Dr. Kim Abog, Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Kim Abog, Naturopathic Doctor I advocate wellness. I connect people to the tools they need to achieve their healthiest and most fu

I am a naturopathic doctor serving the Greater Toronto Area communities and Ontario residents virtually. I connect people to the tools they need to achieve their healthiest and most fulfilling lives. I practice naturopathic medicine and have a special interest in reproductive health.

This was easy and hard to read. Easy because the author  has a skillful way of weaving different stories of people of di...
08/17/2023

This was easy and hard to read.

Easy because the author has a skillful way of weaving different stories of people of different backgrounds so empathetically and vividly.

Hard to read because while we are reading fictional narrations of events, the issues of systemic racism, poverty, s*xuality, s*x work and more that the characters struggled through are still very real.

“i was fifteen. you were four.
i taught you drama in a scarborough community centre.
you were surviving neglect.
wherever you are, i hope you are safe
and know i loved you enough to write you this book.”

08/16/2023

Here’s more reason to not doubt yourself in seeking help when feeling unsure about your heavy menstrual bleeding.

It's 2023 and menstrual products are only now being tested with blood.

Incredible research. Just heartbreaking how we didn’t think of studying this sooner.

The researchers tested menstrual products like tampons, pads, menstrual cups and discs, and period underwear to determine their maximum capacity to absorb or fill using expired human packed red blood cells.

- They found that menstrual discs held the most blood of any product (at 80mL for the Intimina-Ziggy disc).
- The perineal ice- activated cold pack and period Knix underwear held the least (

More and more people are realizing now how important diet is in the management of not just PCOS but also overall fertili...
07/25/2023

More and more people are realizing now how important diet is in the management of not just PCOS but also overall fertility and reproductive health challenges.

So a question I get at least 2-3x daily is if having PCOS means avoiding dairy and gluten long-term.

And right now, the answer is NOT NECESSARILY.

Nutrition science is so complex and highly nuanced, that there is no general dietary recommendation for complex and highly nuanced conditions like PCOS.

Swipe through this carousel post and/or click the link in my bio to learn more.

07/20/2023
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06/28/2023

Berberine is Nature’s Ozempic….according to Tiktok.

Berberine is gaining momentum on social media for its weight loss effects, even being referred to by some as “nature’s Ozempic”. It is generally widely available - you can find them in health food stores - and significantly less expensive.

Berberine is a plant-based compound called an alkaloid that is active in a number of plant species including barberry, goldenseal, and Oregon grape.

It has a good amount of evidence to back it up when it comes to minimizing the duration of infectious illnesses as well as curbing appetite and regulating blood sugar levels…which makes this a no-brainer for managing weight “naturally”.

Compared to Ozempic, berberine has a different mechanism of action.

Ozempic may result in weight loss by delaying gastric emptying, which induces feelings of fullness and reduces intake of food.

Berberine may significantly help with weight management because it can improve insulin resistance.

I’m all for health independence but I am also for being critical of where information is coming from.

Berberine when used in inappropriate situations can cause digestive disturbances such as nausea and vomiting, gas, abdominal cramps.

If you feel that berberine can help you, do ensure that you get a second opinion before using it.

I highly recommend speaking with a doctor, naturopathic doctor (me 🙋🏻‍♀️) or someone with knowledge/experience before taking berberine as a part of your health regimen for optimizing your weight and metabolism, fertility, and more.

Happy Philippine Independence Day!
 🇵🇭Maligayang Araw ng Kalayaan! 🇵🇭Did you know that the Philippines has a rich (pre-c...
06/13/2023

Happy Philippine Independence Day!
 🇵🇭Maligayang Araw ng Kalayaan! 🇵🇭

Did you know that the Philippines has a rich (pre-colonial!) Indigenous culture and natural resources aplenty?

Before we had a patriarchal viewpoint of what family/society/life should be, the many different polities in the Philippine archipelago have had notable achievements such as Indigenous educational systems and writing systems (e.g. Baybayin), civility & respect towards ethnic differences, craft innovations, development of indigenous culinary & healing arts, folk literature, performing arts, equal stand on decision-making from any gender, and acceptance/welcoming of q***r & trans people.

The photos in this post are some ancient fertility symbols, known to be made in Southeast Asia particularly in jade workshops in the Philippines – The lingling-o and dinumug.

