What You Can Do About Your Fertility Today With Nat Kringoudis

Natalie Kringoudis on the mindbodygreen Podcast

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Nat Kringoudis is a fertility expert, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) doctor, acupuncturist, and best-selling author. When she first opened a health clinic 15 years ago, she had no intention of working in women's health but quickly noticed how many women were struggling with infertility and began to search for answers to their issues, always asking the question, Why?

Nat joined me on the mbg podcast to talk about why fertility is a conversation that needs to begin long before women are trying to have a baby, how she uses TCM practices for her patients, and the most significant factors contributing to infertility today.

In this episode we talk about:

  • The No. 1 thing to address if you're struggling with infertility
  • Three nutritional tips for supporting healthy hormones and fertility
  • The mindfulness exercise Nat gives all of her patients for the moment they leave the clinic

We talk about the foods that help balance estrogen levels and the big reason women should take the time to understand their menstrual cycle. You'll hear her thoughts on PCOS, endometriosis, perimenopause, menstruation, and much more. Nat's holistic approach to women's wellness empowers women to take charge of their health, make proactive choices, and encourages us all to keep on asking that all-important question, Why?

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