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Today was Part 2 with IBCLC, Naturopath and Midwife, Joelleen Winduss Paye to discuss what to expect and how to best prepare for those Golden Hours of Breastfeeding. We explore antenatal expressing, what to expect in those first few hours, is nipple pain normal and how to best nourish your body to support your breastfeeding journey.Learn more about Dr Renee White and Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulas:Want to be nurtured and nourished after the birth of your baby, have a peek at our doula offerings.If you want to gobble up of famous Chocolate + Goji lactation cookies, look no further. Oh and our Creamy Coconut dahl mix is to die for, just sayin'.Learn more about Joelleen Winduss Paye
Slip your Modi Bodi's on for this episode Mamas, because you are probably going to wet your pants with laughter. P.S. Not sponsored - just bloody love those undies!Today Dr Renee White chatted with B from Core and Floor Restore about vulvas, villages and everything in between. The conversation goes on some twists and turns about birth, continuity of care - sharing from each ones experience. Let it be known, this is only Part 1.More about B?Bernadette is a midwife with a Master in Public Health (MPH), personal trainer, published author and previous pant wetter + prolaposer.Bernadette Lack is a midwife, personal trainer, wife, mother and published author. Since 2007 she has worked as a midwife across Australia and overseas. B has worked in a variety of settings from remote Aboriginal communities to large city hospitals and homebirth.She holds a Bachelor of Midwifery with honours and a Master of Public Health. B received the Sidney Sax medal for best overall performance in her masters. Learn more about Dr Renee White and Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulas:Want to be nurtured and nourished after the birth of your baby, have a peek at our doula offerings.If you want to gobble up of famous Chocolate + Goji lactation cookies, look no further. Oh and our Creamy Coconut dahl mix is to die for, just sayin'.
Are you ready for a life-changing podcast? Dr Renee White sat down with Dr Nicole Gale, specialist GP and Lactation Consultant who practices Breastfeeding Medicine and Perinatal care for mothers and babies. Dr Gale discusses why mothers are reverting to more traditional models of care for their babies, the evolutionary mechanisms at play with the newborn breast crawl and explores the physical, mental and emotional symmetry of the mother:baby dyad. Learn more about Dr Renee White and Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulas:Want to be nurtured and nourished after the birth of your baby, have a peek at our doula offerings.If you want to gobble up of famous Chocolate + Goji lactation cookies, look no further. Oh and our Creamy Coconut dahl mix is to die for, just sayin'.Learn more about Dr Nicole GaleDr Nicole Gale is focused in providing holistic and individualised care to families in a comprehensive model, where she is able to care for both babies AND mothers with continuity of care and support - especially helpful in complex situations, conflicting opinions and families with multiple practitioners involved. She practices in Surrey Hills and Fitzroy, Melbourne.
Dr Jessica Stokes-Parish is a practicing intensive care nurse and educator, who holds a PhD in Medicine from the University of Newcastle. In addition to 10+ years of bedside nursing, her areas of work include exploring educational design for healthcare professionals, quality improvement science for better patient outcomes and advocating for diversity in the health workforce. Jess has made it her life's passion and purpose teaching others how do I navigate through health and science information. She's even come up with some fantastic tools I love providing you with tools to determine credibility in science. In this episode, Dr Renee White chats with Dr Jess about  tools to determine credibility in science, including Jess' very own CRABS framework and how to tackle difficult discussions with loved ones and science!Want to know more? Dr Jessica Stokes-ParishJess on InstagramLearn more about Dr Renee White and Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulas:Want to be nurtured and nourished after the birth of your baby, have a peek at our doula offerings.If you want to gobble up of famous Chocolate + Goji lactation cookies, look no further. Oh and our Creamy Coconut dahl mix is to die for, just sayin'.