From baybayinalive.com:

The lingling-o is a common ancient artifact symbolizing fertility found around Southeast Asia & the Philippines. Dinumug is a fertility symbol & symbol of prosperity and love found in the Ifugao, Bontoc and other Cordillera regions of the northern Philippines.

Take a look at the negative space formed within the above solid shapes, and you should be able to perceive the shape that can be considered the internal female reproductive system—the womb and the birth canal. (Some archaelogists interpret the shape as that of the uterus and the umbilical cord.)

As fertility symbols, these shapes captured the feminine essence — that which nurtures life within itself and gives birth to it.

The lingling-o was worn by people in various regions of the Philippines but also all around Southeast Asia so it is obvious that this symbol and its meaning of fertility existed beyond words and language — it was worn because of its “magical” or blessing qualities for fertility and prosperity, and at the same time it embodied an abstract concept of the Feminine.

Usually when we witness people talk about (in)fertility challenges, the conversations seem to be mostly addressing femal...
06/05/2023

Usually when we witness people talk about (in)fertility challenges, the conversations seem to be mostly addressing female reproductive health-related issues (i.e. uterus, ovaries, vulvovaginal issues etc.)

The other part of the fertility equation matters too. Male infertility challenges (afflicting those who are able to make s***m) are also a prominent part of the Infertility problem. The ever elusive 'Unexplained Infertility' diagnosis also creeps into the medical charts of those dealing with male infertility issues. Often left to be explained.

So how can we do better in improving the fertility goals of those affected by this issue? I think it starts with gaining an awareness of other potential factors that can disrupt someone's ability to produce adequate/healthy s***m quality.

Some under-addressed factors include metabolic issues (like insulin resistance); stress; environmental exposures to smoke, industrial chemicals, etc.; suboptimal nutrition; alcohol intake; and sleep quality issues.

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This meal for 2 took me 10-15ish minutes to prepare and make. The only thing I really cooked was the asparagus sautéed i...
06/03/2023

This meal for 2 took me 10-15ish minutes to prepare and make.

The only thing I really cooked was the asparagus sautéed in EVOO + butter + s&p + oregano + splash of lemon juice.

I chopped up an abandoned potato in the fridge and marinated it in some EVOO + seasonings with frozen vegetables.

Took advantage of a convenient package of cooked frozen chicken breasts from and baked that too.

Dinner is ready. Nothing fancy. Not the “healthiest” (also don’t let a health influencer shame you). But surely nutrient-dense.

Happy Friday! Save your energy, it’s hot out there. Stay hydrated!

Two weeks ago, I took part in the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors’ Lobby Day wherein we were welcomed at Que...
05/31/2023

Two weeks ago, I took part in the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors’ Lobby Day wherein we were welcomed at Queen’s Park to speak with different Ontario Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs).

Speaking with politicians is definitely not something I am used to. Needless to say I was SO nervous.

But the need to speak up and advocate for people falling through the cracks of the healthcare system is greater than whatever worry there was.

It was an interesting (and worthwhile) experience to be sharing with legislators the lived realities our patients go through when it comes to accessing health care.

Oh you bet I definitely talked about the many gaps in care for those seeking help with fertility and reproductive health concerns, pregnancy, postpartum (!!!!!), common infections like UTIs, menopause, pain, aging etc.

It is also not everyday you get to talk to politicians about what we do as Naturopathic Doctors in championing the health and well-being of our patients and how we can collectively be part of a sustainable solution to Ontario’s overburdened healthcare system.

To my surprise, in spite of the many different political views and what we see/hear in the news/media (which are often polarizing), the people we spoke to seemed very receptive and engaged in our conversations. The awareness and gravity of the healthcare system crises were palpable, and we shared our deep concerns.

This experience is certainly one for the books – my hope is that it’s not just another book left unread. Onwards and upwards!

05/31/2023

Check out our conversation about PCOS and what it really means to manage it – a topic not really talked about in our Filipino culture

Social media is a funny tool. It’s great to connect with people you would never think about discussing with and to learn...
05/30/2023

Social media is a funny tool. It’s great to connect with people you would never think about discussing with and to learn new things. In the midst of finding connection, sometimes it can make you feel disconnected from yourself – at least that’s how I feel sometimes when I am scrolling away.

