I help busy humans stay MOTIVATED to feel AMAZING in their bodies. Nutrition & Mindset Coach/ UGC creator
Patrice Badami 0:00
Hi, this is Patrice Badami, with Acorn to tree, our video series. This is Kelly Carter, we’ve had her once before. She’s a nutrition coach. She helps keep busy humans stay motivated, and to feel amazing in their body. She’s a nutrition and mindset coach, and an entrepreneur. And she’s just amazing. She’s doing a lot on Instagram. She puts a lot of recipes. And she’s very motivating. On Mondays, for example, she has Monday Mindset Mondays. And here she is. So how are you this evening, Kelly?
0:34 I’m great. Thank you so much for having me again.
Patrice Badami 0:36
I’m just so I there’s so many things I wanted to talk to you about. First, I’d like to start off and say can you explain to people who hadn’t heard once before on our other podcast? What’s intuitive eating? And how does it differ from traditional dieting methods?
Kelly Carter 0:51
Yeah, so intuitive eating is something I like to I really like to talk about it as like trusting your body. A lot of us don’t like when we’re young, that trust can always actually be broken, especially with food, if we came from a family where we were forced to sit down and eat everything on our plate, and not listen to like, okay, like, I’m three and four. My stomach is like the size of my own fist, which is really small. But like, you know, the parents and I don’t, it’s not it doesn’t come from like a bad place, I think we were just kind of uneducated with that. And it’s from the age of like three or four, we’re already breaking that trust with listening to our bodies. So Intuitive Eating is really understanding like, when you eat a certain food, a meal, like you’re actually being very mindful, you’re not watching TV and scarfing it down between meetings at work or anything like that. And you find a lot of love for food, you find a lot of joy for food, you realize that certain diet foods don’t have to go in that category anymore. And whenever I’m coaching on intuitive eating, I always use the language of the food is either nourishing, or it’s depleting. And if 80% of your foods are nourishing, then you have absolutely nothing to worry about. So I hope I explained that.
Patrice Badami 2:15
I think I think it’s very important what you said, especially when it comes to children. Um, that’s why I do grazing boards. For her. My daughter has reflux pretty bad, she was born early. And so the lion says, My son, even the dog has reflux over here. I don’t know what’s going on. But having said that, she I’ve taught her from a very young age, eat till you’re satisfied. And she’ll say to me, she’ll hold her hand up and say, I’m, I’m full till here. And I said, Good, because you don’t want to have to, you don’t want to feel that over full. And she’s very into the vegetables I gave them to her from the beginning. But it makes a lot of sense that everyone uses the word mindful, but intuitive goes hand in hand. In other words, when you’re really hungry, don’t let yourself get that hungry that you’re making bad decisions. I like to make her eat every like three hours or so believe it or not, like a little something so that she never gets too overly hungry.
I always tell people, you most people need to eat three, and don’t go over four hours without eating. Like that’s most people. It’s, um, it has everything to do with their blood sugar levels.
Patrice Badami 3:21
Yes, yes, years ago, there was this movement about the blood types, and eating according to your blood type. And that’s it’s a, it was something where you want to know something ironic about is I’m Italian, I can’t eat red sauce anymore. We’re gonna eat tomatoes. So when I did, when I read that book, it was something where it’s not necessarily about the blood type specifically, but if your body cannot tolerate certain things, it did happen to fall in line with that. Not that I’m pushing any particular type of a diet system, I’m just saying, you need to know that if something makes you feel funny or uncomfortable. You need to write that down, you have a little journal in general, so that you can know. So that if anything gives you you know, like heartburn, or if you have reflux or something GERD, reflux, same thing. So children that have occurred, and that’s something that you need to be aware of, just because you want to feel good and energize your body.
Kelly Carter 4:20
It’s not me telling you don’t eat this, don’t eat that. It’s your body saying, hey, you know, red sauce. Like, if something that intense is happening when you have it, your body’s actually saying?
Patrice Badami 4:37
Yeah, exactly, exactly. That makes that’s totally that’s great. Um, so the thing that encouraged you to pursue discussing intuitive eating with your clients, it’s probably a lot of, you know, trying different types of dieting systems, right. What really pushed you to just, you know, you offer this with your clients, like what was the push?
