Healthy Eating Tips & Tricks with Dr. Monique May
In this episode, I sat down and talked with Dr. Monique May, the Physician In The Kitchen ®, who is a Board-Certified licensed Family Physician with over twenty years of clinical experience.
We talked about the challenges women physicians are facing especially when it comes to taking care of our bodies and eating healthy.
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Dr. Monique is a best-selling author and self-proclaimed kitchen gadget junkie who loves to cook and experiment in her kitchen, which she lovingly refers to as her “lab”. Her first book, Meal Masters: Your Simple Guide to Modern-Day Meal Planning, is an Amazon best-seller. Her follow-up book, Doc Fix My Plate! The Physician In The Kitchen®’s Prescriptions For Your Healthy Plate Makeover will be released soon. She is well-known for her skills in the kitchen and started a home meal delivery service in the Charlotte area and an online cooking class. She has also created a line of delicious vegan and gluten-free pound cakes. In addition, she is currently attending culinary school and shares her adventures with her social media followers weekly.
In this interview, I discuss with Dr. May, healthy tips and tricks for women physicians as they are trying to balance their work and careers.
Here’s what we covered:
- Thinking about your career and leadership journey who or what may have been instrumental in that decision?
- What does a day as the physician in the kitchen look like? Who do you serve? What problem do you solve?
- Define healthy eating and why it’s important for women physicians to pay attention to our eating habits especially during times of stress?
- Define for us what self-care means to you and what self-care looks like when it comes to women in leadership in healthcare especially those on the front lines during this pandemic?
- When we look at the pandemic and how the lid has been lifted and exposed healthcare disparities, how would the ability for women to be able to care for themselves and their families with healthy eating help reduce those disparities and improve care?
- Give our listeners 3 tips on what it would take for women physicians to begin prioritizing our health through movement and healthy eating.
Follow Dr. May at www.drmoniquemay.com
Social media @drmoniquemay @physicianinthekitchen
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