It’s an interesting time to be a healthcare service + information provider on socials – Trying to reach and educate more people while juggling the ethics of potentially causing harm with sharing well-meaning information that may inaccurately represent how to resolve someone’s health concerns. Or how about trying to simplify physiological concepts of PCOS/fertility/endometriosis/immune dysregulation/mitochondrial dysfunction etc. while avoiding minimizing the complexity of the human body. Or tying in the many intersections of health, power, privilege, and societal norms.

Yikes. Sometimes it is easier to disconnect.

I don’t think completely going off the grid is the answer to finding that inner peace though. Perhaps being more intentional about how you spend your time, what you consume (sustenance/media/health info/exposures, etc/) would give you a better idea of what it is to be self-connected.

Anyway, there isn’t really a point to this post lol. Just wanted to rant (?) and may be update y’all who may be interested. Connecting and empowering people through (mostly reproductive) health education will always be the goal here. Part of the learning is sharing glimpses of reality that trying to improve yourself (e.g. expanding your health knowledge, signing up for different self-improvement learning opportunities) is not always simple, and it is okay to disconnect when you need to find yourself again.

How do you use social media? What do you look for?

Hi y'all! I'll be a guest on the first episode of the Life To Legacy EXPLAINED spring series, which airs tomorrow! I wou...
03/27/2023

Hi y'all! I'll be a guest on the first episode of the Life To Legacy EXPLAINED spring series, which airs tomorrow!

I would love for you to join and tune in as I take part in sharing some perspectives on longevity and nutrition.

Head over to https://everythingexplained.ca/ to watch the livestream or click the link in my bio. Feel free to share to anyone you may know who would enjoy this exciting informative new show!

(Re)planting my roots and serving families in Scarborough ❤️Find me  on Fridays and every other Saturday! Super excited ...
03/05/2023

(Re)planting my roots and serving families in Scarborough ❤️

Find me on Fridays and every other Saturday! Super excited to join an awesome team. Stay tuned for more details on my website + newsletter!!

Primum non nocere. First, do no harm.This is an oath most healthcare providers swear by upon finishing their studies. Th...
02/16/2023

Primum non nocere. First, do no harm.

This is an oath most healthcare providers swear by upon finishing their studies.

This is a promise we make to people when we dedicate a career to helping them achieve great health.

Yet, we hear people who have PCOS, going through perimenopause, are dealing with obesity, or are generally not deemed "healthy" by society, all the time have demeaning experiences with healthcare providers just trying to get help (even when it is for non-weight-related concerns).

It's 2023. Weight stigma is harmful. Dismissing patient's concerns is harmful. Assuming someone’s parenthood preferences is harmful. Imposing beauty standards as health standards is harmful. Fatphobia is harmful.

We need empathy, attentiveness, non-judgmental support, and ongoing advocacy from our healthcare providers.

PMID: 35567790

Note: The experiences shared in this post were graciously shared to me by my patients over the years.

When you are afflicted with PCOS, fertility, hormone health issues (or any type of challenge for that matter), it's easy...
02/15/2023

When you are afflicted with PCOS, fertility, hormone health issues (or any type of challenge for that matter), it's easy to tie your self-worth with what you deem as success.

It's easy to love yourself when you have less acne. Less bloating. Less weight gain.
Less anxiety and depression. Less clutter in the house. Less facial hair. More money. More praise from your boss. More new clothes and shoes. More curves. More lip fullness. More muscle tone. More time.

You never need to do life the "right way" to grant yourself that acceptance you deserve for yourself. You are always deserving of opportunities to improve your life. You are allowed to love yourself as you are.

01/19/2023

Does going through assisted reproductive technologies mean you will have a high-risk pregnancy?

No, not automatically. But the answer is much more complicated than that.

01/18/2023

It’s an all-too familiar scenario for Dr. Jamie Kroft: meeting a patient with endometriosis who has spent years without a diagnosis and appropriate care. It’s an all-too familiar scenario for Dr. Jamie Kroft: meeting a patient with endometriosis who has spent years without a diagnosis and approp...

As the year comes to an end (WHAT!?), I reflect on the many opportunities I've had to expand my skillset as a full-spect...
12/22/2022

As the year comes to an end (WHAT!?), I reflect on the many opportunities I've had to expand my skillset as a full-spectrum reproductive care provider; to learn from wonderful people who helped liberate those who have been systemically oppressed; to support people through tough health circumstances; and to just be a better human.

