Is seed cycling for you? Our conversation with Dr. Mindy Pelz
June 28, 2024

Is seed cycling for you? Our conversation with Dr. Mindy Pelz

The power of seed cycling for hormonal support.

If you've ever wondered how seed cycling works, this email is for you! Today we have an extra special conversation to share that dives DEEP into seed cycling -- What is it? Who is it for? How do you do it? And how does food work to balance hormones? 

We answer it all in this EPIC conversation with Dr. Mindy Pelz and our co-founders, Yasmin & Kaya. 

If you're wondering whether or not to start seed cycling, listen up. And if you've been using seed cycling to support your hormones, you're going to learn so much about why these powerful seeds have so many benefits.

Here's what we talk about:  

  • What seed cycling is
  • Yasmin’s post-birth control experience
  • Kaya’s postpartum journey with seed cycling
  • Research behind the seeds and their nutrients
  • Who can benefit from seed cycling
  • Who shouldn’t seed cycle

Tune in on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify 

So... what is seed cycling? 

Seed cycling involves consuming specific seeds during different times throughout the month to support hormone balance.

Follicular Phase (Days 1-14): Flaxseeds and pumpkin seeds support healthy estrogen modulation and the upcoming rise in progesterone.  

Luteal Phase (Days 15-28): Sesame seeds and sunflower seeds contain fatty acids, antioxidants, and fiber that support the balance between estrogen and progesterone in the second half of your cycle. 

By syncing your seed intake with your cycle, you provide your body with nutrients needed to create and modulate hormones, and ultimately help alleviate symptoms of imbalance. We made the process easy with our organic, ready-made blends!

Seed cycling provides support for…

  • PMS
  • Menopause
  • Post-Birth Control 
  • Perimenopause
  • Postmenopause
  • PCOS
  • Acne 
  • PMDD

Join thousands of women who have experienced healthier menstrual cycles and smoother transitions through perimenopause and menopause with seed cycling. Read what they’re saying here!