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The Juna Moms Podcast

The Juna Moms Podcast

By Juna Moms Podcast

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.
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The Juna Moms PodcastSep 28, 2020

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Feeding my toddler SUCKS: Mom Fails Ep. 7

Feeding my toddler SUCKS: Mom Fails Ep. 7

This weeks episode Sarah and Dillan bring on a friend to talk all about the stress of feeding toddlers. If you have a toddler, you may already know that chicken nuggets are their favorite, but the mom behind those toddlers still feels a lot of guilt. If you're one of those moms, definitely give this episode a listen, it might be cheaper than therapy!

Mar 07, 202331:21
 I absolutely hated Breastfeeding: Mom Fails Ep. 06

I absolutely hated Breastfeeding: Mom Fails Ep. 06

In this weeks Mom Fails episode Dillan and Sarah are back talking more about Breastfeeding. They each had very different breastfeeding relationships with their kids. Dillan very vulnerably shares how her first breastfeeding experience nearly broke her and how she made a brave decision to not breastfeed her second.  Mom fails is all about sharing our hard moments, so that others know that they are not alone in their experience. Please share this episode with anyone who is struggling with their breastfeeding relationship. 

Mar 01, 202331:21
Is My Kid Really Lactose Intolerant?

Is My Kid Really Lactose Intolerant?

In this weeks episode of Mom Fails, one of Sarah and Dillan's friend comes on to talk about how she failed to see the signs that her kid was Lactose Intolerant. The way we feed our family can be incredibly personal and wrought with a lot of pressure. All those elements can play into the feelings of failure you might experience. We'd love to hear from you on what you think of this episode. 

Feb 23, 202331:21
All About Poop and Potty Training
Feb 09, 202358:25
Early Postpartum Breastfeeding Fails: Mom Fails Ep. 4

Early Postpartum Breastfeeding Fails: Mom Fails Ep. 4

In today's episode Sarah and Dillan talk about a fail they experienced in their their first time mama breastfeeding experiences. Dillan talks all about her bleeding nipples and has an amazing tip for mamas who are going through that. Sarah talks about Overactive Letdown and her baby essentially drowning in her breastmilk. Tune in and let us know in the comments what you think! As always, if you like this episode please like, rate, review and share with a friend! 

Feb 03, 202321:07
5 Must-Know Nutrition Tips for Pregnancy

5 Must-Know Nutrition Tips for Pregnancy

Episode Summary 

Whilst we don’t want women to be sweating the small stuff when it comes to nutrition and pregnancy, there are some essential pieces of information you should know.

But finding accurate information is no easy task. Just when you think you’ve figured out how much caffeine you can drink, you’ll soon find another article telling you something entirely different.

In this episode, we’ll take away all the stress and anxiety from finding the pregnancy nutrition answers you need.

Registered Dietician Lauren Manaker joins us to tell us the 5 most important tips we should know. We’ll be discussing prenatal vitamins, hydration, seafood and more.

Pull Quotes

3:55 - “There is not one perfect one [prenatal vitamin] for every single person, so it’s really meant to supplement your diet. So see what you’re eating, what you’re missing, and supplement accordingly.”

07:39 - “You have to find a way to stay hydrated because once you get dehydrated, that’s when things can get really dangerous.”

11:03 - “There’s so much data showing that pregnant people that eat their two/three servings of low mercury seafood a week just have so many better pregnancy outcomes in terms of reducing the risk of early labor.”

15:37 - “We can’t categorize fruit in the same category as jelly beans. It’s just not the same. And we’re missing out on so many of these plant compounds that we’re not getting anywhere else when we’re not eating fruit.”

17:32 - “Just try to really maximize what you’re eating for the most part, but not with every single thing that you’re doing. You still need to live life and enjoy yourself and it’s easy to get hung up on the details and you really shouldn’t get hung up on the details.”

For more nutrition and fitness advice from Juna, please check out the Juna App!

Jan 06, 202324:35
How To Get Your Kids To Listen and Respect You
Dec 28, 202201:01:33
Mom Fails 02: Baby In The Gutter

Mom Fails 02: Baby In The Gutter

This is Mom Fails by Juna, the podcast that debunks the myth that Moms have to be perfect. In this episode we are joined by a guest who shares a Mom Fail we can all relate to. 

