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    Ep. 9 Decoding Women’s Health with Dr. Shavon

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    Today, I’m chatting with Dr. Shavon Jackson-Michel, a licensed naturopathic doctor, who brings more than a decade of influence as a natural health authority.

    Dr. Shavon delivers personalized wellness care to women struggling with hormonal and metabolic concerns and couples looking for integrative/natural fertility options. She also focuses on ‘sustainable self-care and working on the development of online courses that teach wellness fundamentals that help people take greater initiative in their healthcare journey.

    In this episode, we talk about Women’s Health in its interactive and holistic sense; how lifestyle affects your body and determines how healthy and dis-ease free you are.
    Topics discussed include the effect of diet, stress, and hormones, and how this relates to fertility and premature delivery in African American women. 
    Dr. Shavon also shares tips on minimal actions for general health and well-being.

    Episode Highlights with Dr. Shavon

    • Hormone Health
    • Fibroids
    • Premature Delivery
    • Xenoestrogens


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