Join host and fashion and beauty veteran Lauren Dimet Waters as she discovers ALL the secrets to growing younger when it comes to beauty, fashion, wellness and longevity. Beauty is a Bitch! will unearth what’s new, what works and what you should not waste your money on to help middle age women keep fighting the fight. Together we can grow older better.. and get through this journey with a little humor and a lot of attitude! #growingyounger Read more on Lauren’s blog FountainOf30.com
S6 E10 How Your Nutrition Affects Your Skin With Dr. Ariel Ostad
There was a time when doctors only treated problems. Now many are seeing the benefits of being proactive on the forefront as preventative measures. Lifestyle changes, even small ones, can help keep your skin healthy. This includes not only what we consume but how we think, sleep and do physical activity. Why not take control of the aspects of aging that are in our control?
Guest Dr. Ariel Ostad is a trusted and leading board-certified dermatologist, facial cosmetic surgeon and dermatologic surgeon. He is known for his "less is more" philosophy and personalized service at his practice in New York City. Even though they don't train dermatologists nutrition and lifestyle changes in medical school, Dr. Ostad is a firm believer that they play a significant role on how we age.
Join Lauren and Dr. Ostad as they examine: how our food intake and nutrition affects our skin; what particular foods are the worst for our skin; how and what we should be eating to help our skin thrive; how negative emotions and chronic stress can take a toll on our skin; which non-evasive skincare treatments are beneficial for women in midlife and the differences between them; his new neck refining treatment and why it is so important for women to take care of their necks; and so much more!
Neck Refining Treatment: drarielostad.com/product/neck-refining-cream
S6 E9 Getting To The Heart Of Women’s Heart Matters With Dr. Elizabeth Klodas
After a bit of a much needed summer break...we are back! And what better way to dive back into women's health issues than talking about women's heart health in midlife? The truth is, heart issues can present themselves differently for women than they do in men so it's important to know and recognize the signs and of course take preventative measures wherever we can.
Guest Dr. Elizabeth Klodas is a board-certified Cardiologist, author, speaker and founder of the Preventative Cardiology Clinic near Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is also the founder and Chief Medical Officer for Step One Foods which are a line of food products (like snack bars) clinically formulated to block cholesterol absorption and reabsorption in the digestive system thereby improving cardiovascular health. She believes nutrition is the root cause of the problem of high cholesterol so she created a food as medicine alternative to our "pill for every ill" culture.
Join Lauren and Dr. Klodas as they have an in-depth discussion about: knowing where to begin when it comes to your heart health; what you can do to improve your heart health naturally (without pills); when we should really start taking our heart health seriously; how to improve our diet to help our heart; the motivation behind developing Step One Foods to help heart health and how the products work, how Step One Foods can be used for preventative measures and so much more!
Website: Step One Foods
S6 E8 Wen Your Hair Changes In Midlife With Chaz Dean
There you are going through life with gorgeous, healthy, thick hair when one day (probably in midlife) you notice it has changed. Many women in midlife experience hair thinning and receding hairlines, yet we really only hear about these issues for men. If you are experiencing hair loss/thinning you are far from alone. But what can you do about it?
Guest Chaz Dean, Celebrity Hairstylist, has been cutting and coloring hair his entire adult life and has revolutionized how people care for their hair. He created WEN Hair & Body (his line of hair care and beauty products) based on the belief that you can get better quality hair by replacing the harsh chemicals and detergents in most other products with natural botanical ingredients to nourish and attain healthy hair and scalp. Chaz expanded his vision internationally through QVC and Guthy-Renker.
Join Lauren and Chaz as they talk all about: the #1 complaint he hears from midlife clients, tips for thinning hair, recommendations for women with long hair and short hair to make it look fuller, what products and tools to avoid if your hair is thinner, his philosophy to his holistic approach to haircare, products Chaz recommends for thinning hair and so much more. He even has a special offer for the month of July!
S6 E7 How Inflammation Affects Aging With David Watumull & Allison Rosenwinkel
When it comes to the topic of aging it seems everyone is buzzing about inflammation these days. But what is inflammation really, and why does it wreak so much havoc? Chronic inflammation (even mild) is generally considered to be a biomarker of accelerated biological aging and increases our susceptibility to diseases. So how do we know we have inflammation (because it's hard to tell) and what can we do to stop it in our own bodies? Since we are living longer, we want to live those extra years with vitality.
