Episode 47 of the SheSpeaks: How She Does It Podcast features guest, Dr. Jen Gunter, author, OB/GYN, speaker and advocate for women's health. Dr. Gunter's new book, The Menopause Manifesto became a quick New York Times Bestseller, like her previous book, The Vagina Bible.
In this episode, we touch on how Dr. Gunter became a health advocate for women and how & why Menopause became a stigmatized topic. You'll learn more about how her latest book is meant to start a conversation about menopause and educate women to take control of their health with knowledge and facts. This book and conversation is for women of all ages who want to own their health, so listen in and enter for the chance to win!
If you like what you hear, consider following the podcast or leaving a review. We can't wait to hear what you think!
* One lucky participant will be chosen at random to win a Fitness Starter Pack ($39.99 value), one copy of The Vagina Bible & one copy of The Menopause Manifesto. This giveaway is open through July 8th to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.
To be honest, I believe that it is better to take care of health from a young age. Basically, it is very important to have good health in order to live a long and happy life. You can see this when you read more material on this topic (go to these guys to do it). I am sure you will share my position.
I hope I get this book, I need it so bad.
Well seems like it would be a good book, but I really don't need it now.
What a great book to win! I would love to share this book with my girlfriends.
Would love to win
I hope I win!
I could have used this 25 years ago!
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Omg listening to Dr. Gunter I have sooo many thoughts! First as a twin mom I felt so much from hearing your experience. I'm so sorry for your loss and finding your peace with your remaining children. My fellas were preemies and we thrived from nicu.
Next as an almost 42 yo who is working on weight and strength I was happy to hear I'm doing something right!
and final as a health teacher and science nerd it still makes me mad and sad that women's health are swept under the rug. I learned on the surgical table that good chance I have endometriosis but I don't complain enough. Really? That would have explained the scarring that caused infertility and so many issues but nobody even mentioned because I don't complain come on now!