Today Dr Renee White chats with Professor Alison McMillan, Australia's Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer regarding Influenza and the importance of vaccinations. We deep dive into the safety and efficacy for patient groups like pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as small children.  Professor (Practice) Alison McMillan PSM was appointed as the Department of Health's Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer in November 2019.Alison is a registered nurse with a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Business Administration.In June 2021 Alison was awarded a Public Service Medal for outstanding public service to driving the Government’s national health response priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly to infection prevention measures.As Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Alison delivers high-level policy advice to the Minister for Health, and the Executive and staff within the Department of Health. She represents the Department of Health at national and international levels.Alison has been a team leader in a number of Australian Medical Assistance Team (AUSMAT) deployments including the repatriation of Australians from the Diamond Princess Cruise ship in Japan (2020), Fiji following cyclone Winston (2016), Vanuatu following cyclone Pam (2015) and Banda Aceh, Indonesia (2005) following the Indian Ocean Tsunami.Learn more about Dr Renee White and Fill Your Cup Postpartum doulasPurchase FYC Choc + Goji Lactation Cookie Mix and other FYC products
Aimee O'Shea resides in Southern Tasmania and is the lead nutritionist at Little Beans Nutrition. When she's not helping mamas and papas with their own little ones nutrition and healthy eating habits she rides ambulances as a paramedic. Aimee started her journey to become a Nutritionist prior to falling pregnant with her son, however it was becoming a Mum that sparked her passion for all things childhood nutrition.In today's episode, Dr Renee White discusses with Aimee how to navigate starting solids, picky (selective) eating and weaning your babe. Want to know more?Little Bean NutritionIG: @LittleBean.NutritionFill Your Cup Postpartum DoulasInstagram: @FillYourCup_
Today Dr Renee White sat down with Monash University's Dr Briony to discuss  her research on maternal wellbeing - in particular, encouraging healthy weight, obesity prevention, and healthy lifestyle behaviours before (preconception), during (antenatal) and after pregnancy (postpartum). Briony also has a strong interest in health behaviour change and psychosocial wellbeing (including depressive, anxiety and stress symptoms, body image, and coping skills) and understanding the mechanisms that lead to the attainment of healthy lifestyles and weight for women during their reproductive years. She also applies an Ecological Systems Theory lens to her research to recognise the broader impacts on weight management and lifestyle health that extend through the community, society and government. As part of this work, Briony is one of only a small handful of researchers globally, pursuing research to understand how we can minimise weight stigma at all levels to reduce the burden and blame on women across the reproductive life phase; she is the first researcher globally to begin exploring this topic in preconception women. Want to know more about Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulas?www.ifillyourcup.comInstagram: @FillYourCup_
Renee Jennings, Registered Dietician and co-owner of Nurture the Seed, joins Dr Renee White on the podcast to discuss Gestational Diabetes. What is it? Why does it happen? and What can we do about it? They go into in-depth detail around the mechanisms at play and touch on an alternative and possibly less invasive way of testing for GD in very early stages of pregnancy. Renee is also a mother of two, Norah and Freddie. After completing her Masters of Dietetics in 2011 she has worked in various hospitals across NSW and WA. Links:Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulaswww.ifillyourcup.comInstagram: @FillYourCup_FYC Lactation Cookie WaitlistChoc + Goji Lactation Cookie: Email us and put 'Cookie Waitlist' in the messageRenee JenningsNurture the Seedhttps://www.nurturetheseed.com.au/Buy Nurture the Seed Book
