Weight gain is one of the main complaints of women going through the perimenopause, and low carb diets are often touted as the solution. You probably already know that I’m not a fan of diets at all so wanted to give you my take on what a low carb diet actually entails, what the benefits are and also the negative effects it can have on your hormones so you can make an educated decision on whether it would work for you.


If you’re not sure where to start with making changes to your diet and lifestyle to improve symptoms of the perimenopause than download my Hormone Balancing Recipe Guide, which is a great starting point and includes recipes and foods that both you and your family can enjoy. Click here to get your copy.



The foods you eat can have a big impact on the production of your hormones and how they are released and used in your body. As you head towards the perimenopause, it’s even more important to ensure that you are supporting hormone production and that levels are optimised.

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Minerals help our bodies to produce energy and so important for optimal hormonal health. When we are deficient than it can lead to fatigue, PMS, infertility and reduced bone health. In this video, I talk about my top 5 minerals for optimal hormonal health in women.

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Try this breakfast as a great start to the day! The oats slowly release energy throughout the morning so you’re not starving an hour after eating. The flaxseeds are a phytoestrogen which help balance out your oestrogen levels and the blueberries and cacoa provide an antioxidant boost.

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