The Juna Women Podcast is a weekly discussion where Juna Founder, Sarah Kuhn, talks to Moms and experts to share their specific knowledge
This is Episode 105 – Gut Health During TTC, Pregnancy, and Postpartum with Ayla Barmmer
In this episode Sarah talks with Ayla Barmmer about digestive health while trying to conceive and during pregnancy and postpartum. They talk about things like constipation, probiotics, prenatal vitamins, the magic of ginger and nutrition for gut health, and a few key things you want to avoid.
Ayla is a Registered Dietitian and Mom of Two who created the company Full Well to share the evidence-based, effective, and high-quality prenatal supplement created for her clients available to the rest of the world.
For over 15 years, Ayla Barmmer, MS, RDN, LDN, has been advancing the health and empowerment of thousands of clients, patients, peers, and mentees, at the intersection of nutritional science, functional medicine, and evidence-based holistic solutions.
Ayla owns and operates Boston Functional Nutrition, an integrative and functional nutrition multi-clinician practice, that specializes in women’s health and infertility. She is also the founder of Full Circle Prenatal, a fertility wellness brand, widely endorsed by a diversity of health practitioners for its quality and education.
Ayla founded the Women’s Health Nutrition Practice Group in 2017 where she serves as a preceptor, mentor, and educator, and co-founded the Women’s Health Nutrition Academy in 2018, a leader in its field.
This episode is sponsored by LMNT
Healthy hydration isn’t just about drinking water. It’s about water PLUS electrolytes.
It makes sense. You lose both water and sodium when you sweat. Both need to be replaced to prevent muscle cramps, headaches, and energy dips.
But most people only replace the water. Why? Because since the 1940s, we’ve been told to drink 8 glasses of water per day, thirsty or not.
Drinking beyond thirst is a bad idea. It dilutes blood electrolyte levels (especially sodium), which leads to headaches, low energy, cramps, confusion, or worse.
This low sodium situation (called hyponatremia) is super common among endurance athletes. The solution isn’t to stop drinking water though. It’s to drink water plus electrolytes.
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