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If you are a man, you may wish to stop reading now. Don’t say I didn’t warn you 🙂
For February, I’m going to be sharing a lot of information about women’s health with you. Originally, this was going to be part of the “From Toxic to Healthy: Health” section. But, I felt that women’s health had too much information to pack into one week. In fact, there’s too much information to pack into one month, but I am going to try!
A large part of the focus this month will be on menstrual health. Having endometriosis and adenomyosis is one of the biggest reasons I made the switch to natural menstrual products. I did a lot of research and found that several women reported that by stopping the use of chemical-filled disposable products, their cramps were lessened. I figured it was worth a shot and jumped in. I am so glad I did.
There are quite a few different options you can choose from when making the switch from toxic to healthy menstrual products. Each of them has different pros and cons. I tried to pick a variety of the more popular ones to test and review. This month, we will be discussing natural disposable tampons and pads. We will also be discussing reusable options such as menstrual cups, cloth pads, cloth tampons, sea sponge tampons and menstrual panties. I will also be sharing my “must haves” to get through that time of the month, ways to handle PMS, safe fitness workouts for women, breast health and more.
Are you ready? I sure am.
Check back on Tuesday for What You’ve Always Wanted To Know About Cloth Pads