The Unexpected Ways Diet Impacts Your Health [Podcast]

PCOS Podcast 83 Magdalena“The why is equally important because once you understand what goes on in the body and how food can impact the various parts of our body, that impact then the hormones, you are much more motivated to start making changes.” – Magdalena Wszelaki

Magdalena Wszelaki is one of my favorite podcast guests and the author of the brand-new book, Cooking for Hormone Balance. She rejoins the podcast to discuss her “three-legged stool approach” to hormonal balance and offer practical advice on how to use foods (including herbs) to manage your overall health as well as specific symptoms. Listen in (or read the transcript) as we discuss:

  • foods to choose for gut health and hormone balance
  • estrogen dominance symptoms and healing
  • PMS & why it’s not normal
  • risks of removing your gallbladder
  • coffee consumption and alternatives

HERBS FOR PCOS [PODCAST] 

Cooking For Hormone Balance website

Magdalena Wszelaki is a Certified Holistic Health Coach accredited by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She received her education from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City. Before becoming a health coach she had a long, fast-paced career as a strategic planner for the advertising powerhouse called WPP in both Asia and the US. She also regularly practices Vipassana meditation and is a Level II Reiki healer. Her own health journey with health issues and the failure of the medical world to adequately address them started with Graves’ Disease in 2001, and later Hashimoto’s Disease in 2008, and adrenal fatigue stage 2. In 2012, she was later diagnosed with estrogen dominance and heavy metal toxicity. Today she is in remission from Graves’ and Hashimoto’s and has managed to reverse her estrogen dominance. She is sharing lessons learned from her experiences and helping other women to rebalance their hormones with everyday practices at www.hormonesbalance.com. | Read More on PCOS Diva

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