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Fertility Book Club Episode 1: Body Belief

Y'all ready to get back to the book club?! This time we're starting my third book, Body Belief. In this video we begin with Chapter 1. 

Don’t stress if you don’t have my books yet! We're only on the intro this week so you can still jump in.

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Hello, how is everyone? Move my camera. Hi. Let's see. Oh, hello. Hello. Hello. Hello. How is everyone? Happy Thursday. I am Amy Ralph of Amyralph.com and I get to come to you live every single week and share stuff. Share information, share insight, share my education, share hope, share empowerment with all of you. And I just love that part of my job, so thank you so much for letting me be a part of your life and for tuning into me every week. Those of you that are new to me, like I said, I'm Amy of AmyRalph.com and I have been in the field of womens' health for 20 years and have been mostly focused on helping women heal their bodies so that they can heal their children's children. And, for me, that work looks like helping women bring through their dream babies and helping them get into the best position possible to do that, to get and to stay pregnant.

And I have written a handful of books. The last Thursday of every month has been book club for a while, so we went through one of my most popular books, Yes, You Can Get Pregnant in the last book club, and now we're going to start the next book club and it's this baby, Body Belief, which was my third book. It came out in, let's see, I don't remember. And now some of you are going to think, “Oh, this has nothing to do with fertility. I'm going to tune out.” No, no, no, no, no, no. This book has everything to do with fertility, especially those stubborn unexplained fertility cases and especially those women with inflammatory disorders like endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome, but even things like premature ovarian failure, insufficiency, poor egg quality. All of that actually is rarely rooted in inflammatory issues and/or autoimmune conditions. And a little secret is that I actually wrote this book to be an autoimmune fertility book, but the publisher did not want that.

They didn't want a specific autoimmune fertility book. They thought that wasn't broad enough to reach enough people, so I made it a general autoimmune book really geared at women. And this is also what then birthed my latest Book, The Egg Quality Diet, because using this protocol with a lot of my fertility clients that really had stubborn, undiagnosed fertility challenges and/or we knew they had endometriosis or even polycystic ovarian syndrome and the standard protocol in Yes, You Can Get Pregnant wasn't working. This is what started to work. And so then The Egg Quality Diet is kind of a further tweaking of this protocol. So anyway, if you have your copy of Body Belief, you are welcome to get it. We are going to go through chapter, well, we're going to go through the preface and introduction today. Is that correct? Not chapter one, right? Now I'm forgetting. I have a list.

Yeah. Preface and intro today. So we will go through that. So, like I was saying, this book was published by Hay House, which was always a dream of mine to have a Hay House published book. It was endorsed by Deepak Chopra, Gabby Bernstein, Agapi Stassinopoulos, Rebecca Barouki, Claudia Chan, and then so many more endorsements since. Came out in 2018. I dedicated this book to the strong women in my family who have always believed in me, body, mind, and soul. Your courage, graces and guidance helped me soar. Thank you. My mom, my grandmother, my aunt [Sandy 00:04:22], my aunt Eileen, my aunt [Carolyn 00:04:24], my aunt Marilyn, my sister Lily, my aunt Pat and my grandma Ellen. Anyway, that's thoughtful and makes me emotional because so many strong women have gone before me and my family and I'm just honored to be, yeah, to be with them, to come from them and to carry on their legacies.

So the preface and introduction. So tune in because I think you'll relate to some of this and also then see kind of the root of how I work. So I see your comment, glovesme. Endometriosis, fibrosis, ovarian cysts, IVF, lack of success, 40 years old. Where do I start? So this is a great place to dig in. Chances are inflammation and/or autoimmunity is causing some issues that are overlooked and it's often overlooked. So just listen in and see if any of this resonates with any of you.