Today is part two of my conversation with Dr Pamela Douglas the founder of the non-profit Possums for Mothers and Babies and authour of the internationally renowned book.,The Little Discontented Baby Book in which she beautifully illustrates through evidenced based research how and why it is normal for babies to cry/fuss in the first 16 weeks of life.We took a deep dive into the research around infant sleep and debunked some myths around what is 'normal' when it comes to babies and sleep routines. Pam and I also discussed how babies can genuinely get bored like you and me - and the importance of sensory play.Finally we wrapped with some big picture questions around why mothers continue to receive conflicting advice around infant development, feeding and sleep, and what Pam envisions for a more positive future. Pam has worked as an Australian general practitioner since 1987, with particular interests in sexual health, women’s health, and mental health. She is an Associate Professor (adjunct) with the Centre for Maternity Newborn and Families Research Centre MHIQ, Griffith University, a Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of General Practice at The University of Queensland.  Over the past 15 years Pam has, with various teams, developed and published the pioneering evidence-base for Neuroprotective Developmental Care, or 'the Possums programs'. Her PhD employs both narrative and analytic approaches to examine women’s experiences of pregnancy, birth, and the early years of parenting.Pam is blessed with six adult children and stepchildren, and many very precious grandchildren.Learn more about Dr Renee White and Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulas:Want to be nurtured and nourished after the birth of your baby, have a peek at our doula offerings.If you want to gobble up of famous Chocolate + Goji lactation cookies, look no further. Oh and our Creamy Coconut dahl mix is to die for, just sayin'.Find out more about Dr Pamela Douglas:https://www.pameladouglas.com.au/https://possumsonline.com/https://milkandmoonbabies.com/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35441543/
Today I sat down with IBCLC, Naturopath and Midwife, Joelleen Winduss Paye to discuss wow Doulas can set mamas up for breastfeeding success? This is definitely one of the most talked about topics with our in-home clients, supporting them on their breastfeeding journey.We also explore a Naturopathic perspective on nutrition for building and maintaining a rich milk supply, How to support your hormones and energy postpartum, Realistic self care and mindfulness for new mums and Relaxed and ergonomic breastfeeding positions to reduce tension. Hope you enjoy the episode!Find out more about Fill Your Cup: World's First Biochemist Led Doula Villagewww.ifillyourcup.comInstagram @FillYourCup_Joelleen Winduss Paye - www.jwp.care
Hannah is a mum of two and certified Sleep Specialist living in lutruwita/Tasmania. She started Kin Postpartum because after a challenging first run in motherhood. Her first-born spent the first twelve months of his life pretty much waking hourly. Yes, hourly. Nearly. Every. Single. Night.Looking down the barrel of returning to work and feeling like she was at breaking point, she booked a consult with a sleep consultant who she knew was an advocate for sleep training but who had beautiful words like ‘gentle’, ‘soothing’, and ‘respectful of co-sleeping’ on her website and socials.  Turns out spaced soothing is controlled crying, and it was not gentle or responsive.  It was just distressing.  She knew that there was a reason why he wasn’t sleeping. Leaving him to sit with his distress and limiting how & when she could respond went against every instinct she had as a mother, and it went against everything she knew wanted to be as a mother - an intentional, responsive parent who treated her beautiful baby as the wonderfully unique little human that he is.So, she threw ‘conventional wisdom’ out the window and went to work on the research. She trained as a Baby Led Sleep & Wellbeing Specialist with Isla Grace, and has made it her mission to empower parents to trust their instincts and parent like the (responsive) boss that they are.Learn more about Dr Renee White and Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulas:Want to be nurtured and nourished after the birth of your baby, have a peek at our doula offerings.If you want to gobble up of famous Chocolate + Goji lactation cookies, look no further. Oh and our Creamy Coconut dahl mix is to die for, just sayin'.Hannah Clark: @kin.postpartumw: kinpostpartumservices.com
Dr Hilary Claire is a clinical psychologist specializing in nutritional and environmental medicine based in mid-north coast NSW. She helps modern day mamas move out of exhaustion and overwhelm so they can build healthier, happier and calmer families, as well as reconnect with their true selves. Today we discuss  why mothers need to prioritise their wellness  and how they can do this alongside taking care of their little ones’ health.
Dr Greer Kirshenbaum is a neuroscientist, doula and infant sleep specialist. On Today's episode we discuss the neurology / physiological changes in the first 4 months of a child life; How can we best support our children and what common myths or societal norms are perhaps dampening this support? And of course,  the process of matrescence and the physiological changes to a mother's brain.Learn more about Dr Renee White and Fill Your Cup Postpartum Doulas:Want to be nurtured and nourished after the birth of your baby, have a peek at our doula offerings.If you want to gobble up of famous Chocolate + Goji lactation cookies, look no further. Oh and our Creamy Coconut dahl mix is to die for, just sayin'.
