William Grazione

B.S. Exercise Science CEO The Educated Dieter Inc. I am the CEO of The Educated Dieter, Inc., where I work with my team of coaches to provide the highest level of 1 on 1 nutrition coaching available. We also strive to create products and content across all social platforms to further our client’s education which we know will provide them lifelong value.

4 Tips To Improve Your Cycle


Here at The Educated Dieter, we want to provide you with a wealth of information on how to optimize your hormone health, and manage menstrual-related symptoms. Some of our top tips for supporting a healthy menstrual cycles with our clients include the following …

Balancing Blood Sugar Blood
Blood sugar imbalances can have a profound effect on your hormone health, and can lead to symptoms like mood swings, fatigue, and irregular cycles. We recommend an eating cycle that keeps your calories in maintenance, and includes protein, healthy fats, carbs in the right amounts, and fiber to help regulate blood sugar levels.

Managing Stress
Chronic stress can disrupt the delicate balance of hormones involved in the menstrual cycle, and can lead to irregular cycles and other menstrual-related symptoms. We highly recommend  incorporating stress-reducing practices like walking, yoga, meditation, and deep breathing into your daily routine.

Supporting Liver Function
The liver plays a key role in hormone metabolism and elimination of waste, therefore, supporting liver function can help optimize your hormone health. We recommend incorporating liver-supportive foods like leafy greens, cruciferous vegetables like broccoli for the (DIM), and beets into your diet. If you prefer supplements, magnesium and milk thistle can be great additions to your morning routine and can help with proper detoxification.

Supporting Gut Health
Gut health and hormone health are closely intertwined, and imbalances in the gut microbiome can have a negative effect on menstrual health. We recommend incorporating gut-supportive foods like fermented vegetables and probiotics into your diet to help promote a healthy gut microbiome, as well as making sure you are having a daily bowel movement to help with detoxification.

In conclusion, the menstrual cycle is a complex and dynamic process that plays a vital role in the health and well-being of all women. By understanding the various factors that influence the menstrual cycle, and by implementing strategies to support hormone health, women can optimize their menstrual health, know what to expect, learn about the different phases, become educated about their own bodies,  and live their best lives. 

In Part 2 of our series on women’s cycles, we will ask the pressing questions of …

1️⃣ What does birth control actually do for your period? 
2️⃣ What can cause a loss of your period? 
3️⃣ What can you do if you lost your period and don’t know how to get it back?
4️⃣ Lifestyle changes you can make to get your cycle back.
5️⃣ Supplements you can take to help improve FSH and LH pulsatility.

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God Bless and thank you for reading,
Coach William and the entire Educated Dieter Family

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