Do you feel foggy headed and have a hard time concentrating? Do you wake up feeling exhausted even after sleeping eight hours? Do your hormones feel out of whack most of the time? Do you regular? Oh. Does your body ache often? Do you regularly experience gas, bloating or indigestion? Do you have eczema, psoriasis or any other skin condition that will not go away? Have you been struggling to get pregnant and/or have you had multiple miscarriages? So you see where I was going with that. Do you have a hard time losing weight? Do you go in and out of bouts of anxiety or depression? Do you experience random environmental allergic responses, chronic sinus issues or both?

Do you feel like you're always catching that cold that's going around the office? So raise your hand if you had one or more of these. So what I go on to say is, if you answered yes to three or more of these questions and you're a woman between the ages of 20 and 45, and I would even extend that category a little bit into the fifties, chances are you are dealing with an autoimmune disease. Whether you picked up this book because of an autoimmune condition you already have been diagnosed with or you suspect you may have an autoimmune condition or you don't feel well and want more help, you are not alone. Nearly 30, yeah. Look at this. I see some raisings of hands. There we go. Nearly 30 million women are dealing with an autoimmune condition like rheumatoid arthritis, Hashimoto's, thyroiditis, inflammatory bowel disease, celiac sprue, endometriosis or type one diabetes.

And there are even more women, and this could be you guys, walking around with an undiagnosed autoimmune condition. Maybe even you. It is estimated that one in nine women, guys, one in nine women, between the ages of 20 and 45 will be diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. How many women are dealing with fertility challenges? Oh, right. One in eight. Interesting correlation, guys. Interesting things to think about. Really interesting things to think about. Not saying that every one of you dealing with fertility challenges has an autoimmune condition, but you very well likely have some kind of inflammatory situation that's going on in your body that could be impacting your immune system that is compromising your ability to get and to stay pregnant. So I'm just going to read this whole preface because it's jam packed with really juicy, good information, and so I want you to have all of it.

Autoimmune diseases occur when the body confuses the difference between self and non self and attacks normal non-sick cells by mistake and creates disease. So I'm going to give you an example. So the body begins attacking healthy tissue because it sees it, for some reason, as a foreign invader. This can happen with an embryo. This can happen with sperm. This can happen against your own ovaries. This can happen against your thyroid. That's Hashimoto's or Grave's disease. This can happen against your pancreas. That's type one diabetes, right? So are the cells within the pancreas, but so. Said another way, the body begins attacking healthy tissue because it begins to see it as unhealthy tissue and this reaction creates inflammation and illness in the body. If you guys don't have a copy of this book, you can head to AmyRalph.com/books and you can see all of my books, but this is, yeah, this is Body Belief.

I'm very proud of this baby. It really changed my life researching because I started to learn so much about… When I wrote Yes, You Can Get Pregnant, which I know I talked about before, but started doing research into unexplained fertility challenges and the incidences of all the things, like how much of fertility challenges are endo, how much are PCOS and started digging around because I was a research scientist right before I became an acupuncturist and herbalist and so that's a huge part of my life is research and I really like to look at the data and understand it. I, of course, have my own anecdotal clinical data, which I do think is really important, considering I've got 18 years of clinical practice under my belt. But what I started to see in the research was that endometriosis is not considered an autoimmune disease, at this point.

It has characteristics of autoimmunity. It is considered an inflammatory disease. Polycystic ovarian syndrome. Very similar. It has a lot of autoimmune characteristics. It is an inflammatory disease. Premature ovarian failure, premature ovarian insufficiency. Same thing. Antisperm antibodies. I mean, all sorts of habitual miscarriages. Recurrent pregnancy loss is an immune system attack on the fetus, the embryo, what do you want to call it? So I started to kind of peel back these layers and also clinically, I was like, “Yeah, and most women I see come to me and they have a thyroid condition that's not being treated.” No one's checked their thyroid antibodies. When I demand that they get their thyroid antibodies checked, guess what comes back? That they have some antibodies. So they have an autoimmune condition. They have Hashimoto's. If I run their genetics, there's a couple markers that come up like IL6 and there's another one I'm forgetting, but that show a tendency towards these autoimmune style diseases, inflammatory conditions.

