FIX YOUR SYMPTOMS
WITH THE FLO PROTOCOL
The FLO protocol teaches you how to eat for each phase of your cycle so you can achieve optimal hormonal balance quickly and permanently.
Your body experiences 3 pivotal hormonal transitions as a woman. These are normal, and there should be no symptoms, but oftentimes this is exactly when your body feels like it’s betraying you.
With the FLO protocol, you’ll learn how to navigate each of these transitions so you can feel great in your body.
Click on each box to explore which symptoms you may have and which FLO program you may need right now.
Feed Your Hormones
- To have clear skin.
- To feel good about how I look and have a balanced weight.
- To get rid of my cramps.
- To stop breast tenderness.
- To stop my moodswings.
- To end PMS (aka fit into my skinny jeans all month).
- To fix fibroids.
- To manage endometriosis.
- To have more energy.
- To think more clearly and be more productive.
- To sleep better.
- To keep my hair and skin looking youthful.
- To lose weight faster.
- To stop hot flashes/night sweats/anxiety.
- To slow the aging process.
Your period shouldn’t be a monthly pain in the ovaries.
Unpredictable cycles or totally absent periods… or heavy bleeding and painful cramps… with headaches, nausea, and vomiting — it’s just a natural part of womanhood, right? WRONG. We damn our misery by calling it “the curse” or “Aunt Flo”, but it wasn’t designed to simply be your monthly punishment. In reality, your period should be easy, painless, regular, and symptom free.
The real reason WHY “Aunt Flo” causes any (or all) of these issues is hormonal imbalance. And the great news is that you can fix the root of theses issues with food.
The WomanCode System provides the foundation for clearing your body of imbalances so that you can have regular, easy, pain-free periods and be in your personally Monthly FLO.
You’re designed to be ultra-fertile.
But there may be things in your diet and lifestyle that are blocking your natural fertility, inhibiting your hormonal function, and preventing you from becoming a mother.
If you’ve been trying to conceive without success… or you’re working with IVF (or prefer to avoid IVF)… you’re certainly not alone.
It’s not just women of advanced maternal age who are having trouble conceiving. In fact, 44% of women signing up for reproductive assistance are under 35, according to the CDC’s National Survey of Family Growth.
But you don’t have to rely solely on modern medicine improve your chances of having a family. There’s a lot you can do to boost your own fertility with what you eat and how you live.
Research shows that what you eat has a huge impact on your ability to conceive.
One study from Harvard showed that women who ate the highest amounts healthy, monounsaturated fat were 3.4 times more likely to get pregnant after IVF. And in a Danish study, women who drank 5 or more cups of coffee halved their chances of getting pregnant.
It’s time to cut to the chase and get to the root of what’s not working. You CAN reclaim your inherent fertile power and prepare your body to conceive.
You’re just too young for this.
If you’re constantly tired, stressed, or go through bouts of insomnia, it’s no wonder your libido feels flat. Living the typical on-the-go modern lifestyle—with lots of stress, too many distractions and too little downtime—it’s no surprise you have no desire left at the end of the day.
We think it’s normal to have no sex drive as we age. But that myth is short-changing us from having a naturally hot libido. In fact, your testosterone increases as you age, and when your hormones are balanced, you should feel sexy all month long.
And this isn’t something that happens only to women in their 40s and 50s. While perimenopause does begin around age 35, more and more women in their 20s are experiencing symptoms of premature aging.
If your moods are volatile… you have chronic stress, anxiety, or insomnia… your sex drive is low or set to off… your weight is a little off… you may actually be aging faster than you should be.
You can fix all of your symptoms by addressing the root of your issues—your hormones.