Today’s guest is sharing an important story and journey with us. Tabatha Carr is a healer from Oklahoma City and she has a transformational story and is now putting that story and life to work to transform the lives of others. At 16 years of age, she was put on her first blood pressure medication and by 30 she was taking 3 blood pressure medications a day. She had blood sugar dysregulation and weighed almost 300 pounds.
She hit a wall and realized enough was enough. She made the change to not only transform her own life — but then take the things she learned to transform others’ as well. Her story truly became the impetus for her purpose.
This episode, we have a fascinating conversation that covers such important topics. Tabatha pulls in tons of amazing entrepreneurial nuggets — including sharing with us the next phase of her entrepreneurial journey and her new amazing, tasty initiative she has on the way.
[1:37] About our guest today, Dr. Tabatha Carr.
[3:06] Welcoming Tabatha Carr to the podcast!
[3:35] Tabatha’s personal journey and how she got to this point in her career.
[6:57] How as a 16-year-old did Tabatha learn about health?
[9:15] What triggered Tabatha’s transformation and the subsequent actions she took to change her health?
[12:36] The tools and tactics Tabatha brought into play during her weight loss journey.
[16:06] The most important place to start when looking at someone from a hormonal perspective.
[17:05] What kinds of things people should be looking for with supporting the liver.
[18:57] Fundamentals we should have in play for supporting optimal bowel function.
[20:02] Tabatha’s go-to fiber recommendations.
[21:21] Soluble vs. insoluble fiber.
[23:37] Tabatha’s formula for good health.
[26:04] What sort of elements Tabatha thinks we need to have in place as a society to assist in curtailing the obesity epidemic.
[29:40] About Tabatha’s most recent initiative: Good Girl Chocolate.
[31:45] Behind the creation of Good Girl Chocolate as a product.
[33:30] Where to find and buy Good Girl Chocolate.
[34:11] What would Tabatha like her legacy to be?
[34:54] How Tabatha defines health.
[36:24] Dr. Carr’s KPIs!
[40:01] Where to find Dr. Tabatha Carr online.
More About Tabatha Carr
Dr. Tabatha Carr is a leading authority in the field of women’s health and wellness, focusing on the extremely powerful and effective tools of natural medicine. She is a leading advocate for women using the power of their mind, body, and spirit to bring positive changes to their lives.
Dr. Carr recognizes that women today face many personal challenges which can keep them from living a full life, including issues around weight management, hormonal imbalances, blood sugar imbalances, adrenal fatigue, and more. Dr. Carr specializes in identifying the root causes of a woman’s symptoms and partners with her to address these issues, leading to a life of energy, good health, and balance.
When she is not working, Dr. Carr focuses on bringing positive energy to her community. She can be found playing the piano for her church, volunteering at local charities, or doing public speaking.
Connect with my Guest:
Websites: LivingandLovingLife.org and GoodGirlChocolate.com
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