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By Fernanda Betti Solano

To Orient Yourself Just Follow the Moon is an ebook for women to understand their reproductive and sexual health. It gives information on Basal Body Temperature (BBT) and how to chart it.

In addition it provides guidance on which foods and supplements to include in your diet to enhance and attain an optimal health.

What is Charting?

Charting gives valuable information about one’s menstrual cycle to optimize fertility and health in itself. The advantages of charting include:

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Seed Cycling

Seed cycling involves a methodical rotation of specific seeds in your diet based on the different phases of your menstrual cycle.

It is a natural approach that aims to balance the levels of estrogen and progesterone in your body, which fluctuate throughout your cycle. By consuming two specific seeds during the first half of your cycle and switching to two different seeds after ovulation, you can provide your body with essential fatty acids crucial for hormone production.

Incorporating seed cycling into your diet offers various health benefits, such as alleviating symptoms of PMS and menopause, regulating your menstrual cycle, improving fertility, promoting ovulation, and reducing acne.

There are numerous creative ways to include seed cycling in your meals. You can blend the seeds into smoothies, sprinkle them over salads, toast, or oatmeal, use them as a base for pesto, create homemade seed crackers, energy balls, or granola, or even make a batch of seed butter. However, if these methods seem overwhelming, simply consuming the seeds whole is also an option.

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Follicular Phase

The follicular phase marks the initiation of your menstrual cycle and concludes with the occurrence of ovulation. It is the phase when your body undergoes preparations to release an egg, signifying an important stage in your reproductive cycle. Following the release of the egg, the follicular phase is considered complete. 

While there is a general pattern to menstrual cycles, it’s important to note that the length and duration of a woman’s cycle can vary.

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Hi, I'm Fernanda.

My philosophy is to empower people through acupuncture and information about food/diet, lifestyle to help You achieve better health and start your own journey in a process of healing.

I obtained a BSc. (Hons) degree in Nutrition from the Public University of Ouro Preto in Brazil.

I’ve worked in companies, schools, and communities focusing on Healthy and Consciousness Eating.
Passionate for Holistic Science, I studied Acupuncture in Acupuncture Foundation of Ireland in Dublin followed by an internship in a Traditional Medicine Hospital in Asia.

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Possible Diagnoses in Western Medicine

By monitoring and charting your Body Basal Temperature (BBT), you can gain valuable insights into potential diagnoses within the realm of Western Medicine.
The BBT chart serves as a useful tool that can guide you in identifying possible medical conditions and direct your attention to the appropriate areas for further investigation

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Fertility

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Food and Supplements in accordance with your chart

After tracking your Basal Body Temperature (BBT) for three months, you may begin to notice a consistent pattern in your chart. Based on this pattern, the book will provide guidance on which foods and supplements to incorporate into your diet. These recommendations are tailored to match the specific patterns observed in your BBT chart.

To Orient Yourself Just Follow the Moon

By Fernanda Betti Solano

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, BBT Charting can be an ally for women undergoing fertility treatments, it can help monitor treatment effectiveness and guide decisions about treatment adjustments.

BBT can also help detect pregnancy. BBT remains elevated during pregnancy, so measuring BBT can help confirm pregnancy before other symptoms appear.

Yes, reproductive health is essential for a woman’s overall health and well-being, regardless of her desire to get pregnant.

BBT can help with unintended pregnancies, and reproductive health conditions such as endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and uterine fibroids, which can cause pain, discomfort, and other health complications.

In addition, it empowers women to make informed decisions about their bodies and health.

It is recommended to take your BBT every morning throughout the entire cycle. Ideally, you should start charting on the first day of your period and continue to take your BBT every morning throughout the entire cycle.

Every day, mark your waking basal body temperature, along with the time that you took your temperature. It is recommended to take your BBT for at least 3 months in a row so that you can identify trends in the body.

To identify ovulation using your BBT chart, you should look for a sustained temperature rise of at least 0.3 degrees Celsius that lasts for at least three days. This temperature rise is caused by the hormone progesterone, which is released after ovulation.

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Did You Know?

Some women refer to their period as “the moon” because the menstrual cycle is approximately 28 days, which is similar to the length of a lunar cycle. The lunar cycle is the period of time it takes for the moon to go through its phases, from new moon to full moon and back to new moon again.

In some cultures, the menstrual cycle is also associated with the moon’s phases and is considered to be a symbol of fertility, transformation, and renewal. In these cultures, the menstrual cycle is often celebrated as a natural and normal part of a woman’s life, rather than a taboo or shameful topic.

Using the term “moon” to refer to the menstrual cycle can also be a way for women to reclaim their bodies and their experiences, and to create a sense of connection with other women who share similar experiences.

It can also be a way to communicate about menstruation in a more subtle or coded way, especially in situations where the topic is considered taboo or inappropriate.

To Orient Yourself Just Follow the Moon

By Fernanda Betti Solano

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