While we can’t guarantee you that changing your diet will yield a positive pregnancy test on your next cycle (we wish we could!), this article will talk you through the dietary changes that are backed up by research to support optimal fertility.Continue reading
The notion that “exercise is good for you – do more!” has been hammered into our heads from a young age, but to what end? You may think the more the better, but not when it comes at the expense of your period and ultimately your health.Continue reading
Working towards embodiment can help you to rediscover your hunger, as research suggests that as you become more embodied, you will also become more in touch with your internal cues. Learn how in this blog!Continue reading
To break it down, hypothalamic refers to the part of the brain responsible for regulating reproduction, known as the hypothalamus; amenorrhea means the absence of menstruation. So hypothalamic amenorrhea is the loss of the menstrual cycle due to a disruption to the hypothalamus.Continue reading
Bariatric surgery is the most successful method of weight loss that currently exists, and its ability to improve some chronic conditions is widely praised. However, the procedure may not be the miracle cure that you’ve been led to believe it is!Continue reading
In the space of the time it takes from plate to palette, we can come to internalize these comments and equivocate the portions on our plate with the proportions of our body.
Something as simple, innate, and natural as eating becomes complicated by the burden of socially conditioned expectations.
This week is Eating Disorder Awareness Week here in the UK, and this year’s focus is on Binge Eating Disorder. https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/edaw As part of Embody Health London’s contribution to this important cause, this article shares five of our top tips to help you to stop binge eating – for good!Continue reading