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049: How to be the Best Role Model w/ Nat Kringoudis
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- How to be the best female role model by leading by example
- How your younger self-experiences can influence how you feel as an adult
- Understanding our bodies to diminish the fear around pregnancy
- Ways to take care of your body and inspire the upcoming generation
- Why it is important to have these conversations with the women in your life
Dr. Nat Kriongoudis is here to open up the dialogue to a conversation that has been missing for a long time. A topic by women for women and about women, today's episode is all about empowering your fellow females for a better future for all. A Doctor of Chinese Medicine, podcast host and best selling author, Dr. Nat is a role model for inspiring and lasting wellness.
It is our responsibility as women to educate younger girls about their reproductive health so they can better understand their health and changing bodies. By helping girls and women feel empowered instead of trapped in their bodies, Dr. Nat is breaking the taboo around our hormones and changing the conversation for future generations.
Everything from fertility to changing libidos and your first period are on the docket. Dr. Nat is debunking the myths around your cycle, pregnancy, hormones, and so much more. A refreshing conversation around the education about the menstrual cycle, hormone imbalance, and how to fix the problems that may arise, it is time to improve the landscape of women's health and address the fixable issues.
Your health doesn't just happen, it is a choice. That’s why its time to step up to better yourself and pave the way for future women and girls. Are you ready to lead by example instead of preaching? Let us know your thoughts in the comments on the episode page!
“I feel like we reserve being a role model just for our children. So how can you be the best version of you and inspire others by how you act and behave? Not just for children but for our loved ones around us.” (12:40)
“If we can fix it before its broken, and we can nurture young women in their journey, that's really for me where the gem lies. Because that is setting someone else up for long-term health.” (15:56)
“I think that if we were taught about our menstrual cycles and how we can use them to our advantage and how in fact it's not bad, in fact, it's wonderful - if you work it all out you can totally play that to your advantage. I think it would be a very different conversation” (23:37)
“We need the information. We need to be educated, we need to be able to make the choices and we need it to be okay. And if it's not okay then we ask more questions, and we get the clarity that we need to make it okay.” (31:18)
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