Using Nutrients to Overcome Postnatal Depletion with Stephanie Greunke

core connections nutrition Nov 10, 2020
postnatal depletion

Friend, have you ever thought about incorporating supplements into your daily routine?

Whether you have both hands in the air or giving me the eyebrow, my guest today, Stephanie Greunke, is about to bring her knowledge into this subject!

Aligned with Whole30 as a dietitian who specializes in prenatal/postnatal nutrition, behavioral psychology and holds multiple certifications in perinatal mental health and fitness, Stephanie works to help women not just survive but thrive throughout every stage of life.

She is using her voice and resources to empower women as a co-host of the “Doctor Mom” Podcast and speaking around the world.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What you can do before and during pregnancy to avoid depletion
  • Common nutrients that she finds are depleted in the female body
  • Words of wisdom to the pressures of being a mom

and so much more.

Ladies, I know you’re going to LOVE this conversation with Stephanie as much as I did because she believes in the power of nutrients and mindset to heal the body. Click play >>HERE<< to hear Stephanie's insights on how to overcome postnatal depletion.


Stephanie Greunke is Whole30’s in-house Dietitian and Education Manager. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband and two sons. Stephanie specializes in prenatal/postnatal nutrition, behavioral psychology, and holds additional certifications in perinatal mental health and fitness.  She’s also the co-host of the “Doctor Mom” Podcast and an internationally recognized speaker. Stephanie is committed to building a community of parents who encourage each other and share their own experiences so they know they’re not alone and have resources to feel empowered.

The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regimen or purchasing any product(s).

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