What lifestyle changes can help with PMS?


To help manage premenstrual syndrome (PMS), making certain lifestyle and dietary changes can be beneficial. recommends maintaining a balanced diet that includes sources of whole fat, milk products, grains, fruits, and vegetables. It's important to choose healthier options like avoiding excessive amounts of red meat and preferring meat from sustainable sources. Additionally, including vegetables in your meals and opting for less bacon or deli meat are suggested for better hormonal balance and overall health 1.

Hormonal Impact on Fertility

Natalie and Andrew discuss the correlation between body fat, ovulation disorders, and fertility. They emphasize the importance of a balanced hormonal environment and provide straightforward dietary recommendations for optimizing fertility.

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Dr. Natalie Crawford: Female Hormone Health, Fertility & Vitality