MD for Moms Radio | Isabel Smith, Nutritionist | Healthy Holidays | Nov 2nd, 2016

Nutritionist Isabel Smith

This week on MD for Moms, Dr. Carly Snyder and Nutritionist and Wellness Coach Isabel Smith will explore how to remain healthy and fit during the holidays without sacrificing taste or losing any of the joy associated with family meals. We will explore healthy cooking options and discuss things to consider when eating out, as well as exercise tips and overall wellness suggestions during the holiday season. Be sure to listen Wednesday at 1pm EST on TuneIn radio and the BBM Global Network or any time on the BBMglobalnetwork.com

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Moms The Word

Photo attribution: focused on the dangers of untreated maternal mental illness in pregnancy and the potential treatment options available. The room was packed with highly interested providers eager to learn more in order to further help moms (and dads). New Jersey has been at the forefront of screening for postpartum depression, and clearly is leading the way with interest and involvement in terms of treatment. There were many excellent speakers at the conference, including my friend and co-PSI board member, Danny Singley, one of the few psychologists who focuses on dad's mental health. Dr. Singley spoke about postpartum depression for fathers, which is a fascinating topic that rarely gets the attention it deserves. I encourage everyone to check out his informative website and to consider the fact that up to half of all men whose wives suffer from postpartum depression also have postpartum depression. Dr. Singley will be joining me on my radio show, MD for Moms in July - it will be a great show that you won't want to miss!">Dr Snyder recounts a recent conference, Contemporary Discussions in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, where she presented on the topic of risks of untreated mental illness in pregnancy and risks versus benefits of the various treatment options to address these symptoms.

Dr Snyder recounts a recent conference, Contemporary Discussions in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, where she presented on the topic of risks of untreated mental illness in pregnancy and risks versus benefits of the various treatment options to address these symptoms.

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