Woman Code With WomanCode holistic health coach Alisa Vitti shows women how to maintain health and vitality with a food based program to rebalance their hormones Alisa Vitti found herself suffering through the

  • Title: Woman Code
  • Author: Alisa Vitti
  • ISBN: 9789962130792
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • With WomanCode, holistic health coach Alisa Vitti shows women how to maintain health and vitality with a food based program to rebalance their hormones.Alisa Vitti found herself suffering through the symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome PCOS , and was able to heal herself through food and lifestyle changes Relieved and reborn, she made it her mission to empower otherWith WomanCode, holistic health coach Alisa Vitti shows women how to maintain health and vitality with a food based program to rebalance their hormones.Alisa Vitti found herself suffering through the symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome PCOS , and was able to heal herself through food and lifestyle changes Relieved and reborn, she made it her mission to empower other women to be able to do the same.Whether you are suffering from irregular periods, fertility issues, depression, or lack of sex drive, Alisa Vitti says that meds and anti depressants aren t the only solutions Groundbreaking and informative, WomanCode educates women about hormone health in a way that s relevant and easy to understand And the five step protocol can markedly improve health and overall quality of life.Bestselling author and women s health expert Christiane Northrup, who has called WomanCode the Our Bodies, Ourselves of this generation, provides an insightful foreword.

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    About "Alisa Vitti"

    1. Alisa Vitti

      Alisa Vitti, HHC, Integrative Nutritionist, Reproductive Endocrinology, Author of WomanCode, Founder CEO of FLOlivingAlisa is an integrative nutritionist who teaches women how to use their hormonal and neurochemical patterns to create extraordinary lives She is the best selling author of WomanCode and the founder of FLOLiving, a virtual health center that supports women s hormonal and reproductive health A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, she is the creator of the WomanCode System, a one of a kind online learning and support program for women in the 20s, 30s, and 40s based on her revolutionary functional nutritional protocol Alisa is a popular media guest and has been featured on The Dr Oz Show, has a web series on Lifetime, CBS, Fox, Shape, Huffington Post, has a popular TEDx talk and has presented at Talks Google.Alisa began her journey in women s hormonal health 15 years ago, when she was battling frustrating health symptoms At the time, Alisa weighed 200 pounds, was covered in painful cystic acne, had her period about twice a year, and felt chronically fatigued Doctors could not figure out what was wrong Eventually, Alisa discovered she had PCOS.The problem had been identified, but numerous doctors told Alisa that she faced a life of continual medication and a future of diabetes, obesity, infertility, heart disease, and cancer A voice inside of Alisa said No She was not willing to accept this as her reality and took matters into her own hands Through rigorous study and implementation, Alisa healed herself from all hormonal imbalances and created a five step protocol to help women around the world do the same After over 15 years of running a thriving women s wellness practice in Manhattan, Alisa took her business online Today, thousands of women in five continents are practicing Alisa s protocol daily through her WomanCode Hormonal Sync System It also serves as a trusted resource for many GYN and IVF specialists who want to recommend a natural solution for their patients For information and to get in your FLO, visit floliving.

    866 thoughts on “Woman Code”

    1. Well. I heard about this book from listening to The Lively Show podcast. As a sufferer of PCOS, I thought this might be helpful, but much of the diet kind of stuff is what you can read on any uber-healthy trendy blog--wheat, dairy, and sugar are out; vegetables and lean protein are basically the only things that are in. I can't subscribe to such a restrictive diet.I DID like the in-depth explanation of different phases within the menstrual cycle, along with her tips on how to maximize your natur [...]

    2. I was really excited to read this book, but it ended up being a huge disappointment. I felt like Alisa spent too much time talking about less important matters and not enough time touching on the aspects that I was truly interested in. For example, she spend page after page talking about how important it is to eat the proper way for balanced blood sugar levels but then spends only 3 pages giving the actual information on how to eat this way. I, for one, do not need more motivation to eat the rig [...]

    3. I heard the author on a podcast and immediately purchased this book. It was pretty informative about how everything works together in your body and how food and lifestyle choices impact a womans health. The author did not go very in depth as far a food and life style choices that are most beneficial, only briefly touching on it. I found that this book was basically meant to overview these topics and serve as a brochure guiding you to buy the authors $300 program. That was a little disappointing [...]

