The Juna Moms podcast is weekly discussion and interview where Juna Founder, Sarah Kuhn, sits down with Moms and experts in their field to gather their specific knowledge so that we can become better equipped to handle all things Motherhood.
Juna is a fitness and nutrition app available in the iOS store, specifically created to help guide you through your pregnancy and motherhood journey.
Everything we do is designed to empower and support you through one of the most rewarding, and challenging, times of your life.
How Sugar Is Silently Damaging Your Child's Health
Sarah talks with Michael Goran and Emily Ventura - co-authors of the book "Sugarproof: How Sugar is Silently Damaging Your Child's Health". They discuss how the conversation around sugar has changed over the years, the best type of sugar to consume, and Emily and Michael share their seven strategies for sugarproofing your life. This is a really informative episode backed with a ton of research.
An OBGYN Talks All Things Vagina with Nicole Williams
In this episode, Sarah talks with Nicole Williams, OBGYN. Nicole has been in practice for than 15 years and she focuses on on pelvic floor disorders, sexual pain, fibroids, endometriosis -- basically anything to do with the vagina, the lower genital tract and any organs and tissues down there.
Preparing For Pregnancy and Motherhood with Jessica Lorion
Sarah talks with Jessica Lorion, founder of Mamas In Training. Jessica was diagnosed with an auto immune disease that put her path to Motherhood on hold. As a result she used the time to learn everything she could about Motherhood from the Moms who've been there. On this episode she shares her story and much of what she's learned as a "Mama In Training".
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Teaching Our Kids About Bias with Jessica Nordell
Author, Researcher, and Science Writer, Jessica Nordell comes on the Juna Moms Podcast to talk about bias and how we can teach our kids about bias, prejudice, and stereotyping.
Thriving After Pregnancy Loss with Julie Sawaya
Sarah talks to Julie Sawaya, the founder of perinatal nutrition company Needed. They talk briefly about what led Julie to start Needed, but the majority of the conversation is on miscarriages. Julie shares her personal story about a pregnancy loss and gives tips on surviving and eventually thriving through what can be a very emotionally challenging time.
Exploring Diastasis Recti with Katie Hunter, PT
Sarah talks with Katie Hunter for part 2 of our Core Restore series. The previous episode with Katie they talked all about C-Section recovery and today they are shifting gears to focus on Diastasis Recti: What it is, who is at risk, and what you can do if it happens to you.
If you think you have diastasis recti, download the Juna app and get started today. If you want to learn more about Core dysfunction and if you have it, head over to the Juna Moms instagram account (@juna.moms) and send us a DM with the word "CORE and we’ll send you a FREE core restore guide.
This is the best app for trying to conceive during pregnancy and after pregnancy I’ve ever found by far. Do yourself a favor and do the one week trial for free! You won’t regret it.
I’ve only listened to 2 episodes so far and WOW, so informative and right on point with some questions I’ve had. I’m 6 weeks PP with baby #2 and wish I would’ve started listening while pregnant with #1.
Fantastic info and helpful stories. I’m not a mom or TTC yet but prepping for that stage of life, and caring for other new babes and moms in my life. Love the info shared here.