Updated: Sep 2
Our hormones are constantly fluctuating throughout our cycle and many times it feels like there is nothing we can do to control it. Actually there is a good chance you have been told there is nothing you can do, but that's just not true.
While yes, there are some symptoms of hormones that are a sign of healthy function, these symptoms are mild and definitely should not disrupt your day to day activities.
If you are dealing with worsening symptoms of headaches, bloating, cramping, pain, acne, mood changes (to name a few) it's time to learn what you can do to balance hormones and support a healthy menstrual cycle!
Free Nutrition Webinar!
Learn what everyday factors can affect our menstrual cycle, what you can do to support a healthy cycle.
In this one hour webinar I cover everything from what to expect in a healthy menstrual cycle to why you may be experiencing irregular or heavy, painful periods. A must-watch for anyone interested in learning more about their body and hormones!
If our hormones become out of balance, we can end up with particularly bad PMS, heavy or painful bleeding, or miss our period completely.
Here’s what you will be learning in this webinar:
What is a healthy cycle look like?
What exactly is going on inside my body when I get my period.
Understand the many factors can affect your period frequency and length.
Learn how you can support a healthy cycle and period through natural, effective methods.
If you don't have time right now to watch the webinar, bookmark it and in the meantime you can download this handout that outlines the key points in the webinar.
Interested in taking next steps to balancing hormones and healing your gut? Check out my Hormone Hub group program!
Liz Riesen, Registered Dietitian
specializes in digestive and hormone imbalances. Often these conditions coexist and share common disruptive symptoms including mood changes, bloating, pain, irregular cycles, inflammation, and more. Liz is trained in identifying and healing food sensitivities, as well as balancing hormones naturally through nutrition and lifestyle.
Join me in the Hormone Hub and learn all about digestion & hormones.