About The Show

When it comes to our kids, we mess up all the time.

Our hope is that by hearing funny, awkward and embarrassing stories from real Moms, you’ll feel less alone, less like a failure, and more a part of our community of Moms who are trying their best, sometimes slip up, and learn from their mistakes.

This podcast is free of judgment, full of snark, and definitely not safe for kids.

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We want to hear your Mom Fail!

If you have a Mom Fail to share, DM us on Instagram (at Juna.Moms) or email: Sarah@juna.co.

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If you like this episode, hit the follow/subscribe button so you don't miss the next one.

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If you’re trying to conceive, pregnant, or newly postpartum, please check out the Juna App, which is the app that makes this podcast possible. We have trimester specific workouts, pregnancy tracking, nutrition support and recipes for you and baby, as well as courses on breastfeeding, newborn sleep, preparing for birth, and taking care of your newborn.

You can find the app in the app store by searching Juna Moms or by visiting juna.co. Thank you for your support — see you next week!

Dec 22, 202218:20
Mom Fails 01: Put Your Fu*king Shoes On!

Mom Fails 01: Put Your Fu*king Shoes On!

This is the 1st episode of a new series from Juna called Mom Fails with Sarah and Dillan

This is Mom Fails by Juna, the podcast that debunks the myth that Moms have to be perfect. 

When it comes to our kids, we mess up all the time. 

Our hope is that by hearing funny, awkward and embarrassing stories from real Moms, you’ll feel less alone, less like a failure, and more a part of our community of Moms who are trying their best, sometimes slip up, and learn from their mistakes.

This podcast is free of judgment, full of snark, and definitely not safe for kids.

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We want to hear your Mom Fail! 

If you have a Mom Fail to share, DM us on Instagram (at Juna.Moms) or email: Sarah@juna.co.

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If you like this episode, hit the follow/subscribe button so you don't miss the next one. 

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If you’re trying to conceive, pregnant, or newly postpartum, please check out the Juna App, which is the app that makes this podcast possible. We have trimester specific workouts, pregnancy tracking, nutrition support and recipes for you and baby, as well as courses on breastfeeding, newborn sleep, preparing for birth, and taking care of your newborn. 

You can find the app in the app store by searching Juna Moms or by visiting juna.co. Thank you for your support — see you next week!


Dec 15, 202219:10
5 Top Tips for Postpartum Weight Loss

5 Top Tips for Postpartum Weight Loss

Stepping on the scale and seeing a much bigger number than you’re used to, your favorite jeans feeling tighter than ever… there’s no doubt that postpartum weight gain can be a shock.

While you can pretty much Google ‘how to lose weight’ or even use your common sense, the key is finding the strategies that can incorporate health into your daily life and make it sustainable, because let’s face it - newborn parents have a lot on their plates.

In this latest podcast episode, health coach Amanda Lauren tells us how we can marry up our behaviors with our intentions to create the best and healthiest version of ourselves. She gives us her 5 top tips for weight loss as a new mom whilst helping us to understand how to prioritize ourselves in the whirlwind that is postpartum.

If you’re struggling to shift those stubborn pounds after having a baby, you don’t wanna miss this one!

Pull Quotes

04:00 - “There is a one size fits all diet. It turns out, it’s called the ‘put yourself first’ diet.”

08:33 - “If you’re trying to build muscle, if you’re trying to have a lot of energy, you really want to have a protein forward day.”

18:26 - “Guilt happens when we eat things that really are not in line with what we truly want.”

22:40 - “Let’s not fear being a little bit hungry for the right reasons.”

34:11 - “The more muscle you have, the faster your metabolism goes, the better you feel and look in your clothes and it’s just a win-win.

42:47 - “Be conscious of what you’re doing. Make conscious choices and own your choices, whether that’s having a treat food or having a rest day, just own it and enjoy it.”

Listen Now! 

For more from Juna, check out the Juna App and our Courses on Breastfeeding, Newborn Care, Birth Prep, and Starting Solids.

