Have you ever heard of a Doula? A midwife? Wondered what the difference is? Today we chat with our longtime friend Myriam Webb. She’s a Registered Dietitian, Doula, Business Owner and soon to be Registered Nurse with a passion for helping women of color in her community (basically, she’s a superhero). This episode is packed with details about her job as a doula, her advice for birth persons during their pregnancy, the issues with our healthcare system and its adverse effects on BIPOC, pelvic floor health and MORE!
In This Episode We’ll Cover:
- The differences between a doula and a midwife
- The Medical Industrial Complex
- Nutrition during pregnancy
- Institutional racism and its effect on maternal health
- The process of creating a birth plan
- Pelvic floor health & MORE!
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