MOTHERHOOD Q&A

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself…

I’m Hannah, 28 years old, mum of two from Sydney. I’m currently studying a Bachelor in Naturopathy and have just one year to go. I would describe myself as a free spirit, lover of new experiences and a professional overthinker. And I may as well mention I’m a Sagittarius for all us astrology nerds.

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MOTHERHOOD Q&A

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself…

I’m a mum of 2 gorgeous boys, and one on the way (secret’s out!). I work as a women’s health Dietitian and Exercise Physiologist and have a special interest in the journey from pre-conception, through pregnancy and post-partum. This is a phase of life that is just full of change, and being able to support women with their health holistically is a huge

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MOTHERHOOD Q&A

This months featured Mama is Wendy, who is the creator behind Mammas Milk Bar . Her beautiful business provides delicious blends to support mums and their milk supply. I have tried these blends and can wholeheartedly say – they are divine ! This gem was created from a personal experience and has grown into an inspirational business.
Wendy is a mother of 2 and has shared some amazing tips and experiences surrounding motherhood, health and hacks !

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SEED CYCLING: BALANCING HORMONES WITH YOUR DIET

Let food by thy medicine – Hippocrates

PMS is so common that it is perceived as normal. Many of us experience some form of discomfort and bodily changes prior to our cycle, including bloating, breakouts, sugar cravings, fatigue, and mood swings. These symptoms can vary in severity and are partly controlled by two important hormones – Oestrogen and Progesterone. These two hormones are part of the endocrine system and are constantly present, however they rotate dominance in alignment with your cycle. They also play an important role with androgens (testosterone), which can cause certain symptoms (e.g. breakouts).

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