Kelly Carter 4:57
Well, the biggest push that I have with everything that I do With my coaching is the fact that people spend and as a whole, like it’s a multi trillion dollar industry. And every year we’re getting sicker and sicker according to studies. So I don’t follow what everyone else does, because what everyone else is doing isn’t working. The actual like, I feel like a lot of people don’t really know what I do until they sit down and talk with me. And I’m always so grateful for anyone who’s actually like, willing to do that. Because it is it can be really scary to even talk to someone about your nutrition, especially if you have a lot of emotional attachment to it. But the intuitive eating is something that like, it’s, it just there’s, there’s such a separation from the whole diet, I can’t have that too. Oh, my goodness, I don’t want to eat red sauce, because it makes me feel that way. It’s not like I can’t have it so that like I actually don’t want it, my body doesn’t want it. Like, let’s figure out something that’s way more nourishing to the body so that I feel really good all the time. It’s not as easy as saying, okay, just don’t eat this. Eat this, like you have to spend time you have to talk it out. Like with my clients. This is what I mentioned in my last time. I coach them so every single day, I have anywhere between anywhere between now probably 80 to 160 messages like back and forth from my clients on, you know what’s going on with their life. What’s like, how is the actual plan going, what they’re noticing what they’re not noticing, like, but it’s so incredible, like one of my clients just messaged me today. So he has type two, type two diabetes, he was like recently recently diagnosed. And his his sugars have always been high sevens, eights, nines, twelves, fifteens. And then within a lot like, and we’ve only been working together for like three weeks, and his sugar is like, right now he texted me. Before his dinner, his sugar was a 5.4 before dinner, which is like exactly perfect. Were one, right. And it’s it just when when a client actually, you know, trusts you and works through it things with me. I can’t, it’s a lot more work, but I’m never ever gonna go back to what I was doing before because it ultimately wasn’t helping people lose weight, and then it must be so rewarding for you to see how you’re changing people’s lives.
I completely understand that. I know that you know, they’re there on five, six years ago, there was a whole the whole food movement per se. But it is a lifestyle. And I feel much better when I eat whole foods. Because there’s always impact prepackaged things, there’s there’s chemicals that are put together in a way that your body will react in an inflammatory way to these things, because they’re not natural, as we’re talking about Whole Foods. So I feel that if you start your children, for example of understanding the whole foods like the, you know, offering that to them, they’ll naturally go towards it. So that’s why I mean, you know what I mean, I think the whole food way, I always feel so much better when I have a big plate of vegetables with something like a protein on the side. And as opposed to a hamburger with a button that’s not been made you know what I mean? Just doesn’t work. So that’s why I’m saying that it’s something that will be beneficial to your children to understand that they need to feel when you feel full. And your child says I feel cool. When you prepare food ahead of time that you say, Okay, pick whatever you want on this plate. It’s all stuff I feel comfortable with. And when they say they’re full, then they won’t develop certain stresses about eating. And they’ll just naturally come I have something else again, and you’ve offered them the plate again. That’s what I did for dinner with my daughter. I gave her a nice plate of food. She didn’t want to finish it. I said let’s wait till later. I offered her she finished it all. So that’s your child; your children will let you see. They’ll guide you if you give them the opportunity. That’s what I’ve noticed. So what role does mindful eating play in the intuitive eating approach? We’re kind of touching on that. But
Kelly Carter 9:24
So it’s just you know, being mindful is very foreign to a lot of people and it’s because we’re so distracted by our phones by the television by the internet. It’s everything is on our phones now. So it’s basically our phones. That it’s like mindful eating is just being it’s like it’s being present it’s being completely present and intentional about everything that’s going on. What does the food look like? Like what does it really look like? What does it like smell like before you have it? What does it when you’re when it’s in your mouth? What does it feel like? Like these are things that we do? We don’t give, we don’t even give like two half seconds for anymore. So, like being really, really mindful is, you know, all the other distractions are, there’s no other distractions, it’s you and your plate of food. And it’s more of an experience versus I have to eat right now so that I can like, get onto my house thing. So, again, it can be really nerve racking for a lot of people to think like, oh, this is gonna take so much time or I’m like, I can’t, like what am I going to do without my phone for 15 minutes or something like that. But it is the most, it’s like living in the country, right? If you’re if you lived in the city for a while, and then you go for a hike in the country that it’s you’re just, it’s just a different feel, it feels a lot more calm, your body’s actually like, ready for the food. The one thing that I remember learning about with cooking, when you do the act of cooking, and I’m not talking about throwing something in the microwave or stuff like that, when you’re actually like slicing the veggies, preparing the meats cooking, like your digestive system is actually getting ready for the food so that by the time you sit down and eat, you’re it’s almost like you’re the pH is where it needs to be, the blood isn’t at your hands or your feet, it’s like near your stomach, so everything can digest properly. And that’s all what mindful eating is as well as like understanding that this is an actual process that we took a lot more time with before. Probably like, I’d say the last 100 years, we’ve really not been able to ever really focus on our food. And like you said before, they just the quality of our food is very questionable, especially with everything that’s processed.
