Blog, Recipes, Smoothies, Uncategorized, Women's Hormonal Health

Berry-licious Smoothie Bowl

If you're looking for something chock full of antioxidants and healthy fats for breakfast (and I really hope you are!) then this berry-licious smoothie bowl is just for you! This smoothie gives you all the healthy fats , fiber, and antioxidants you need for happy, healthy hormones. Ingredients: 1 cup blueberries half a banana 1 … Continue reading

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What Poop Has to Do With Your Hormones + 3 Tips to Relieve Constipation

Let's talk poop and your hormones. Yes, I said poop. I mean, everyone does it. It also happens to be a pretty important subject in regards to health, so I figured we should have this conversation sooner than later. We should all be having at least one to two healthy bowel movements a day, and if we're … Continue reading

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Why You Should Stop Calorie Counting Today

Have you ever followed a calorie restricting diet? I know I have, and chances are you have been through the grueling experience as well. And even though the pounds fell off quickly, think about what happened when you got off the diet - did the pounds stay off for long? They didn't, did they? There's … Continue reading

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Chocolate Cherry Smoothie Bowl

This chocolate cherry smoothie bowl makes for the perfect nourishing breakfast, as it's full of antioxidants, healthy fats, and protein to fuel your brain and hormones throughout your day! CHOCOLATE CHERRY SMOOTHIE BOWL 🍒🍒🍒 Ingredients: •1 1/2 cup non dairy unsweetened milk ( please not soy!) • 1/2 cup frozen cherries •1/2 avocado •1 scoop … Continue reading

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The 5 Supplements You Need to Be Taking Daily

Everyone has a different opinion about supplements. People tend to go one of two ways: conservative or liberal. Conservatives think that we can get all the nutrients we need from our diet, and liberals think that supplements can make up for a bad diet. In regards to supplements, I encourage you to be a moderate. … Continue reading

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How to Manage Hormonal Mood Swings

Healthy hormones are crucial for a healthy, happy you. With hormones, there is no cutting corners, and there is no faking it. Your monthly period is your monthly report card that tells you how you've been doing with your diet and lifestyle. Many times doctors will prescribe the birth control pill to mask a hormonal … Continue reading

Blog, Health & Wellness, Vegan and Vegetarian Health, Women's Hormonal Health

“What The Health” and What It Means for Your Hormones

By now you might have already seen the new vegan documentary, "What the Health" that is causing so much controversy. I am LOVING how this documentary has created a movement in people across the world to go vegan, vegetarian, or to cut down their animal consumption. I do, however, have a few BIG issues with … Continue reading

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10 Signs Your Hormones Are Out of Control

Your hormones can either work for you, or against you. When they are balanced you feel content and grounded, but when they are out of whack, you feel completely out of sync and out of control. Your hormones control your mood, your health, and your fertility, so it’s crucial to get them to their optimal … Continue reading

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A Hormone Balancing Tea For Painful or Irregular Periods

A painful period is your body's way of telling you something is off. If you are missing work or school because of a painful cycle, then something is wrong. Ideally, your period would sneak up on you with ninja stealth. No cramping, no bloating, no breast tenderness, no extreme fatigue. Your cycle would come every 28-35 days, and … Continue reading

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6 Alternatives to the Birth Control Pill

When I was 23, after having been on the birth control pill since the age of 14 (prescribed for ovarian cysts), I had had enough of the horrible side effects of the pill. So I quit. And guess what? I didn’t have a period for three months, I had terrible acne, and I was experiencing mood … Continue reading