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Bacterial Vaginosis (commonly known and referred to as BV), is a real b*tch, causing both physical and emotional inconvenience, and is the most common vaginal health condition in women. According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control & Prevention) Website, statistics for Bacterial Vaginosis infections are that in the United
Our gut health depends on what we are putting into our mouths, and so does the health of our vaginas. Did you know that we have a vaginal microbiome, and it’s connected to our gut health? Everything we eat and drink not only affects the health of our digestive system
HPV, (a.k.a) the Human Papillomavirus, is classified as the most commonly transmitted STI in both women and men. HPV infections are very common, with most sexually active people contracting it at some point in their lives. As HPV is a virus, there are many different ways you can treat it
When that time of the month comes around, it’s very common for us to reach for food as a form of comfort, to get us through the hell of PMS, irritability, mood swings, headaches, bloating, cramps, and cravings that we experience before and during our period. This is the time
Eating healthy is expensive, let’s be honest. It’s easy to break the bank when you want to buy organic ingredients, top-quality supplements, natural products, etc. When you want to eat healthily but are on a limited budget, it’s about shopping and eating SMART. Whether it be at your local health
Nutrition and wellness practices are SO important when living with the herpes virus. When we live with herpes, whether it be HSV-1 (oral or oral/genital) or HSV-2 (genital & oral), it is important to know what foods to eat and what foods to avoid to manage, prevent and heal recurring
There are SO MANY benefits of chocolate to women’s sexual health, including increasing your sex drive, producing happy hormones, promoting a feeling of relaxation similar to post-orgasm bliss, and is a major helper when we have our monthly cycle. As a nutritionist, I often get asked what the difference is
Vitamin C is so important to not only the maintenance of our overall health, but to our sexual health as well! The recommended daily intake of Vitamin C for women is 75mg, for pregnant women it is 85mg and for men it is 90mg. Here are 6 ways that Vitamin
MANY WOMEN STRUGGLE WITH THEIR SEXUAL HEALTH IN SILENCE AND DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT…
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