Dr. Ellen Albertson – 7 Ways to Rock Your Midlife

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Midlife can be the best life and Dr. Ellen Albertson is going to teach you how to make midlife rock. Important points from her book.

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About Dr. Ellen:

Dr. Ellen is a psychologist, registered dietitian, board-certified health and wellness coach, podcaster, Reiki Master, and self-compassion teacher. Known as The Midlife Whisperer™, she helps women get unstuck and find the energy, confidence, and clarity to make their next chapter their best chapter.

A bestselling author, inspirational speaker, and expert on women’s wellbeing, Dr. Ellen serves on the Medical Advisory Committee for the National Menopause Foundation and is an Ambassador for Vividly. She has appeared on Extra, the Food Network and NBC World News and has been quoted in Psychology Today, Forbes, Eating Well and USA Today. She has written five books and articles for SELF, Better Homes & Gardens and Good Housekeeping. Her latest book is, Rock Your Midlife: 7 Steps to Transform Yourself and Make Your Next Chapter Your Best Chapter!

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2 thoughts on “Dr. Ellen Albertson – 7 Ways to Rock Your Midlife”

  1. Hi thank you so much for the session. I am just starting perimenopause and I’m having hot flashes and gaining a little weight. I also feel like I am more brain foggier than usual. I’m wondering what I can naturally do to balance my hormones. I started drinking soy milk because I heard that it has natural estrogen. What are your thoughts on that And what symptoms might it help? Also are there other natural remedies to the other hormones that are unbalanced? I’m at high risk for breast cancer so for me until there’s more research HRT is out of the question

    1. Hi Helena,
      You are very welcome. I do think soy can help, although soy milk isn’t as high in phytoestrogen as foods like tofu, edame, and soy protein powder so I would add those as well. Other foods high in phytoestrogens include flax seed, sesame seeds and dried fruit. (Here’s a good article https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/foods-with-estrogen#TOC_TITLE_HDR_5) In general you want to eat a whole foods plant based diet to help keep inflammation low, help you maintain a health weight, and also help maintain blood sugar levels which can help with the brain fog too. Supplementing with magnesium (discuss supplementation with your doctor) can also help as can exercise (cardio and strength training) and making sure to get 7-8 hours of quality sleep and adequate protein. Hope that helps.

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