I then discussed it with a medical researcher who is a reproductive endocrinologist who had Yale reproductive medicine. I had the honor of interviewing him for Yes, You Can Get Pregnant and I was able to just pick his brain, which is one of my favorite things to do of any of my doctor friends or any nerdy people. I really love nerds and picking brains. I am one of them. And I said to him, “Do you think that most of the unexplained fertility cases that are going on up there are actually an autoimmune condition that's not diagnosed?” And he said, “Young lady, you're onto something.” He's like, “We are now screening every single woman that comes through our doors for celiac and for Hashimoto's.” And he's like, “The incidence of those two disease states with women who are diagnosed with unexplained infertility is astronomical.”

And so in my head I thought, “Well, why not then just treat everything like it's an inflammatory slash autoimmune condition. Let's just see what happens.” It's not easy. The protocol in this book and just like in Egg Quality Diet, it's not super easy, but it's elimination diet and then you put things back in. I love this book because I really addressed the mindset in here as well. But it really started to, for me, I was like one in nine women have an autoimmune disease in the same age group that one in eight women are dealing with fertility challenges. I mean, that's very intriguing to me. That's curious. That demands further research. So the American Autoimmune Related Disease Association states that the incidence of autoimmune diseases has tripled over the last 40 years, affecting women specifically of reproductive age, at a rate 75% more than men. Look at the fertility rates, the fertility challenges rates. They have gone up similarly.

Did you catch that last part? The incidence of autoimmune diseases has tripled over the last 40 years, affecting women 75% more than men. That's why I wrote this book. During my almost, at that time, was 15 years of clinical experience as a women's health and wellness expert, something major has become clear to me. Women are suffering an autoimmune epidemic. They are walking around feeling incredibly unwell and the problem just continues to worsen. This is not acceptable to me, nor should it be to you.

That is why I developed the Body Belief plan. To empower you because you deserve to feel good. You are worthy of abundant health and, most importantly, you are capable of healing yourself. Now I did not say cure. Curing versus healing, very different. Curing means you make the disease completely go away and it never comes back. That's not what we're promising, and I don't think anybody could promise you a cure. There are books out there that use the word cure. I think that's a little reckless from a moral perspective. Heal, though. You can heal your body so it functions better. It may always have the tendency towards inflammatory diseases. It may always have the tendency towards autoimmunity, but you can manage it. You can heal it.

But I say this right here. However, let me be clear. This book alone will not heal you. This book will give you the tools to heal yourself, but the tools are only the first part. First and foremost, this book is about you making the choice to take back the power over your health and your life. Doesn't that mantra sound similar? In Yes, You Can Get Pregnant, I say you have the power to improve, to change your health and improve your fertility.

I will cheer you on along the way and give you the best possible advice I have access to, but the choice to feel better is yours. And that is something you all need to think of every single day. I have a choice in this game, every single day. Do I choose to support myself on my path to healing or do I choose to just go along for the ride? Do I choose to accept suffering? Do I choose to accept the same thing happening over and over again or do I choose to get on my own team to learn the best ways to support myself and my body and my healing because I choose to feel better.

Okay. So introduction. So let me just look at how many pages this is. Right. So this is about five or six pages, but so this is also another important part that I think I just want to. Here's what thriving health looks like. You wake up feeling refreshed. Your hormones feel balanced. You feel strong and vibrant. You digest your food well. You have a healthy formed bowel movement every single day. Every single day. Sometimes more than once a day. Anybody? I know I do. Not bragging, but I do practice what I preach, people. Your skin is hydrated with little to no blemishes. I feel like that. It has a refreshed, glowing complexion. Your hair shines, your nails grow, your body heals and recovers quickly from any setback.

