Ayurvedic Amaranth Porridge

Ayurvedic Amaranth Porridge


Due to its dry, light properties, amaranth is the ideal grain for those with slow digestion. Kapha digestive types have low protein requirements. In addition, this recipe is a great alternative to oat porridge. Amaranth helps to get rid of mucus and is diuretic.


1tbsp ghee or coconut oil

½ tsp fresh ginger (peeled and chopped)

½ tsp vanilla powder

5 tbsp amaranth (washed thoroughly in a sieve)

¾ cup rice drink 

½ ripe mango (sliced)

1/4 cardamom powder

1 pinch of salt

1 splash of lemon juice


1. Heat the ghee in a small pot and sauté the ginger and vanilla.

2. Add the amaranth and rice drink and bring to a boil.

3. Cover and simmer the porridge over low heat for about 30 minutes until it reaches the desired consistency

4. Meanwhile, soak the mango pieces with 1 tablespoon of water and the cardamom in a pot. Simmer over low heat for 5 minutes.

5. Season the porridge with a pinch of salt and lemon juice. Serve with the mango slices.

VATA types

Add some more ghee. Cook the porridge with a little more liquid as this counteracts the dryness. You can even take coconut milk. Don’t consume this breakfast on a regular basis.

KAPHA types 

Replace half of the rice drink with water.

PITTA types

Replace the mango by a sweet apple or a pear. Take lime instead of lemon juice. 

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Ayurveda’s Guide to a Hormone-Balanced Breakfast

Ayurveda’s Guide to a Hormone-Balanced Breakfast

Mornings hold the promise of a fresh start, and in Ayurveda, how you begin your day can set the tone for the rest of the day that lies ahead of you. 

The Importance of a Balanced Breakfast

Breakfast in Ayurveda is considered essential because it jumpstarts your metabolism, balances your Doshas, and sets the rhythm for your day. It’s like providing your body with the right tools to function optimally. A wholesome breakfast fuels your physical activities, enhances mental clarity, and plays a crucial role in hormonal balance.

The morning is when your body’s hormonal system is most receptive, and what you eat can either support or disrupt this delicate balance. Skipping breakfast or consuming unhealthy choices can lead to hormonal imbalances, which can result in mood swings, energy fluctuations, and other health issues.

In Ayurveda, breakfast isn’t just a meal; it’s a ritual, a practice that can have a profound impact on your physical and emotional health. The ancient science of Ayurveda recognises the importance of starting your day with a balanced breakfast to promote overall wellness and also, to help balance your hormones.

Heard it right: Hormone-friendly! As an Ayurveda Hormone Coach, it is very important to me that my clients pay special attention to their breakfast. Especially for women who suffer from exhaustion, hypothyroidism, or adrenal fatigue, a protein-rich breakfast is crucial. Because protein provides long-term energy, keeps us alert, and maintains our blood sugar levels stable. Stable blood sugar keeps us fuller for longer, protects us from cravings, and relieves stressed adrenal glands.

Best Ayurvedic Breakfast For Your Dosha

Ayurveda teaches that choosing foods that align with your constitution type “Dosha” and the season can help harmonize your hormonal system. 

For example, Vata types can benefit from warm oatmeal with spices like cinnamon and cardamom, while Kapha types might focus on freshly cooked, whole foods that are light, dry, warming, well-spiced, and relatively easy to digest—ideally served warm or hot. Pitta can choose breakfast options that have cooling and calming qualities to balance their fiery nature like a sweet or savoury quinoa porridge or a coconut chia pudding.

Why is Breakfast Good for Hormones?

