episode #127

Nat Kringoudis on Educating Young Women On Menstruation, Sex and Their Bodies

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Nat Kringoudis on Educating Young Women On Menstruation, Sex and Their Bodies

This week we welcome Nat Kringoudis. Nat is a Health-Care Practitioner, Author, Speaker, and all-around natural fertility expert. Nat is also a Two-Time Best Selling Author and recently released a new book called “Beautiful You”. In this episode, we discuss our role in helping educate young women on their period, about sex, and about connecting with their bodies. We also touch on issues surrounding oral contraceptives, and their effects on the body, libido, and sexuality. As well as how to approach children and young women about their cycle, and the first physical signs that menstruation is near.

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This week we welcome Nat Kringoudis. Nat is a Health-Care Practitioner, Author, Speaker, and all-around natural fertility expert. Nat is also a Two-Time Best Selling Author and recently released a new book called “Beautiful You”. In this episode, we discuss our role in helping educate young women on their period, about sex, and about connecting with their bodies. We also touch on issues surrounding oral contraceptives, and their effects on the body, libido, and sexuality. As well as how to approach children and young women about their cycle, and the first physical signs that menstruation is near. Join The Better! Community On Facebook. Get the show notes here.

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Dr. Stephanie Estima
  • Nat Kringoudis

KEYWORDS

  • hormones
  • menstration
  • parenting
  • sensuality
  • puberty
  • sex
  • sexuality
  • first period
  • diet effects on period
  • nat kringoudis
  • precocious puberty
  • first menstruation
  • oral contraceptives

I’m Dr. Stephanie

Part geek, part magic, and all the way passionate about being a well-lived woman.

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