And, most importantly, you feel nourished, you feel stable and you feel supported on an emotional level. Raise a hand. Anyone? Is that how you feel every single day? Now remember we're human. So I'd give this a 80/20 rule. If 80 to 90% of your life, you feel that way, you are a fucking rock star and I applaud you. And if you don't feel that way, you are still a fucking rock star, and I still applaud you, but we have a little bit of tweaking to do. And you are worthy of it. You are worthy of it. You are worthy of feeling your best. So if that's not what your health looks like, don't fret. You can get there. Right?

So what I break down in this next section, this is the introduction, I say, to be quite frank, it doesn't really matter to me what your Western medical diagnosis is. What matters most to me is how you feel. Right? So then I go into, as a practitioner of traditional Oriental medicine, right, as an acupuncturist, herbalist, as an Oriental medicine physician, I use different tools than Western doctors, right? I look at things as quality of life and your sleep and your poop and your thirst and your skin and your hair and your nails. I also look at things like your mental, emotional wellbeing and how all that fits into the picture of your overall health.

Disease, to me, is simply a body out of sync, a body not functioning on all cylinders, a body that is moving along at below 80%, rather than at 95 to 100 percent. I see a lot of women who are functioning suboptimally and, since you picked up this book, chances are you are one of them. So if you haven't gotten the book and this is already resonating, and maybe you just know me from my latest book, Egg Quality Diet. Maybe you haven't read anything of mine yet. If this resonates, I think this is a great place to start. All of my books bring different information, but they are cumulative and build upon each other as well.

Because the truth is, as I learn and as I evolve as a practitioner, I see it as my job to bring that evolution to you guys. I will never stop learning. I will never stop striving. I will never stop trying to figure it out on your behalf so that you can have the life of your dreams, if that involves a baby or if that just involves you feeling your best self. Right? So that is my promise to you. Know that. That that's part of my mission. As I learn and evolve, you get the goods.

So, and I go into my background, right? I studied biology, chemistry, neuroscience, yada yada. I had bulimia and anorexia. I tell that story. But I go into tell the story about, during my early twenties, as I continued to use my eating disorder as a coping strategy for insecurity and my deep fear of failure, I dealt with a host of health-related issues, from raging itchy, red oozing skin rash that was all over my body, literally all over my body, I was covered in eczema. It was horrible. I would call out of work when my eye… My eyes would flare up to the point where I couldn't see out of them. They were these red puffy things and I was mortified to go out in public. And I'm in my early twenties at this point. I had digestive issues. I had asthma that was regularly flaring up.

I had allergy issues that regularly flared up. I had hormonal acne. I had very painful periods, mostly regular, but mind you, I was also anorexic slash bulimic, so my BMI was really low so there were times where I didn't have a period for three or four months because my BMI was so low. And then I was an overexerciser, right? So I know a lot of you guys can relate to this. And it was part of my nature of just how hard I was on myself. So I felt exhausted and overwhelmed all the time. I was using steroid creams for my skin issues, Proactiv for my acne, Pepto Bismol for my tummy, asthma inhaler so I could breathe, alcohol and binge eating as a stress management tool and whatever other over-the-counter remedy I needed for my ailment of the week.

Raise your hands if you relate and, believe me, I see this stuff clinically all the time and that is my job. Whether you're coming to me for fertility or just to regulate your immune system or some women are just coming to me to regulate their menstrual cycles, not necessarily get pregnant yet or in the future, the way I work is the same. I look at the overall picture. I pick apart the pieces. I help. I do the detective work. Okay, this is working this way because of this and this is doing this because of this. And we get to the root of the disease, the disharmony in the body, and then get your body to begin the healing process so you can feel your best. So for me, overall, I was in a highly dysfunctional relationship with my health.

