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Join us for Part 3 of our pregnancy and nutrition series with Jacke Lash Callaghan with Core Wellness and Physical Therapy. We'll be discussing what mom's body needs now that she has had the baby, whether breastfeeding or bottlefeeding. We'll also touch on how to navigate allergies, weight gain, and cravings. Listen only mode - no calls please.
For two decades Jane has worked with mamas, not only as a yoga teacher but also as a midwife, doula (labor assistant) and childbirth educator. Informed by years of experience working in the field of women’s health, she is uniquely suited to instruct yoga to women as they transition into motherhood.
Jane is the founder and director of Mama Tree, a Yoga Alliance registered school dedicated to training yoga teachers, birth professionals and other health professionals interested in teaching prenatal and postnatal yoga. As a certified yoga teacher and a registered yoga teacher trainer through Yoga Alliance, Jane’s teacher training program attracts students from all over the world interested in learning how to utilize the practice of yoga to support pre- and postnatal women physically, mentally and emotionally. She also teaches the Yoga in Pregnancy component of many yoga teacher training schools including Yoga Tree in San Francisco. By training teachers, it is her hope to make yoga assessable to any mama that wants to experience the benefits of this ancient and powerful tradition.
It is Jane’s mission to offer women a mindful, supportive and nourishing yoga practice that empowers them not only in pregnancy and childbirth but for all the years of motherhood that follow.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* Houston Voters Reject Lesbian Mayor's LGBT Agenda
* The Obama Administration Is Forcing High School Girls To Share Locker Rooms With Boys
* Kentucky Elects A New Christian Governor And Kim Davis Is Ecstatic
Tonight we will be discussing teen pregnancy. Is teen pregnancy necessary We are going to discuss why there is a decrease in pregnancy? Why do children find it difficult to communicate with their parents about sex and pregnancy? Is there a need for Planned Parenthood? Do you agree with Planned Parenthood selling the body parts of aborted babies? This is just alittle of what we are going to talk about so tune in tonight from 7pm to 9pm and call in at 347-308-8813 to join in the conversation.
As lesbian or two mom families, the cost of creating a family can be very costly. Then once kids come into the picture, a whole new set of financial considerations and costs arise, like maternity leave, diapers, schooling, college. All this on top of retirement planning. How do we handle all that? How much should we save? Are there investment options that work particularly well for us? What if we're not legally married, does that impact which options we choose?
Peggy Garvin of Garvin Financial Group LLC is on the show to share financial planning tips to help you best set yourselves up to navigate the financial part of creating and having a family.
Find out more about Peggy Garvin at http://www.garvinfinancial.com/. Garvin Financial Group, LLC, is an independent firm with securities offered through Summit Brokerage Services, Inc., member FINRA & SIPC with advisory services offered through Summit Financial Group, Inc., a registered investment advisor.
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On today's show we discuss Unexpected Pregnancy with Renee Culbertson of Esperanza Women’s Center. An unwanted pregnancy can bring up a lot of challenges and concerns for young women. Even if you’ve always wanted to be a mother, you didn’t expect to become pregnant right now, and it probably wasn’t part of your plans for the immediate future. You might be worried about how your life is going to change if you have a baby, and whether you can even afford to raise a child.
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Renee Culbertson Founder of Esperanza Women's Center
The second and third trimesters of pregnancy are an exciting time. Growing and feeling comfortable, getting larger and feeling exhausted. Join us as we talk with our own Jackie Lash Callaghan about nutrition for the middle and end of pregnancy. This is the second installment of our pregnancy/nutrition series. The third will be about nutrition post pregnancy. No calls please - listen only mode.
We would like to touch base on teenage pregnancy. Its becoming a normal situation but we wanna talk prevention method parents can do to help their children not become a statistic.
The question is at what age do you feel introducing birth control is okay? Would you put your daughter on birth control to avoid her becoming a teen mother? Why or why not?
Hey you guys! Its sexy sultry Saturday and tonight we're talking about teen pregnancy and how to make a difference in our community. A lot of politics will be discussed on tonight and we ask that you keep an open mind and that you call in and give your input! The number to call is 347-857-4391 Press 1 to be cued in! You dont want to miss out on this topic!
Welcome to Creating Great Health with your hostess, Ayoe Lai.
In this show, we'll talk about some of the not so often talked about aspects of staying healthy during pregnancy. We'll talk about eating right, getting the right amount and type of exercise and most importantly your mental and emotional health.
Thank you for tuning in, and be sure to tune in on Friday nights for more episodes of Creating Great Health.
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We've all heard the saying "You are what you eat". Consider your baby is made up of what you eat too! Your overall health going into conception is going to make a difference in the short and long term health of your child. Studies show that nutrition (or lack thereof) and toxic loads during fetal development can have an impact on many chronic diseases in child's adult life, including Type 2 diabetes (Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17052196). "Nutrition is perhaps the most influential non-genetic factor in fetal development" (Source: http://www.mednet.ca/en/report/impact-of-maternal-nutrition-on-fetal-developmen.html). What can you do to ensure that your body is ready to provide the best environment for your developing baby?
Nutrition is the foundation of general health and eating an optimal diet will prepare your body for the amazing task ahead of creating life. Nutrition can impact your fertility as well as your ability to carry a healthy baby to term. But what is the optimum diet for fertility and pregnancy?
Tammy Chang of The Nourished Belly is on the show to talk about what foods you may want to start eating now to support the creation of the healthiest baby possible.
* How fertility and overall health are related
* Weston A Price and a whole food approach to eating (just eat real food!)
* Excellent pre-conception foods and when to start your pre-conception diet
* Key nutrients important for health fetal development
* Good fats vs. Bad fats and why fat is important in your diet
* Good supplements for preconception and pregnancy
* Foods and toxins you should avoid during preconception and pregnancy
Find out more about Tammy Chang and her health coaching at http://thenourishedbelly.com/.
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