Julie Donaldson talks to us this week about estrogen toxicity and how it can be a major disruptor in achieving optimal wellness.
What You’ll Learn
Tune into today’s podcast to hear all about:
- The sources of estrogen toxicity
- Testing for estrogen toxicity and hormone imbalances
- Supplements, dietary changes, and other solutions for repairing imbalances
Click here for full transcript of #243 Estrogen Toxicity and its Interrelationships with SIBO, GI Dysfunction and Chemical Sensitivity with Julie Donaldson
About Julie Donaldson
Julie Donaldson has over 36 years of experience in the healing arts. As a practitioner of Metabolic Typing® individualized nutrition, functional health testing, BioMeridian assessment and massage therapy, she brings a broad knowledge base to the partnership between herself and her clients. She is dedicated to the discovery of the whole person in the healing journey, helping clients to establish supportive core beliefs and daily practices to achieve their goals.
Julie maintains a high level of commitment to collaboration with her colleagues in order to share perspective and expertise. These colleagues include naturopaths, PhD scientists, MDs and other functional practitioners. Her collaborative approach is rooted in the understanding that all human beings need meaningful connection for balance and healing. Her commitment to ecology and the environment is longstanding and firm. Protection of nature’s resources and the consumption of the cleanest, most potent foods possible allows the continuum of healing to happen from soil to plate to body. A gardener and activist for soil replenishment, Julie maintains very high standards for our earth, food and lifestyle.
Julie’s own personal experience with illness and a need for integrative solutions contributes a great understanding to what people are experiencing and how to achieve this balance. She is praised as an excellent listener and investigator. She brings the compassion of a person who has been significantly ill to the table in the most meaningful way. Julie specializes in the areas of GI dysfunction, women’s health, children’s health and spectrum nutrition, autoimmune disease, methylation dysfunction, thyroid imbalances, viral/retroviral conditions, and mood disorders. With each of these specialties, she applies individual investigations and appropriate testing choices with measurable follow-up procedures.