Dec 14, 202258:25
Surviving Sleep Transitions - 4 to 12 Months

Surviving Sleep Transitions - 4 to 12 Months

Pull Quotes

4:00 - “When the baby is trying to get it to cue the melatonin and not, it’s taking all the cues from the environment mostly. I have had some clients that say all I needed to do was put in blackout shades.”

10 - “At four months, we want to still be in this idea that there is a rhythm and a flow that we sleep, we wake up, we eat, we play, we sleep.”

14 - “Bedtime routines still exist even into adulthood. So really pay attention and teach them that this bedtime routine is important to allow our bodies to fall asleep.”

24 - “Exit ‘goodnight’ and reunite ‘good morning’. Those are the two bookmarks. And those can form our relationships throughout our day and throughout our life really, they’re such amazing habits to be in.

34 - “You cannot make them eat, you cannot make them sleep. You can’t really make them poop without medicine. But what we do is we set up the environment for them to do what their body is designed to do.”

Podcast Description

The newborn stage can definitely lure you into a false sense of security when it comes to sleep. Those extended 2-3 hour naps are now catnaps and you can barely put a load of laundry on before they’re awake again. Your baby might even be waking more at night and you’re left wondering ‘what the hell happened to my perfect sleeper?!’

From 4 - 12 months, there are a lot of developmental milestones and changes that can affect your child’s sleep routine. The 4 month sleep regression is the biggest change in your baby’s sleep that they will ever go through. So how on earth do you survive this as a parent?

In this episode, Sarah is joined by pediatric counselor and sleep consultant Jessica Schaffer, who helps us make sense of our little one’s sleeping patterns, just as we’re starting to feel like every day is becoming a bit of a circus. They talk us through what to expect from the 4 month sleep regression, the ideal bedtime and morning routines, and how to interpret wake windows.

If you’re pulling your hair out with a nap-resistant baby, this one’s for you.

Listen Now!

For more from Juna, check out the Juna App and our Courses on Breastfeeding, Newborn Care, Birth Prep, and Starting Solids.

Dec 06, 202252:02
Navigating a Healthy Relationship with Formula

Navigating a Healthy Relationship with Formula

Podcast Description

While breastfeeding is preferred by many health experts, we can’t ignore the fact that some women can’t, shouldn’t or don’t want to breastfeed. There are many emotional and health reasons a mom may choose to formula feed her baby.

If a mom is making the choice to formula feed her baby, it’s paramount that she has the knowledge, education and information needed to make the most informed decisions when it comes to formula milk.

That’s why Sarah is sitting down with Elke Pascoe, Founder of LittleOak, which makes infant formula products based on goat’s milk rather than cow’s milk. She explains how her son’s skin condition triggered the idea for her business and informs us about harmful ingredients to look out for, as well as how to navigate a healthy relationship with formula.

Pull out Quotes

04:37 - “This terrible infant formula issue wasn’t isolated to just Australia. In fact, it was a global issue.”

04:53 - “We all agreed that goat milk was significantly more naturally akin to human breast milk.”

07:09 - “In our mind, every child deserves the best start in life and the best nutrition.”

10:17 - “I will stand in front of every CEO of every large infant formula company in the world and insist that they take palm oil out of their formula.”

18:42 - “I really do encourage you to look into those other ingredients and make sure not only you know where they come from, but how they’re extracted, because that plays an

overall impact on your child’s health now and in the future.”

25.11 - “Get all the knowledge, get the education, get the information that you need to make a good decision.”

31:18 - “Children need to lay down really strong layers of iron and magnesium for cognitive development, but also for later in life around anxiety.”

For more from Juna, check out the Juna App and our Courses on Breastfeeding, Newborn Care, Birth Prep, and Starting Solids.

Full Show Notes: https://juna.co/blog/tips-for-navigating-a-healthy-relationship-with-formula/


Nov 23, 202236:29
Surviving Winter Viruses with Jessica Hochman, MD

Surviving Winter Viruses with Jessica Hochman, MD

As a parent, worrying is second nature. You're constantly afraid that something could go wrong and when the worst happens and your child gets sick, it’s horrible to see your little one suffering.

