Flo 28: The Cycle Syncing® Membership

A Revolution in Nutrition, Fitness, and Time Management for Women

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How to become stronger, fitter and leaner by shifting to phase-based workouts.

What to eat to support your brain and body during each phase.

When you’re at your best for socializing and when to schedule your “me-time.”

How to shift your work schedule to maximize your time and get more done.

How to turn up the heat in your relationship and have better sex.

How to be in your creative zone.

How to become stronger, fitter and leaner by shifting to phase-based workouts.

What to eat to support your brain and body during each phase.

When you’re at your best for socializing and when to schedule your “me-time.”

How to shift your work schedule to maximize your time and get more done.

How to turn up the heat in your relationship and have better sex.

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How to be in your creative zone.

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So how can women utilize our unique biochemistry to bio-hack ourselves to the top? I spoke with Alisa Vitti, best-selling author of WomanCode and creator of The Cycle Syncing Method and the MyFlo app, who developed a concept called ‘cycle-syncing’…The idea is that your hormonal phases can be your guide, giving you a blueprint to launch, execute, and finish projects of all kinds. Each phase of your cycle provides you with amazing brain superpowers, it’s essential to know what those are and when they happen so you can plan ahead to take advantage of them. Exploring productivity at work through a female paradigm could be the key to unlocking that added edge women have been looking for.

Then a friend told me about FloLiving, a site full of information about menstrual health by functional nutritionist Alisa Vitti, author of WomanCode and creator of the MyFLO period-tracking app….Getting my period right after vacations twice in a row made me start to believe in the power of nutrition and sleep to regulate your hormones.

Vitti’s beliefs are rooted in the concept of “cycle syncing,” a practice that involves incorporating specific micronutrient-rich foods at various points of the menstrual cycle to support the body’s natural production of hormones and its ability to purge any excess…Along with the inclusion of specific foods at the right times, Vitti also recommends particular workouts, stress management techniques, and even business strategies, depending on the current phase of your cycle (intense cardio might be beneficial at one time of the month, but not at another, for example)…No matter what symptoms you have—acne, bloating, mood swings, fatigue—you can start to resolves those with food and lifestyle changes.

A woman’s monthly cycle, composed of four phases — follicular, ovulation, luteal, and menstrual — can be empowering instead of debilitating, says Alisa Vitti, a functional-nutrition and women’s-hormone expert, and graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. In each phase of the cycle, women can thrive by choosing the foods and forms of exercise that best meet their bodies’ needs. Getting into a rhythm of supporting the body in each phase can help women live a more fulfilled, focused, healthy, and joyful life. It can also bring a new level of respect for all the work the body does in a month, and make self-care a priority.

Because cyclical self-care is the foundational piece of the hormone-balancing puzzle, I developed the MyFLO Period Tracker App so women could follow their hormonal clocks seamlessly throughout the day, week, and month. It enables women to have a better period naturally—and a better period is the essential first step on the road to fertility.

Alisa Vitti, author of WomanCode and a women’s hormone and functional nutrition expert, says another vital lifestyle change women can make when coping with PCOS is an adjustment in their eating habits. “You have to balance blood sugar, lower cortisol, reset the gut, [and] increase estrogen metabolism to allow the endocrine system to heal,” the founder of MyFLO, a menstrual cycle-syncing app, tells Elite Daily. It sounds like a lot, I know, but in practice, it’s not really that complicated, and by making these changes, Vitti explains, you can “put PCOS into remission naturally.

Alisa Vitti’s latest release, MyFlo App, was born from her book WomanCode, one of the first modern texts to educate women about their cycles—specifically the effects of hormonal changes during all four phases of it—in a way that was accessible and actionable. Her new app brings the book to life, offering a cycle tracker that suggests foods, activities, workouts, and playtime activities to optimize your life based on your hormone levels. It also helps minimize period pain by suggesting little lifestyle tweaks.