Have you recently felt a little unsteady? Why are hormones necessary, and what are they? Our blood composition, growth, development, mood, sexual function, and even how our bodies react to environmental changes are all aided by hormones. Hormone balance is crucial for a woman’s daily health and wellbeing. Hormones play a crucial role in our bodies, impacting every area of her daily life, including her sleep, weight, and emotions. Therefore, nutrition coaches must clarify their understanding of the vital and normal female development hormones.
In this episode, Amanda Haar shares some insights to understand the different phases of the menstrual cycle which affect women’s hormones. She also shares her experiences in using some apps to track her cycle. She also highlights the importance of addressing clients’ hormones. So if you want tips to be more aware of your client’s hormones, listen to this.
What you’ll Learn:
Why coaches should care about their client’s health hormone
Factors affecting our hormones
Understanding the phases of the menstrual cycle
Apps that can help to improve your hormones at the phase of the cycle
Impact of tracking biometrics on the clients
Why nutrition coaches need to address/ integrate hormones in their female clients’ conversation
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