Patrice Badami 11:45
Yeah, I was just gonna say, I think about this is going to read but I think about the grandma diet. Okay, I think this is something else I’ve heard, okay, my grandmother, she never ate it ship, a cracker. Like she wouldn’t, she only ate cookies she made. And obviously she just bought it was mentioned say obviously, but she used butter. She was so healthy. Every meal, she had her but she also never drank while she was eating. So that one I’m not sure. Because if like for example, you have a difficulty swallowing, you really have to drink water. So it depends on your medical situation. But for her, she felt that her body was not the enzymes that were digested. That’s what she said, she said the enzymes that are supposed to digest my food will be washed away, and I won’t have the I won’t be able to digest as well. If I drink fluids with my meal.
Kelly Carter 12:38
It’s funny that you mentioned that because that’s actually that has a lot of science. to it, that’s like level 300 though, for some of my clients. It’s it’s little like it’s simple. I think like back in our grandmother’s time, like it would for me would be like my great grandma, she lived till about 99. And she didn’t even have access to a lot of the foods until she was in her 50s or 60s, right. So like our generation and stuff, we’re born with our mom’s like consuming the food and it’s just it’s such a different world. But it’s like, I love that like the grandma died just being if it’s like it just has to be real, it just has to be there in the body is what what I realize in our society is we love to complicate things, we really really love to complicate things. And you know, especially when it comes to the body, you could be eating like you could literally have never eaten a vegetable of fruit, an actual piece of protein your entire life. One day decide no I’m changing everything give your body all the nourishing foods and within a week like the symptoms that you’re experiencing would just like completely do it like an ad like I said, with my one client with diabetes, like we’ve been working together for three weeks and he’s noticed a drop from one of it was like I think it was 12 or 15 before a meal and now it’s five like it’s your body is so adaptable when you give it the right foods and you know when you do actually experience that you get like it’s just something that’s really really exciting to the person because you see the results. But we’re really dealing with a lot of emotional eaters and you know, this food that is not really it’s I call them like food like products or ultra processed foods. They’re addicting. There are literally created so that we are quite like our bodies or brains are addicted to them. So it’s not an easy to just make that switch.
Patrice Badami 14:40
Right? I’m just it’s funny. And she also just as a side note, she also a lot of greens like s girl was a big thick broccoli. We were gonna get a golden broccoli pin once for Christmas because she literally has it with every meal. Perhaps she lives in I do not have to nail it right um Um, so how do you address concerns that parents have about their children’s weight issues they might have?
Kelly Carter 15:08
Well, I’m always asking like, what, what’s, what does their day look like? Right? Because again, because, like, unless they have some sort of metabolic issue that is very uncontrolled. It’s pretty, the body’s pretty simple. You like I’m always you have to be really gentle because a lot of people especially, I find, as we get like younger and younger, like the younger generations get older, I guess. We’re not educated as much as I thought or no one’s paying attention to like, what is real food what is nourishing what is not like I had a remember this mom, this was years ago, even this mom came into my office and her eight year old had fatty liver disease because her mom would feed her fruit roll ups, fruit punch. She’s like, she thought it was fruit. She thought it was like, because I’m, I actually believed her because if she was a mom that actually wanted to give her childhood, life threatening disease at eight, then I probably would have like, called Child Services or something. But you could tell that she genuinely thought that what she was giving her daughter was, was like, fine. So it’s there’s, every time I coach, there’s like, no room for judgment. But I break it down like it is black and white in terms of what’s the movement that they’re experiencing? What’s their sleep? Because people don’t understand, like, my kids are in bed. My baby goes to, like material goes to bed at seven, my four year old goes to bed at 730.
Patrice Badami 16:43
My eight, my my seven year old rather goes to bed at 730 as well.
Kelly Carter 16:47
And when is he up in like, the next day? Patrice Badami 16:51 She gets that? Well, depends on now that school started six.