Having breakfast is recommended for hormone balance for several reasons, especially when following principles from holistic systems like Ayurveda and modern nutritional science. Here’s why it’s important:

  • Blood Sugar Regulation: Eating a balanced breakfast helps stabilize blood sugar levels, which is crucial for hormone balance. When you skip breakfast, your blood sugar can drop, leading to increased stress hormone production, like cortisol. This hormonal response can negatively affect your mood, energy levels, and overall well-being.
  • Metabolism Kickstart: Breakfast jump starts your metabolism, ensuring your body functions optimally throughout the day. This metabolic boost can help maintain a healthy weight and contribute to hormone balance. When you skip breakfast, your metabolism might slow down to conserve energy.
  • Hormone Production: Certain hormones, like insulin, are responsible for managing blood sugar levels. Having breakfast can support the proper secretion and functioning of these hormones. An imbalanced diet, especially one that excludes breakfast, can lead to insulin resistance and other hormonal imbalances.
  • Cortisol Regulation: A morning meal can help regulate cortisol, the body’s primary stress hormone. Skipping breakfast may result in elevated cortisol levels, contributing to stress-related health issues. Balanced cortisol levels are vital for overall hormonal harmony.
  • Thyroid Function: For individuals with thyroid issues, particularly hypothyroidism, having breakfast is important. It ensures you’re providing the necessary nutrients and energy for your thyroid to function optimally. Skipping breakfast can impact thyroid hormone production and metabolism.
  • Fertility and Menstrual Health: For women, breakfast can be particularly crucial for fertility and menstrual health. Skipping meals, especially breakfast, may disrupt the menstrual cycle, affect ovulation, and lead to hormonal imbalances.
  • Nutrient Intake: A balanced breakfast allows you to include essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals in your diet. These nutrients are vital for overall health, including hormonal balance. Skipping breakfast might lead to nutrient deficiencies.
  • Emotional Well-Being: Eating a nourishing breakfast can have a positive impact on your mood and emotional well-being. Hormones, such as serotonin and dopamine, play a role in regulating your mood, and they can be influenced by your dietary choices.
  • Mindful Eating: Starting your day with breakfast encourages mindful eating habits. This can lead to better food choices and portion control throughout the day, further supporting hormone balance.

It’s important to note that the specific breakfast choices should align with your individual constitution, needs, and any existing health conditions. In Ayurveda, for instance, different doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) have distinct dietary recommendations for breakfast to maintain hormone balance and overall well-being.

If you don’t know your Ayurvedic digestive type check out my article: “What’s Your Digestive Type?”

Below, you’ll discover two hormone-balancing recipes along with some suggestions to tailor them to your specific Ayurvedic digestive type.

Hormone-Balancing Sweet Kitchari

Ayurvedic Amaranth Breakfast

Do you want to discover more about your unique Ayurvedic body-mind type? Then watch my Youtube video “How to Thrive for Vata, Pitta & Kapha”.

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So now let’s talk about you. How are your hormones doing? Are you feeling well? Are you comfortable with your weight? Do you have energy and sleep well? Is your menstrual cycle running smoothly? Are you transitioning easefully into menopause?

If not, it might be related to your hormones. Because when they are not in balance, we don’t really feel comfortable in our own skin.

If you want to find out whether your hormones might be the reason you can’t seem to lose weight, are experiencing menstrual issues and PMS, or constantly have cravings, why not book a complimentary Discovery Call with me? It can provide you with clarity about what’s going on and if my Hormone Thrive Program, available as a group and VIP program, can help you to kickstart your hormone balance.

Weight Loss: 5 Key Hormones Affect Your Weight

Weight Loss: 5 Key Hormones Affect Your Weight

As women reach their 40s, many encounter a perplexing challenge: unwanted weight gain that seemingly defies diet and exercise efforts. Stubborn fat accumulates around the abdomen, hips, and thighs, leaving them frustrated with their attempts to shed pounds.

Unraveling the Role of Hormones

You might wonder, “Hormones? But I’m not in menopause yet!” Indeed, hormones wield significant power over your weight, regardless of your menopausal status. When these hormonal messengers fall out of balance, they can wreak havoc on your body, often manifesting as unexplained weight gain among various other symptoms.

Deciphering Hormonal Imbalance

If you’ve been grappling with the unrelenting struggle to lose weight despite adopting healthier eating habits, hormonal imbalances might be the culprit. Alongside weight gain, an array of physical, mental, and emotional symptoms can signal a hormonal shift:

  • Mood swings
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Menstrual irregularities
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Hot flashes and night sweats
  • Digestive issues
  • Water retention
  • Low libido
  • Breast tenderness
  • Cravings for specific foods
  • Hair loss

These symptoms often fly under the radar as most women dismiss them as normal or receive a thyroid hormone prescription without delving into the root causes.

