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6 Key Wats to Put Yourself First

One of the things we focus on in the Path to Hormone Health Program is scheduling “ME” time.We women are sooo guilty of taking care of other people’s needs before our own.  Do you find yourself saying yes to absolutely everything and everyone that it’s become second nature?Ask yourself how you’re meant to look and feel after tending […]

4 Daily Ways to Use Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is not just a kitchen ingredient; it has a wide range of other amazing uses that promote great benefits for your health and physical care. Coconut oil has been increasing in popularity over recent years. With the current campaigns against the use of unhealthy fats, this powerful oil is in growing demand. The […]

10 Energy Boosters for Menopause Related Fatigue

Many women experience annoying symptoms when they go through menopause. One common complaint is fatigue, especially during the early stages of menopause when your body is adjusting to the new chemical balance. If you are experiencing fatigue as a result of perimenopause or menopause, you don’t need to suffer through it. Below are ten ways you […]

Hormone Health Talk

Recently I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Jenny Hughes from Jenny Hughes Healing. We talked about concerns women have about their hormones, symptoms women are suffering with and how taking a different approach will help you get the help and answers you deserve. Are you ready to take a more proactive role in your hormone health? If […]

Broccoli Supplement Breakthrough and Estrogen Dominance

Estrogen Dominance is epidemic and many women don’t know they have it or what it is. Estrogen dominance refers to a condition where your body continually produces estrogen in excess as compared to progesterone. During the follicular phase of your menstrual cycle, estrogen is naturally more dominant, but only for a few days.  Hormonal imbalance […]

Bone Health and Perimenopause

Should you be concerned about your bone health in perimenopause? Once a woman reaches perimenopause (the years leading up to menopause), her hormone levels start to change. Some of these hormones effect how the body uses calcium, one of the main building blocks of healthy bone. If it is not absorbed fully, however, it can […]

How to keep your cortisol levels in check

Do you feel tired and stressed more often than not? Are you noticing that you’re gaining weight easily and struggling to lose it? These can be signs that your levels of cortisol, a stress hormone, are on the high side. Should you be concerned? Chronic stress is a big culprit. Our bodies release stress hormones such […]

Little-Known Tricks to Help Beat Painful Period Cramps

Article submitted by Jennifer Birch Let’s face it: no matter how old you are, period cramps aren’t fun. They’re inconvenient at best and painful at worst. We’ve all had those days when the cramps are so painful we can’t even move! Dealing with period cramps is just an unfortunate fact of life, and as of […]

10 Ways Partners Can Support Women Dealing With Perimenopause and Menopause

Women going through perimenopause and menopause often feel as though they are alone in their plight to navigate the “change”.  Their partners often are not sure how they can help.   Share the tips below with each other.  Then if you would like additional support, join our tribe of women helping women over inside the Path […]

Menopause Myths People Believe

Many people believe that menopause always starts with hot flashes and weight gain. Is this true or is it a myth? While it’s true that menopause often results in hot flashes, one-fourth of all women experience no hot flashes as a result going through menopause.  What are some common myths many people believe about menopause? Menopause […]

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