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Ovulation is a must know phase and point of our menstrual cycle however because there is so much emphasis placed on periods, including period tabooing. Ovulation is often left uneducated on at for all ages because it’s often seen to be an element of importance for fertility or pregnancy planning only. However this is far from it’s only importance.
A healthy ovulation is essential for a health menstruation and knowing this opens up a lot of opportunity for ovulation support. In this episode I’m joined by Kaely McDevitt to explore the importance ovulation and how we can establish a better healthy ovulation, regardless of our contraception goals.
Meet Our Podcast Guest:
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Kaely McDevitt is a Registered Dietitian that utilizes functional lab testing to help her clients personalize their nutrition for optimal health and hormones. Kaely runs a virtual private practice and is a co-creator of the online women’s health course and community, Her Hormones Academy. She is energized by helping others take the driver’s seat over their health and wellbeing.
In this episode we chat about:
- How to know when you’re ovulating
- The importance of a healthy ovulation
- What you can do if you’re not ovulating
- Essential nutrients for ovulation
- Physical movement to support ovulation
- What are the important ovulation hormones?
- Pre conception ovulation health
- 3 tips for a healthy ovulation every cycle
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Thank you so much for tuning in to this episode of The Well Woman Podcast. I’m beyond honoured that you’re here and would be grateful if you could take 2 minutes to leave me a 5-star review in iTunes or on your podcast app, this way together we can inspire, connect and educate even more women.
Until next time beautiful!
Get connected, listen to your body and remember; body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.