• Why Women Need to Ovulate

    Is it important to become intimately familiar with our cycles even if we don’t have any reproductive problems? Being aware of our cycles, especially ovulation, not only helps us to form a positive relationship with our bodies, but it also may protect us from diseases such as breast cancer. Evidence shows us ovulation is vitality important for many aspects of long term health. What is your cycle telling you? It’s easy to take notice when menstruation is late, early, too long, too heavy, a wierd colour, or any number of other issues, but do you know anything about ovulation? Even women with regular cycles and minimal symptoms could be experiencing a lack…

  • Thank You for Liver Longevity

    The liver is not always the first organ that jumps to mind when thinking about increasing your longevity, but it is one of the most important. A healthy liver is vital for great skin, weight balance, happy hormones and beautiful hair. This rather large organ, found under the floating rib on your right side, has more than 500 different functions. All of these important jobs play a major role in your energy levels including storing nutrients and energy, processing fats, clearing out old hormones and cleaning your blood. Depending on whether you support or hinder your liver could make the difference between having the energy of a sloth or of…

  • Reframing Endometriosis

    For most women menstruation is a time of heightened sensitivity, for women with endometriosis it can be disabling. With approximately 176 million women and girls suffering from endometriosis worldwide, it can now be seen as a global epidemic. What is Endometriosis? During normal menstruation the endometrial tissue (lining of the womb), which has been building up throughout the month, becomes swollen then breaks down and is eliminated as long as pregnancy has not occurred. Now imagine what it would be like if this endometrial tissue grew in places it shouldn’t? In women with endometriosis this tissue can be found between the uterine walls, in the fallopian tubes, on the outside…

  • How to Nourish Your Hormone Harmony

    Today more and more women are suffering from symptoms of unhappy hormones. Whether it’s polycystic ovarian syndrome, infertility, or hot flushes, these problems all stem from the same culmination of stressors. In fact problems with adrenal stress, thyroid disorders, reproductive health and mental emotional health, all go hand in hand. There is no separation, the group of endocrine glands and neurotransmitters all function together in one beautiful orchestra. When we learn to listen to our internal signals, we hear the call of our hormones. Weight gain, water retention, depression, mood swings, sleep problems, digestive problems, low energy levels, reactiveness, anxiety, low libido, skin problems, reproductive irregularities, slow metabolism, panic attacks, neurosis,…