Plant-Based Canada Podcast

Episode 30: Dr. Marianne Trevorrow on Supporting Women's Health on a Plant-Based Diet

April 05, 2022 Plant-Based Canada Season 1 Episode 30
Plant-Based Canada Podcast
Episode 30: Dr. Marianne Trevorrow on Supporting Women's Health on a Plant-Based Diet
Show Notes

In this episode of the Plant-Based Canada Podcast we interview Marianne Trevorrow. Marianne is a naturopathic doctor registered with College of Naturopaths of Ontario who has been in practice since 2006. She focuses on the care of identified women with chronic complex pain and reproductive issues, including patients with endometriosis, PCOS, infertility, and problems associated with menopause, as well as pelvic pain pre and post-menopause.

She supports and practices plant based eating as a foundation to good health, as well as being more sustainable for our planet. 

Since 2018, Marianne has also taken on a new role as Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors Journal (CANDJ) -- the professional journal of the Canadian ND Association. She has published in her areas of clinical expertise in several peer-reviewed Integrative Medical journals, and maintains an active social media presence and blog.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Dr. Trevorrow’s path to naturopathic medicine.
  • How she incorporates evidence-based medicine into her practice.
  • Her work with the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors Journal.
  • CANDJ’s mission to promote conversations around plant-based eating.
  • How diet can impact menopause, PCOS, fertility, and pregnancy.
  • Advice for identified women interesting in adopting a plant-based diet. 
  • Misinformation in the health and wellness space.

Socials/Links:

Website

CANDJ

Instagram

Twitter 

Studies/Articles:

Eat Lancet Report

Seventh Day Adventist Health Study

Harvard Fertility Study

The Crossroads of the Planetary Health Paradigm: An Indigenous Perspective


This Podcast was hosted and edited by Clinton Stamatovich.