539: Tina Anderson on Psychobiotics, Gut Brain Connection and Just Calm

Episode 539 April 14, 2022 00:46:49
539: Tina Anderson on Psychobiotics, Gut Brain Connection and Just Calm
The Wellness Mama Podcast
539: Tina Anderson on Psychobiotics, Gut Brain Connection and Just Calm
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I am here with a dear friend and a previous podcast guest – Tina Anderson of Just Thrive. She began her career as a trial lawyer who specialized in settling cases by bringing both sides together, which is a personal passion of hers. And after her second child, she left her high-stress work behind to …

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