Even worse, if the domino effect means your whole family gets struck down by an illness, looking after your kids can become a real challenge with viruses beginning to spread like wildfire during the winter season.

An early surge of respiratory viruses among babies and toddlers this fall has caught doctors off guard and means we could be in for a more challenging season when it comes to illnesses such as flu, RSV and Covid-19.

In this podcast episode, Sarah is joined by pediatrician Jessica Hochman, MD, to help us prepare for the season ahead.

Listen now to find out about:

  • What to expect this winter
  • The 3 signs your child should seek medical help
  • What to do if your child has a fever
  • Febrile seizures
  • RSV
  • How to manage symptoms
  • Prevention tips

Pull Out Quotes

01:08 - “Viruses are more prevalent this year than we’ve seen since the pandemic started.”

18:04 - “There’s so little population immunity from the past few years that there’s some concern that it will be a rougher season.”

25:44 - “There is a true consolation prize to getting sick. You’re building up your immune system.”

26:09 - “It’s a sign that we’re getting back to normal, that we’re back to being connected, because just by nature of humans being around each other, unfortunately with that come viruses.”

26:49 - “Once a month is the average that a kid gets a cold.”

28:56 - “We’re seeing the effects of being away from each other for a couple of years. I think there’s a lot of immunity that we have to rebuild.”

30:55 - “RSV is definitely something that we should take seriously.”


For more from Juna, check out the Juna App and our Courses on Breastfeeding, Newborn Care, Birth Prep, and Starting Solids.

Full Show Notes: https://juna.co/blog/surviving-winter-viruses-with-jessica-hochman-md/

Nov 17, 202240:23
Wave Goodbye to Messy Playrooms
Nov 10, 202258:25
How Postpartum Doulas Transform the Fourth Trimester

How Postpartum Doulas Transform the Fourth Trimester

For more from Juna, check out the Juna App and our Courses on Breastfeeding, Newborn Care, Birth Prep, and Starting Solids.

On this episode: Mothers receive what feels like constant attention in the nine months before labor, whether it’s baby classes, baby showers, a special seat on the subway or people asking to feel your belly.

But, all of a sudden, the terrifying and painful part happens, the baby arrives and you’re thrust into what feels like the unknown.

Doulas are trained, non-medical postpartum experts who act as supporters, educators and cheerleaders, who provide resources and recommendations for your postpartum experience.

In this episode, Sarah is joined by certified postpartum doula and the founder of Major Care, Mandy Major, who talks to us about the importance of postpartum care for the baby and the birth person. They jump into the following topics:

  • Care teams
  • Different types of doula
  • Activities doulas support with
  • Common questions doulas can help with
  • Major Care and the My Fourth app

When a postpartum doula is involved, the entire family is healthier, safer, and enjoys an all round better experience.

Don’t miss this episode to find out more!

Nov 03, 202241:44
Powering Your Pregnancy With Plants

Powering Your Pregnancy With Plants

When it comes to having a plant-based pregnancy, you can be faced with a lot of misinformation and discouragement about your well-intended choices. Trying to find accurate advice often ends up with you stuck in a Google rabbit hole, swamped by conflicting ideas.

Then comes the self-doubt about whether it’s healthy or even possible to stay vegetarian or vegan while pregnant, leaving you to consider sacrificing your beliefs and values for a healthy pregnancy.

In this podcast episode, Sarah is joined by Crysta Pollitt MS, RDN, who helps us to feel confident about plant-based pregnancy choices during pregnancy and gives us the guidance we need to ensure we get all the important nutrients needed to grow a healthy baby.

For more from Juna, check out the Juna App and our Courses on Breastfeeding, Newborn Care, Birth Prep, and Starting Solids.

Topics include:

  • Supplementation
  • Important nutrients and vitamins during pregnancy
  • How to build a healthy plate
  • Nutritious breakfast ideas
  • Plant-based protein powders
  • Soy
  • Tasty plant-based snack ideas

Show Notes

3:23 - “It’s completely possible to have a healthy pregnancy without eating animal protein.”

4:53 - “With plant-based pregnancy, I 100% recommend a prenatal vitamin.”

