Set Yourself Up For Success

Set Yourself Up For Success
Two big things we covered are strengths and support...meaning knowing and using your strengths and enlisting a solid support network.

Both of these are integral to your long term success...
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Beginners Guide to Healthy Eating

Beginners Guide to Healthy Eating
If you’re currently not eating a healthy diet, it can be difficult to start. 

However, healthy eating - along with some movement - is very important for gaining and maintaining  good bodily function...and goes a long way towards living a disease-free life...
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Amazing Antioxidants

Amazing Antioxidants
The prefix 'anti' means against, in opposition to, or corrective in nature. In this case, the 'anti' in antioxidant describes the effect these chemicals have against oxidants.  
 
Oxidants, usually referred to as 'free radicals' are produced as a natural by-product of the millions of biochemical processes undertaken by the body every minute. The same life-giving oxygen that supports all the functions of the body creates these harmful by-products which cause cell damage, usually to DNA, fats and proteins...
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How To Support & Manage the Gut-Hormone Connection

How To Support & Manage the Gut-Hormone Connection

In the previous blog post, I detailed the link between gut health and hormone health...

But, I didn't tell you steps that you can implement to support the connection. So, how do we manage this...

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The Gut-Hormone Connection

The Gut-Hormone Connection

If you experience any sort of digestive problems, we can almost guarantee that you are going to have hormone problems…

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3 Decisions I Wish I Made Earlier in My Hormone Journey

3 Decisions I Wish I Made Earlier in My Hormone Journey
“Learn from the mistakes of others. You can't live long enough to make them all yourself.” - Eleanor Roosevelt  

What a smart woman! Mistakes are a part of life, but the fewer things you have to learn the hard way, the better, right?!

When it comes to sharing my own hormone journey, I’m an open book...Because I wish people shared this sort of information with me when I was just getting started...
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Tomato Basil Soup

Tomato Basil Soup
Summer officially starts tomorrow, but I am still enjoying soup! They are quick, easy, are nutrient dense and have a host of health benefits...what's not to love?

One of the main reasons I enjoy soup year round is because they are incredible for gut repair. Having Hashimoto's, an autoimmune condition, and a long history of digestive issues, gut health is a top priority for me...
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Walnut Milk

Walnut Milk
Many people choose to remove dairy because they don't tolerate it, while others do so because they prefer not to have it or are vegan.

Whatever the reason, nut milks have grown very popular in the last decade or so...
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PCOS and Sex Hormones

PCOS and Sex Hormones
The PC in PCOS stands for polycystic, which simply means many cysts.

These cysts are actually follicles that contain immature eggs.

The problem is that they never mature enough to trigger ovulation to occur….and this means that progesterone and oestrogen levels are going to decrease...
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Chocolate Protein Chia Pudding

Chocolate Protein Chia Pudding
When working with clients and members in my online program, The Healthy Hormone Method, I am often asked what are some quick and easy, yet delicious recipes for breakfast and snacks...
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