5 Simple Secrets for Healthy Summer Hair

Ah, summer has arrived! The season of fresh local berries, warm summer evenings, lazy beach days, and parched, brittle hair. That’s right – summer hair can be an uphill battle! The good news is that you can help protect your tresses from the effects of UV rays, heat, pool water, or whatever summer throws your way more…

Endometriosis Awareness Month: How Diet and Lifestyle Are Involved in Hormone Balance

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, aimed at helping people understand this reproductive condition thought to affect at least 176 million people worldwide. Difficult to diagnose without exploratory surgery, endometriosis can cause a variety of symptoms including: Dysmenorrhea (painful periods) Menorrhagia (heavy bleeding) Irregular periods Pelvic pain unrelated to the menstrual cycle Dyspareuina (painful sex) Back more…

4 Week Focus for Female Hormone Health

Hormones may run the biological show, but they tend to stay under our radar—until that one week of the month when imbalance rears its ugly head as cramps, cravings, and changing moods. PMS is a warning signal that something is amiss, not a natural or necessary part of periods. Different hormones are active at different more…

A Natural Approach to Problematic Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding your baby is an important part of being a new mom, but when problems arise it can hamper both your baby’s development and impair bonding. Perhaps breastfeeding is too painful, or maybe your milk supply isn’t meeting baby’s needs? Don’t worry, for there are a number of natural approaches to problematic breastfeeding and we’ve more…