Eating To Nourish Your Menstrual Cycle

Lucia Mazzella is a functional health cycle coach, mad about teaching traditional kitchen wisdom to women and people with periods who want to take their health into their own hands and live in sync with their cycles. Her approach is simple, down to earth and practical, focusing on reducing period pain and PMS while balancing hormones naturally using food as medicine.  And I love loved our conversation on Wild Flow Podcast with Charlotte Pointeaux, and so will you. 
Lucia and I spoke about:
  • What does eating for your cycle mean and how is it different from syncing with food
  • Why is food so important for hormone health, and therefore menstrual health, fertility and overall good health?
  • How to meal prep for your period?
  • How to overcome those roadblocks you face that throw you off a wholesome meal and into calling for an Uber Eats. 
  • Lucia’s freebie masterclass “Meal Prep For Your Best Period Ever” and upcoming Moon Menu live cooking school.

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About Lucia 

Lucia Mazzella is a functional health cycle coach, mad about teaching traditional kitchen wisdom to women and people with periods who want to take their health into their own hands and live in sync with their cycles.

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  • Connect with Lucia on Instagram, grab her freebie on her website, and join her waitlist for Moon Menu, her amazing cooking school-come-gals dinner party fun.

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