As part of our #SelfCareSeries, Registered Nutritionist and Women’s Health & Wellbeing Expert, Le’Nise Brothers from Eat Love Move, has given us an easy-to-follow, hormone-friendly recipe for you to try. This recipe is perfect to have whilst you are on your period. The chickpeas are high in iron, which helps to replace the iron lost through your bleed. They also contain phytoestrogens, helping raise your oestrogen levels. This is beneficial as your oestrogen levels will
As part of our Period Powerful Profile series, we’re interviewing inspirational people running change-making campaigns or businesses. Next up, we chatted with Kimberley Dobney, Founder of an innovative project called Turn & Flow. Alongside her Marketing Designer Ciara, Kimberley is on a mission to make use of organic menstrual waste to save the planet. First things first, tell us about yourself… “Hello! I’m Kimberley, founder and project lead on Turn. Our small team is
Noticed changes to your menstrual cycle during lockdown? We caught up with Medical Herbalist and founder of Forage Botanicals, Natasha Richardson to find out how these changes to your lifestyle could impact your period. “A lot of things have changed this last month. For many of us, our lives are hardly recognisable. This shift can cause us a lot of stress and result in another unexpected change: a surprise period. By surprise, I mean one
Looking for some hormone-friendly breakfast recipe ideas? We’ve got you covered. As part of our #SelfCareSeries Certified Women’s Health Coach, Jessica Duffin, has shared some super yummy breakfast recipes with us. Jess specialises in endometriosis. The recipes are hormone-friendly, aim to help with reducing inflammation and help you feed your body with nutrients that give it strength. Hazelnut Red Velvet Smoothie This smoothie is perfect as a decadent but healthy breakfast towards the end of
In this blog, we are chatting to endometriosis health coach, Jess Duffin, all about her easy to achieve health habits for endometriosis. We’re nearing on the end of February, and perhaps some of your motivation is waning. That’s okay! If your endometriosis health goals feel too scary right now, or your health is struggling too much to even consider reaching for goals, I’ve got three simple health habits that could change the game for you.