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Let’s Heal Hormonal Hardships with Hello.Me by Julie Mclure (The CEO and founder of Hello.Me )

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“I wanted to build a brand that would empower every woman, and we have got a great line of innovative products that address issues that so many women experience due to hormonal imbalance.” – Julie.

Hormones 101

“Hormones are something that we historically haven’t talked a lot about, and when your hormones are out of balance, it’s really hard to feel your best.

The big mission behind Hello.Me is not only to empower women through education but also to destigmatize and normalize conversations around hormones. When I was in my 20’s, nobody talked about birth control or PMS; so hormones 101 is our way of starting to bring out that dialogue around hormones and educate women in terms of how important they are for your body and how they can affect your wellness and beauty goals.” – Julie

Morning Lazziness is bringing to you an interview session with Ms. Julie Mclure, the CEO and founder of Hello.Me. A platform that has been built with a mission to educate women on hormonal imbalances, birth control etc.

In this interview we have covered matters relating to the side effects of birth control, covid vaccine and periods and PMS.

Top-up tonic

Top up tonic is a once a day vegan capsule that has 18 probiotics, antioxidants and nutrients that your body needs for hormonal balance and optimal functioning. It’s incredibly effective with helping women with PMS and PMD, medicate the side-effects of hormonal birth control. 

“When I had taken birth control for 10 years, I had chronic migraines and later started to develop chronic anxiety as I was being depleted of nutrients like magnesium.” – Julie

Common side effects of Birth control 

“Mood swings, anxiety or depression is a common side effect of birth control, followed by fatigue and hormonal acne.” – Julie

Covid vaccine and periods

“Over 30,000 reports of menstrual cycle changes have been reported so far, at the present there is a correlation. Women are reporting on average 7 days increase in their cycle after the first vaccine and 9 days after the second. They tend to return to normalcy after two full menstrual cycles post-vaccination.” – Julie

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