Your Menstrual Cycle is a Productivity Tool!

You're the best at your job, but you may not feel 100% productive everyday. What if you can use your hormones to bio-hack your way to the top? We studied the research and built a productivity guide to make your hormones work for you, bosswoman!

Heavy period flow - should you worry?

Each woman’s period is different. Although "normal" varies for each woman, and even with time, there is a level above which your period is definitely abnormal. Here's everything you need to know.

Plastics and Hormonal Damage

Plastic is not just a villain to the environment but also to your health and fertility! Obesity, infertility, even healthy pregnancy and babies - having plastics in your life can cause serious harm to all of these! Here's everything you need to know.

Late Period? Don't panic yet!

I bet this has happened to you - for no possible reason, your period is delayed. You know it’s impossible to be pregnant, unless it’s some miracle. But don’t panic yet. Here’s a list of everything else you need to check before jumping to conclusions.

PMS Free Periods!

No, we're not crazy. PMS is nothing but a symptom of a stressed body that is unable to clear excess hormones efficiently. With a healthy diet, exercise and lifestyle routine, you can have absolutely symptom-free periods!

Phytoestrogens - the good, bad and ugly

Phytoestrogens are plant-based estrogens that naturally occur in many common foods like soy, almonds, sesame seeds, apples and carrots. They have many health benefits.

The Easiest Way to Stick to a Plan

You know how you make New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier and exercise every year, only to abandon those plans by February 1?
You’re not alone.

Is my period Normal?

Your body is unique. So is your menstrual cycle. Your period can be an important indicator of your health. According to science, a normal period can vary widely. It’s important to know what’s “normal” for you. That means how often your period happens, how light or heavy it is, and how long it lasts.

Skincare and the Menstrual Cycle

Have you noticed how your skin type isn’t the same through the month - it’s oily one week and dry the next? As your hormones change throughout the month, your skin’s needs change too. Here’s everything you need to know to keep your skin glowing all month long!

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