Ep. 5: What is Endometriosis Really?

Ep. 5: What is Endometriosis Really?

Listen Now Let’s face it, endometriosis is…well…complicated. In simple terms, it is a disease where tissue similar to the endometrial lining in your uterus grows outside of your uterus. This causes symptoms like pain, fatigue, digestive distress, and...
Welcome to The Endo Belly Girl Podcast

Welcome to The Endo Belly Girl Podcast

Listen Now  Welcome to The Endo Belly Girl Podcast! I’m your host, Alyssa Chavez. I’m a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Functional Hormone Specialist, and Restorative Wellness Practitioner, and I have made it my life’s mission to change the way...
Managing Stress and Endometriosis

Managing Stress and Endometriosis

Having a chronic illness like endometriosis, and stress appearing in your life are two things that tend to go hand in hand. Struggling with symptoms like extreme pain, fatigue, digestive symptoms, and more causes stress. And then stress can further contribute to...
Bloating from Endometriosis

Bloating from Endometriosis

Most people think of endometriosis as being a reproductive disorder. Endometriosis is just a painful period, right?? So why in the world do we experience bloating from endometriosis? In fact it is such a common symptom that it has its own name: endo belly! Have you...
Why Are My Periods So Painful?

Why Are My Periods So Painful?

Period pain is something that has become so normalized in our society. I remember as a teenage girl when I started having severe period pain and even nausea that it felt like I was generally brushed off by society because it is just “part of being a woman.” So...
Endometriosis, Toxins, and Your Kitchen

Endometriosis, Toxins, and Your Kitchen

Here’s the thing. Life is messy. It’s complicated. Cleaning it up can be a challenge, but I am here to guide you and make it simple! When it comes to working to heal your body with endometriosis, toxins are an important piece of the puzzle. Life is full of toxic...
Endometriosis Awareness: Why It Matters

Endometriosis Awareness: Why It Matters

On average, it takes 7-10 years for someone with endometriosis to receive a diagnosis. 7-10 YEARS! That means 7-10 years of pain, fatigue, confusion, frustration, and feeling so very alone. Why is this such a big issue and why does it take so long?? Well, a big piece...
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