Nat Kringoudis and is a doctor of Chinese medicine, Acupuncturist, Author, Speaker and all-round natural fertility expert. She’s also the founder of Melbourne women’s health clinic, The Pagoda Tree, creator of Yo’Nuts and producer of HealthTalks TV.
It’s her mission to educate and empower women like you, so you can get clued up on your body and take control of your hormone health.
She wants to help you ditch the stress, the confusion and the endless disappointment, and give your temple the love and attention it deserves. Balance your hormones, balance your life.
Find Nat online at www.natkringoudis.com
In this interview we cover:
0.00 Intro and the role of hormones and Estrogen Dominance
3.20 – Progesterone
4.00 – Testosterone
5.23 – Cortisol
6.30 – Adrenalin
6.50 – What can we do to correct these things
8.52 – The impact of food on hormones
9.52 – Take small steps
13.20 – Simple ways to reduce stress levels
14.16 – Hormonal skin problems
16.58 – We are complex – where to start
18.22 – The pill and transitioning off medications
19.12 – PMS symptoms
20.44 – Is spotting normal?
21.07 – Menopause
23.34 – Is there such thing as a normal period?
26.47 – Why we bloat and why its a problem
30.24 – Where to start with eliminating inflammatory foods + Repairing the gut
38.03 – Guide to healthy weight
39.58 – Is there a weight your body is happy at?
41.36 – Weight in different area’s and what it can be related to.
43.45 – Weight is the symptom not the problem
44.55 – Why we crave certain foods. The body telling you something, and mind chatter.
49.15 – The importance of setting yourself up at the start of the day with breakfast
50.04 – Timing of cravings
53.54 – The foods that we crave and does it mean deficiencies
55.58 – The best kinds of chocolate
56.54 – Carb cravings and a simple switch to try
57.53 – What are you actually craving (is it maybe not food)?
59.19 – Alternatives to cravings – have options available
Nat also answered questions in a live session – view the recording below.
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