Nutrient Rich Recipes for Healthy Menstrual Cycles

We love eating healthy…but truth be told, neither of us likes to spend an inordinate time in the kitchen.

Our recipes are nothing flashy (go to PrimalPalate.com for the real deal from our good friend Hayley!) but focused solely on making nutrient-dense foods more easily available to you.

In fact, many of these recipes were created by Alex when she was in medical school.  This means they are geared for someone who has very little time and a small budget!

Happy eating!

Podclass 13: Disordered Eating

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 13 is about disordered eating, something that both Megan and Alex have dealt with. With disordered eating being such a common issue in women of all ages and confusion about food philosophies in general, this is an...

read more

Podclass 12: Dieting With The Cycle

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 12 kicks off our exploration of cycle related issues that are common to many women. And dieting within the setting of the cycle is a major topic! If you’ve ever been successful with a certain diet plan and then found that...

read more

Podclass 11: Pause Phase Action Items

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 11 outlines and explains the most important action items for the last phase of the cycle, the Pause phase. The two phases prior to this one are all about moving forward and establishing new, healthier habits. The Pause...

read more

Podclass 10: Plateau Phase Action Items

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 10 digs deep in the most important action items for the third phase of the cycle, the Plateau phase. After an action-packed Rise phase, it’s the perfect way to transition to the post-ovulation rhythm of the female body...

read more

Are you ready for the Black Friday 2018?

That special time of year is almost here… the holidays!   We love this time of year; it must be all the eggnog (!!) and the opportunity to give gifts to those we care about or a little well deserved gift for ourselves.   Our Annual Black Friday Sale is coming and it's...

read more

Podclass 9: Rise Phase Action Items

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 9 is all about the best action steps to take during the second phase, the Rise phase. We often talk about this being our favorite phase and it’s because of how much we’ve been able to accomplish with much less effort in...

read more

Podclass 8: Release Phase Action Items

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 8 brings us right back into the first phase, the Release phase. This time however, we’re getting even more detailed. This episode is all about the action items that are most important for beginning to live in sync with...

read more

Podclass 7: Pause Phase Basics

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 7 rounds out the last phase of the cycle, the Pause Phase. This phase happens from days 22-28 (for a 28 day cycle) and marks the transition point from one cycle to the next. This portion of the cycle is where the most...

read more

Podclass 6: Plateau Phase Basics

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 6 jumps into the third phase of the cycle, the Plateau Phase. This phase happens from days 15-21 (for a 28 day cycle) and gets its name because hormone levels even out following ovulation. Our actions for this phase mimic...

read more

Podclass 5: Rise Phase Basics

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 5 gets specific on the second phase of the cycle, the Rise Phase. This is one of our favorite phases! This phase happens from days 8-14 (for a 28 day cycle) and is characterized by a powerful surge in hormone creation....

read more

Moon cycles and your period

Talking about the moon in a series on common hormonal imbalances probably seems a little weird. But what can we say: we believe in the power of nature and our place as animals in it! We originally brought in moon cycles to our 4 Phase Cycle approach so that women...

read more

Low ovarian reserve in younger women

This article in our series is from Alex. As a long-time endometriosis sufferer and someone who has had most of her ovaries destroyed by undiagnosed endometriosis (I had diagnosed myself first in medical school and was ignored by my doctors!), I have a soft spot in my...

read more

Archives

If you’re sick and tired of feeling beat up by your hormones each month(ugh, totally been there!) but are new to this approach, you may want to check out our Starter Guide:

Click here to get our free Wild Feminine Cycle Guide

(This guide was created to put everything you need to get started with living in sync with your menstrual cycle all in one place! Oh, and it's FREE!)