The Influence of Five Key Hormones on Weight

Before we dive into the hormone maze, it’s essential to understand that all hormones are interconnected. A disturbance in one can ripple through the entire hormonal balance. Let’s explore five influential hormones:

1. Thyroid Hormones – The Metabolic Maestros

The thyroid gland produces thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3), hormones responsible for regulating metabolism. Hypothyroidism, characterized by a sluggish thyroid, can lead to weight gain, dry skin, fatigue, constipation, and hair loss. Various factors, such as stress, intestinal problems, and nutrient deficiencies, can impact thyroid function.

Addressing the root causes, like managing stress and healing the adrenal glands, should precede thyroid hormone supplementation.

2. Insulin – The Gatekeeper of Sugar

Insulin is produced in the pancreas and plays a crucial role in transporting and storing sugar, in the form of glucose, within muscle, fat, and liver cells. However, when you consume excessive sugar or carbohydrates and lead a sedentary lifestyle, your cells can no longer effectively absorb the excess glucose.

The surplus glucose is converted into fatty acids, stored in adipose tissue, resulting in weight gain, particularly around the abdominal area. This becomes especially problematic when cells develop insulin resistance due to sustained high carbohydrate intake. Not only does insulin resistance lead to significant weight gain, but it can also lead to diabetes in the long run.

The great news is that insulin resistance can be reversed through a low-carbohydrate, high-fiber diet, and regular physical activity.

3. Cortisol – The Stress Response Hormone

Cortisol is produced in the adrenal glands. It’s the hormone that has ensured our survival since the beginning, allowing us to endure hunger periods and life-threatening situations (fight or flight responses, infections) and go beyond our limits. Nowadays, we are mostly exposed to emotional or mental stress (like relationship issues, depression, existential fears). However, the physical response to modern stress still follows the same pattern.

When cortisol levels rise, our brain anticipates a famine and stores calories as fat, which is challenging to shed. You can learn more about the connection between stress and weight gain in this article of mine.

Because cortisol is vital for our survival, it takes precedence over all other hormones, including our sex hormones or thyroid hormones. When dealing with thyroid issues, infertility, or estrogen dominance, it’s crucial to consider our stress levels.

4. Leptin – The Satiety Sentinel

The hormone Leptin is our satiety hormone. It is produced in fat cells and its role is to communicate to the brain that we can stop eating when enough energy has reached the cells.

Overweight individuals have ample body fat and leptin in their bloodstream. So, they should always feel satisfied, right? Quite the opposite happens. Similar to insulin, many individuals experience leptin resistance. The communication between the brain and cells is disrupted, and the message “You are full and can stop eating” simply doesn’t get through.

An essential step in normalizing our leptin levels is reducing body fat, especially through a low-fructose and low-carbohydrate diet, and ensuring… adequate sleep! Studies have shown that sleep deprivation correlates with low leptin levels and high ghrelin (appetite-stimulating) levels.

5. Estrogen – The Feminine Hormone

Female curves, beautiful skin and hair, a strong cardiovascular and immune system, strong bones, passion, and warmth of heart – that’s what estrogen does – at least if we don’t have too much or too little of it! However, strongly fluctuating estrogen and progesterone levels are typical for women in perimenopause (the time before menopause, on average between 42 and 52 years old) and menopause.

For weight gain, especially between the ages of 35 and 45, an excess of estrogen is often responsible, which we refer to as estrogen dominance. It is also considered estrogen dominance when estrogen levels are low (typical during menopause), but they are still too high in relation to progesterone (which is often too low). Estrogen dominance not only causes fat deposits on the legs and hips but also leads to water retention, a bloated stomach, or PMS.

PMS stands for premenstrual syndrome. It refers to physical and psychological – emotional complaints related to the menstrual cycle, which can occur 4 to 14 days before the start of the period in each monthly cycle. Physical complaints include diarrhea, nausea, abdominal cramps, painful breasts, migraines, headaches, and a feeling of fullness. Emotional complaints include mood swings, anxiety, depressed mood, irritability, crying for no reason, being overwhelmed).