5:16 - “The first thing I look at with supplementation for plant-based pregnancy is choline, Omega-3s and B12.”

9:18 - “We have to make sure there’s protein with each meal.”

20:42 - “One of the biggest myths about plant-based pregnancy or just plant-based eating is that soy is bad for you.”

25:48 - “In pregnancy, really pay attention to the quality of the food and to the characteristics of the food that you are craving.”

26:27 - “We’re not afraid of carbs in the plant-based pregnancy world. We’re just so focused on protein.”

29:27 - “Focus on the time during your pregnancy to really nourish yourself.”

Oct 27, 202234:50
The Evolution of Pregnancy Advice and Recommendations
Oct 20, 202242:45
Everything You Need To Know About Placenta Encapsulation
Oct 13, 202236:42
The Benefits of Play Therapy For Kids
Sep 30, 202258:15
Reconnecting With Yourself During Motherhood
Sep 21, 202238:57
Moringa: The Breastfeeding Superfood
Sep 15, 202224:47
Creating A Healthy Relationship With Breastfeeding
Sep 09, 202249:15
The Pressure To Be The Perfect Mom
Sep 01, 202258:22
How Sugar Is Silently Damaging Your Child's Health

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. 


Jun 23, 202247:17
An OBGYN Talks All Things Vagina

An OBGYN Talks All Things Vagina

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.

Jun 15, 202236:16
Preparing For Pregnancy and Motherhood
Jun 07, 202243:22
Teaching Our Kids About Bias

Teaching Our Kids About Bias

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. 


May 24, 202243:05
Thriving After Pregnancy Loss

Thriving After Pregnancy Loss

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. 

May 17, 202246:56
Exploring Diastasis Recti

Exploring Diastasis Recti

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.



May 03, 202221:53
Recovery After C-Section
Apr 26, 202236:27
A Little Less Toxic
Apr 19, 202229:39
Sensory Processing and Self-Regulation

Sensory Processing and Self-Regulation

In this episode, Sarah talks with Kelly Smith from Movement Matters.

Kelly is a Mom and holistic nurse who focuses on how neurodevelopment challenges affect children, families, and classrooms.

They talk about sensory processing disorders, ADHD, mental health, discipline, connection and Kelly shares a boat load of tips to help parents who are struggling with helping their kids learn how to self-regulate.

For more from Juna, check out the Juna App! 

Apr 12, 202248:16
Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC)
Apr 05, 202252:51
Technology For Better Sleep
Mar 30, 202238:34
Home Births Aren't Just For Hippies with Nicolle Kasch

Home Births Aren't Just For Hippies with Nicolle Kasch

Sarah talks with Nicolle Kasch from Mind Body Baby. Nicole is a doula and hynobirthing expert. She shares her journey to becoming a Mama and how that led her to searching out alternative birth options.

In this episode Sarah and Nicole discuss hypnobirthing -- what it is and why you might be interested in trying it, the history of birth, how to talk to your partner about your birth plan, why home births aren't 'just for "hippies" and how to create a birth plan that works for the whole family.

Mar 22, 202243:37
Keeping Your Home Clean and Yourself Sane with The Clean Mama
Mar 15, 202243:17
Motherless Mothering with Lo Mansfeld
Mar 08, 202201:01:55
Baby Food For The Modern Family with Katie Thomson
Mar 01, 202245:33
The Motherhood Identity Shift with Dr. Alice Pickering
Feb 23, 202251:58
Simplifying Food and Fitness with Cassy Joy Garcia
Feb 08, 202243:09
The Vagina Chronicles with Aiyana Davison, Midwife

The Vagina Chronicles with Aiyana Davison, Midwife

Sarah talks with Aiyana Davison, a midwife who's goal is to create a safe space for those interested in better understanding their bodies, birth work, and heal through sharing stories and experiences. 

Aiyana is a Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP). Aiyana uses her business and social media platforms under the name The Vagina Chronicles to educate, engage, and create safe space for those interested in all things birth work, empowerment, and overall obstetric and gynecologic health. She has been featured on a variety of podcasts and in discussions with companies such as Mama Glow, Peanut, Elive, Black Moms Blog, and more. Aiyana encourages healing through sharing and vocalizing stories (as opposed to the long-standing historical traumatic secrecy) to aid with the advancement and success of vulnerable communities.