Kath Baquie from Fitnest Mama discusses the physiological changes are women's body goes undergoes through each trimester of pregnancy, when a mother should engage a pelvic floor physio and what movement mamas can be doing to accelerate postpartum recovery.Find out more about Fill Your Cup: World's First Biochemist Led Doula Villagewww.ifillyourcup.comInstagram @FillYourCup_
Today Dr Natasha Vavrek, GP and Director of The Bubble Launceston talks about women can do at each stage of conception, pregnancy and postpartum if they contract COVID. We also discuss COVID-19 vaccinations and effects on your menstrual cycle, breastfeeding while having COVID and preventative measures.Find out more about Fill Your Cup: World's First Biochemist Led Doula Villagewww.ifillyourcup.comInstagram @FillYourCup_
Today Dr. Steph and I talk about How and What to Eat during Pregnancy to make sure mamas set them up for a positive postpartum. How to pair foods to get more bang for your buck and maximising the nutrition content. Dr. Stephanie Pirotta is a registered dietitian, nutritionist and research academic specialising in evidence-based nutrition for improved fertility, PCOS and endometriosis.Find out more about Fill Your Cup: World's First Biochemist Led Doula Villagewww.ifillyourcup.comInstagram @FillYourCup_
Dr Renee White and Dr Micka Bertucci are the postpartum doulas and co-Directors of 'Fill Your Cup' Doula Village in Melbourne and Hobart. On today's episode they will walk you through the importance, value and how to create your own Village. Whether it be before you've had you baby or you've just moved to a new state! Renee and Micka give insights, tips and practical approaches to building your village right now, because we weren't meant to do it alone mamas!Find out more about Fill Your Cup: World's First Biochemist Led Doula Villagewww.ifillyourcup.comInstagram @FillYourCup_
Dr Natasha Vavrek was born and raised in Launceston and is the clinical director at The Bubble and a consulting GP at The Bubble and Windmill Hill Medical.Today we spoke about women's health, fertility, pregnancy, postpartum and beyond. Natasha spoke candidly about supporting mothers through contraception, conception and birth trauma. I especially love Natasha's practice because she integrates her general practice with a POSSUMS accreditation in Neuroprotective developmental  Care and collaborates with other likeminded health care professionals like social workers and pelvic floor therapists, providing holistic care to Tasmanian mothers. .  Along with her Bachelor of Medical Science and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (Honours) she was also awarded the RACGP Tasmanian Examination medal in 2013.Natasha is a mother of two young girls, a fierce feminist and current President of Soroptimist International Launceston.Find out more about Fill Your Cup: World's First Biochemist Led Doula Villagewww.ifillyourcup.comInstagram @FillYourCup_
On today's show Dr Nikki Mills and I explore the world of tongue ties. One of the most hotly debated topics in the newborn babies arena, Dr Mills is an ENT and specialist in the area having recently published several seminal papers discovering the true anatomical structure of the frenulum.Nikki discusses the complexity of the tongue tie and why we have seen an increased rate of over 400% of frenotomies occur here in Australia alone. Dr Nikki Mills is a Paediatric ENT Consultant, who worked at Starship Children’s Hospital (New Zealand’s national children’s hospital) for 11 years, specialising in paediatric airway and swallowing disorders. She is now working in Nelson in the South Island of N. Nikki has a particular clinical interest in supporting mothers and infants having difficulty breastfeeding and is an IBCLC. Nikki recently completed a PhD on “The Functional Anatomy of Sucking and Swallowing in Breastfeeding Infants” that included research on ankyloglossia and she has numerous publications relation to this topic. Find out more about Fill Your Cup: World's First Biochemist Led Doula Villagewww.ifillyourcup.comInstagram @FillYourCup_
Dr Susic, is a clinical research fellow in the field of obstetrics and a PhD candidate at the Microbiome Research Centre (UNSW). She also has a daughter Abigail who is 3 years old and has sever allergies, eczema, and Asthma.Dani has undertaken speciality training through the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). Under the supervision of Dr Amanda Henry and Prof Emad El-Omar, she is working on the Microbiome Understanding in Maternity Study (MUMS) trying to establish if there are causal links or associations between the action and composition of microbiome during pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes.Dani will study each woman and her baby for a year following birth. She is an enthusiastic team member and very passionate about the potential impact that this important scientific research will have on the clinical practice of obstetrics. MUMS will help inform the MothersBabies study, particularly in relation to the collection of samples from pre-pregnant, pregnant and post pregnant women and their babies.Find out more about Fill Your Cup: World's First Biochemist Led Doula Villagewww.ifillyourcup.comInstagram @FillYourCup_
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