The single most important thing you can do to protect your health right now during this international health crisis is to wash your hands. The next is to boost your immunity. In this episode of The Girlfriend Doctor, I’m talking about how you can improve your immune system starting today by following my tips.
Looking after our men’s health is just as important as our health, am I right, girlfriends? Men’s health specialist, Dr. Anthony Capasso, joins me to talk about the issues facing men’s health care, how we can support our guys, and what they can do to naturally boost their testosterone.
COVID-19, or Coronavirus, is the word on everyone’s mind right now. But how can you support yourself and your loved ones during this crisis? I’m joined byDr. Kellyann Petrucci to talk about how we can boost our immune systems and become better humanitarians right now.
Introducing: The Girlfriend Doctor. I am so excited to share my rebrand with you! I’ve been working with the incredible brand strategist Nancy Hala, CEO of BrandStory, to develop a brand that truly resonates with me.
There is so much information, and misinformation, out there about what the best way to eat is. We think that you need to figure out the diet and lifestyle that works best for YOU. Brad Kearns joins me to talk about following the Keto diet, fasting, micro-exercising.
While confidence is a natural state of being for a lot of people, it is something that you can learn even if it doesn’t come easily to you.Elle Russ, writer and author of Confidence as Fu*k, joins me to talk about what led her to pursue confidence as a career.
Your brain on birth control can have some pretty horrific side effects on your body. That’s why, when you’re considering going on the birth control pill, you need to research the current evidence out there, weigh up the pros and cons, and make an educated decision.Sarah E. Hill, author of This is Your Brain on Birth Control, joins me to talk about what actually happens to our bodies when we’re on the pill.
Our previous sexual experiences, even traumas, don’t have to define our approach to sexuality as we get older. As Oprah says, trauma is an explanation, not an excuse. Lisa Davis, the author of Clean Eating, Dirty Sex, joins me today to talk about releasing past traumas through clean eating and self-love.
Pelvic floor health can decline for women of all ages, whether they’ve had a pregnancy or not. Though severe issues are more common after giving birth, some degree of trouble happens as a woman grows older. Dr. Brianne Grogan is here to talk about the link between pelvic floor health and mental health and what we can do to prevent the decline.
Adopting an anti-inflammatory diet and reducing our screen time are some of the best ways to combat long-term degenerative health and brain diseases. I’m joined by Dr. David Perlmutter, my dear friend, neurologist, and co-author of Brain Wash, to talk about disconnection syndrome and our brain’s health.
Whether you’re terrified of conflict or you thrive on it, learning how to embrace conflict in the healthiest way possible is incredibly important for successful relationships. Today’s guests go so far as to say there’s a certain level of beauty that develops during conflict. CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke are here to talk about why we should all embrace the moments that bring conflict to our relationships.