New for subscribers at all tiers
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I appreciate each and every reader. It means so much to be able to share with people who are so interested. I’ve been working on making this publication an even bigger resource for people who want to improve their wellbeing at home through circadian rhythm awareness. Today’s post is all about what’s new.
1. Circadian rhythm protocol (for all subscribers, including free)
I created this protocol as part of my recent certification through the Quantum Biology Collective. All are welcome to read that circadian rhythms protocol here:
All email subscribers should have received a link to a downloadable/printable copy (if not, just reply to this email and I’ll re-send it to you).
2. New course (for paid subscribers)
I am proud to announce the release of my first course, which is all about supporting the physiological process of newborn jaundice. For any parent that has been through this, you know how stressful this can be if it escalates to the point of needing medical treatment. This nearly happened to my family with our third baby, and that was a major inspiration for creating this publication as a whole.
Newborn jaundice actually has roots in circadian health (makes sense when you think about how LIGHT itself is a treatment!). There are also some really important gaps in the mainstream narrative that I wanted to fill in, based on freely available and peer-review research that just hasn’t been widely circulated yet.
This evidence-based course is, to my knowledge, the most in-depth course available to parents that touches on the things parents can do before, during, and after pregnancy to support the physiological processes at play in newborn jaundice—and best of all, reduce the risks of newborn jaundice escalating to the point of causing permanent damage.
This newborn jaundice course is available to paid subscribers. You can learn more about it (and sign up to join if you are currently in the free plan), here:
According to the leader in circadian health, Dr. Jack Kruse, a baby presenting with jaundice is a sure sign that its mother had circadian disruption during her pregnancy.
3. Ask questions and start conversations in the subscriber chat (for Founding members)
As you know, I’m hosted through Substack, and they recently rolled out a chat feature for us. For Founding members, you not only get to participate in existing threads, but you now have the ability to start your own chat conversations on topics of your choosing! This is the perfect place to free to ask specific questions, share anecdotes from your own circadian journey, and fire up conversations about the intricacies of the circadian biology topic that interest you most. Chat is available through the Substack app and through the desktop site.
To participate in the new paid options, you can upgrade and downgrade your subscription as fits the level of information and support you need at any given time, whether that’s on a monthly or annual basis.
Thanks again for subscribing, and I’ll be in touch again soon with more of our regular informative posts.