Eating for hormone health

As a registered Nutritionist, I am required to complete a minimum of 30 hours continued professional development a year, but in reality, I do much more than this. Nutrition science is fast moving and so conferences, webinars and reading are just some of the ways I stay on top of the research.

I recently completed a month-long Practitioner training re-visiting everything relating to female hormone balance from PMS, PCOS and Endometriosis to painful periods and all stages of menopause. The difference with this training, and why it is a month long, is that the practitioners are following the advice and recommendations themselves. This was one of the hormone supporting meals, a veggie Pad Thai, it was delicious!

I plan to post more recipes and key tips on eating to support hormonal balance to give you some practical ideas on how a few small changes could make a huge difference to your health and how you feel.

Like most other people I get stuck in a rut of eating the same meals day in day out, and for me that couldn’t be truer for breakfast… I love my morning smoothie but today my day started with scrambled eggs with basil and sautéed kale. I have to admit it was quick and easy and very satisfying and no hunger pangs until lunchtime.

More photos and tips coming up soon.

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