077: Nourishing Healthy Hormones (and Poops) with Melissa Ramos

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The Grace & Grit podcast is dedicated to helping women expand their definition of health because deep health isn’t a look, deep health is a way of being that extends far beyond the narrow conversation of just food and exercise.

Sure, as women, we all want to look good, but we also want to FEEL good and, most of all, we want to be happy. And finding our happy isn’t about adding MORE “to do’s” to our life. Often finding our happy is about being true to ourselves, granting ourselves permission to slow the heck down and honoring the things our body, mind, and soul are telling us. Finding our happy also has a lot to do with hormonal balance.

And my guest today, Melissa Ramos, has made art of helping women to do all of those things. I have been following Melissa for years, and I have witnessed her message of hormonal and digestive health spread like wildfire… as it well should. She shares great information with humor AND she walks her talk.

Melissa Ramos is a nutritionist with a background in Chinese medicine and the founder of sexyfoodtherapy.com, where she helps women heal their hormones and digestion for healthy ovaries (and poops).

If you struggle with PMS, difficult periods, fibroids, endometriosis, menopausal symptoms, or digestive health issues do not miss this episode!

Photo credit: Nikki Jumper

More about today’s guest:

Melissa Ramos is the whip-smart women’s health expert behind Sexy Food Therapy, where she helps women balance their hormones and digestion for regular periods (and poops)! As a nutritionist with a background in Chinese medicine, she uses a three-pronged approach of nutrition, supplementation, and lifestyle changes to help her clients heal. In addition to sharing innovative tips and recipes via her own hilarious You Tube videos, Melissa is a health expert for CTV’s The Social, a TEDx Speaker, an official health writer for the Huffington Post, and was named one of Canada’s rising stars in the health industry by Flare magazine. When she’s not helping her online community of over 600 “Ballers” heal their hormones in her signature program Sexy Lady Balls, you can find Melissa getting her sweat on, spending time outdoors, or creating a delicious, hormone-healthy recipe.

Learn more about how Melissa can help you heal your hormones, and get started with her FREE health assessment over at sexyfoodtherapy.com.

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