Well and Good A Womans Guide to a Bountiful Body

Author(s): Natalie Kringoudis

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Well and Good will set you on the path of priming your body for a complete wellness overhaul, because fertility isn't just about babies or a thriving reproductive system, it's about taking control of your health on all levels. With plenty of tips and recipes, Nat Kringoudis shows step-by-step how to take charge of your health and wellbeing. Her knowledge is not only for those want to boost their fertility, but for anyone who wants to experience better daily health. If you are ready for healthy hormones, Well and Good has all the information you need: andbull; Top-ten foods for increased fertility andbull; Ten steps to wellness andbull; Your Fertile Pantry handy shopping list andbull; Special tips for boosting men's reproductive health andbull; Tips on revving up your fertility before conception andbull; Tips for anyone who suffers from hormone imbalances and endometriosis andbull; More than forty delicious and simple recipes to improve fertility and hormone health andbull; How to look after your body when your baby arrives andbull; Debunking ovulation myths.

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Nat Kringoudis is a Chinese medicine doctor with a background in biosciences. In 2003 she set up a women's wellness clinic, The Pagoda Tree where she champions fertility before it becomes an issue, helping women in their twenties to lay a 'healthy hormone' foundation. Nat is a regular guest on The Morning Show and contributor to Marie Claire, Cosmo Health, Cosmo Pregnancy and Body + Soul. She has written three books: Fertilise Yourself, Eat Fat, Be Thin and Eat Fat, Be Lean and tours the country regularly, holding workshops and speaking at other events to help women get clued up on their bodies and take control of their hormone health.

General Fields

  • : 9780522866766
  • : Melbourne University Press
  • : Melbourne University Press
  • : December 2014
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Natalie Kringoudis
  • : Paperback
  • : 192