Nutrition Blog Posts

How to Provide Nutrition for Mum Brain

By Heba | May 9, 2018

Ever heard of pregnancy brain or “momnesia”? It is a common occurrence when pregnant women or new mums experience bouts of forgetfulness. Research shows that while pregnant and during early motherhood, the unusually high hormone levels and new priorities are the primary reasons for mums to experience this.     Dr. Jane Martin, the director…

5 Foods to Help Enhance Fertility and Progesterone Production

By Heba | April 11, 2018

Progesterone is an important female sex hormone synthesized by the adrenal glands and ovaries. It has a crucial role in the menstrual cycle, fertility, and fetal development. Having high progesterone levels is essential for maintaining a normal, healthy pregnancy. Imbalances in progesterone levels increase the risk of miscarriage, intensify PMS symptoms, thyroid dysfunction, weight gain,…

10 Tips For Managing Endometriosis And Pelvic Pain

By Heba | March 13, 2018

I wrote an article for Women’s Health Magazine on the 10 Tips For Managing Endometriosis And Pelvic Pain read more here -> https://www.womenshealth.com.au/how-to-manage-endometriosis-and-pelvic-pain

5 Essential Nutrition Tips for Busy Mothers

By Heba | October 15, 2017

Regardless of whether you’ve just given birth or if you’ve been a mother for more than 10 years, there are a few basic nutrition principles every mum needs to know. Your body changes after going through pregnancy, birth and motherhood. And it has a lot to do with your hormones. Tip 1: Eat For Your…

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12 Nutrition Tips to Reduce Endometriosis Pain

By Heba | April 15, 2016

The Pelvic Expert’s Nutrition Advice: Endometriosis cannot simply be managed by surgery alone. It is a multi-system condition that requires an integrative approach. In my last few posts, I talked about how physiotherapy can help women suffering from endometriosis and introduced 6 simple exercises women could start at home to help manage their pain. In my last post, I discussed endometriosis, inflammation and…

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Endometriosis, Inflammation, & Thai Cuisine

By Heba | April 10, 2016

Endometriosis cannot simply be managed by surgery alone. It is a multi-system condition that requires an integrative approach. In my last few posts, I talked about how physiotherapy can help women suffering from endometriosis and introduced 6 simple exercises women could start at home to help manage their pain. In this post, I will cover 6 nutrition tips that can help to…