And so I talk a bit about my come to Jesus moment, if you will, with my own health crisis and the fact that I was actually studying Western medicine and was treating my body like absolute shit. And I remember my dad saying to me, and I talk about it in the book, he said, “What is going on with you? You say you want to help people be healthier and live better lives.” I remember this moment so clearly. It makes me emotional because he's no longer alive and I miss him. “But I don't get the impression you're super healthy or happy right now. I would never go to a doctor that didn't practice what she preached.” That's what he said to me. And mind you, I'm busting my ass to get into medical school. Legit. His words really hit home. My dad and I were always the best of friends and he knew me inside and out. With those words, he forever changed my professional and personal vision of myself.

I began questioning everything, mainly my own approach to health. I started looking for more ways to help myself and that's when I became a patient at the acupuncture college in San Diego where I was at UCSDD doing graduate work and en route to get into their medical school program. I was retaking my MCATs because I didn't do well on them the first time around. But all this was such a huge blessing, right? Obstacles are detours in the right direction, as Gabby says, and it was truth for me. And my acupuncturist, who I saw then, was the first step in guiding me towards healing myself on all the levels. And my subpar health was my awakening, my red flag. Until I began to feel better, I never realized how horrible I had felt. Soon, I became a patient of acupuncture in Chinese medicine and I enrolled in Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.

It makes me emotional because it was such a game changer for me. I just remember thinking studying Western medicine, it didn't feel like it was serving me and when Chinese medicine started to really shift my health and my life and my relationship with food, my relationship with myself, it was like, “Oh, this is what I'm going to do. I'm going to do this for the rest of my life.” And I'm so grateful for that because, and I talk about too through the acupuncture program's mandatory first year psychology track where the focus is healing yourself before healing anyone else, I finally overcame my eating disorder. I mean, and that was probably, I started acupuncture school in my late twenties, so I'd probably had an eating disorder at that point for almost seven, eight years.

It was significant. I never got hospitalized, but I mean, my God, I was skinny. I was losing my hair. I didn't have my period. It was a bad, it was a challenging time in my life. Now almost 20 years after my health reawakening, I'm prepared to guide you back to optimal health. And then I talk about self love and I say, I know it's cliche to talk about self love, but it was the cornerstone of my transformation. In order for you to make your own meaningful health shifts, it needs to be the cornerstone of yours. So when I'm talking about self love, and you guys have heard me say this so many times, I'm not talking about shoving affirmations down your throat or anything like that. I'm just talking about being patient and compassionate with yourself, finding forgiveness for yourself.

Don't kill yourself if you don't do it perfectly right away. So I clearly state that here. I do not want to create an orthorexic kind of person either that then all of a sudden it's… We're going to do live soon around orthorexia and the dietary recommendations that I have because I think it's a really important topic to touch upon. And one thing I say a lot and mean is perfection does not equal pregnancy, so if you're trying to get pregnant, but perfection does not equal health. Skinny doesn't equal health. Perfection doesn't equal health. Perfect lab markers does not equal health, right? Health is mental, it's emotional, it's physical, it's nutritional, but health is also allowing yourself to be human and have errors. You're not a robot, okay? This is not about being perfect. What I say here, do the best you can do right now and strive to do better each day.

If you follow my recommendations, even just 70 to 80% of the time, you will still see the results. Of course, the more committed you are, the faster you will see your health shift and the more lasting your transformation will be. But through all of this, be easy on yourself. We are all human. And then I talk about me. Yada, yada, yada. I talk about an eczema flare up that I had after I gave birth to James because there was an emotional component to it. My diet couldn't have been better because I was breastfeeding, all this stuff. I was being really hard on myself emotionally about stopping breastfeeding and I was judging myself because I wanted to stop breastfeeding, but everybody in my world breastfed for 12 months, 16 months. And I felt like a big old loser for stopping at 10 months or 12 months, which is just ridiculous.

I just said this, I have a new mama group and I was live there this morning and someone asked about breastfeeding and when to stop and I was like, “Girl, you do you. You do what works for you. If breastfeeding doesn't work for you, don't do it. If three months works for you, awesome. If six months, awesome. You do you. Don't let other people tell you what you need to do and don't let yourself feel judged by others.”

