Tell us a bit about your journey in the world thus far. Who are you, what drives you, and what are you proud of having accomplished?
I'm Katherine Hay and I'm a clinical nutritionist and a mother to my daughter Sunny. I specialise in gut health, and reproductive health including preconception, pregnancy and postpartum. Watching my clients achieve their health goals ignites the fire within my soul and is my whole purpose as a practitioner. I'm incredibly passionate about holistic health and nutritional medicine and holding my clients hands (so to speak) through their health journey. I'm proud to have created Kaptured Nutrition Clinic which is my clinic and I have two other practitioners who work alongside me to support our community around Australia, I'm also the co-host of a podcast called The No BS Approach To Motherhood which is incredibly fun and rewarding.
Walk us through your journey with the SuperFeast tonic herbs and how you have incorporated them into your daily life.
I use these daily in my morning coffee and breakfast meals to support my resilience for the day, especially on busy clinic days when I need my nervous system to be regulated. They are easy to consume and I love how they make me feel.
What is the most potent intention for your health/life in general, that you feel the herbs are supporting you in at the moment?
Creating work life/balance with a sense of calm - the herbs are supporting my nervous system and helping me stay in parasympathetic nervous system dominance.
What does it mean to be Superhuman to you? (To us at SuperFeast it represents a state of activation, having a clear vision and the strength to execute it).
My Superhuman is very similar to SuperFeast - energy cultivation to be able to work on my goals and aspirations.
What kind of human would you like to be when you enter your older years?
Calm, abundant, wise, strong and humble.
What are the habits/practices/rituals that bring you back to yourself?
I love using a sauna, walks in nature, movement, reading a book and learning about topics I'm interested in.
What's the one piece of advice you would give to someone who is wanting to cultivate health and vitality?
Start with the foundations - blood sugar regulation through diet and macronutrient consumption, stress management, movement and hydration. Take it slow and cultivate energy as you move through the process.
What are you doing, small or large, in your daily life to help cultivate sovereignty of mind/body/spirit for yourself, your community or the planet?
Giving back to the community through Kaptured Nutrition is a big part of my clinic's values. Whether that is through consultation work, organising care packages or running events for the community.
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