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These hormone episodes are often the most popular- plus we’ve got a FREE download for you too!
What is PMS?
PMS stands for premenstrual syndrome, (or Tension, the same thing) but it can strike anytime after ovulation, which occurs in the middle of your 28-day cycle, also known as the infradian rhythm, and the start of your period. The time between ovulation and the start of your period is known as the luteal phase.
PMS refers to a group of physical, psychological, and emotional symptoms that menstruating women experience during the luteal phase.

In this episode, I’m going to give you your own PMS toolkit – yes it’s an actual step-by-step actionable episode with a special download you can access.


These hormone episodes always go down really well because it is something all women struggle with in one way or another – right?


And often we don’t talk about or seek help for these things but yet really benefit from educating themselves about it.


Be sure to listen if you struggle with difficult, heavy, painful periods or moodiness, cravings and other symptoms before and during your period.


Or struggle with what to eat or when to exercise in relation to your menstrual cycle.

Remember, once you have the right information about how your body really works, you can start making health choices that finally start to work for you. You can do this – the science of your body is on your side.



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