What women need to know to stay sane during perimenopause

Episode 5...Even if it feels like it in your body, you're not crazy! You're just swimming in a hormonal soup called mid-life.


In fact, you're a perfectly normal middle-aged gal doing your damnedest to keep up with life - kids, work, partner or spouse, aging parents, a pandemic, body changes...you know all the things life is throwing at you.



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Jenn Salib Huber ND RDN helps mild-life gals thrive

Today on the Savor Food and Body Podcast, I'm talking with Jenn Salib Huber, a Canadian Naturopathic Doctor, and Registered Dietitian, who's on a mission to help women thrive in midlife.


In practice for more than 16 years, Jenn helps women navigate the physical and emotional changes that happen in perimenopause and menopause, including their search for food freedom and body confidence.


Working from a Health At Every Size® approach, she teaches women to become intuitive eaters and build body confidence in their 30's 40's and 50's. Well-versed in the integrative treatment options available to women in mid-life, Jenn helps women come up with a treatment strategy that meets their unique needs for better menopause.


Jenn strongly believes that women need to come together to normalize this experience and offers online programs to help women feel their best. Her online program The Thinking Woman's Guide to Peri/Menopause is open to women in any stage of perimenopause and menopause who are looking to regain confidence in their bodies and themselves.


Join us as we dive into topics such as...


  • How do you know when you're in perimenopause? Is there a test for it?


  • Jenn's go-to suggestions for managing symptoms such as hot flashes, mood swings, meno-rage, and weight changes.


  • The benefits of including phytoestrogen-rich foods in your daily eating routine


  • Why diet culture preys on women in middle-age


  • How other hormone-related conditions such as endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome are affected by perimenopause and vice versa


  • And of-course where you can find more resources that you can use to support your own perimenopause and menopause journey where ever you are right now.


Jenn offers many helpful tips and resources to support you as you swim through the hormonal soup of midlife. Grab your journal for aha notes, your favorite beverage, and join us below!



Disclaimer: The information shared in this video is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or mental health advice from your own care team


You can learn more about Jenn's work by following her on Instagram @menopause.nutritionist and via her website


After you've listened to the episode, Jenn and I would love to hear from you!


What's been your experience with perimenopause or menopause? Did you ever feel left in the dark about what was happening with your body? Join the conversation over in the private Savor Food & Body Private Facebook Group. Click here to subscribe.