Having a healthy body image goes beyond not hating about what we see. It begins with acceptance, of who we are and what we look like, and deepens into feeling healthy and happy.
While yoga cannot serve as a replacement for timely medical help, it is widely known for enabling the regulation of our endocrine system and helping restore hormonal balance
Apart from promoting a positive attitude towards food, mindful eating encourages us to beat our unhealthy eating habits by being present in the act of eating.
Nearly 40% of Americans are obese and ~40% of non-obese Americans have some form of metabolic disease. Seeing a physician who can help you make better food choices can save you time, money and stress.
Would you rather workout alone or do it alongside your friends as you dance to Beyonce? Cohort-based-coaching combines live workshops, video modules, communities and coaches to create powerful learning experiences.
Studies show magnesium to play a significant role in prevention and treatment of menstrual problems, including PMS, cramps, mood disorders and migraines.
PMDD, a more severe form of PMS, can disrupt the normal functioning of life and deserves proper care and medical attention
There are a few causes for irregular periods. Not all warrant immediate concern, but some could be indicative of underlying health conditions
Sugar cravings could be the result of a nutritional deficit, an overabundance of a certain food, or just a bad habit that needs changing.
Menopause and Perimenopause bring with them far reaching biological, psychological and physical ramifications, that need care and attention.
Anywhere between 45% to 93% of reproductive-age women experience period cramps, which can be relieved via lifestyle changes or medication.
PMS can be an annoying acquaintance or your worst enemy. Learn about symptoms, causes and lifestyle changes for optimal management.
Understanding the significance of circadian rhythms can help you improve your lifestyle and health. We speak from personal experience.
COVID-19 presents both good news and bad news for pregnancies.
PCOS is a complex, heterogenous condition. Diagnosis is complicated and varied.
We asked 6000 women what their doctors have to say about their menstrual health.
building the future of health
Talk to Us