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Ever heard of the ‘endometriosis diet’ and have been confused about what it actually is? Then this episode is for you. Today is a career (and life) highlight - I’m getting to talk to Take Control of Your Endometriosis author Henrietta Norton. Henrietta Norton’s book was at the very beginning of my holistic journey with endo, and it was her words and endometriosis diet plan that helped me to really understand nutrition for endometriosis. If there’s an episode to listen to, it’s this one.
Kate takes us through how chronic pain conditions affect our mental health, emotions and quality of life, why changing our experience of and relationship to pain is so important and how we can learnt to live more positively with endometriosis through mindfulness for pain.
Today I’m talking to the incredible Elena of ONNA and The Yoni Empire, all about endometriosis-associated dyspareunia, otherwise known as painful sex, and how we can move from healing pain to finally experiencing pleasure
In today’s episode, we talk about the link between the pelvic floor muscle dysfunction and endometriosis and the role of physiotherapy and pelvic floor therapy for endometriosis. We also discuss how we can start supporting our pelvic floor with physical therapy exercises for endometriosis at home, and what to expect from a pelvic floor therapy session. Listen here!
In this episode, Lisa Hendrickson-Jack drops some serious truth bombs. We discuss the side effects of the birth control pill and the risks of using hormonal birth control to mask endometriosis symptoms without addressing the root of the problem, stopping the pill with endometriosis and treating endometriosis without birth control and finally, why we really need to start seeing the menstrual cycle as our fifth vital sign to enhance our health and wellbeing.
Alice Smith is the 23 year old Trustee and Young Ambassador for Endometriosis UK causing a well deserved stir in education. I chat to her about why ending period shame is essential to reducing diagnosis times of endometriosis and other menstrual related conditions, and why teachers need to be talking about menstruation in schools so young people can recognise signs of serious conditions earlier.
In this episode I’m talking to Kate Magic, founder and Creative Director of Raw Living, Europe’s leading raw food and super foods supplier. Kate has now launched her latest book, The Empowered Woman, which is all about female hormones, women’s empowerment and working with our body to support our hormones in order to feel our best. In this episode, we're talking about her new book and dive into female hormone health and endometriosis.