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Meet Episode 40’s Guest, Dr. Lara Briden
Last October, I was lucky enough to meet Dr. Lara Briden at the Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand’s first-ever Symposium, and her talk, “Modern Obstacles to Hormonal Vitality,” blew me away.
Right away, I knew I wanted to have Dr. Briden on the podcast because she’s so passionate about the topic of women’s health – namely, the subject of hormones – and how to work with our bodies instead of against them.
Dr. Briden pulls no punches and is quite an outspoken advocate about periods and why women need them. Please share this among your female friends and those women in your life that you care about.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:
- How she became interested in reproductive health & naturopathy
- What she means by hormonal resilience
- What’s normal about periods and what’s not
- What are some of the current obstacles to hormonal vitality and why it matters
- Drawbacks to hormonal birth control & concerns for coming off hormonal birth control
- An overview about PCOS, the underlying causes, and general interventions
- Why low carb diets could be problematic for women in terms of hormonal health
Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
- Dr. Briden’s website
- Her Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
- Dr. Briden’s book, Period Repair Manual
- Dr. Briden’s talk at AHS NZ 2015: “Modern Obstacles to Hormonal Vitality: Navigating a Way Back”
- Her article, Reverse Insulin Resistance in 4 Easy Steps
- Watch this episode of Harder to Kill Radio on YouTube:
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