Cramps are no fun! They can really wreck the day and unfortunately women are taught from a young age that they are 100% normal and that they have to grit and bear the pain.
The good new is: YOU can take control of your health, support your body naturally, and overcome these symptoms with a little guidance.
Learn the top 3 ways you can support your body while coming off of the hormonal birth control pill. This guide gives you permission to ditch the conventional medicine model that says you need a prescription pad to feel better. You don’t! YOU can take control of your health, support your body naturally, and overcome these symptoms with a little guidance.
Seed Cycling is a concept that was created based on the idea of syncing certain key nutrients to different phases of your menstrual cycle to optimize your hormones throughout the month. Using seed cycling along side a customized nutrition & lifestyle plan can be very effective for long term hormonal health.
The thyroid is a butterfly shaped gland on your throat and that produces many hormones in order to fuel our body for growth, reproduction and energy. It greatly influences overall health and quality of life. So balanced thyroid hormones are critical when it comes to balanced health.
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SHE TALKS HEALTH IS FOR WOMEN INTERESTED IN WELLNESS AND, MORE SPECIFICALLY, IN WOMEN’S HEALTH.
We aim to finally give you clarity around the widespread health issues plaguing women today – from the rise in infertility to epidemically high numbers of chronic illness like endometriosis & Hashimoto’s to the intricacies of the female libido, hormonal fluctuations, the birth control pill and regaining optimal mental health for women.
SHE Talks Health helps women reclaim their health through learning practical nutrition and holistic lifestyle changes. The show also empowers women by educating & exposing them to foremost leaders and experts in the world of Functional Medicine so they can finally have straightforward answers to their most mystifying symptoms & confidence to do the right things for their health.