Hormone health is a top priority for us here at Tempdrop. We want as many women around the world to know their own body and understand their menstrual cycle.
An essential part of that is knowing how to use your fertility data to improve your overall health, fertility, fitness and well-being. We’ve put together a list of our top fertility health and fitness accounts we think you should follow for sound hormonal advice!
Audrey S. Geyer, Fertility Awareness Educator & High-Performance Women's Health Coach (@audreysgeyer).
She teaches you how to understand your cycles and confidently use a SymptoHormonal Method for health and to use your hormones to your advantage to achieve more (health, personal, or professional goals) with less stress.
Audrey also partners with @kendyll_marie to roll out their program Synch Your Strength.
Sophie Shepherd (@shetalkshealth) is a Functional Health and Empowerment Coach for your period, gut, thyroid & brain health.
Sophie helps women around the world to change their menstrual and digestive health. She uses a combination of root cause diagnostic testing and nutrition strategies to help CEO’s, executives and entrepreneurial women to make positive changes to fix their health and hormone issues.
Jessica Ash (@jessicaashwellness) is a hormone coach and functional, holistic nutritionist.
Nina Boyce (@nourishedwithnina) is a fertility awareness educator, with a focus on nutrition.
Kate (@cfkate) is a fitness and nutrition coach.
She runs nutrition workshops, and one-to-one workshops. All of which take into account your period and hormonal changes.
Aligning your health and fitness to your cycle can have huge benefits (both short term and long term) so why not do some additional research, utilize the resources available in these accounts and see if you can feel happier and healthier in your own skin.