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Although the word is relatively rare in today’s common tongue, muliebrity is about embracing your femininity and taking charge of your body to live a happy, healthy life. The word is derived from the Latin muliebritas, meaning “state of womanhood”, and has defined the concept of women having their own identity, separate from their masculine counterparts.

To quote Dr Nieca Goldberg,  ‘Women are not small men!’

No one understands a woman’s body better than a woman herself.

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Knowledge is Power!

Anyone who knows me (for more then 5 minutes) knows I have a passion for women’s health. Particularly pelvic health. I have been accused of being ‘obsessed with the undercarriage’. Hey, it makes for great dinner party conversations! I think we need to think and talk more about pelvic health, particularly that it’s never normal
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Are you wired and tired?

Are you wired and tired?

Are you menopausal…or adrenally fatigued? Adrenal Glands. We don’t think too much about them until something goes wrong. Unfortunately, we are not talking about them enough even when something does go wrong. Your adrenal glands sit quietly on top of your kidneys until a crisis comes along. When our brain signals DANGER!! The adrenals jump
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journeys….

journeys….

Journeys – we’re all on at least one all the time. To work, to school, to the shops, through traffic, home. Through menopause, through the holidays, through life. If, like me, sometimes you become ‘navigationally challenged’, a map can be a lifeline. Nothing set in stone, just a guide to get from A to B.
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the perfect poo!

the perfect poo!

Conversations about poo are not exactly cocktail party conversations (unless you’re at a party with me and my colleagues…) but nevertheless, what you see in the toilet after a bowel movement can give you a lot of information about the state of your health. Type 3 and 4 are the ideal poo (Type 1 and
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is osteoporosis inevitable?

is osteoporosis inevitable?

We often think of osteoporosis as a disease of old women, grey haired and hunched over. Something we can postpone thinking about….or should we even think about it at all? Did you know…. One in five women in the UK over the age of fifty already has osteoporosis Every three minutes someone has a fracture
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