An excess of estrogen can also prevent the absorption of thyroid hormones. Estrogen dominance is increased by stress, environmental toxins, nutrient deficiencies, medications, and disorders of liver and intestinal function. Natural regulation of estrogen levels is possible through detoxification, building up the intestinal flora, and a fiber-rich diet with leafy vegetables and cabbage such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, or cauliflower.

Hormones as Messengers of Change

When estrogen, cortisol, leptin, thyroid hormones, or insulin are out of balance, and you’re struggling with weight issues, you need to explore different strategies and paths than before. Consider your hormones as messengers.

Your body is signaling that something isn’t right through physical symptoms, weight gain, or mood swings.

How Can I Assist You?

As an Ayurveda Hormone Coach, I’ve delved deep into the intricate relationship between hormones and weight. My Hormone Thrive Program has yielded remarkable results for clients struggling with weight issues, helping them improve digestion, banish bloating, and shed excess weight. My online Hormone Thrive program empowers women to regain their vitality, energy, and a trim waistline by addressing hormonal imbalances. If you suspect your hormones are the culprits behind your weight woes, I’m here to guide you on your journey to hormonal harmony.

Explore the Hormone Thrive Course and take control of your weight and well-being. Remember, your hormones play a pivotal role in your weight journey.

You can find more information and registration for the program here: https://carinagreweling.com/hormonethrive

#27 The Liver’s Crucial Role in Health, Hormones, and Happiness

#27 The Liver’s Crucial Role in Health, Hormones, and Happiness

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#27 The Liver’s Crucial Role in Health, Hormones, and Happiness

#27 The Liver’s Crucial Role in Health, Hormones, and Happiness

In order to understand the connection between the liver and hormonal imbalances, we must first realise that the liver is our most important detoxification organ. It ensures that toxic substances are rendered harmless and converted in such a way that they can be discharged via the stools and the urine.

If the liver is healthy, it can easily get rid of these substances.

However, if it is overloaded, it cannot adequately break down used hormones. And at the same time she cannot take care of the production of new hormones, for which she is also responsible.

In this podcast episode you will learn how you can tell that your liver is overloaded and what hormonal disorders and symptoms are associated with it.

Many women are not even aware that their liver is overloaded. And that’s no wonder, because the liver has no nerve cells. That’s why we don’t notice when she’s not feeling well or signs of liver problems don’t appear until much later. And as already mentioned, hormonal problems can also indicate a weakened liver, such as: cycle problems; severe menopausal symptoms; PMS; irritability; depressive moods; mood swings; weight gain and water retention; cysts and fibroids; breast tenderness or problems and pain around ovulation.

The good news: The liver has the ability to repair itself if we provide the right conditions. And that’s why I developed my Ayurveda Hormone Detox program.

A program designed to release deep stored toxins for more energy, balanced hormones, strong digestion and deep sleep. We help you to shape up your body and feel strong and self-confident.

The program is perfect for you if you suffer from hormonal imbalances like

  • Insulin resistance
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Estrogen dominance or
  • High androgen or testosterone levels
  • If you want to stop taking the pill without side effects
  • If you feel that you lack energy you are constantly tired
  • Headaches, low libido and weight gain
  • Hot flashes and insomnia

An online course with self-study, weekly live sessions and  24/7 support forum. I would be very happy if I could also help YOU with the Ayurveda Hormone Detox to recapture your energy, your lightness and your hormone balance.

And I would like to give you, as a loyal podcast listener, a small gift. Click the booking link below and save 50€ for a short time. Your hormones will thank you!

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Liver Health: The Secret to Strong Boundaries

Liver Health: The Secret to Strong Boundaries

In the bustle of life, it’s easy to overlook the importance of maintaining strong boundaries. As women, we often find ourselves juggling numerous responsibilities, from work and family to social commitments. 

But did you know that your liver health plays a pivotal role in your ability to establish and maintain healthy boundaries? In this article, we’ll explore the connection between liver health and boundaries, and how you can nurture both for a more balanced and fulfilling life.

A Holistic Perspective on Liver Function

In the realm of holistic medicine, the liver is much more than just a physical organ; it’s a vital component of our overall well-being, impacting our physical, emotional, and mental health. The liver is responsible for the smooth flow of “Prana”, our life force energy, throughout the body. When the liver’s function is harmonious, we experience emotional balance, mental clarity, and physical vitality.

