Hormone balance, Period Health, Women's Hormonal Health, Women's Hormone Health

Why Your Period is Not the Most Important Part of Your Menstrual Cycle

Don’t get me wrong, periods are amazing. As a women’s health coach specializing in hormonal health, I’m a huge fan. But sometimes, we get so caught up with our monthly bleed that we forget about the most important aspect of our cycle. Ovulation. We only experience a true menstrual cycle after ovulation, and this is only possible when our … Continue reading

Health & Wellness, Hormone balance, Women's Hormonal Health, Women's Hormone Health

Harmful Chemicals are Destroying Your Hormones. Here’s What You Can Do.

What we eat is crucial to building balanced hormones, but what’s equally important are our beauty products, toiletries and household cleansers! Our toiletries and cleansers tend to get overlooked, yet the play a crucial part in causing painful periods and serious hormonal imbalances because of the harmful chemicals they contain called endocrine disrupters. Endocrine disrupters … Continue reading

Health & Wellness, Hormone balance, Women's Hormonal Health

10 Reasons to Add Turmeric Into Your Diet

From curing the common cold to preventing or fighting against cancer, turmeric is an essential spice that you should become familiar with. With a long history of being used in traditional medicines such as ancient India’s Ayurveda, it has lately become more recognized in western practices – it’s really no surprise that it is currently … Continue reading

Hormone balance, Women's Hormonal Health, Women's Hormone Health

Natural Remedies for Fibroids

70% of women will experience fibroids in their lives before the age of 50 and they are also 2 to 3 times more likely to form in African American women. Fibroids can be quite painful, while some women don't even feel them at all. Symptoms of fibroids: 💥Pressure in the pelvis resulting in constipation or … Continue reading

Hormone balance, Uncategorized, Women's Hormonal Health, Women's Hormone Health

5 Ways Stress is Messing with Your Hormones+ How to Manage It

Guest post by Kayla Cluett, CHN The adrenal glands are amazing. They are small but incredibly mighty and critical for the health of our entire organism. Unfortunately, they are often overlooked when it comes to many of the health conditions we are faced with today. Adrenal hormones are the major response of the body to … Continue reading

Period Health, Women's Hormonal Health, Women's Hormone Health

How to Banish the PMS Blues

As women we are vulnerable to the “PMS Blues”. This is a time when we're prone to mood swings, bloating, swollen breasts, irritability, acne, headaches, and cramps. But this can be avoided! PMS and PMDD happens in our luteal phase (post-ovulation) because our estrogen drops during this time, and it brings serotonin down with it. Serotonin makes … Continue reading

Health & Wellness, Hormone balance, Period Health, Women's Hormonal Health, Women's Hormone Health

5 Foods That DESTROY Your Hormones

I'm a firm believer that with the right diet and lifestyle, any hormonal condition can be put into remission, and I'm living proof! I was born with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), but with the right diet and lifestyle changes its been in remission for 2 years now! Isn't the power of food as medicine incredible?! … Continue reading

Hormone balance, Period Health, Women's Hormone Health

What the Color of Your Period Blood Means For Your Health

Your period is an invaluable indicator of the overall health of your body. Think of it like a monthly report card providing a brutally honest evaluation of your diet, lifestyle, and environment. If you are suffering from painful periods, horrible mood swings, or perhaps not having periods at all, these are all indicators that something … Continue reading

Hormone balance, Period Health, Women's Hormonal Health, Women's Hormone Health

Why Ovulation is More Important Than Your Period

Don’t get me wrong, periods are amazing. I’m a huge fan. But we get so caught up with our monthly bleed that we forget about the most important aspect of our cycle. Ovulation. Ovulation usually happens mid-cycle, except for ladies on the birth control pill, as they do not ovulate nor have a period, instead they … Continue reading

Period Health, Women's Hormonal Health, Women's Hormone Health

Post Birth Control Syndrome + 5 Steps to Balance Your Hormones After the Pill

If you recently quit hormonal birth control, you're probably going through a bit of hell right now. I know it's not fair, but you are going through something called Post Birth Control Syndrome. This withdrawal process from hormonal birth control (HBC) lasts anywhere from 6-12 months, and it peaks at month 6 (1). It's usually around this time … Continue reading