The Well Women Healthy Lifestyle Podcast is a weekly show produced by Well Women Network and hosted by a Certified Nurse Practitioner , Michele Broad.
Episode 66: Should You See Your Medical Provider If You Are Healthy?
Date: July 31, 2019
If I had a dollar for every time I get asked this question: If I’m healthy, Michele, why do I need to go see a medical provider? I’d be a millionaire by now or at least close to it.
For me, as a medical provider, that’s a loaded question and one that I painstakingly always take the time to answer with joy.
Episode 65: The Mind Body Connection
Date: July 24, 2019
So many people think that their physical health is separate from their mental and spiritual health. We do this in medicine as well. We compartmentalize everything and then we wonder why we never move forward. Our health ladies encompasses all parts of us- the spiritual, the mental-mindset and they physical and all 3 impact our overall health in so many ways.
Episode 64: The Real Fact About Sugar
Date: July 11, 2019
Some say that aging is a disease and some say that aging is a normal process that none of us can prevent, but which we can slow down.
So, how can we slow it down you might be asking and that is what today’s show is all about.
Episode 63: The Real Fact About Sugar
Date: July 03, 2019
Many of us have read health articles about the dangers of too much sugar. Certainly, those who want to lose weight have heard their medical provider say,”….And cut out sugar.” But why? Why is sugar so bad for us and our waistlines? Well that is what today’s episode is all about.
Episode 62: Resetting Your Thyroid- Hypothyroidism/Subclinical Hypothyroidism
Date: June 27, 2019
The treatment for thyroid issue’s has sky rocketed over the past several years, especially with the emergence of the new term “subclinical hypothyroidism”. The poor thyroid gets blamed for everything and in today’s episode I come to its rescue.
Since the symptoms of an under-active thyroid mimic so many other things are we both the medical field and patients themselves jumping to medication too fast?