Sylvia Hall isn’t just a founder of a successful supplement brand and popular podcast – she’s an experienced Mama with wisdom, stories, and encouragement to share. The Lifted Naturals founder sat down with Expectful CEO, Nathalie Walton, to discuss life’s daily challenges as mothers and how quickly things can sometimes seem to spiral. Both women offer their own perspective, stories, encouragement, and tips on the subject, touching specifically on nutrition and sleep and how those elements can influence Mom-stress.
Bacteria & Stress: Another Mind/Body Connection That Needs Attention
Sylvia Hall calls out the scientific evidence that supports how your nutritional intake can directly affect your stress levels and how you cope. She also shares her anecdotal, real story about her own experience of depleting her body of a balanced microbiome (and thus, a clear mind) after her second child, which sparked her entrepreneurial venture of Lifted Naturals, a supplement company that has the primary focus of supporting your mood through nutrition—boosting your emotional health through your gut.
“Finding Time in the Cracks”
One of the major pieces of advice that Hall has for the listeners, especially those with an entrepreneurial spirit and little kiddos, is to find time in the cracks of life to do things that feel good. If that means working on a business plan or taking a bath, do whatever you need to promote a healthy headspace and progress your life in the direction you want—which, spoiler alert, doesn’t have to be linear. You don’t have to solely identify as Mom, and your don’t have to give up everything you were working on prior to children. In fact, just like Hall, you may be newly inspired after having kids with an even stronger passion for something new, inventive, and purposeful.
How to Listen to the Advice-Filled Interview with Sylvia Hall and Nathalie Walton
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Thanks to Sylvia Hall for sitting down with us and giving new moms and moms-to-be a push in the right direction, hope for what we could be, and a reminder that there’s a drive in all of us.