Clean eating, meditation, supplementing, and exercise are essential for the overall health of your mind, body, and spirit. I began changing my lifestyle and daily routine in 2012 when I was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is an endocrine (hormone) system disorder that affects women of reproductive age; it presents with a host of different symptoms, including small cysts in the ovaries, irregular menstrual cycles, weight gain, and acne.
Although medication was an option, I wanted to heal my body naturally, and by focusing on my kidney, liver, and bowel health I started seeing improvements. I supplemented properly, found a routine and balanced diet that worked not only for my health but with my lifestyle. I discovered that optimal health even when you're dealing with a chronic condition is all about working with your body—not controlling it. Since then I've created a program for clients and supplements that are designed around healing and balancing hormones. I work with women all around the world to help them through their healing journeys—from PCOS to adrenal fatigue to anxiety. Here are some of the things that I, personally, do every day to support my hormone health.