, 2021
What To Eat When You Want To Get Pregnant with Dr. Nicole Avena
In this episode Sarah chats with Dr. Nicole Avena, author of the book What To Eat When You Want To Get Pregnant. Today's topics include: • the optimal diet for conception • how early you should start prepping your body if you want to get pregnant • the correlation between weight and fertility • foods to avoid • the role of diet on male fertility and much more. If you know anyone trying to have a baby in the next year or so, definitely share this episode with them! For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please subscribe! Podcast Homepage: https://juna.co/pod
43 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
What's In Your Breast Milk? with Dr Stephanie Canale
In this episode, Sarah chats with Dr. Stephanie Canale from the Lactation Lab. Stephanie is a Mom of two and founded the lactation lab to help moms understand their nutritional makeup of their breast milk and be able to make informed, science based decisions around their nutrition and how it relates to feeding their babies. In the episode Sarah and Stephanie cover topics like: breast milk testing, what is it and who should do it? mastitis test strips why many women quit breastfeeding why moms need to support moms no matter how they are feeding their babies different types of fat in breast milk where women are most commonly deficient the dangers of supplements and relying on them too much the importance of using whole foods to treat health issues how antibiotics can alter our gut biomes forever Stephanie is a wealth of knowledge and we are lucky to have her on the Juna Women Podcast. For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please subscribe! Podcast Homepage: https://juna.co/pod
32 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Sitting, Crawling, Walking, Tummy Time and more with Dr. Emily Heiser
In the episode, Sarah chats with Emily Heiser from Kinactive Kids. Emily is a Pediatric Physical Therapist and she specializes in helping kids develop strong gross motor skills. In the episode Sarah and Emily cover topics like: walking crawling sitting torticolis proper development timeslines when to worry and when not to worry what to do if you think your child might have motor skill issues common things you might freak out about, but are totally normal alternatives to tummy time and much more! For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please subscribe! Podcast Homepage: https://juna.co/pod
43 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
Orgasmic Birth & Sex After Baby with Debra Pascali Bonaro
On the episode, Sarah chats with Debra Pascali Bonaro, a doula, author, and documentary filmmaker. Debra's goal is to make sure each person has pleasure and a community of caring support during pregnancy, birth, and the transition to parenting. In the episode Sarah and Debra cover topics like: The history of birth - what birth was like before it became the “medical model” as most people know birth today. The history of midwives - how many midwives attend births. Orgasmic birth. What is it? What does it mean? How to take your birth experience into your own hands and have the experience you want. The thought that birth has sexual can be really taboo and challenging. Intimacy after baby - how to keep your ships sailing in the same direction and get them back on course if they are going opposite ways For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please subscribe! Podcast Homepage: https://juna.co/pod
49 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
Feeding Your Baby With The Formula Mom
On the episode, Sarah chats with Mallory, better known as The Formula Mom. After going through struggles with breastfeeding and striking out finding adequate resources to help her with formula feeding, Mallory set out to create a movement to help parents drop the guilt about how they feed so they can stress less and enjoy their baby more. Whether you plan to breastfeed 100%, supplement with formula, or do 100% formula, you will find this episode super helpful! For more from juna, visit juna.co or check out the Juna App for Pregnancy and Postpartum. If you liked this episode, please subscribe! Podcast Homepage: https://juna.co/pod
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