How To Create A Better Period During Perimenopause With Jennifer WoodwardJul 27, 2021
Have you struggled with severe period symptoms?
For the longest time, women have been put on birth control to help minimize acne, cramps, and migraines...But over the years, we've learned that these symptoms mean so much more.
>>When you start making holistic changes to your health, you can begin to increase your quality of life and menstrual cycles when you're approaching your perimenopausal years.<<
If you're 40 years old and don't understand why you're breaking out like a teenager, you will love to hear insight from my guest today, Jennifer Woodward.
Jennifer is a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist and Board Certified Functional Wellness Coach for perimenopausal women. She helps her clients calm down their hormones so their periods aren't exhausting to deal with.
In this interview, she's going to open our eyes on how to create healthier periods during perimenopause...even if you're not in that stage of life yet!
Ready to dive in? Click play >>HERE!<<
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Jennifer Woodward is a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist and a Board Certified Functional Wellness Coach currently pursuing her Master's degree in Integrative Nutrition. She is also the Executive Director of the Association of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Professionals and loves getting to help new FDNs thrive professionally. She was recently a quarter-long guest lecturer in graduate Endocrinology at Parker University and also recently completed an internship with Dr. Kyrin Dunston, MD. This year, her free time is well spent homeschooling her four children, but when she can sneak out, she loves to play ultimate frisbee or walk with her dog Baxter.