WLW 011: Dr. Libby on Women’s Wellness Wisdom
If you’re ready for more practical insights and inspiration from another one of my favorite holistic health gurus, then this episode with Dr. Libby Weaver is not to be missed.
Dr. Libby is one of Australasia’s leading nutritional biochemists. She is a speaker and prolific author – with nine number one bestselling books including Accidentally Overweight, Rushing Woman’s Syndrome and her latest book, Women’s Wellness Wisdom.
Dr. Libby has a beautiful, natural ability to break down even the most complex of concepts into layman’s terms and this shines through in our conversation. This episode is packed full of information and we talk about a number of different topics including; optimum wellness, how to feel energized, Libby’s 3 pillar approach to health, the impact of stress, rushing woman’s syndrome, the beliefs that underpin our behaviors and choices, and Dr. Libby’s top wellness recommendations to really thrive in your life.
Here are 3 key takeaways from my conversation with Dr. Libby:
- Why women need to stop putting up with less than optimal wellness and focus on energy as the new currency of health
- We need to see the body as a messenger that is constantly giving us feedback that we can use to make better choices and live an amazing life
- Why it’s essential to address the underlying beliefs and emotions if we really want to make sustainable improvements to our physical health
Make sure you stay tuned until the end of our conversation where we go through a day in the life of Dr. Libby and the rituals and practices she implements to nourish her body, mind and soul.
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