Feb 02, 202250:05
Gestational Diabetes with Casey Seiden

Gestational Diabetes with Casey Seiden

Sarah talks with Casey Seiden, a registered dietitian, certified diabetes care and education specialist, and a mom with a passion for helping women thrive through all stages of life. They discuss a gestational diabetes diagnosis, the do's and dont's, and Casey shares her number 1 tip when it comes to eating during pregnancy. 

Jan 25, 202232:51
Holistic Pediatric Medicine with Ana Maria Temple

Holistic Pediatric Medicine with Ana Maria Temple

In this episode Sarah talks with Ana Maria Temple, a holistic pediatrician from Charlotte, NC. Ana's approach to medicine helps children and families achieve a better quality of life with less missed school days, less doctor visits, and less medications. We talk about what led her to holistic medicine and how it's different than the care you might be used to.

For more from Juna, check out the Juna App! 

Some tips from Ana: 

  • Skip the sugar at breakfast 
  • Focus on small changes for big results 
  • Whole foods over processed foods
  • Don't drink your sugar! Gatorade has the equivalent of 11 packets of sugar. Coca-Cola has the equivalent of 18 packets of sugar.
  • Remove devices from your kid's rooms. Not enough sleep is the source of many issues. 
  • Spend quality time doing quality activities. 
Jan 19, 202256:06
5 Tips For Pregnancy and Early Postpartum with Brianne Taggart
Jan 05, 202249:50
Simplify Your Parenting with Dr Siggie Cohen PhD
Dec 14, 202101:01:33
Epidurals with Dr. Jennifer Gerber
Dec 09, 202143:36
Covid Vaccines For 5-11 Year Olds with Dr. Jessica Hochman

Covid Vaccines For 5-11 Year Olds with Dr. Jessica Hochman

Today Sarah talks with Dr. Jessica Hochman, a pediatrician from Southern California. Here's a note from Sarah about this episode:

"I was nervous for this interview because we talk about topics like vaccines and masks that have become very divisive and political so I want to make a few things clear before you listen.

1. Juna, as a company, does not have a position on this issue and anything that I personally say is not meant to be an endorsement of Juna's position.

2. Our goal with this podcast, and everything we share at Juna is to give you the most accurate and up to date information we can find on pregnancy, postpartum, and motherhood wellness, and empower you to make decisions with that information which work for you and your family.

3. I've seen many influencers and brands appeal to the emotional side of these issues and while emotion may certainly play a role in your decisions, our intention is to provide, statistics and science and leave the emotion out as much as possible.

4. Dr. Jessica's perspective is one of many. If you have someone you would like me to interview for the podcast on this topic, please send me a DM on instagram @juna.moms.

Lastly, parenting is hard. Deciding whether or not to vaccinate your children, especially in this 0-11 age range is hard and we shouldn't judge one another for whatever decision we make because at the end of the day we all want what's best for our kids and will come to different conclusions on what that looks like. 

Thanks for listening.

- Sarah

For more from Juna, check out our pregnancy and postpartum app. 

Nov 22, 202101:02:52
Thriving During Pregnancy with Marni Wasserman
Nov 16, 202145:29
Babies and Brains with Michelle Acerbi
Nov 08, 202136:34
Gut Health During TTC, Pregnancy, and Postpartum with Ayla Barmmer

Gut Health During TTC, Pregnancy, and Postpartum with Ayla Barmmer

In today's episode Sarah talks with Ayla Barmmer from Full Well

Ayla is a Registered Dietitian and Mom of Two who created the company Full Well to share the evidence-based, effective, and high-quality prenatal supplement  created for her clients available to the rest of the world.

In this episode Sarah and Ayla talk about digestive health during trying to conceive, pregnancy and postpartum. They talk about things like constipation, probiotics, prenatal vitamins, the magic of ginger and nutrition for gut health, and a few key things you want to avoid.

For more from Juna, check out the Juna App! 

Nov 02, 202139:33