And I was going through a major space of judgment and I got this huge flare up of eczema right on my boob, which I thought was fascinating because obviously there was a mental emotional connection there. But out of that came a lot of clarity about what I gave birth to in this book because this was the first book I wrote after giving birth. So in order to heal and thrive, we all must… So these are the pillars of the Body Belief plan. We must reconnect to our bodies spiritually, emotionally and physically. We must renew the beliefs we have about our bodies and our health. Do you believe you can get better? Do you believe you are worthy of feeling good or do you think you're worthy of suffering? It's a very, very deep question to ask yourself. And then number three, we reawaken our health through eliminating environmental toxins.

Remember, environmental toxins are not just chemicals or pesticides. They include emotional toxins, too, such as toxic relationships, including a toxic relationship with ourselves. And I get into all that in this book and we're going to go through it when we do book club in the coming weeks. So let me break these down so you are clear. When we are disconnected from our bodies, there is a loss of communication to the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of who we are. At the very root of autoimmunity is the body's not recognizing itself and, therefore, mistakenly attacks itself. This inability to distinguish self from non-self isn't purely a physical or cellular issue. It's an emotional and spiritual one. Now is there a ton of data to back up that last bit, the emotional and spiritual one? No, but more and more is coming out about it. Is it something I see clinically?

Yes. Does clinical evidence give you a lot to go off of? Yes. Because I see it real deal in real people. So the first and most significant pillar of the Body Belief plan is to reconnect to yourself. When you reconnect and reestablish a kinder, more compassionate relationship with yourself, you can then tune into any skewed beliefs or thought patterns you have formed about your body and your health. One of the big takeaways I want you to receive from this book is that your beliefs dictate your behavior and your behavior dictates your health. Shifting the conversation you have with yourself and the privacy of your own mind is the most important step that we take. It's the most important first step because your body hears everything your brain says and neuroscience does support that. Remember, I didn't finish my Master's in neuroscience, but I have 75% of a Master's in neuroscience.

And then the second pillar is about renewing your beliefs. So I get, and we're going to go through all this and if you've done any of my programs, especially my Ignite Fertility program, we do a lot of this belief work there. My e-course, of course, I go super deep. If you coach with me, it's super deep into the beliefs, but we work on shifting our beliefs. And then the third pillar is all about the reawakening. So that's where we have the practical, tangible, lifestyle, diet, supplement stuff. So I've got your back.

I will coach you every step of the way. You are ready to take ownership of your new health transforming belief. I have the power to change my beliefs and radically shift my health. I have the power to change my beliefs and radically shift my health. When we are connected to ourselves and believe in our bodies and our health, we treat our body like the temple, which so funny that Temple is my married name, right?

Like the temple that it is. You may be dealing with less than optimal health or living in the state of disease, but that doesn't have to devastate your life. Your disease does not have to define you. Your disease does not have to define you. Through reconnecting to yourself and renewing your beliefs about your body, you can reawaken your health and triumph over your illness. You have the power to radically shift your health and the Body Belief plan will enable you to do that.

You're welcome. Thank you. Okay, so there we have it. Autoimmune book club introduction and preface done, but it's so nice for me to dig back into this book because, yeah, so much of my soul is in here and I appreciate you guys tuning in and listening to me go through this one. So the last Thursday of every month is book club, like I said, and we'll continue to break down Body Belief over the coming weeks.

Okay. So if you haven't gotten your copy and you feel intrigued by what I talked about, please go out and get it. And if you do have a copy and you love this book and it's made a difference in your life, please leave a review. The reviews, especially on Amazon, help us reach more people and you guys know that that's my mission, to empower as many women as I possibly can so that they can live the life of their dreams. And you all deserve that. You are all worthy of feeling your best every day. I love you guys. We'll see you soon. Okay. Ciao.


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