Recovery Stories
When your PCOS turns out to be HA

When your PCOS turns out to be HA

Jess Hodge is a wife, mom of two with one on the way, and a recent graduate of the Nutritional Therapy Association program.  After years of being on hormonal birth control, restricting her food intake, over exercising, and trying to control her body, she went off the...

From IVF to Natural Pregnancy

From IVF to Natural Pregnancy

Whitney lives in Greenville, SC and mother to one and one on the way! Before starting IVF for a second time she found Lindsey while scrolling Instagram. Whitney struggled with an eating disorder in her early 20's. With the help of her family and professional support,...

Overcoming Anovulatory Cycles

Overcoming Anovulatory Cycles

Lauren spent 6 years as an ICU nurse and recently her my dream job as a Cardiology Nurse Practitioner. She lives with her husband Ryan and is a proud dog mom to sweet 7 year old pointer/hound rescue Bonnie.  Prior to joining the Food Freedom Fertility Society, she was...

Period Recovery as a Personal Trainer

Period Recovery as a Personal Trainer

Nicole is a personal trainer and mom of two beautiful girls. She grew up in Birmingham, AL and graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Kinesiology / Physical Education. She also cheered at all throughout high school and college. Being a college athlete had a...

Period Recovery as a Personal Trainer

Primary Amenorrhea and Getting Pregnant

Lauren battled disordered eating and primary amenorrhea for over half her life. If fact, she never truly had a period until she was 29 years old! This made getting pregnant naturally almost impossible. In today's podcast, Lauren shares her infertility journey and how...

Period Recovery as a Newlywed

Period Recovery as a Newlywed

Genna is a newly wed living in Jersey City, NJ with her new husband, James. Genna worked in the health and wellness industry in corporate sales and as a cycling instructor for Equinox for 6 years. She is now a Sales Executive in Finance Technology. After 2...

Period Recovery as a Personal Trainer

Clothing Sizes and Period Loss at a higher BMI

Elizabeth is a social studies teacher in the Dallas area. Elizabeth unknowingly struggled with HA for many years, possibly as long as a decade by eating a super restrictive diet. Fueled by the desire to eat as "clean" as possible, she was inadvertently causing more...

Infertility, Surrogacy, and Food Freedom

Infertility, Surrogacy, and Food Freedom

Shelby is a 34-year old IT professional living in the Washington, DC metro area with her husband, dog, and two cats. She developed disordered eating and exercise habits in her mid-20’s and never got a natural period after coming off of birth control to start a family...

Period Recovery as a Personal Trainer

Period Loss and Infertility as a Pro Athlete

Emily is a former professional ballerina from Dallas, Texas, who unknowingly had HA for almost two decades. Her lifestyle as a high intensity athlete left her underweight and overworked, but in her industry, that was considered normal. After retiring from her career...

My Recovery Story

My Recovery Story

In Episode 1 of the Food Freedom Fertility Podcast, I want to share my own personal recovery story from disordered eating and Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (HA). If you follow along on Instagram, you may have noticed I share a good amount here and there, but I don't’ think...

The Food Freedom Fertility Podcast:

HYPOTHALAMIC AMENORRHEA RECOVERY AND BEYOND

On the Food Freedom Fertility Podcast we discuss the challenging, rewarding, and life-changing process of recovering your period and finding freedom with a healthier balance of food and exercise. Whether you’re hoping to regain your cycle and get your health on track, or you’re ready to become a momma- this podcast is for you.

While the recovery process isn’t always rainbows and butterflies, it’s my hope to bring you both information and inspiration during your own recovery journey.

meet the host

The topic of infertility related to disordered eating and period loss is very near and dear to my heart. By sharing my personal story with HA, recovery, and life after recovery I’ve connected with thousands of women who share a similar experience. Having a podcast is a way for me to continue to share inspiration and spread awareness about HA, how to recover, and talk about what it’s like to finally have freedom with food and exercise!

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