Hey, friends! Today I’m just popping in to share a post I wrote for the DTFN blog. However, before I do that I want to take a second to point out some new features on the blog! I spent all Monday tagging posts and reorganizing categories so that it’s easier for you guys to find the information you are looking for. First up, I reorganized the recipe index. If you hover over the recipe index you will see a whole bunch of categories pop down at once.
Make sure you scroll down so that you can see all the categories! I basically made it so you can search for recipes ANY way you want! I know with the holidays coming up looking for the right recipe is not something you want to spend all day doing so hopefully this helps!
The second update I made is to update the health tips section. Previously there was just one big page you could go to look for posts, it’s still there if you actually click on Health Tips instead of hover over it.
However, now if you hover over health tips you will get a drop down with all kinds of categories you can quickly explore!
Again make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom so you can see all the categories available!
I’ve written a TON about all kinds of nutrition topics over the years but I feel like those posts just get lost in the new posts never to be seen again. Hopefully, now this helps those of you that are looking for information on these topics to quickly access it! Let me know if there is ANY category you want me to add and I’m happy to do it!
Okay, now on to today’s topic! Since so many of the DTFN clients are monitoring their weight weekly, one of the number one questions clients ask is about their cycle and weight gain. Since I’ve been working one of the DTFN owners, Tina, on balancing out her hormones she asked me to write a post about it for the blog!
Related posts on hormone health:
- Why You Need Carbs For Healthy Hormones
- Recovering from 5 Years of Amenorrhea
- Post-Pill Amenorrhea Update (4 months later)
- Seed Cycling for amenorrhea, irregular cycles, and hormone balance
- How to Make Your Hormones Work For You (What to eat/how to train)
- Iron Foods, Functions, and Facts (related)
- My friend Ashley wrote an ebook called Fit & Fertile (affiliate link)about her experience with Amenorrhea as a Group Fitness Instructor and what she did to get pregnant naturally. Her experience was different t n mine, but similar in some ways as well. Either way, it was definitely a comforting read.