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How to Use Nourishment to Balance Your Hormones and Restore Your Energy


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Leisha Drews is a mom of 3, RN, FDN-P and Holistic Hormone Coach and host of the Happily Hormonal Podcast. She brings a unique understanding of how our body systems work together and how stress on the body and mind impact overall health. She believes that as women we can have it ALL when it comes to health and motherhood, and helping women restore energy, balance hormones and feel good in their bodies again is her passion. Hormone balance doesn’t have to be overwhelming, and she is here to empower women to understand & trust their bodies again to create change for generations to come.

Leisha and I talked about what it’s like getting your cycle back post-baby and she shared why she has lovingly dubbed her cycle her “superpower”. She gave incredible insight as to where to start if you think you might be experiencing hormone imbalance and some practical, small things you can do to help your hormones. She also teaches us how to pair foods together in order for our metabolisms to be at an optimal state, i.e., lots of energy, great sleep, happy hormones…you get the gist. She even gave us a free meal planning guide!

What you eat directly impacts your metabolism, which, in turn, directly impacts your hormones. A fact I’ve only recently begun to learn after years of snacking on Goldfish crackers, picked-over lunch plates, and wayyyy too many cups of coffee. Gosh, why don’t they teach us this stuff in school? Let’s face it, as busy mamas, our health often gets the last of our attention as we find ourselves so in tune to everyone else’s needs around us and so seemingly out of tune with our own needs.

Which is why Leisha Drews is an absolute GOD SEND for you and I. Think of this podcast episode as listening in on a mini coaching session with Leisha and, if you find yourself silently wishing you could get in on an actual coaching session with Leisha because dang, this girl knows her stuff, I’ve got good news! Leisha gave us a special discount code exclusive to this community. You can use code JENNA20 for 20% off her signature course Nourish Your Hormones.

Nourish Your Hormones is the practical, step by step guide you’ve been needing to heal your hormones, restore your energy, and take care of yourself so you can take care of everything (and everyone) else in your world.

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  1. Holly says:

    Hi, I am really enjoying your podcast, especially the viewpoint of a stay at home mom. I myself alongside a friend started a podcast last year. Is there any advice or guidance you could give? Do you ever partner with podcast to help cross promote? Keep up the great work, look forward to continuing to listen.

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…and determined to give these good ol’ days everything I’ve got. As a mama in the thick of it with three kids under five, I’m no stranger to the struggle that motherhood often brings. Postpartum depression, anxiety, overwhelm, loneliness – they’re all a part of my story, but they’re not the whole story.

In a culture that wants to keep us focused on the hardest parts of motherhood, I’m here to help you flip the script and find the good, the joy, and the purpose in this season of raising babies.

counter-cultural motherhood, if you will.

mother, podcaster, writer, unapologetic homebody, jesus girl