Rose Constantine - Women's Health Nutritionist

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I’m Rose, a Women’s Health Nutritionist specialising in the Fertility Awareness Method, Menstruation, and Reproductive Health.

If you’ve found yourself reading this page, congratulations – you have taken your first step on the journey to better nutrition and reproductive health.

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Using the Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) alongside tailored nutritional advice, I help women to navigate the many changes and challenges we encounter throughout our lives.

This could be:

  • Period and reproductive health
  • Preparing for conception and fertility treatment
  • Natural contraception
  • Managing the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause

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Work with a Women’s Health Nutritionist

It’s likely that you will have heard periods being referred to by terms such as ‘the curse’ or ‘shark week.’ If so, you’ll already be aware that there is a lot of negativity and ignorance surrounding women’s health.

And it’s not surprising, when you discover that most medical studies are carried out on male bodies and are therefore not comparable to women.

As a registered AfN women’s health nutritionist, I am passionate about changing this.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is a Women’s Health Nutritionist right for me?

A women’s health nutritionist can help you to track your cycle, enabling you to recognise physical or mental patterns and, of course, understand how your nutrition can impact this.

If you’re struggling with menstrual irregularities like period pain, PMS, PMDD or PCOS, conscientious tracking enables you to work with your cycle instead of fighting it, and can help you understand how (and when!) to give your body what it needs to relieve these symptoms.

If you’re trying to get pregnant, or looking for natural, non-hormonal birth control, I can help you to understand your cycle, know when you are fertile and infertile, and how to optimise your cyclical health with nutrition.

Whatever your needs are, I can help!

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A Women's Health Nutritionist can help you track your menstrual cycle

What is the Fertility Awareness Method?

The Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) is all about helping you to understand (and track) the stages of your cycle.

This method allows you to identify your fertile days – of which there are only 5-7 each month – but is also perfect for anyone looking to avoid pregnancy.

Used correctly, FAM is over 99% effective at preventing pregnancy. As part of this method, we will monitor your cycle, discuss cervical mucus, basal body temperature and cervical position and help you to discover which days are your most fertile.

Tracking your cycle can also identify any abnormalities which could be impacting menstrual symptoms or affecting your fertility.

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Does nutrition really affect your menstrual health?

The short answer is yes!

Nutrition and gut health has a direct impact on your fertility. If your body isn’t getting the nutrients it needs, or if your diet is triggering (or worsening) a hormone imbalance, this will be reflected in your wellbeing and physical health.

You may find that certain foods affect period cramping, mood swings or migraines. Or perhaps you have an uncomfortable bloated feeling around menstruation – that could be down to your diet. Your diet can even affect egg quality, which is vital if you’re trying to conceive.

A good diet that’s right for your specific needs can help you to regulate your cycle, making it easier to track and helping you to take control of your reproductive health.

 

Will a better diet improve symptoms of PMS/PMDD, PCOS and endometriosis?

Yes, it’s possible to see significant improvements in the severity of symptoms for these disorders with dietary and lifestyle adjustments.

As a women’s health nutritionist, I can help you make necessary adjustments, while working with you to track your cycle. We’ll tailor your nutrition to your specific needs, monitoring your progress as we go along.

I can also provide some tasty recipes to make life even easier for you!

Can you help with other medical conditions?

Of course! While I specialise in women’s health and menstrual health coaching, I am a registered AfN nutritionist with a breadth of knowledge across a range of conditions.

Get in touch for an informal chat about my services to see how I might be able to help you.

Do I need a referral from my GP?

Absolutely not. You are free to book a session or a package with me without a referral from your GP.

However, if you would like me to, it may be possible for me to work with your health practitioner, therapist, or chiropractor for a holistic approach to your menstrual health journey.

What can I expect from a session?

Your sessions with me will be unique to you! After I discover more about your needs and dietary requirements, I will tailor our sessions specifically to you to ensure that we get the best possible results. A session with me will be friendly, warm, and empathetic – you can always expect an understanding ear. And of course, plenty of dietary advice, too!

I offer a range of packages that have been designed to help you get to grips with your cycle, giving you a greater understanding of your reproductive health and how your diet may be impacting that.

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