We trawled through the Internet looking for up-and-coming women’s health bloggers who are creating outstanding content, can help you learn more about home remedies to treat menstrual cramps and guide you through menopausal stage and a lot more. Here’s our most awaited list. You would want to bookmark these and subscribe to their RSS feeds …
Cynthia, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S), as well as a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) with a Master’s in Counselling combines her educational background with her personal philosophy to empower you towards wellness.
Kathy successfully made the switch from being a very busy corporate executive to a women’s health coach. She provides free online tips and support for women who may be looking to improve their hormonal health.
Holly Morello, a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, writer, Reiki Master Level Practitioner, and a mother is passionate about helping people overcome mental, emotional and behavioral challenges. And she helps women deal with menopausal symptoms.
If you are a woman over 50 and struggling with issues like stubborn belly fat and weight gain then this is one blog you’ll want to follow.
Susan Rako MD, a Harvard trained psychiatrist and a published author, can help anyone deal with challenging situations – even those faced by post-menopausal women – that are all too common in today’s fast paced world.
A 4th generation Native American Yaqui-Kumeyaay healer, Nierika is a Clinical Medical Assistant, a Holistic Health Practitioner and holds a Certificate of Cosmetic Technology. She has over 20 years of experience in herbal medicine and indigenous healing and energy work.
A Certified Personal Trainer and a Registered Dietician, Jessi doesn’t focus on counting calories, diets and meal plans; Instead, she helps women make friends with their bodies and building a healthy relationship with food.
Rita Shimniok’s is a very inspiring story. In the course of about 7 years, she managed to lose 98 lbs, eliminate chronic back pain and inflammation, stablize insulin production and regain her health. You could say she’s almost managed to reverse aging. She documents her learning experiences in her blog.
Megan, a registered dietitian, had to learn the hard way about how to fuel her body with the right type and quantity of food – and pair that with the right kind of workout regimen. And she shares what she has learnt with the world.
A certified Health Coach by the Dr. William Sear’s Wellness Institute, Jayme Yodice has a Master’s in Health Psychology and practises in the Mecklenburg County and Cabarrus County areas. She provides individual, group therapy and psychological testing & evaluations.