David M. Watumull is the co-founder and CEO of AX3 which targets inflammaging (a core hallmark of aging) with bio-pure astaxanthin which is a safe and powerful, naturally occurring anti-inflammatory. Allison Rosenwinkel is the co-founder of HiFi Brands which is a branding and marketing agency. She not only works with AX3 but is also passionate about their product since it has really helped her with her own chronic inflammation.
Join Lauren, David and Allison as they discuss: what exactly inflammation is and how it impacts how we age; what astaxanthin is and how it works to combat chronic inflammation and aging from the inside out; why more people aren't taking it; the specific benefits of astaxanthin for women in midlife who are experiencing changes in their skin; joints and overall health; why women particularly should be taking astaxanthin and how it aligns with embracing natural aging;; and what changes can one expect when taking astaxanthin.
AX3 Website: https://ax3.life
S6 E6 Clearing Up The Confusion About Your Gut Health With Bonnie Wisener
Gut health is hot topic right now and all the information coming at us is terribly confusing, especially if you don't have a medical degree. One of the reasons it's top-of-mind and has become a trendy topic is because women in perimenopause or menopause experience more unhealthy gut symptoms (constipation, gas, bloating and heartburn). But the truth is, emerging research is defining that there is a connection between gut health and overall health. So a basic understanding of gut health could just be the key to prevention and longevity.
Guest Bonnie Wisener is a nutritionist and well-known digestive health expert. She is also the creator of the Shift Your Gut Therapy Method and has helped hundreds of people all over the world get to the bottom of their chronic digestive issues so they can live active lives without the discomfort, embarrassment and persistent symptoms of disease and illness by addressing the root cause.
Join Lauren and Bonnie as they talk about: what gut health really is, the basics we need to know, why guy health is important as we age, the signs you have bad gut health, the signs of a healthy gut, the foods that will help the gut heal, the mistakes people with gut issues commonly make, what they should do instead, foods to prevent poor gut health, and the top 3 things we can be doing to improve our gut health starting today.
"The magic is in the small steps you take every day."
Free guided email series "5 Tips To Improve Digestion"
Facebook Group: shiftintohealthyhabits
S6 E5 Why An Integrative Approach Is The Key To Better Aging With Dr. Russak
Want to be the best version of you as you age? I think we all do, but we have been masking aging for centuries. Thankfully, with the advancement of science and technology our understanding of aging is changing and evolving. If you want to learn how to have to a hand in your own aging process and learn how to reverse aging and repair the damage we have done, you are going to want to listen to this episode.
Guest, Dr. Julie Russak, is a board-certified dermatologist who is focused on regenerative aging. Dr. Russak's Wellness Program and integrative approach benefits women particularly in menopause. Unlike most dermatologists who focus on the external (skin), she goes within recognizing that aging picks up speed in menopause and that internal metabolic stress reflects on your skin.
Join Lauren and Dr. Russak as they examine: what Regenerative Aesthetics is and why she feels it's the future of dermatology; why this approach is more beneficial for those over 40; what "intentional aging" is and how it ties into regenerative aesthetics; what is the process of intercellular aging and what it means; how holistic nutrition plays into better aging; how to have the ability to rest your cells to a more youthful state through nutrition; why nutrition is even more important in perimenopause and menopause and so much more.
Dr. Russak website: russakplus.com
Dr. Russak's Anti-Aging Wellness Program: Russak Anti Aging Wellness Program
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I listened to the podcast. It was great. I learned a lot-EXCEPT pricing. I really wanted some price ranges. Also, a podcast on how to find a good plastic surgeon where you live would be helpful.
Keep up the good work!
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Every episode I listen to I learn so much and feel grateful to have be been handed such valuable information not just in the area of beauty but women’s health. Thank you.
Great advice, easy to follow. Quick podcast that kept me engaged. Good to know that I'm not alone in sleep issues. Given the 3 - 3 - 3 Idea, looks like I don't have apnea or iknsomnia. But as far as the cell phone is concerned - - GUILTY!