Holistically approaching health issues that may arise during any stage of a women’s life by integrating proper nutrition, emotional health and physical wellness ensures your vitality, health and wellness for years to come. These resources are focused on helping women thrive in a healthy lifestyle.
Our bodies are wonderfully and innately designed to heal, repair and thrive. Learn holistic ways to best support your body so it can heal, repair itself and thrive with proper nutrition, stress reduction techniques and detoxing. You’ll also learn about the gut-brain connection and how the foods we feed our children affects their behavior.
Our mission is to guide women through the intimate, challenging, and profound passages of life. To educate, empower, and motivate women to reclaim their vitality by supporting the body’s inherent self-healing process.
Mother’s milk contains everything needed to mount immune responses, from antibodies to multiple types of immune cells and more. While they originate from the mother’s immune system, these components of milk appear to be curated Read More
The bladder is part of the urinary system, which filters waste products from the blood and transports the waste products out of the body through urine. Cancer of the bladder develops when abnormal cells in Read More
Women feel less stressed on weekends, when there is more downtime, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York. Lina Begdache, assistant professor of health and wellness studies at Binghamton University, researches Read More
What are hormones? Hormones are chemical messengers, and they play a very crucial role in healthy bodily function. They control your appetite, they help your weight, they stabilize your mood. Hormones also include things like Read More
A study in postmenopausal people suggests eating nutrient-rich prunes every day may be beneficial to bone health, reducing inflammatory factors that contribute to osteoporosis. Plums and prunes are impressively high in nutrients. They contain over Read More
Millions of couples experience difficulties when trying to become pregnant. For 15 percent of these couples, infertility cannot be traced to a specific diagnosis or condition. In addition to lifestyle changes, like diet and exercise, Read More
According to the CDC, 12 percent of women and 10 percent of men ages 15 to 44 have reproduction issues. As a result, the United States’ fertility industry is valued at $8 billion, according to Read More
It is important to prioritize your vaginal health, whether it be scheduling a visit to the gynecologist, exploring period relief solutions, preparing for safe sex, or proactively maintaining vaginal flora. Don’t neglect vaginal health as Read More
Finding stretch marks on your skin is never a happy discovery. But these long, thin, rippled streaks can be diminished using a variety of treatments and some cases may even be preventable. A form of Read More
Getting enough protein is vital to maintaining muscle health, especially as we age. Most adults don’t even get the minimum recommended dietary protein allowance. Inadequate protein intake is especially problematic for middle-aged women because they Read More
Women and girls face unique health challenges across their lifespans. Some women’s health conditions like menstrual cycles, pregnancy, birth control, and menopause are unique to women.
A number of health issues affect only women and others are more common in women. What’s more, men and women may have the same condition, but different symptoms. Many diseases affect women differently and may even require distinct treatment.
We tend to think of breast cancer and osteoporosis as women’s health diseases, but they also occur in men. Heart disease in a serious concern to both men and women, but risk factors and approaches to prevention are different. Women may also have specific concerns about aging, caregiving, emotional health issues, and skin care.