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I’ve always been someone that is naturally optimistic and able to see the positive. When I’ve been through a challenging time I don’t dwell on it and often just push through and make the most of a bad situation and take it as a lesson learned. But last year even I struggled to that. It totally knocked me for six and made me re-think who I was, what I wanted, what I was passionate about. Fundamentally it changed me as a person.

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An elimination diet is the gold standard when it comes to figuring out whether any foods are affecting your health (and hormones) but it can seem like a really restrictive and complicated thing to do. In this vlog, I talk you through what an elimination diet actually is, why it can be really beneficial and the best way to do it to get the results you need.

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When you feel tired all the time it can have a massive effect on how you function in day to day life. Fatigue is really common during the perimenopause and in this video I look at the reasons why and what you can do to boost those energy levels and stop feeling so exhausted. 

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There is alot of confusion around hormone testing, whether it is worth doing, what tests you should be requesting from your GP and what you need to be referred to privately via a qualified health practitioner.

In this blog post, I aim to shed some light for you.

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As they say “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day”

Eating the right breakfast can help you have sustained energy, more energy and balanced moods. Find out how a good breakfast can help balance your hormones and one of my favourite simple recipes, my homemade muesli.

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Herbs have been used for centuries to help balance hormones and minimise symptoms of PMS and the perimenopause, but in the western world, the modern day medicine practices had taken over. With more women turning towards more natural practices to manage the symptoms of their hormones imbalances, the use of herbs has becomes more prevalent.

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