    4. Has some good principles. I'm going to try this for a few months and see if it makes a difference. Must be pretty convincing if it got me to quick eating sugar and soda. I feel better and think more clearly. I've lost weight and am sleeping better. We'll see in a couple of months if it is helping with my hormones.Update: It has been 2 months and I am feeling much more calm and haven't had as much PMS and anger. I think it is helping. I have eliminated some of the endocrine inhibitors in my routi [...]

    5. Every woman should read this. My girlfriend shared this with me and now I’m sharing it with all my female friends and acquaintances because it’s actually changed my periods and my life for the better. After years of struggling with PMS (mood swings, bloating, acne, and fatigue) I was so tired of hearing the canned responses about periods being miserable and the negative stereotyping of women as unpredictably hormonal. This book is the antidote to the male driven adage of the “PMS scaries. [...]

    6. Amazing book and insight into what we should become and keep track of as women ☆ All of this made sense to me and I feel like I will go back to this book a lot !!Also, a lot of women in the comment section seemed to either expect this book to tell everything about all sorts of things or to feel the pressure to either do everything the book says or join the program of the author.To all of you:1. Do your own research after the book and do trials on what works or doesn't work for you. Things can' [...]

    7. I am not yet finished reading this book ,but it's magic has worked for me I am 5 weeks 🙂I followed the guidelines as much as I could and with the help of vitamin b group the magic happened This book is not for ordinary readers You have to know and feel the discomfort and sadness that PCOS brings to a woman's life to understand how much of a help this book might be and how much hope it might give you The hope to be a normal person .The first 54 pages were annoying if one could say the aut [...]

    8. A must read for any woman wanting to take a holistic approach to balancing her hormones. This book, written by a former PCOS sufferer, is really eye opening about the female body, and how different hormonal issues and pains that we are always taught when we are young that we just have to "deal with" or take medication and not let it interfere with life, can be addressed with good nutrition and self care. This author addresses the endocrine system as a whole, and how different problems, such as i [...]

    9. There was some useful information in this book, but I found the application to be laughably impractical, particularly for a working woman with children. I would have to have my lunch by 9:30 am, and my dinner by 4:30 pm at the latest, for example, and I should be in bed by 8:30 pm. 😂 To be honest, once I read that, I skimmed the rest of the book. While I appreciated the way Vitti connected the systems of the body and hormonal cycles and learned more about how my body should work, I was really [...]

    10. Lo recomiendo si tienes algunos problemas hormonales, te enfrentas a la infertilidad o quieres conocer mejor las etapas del ciclo menstrual; sin embargo, tienes que soportar la propaganda del autor y analizar su régimen restrictivo y "trendy" antes de recibir algunas verdades sobre los problemas que enfrentas.

    11. This book is for women with problems such as ovarian cysts and endometriosis and luckily none of that applies to me. But I wanted to read it anyway, because it's about the way hormones rule every part of our lives and we should be paying attention to them. She offers up extreme lifestyle changes (eradicate all chemicals from your home; no dairy and no gluten; exercise, eat and plan your daily work activities according to your monthly menstrual cycle) as the key to getting your hormones to work f [...]

    12. There is some good information in here, unfortunately not really anything new for me. If you're just starting on a fertility journey, you could start here but I've been on it for some time so it's mostly review. I really wish she explained the eating protocol more thoroughly, it's only given a few pages whereas her personal story took up chapters. Why eat artichokes in the follicular phase? Where do tomatillos fall into her scheme? Without knowing the reasons why she included certain foods in ea [...]

    13. I read this book after hearing the author speak twice on 'The Lively Show' podcast. She emphasizes using natural remedies and techniques to deal with issues from infertility to irregular cycles to skin problems. I think some of her program is interesting but it would be so hard to fully implement. But it was interesting to read about ways to impact your cycle and hormonal balance through eating.

    14. Understand your menstrual cycle and reproductive health in a new, brilliant way.Vitti explains the four parts of your monthly cycle in beautiful detail with easy food and lifestyle recommendations to heal.

    15. Profound. Great 4 day cleanse to reset your endocrine system. Learn how all hormones are dependent on each other, foods to eat and ways to adjust your lifestyle for different phases of your cycle. I want to learn even more! First, I'm going to try to balance my blood sugar levels.

    16. I particularly liked the section on food. I've been really into matching my diet to my cycle, and learning all about enhancing my biological processes.

    17. interesting, and I may try a few things from this, but wasn't revolutionary for me.

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