This work (entrepreneurship etc. etc.) is hard and sometimes discouraging, especially when things seem increasingly inaccessible and people are still struggling. Nonetheless, I am grateful to be where I am. And even more grateful that there are people who put their trust and work with me. Thank you! ❤️

So here I've put together an easy-to-digest summary of the many capacities I can provide to support you and your community. Feel free to save this post or share it with someone who may benefit from my services.

To learn more about these offerings please feel free to reach out directly via DM or click on the link in my profile.

May you find peace this holiday season! 🎄

If you have spent enough time on the Internet, you'll know that there's so much information out there about what to eat,...
11/23/2022

If you have spent enough time on the Internet, you'll know that there's so much information out there about what to eat, what not to eat, X food causes Y disease, etc.

It's tough to navigate a world of conflicting information, when you're just trying to choose better for yourself.

Yes there certainly may be foods (and even exercises) that can have significant shifts in health metrics, which may improve your health concerns. Yes everyone and their mom is feeling better on a particular diet, sure.

But...It is really important to have a support system when exploring this territory. YOUR territory of what food regimens will work best for YOU.

The wellness industry (especially on social media 😬) does not know what you are going through (and hey I am a part of this too!). You don't really get to hear about someone's privilege, unique life circumstances, previous history with food, when they talk about the research or benefits of XYZ.

So be easy on yourself and do not let yourself be shamed by not following a so-so 'healthy' diet. Yes there are things that are generally considered 'healthier' than others...but health is so much more than that.

Developing a healthy relationship with food is being aware of how certain foods make you feel, giving yourself space and time to change, and being flexible with how you nourish yourself.

Happy Monday everyone! I always think of Ovulation as the Mondays of the menstrual cycle...you can debate with me on thi...
11/14/2022

Happy Monday everyone! I always think of Ovulation as the Mondays of the menstrual cycle...you can debate with me on this one but thought y'all should know:

OVULATION IS GOOD FOR YOUR BODY.

Ovulation is what happens when hormone changes in your body trigger an o***y to release an egg. This happens usually once in every menstrual cycle.

Ovulation switches on hormones that
⭐️ Make you STRONGER
⭐️ Make you FEEL GOOD
⭐️ Make you FEEL ENERGIZED
⭐️ Make you LESS INFLAMED

You don’t have to be thinking about making babies to care about ovulation.

Here’s a checklist for you to think about now and then. It may take a while to get used to – that’s what makes it fun – but you’ll get the hang of it!

Signs of POSSIBLE ovulation
- Lubricative (generally clear, wet and stretchy) cervical mucus
- Regular menstrual bleeds (It is also possible to have regular 'periods' without having ovulated)
- Positive ovulation tests
- Increased libido
- Lower abdominal discomfort/cramp (Mittelschmerz pain)

Signs of DEFINITE ovulation:
- Luteal phase rise in temperature
- An increase in blood progesterone levels tested during the middle of your luteal phase
- Positive urine PdG* tests
- Confirmation via transvaginal ultrasound

Note that:
- Bleeds that happen when you are on hormonal birth control are not periods

YOUR BODY IS SMART. If you feel like you’re anything less than your best, chances are your body’s way of facilitating healthy ovulation may be at stake. Ask for help! You deserve to feel your best. Ovulation is just one of your many superpowers.

Thinking of growing your family?Thank YOU for choosing to love. I believe that if there is a desire to be a parent, the ...
11/03/2022

Thinking of growing your family?

Thank YOU for choosing to love. I believe that if there is a desire to be a parent, the capacity to be one is there.

Whatever path you choose to grow your family, I would be happy to support you. Fertility can be an overwhelming world to navigate. You deserve to know your options and non-judgmental, comprehensive and compassionate care.

You may not be fully on board the Let's Get Pregnant train yet, and that is A-OK!!

Do know that it's never too early to start thinking about your options and taking steps to achieving your best health. That is how we optimize fertility, after all.

I am accepting new fertility patients in Ontario. DM me or check out my website to book a Discovery Session :)

https://kimabog.com/healthy-fertility/

PS great fertility care also means healthy aging care :)

If we have worked together before or you have been following me for a while, you’ll know that your hormones impact more ...
11/01/2022

If we have worked together before or you have been following me for a while, you’ll know that your hormones impact more than just your reproductive function. They also affect your experience of energy, sleep quality, mood, hunger, digestion, etc. Your body is smartly designed to respond to hormones – it quite literally is an interesting whole-body experience to be hormonal/cyclical beings!

