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It’s episode 218!

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This week, Noelle and I discuss unsupportive family and friends, supplement timing, and anxiety about pregnancy and weight.

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Topics!

[09:08] Unsupportive Family and Friends

[22:46] Supplement Timing

[31:40] Anxiety about Pregnancy and Weight

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