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The Happy Hormone Guide: A Plant-based Program to Balance Hormones, Increase Energy, & Reduce PMS Symptoms Paperback – September 10, 2019
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-- Dr. Jolene Brighten, Author of Beyond the Pill
“Finally a book that delivers comprehensive, easy-to-understand information about the menstrual cycle! The Happy Hormone Guide provides readers with a holistic approach to balancing hormones and reconnecting with their body. Not only does Shannon present credible, researched information but she also shares mouth-watering recipes that support each phase of the cycle. The Happy Hormone Guide is a must read for all women.”
-- Diana Licalzi, Registered Dietitian, MS
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I completely understand the value of testing, but as someone who has spent thousands of dollars on tests through a Functional Medicine Practitioner, I know firsthand that they can be unhelpful and a waste of money. I'm no healthier after taking the hundreds of dollars worth of supplements she pushed at me.
I appreciate the comprehensive information provided in this book, but I was looking for a good food based guide, which unfortunately does not seem to be the primary focus of the first half of this book.
As someone who was on the birth control pill (BCP) for almost 10 years, was diagnosed with PCOS 8 years ago, and am now off the BCP trying to find balance in my hormones; I wish I had this book years ago. I can only imagine where I'd be if I had this resource when I first started my period in highschool. By adopting some of Shannon's tips she's had on the blog, I already cured my PMS and night sweats in my luteal phase! This will be my go-to gift for all my girlfriends this holiday season!
Did I mention that the inside is as colorful and beautiful as the outside?! It is a joy flipping through these pages!!
Shannon's photography is gorgeous in the pages as well as on her blog. It is truly named "The Happy Hormone Guide" for a reason. I hope she writes another book specifically for Trying to Conceive and Postpartum. Thank you, Shannon!
I grew up in a house where you didn’t go to the doctor unless you were vomiting. This really messed me up when it came to listening to my body. Shannon has opened up my mind when it comes to listening to how I feel and what to do about it. This is a book that everyone should read as we ALL need to do a better job of listening to how we feel.
Her beliefs of food being a means to heal is exactly what I believe and hope that others read her book and understand this as well.
Her recipes are yummy and her photography definitely captures the beauty of healthy food! I’m using my planner and her information to better plan out what I eat during all my cycles. Such a great book!
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I thank the author immensely for her hard work and reach forward to help millions of people
What I liked:
*The book itself is lovely - colorful and beautifully illustrated.
*The tone and content are upbeat and accessible.
*The author adopts a holistic approach to hormone health, discussing various lifestyle strategies.
What I didn’t like:
*The book reads more like a blog than a book, and there is nothing new in this book for anyone somewhat familiar with hormone health and plant-based eating. I made two recipes and they were good but recipes for basic smoothies, cauliflower steaks, sweet potato toasts, and overnight oats already abound on social media.
*I like how the authors compares the menstrual cycle to other natural cycles (lunar moon cycle and the four seasons). However, I feel this metaphor is overextended when it informs the suggested recipes. For instance, recipes for the ovulatory phase are “summer recipes” with lots of strawberries and light salads etc.; while this may be suitable in July, it seems awkward for the ovulatory phases that occur in colder months.
Very informative and resourceful.
Would recommend all women to read!