Any Mum Can
Any Mum Can
Jun 8, 2021
Play • 1 hr 11 min

Episode #18

Kim Linfoot talks about her personal experience with endometriosis, the misdiagnosis of it and her personal journey through taking part in many medical trials to then going her own way to live with this chronic condition, and she is 22 years on in her journey.

She is an upbeat happy person who wants to raise awareness of this condition and help women identify what is going on for them regarding their periods so they can manage their discomfort better or overcome it completely.

Kim shares:

  • What endometriosis is.
  • How what you eat really matters
  • Why different foods help and or make it worse
  • What mental health practices can help

About Kim
Kim Linfoot is the proud mum of Martha Lily, who is 4 and a partner to Matthew who is a Nurse.
Kim’s background is in the musical theatre profession and she still gets the joy of performing professionally with her band, The Hummingbirds and teaching others how to get into the performing arts industry. She has been a teacher and mentor now in education for the last 15 years and loves it! Kim has always had a passion for coaching others and supporting people to flourish into their best selves.

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Connect With The Host
My name is Versha Patel. I transform lives, working with Career Women 40+ to get their health and quality of life back in balance, give themselves more energy and gift themselves with prioritising themselves and ending self-sacrifice and trade-offs in their life. I am a women's movement and nutrition specialist coaching behaviour change to transform energy levels, body and health. Empowering women to create lasting changes in health, body, and let go of disempowering eating habits and access their inner power. Accelerating their energy levels, to feel healthier and 10 years younger. Changing nutrition and movement to feed the mind, hormones, and body. Overcoming the internal struggles, getting comfortable feeling uncomfortable and learn to know and love themselves to take advantage of evidence-based neuroplasticity change in the brain means anything is possible. Supporting women to step out of the shadows that live within them, and step into their power, giving them even more, to give to those around them. And to live a happy healthy life in a body they love and deserve.   

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