Hormone Health Blog NZ - part of my women's health, nutrition and herbal medicine blog education series. As a NZ qualified hormone and fertility naturopath, I aim to answer all your burning hormone questions, provide comprehensive information and advice to empower you on your PCOS, endometriosis, thyroid or period journey.

These hormone blog articles are evidence based, informative and provide practical advice to allow you to take control of your health and hormones plus learn about your amazing body.

This NZ hormone nutrition and herbal blog draws on my clinical knowledge as a naturopath medical herbalist along with my experience from over two decades in the health and well-being industry within New Zealand and Australia.

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Hormonal Acne: How To Manage It In 6 Key Steps

Hormonal acne: Eeek, you’ve hit your 20s, 30s or peri-menopause and are surprised to find your

How to transition off the oral contraceptive pill with ease

Are you ready to transition off the oral contraceptive pill (OCP) AKA birth control, but you’v

How Does Stress Affect Your Period?

Have you ever wondered how does stress affect your period and menstrual cycle? As you may be aware h

5 Compelling Reasons To Chart Your Menstrual Cycle

Do you track your period? Better yet, do you chart your menstrual cycle and can you identify when or

Is your period “normal”? 5 signs you need to look for.

What is a normal period? And is there any such thing as a textbook menstrual cycle? Unfortunately pe

The Stages Of The Menstrual Cycle Explained

Did you know your menstrual cycle is not just a period once a month? Regardless of what day it is, y

excess oestrogen clarified + 7 ways to reduce it naturally

What is excess oestrogen (aka oestrogen dominance) and how do you reduce excess oestrogen naturally?

How to make sauerkraut in 5 easy steps

Why make your own Sauerkraut? I planted 12 cabbages at the start of lock-down. They’re just st

Why iron is important for women’s health

Why is iron important for women’s health? Did you know frequent infections, tiredness, lack of