Testosterone Imbalances

Testosterone Imbalances

Normally, women consider testosterone imbalances a problem for men. The truth is that good testosterone levels are necessary for optimal female health. Low sex drive, hair loss, energy levels, and anovulatory feminine cycles are all linked to dysregulation of...
Progesterone deficiency

Progesterone deficiency

Like estrogen dominance, progesterone deficiency is an incredibly common hormonal imbalance we see.  This is because just like estrogen dominance, our modern lifestyles and environments continually push us towards this imbalance. Chronic stress from hectic lifestyles,...
Why we use functional lab work

Why we use functional lab work

The best way we’ve ever heard conventional medicine summed up is that Western medicine will help you stay alive, but it won’t help you live. We’ve found this to be true, both in our own lives and through countless patient encounters. Functional medicine, as we see it,...
Estrogen Deficiency

Estrogen Deficiency

Even though estrogen dominance is a more common hormonal imbalance, estrogen deficiency happens frequently and can have incredibly uncomfortable symptoms. Low estrogen levels can potentially cause perimenopause, but we’re learning that more young women have this issue...
Estrogen dominance

Estrogen dominance

Estrogen dominance is popular in women’s health circles because it’s important and prevalent. While we love the content on the subject, we have our perspective on estrogen dominance in regards to the feminine cycle. We’ve seen first hand what supporting what’s ALREADY...
Common Hormone Problems Series

Common Hormone Problems Series

Megan and Alex here. You asked and we created! In this series, we’re going to be going through the most common hormone imbalances, such as estrogen dominance and progesterone deficiency, as well as how they impact your health. We will talk about hormone imbalances...
Podclass 4: Release Phase Basics

Podclass 4: Release Phase Basics

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 4 gets started on the details of the first phase, the Release Phase. This phase happens from days 1-7 (for a 28 day cycle) and is focused on releasing what no longer serves you, physically or mentally. With how the brain...
Podclass 3: Overview Of The Cycle

Podclass 3: Overview Of The Cycle

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Overview of the 4 Phases Why the first and second phase go together Why the third and fourth phase go together Phase 1 is the Release Phase.  This starts day 1 of your cycle until day 7 Phase 2 is the rise phase.  When everything...