In this special episode, I’m thrilled to be talking about my new book, Beautiful You; which I wrote to give much-needed support and guidance to young women to help them understand their reproductive and sexual health. Take a listen and let me know what you think!
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For those that are new to my website or the podcast, I’m Natalie Kringoudis and I’m a doctor of Chinese medicine, Acupuncturist, Author, Speaker, and natural fertility expert. I’m also the founder of Melbourne women’s health clinic, The Pagoda Tree, creator of Yo’Nuts, and producer of HealthTalks TV. I believe that fertility is so much more than just making babies and it’s my mission to educate and empower women to take control of their hormone health.
In this episode, my co-host and I talk about my new book, Beautiful You; which I wrote to give much-needed support and guidance to young women to help them understand their reproductive and sexual health. We also talk about our early period experiences, why it’s so important to have age-appropriate educational conversations with daughters from a young age, how we can facilitate open and honest inter-generational discussions, and so much more!
- The motivation behind Beautiful You
- Why I wanted to write a book to support younger women
- My stressful experience with my first period
- Our early tampon trauma
- Why it’s so important to have age-appropriate educational conversations with daughters from a young age
- Why most mothers feeling ill-equipped to educate their daughters about their bodies
- What needs to change to facilitate open and honest discussions between mothers and daughters
- How does Beautiful You engage both younger girls and mothers?
- The promising statistics for young women seeking smart choices for their bodies
- Why women don’t need to settle for having painful and irregular periods
- Should teenagers use hormonal birth control?