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If you or someone you know suffers from a metabolic disorder like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, or PCOS, then you are going to get a lot out of this episode. Our guest this week, Daphne Olivier, is a food passionista, farm girl wanna-be, and registered, yet unconventional dietitian. She is the founder of The Unconventional Dietitian, her private nutrition practice where she works with people to upgrade to a real food diet.

She works with people with varying degrees of metabolic disorders including insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and gastrointestinal disorders such as IBS and gastroparesis and all the challenges that go along with them. In her practice she is devoted to providing education, empowerment, and strategies needed to facilitate change to nourish the body and support a healthy lifestyle.

What’s discussed in this episode:
  • What metabolic disorders are
  • The difference between glucose and insulin and the factors that impact their levels
  • Foods to pair with one another
  • Intermittent fasting and who may or may not benefit from it
  • Redefining what convenience foods look like
  • Healthy food swaps
  • How to lower testosterone if you have PCOS
  • What normal ranges for blood glucose levels look like on labs

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If you or someone you know suffers from a metabolic disorder like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, or PCOS, then you are going to get a lot out of this episode. Our guest this week, Daphne Olivier, is a food passionista, farm girl wanna-be, and registered, yet unconventional dietitian. She is the founder of The Unconventional Dietitian, her private nutrition practice where she works with people to upgrade to a real food diet. She works with people with varying degrees of metabolic disorders including insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and gastrointestinal disorders such as IBS and gastroparesis and all the challenges that go along with them. In her practice she is devoted to providing education, empowerment, and strategies needed to facilitate change to nourish the body and support a healthy lifestyle. What’s discussed in this episode: What metabolic disorders are The difference between glucose and insulin and the factors that impact their levels Foods to pair with one another Intermittent fasting and who may or may not benefit from it Redefining what convenience foods look like Healthy food swaps How to lower testosterone if you have PCOS What normal ranges for blood glucose levels look like on labs Social Media Links: Website: The Unconventional Dietitian Instagram: @theunconventionaldietitian Our Social Media Links: Instagram: @connectingthedots.podcast , @kathlyncarneywellness , @melissachammas TikTok: @connectingthedotspodcast , @kathlyncarneywellness , @the_lazy_yogi YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@connectingthedots.podcast Resource Guide Coming Soon :) Our Partners: Kathlyn Carney Wellness Services Why Not Natural Affiliate Link Organic Olivia Affiliate Link (use code CONNECTINGTHEDOTS at checkout for 5% off until 7/31) JOI (Just One Ingredient) - Delicious, Clean Label Plant Milk Bases use code KATHLYNCARNEYWELLNESS at checkout for 10% off ENERGYbits® | Spirulina and Chlorella Algae use code CTD at checkout for 20% off Live PACHA Affiliate Link use code CONNECTINGTHEDOTS at checkout for 20% off *Before purchasing any supplements from our partners, please consult with your physician or nutritionist Click here to learn more - About the Show leer más leer menos

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