Hormonal Balance and Becoming a Power Source: Glimpse TV with Alisa Vitti

gI_93272_WomanCode_Vitti_2What? Another episode of Glimpse TV? Awesome!!!

It’s been SUCH an amazing week of Glimpse TV goodness, has it not?

Today I’m thrilled to present my dear friend Alisa Vitti who just released her first book, Woman Code: Perfect Your Cycle, Amplify Your Fertility, Supercharge Your Sex Drive, and Become A Power Source.

Have you ever had a hunch that there’s more to your period than trying to medicate it away or absorb it with feminine hygiene products?

I wrote about my resistance to taking time out for my cycle a few weeks ago and many of you responded enthusiastically with your own resistance or your own encouragement. The conversation went deep. I was simultaneously thrilled and suprised.

Alisa was just featured on the Dr. Oz show discussing what different types of periods have to tell us about our hormonal balance – or lack of it!

I KNOW deep in my bones that planning my calendar around my cycle is the next frontier for my personal AND business life. And my conversation with Alisa confirmed it.

Tune in to the episode below to find out:

  • how you can save yourself a whole lot of time wondering what you should be “when you grow up” with this one, simple technique
  • the root cause of your skin issues and digestive problems – and how to fix them all
  • the 4 distinct parts of the month and the gifts they each have for your health, your sex life, and your productivity
  • the hidden key to feeling amazing and getting a lot done that you probably have never thought of – but that has been staring you in the face since you were about 12
  • and more!

Click below to watch Alisa Vitti of FLOliving.com on Glimpse TV and find out how to achieve hormonal balance and become a power source.

In the comments below, let me know if or how you plan for your monthly cycle.

Do you put it in your calendar?

Do you plan your month around it?

What have you noticed?

Want to commit to paying more attention to it with me?

Order Alisa’s book here: http://floliving.com/womancode.html

Find out more about Alisa’s online hormonal tool that’s like “Rosetta Stone for your ovaries”: FLOliving.com

Please forward this to a girlfriend. Let’s create a movement and all become power sources together, using a process that happens every month anyway!


  • Kate,
    so happy my favourite giggle TV is back. Please more, more more. I want to giggle with you deeper into feminism and all .

  • Monica

    Kate, thank you so much for sharing this! I have an ovarian syndrome and this sounds like a great new read. We’re discovering my sister may also have what I have so it couldn’t have come at a better time. Thanks for looking at health holistically be it financial or feminine :)

  • Argh! I loved this interview!

    Ever since I read your ‘I heart my moon cycle’ post I became incredibly interested in why the heck I look at my monthly cycle as an inconvenience rather than a celebration.

    So when my cycle came around, I celebrated and did NOTHING all day and it felt sooooo good!

    I’m definitely going to plan my month around my cycle, (just jotted it down in my calendar) and can’t wait to get Alisa’s book!

    Elise xo

  • Awesome interview Kate! I have seen talk by Alisa Before what a powerhouse! I am soooo going to get that book <3

  • Thank you Kate for highlighting Alisa and her powerful message in how we can create ease in our life. This is not the firs time I have come across her wonderful work. I really like that she honors what is.

    I am also grateful for the language of putting ease into your life and entrepreneurship . One of my missions is to take the Work out of your workout, creating a movement practice that tones strengthens and stretches your body, creating ease without overworking or injury.

  • Kathleen Herriott

    Excellent Interview! Thank you for providing so much value!

  • Thanks for sharing yet another female powerhouse with your world this week. You are certainly well surrounded!

    As a holistic nutrition practitioner who believes wholeheartedly in what you and Alisa are discussing (and being a die-hard fan of your mother’s), it just hit me that, I have spent 34 years putting my period on the calendar merely as a way of knowing when to expect it next. OK, and I’ll admit it, shaking my inner fist at a society that doesn’t afford us the freedom to honour that time.

    I realize that I am part of the generation that leads up to the shift that Alisa (and others) is/are instigating with their “edgy” approach. Brilliant of you to challenge all women to build this into the new paradigm for business! You go girls!

    And I know that it’s not too late for me to put legs to some of my own talk, to alter my activity level and diet accordingly.

    Let me also take this moment to commend you, Kate, for writing the blog and making the video about your own menstrual thoughts. How empowering for you to admit publicly that you (daughter of the woman who wrote the book on this stuff!) are not at peace with your own cycle.

  • Kathy

    It’s Neeeeeexxxxttt for me too ;-) <3

  • Wowwww. Love this discussion so much. I’ve had this feeling lately that my period can be something powerful that I can harness to my advantage, but I often forget about this, and really view my period as either a stressful event, or a relieving indicator that I’m not pregnant! I definitely feel more psychic and intuitive during my period, but I also get crazy cramps and mood swings, so it’s been kind of a rocky relationship with my monthly cycle. I’ve also read about cultures that really respect and almost revere the period as a sacred time for women, so I wonder about how something like that can come about for the modern western woman. I’m excited to read Alisa’s book!!

  • NOOR

    super post i like it :)

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