The Moon Cycle Cookbook by Devon Loftus & Jenna Radomski, MScN
The Moon Cycle Bakery, founded in 2017, creates sweet treats that replenish certain micronutrients women lose during the different stages of their menstrual cycle. In The Moon Cycle Cookbook, bakery founder Devon Loftus and nutritionist Jenna Radomski empower women to nourish themselves with recipes for sweets, savory meals, and snacks, organized around each of the four phases of the menstrual cycle, that can be customized to suit their bodies’ fluctuating needs.
Every recipe is formulated with the knowledge of what is happening hormonally in a woman’s body during each cycle phase, using ingredients that replenish and support essential nutrients. Suffering from cramps? Try adding more cacao to your diet. Mood swings? A sweet-potato brownie can help with that. A happy mix of creativity, self-empowerment, and downright deliciousness, this wellness guide demystifies menstrual health, educating readers about their unique needs and helping them to deepen their self-care regimen. Sidebars feature suggested self-care practices and rituals to enhance a woman's connection to her body and understanding of how to nurture a healthy cycle.
Devon Loftus is a writer, speaker and the founder of Moon Cycle Bakery — a wellness based business that focuses on the menstrual cycle and creates sweet treats and food related products to help support women hormonally, spiritually and emotionally. Loftus currently lives, works and writes from New Jersey.
Jenna Radomski, MScN, is a holistic nutritionist, recipe developer, and the voice behind Jenna Bee Basics, an online space for exploring the everyday elements of a nourished life. Starting her menstrual cycle and developing acne at a very young age led Radomski on a decade-long search for answers. She ultimately found relief through intuitive eating, living in sync with her cycle, and intentional self-care. Radomski holds a B.S. in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Arizona and a Master of Science in Nutrition from the National University of Natural Medicine. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon, where she loves to garden, hike and explore the local food scene.
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