Kelly Carter 16:55
Yeah, but you like 11 hours, like we’re gonna have, like they need sleep. And it’s I know that Parenting is hard. Trust me, I’m a parent now. So I can actually like, talk about it. But you know, the kids need sleep, they need movement, and they need good food. Like, it’s very simple. It’s very, it’s very simple concept. But it’s like the so that’s what I address first. And then we just make a game plan from there. And it’s, again, when you’re breaking habits, it’s not easy. But I always go back to the phrase like, you know, you know, if you choose Easy, now, it’s gonna be really hard later on, or you could choose to do the hard things now and then have an easier life down the road.
Patrice Badami 17:49
My daughter, what I got for her just to incorporate cooking and preparing food as a fun thing, I have a standing chair. And she has she had a like from when she was two, I have a wooden knife that she would cut bananas, cut celery, and she’d be eating it. And then I got the play knives, the ones that are made specifically for children’s are caught with, so she’d be involved. And then my son makes her help him. But the thing about it is that the thing that is concerning is when people are worried about the child, the child’s weight based on what they look like, at a certain point, a child starts to change their body changes, especially girls, for example. And they gather weight, the weight is it highs in the abdomen, because it’s getting ready to be dispersed throughout the body. And it’s very concerning for some people I already went through because I have another daughter. But that’s natural for them to hold that those calories there. So it’ll help them to grow. It’s like a It’s a little bit of a pouch, but it ends up spreading out as they get taller. And then they’ll have growth spurts where they’re eating tremendous amounts of food, which is that’s when you have to make sure that you have all those vegetables and fruits and healthy proteins available for them. So that’s my feeling about the weight issue that if we really careful and think Wait a minute is my daughter like eight 910 That’s the time that they start doing that way.
Kelly Carter 19:16
Exactly. And like I said, like when we assess the movement, the sleep and like the actual diet, if it all looks good, that’s when I’m just like, don’t push it because then you’re going to the one again, you’re probably going to go against what the body needs to do. And to you could really damage the child’s like view. Like I can’t, I don’t take on kids a lot. I had one girl, she broke my heart like just what and she opened up to me about like her family dynamic and it was really not an easy play. It was just a really terrible environment. And that’s like, just her relationship with food is was just so But it’s just intense, right? Like, I, I don’t love taking on kids mostly because like, I just want to bring them into my own home.
Patrice Badami 20:10
I understand. One thing I was gonna say about sleep is, from what I understand from when I was taking some certain anatomy classes and whatnot, when you have a lack of sleep, your body is craving energy, and what the more the more of a deficit that you have, you’ll be craving simple carbs, you just Well, now that could be a potato. That could be like baked potatoes, okay. But what we ended up grabbing, would be some crackers processed. So you’ll find that when you have the lack of sleep, if you’d have, like, if you missed several hours, we went to bed very late, the next day, your body’s going to be hungry for those quick energy sources.
Kelly Carter 20:53
It’s usually too because if you if you don’t get enough sleep and recovery, your body’s actually starting out, higher stress than usual. And the stress hormone cortisol naturally triggers insulin, which decreases blood sugars, and that triggers carbs as well. I always say to my clients, so nutrition is obviously massively important. But if you’re if you are not prioritizing sleep, and you’re going days, where there is like, your sleep is just not good for days. Sleep is like, like sleeps number one, managing stress is number two, then nutrition is number three, like I can’t I can’t compete with people who don’t sleep. It’s just, uh, I can’t, I’m not gonna I’m not going to do it. Because the body will, like, this is all science too, right? Like, especially when it comes to like the hormones and stress and stuff. And I don’t understand. I mean, there are a lot of people. Just, they’ll just keep watching Netflix with. I’m like, How is this non important?
Patrice Badami 21:57
It’s not as really nutrition oriented. But I’ll tell you this, a lot of parents that I speak to, they’ll say, You know what, I finally got so and so to bed. But it was like 10 o’clock. And I’m like, alright, well, I couldn’t do that. Personally, I’m like, you have to go to bed. I need to have some time. But what’s happening is they’re not getting the child to sleep as soon so the child’s not getting asleep. The child’s getting to bed later. So then the adult stays up later, because this is my time. They’re exhausted. Adults stay up late to have “me time” and then they are exhausted the next day. The lack of sleep can lead to overeating.
