Let me accompany you with my nutritional knowledge, scientific rigor, my experience and sense of humor.
Beyond the obvious physical change that almost all women suffer, great changes happen within us. And I like to define menopause as a walrus. Because that’s how I felt!
The walrus, that nice animal that can be meek or aggressive.
Because not all menopauses are the same, nor every day you live it in the same way!
Believe me if I tell you that it is a wonderfull frenetic path of
personal knowledge, power and liberation.
At 35 I was diagnosed with celiac disease and lactose intolerance and at 39 for early menopause, also known as premature ovarian failure. Just at the moment I wanted to become a mother.
I had a very abrupt perimenopause and a menopause with a lot of symptoms. Actually, I lived in a maelstrom of stress, poor diet, sedentary lifestyle, business trips and rhythms that hurt me without me being aware of it.
My menopause caused me depression, anxiety, fatigue, joint pain and migraines. I am very thankful to her that didn’t bother me too much with hot flushes.
I’ve went over a journey of years searching for my well-being that have led me up to this point.
Academic background in nutrition and scientific research, but also spiritual training.
In order to feel good and set my health foundation for the years to come.