Your liver plays a vital role in detoxifying your body and balancing hormones, which are essential aspects of emotional and physical health. An imbalanced liver is associated with emotions like: anger, resentment, frustration, irritability, bitterness, and “flying off the handle”. If liver health is poor it can lead to irregularities in the menstrual cycle, PMS, and severe moods swings esp. before the period. Therefore, nurturing your liver health is not just essential for physical well-being; it’s also the secret to establishing and maintaining strong emotional and mental boundaries.

The Why Behind Weak Boundaries

There are 5 main reasons why we can face challenges to set clear and healthy boundaries:

  • Social Conditioning: Women are often raised to be accommodating and nurturing, which can make it challenging to assert boundaries without feeling guilty.
  • Fear of Conflict: Many women fear that setting boundaries may lead to conflict or strained relationships, causing hesitation in asserting their needs.
  • Desire to Please: The desire to please others and avoid disappointment can lead to a reluctance to say “no” or establish boundaries that prioritize self-care.
  • Self-Doubt: Women may doubt the validity of their own needs, questioning whether they have the right to assert boundaries.
  • Lack of Role Models: A lack of strong boundary-setting role models can leave women unsure of how to establish and maintain healthy boundaries effectively.

The Liver and Setting Healthy Boundaries

The liver’s connection to the concept of healthy boundaries is not in the literal sense but is a metaphorical and holistic perspective based on the interplay between physical and emotional well-being. Here’s how the liver can be associated with the idea of setting and maintaining healthy boundaries:

  • Emotional Resilience: A healthy liver supports emotional resilience. When your liver is functioning optimally, you are better equipped to handle stress and emotional challenges. This emotional resilience can help you establish and maintain boundaries because you have the mental and emotional capacity to assert yourself when necessary.
  • Detoxification: The liver plays a crucial role in detoxifying the body, removing toxins and waste products. In a metaphorical sense, this detoxification process can be likened to the process of setting boundaries in your life. Just as the liver filters out harmful substances, setting boundaries involves filtering out negativity, stress, and situations that can be detrimental to your well-being.
  • Balanced Hormones: The liver is responsible for processing hormones in the body. When your liver is in good health, it helps maintain hormonal balance. Hormones can influence your mood, emotions, and reactions to situations, all of which are factors in setting and enforcing boundaries effectively. Hormonal balance can contribute to emotional stability.
  • Energy and Vitality: A healthy liver contributes to overall energy and vitality. When you feel physically well and energetic, you are more likely to have the stamina and motivation to establish and uphold boundaries in your personal and professional life.

What can you therefore do to nurture the liver to help you establish and maintain those all-important boundaries? I’ll walk you through a series of 10 steps that will empower you to prioritize your liver health, leading to stronger boundaries and more balanced hormones.

10 Steps to Elevate Liver Health and Setting Clear Boundaries

Step 1: Embrace Nourishing Foods

A balanced diet is fundamental to liver health and boundary-setting. Focus on incorporating liver-loving foods into your daily meals. These include leafy greens, cruciferous vegetables, beets, and foods rich in antioxidants like berries and turmeric. Opt for lean proteins and healthy fats, and reduce your intake of processed foods, sugar, and alcohol. 

Step 2: Detox Your Liver

To set the stage for strong boundaries, consider giving your liver a gentle detox. This can help your liver function more efficiently, leading to improved overall well-being. You might explore my Ayurveda Hormone Detox that focuses on detoxing the liver, strengthening the immune system and bringing hormones back into balance. A detoxed liver is better equipped to support your journey towards boundary-setting and personal empowerment.

Step 3: Stay Hydrated

Proper hydration is a simple yet powerful way to support your liver. Drinking enough water helps flush toxins from your body and aids in digestion. Aim for at least eight glasses of water a day to keep your liver functioning optimally.

Step 4: Prioritise Mindful Eating

Eating mindfully is not just about what you eat but how you eat. Slow down, savor your food, and chew thoroughly. This practice aids digestion and allows your liver to process nutrients efficiently. Avoid multitasking during meals to truly connect with your body’s cues.

