Welcome to the Four Seasons of the Menstrual Cycle: Part 4

Welcome to Cycle Syncing! Part 4

The Luteal Phase (Autumn) approximately 22 to 28 Days

This is part four of a four-part series on your menstrual cycle of what is happening within your body and how to complement your hormones with diet and exercise.

Cycle syncing!

What is it and how does it affect your period?

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Welcome to the Four Seasons of the Menstrual Cycle: Part 3

Welcome to Cycle Syncing! Part 3

The Ovulatory Phase (Summer) approximately to 15 to 21 Days

This is part three of a four-part series on your menstrual cycle of what is happening within your body and how to complement your hormones with diet and exercise.

Cycle syncing!

What is it and how does it affect your period?

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Welcome to the Four Seasons of the Menstrual Cycle: Part 2

Welcome to Cycle Syncing! Part 2

The Follicular Phase (Spring), 6 to 14 days.

This is part two of a four-part series on your menstrual cycle of what is happening within your body and how to complement your hormones with diet and exercise.

Cycle syncing!

What is it and how does it affect your period?

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Welcome to the Four Seasons of the Menstrual Cycle: Part 1

Welcome to Cycle Syncing! Part 1

The Menstrual Flow (Winter)

A four-part series on your menstrual cycle of what is happening within your body and how to complement your hormones with diet and exercise.

Cycle syncing!

What is it and how does it affect your period?

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Cycle Syncing

Welcome to Cycle Syncing!

A four-part series on your menstrual cycle.

What is happening within your body and how to complement your hormones with diet and exercise.

Cycle syncing!

What is it and how does it affect your period?

Read More
Why Meal Plan?

Meal planning is simply taking some time throughout your day, to plan some or all your meals. It’s a way to help you organise, save time and money, and have a course of action.

You can plan for yourself or plan for your family. Plan to eat healthy or plan a treat night out. Plan your snacks and meals, or simply plan your lunches so you aren’t spending money on cafe foods during the week. What you plan and how you do it is totally up to you.

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Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting (IF) is not a new concept and has been utilised traditionally in religious ceremonies throughout history. For example, in Ramadam, Lent and Yom Kippur. In contrast when it comes to modern day fasts, they are mainly undertaken by people who want to lose some weight or for health reasons.

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Amazing

Amazing like incredible, awesome and fabulous, are words to describe really great things. However, amaze which is the base of the word amazing means to astound or perplex someone.

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Why we choose the foods we eat

Why we choose the foods we eat!

When you decide to eat food, your choices are not always as they seem. For example, your life experiences influence food decisions that include your ideals, personal factors, resources, social contexts and food context such as, traditions, associations, budget or availability. The secret then is to balance your food systems and combine it with a nutritionally balanced diet (Furst, Connors, Bisogni, Sobal & Falk, 199

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