Important Steps to a Healthy Uterus for Graceful Aging with Dr. Eve Agee

May 25, 2011

Healthy Hormones

Best-selling Author, Life Coach and Medical Anthropologist Dr. Eve Agee joined women’s radio show host Irina Wardas


Health Talk for Women Radio Show Topic for Discussion: The Importance of the Uterus to Women’s Lifelong Health, Graceful Aging, and Natural Wellness and Menopause Remedies for Women


What if you found out that deep inside you was an organ that, when given the right support, could boost your health, elevate your mood and even increase your sexual pleasure? If you are like most people, you would want to do everything you can to take care of this valuable body part so it can help take care of you.Natural Menopause Remedies for the Uterus

Dr. Eve Agee is a bestselling author, a medical anthropologist and spiritual life coach whose passion is helping women be healthy. Dr. Eve’s best-selling book, The Uterine Health Companion: A Holistic Guide to Lifelong Wellness, provides women with an easy to follow lifestyle plan to create vibrant health, reduce stress and increase personal power and fulfillment.

In her bestselling book, The Uterine Health Companion , Dr. Eve Agee reveals that even though we generally think about the uterus as only being useful for reproduction, scientific studies show that this frequently ignored organ is vital to women’s overall health–it helps women feel and look great and can also bring more pleasure into our lives.


Suggested podcast interview questions:

In your book you state that we are experiencing a silent women’s health crisis in the U.S. can you explain what you mean by that?

Can you please share a little about the importance of the uterus to women’s overall health?

In your book, you provide a holistic plan women can use to complement medical care to maintain uterine health and prevent uterine problems. Can you discuss some of the most important steps listeners can take to enhance their uterine health and protect their lifelong wellness to feel and look great as they age?

Can you tell us about the different ways women in some non-Western cultures relate to uterine processes such as menstruation and menopause?

Can you talk about why you think there has been a stigma around uterine health processes such as menstruation and menopause in Western societies?

How women can use stress reduction techniques to feel fabulous, reduce pain and improve uterine health?

Breathe, smile and be happy.

© Irina Wardas, HHC

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