Step 5: Incorporate Liver-Boosting Herbs

Herbal remedies can provide excellent support for your liver. Consider incorporating herbs like dandelion, milk thistle, and turmeric into your routine. These herbs have been used for centuries to promote liver health and can be taken as supplements or brewed into soothing teas.

Step 6: Manage Stress

Stress can take a toll on your liver and your ability to establish boundaries. Explore stress management techniques such as meditation, deep breathing exercises, yoga, or spending time in nature. By reducing stress, you’ll find it easier to assert yourself and create those essential boundaries in your life.

Step 7: Quality Sleep

A good night’s sleep is when your body does most of its healing and detoxification work, and that includes supporting your liver. Depending on your Ayurvedic body type, aim for 7-9 hours of restful sleep each night to ensure your liver functions optimally.

Step 8: Regular Exercise

Regular physical activity promotes blood circulation and helps the liver do its job efficiently. Find an exercise routine that you enjoy, whether it’s dancing, hiking, yoga, or hitting the gym. It’s not just great for your liver but also for your overall well-being.

Step 9: Seek Support

Sometimes, we need a little help in setting and maintaining boundaries. Don’t be afraid to seek support from a therapist or counselor. They can provide valuable guidance and strategies to help you navigate boundary issues effectively. I recently read the book “Boundary Boss” by Terri Cole and can highly recommend it. 

Step 10: Practice Self-Compassion

Setting boundaries can be challenging, but it’s essential to be kind to yourself throughout the process. Remember that it’s okay to say no when necessary, and it’s okay to prioritize your own well-being. Self-compassion is a vital component of establishing and maintaining strong boundaries.

 ➡ By following these steps, you’re not only enhancing your physical well-being but also nurturing your emotional and mental health. As you continue on this path, remember that setting and maintaining boundaries is an ongoing process, just like caring for your liver. Be patient with yourself, and stay committed to your journey to a happier, more balanced life.

The 21-Day Ayurveda Hormone Detox

It is a 3-week online course with live sessions and a 24/7 online support forum, you will gently strengthen your liver, bring your hormones back into balance and gain mental clarity. The program is perfect for you if you suffer from hormonal imbalances like

  • Insulin resistance
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Insomnia & Chronic Fatigue
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Depression
  • Chronic fatigue and low energy
  • Severe moods and weak boundaries
  • Digestive disorders like leaky gut 
  • Estrogen dominance
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
  • Digestive issues like constipation, gas, indigestion
  • High androgen or testosterone levels
  • If you want to stop taking the pill without side effects.
  • Suffer from headaches and migraines
  • Low libido
  • Weight gain
  • Hot flashes and night sweats
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

More than 200 women have already completed the program. I’m still absolutely overwhelmed by how much positive feedback I get. But above all, I am proud of the participants, some of whom feel such wonderful positive changes in themselves after just a few days.

I would be very happy if I could also help YOU with the 21-Day Ayurveda Hormone Detox to recapture your energy, your lightness and your hormone balance. 

You can find more information and registration for the program here:

#26 How Alcohol Affects Hormones: What You Need to Know

#26 How Alcohol Affects Hormones: What You Need to Know

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#26 How Alcohol Affects Hormones: What You Need to Know

#26 How Alcohol Affects Hormones: What You Need to Know – Interview with Wendy McCallum

Wendy is a burnout & alcohol coach and helps professional women to develop a healthier relationship with alcohol. In this episode we share our different perspectives and approaches around alcohol. 

Tune in and discover: 

  • Why did Wendy decide to become an alcohol coach?
  • The most common myths about alcohol.
  • How does alcohol impact your hormones?
  • What effect does it have on emotions and mood? 
  • What is the culture of alcohol?
  • Tips for an alcohol-free night out.
  • Health benefits of not drinking alcohol.
  • How long does it take to detoxify the body before you can feel the positive effects? 
  • How much alcohol is safe to drink?
  • What can you do to support your body to detox alcohol quicker if you had some?

We would LOVE to hear from you any thoughts, reactions, or takeaways you have as you’re listening, so definitely screenshot and tag us @beatburnoutandbooze & @hormonecoachcarina .

Discover Wendy’s work here.  

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