Kelly Carter 22:38
Now easier life later, it’s harder for them to like, give up their me time. But the next day is going to be better or, like work on fixing the child’s bedtime. Because again, I remember potty training, there was one like because we were kind of going slow at it. And then I kind of snapped and I was like, No, we are getting rid of these diapers. Like he’s going to be three. Anyways, it was a really crazy one week. It was one week. And that was in that same thing.
Patrice Badami 23:09
I get that. We’re talking about eating and we’re talking about things that happen to your body. When people have these diet sodas, now what this is not anything. It’s totally not a whole food. Obviously, it’s something that we want to avoid. However, we have to address the elephant in the room. There’s a lot of people drinking these diet sodas thinking that’s good. But what happens is, I read this somewhere. When your body when you keep drinking that all day long. At night, your body’s going to say women, okay, I released all this insulin, it takes the tastebuds tell the brain that you’re taking in sugar, even though it’s not sugar, right, the taste buds are what’s giving the signal so then around nine o’clock at night, you’re standing over the sink slim and Oreos, because your body wants to see where he wants to use up the insulin. So that’s another thing so that’s counterproductive these diet sodas just be very careful. Plus the fact that all of the additives and all these sweeteners are the false sugars and like I think one false sugars that has other neurological and other issues. Yeah, it’s amazing.
Kelly Carter 24:27
How many studies come out that are funded by these companies that say doesn’t do it. And my my thing with that is, you know, especially when I’m so with my clients, I will get an I will get to a place if they’re not really compliant that will just be like, it’s a lot I would say like the of my clients who drink or used to drink diet sodas. They’ve been doing it for decades. Yeah, it’s right. It’s not it’s not something new. And at some point I’m just like it when they’re not letting it go. I’m just like, so how is it working out for you? So you’ve been drinking diet soda for 30 years. And it’s supposed to be helping you lose weight, and you’ve been gaining 10 pounds a year? Like, let’s just think about that. If it was really, really what if it did what it actually said, you wouldn’t be here right now. And it’s it. The proof is in the pudding, right? So I don’t understand how people can still read these other studies, and be like diet sodas, fine for me. Again, at the end of the day, I just want to educate my clients. If you decide to drink diet soda, after working with me, that’s up to you like, I’m not going to judge you at all. I just want people to stop doing stop doing doing the same thing and expecting different results like the definition of insanity.
Patrice Badami 25:49
Yes, and what I want, I’d like to also address dehydration as being another reason why people and that’s the as you get older, okay. So when I was younger, I did not have I mean, I used to drink water and whatnot. And I used to mix it with a little bit of orange juice, because it’s like a tablespoon of orange just to get. But now I can’t drink that stuff. So drinking plain water is tough. But I find that if I don’t, I am hungrier. I don’t sleep as well, because I’m getting Charley horses in my legs. So that’s not great. And then it’s a cycle of being tired. So the thing about being dehydrated is you’d have to find something, whether it’s herbal tea, and even like a tiny bit of agave or not. But there’s you need to try to get those fluids in you. I don’t feel good about the ones that you squeeze that have the chemicals in the I don’t feel good about the stevia doesn’t work for reflux. So I just take some watermelon juice. And I squeeze I can take Yeah, you know what I mean? Like I it’s summer here, right? So we’re on freeze cubes of watermelon. And then I throw that in the water. So do something to hydrate make sure you’re taking a How much do they need to take in as an adult? And as a child?
Kelly Carter 27:12
Yeah, I mean, as a child, it’s, that’s so interesting to me, because my I feel like my kids drink so much water, I don’t track how much they drink again, water is like the only thing in our house and we have, oh my gosh, we probably have like legitimately seven water bottles that are just everywhere. Because it’s it’s one of those things that I just, it’s important for me because I drink about three liters a day when I’m on it. And then the days where I drink like a liter or less, I’m just like you I feel it I’m like, and it’s yes, do drink water in the way that, like, I just, I guess I’m built differently. Like, sometimes. And I hope that people don’t take this the wrong way. But again, if you’re not seeing the results that you want to see, and you’re not feeling amazing, and you’re just like, oh, well, water doesn’t taste good. And when I keep drinking, you know, the flavored stuff that you mentioned with the chemicals, I’m like, I just want to tell people just like grow up and drink water, because that’s actually going to work. Like it this, this stuff is it is all sinespace. But it’s also like, to me, this is all just your if your body is 70% or more water. Right, we need to drink it.
