What we’re talking about it this episode!
- Misty’s endometriosis diagnosis journey and why you should trust your body
- How to understand your lab work
- Discovering your root cause and how it can be connected to your symptoms
- The importance of educating yourself and having the right practitioner
- Information about an incredible free seminar to get your hormones on track
Do you have trouble advocating for your own health? Many women don’t have the time, energy or resources to stand up for their own health. Misty Williams, however, is on a mission to spread the knowledge she has gained through her own intense health journey to empower women to reclaim their health.
The host of a fabulous new free online event, The Fix for Female Hormones, Misty is inviting you to grab a seat to this upcoming event and learn how to be your own health advocate. Misty has an incredible story and preaches the ultimate importance of not being afraid to go to bat for your health. She found strength in the underground functional medicine community and looks at why the body is experiencing disease and how you can use information to reclaim your health.
There is no formula, your health takes time and you need to set yourself up with the knowledge you need to know what you are fighting against and advocate for yourself. By focusing on sleep, knowing what your markers are and understanding your lab work, you can work to protect your health. I’m sure a lot of us can relate to Misty’s journey in some way. How does Misty’s search for health connect to your story? Let us know in the comments below.
“I walked out of [the doctors] office feeling like my body had been hacked. Like I had come in with a dollar sign above my head, because I had this cyst.” (10:48)
“The big thing that I started picking up on with my doctors is, if I didn’t have something in my lab work for them to research further, something that was amiss or awry, then I wasn’t going to get any help from mainstream doctors.” (16:24)
“I know things now about health and managing my own health and lab work and protocols that I never dreamed in a million years that I would even care about, you know. But I had to figure out how to save myself.” (21:15)
“I want women to have access to the knowledge and information that I have been able to uncover, without all of the travailings. You know, without the years of spinning their wheels.” (34:26)
“We’ve got to come together as women and find ways of having our voices respected and heard and moving the needle and supporting each other. The hardest part of this is feeling like you are doing it alone. And you don’t have to do it alone, there is a sisterhood that will support you in reclaiming your life and we’re gonna do that together.” (42:58)