Heal Your Cycle by Balancing Your Hormones – eBook


how to get a regular cycle she blossoms ebookAre you tired of suffering from irregular or painful periods? I know how you feel! I wrote this ebook because I struggled with an unpredictable menstrual cycle for four years. My periods were messy and inconvenient – and I felt bloated and uncomfortable almost all the time.

 

Coping with irregular periods was worse after I got married. Not just because of the “ick” factor, but because we were trying to conceive a baby. It didn’t take me long to learn that getting pregnant requires a regular menstrual cycle!

 

Since I couldn’t find reliable health information online about how to balance my hormones, I spent hours (weeks, actually) researching and learning the best ways to regulate my periods. I finally found the safest and most reliable solutions, and I organized it all in this easy-to-read guidebook. This ebook – Healing Your Cycle – will help you find the solutions that will work for your body.

 

Imagine living without the anxiety, stress, and worry of irregular, spotty, or missing periods! Think how wonderful it’ll feel to know your cycle is regular and your body is balanced.

 

And – even better – your energy will increase, your fertility will be protected, and you’ll feel strong and healthy physically and emotionally. You can and will heal your cycle and balance your hormones. It won’t happen overnight; nothing good happens that fast. But, it will happen. You will be fine, your body will be happy and healthy again. You just need to take the first few steps in the right direction, and keep going. Don’t give up.

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Healing Your Cycle:

Your Guide to the Safest Solutions for Irregular, Spotty, or Missing Menstrual Cycles 

Buy Now

$7 US

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This is a 140 page pdf guide that can be read on all devices. When you buy it, you get immediate access to the ebook. You’ll also get my personal email address; you can contact me directly if there are any glitches in the delivery system.

And, if you’re unhappy with the ebook, I will refund your money. A money-back guarantee!

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Table of Contents

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Part 1: What You Need to Know About Your Period

15 Frequently Asked Questions – and Answers!

    1. What is a “normal” menstrual cycle?
    2. Why aren’t my periods regular?
    3. When should I start worrying about irregular periods?
    4. How do I get a regular menstrual cycle?
    5. Why do I get blood clots during my period – and should I be worried?
    6. Why do I get so hungry before and during my period?
    7. What causes PMS (premenstrual syndrome)?
    8. What are the best natural ways to reduce PMS symptoms?
    9. What foods can I eat to regulate my menstrual cycle?
    10. Are vegetarian or vegan diets better when I’m getting my period?
    11. Are herbs or herbal supplements a safe way to regulate my cycle?
    12. Should I take the birth control pill to regulate my periods?
    13. Is it safe to skip my periods with birth control pills?
    14. Why are my periods irregular, now that I stopped taking the pill?
    15. How do I know when I should see a doctor?

15 Most Common Causes of Period Problems – and Quick Fixes

    1. Significant weight gain or loss
    2. Overexercise
    3. Poor nutrition
    4. Smoking
    5. Excessive caffeine, alcohol and/or drug use
    6. Eating disorders
    7. Increased stress
    8. Polycystic ovarian syndrome/estrogen dominance
    9. Primary ovarian insufficiency (POI)
    10. Uterine abnormalities (fibroids and endometriosis)
    11. Thyroid disorders
    12. Hormonal imbalances related to perimenopause
    13. Prescription medications
    14. Recent childbirth or breastfeeding
    15. A miscarriage or D and C

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Part 2: Simple Solutions for Irregular Menstrual Cycles

14 Best Tips From Holistic Health Practitioners and Doctors

    1. Discover the single most common menstrual problem for all women
    2. Dig up the roots of your period problems
    3. Take care of the most important factor in your health
    4. Learn the difference between food sensitivities and food allergies
    5. Listen to the messages your body is sending you
    6. Squirt stress hormones out of your system
    7. Soothe and relieve your PMS symptoms
    8. Poop once or twice a day
    9. Floss your teeth every day (the little things count!)
    10. Learn how sex affects your hormones and period
    11. Guard against environmental toxins and endocrine disruptors
    12. Take a second look at your beauty and hygiene products
    13. Stop putting off that visit to your doctor or health provider
    14. Prepare for the most common gynecological tests

