The 3 Most IMPORTANT Steps for Hormone Balance
How to Reduce Menstrual Cramps
Everything in our body is RELATED, which is why the standard “put out flames” model of healthcare doesn’t work when it comes to women’s hormonal health.
Addressing one specific area of the body might help alleviate symptoms in the short term, but it totally ignores the fact that our entire body works together in a very delicate and sensitive way.
We must look at all the pieces and parts of the endocrine system to start feeling truly vibrant and like our goddess-selves again!
I am going to breakdown the 3 most important areas of hormone health for you and give you some very tangible and practice tools you can start implementing right now to start feeling better a lot faster.
Working Out and Your Cycle....What You Need to Know.
I am going to be REAL upfront with all of you … I still struggle with some intense period pain each month. Just like clock-work, day one of my period comes around, and I am hit with some mega cramps. It can be really frustrating to work so hard on your diet and stress reduction and still find yourself curled into a ball with a heating pad, essential oils (and let’s be real, some ibuprofen), each month. So, I hit up my favorite hormone books/holistic coaches to figure out what in the WORLD is going on with menstrual cramps, and the science behind them.
The Period Blues…What GIVES?
I recently posted a story over on my instagram about the importance of syncing your workouts with your menstrual cycle.
The response to my story was incredible, and I figured I should share in a little more detail over here!
Women are becoming increasingly more aware of how their cycle affects their everyday life. We WANT to know more about how we can honor these weekly hormonal changes and what in the world is happening within our body.
We have been left in the dark for too many years regarding the beautiful complexity of our reproductive system. It’s time we change that!
Why I Created the 3-Month Coaching Program
Here you are again...period time. Just like clockwork, you feel your mood spiraling downward and that familiar urge to cry at literally nothing at all sets in. What GIVES?
Our bodies go through some intense hormonal changes throughout the month, and most of the time, we are working against them … not for them.
Why Work with a Health Coach?
I was always afraid of how anxious or nervous I was going to feel. I would worry about being able to make it through the work day without feeling completely exhausted. And I dreaded waking up with yet ANOTHER upset stomach. Most of all, I was constantly stressing about the “best” food to put in my body. I was always on the defense! And my negative self-talk was making the situation even worse.
Maximize Your Morning Routine With These Tips
The most frequently asked question I receive is.... well ... what does a health coach do?
Most of us already know that we should be eating whole foods and moving our bodies, right? I mean, the internet is practically overflowing with the next "perfect diet" and "calorie-burning exercise routine" you MUST do in order to achieve optimal health.
With so much information at our finger tips, what's the point of working with a one-on-one coach?
Well here's a little secret...
Stress and Your Health: 3 Easy Steps Towards Healing
Morning routines are incredibly important when optimizing your gut health. How you start your morning directly affects how you are going to feel for the rest of the day! Along with making sure you get in a solid breakfast (which I can't wait to talk more about at my workshop on August 4th) there are a lot of little lifestyle modifications you can make to detox your body and boost your energy.
Eating for Hormone Balance (With Nutrition Consultant, Ellie Thomas!)
You may find it challenging to eliminate your top stressors at the moment, (especially if it is work or family related), so let's start small! There are so many ways you can find balance in the body from a nutritional and holistic standpoint.Below are my top 3 components for reducing stress in the body. These are the 3 steps I focus on first when working with my clients (and myself!)
It's Not All In Your Head! 3 Key Components to Living a Healthy and BALANCED life.
Whether a woman has been diagnosed with PCOS, endometriosis, PMDD, infertility, fibroids, thyroid imbalances, or struggles monthly with PMS symptoms, painful cramps, or acne, there are many ways to support the natural balance through diet and lifestyle shifts. So, what can you do right now to be supporting natural hormone production and balance?
Is Hormone Imbalance Affecting You? A List to Jumpstart Your Healing!
Some studies suggest that as many as 80% of women are living with hormone imbalances that affect everything from chronic fatigue syndrome, PCOS, hypothyroidism, and rheumatoid arthritis (to name a few). Autoimmune disease is now the third most common category of disease, and get this, 78% of sufferers are women. Where do we go from here?
How to Live Happily with Your Hormones
For so many years of my life, I thought that my symptoms (painful periods, fatigue, anxiety, acne...) needed to be fixed by resources outside of myself. It wasn’t until I took a hard look at my lifestyle and nutrition - and really learned to slow down and tune in - that I completely flipped that belief upside down....
My Big Body Breakdown
Through personal experience, a lot of research, and talking to some amazing professionals in the field, I have seen some awesome shifts in my own life. We absolutely CAN live happily with our hormones instead of fighting against them month after month. It is so empowering!
My Naturopathic Doctor Visit
After years and years of pushing my body to the brink, drinking way too much coffee, and the inconsistency with my eating and self-care practices, my body finally broke down. And this time, it was sticking around for way too long.
So I started looking searching for naturopathic doctors in my area and finally found someone I trusted and booked my first appointment.