Battling the Bloat: Understanding Endometriosis-Related Bloating
Endometriosis is a complex and often painful condition affecting millions of women worldwide. Alongside its more well-known symptoms like pelvic pain and irregular periods, many women with endometriosis also experience a lesser-discussed but equally frustrating issue: bloating. In this blog post, Battling the Bloat: Understanding Endometriosis-Related Bloating, we’ll explore what causes bloating in women with endometriosis, and common symptoms, and provide five helpful tips to manage and alleviate this discomfort.Read More
Understanding Women’s Hormonal Cycles: A Holistic Guide to Cycle Syncing
As women, our bodies undergo a natural and intricate hormonal dance known as the menstrual cycle. This cyclical process, which is often misunderstood or overlooked, plays a crucial role in our overall well-being and deserves our attention. Understanding the average length of a hormonal cycle, its different phases, and the importance of being in sync with your cycle can empower women to embrace a more balanced and harmonious lifestyle. In this blog, Understanding Women’s Hormonal Cycles: A Holistic Guide to Cycle Syncing we’ll delve into the basics of women’s hormonal cycles and explore the benefits of cycle syncing.
Endometriosis-friendly Protein Smoothie.
This is one of my favorite recipes for a high-protein, anti-inflammatory smoothie that may be beneficial for women with hormonal issues such as endometriosis or PCOS. This protein smoothie is endometriosis friendly, loaded with ingredients that are known to be anti-inflammatory and support hormone balance.
7 Tips for Surviving Social Events with Endometriosis.
Social events can be a minefield for those with endometriosis. Dealing with well-meaning family and friends can make it challenging to stick to your healthy nutrition choices. But fear not! In this blog post, 7 Tips for Surviving Social Events with Endometriosis we’ll provide you with tips to navigate these situations with ease. Read More
Managing Sugar Cravings: A Guide for Women with Endometriosis
As an Endometriosis Coach at Season Winter, Inc., I understand the challenges that women with endometriosis face when it comes to managing their health. One aspect that often requires attention is sugar cravings. In this blog post, Managing Sugar Cravings: A Guide for Women with Endometriosis we will explore how sugar affects endometriosis, identify unhealthy sugar ingredients, provide strategies to manage cravings and suggest foods to help curb those irresistible urges. Let’s dive in!Read More
New Month – New Goals – 30-Day Wellness Challenge.
Even as an Endometriosis Coach, there are times when I need to refocus and challenge myself to get back on track. We are human, things happen. It’s easy to get off track, but once I start to feel its effects on my endometriosis, it’s time to refocus. So who’s ready for a New Month – New Goals – 30-Day Wellness Challenge?Read More
Menstrual Cycle Tracking.
At the young age of 9, I started tracking my menstrual cycle. This was something that my mom taught me and told me was important to do. As my journey with endometriosis started, I would see how tracking could help. Menstrual cycle tracking helped me learn when and what was going on with my body during certain weeks of the month. It wasn’t until recently that I began to learn how to support my body more during these times. Read More
What are the different menstrual cycle phases?
It seems easy enough for us to all know what the menstrual cycle is since we live with it. However, have you ever really looked deeper into each phase? Have you learned how each phase plays a different role in our lives, from nutrition, energy, mood, and much more? As an Endometriosis Coach, learning what are the different menstrual cycle phases was important to me. Read More
Top tips for helping deal with emotional eating habits.
We have all been there before, stressed out having a bad day so we grab our favorite comfort food to help. Then just when we think it’s going to make us feel better, we get hit with guilt and shame. Using food to deal with feelings or stress is emotional eating. Emotional eating is not necessarily a bad thing, but it may cause issues for some of us, here are some top tips for helping deal with emotional eating habits.Read More