Chronic illness digital magazine, podcast, support hub, and health collective. Misti Blu discusses real health, self-care, chronic illness, and mental health with a collective of healthcare providers, advocates, authors, and other like-minded individuals in the community.
Hope For Ataxia’s mission is to raise awareness globally, and to make a meaninful and positive impact in rare diseases narrative. Founded in 2019, Hope For Ataxia is a federally incorporated non-profit organization based in Canada. For more information and notes on this episode, go to http://www.bludreamhealth.com
Dr. Laura Pipher is a naturopathic doctor who has founded the Period Passport online program to help women fix their period problems, as well as HER time of the month, a membership focused on getting women accurate information related to their hormones. For more info and episode notes, visit http://www.bludreamhealth.com
Author, Photographer, Podcaster, & eCommerce Business Owner Jessica Bellinger from Florida discusses health stuff, sobriety and her book The Humility Paradox. Go to http://www.bludreamhealth.com for episode notes.
Jimmy Fremgen is from Sacramento, California and wears many hats. In this episode we discuss his lifelong invisible illness, cardiomyopathy. We also talk about cannabis and Jimmy’s experience with Capitol Hill.
The Grumbling Gut (Ziyad) is a published radiographer researcher with Crohns. The Grumbling Gut is an advocate who provides education on inflammatory bowel disease in hopes to break stigmas and myths about IBD. Visit http://www.bludreamhealth.com for more info, links, and episode notes.
Blu Dream Health Collective launches episode 1, an introduction. This platform will be a collective of like-minded guests, sharing their expertise and individual stories that involve invisible illness, self-care, body positivity, mental health, stigmas, and medical equality.