If you're a woman of childbearing years & looking to improve your sleep...this podcast is for you. Alisa Vitti is a pioneer in the area of hormonal health and wellbeing. Particularly, in the world of sleep, understanding just how your infradian rhythm influences your sleep can be a game changer. Alisa helps us understand how syncing our cycle with our behaviors can become a lifestyle that can support greater levels of health, wellness, and (of course!) sleep.
Alisa Vitti's Bio:
Alisa Vitti is a women’s hormone and functional nutrition expert and pioneer in female biohacking. She is the best selling author of WomanCode, and her new book, In the FLO. She is the creator of the Cycle Syncing Method™— a female centric diet and lifestyle program that leverages hormonal patterns for optimal health, fitness and productivity. As the founder of FLOLiving.com, she has built the world’s first menstrual healthcare platform that helps women around the world put their period issues like PCOS, Fibroids, Endometriosis, and PMS into remission naturally using her highly effective FLO Protocol and the FLO Balance Supplements. Finally, Alisa is also the creator the MyFLO period app—the first and only functional medicine period tracker designed to help users eliminate symptoms and schedule their lives according to their cycles. It is consistently ranked in the top 10 of paid apps in the health and fitness category on iTunes. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Alisa has been featured in the New York Times, on The Dr. Oz Show, Lifetime, and has been a regular contributor for Cosmo, Harper’s Bazaar, and Women’s Health. She has served on the wellness council for Yahoo Health, MindBodyGreen and Well & Good. She was selected as PureWow 100 Women to Watch in 2018 and Thrive Global 12 Women Entrepreneur’s Changing the World in 2019. She is also an advisor to several health tech startups. She has presented at SXSW, TEDx, Talks@Google, Summit Series Outside, Cycles&Sex, WIE Symposium, and SHE Summit and regularly trains women in the workplace on how to use her Cycle Syncing Method™ for greater creativity, productivity, and wellbeing at work.