9 Things That Need To Change in The Standard of Care Being Provided to Girls and Women with Solaine Douglas
Fertility Awareness Method & Using Daysy to Track Your Menstrual Cycle with Nat Kringoudis
The Role of The Thyroid in Sex Hormone Balance and Fertility with Jacqui Lamplugh
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Today I chatted to Roz Rowen from Natural Pets Aus to discuss everything from dog food, the benefits of feeding a species appropriate diet, alternatives to chemical worming treatments and the potential structural damage that collars can cause, particularly if used with force.
How we can ‘choose’ to be happy in our lives now, we touch on the curse of being chronically busy (something I see in many of my female clients), the importance of finding your people in 2021 and what we can be doing to connect even when we aren’t allowed to see each other due to lockdowns and isolation.
Here to guide women who are ready to make changes to their health, ready to transform their symptoms so that they can live their best and healthiest life possible.
Nutrition is confusing. Hormones are more confusing. Too many women are told they are “fine”, that their symptoms are “normal” - because they are common.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
With the right nutrition approach, some testing and a little strategy it is possible to heal.
Meet Your Hormones Obsessed Nutritionist