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Since you’re interested in hormonal health, here are a few more resources that you may find helpful.

Podcast Episodes

#30: Thyroid Part 1: Symptoms & Root Causes

This episode aims to teach you THYROID 101 so you understand how it works, what the symptoms are, and what some of the root causal factors could be. listen to the episode

#50: PMS and Menstrual Moods

Courtney Mayszak, RDN, LDN, Co Founder and Chief Product Officer of Delune, talks about the science behind PMS. listen to the episode

#66: How to Exercise Effectively with Hashimoto’s

In this episode, Dr. Emily Kilberd explains why traditional diet and exercise won’t do the trick for anyone diagnosed with Hashimotot's. listen to the episode

Blog Posts

How Your Beauty Products and Personal Care Products Affect Your Hormones

Do you have endometriosis, PCOS, irregular, missing, painful periods, hormonal acne? If you've already addressed your nutrients, sleep and stress, it may be time to look at the products you are using at home and on your body! read post

Natural Solutions to Support Your Hashimoto’s

Natural Solutions to Supporting Your Hashimoto'sA few blogs ago we discussed Thyroid Health 101 - we discussed what is the thyroid, ... read post

The Gut-Hormone Connection

Did you know that your most common hormonal imbalances like acne, painful periods, PMS, PCOS, endometriosis and moodiness, and even difficulty to lose weight could all start in your digestive tract? read post

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