Show Notes

“I had this moment where I was like I’m fixing the broken person, but what happens if we fixed ourselves as women before we were broken? What happens if we actually recognised at the point of things starting to go a little pear-shaped, that we got curious then?” Dr Nat Kringoudis

It’s almost like we are taught to grow up hating on our hormones, or blaming our hormones for all of the issues that cause discomfort or displeasure. Our mother’s and grandmother’s may have inadvertently passed comments of self-loathing, or hating on their bodies and we grow up thinking it’s normal and ok to do the same. In this amazing conversation with Dr Nat Kringoudis we learn to understand the myths and fears on all things hormones and what we can do to support ourselves to fall in love with ourselves again.

Nat Kringoudis is a two times best selling Author, two times podcast host, and all round women’s health and natural fertility practitioner. She founded Melbourne’s home of natural health her clinic, The Pagoda Tree where she has helped over 20,000 women rescue their hormones and reclaim their best life.

You may even know her from her old online TV series Healthtalks…. or her latest book, Beautiful You.

If you feel like there HAS to be another way there is. She’s here to provide you with another option. Nat believes there isn’t just one way and is on a mission to educate and empower women just like you, so you can get clued up on your body and take control of your hormone health. She’s here to help you ditch the stress, the confusion and the endless disappointment, and give your body the love and attention it deserves.

This amazing conversation is a beautiful masterclass on all the stages and phases of our hormonal lives. Nat teaches us all the important things to know from childhood through the child-bearing years and into menopause.

She makes special mention of the impact of stress on our hormones and how it then creates the sense there is something wrong.

Every woman should listen to this podcast, share it with your partners, daughters and sons. It’s important to understand how we can support our health and wellness through knowledge and sharing.

In this podcast you will hear topics around:

~ fertility and hormones
~ emotional health and wellbeing
~ education around our cycles
~ fears and misconceptions about the pill
~ pregnancy challenges
~ childbirth mindset
~ the disconnect to our bodies
~ levels of awareness
~ getting curious to a different way of operating
~ how to reduce stress and be more flexible
~ hormone education
~ how to use stress as your super power

Nat’s favourite quote is: ‘Be the change you wish to see in this world’.

You are going to love this podcast, I sincerely hope you learn as much as I did and get to share the love and information.

Go to Nat’s website to work out your hormone imbalance with her worksheet right here:


You can hear Nat’s Podcast right here:

The Period Party is the other podcast to check out with 8 years of information.

If you are keen to be a part of Nat’s Book Club here is the link:

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