Episode 50: Healing Hypothalamic Amenorrhea, Overcoming Disordered Eating & Finding a Healthy Balance with Steph McDonald
Today on Holistic Health Radio, I’m joined by Steph McDonald. Best known online as @betterbeingsteph, her passion for healthy living has taken many twists and turns over the last few years, and she has not shied away from sharing the ups of downs with her followers along the way.
Not only that, her creative mind is always at work and she regularly posts the most delicious recipes using simple wholesome ingredients, to show you healthy doesn’t need to be complicated.
With a never give up attitude, and a quest to get her body and mind back in balance, Steph shares her journey with vulnerability and integrity with the aim of inspiring others to look after themselves just a little bit better every day.
In today’s episode Steph and I speak about:
- Her life growing up and at school
- Her health journey from overweight, to anorexia and orthorexia, and finding her way back to healthy again
- The ups and downs of getting her period back
- Her experience with depression and how she managed it during challenging times
- Her passions outside of health and fitness
- What balance means to her now and how we can all become better beings
Steph’s passion for healthy living is woven through everything she does: from her day job in marketing and product development for health brands, to the launch of her own snack range, and of course her real, raw and honest account of living a balanced lifestyle.
Check out her delicious recipes, e-books and snack products by following her on instagram @betterbeingsteph
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Hi future friends, I’m Sarah King, an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and health coach.
Science, not trends is the foundation of my approach. By nourishing the body and mind with scientific facts we can build foundations for a life of realness, not just wellness.