Interview with Holistic Womanhood




As a mother, I’ve realized that I never make self care and my health a top priority. The truth is, we have to take care of ourselves mentally and physically in order to properly take care of others and set a good example. Holistic Womanhood offers valuable services on ways to take control of your health with a holistic approach. Her education and advice has empowered me to take my health back into my own hands. I am overjoyed that I had the opportunity to interview the founder of this amazing company.

Tell me about yourself. 

I am a certified women health counselor and a fertility counselor.I also have a certification for childbirth education.

Which topic do you find that you are most passionate about?
 At the moment hormonal imbalance is really interesting to me because so many women (and men) deal with it even without realizing. Many illnesses are linked to hormonal imbalance.
What are some tips that you would offer for those wanting a healthy lifestyle change but don’t know where to start?
We are all different so find what works for you. For example, someone can thrive on being a vegan/meat eater/vegetarian etc… but that doesn’t mean it will suit you. Keep it simple and wholesome. When shopping avoid the middle isle, that’s where the processed food is. Try to consume only fresh wholesome foods like our grandparents did. If you are Muslim, follow the prophetic diet, it was relevant then and it’s more relevant today. Limit your sugar and salt intake. Avoid processed and refined food, sleep, try to limit stress and drink lots water.
What  books do you recommend? 
Taking Charge of Your Fertility by Toni Weschler. Vitamin Cure for Children’s Health Problem by Andrew Saul and Nourishing Traditions by Sally Falon
What are the most important tips that you have for moms wanting to start their own business?

 Invest in a planner, know that the stress you will feel is temporary, you will feel guilty for “neglecting” the children sometimes but it will also be temporary look at the big picture. Time management and mindset are everything. Try to avoid procrastination by getting up early and doing the important tasks in the morning, leaving them for the evening might set you up for failure because by the end of the day you are burnout and you can’t focus. Try to have your husband or another adult if you can, take care of the kids by putting them to bed at night while you work on your project. Don’t forget you are human, put your health and sanity first, if you have to take a break (no matter how long, a few hours of months) do so but continue to write down your ideas. Be selective who you share your ideas with.

Please check out her website for more information on her services.

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