Let this post remind you of WHY you may be here (on my page or even on other health educators’/influencers’).

So here’s a challenge for you. Reflect on how your hormone concerns are affecting your life, how you feel, and if you are at peace with where you are now. If you require support, then don’t be afraid to seek it!

What’s your hormone story?

11/01/2022

New video alert! (Yes I am bringing my YouTube channel back to life, care to subscribe?) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TW1mGgL7uE

Here's a walkthrough of what to expect with virtual visits with yours truly.

Instructions for an awesome healthcare experience:

1. Find the session you need (Hint: Book a Discovery Visit: https://kimabog.com/book-appointment/)
2. Go to my online scheduling system page and select an appointment date and time. Fill out contact details so your unique link to access my virtual platform becomes available to you.
3. Check your email to click on the "Begin Your Online Appointment" button. Don't forget to fill in the Intake form if you booked a naturopathic visit (only for initial appointments). You can test your device before our session.
4. Sit back, relax, ask all the questions you have for me, and (hope you) enjoy our time together!
5. Wait for your customized treatment plan to be sent out to you at the end of the day.

Looking forward to connecting with and supporting you!

What is your ideal healthcare experience? (Ontario Public Health, take hints below🧐)

Periods and menstrual cycles are often used interchangeably in conversation.🔑 PSA: Periods are not the same as menstrual...
10/26/2022

Periods and menstrual cycles are often used interchangeably in conversation.

🔑 PSA: Periods are not the same as menstrual cycles. However, they’re both important to track and deserving of care!

In fact, your menstrual cycle is more than just your period. Your menstrual bleeds are called ‘periods’ because they occur periodically or in a regular monthly pattern. Your periods are a PART of your menstrual cycle. Meanwhile, your menstrual cycle is a more complex process orchestrated by interactions between your body’s tissues, cells, and hormones.

Your periods (bleeds) are probably easier to monitor with apps or however you track them, but your menstrual cycle as a whole is worth tracking too.

📝 You can start tracking your cycle more thoroughly by noting changes in your energy, sleep, breasts, mood, appetite, premenstrual symptoms etc.

Your cycle can directly impact and/or be impacted by hormonal regulation issues, reproductive health diseases, infections, illnesses, stress, weight/diet/lifestyle changes, and medications (to name a few).

This is why your menstrual cycle can actually be thought of as a “fifth vital sign”, along with blood pressure, body temperature, heart rate, and respiratory rate.

Do you track your cycles beyond your periods? What have you discovered so far?​​​​​​​​

Let me know in the comments below 👇🏾

  and  This month is especially delicate for many reasons – personally and professionally. I am not only supporting peop...
10/19/2022

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This month is especially delicate for many reasons – personally and professionally. I am not only supporting people with their reproductive health concerns but also recognizing that this month we are remembering people who are going/have gone through Pregnancy and Infant Loss.

PCOS is one of the most common complex hormonal disorders that can impact/lead to fertility and pregnancy issues.

PCOS’s complexity results in numerous reproductive repercussions that involve hormonal events such as anovulatory cycles and insulin resistance that can disrupt someone’s ability to have a successful conception and healthy pregnancy.

While I have shared in the info poster some general tips on how you can manage your PCOS, it is more ideal that you have additional support, for example from non-judgmental, collaborative, and knowledgable healthcare providers. People (and their families) thrive when they receive wraparound care. You deserve to be thoroughly supported.

❤️ If you found this helpful, please like and share this to someone who may benefit from this information. If you would like to know how I can support you and your goals, please feel free to comment/ask a question, send me a message or email me: [email protected]

09/21/2022

PCOS is a complex hormonal disorder but it is not a “bearded lady syndrome” 🙄🙄🙄

Having PCOS can increase people’s risks of developing gestational diabetes and diabetes, heart disease, endometrial cancer, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, sleep disorders, eating disorders, anxiety and depression, and other chronic conditions.

What am I saying?

➡️ People shouldn’t have to wait or want kids at all before they receive appropriate care for their issues with PCOS ‼️

There is a growing amount of information now that speaks on how the complexity of PCOS affects different body systems short-term and long-term.
Your health matters. You deserve great care.

🤍 Save this video for later, or share with a friend who has

Got questions about PCOS and other diseases? Please share them below!