10 Healthiest Ways to Balance Your Hormones

    1. Learn how your hormones make you happy (or miserable)
    2. Even out your estrogen levels
    3. Harness the incredible power of magnesium
    4. Tackle your thyroid (gently)
    5. Shake off the sugars and syrups
    6. Get tested for hormonal imbalances
    7. Take a cautious bite out of plant-based and soy proteins
    8. Consider a “flexitarian” eating plan
    9. Break out the botanical and herby medicines
    10. Learn about the brave new world of bioidentical hormones

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Part 3: Superfoods and Herbs That Will Regulate Your Periods

30 Superfoods to Boost Your Immunity, Mood, and Energy

      1. Beans (black, red, white, refried, canned)
      2. Berries (blueberries, cherries, cranberries, Goji, raspberries)
      3. Cacao or high-quality dark chocolate
      4. Chia seeds
      5. Dairy products (eggs, Greek yogurt, skim milk)
      6. Fish (salmon, sardines)
      7. Figs
      8. Flaxseed
      9. Grains (brown rice, bulgur, oats, quinoa)
      10. Green veggies (avocados, broccoli, Brussels sprouts)
      11. Hemp seeds
      12. Iron-rich foods (liver, oysters, spirulina)
      13. Kefir
      14. Leafy dark greens (beet greens, collard greens, kale, spinach)
      15. Lean meat (beef, bison, chicken, goat, lamb, liver, pork, turkey)
      16. Legumes (chickpeas, lentils, peanuts)
      17. Maca
      18. Nuts (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, walnuts)
      19. Olive oil
      20. Pumpkin and butternut squash
      21. Red veggies (beets, red peppers)
      22. Sauerkraut and kimchi (fermented foods)
      23. Seaweeds (kombu, wakame)
      24. Smoothies with a rainbow of raw veggies and fresh fruit
      25. Soy foods (natto)
      26. Sweet potatoes and yams
      27. Teas (green, stinging nettle)
      28. Tropical fruit (guava, kiwi, lychee, mango, pomegranate)
      29. White veggies (garlic, mushrooms, onions)
      30. Zucchini flowers

13 Herbs and Herbal Remedies to Improve Menstrual Health

      1. Phytoestrogens or plant estrogens – an overview
      2. Black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa)
      3. Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculousus)
      4. Blue cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides)
      5. Chaste tree berry (Vitex agnus-castus)
      6. Motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca)
      7. Red clover (Trifolium pratense)
      8. Red raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus)
      9. Saffron (Crocus sativus)
      10. Stinging nettle (Urtica diocia)
      11. Saw palmetto (Serenoa repens)
      12. Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)
      13. Wild yam (Dioscorea villosa)
      14. Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) (bonus herb!)

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Healing Your Cycle:

Your Guide to the Safest Solutions for Irregular, Spotty, or Missing Menstrual Cycles 

Buy Now.

Only $7 US 

This is a 140 page pdf guide that can be read on all devices. When you buy it, you get immediate access to the ebook. You’ll also get my personal email address; you can contact me directly if there are any glitches in the delivery system.

And, if you’re unhappy with the ebook, I will refund your money. 

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About Me

Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen She Blossoms blogsMy name is Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen; I’m a writer with 25 years of teaching, social work, and counseling experience. I created the “She Blossoms” blog series in 2008 and have been earning a living as a blogger and writer since then. I live in Vancouver, British Columbia with my husband Bruce and my two dogs, Georgie and Tiffy.

As an experienced freelance writer, I’ve been published in magazines such as Woman’s Day, Reader’s Digest, Women’s Health, and More. My undergraduate degrees are in Psychology and Education, and I have a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of British Columbia. I also have vast amounts of professional and personal experience with loss, letting go, and Blossoming into who I was created to be.

I love writing about women’s health issues – especially periods! When I couldn’t find any books specifically about getting regular periods, I gathered the best resources on women’s gynecological health. After months of reading and researching, I wrote Healing Your Cycle – and in it I share the best and most important tips and advice from gynecologists, fertility doctors, naturopathic physicians, and holistic health experts.

May you find the best remedies and quickest solutions, and may health and healing be yours.

In peace and passion,
Laurie
xo

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