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Hormones and Blood Sugar Balancing

Hormones and Blood Sugar Balancing

In my last blog about eating for balanced hormones I brushed over balancing blood sugar levels.  That's because hormones and blood sugar balancing is such an important topic that I wanted to dedicate an entire blog to it. So what has balancing blood sugar levels got...

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Eating for Balanced Hormones

Eating for Balanced Hormones

When you think of your hormones what comes to mind?  Hot flush? Moodiness? Periods? Menopause?  PCOS?  Do you know where to even start when it comes to an imbalance?  Eating for balanced hormones is just one tool that you can use to help create long term change....

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Natural solutions for hormonal acne

Natural solutions for hormonal acne

The quest for clear skin can seem like an ongoing battle.  One week your skin can look great, the next for no discernible reason, it can seem like it’s the worst it’s ever been.  Clear skin is about balancing a variety of habits and making sure you remain consistent...

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Living in harmony with your menstrual cycle

Living in harmony with your menstrual cycle

Do you find that your moods and your energy level change from week to week?  Do you wonder why one week you find it so easy to get to the gym whereas the next week you can barely pull yourself out of bed?  And perhaps it’s the same with food, one week you are the...

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What is a normal period?

What is a normal period?

As a homeopath, one of the things I ask women to tell me about is their period.  The most common answer I get is ‘normal’.  So I thought I would explore the idea of 'what is a normal period?'. Why do I ask about your period?  The menstrual cycle can tell me so much...

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Tips for a natural menopause

Tips for a natural menopause

Whilst doing some reading for this post, every other blog I read started with “the menopause usually occurs around late 40’s or early 50’s”, “symptoms include” and “hormone replacement therapy should be considered” and continued with ‘ailments’, ‘problems’,...

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