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January 6, 2021

Your Menses Memoir

with podcast guest

Andrea Nakayama

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On this episode of The Period Party, Nat & Nicole talk with Andrea Nakayama, functional nutritionist and educator.

Andrea Nakayama is leading thousands of patients and practitioners around the world in a revolution to reclaim ownership over our own health. Her passion for food as personalized medicine was born from the loss of her young husband to a brain tumor in 2002. She’s now regularly consulted as the nutrition expert for the toughest clinical cases in the practices of many world-renowned doctors, and the National Association of Nutrition Professionals recognized her with back-to-back Impact and Service Awards in 2015 and 2016. You can find her online at Replenish PDX, the Hashimoto’s Institute, and her school for practitioners, Holistic Nutrition Lab.

 

 

Highlights

  • What’s the difference between functional nutrition and other approaches to how we look at hormones and health?
  • Andrea shares her own hormonal history in relation to stress, pregnancy and her thyroid.
  • What is the Menses Memoir, and why is it important?
  • What’s the benefit of tracking our cycles and understanding our history?
  • How to know if you need help, and what you can do to help address any period problems.

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