One of the most common questions I get is WHAT and HOW to actually change diet and lifestyle with PCOS. While there are ...
09/16/2022

One of the most common questions I get is WHAT and HOW to actually change diet and lifestyle with PCOS.

While there are fortunately a lot more well-meaning people who provide information about PCOS nowadays, it is still challenging to get specific actionable diet and lifestyle suggestions.

SPECIFIC – that's the key word. You need SPECIFIC and INDIVIDUALIZED support.

PCOS is a heterogenous disorder with many different underlying biological mechanisms. There are definitely common elements to what lifestyle practices can be beneficial to most people who have PCOS.

However, the reality is that more specific support needs to be part of the plan in order to move the health needles in the right direction.

On a bigger perspective, PCOS support is more than just individualized care. Advocacy is important from not just patients but also their providers and communities.

If you are comfortable, please feel free to share in the comments (or DM!) what changes you've made to improve your health with PCOS. I'll start – specific nutritional support and skimming down my to-do lists are saving me 😬



08/21/2022
Sometimes I wonder how different of a person I would be if I didn’t lose so much hair. I’ve lost so much hair, sometimes...
08/05/2022

Sometimes I wonder how different of a person I would be if I didn’t lose so much hair.

I’ve lost so much hair, sometimes I wonder how my hair would be a different person.

? 😂

The many characters of PCOS. Had to jump on this trend too. Who’s your favorite character? 🤪
07/22/2022

The many characters of PCOS.

Had to jump on this trend too. Who’s your favorite character? 🤪

Your body is smart and likely misunderstood!A recently published study shed light on how Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome may...
07/18/2022

Your body is smart and likely misunderstood!

A recently published study shed light on how Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome may be an evolutionary adaptation (hint: ADVANTAGE) to modern lifestyle and environment. (Parker et al 2022PMID35162359)

Conveniently enabled by the images in the study, I will loosely use this PCOS and Tyrannosaurus rex analogy.😛 As it turns out, T-rexs aren’t as psychopathic as they were made out to be (sorry to the Triceratops & its fans). They did what they had to do to conserve energy. (Check out the fascinating 2020 article on )

We are seeing an increasing number of people diagnosed (overdiagnosed?) with PCOS. Naturally, it wouldn’t be the first time scientists probed into its origins and acknowledged the possibility of the development of PCOS being a mismatch between ancient genetic survival mechanisms and modern lifestyle practices and environmental exposures.

I am grateful for this study because the researchers have acknowledged the COMPLEXITY of PCOS.

They have accounted for research findings and evidence related to evolutionary theory, genetics, in utero developmental epigenetic programming, transgenerational inheritance, metabolic features including insulin resistance, obesity and the apparent paradox of lean phenotypes, reproductive effects and subfertility, the impact of the microbiome and dysbiosis, endocrine-disrupting chemical exposure, and the influence of lifestyle factors such as poor-quality diet and physical inactivity.

What does this mean for you?
- Your body is REALLY SMART for handling all the complexities of life and environmental changes while keeping you alive! Be easy on yourself.
- It certainly means that diet, lifestyle, stress management, environmental-focused interventions CAN be helpful in managing PCOS.
- You deserve an individualized management plan to meet your PCOS/overall health goals
- There are people all over the world who care about what you are going through, and you can draw hope in the fact that we will learn more on how you can thrive

If you found this helpful, pls share! Or send me a message if you would like to work together ❤️

Trying to build a family is STRESSFUL. So I wanted to share some perspective on how you or someone you know who is tryin...
07/16/2022

Trying to build a family is STRESSFUL. So I wanted to share some perspective on how you or someone you know who is trying to conceive can be strategic about your family planning. All while honoring your body and the waves of emotions you may go through 🌈❤️

Check out my article on the freshest Summer 2022 edition of the Flourish magazine (page 28)! Thank you for publishing my work New Roots Herbal Inc.

🔗https://newrootsherbal.com/natural-facts/pdf/english/2022C%20Summer%20English.pdf

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Period issues? Acne? Excessive body and facial hair? Hair loss? Stubborn weight? PCOS may be a culprit to these troubles.

Ever heard of PCOS? Check out Dr. Kim Abog, Naturopathic Doctor's information-loaded video as she breaks down what PCOS is, what is currently being done to manage it, and what you can do naturally to cope with it.

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