This strategy uses the principles that I see make the biggest difference when we want to improve our relationship with food, and nourish ourselves better so we not only look our best, but also feel our best! This will allow us to extend our health longevity, improve physical and mental performance, and yes – fit better into our clothes. And it can be done effortlessly with the SMART eating strategy!
We women are complex beings in the best sense of the word. And our nutritional needs can be complex too. As we go through life, we need to adapt our diet to support the different stage we are in. What we eat can impact our menstrual cycle, increase or decrease PMS. Our nutritional needs also change tremendously during pregnancy, postpartum and lactation. And as we get closer to menopause, our diet and lifestyle can support a smoother transition with a hormonal turmoil we can manage. 🙂
Join Vesela Savova Drews – certified holistic nutritionist, for a 4-week program arming you with the knowledge and practical tools you need to meet your health goals. This includes a 21-day meal plan, live cooking classes and workshops on nutrition.
The Plateful Nutrition Membership is now live and we’re starting this October!
What does it take to create a new habit that will improve your life? It’s mainly two things: CONSISTENCY and ACCOUNTABILITY. These are the cornerstones of the membership. Each month we dive into a specific topic with theory and practical tools. Discover all the themes on the Membership page.
Estrogen is an important hormone for our reproductive health, and in females it helps control the menstrual cycle and is particularly important for childbearing. But estrogen has more functions than that. It also helps keep cholesterol in control and protects our bones. Whenever estrogen gets out of balance, we can suffer some unpleasant consequences.
It’s officially soup time! Try this recipe if you’d like a nourishing and warming meal:
While largely recognized for the role it plays in thyroid health, iodine plays a bigger role than that when it comes to women’s health. It plays an important role in oestrogen metabolism, breast tissue development, ovulation, foetal development and more.
Contrary to popular diet culture, based on food and calorie restriction, intuitive eating is a way of eating that promotes a healthy attitude towards food and body image. It is an intuitive process that requires us to be in touch with our body and its needs, and drops the “shoulds” and “don’ts”.
Do you know if your meal is balanced? And what does a balanced meal actually look like?
In this video, I am sharing with you how to assemble a healthy bowl so that it can be not only delicious but vibrant and nutritionally balanced too.
So many women complain about painful periods, PMS and fatigue, and yet it is often considered normal, as it is so common. But just because these symptoms are common, it doesn’t mean they are normal.