There is a lot we can work on from a nutrition perspective to help your cycle.
In fact, your cycle gives a lot of clues about your overall health and nutrition status.
This book, The Period Repair Manual is a great resource on this topic.
Most people think about tracking their intake to "keep them on track."
In other words, as a behavior modification.
Sometimes this can be a great practice.
Sometimes it is really annoying though.
However, tracking your intake for even a really short time can be excellent as a data collection practice.
I recommend the free version of MyFitnessPal.
You can download it from the App Store or GooglePlay.
This simple Health Journal is great also.
Sometimes putting pen to paper is a bit more therapeutic.
Also, I really like that this journal lets you track a lot of data in a really streamlined way.
This journal tracks:
Lisa Hugh, Registered Dietitian.
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