Ugh if your anything like me, then you have experienced the dreaded “Endo Belly”…. you know when you are so bloating that your pants all of a sudden no longer fit, there is nothing in your closet that could possible hide your belly that feels like it is growing bigger and bigger. People wonder if they should congratulate you… but your response “nope just good old Endo Belly.” Over time I have learned some helpful tips for bloating…. so lets check them out!
Summer is my absolute favorite time of year, I love spending time in the warmth of the sun. A few years back, I would slap on whatever sunscreen I had laying around and head outside. It wasn’t until recently that I learned that most sunscreens are loaded with chemicals that are endocrine disruptors. As a Long Island Women’s Health Coach it was important for me to learn about these toxic chemicals, what to avoid and which safe sunscreens can help protect my skin as well as keep my hormones healthy and balanced
Do you know that 85% of women have at least one symptom of PMS every month?
What is PMS?
PMS stands for Premenstrual Syndrome, which is defined as a group of symptoms linked to a woman’s menstrual cycle. Every woman is different in what they experience, however symptoms usually occur 1 to 2 weeks before your cycle starts. For some women, PMS symptoms can be so severe that it effects their daily activities during this time.
Are you eating foods that are promoting a healthy digestive system?
Having a healthy gut is important for your overall health. Healing your gut helps your body maintain a strong immune system, as well as promotes good bacteria which tells our body that we feel good.
Let’s dive a little deeper and look at some of the symptoms that you may experience when having an unhealthy gut.
All of our body’s systems work together to help promote and maintain total body wellness and since approximately 80% of our immune system resides in our gut it is important that we heal and maintain it.
What is Magnesium?
Magnesium is a mineral that every organ in the body needs especially our kidneys, muscles and heart. It is important in regulating muscle and nerve function, building protein, bone and DNA. Magnesium also helps with controlling blood sugars and blood pressure. In women’s health, magnesium has been shown to help with PMS, irritability, low moods, cramps, premenstrual migraines, constipation, depression, breast tenderness, sugar cravings and bloating.