Get Healthy: Optimize your Body
Whether symptom relief, egg health, or general health are what you looking for, we simplify the paths you can take so you can make the best decisions for yourself! We dive deeper than "eat healthy" or "take your vitamins." You need specifics.
What are the Right Supplements for Me?
If only it were as easy as creating a list of supplements every woman should take. Given our diets, symptoms, conditions, the type of supplement(s) you need varies. The good news is we have resources for you to both inform you and guide conversations with your practitioner(s).
Supplements and the purpose each serve
Interview with a supplement expert
“Those who think they have no time for healthy eating will sooner or later have to find time for illness.”
Which Diet is Right for Me?
The food we ingest has an incredible impact on how we feel and our appearance. For example, our founder tried the AIP diet and her anxiety disappeared!
However, when making the decision to change your diet, it can be overwhelming to determine how. We break down the main diets for you.
Remember - do what's right for you, take baby steps. If still unclear, talk to a nutritionist.
What you MUST Know
Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture
Hear what Dr Marc Sklar has to say about how Eastern Medicine can support your health and how to find the right practitioner.
Hear what Aimee Raupp has to say about how it is your lifestyle, not your genetics that impact your health and many of your syptoms!
Given limited to no clinical trials on these items, it is tough to recommend, yet helpful to be aware of their claims, possible benefits, and risks. Always talk to your practitioner.
CLAIM: Naturally re-balance your body's hormone levels (namely estrogen and progesterone) ingesting (flax, pumpkin, sesame & sunflower) during the two different phases of your menstrual cycle
USED BY: Often by women with PCOS and/or period pain
CLAIM: Can act as an alternative to common kegel exercises, they may strengthen vaginal muscles where benefits may include: decreased incontinence, re-toning post-childbirth, increased orgasms
CONCERNS: Inserting into the vagina can increase your risk of infection or cause other, more serious harm
CLAIM: Used by Maya midwives and healers to treat common female complaints. Involves steeping herbs in boiling water and then sitting on a chair with slits over this steeped water
CONCERNS: May increase your risk of vaginal infection by altering the vaginal bacteria ecosystem
Maya Abdominal Massage
CLAIM: Can alleviate gastritis, indigestion, constipation, heartburn, lack of appetite, tightness in stomach and build emotional equilibrium
CONCERNS: Should not be performed during period, too soon after birth, during first trimester, if using an IUD, or if there is cancer in abdomen