Patrice Badami 28:30
I mean, you know, the bottom line is, is that I think you have we have to go back to the water infused infusing with the fruit or even or like cucumber, you have to go back to that because all of these chemicals, it’s just the same thing, where you got to get away from the processed food, you got to get away from these fake sugars because they’re not working, there’s a lot of side effects from and just throw a lemon. My thing is I admitted and throw in like a half a teaspoon of agave, I need a little something. But if you’re having like around 17 ounces, you know, 18 ounces of water, it’s not that big. And if you don’t do it all day long, you know if it means.
Kelly Carter 29:10
You’re actually going to get the water in them great, because what I find too is especially if you want your kids to not hate water, I just I feel like them drinking it. Now they’re they’re establishing that like that’s what water tastes like, that’s what it is. And but again, I want what I get frustrated with is people who don’t see the results. And they they’re, they’re actually like really hurting. Like it’s really painful for them to keep going and they don’t they don’t love life the way that they used to as a kid, you know, like kids just absolutely think they don’t want to go to sleep because they love the day so much and most adults are like I don’t care. Like I don’t need to wait like I don’t want to sell them super depressing. But you know what I mean?
Patrice Badami 29:58
I know exactly what you mean. And I feel that the thing here is like I, she she just drinks water, but I put a lot of ice in the ice is the sound of it, the whatever it is, I put lots of ice and when I put in a pack for lunch in the morning, I put a ton of ice in there, you know, but I don’t, she never really got into juices, which is good. Um, she also I don’t, we don’t have soda. So that’s, you know, so if they get used to refreshing themselves and you get them a cool bottle, the bottle thing, they’ll do it. If you don’t, if they don’t know anything else, they’re gonna do it and they have to do it because you’ll get migraines, you’ll get you know, crabby and get foggy when you’re dehydrated. And it’s really bad. Trust me, everyone listening, when you get a little older, you’re gonna get those leg cramps, or it’s not just the little one. And it’s not just the ones you get in the cab. As you get older and you become dehydrated, it’s in your feet. It’s in your hands. You get terrible like debilitating cramps, you have to wake up in the middle of night. So you don’t want that. So make sure you’re hydrated. Make sure you’re choosing healthy fresh vegetables and fruits. Listen to your body. Don’t let yourself get so full that it’s up to your neck and you can’t move. That’s not good. Especially and also don’t go to bed. How many hours before? You know we have to stop eating? How many hours before you go to bed just to feel good?
Kelly Carter 31:23
I mean, I the I think the sweet spot is anywhere between two and a half to three. Yeah, three hours, right? Yeah. It’s the same thing. You don’t want to go to bed like my clients who eat and or stop eating dinner. And then it’s four or five, six hours until they go to bed. I’m like, Yeah, because your blood sugar’s are dropping, that’s naturally going to happen. So you either eat a little bit later, or you go to bed earlier, which 99. Like, don’t go to bed at 1am.
Patrice Badami 31:51
And don’t go to bed after you had big bowl of cereal with a big thing. I learned I used to do that. And I’d wake up and I’d be like, Well, I feel really weird in the morning. And it wasn’t just the reflux part, it was just saw something with the processing and my stomach’s trying to sleep. And it’s digesting it. So it’s not a good thing. Anyways, it was great talking to you once again. It’s Kelly Carter, nutritional coach. She helps people, busy humans stay motivated, feel amazing in their lives, nutrition and mindset coach, she’s a great entrepreneur. She has wonderful content on Instagram and social media. And she’s going to provide us with any links that might she have any projects or anything that she’s working on, that she wants to share with you.
Kelly Carter 32:38
Yes So Kelly Carter nutrition is on Instagram. And the big project that I’m working on right now is actually it’s in the States. It’s we are a company that is working with gestational diabetes right now and working with the women with their doctors to get them to the best place that they can be so they feel supported. They feel like their health is under control while becoming a new mom or like becoming a mom for the second time. Whatever it is. It’s a really cool project is called renew RX. I’m I’m really excited about it. And again, it’s it’s approaching. It’s approaching health and everything and just in a different different way working with medicine.
Patrice Badami 33:31
I think that’s terrific. And she’s gonna give us a link to that so that we can have all that information accessible. And everyone, please take a look at her Instagram. Take a look at this project. You’re going to learn a lot about nutrition. Once again, Kelly Carter, thank you so much for joining us tonight. And everyone this is acorn to tree videocast system here. We’re going to be doing videos now in addition to the podcast. So thanks for joining us and have a good night Kelly.
Kelly Carter 33:59
Thank you so much.