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Loving your lady parts as a path to success, power & global change: Alisa Vitti at TEDxFiDiWomen

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Loving your lady parts as a path to success, power & global change: Alisa Vitti at TEDxFiDiWomen


Translator: Monika Kapuscinska
Reviewer: Reiko Bovee I’ve waited all day
to get my hands on you. So, I want to take you back
to where I was about 14 years ago. I was a student
at Johns Hopkins University, and I was ready to begin my life,
I was planning to become OB/GYN. And my body, all of a sudden,
went into total hormonal collapse. And as a result, so did my life,
totally dysfunctional. I couldn’t get up, couldn’t go to sleep,
couldn’t have any energy. It was a non-stop nightmare
to wake up not recognizing yourself and not knowing how to live
in the body that you had. I want you to picture me. I really do want you to look. (Laughter) I was 200 pounds. I know, right? Covered face, chest, back, arms,
anywhere that you could put, in painful cystic acne. It would take me half an hour
in the morning of careful uncomfortable application
of make-up to try to go outside. I was depressed; I was exhausted; I would menstruate once a year, and nobody had any idea
what was wrong with me. It had been getting progressively worse
from about the age of 15. And I was getting progressively
more curious and frustrated. And in one of my insomniac moments
I was at the library, of course, science nerd, sexy scientist,
I’d like to say. Researching in one
of the obstetrics journals. And I saw this small study on a disorder called
Stein-Leventhal disorder. It was named after the gentleman who categorized this grouping of symptoms. I said, “Oh my god, I fit
this description to a tee.” So I felt very naughty,
but I ripped off the document, and the next morning I very vigorously marched
into my gynecologist office. Without an appointment, of course, first thing in the morning, I’m like, “Hi, so I think I just figured out
what’s been wrong with me for the last seven years, and I’d like a transvaginal
ultrasound right now!” She looked at me,
“How do you know what that is?” And I said, “Let’s do this
confirmatory test and let’s see.” I said, “I’m not leaving here
until we do it.” So we did it. And she said, “Look at that!
You do have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. In fact, you were right!” And being a now-what-solution kind of girl I said, “So now what? What do we do?” “Now I know what it is finally! Now what?” She said, “Well…” and I’ll never forget sitting
in that chair in her office. She said, “You have a future
laid out ahead of you of obesity, diabetes, infertility,
heart disease, and cancer. And we’ll medicate you
along the way, so don’t worry.” And I remember sitting in that chair. And it wasn’t out of anger,
or a sense of victimhood; there was no fight;
it was just on a cellular level; my whole being said, “No, thank you,” and I said to her,
“Thank you very much for your opinion. I’m going to take my very
expensively trained Hopkins mind and go figure this out.” So that’s what I did. And I apprenticed myself
with all sorts of healers, and I was doing all sorts
of fun experiments. I had turned orange from drinking
so much carrot juice at one point. My girlfriend at that time
– she’s still my best friend – she grabbed me and she said, “You’ve turned orange.
It’s time to stop this experiment.” And “I have to finish this experiment!” (Laughter) None of these experiments made
any change in my symptoms at all. And then, about ten years ago,
what was coming to the forefront in nutritional science was this idea
of nutritional genomics that you could use food
to manipulate gene expression. Oh, I was so turned on by this. I said, well if that’s possible,
if food could decide– you know, in a set of twins, if the diet in one twin can decide
how her health is going to manifest versus her identical twin
with a different diet, different issues, what can I do with food to recalibrate my hormonal system? And that’s when I dove into my research and studied functional medicine,
opted-out, freaked out my parents, did not become a doctor, and instead became
a functional nutritionist and developed this five-step
nutritional protocol that rebooted my entire endocrine system as you can see how glorious I look now. (Applause) (Laughter) And opened my center
in mid-town Manhattan nine years ago and started treating other women
with similar conditions: menstrual issues, fertility issues,
low energy, low libido. And they’d come into my center, limping with these issues,
periods out of whack, couldn’t get pregnant
if they’ve tried 17 times, can’t function,
can’t remember the last time when they thought about sex,
or pleasure, or anything. And similarly, their lives
were also untethered, uncentered; they were not, they didn’t have
their center point. And we’d apply the protocol, and their health issues
would resolve themselves, miraculous things for me as a scientist, like a woman without a period for 17 years she’d have to go to the doctor once a year to be induced with progesterone
to have a bleed. She menstruates monthly now. And we are close friends, I just find
that whole story so fascinating. Another woman came in
on birth control, on Prozac, in a job she hated,
in a relationship she hated. We got her off all of these medications,
of course, with the support of her doctor, and six months later she wrote me
and she said, “By the way, feeling great,” – that was a given –
and said, “Moved to L.A. and have gotten
my first screenwriter job, and the show that I’m writing for
is now being in syndication.” Love that. Another woman had two businesses, had all sort of things
going on in her life, private Pilates clients
in New York, very fancy, had her own studio
in Greenwich, Connecticut; husband was in transition in his career. And she was having erratic cycles. She’s in her mid-30s. We applied the protocol to her body. And effortlessly – this is the part
that I kind of get excited about – effortlessly, her body restored itself. Remember that game, Connect Four? I love that game, I used to play that
all the time with my brother. So, you know, her whole life
just started lining up. She effortlessly let go
of these clients in New York, allowed one of her partners at the studio
to take on more responsibility. And she realized that she had been putting
off having a child for far too long, and was able to conceive naturally
as a result of the work which was so exciting to see. And, of course, being someone
who is interested in biology, I love the idea
that she was healing herself of these symptoms, all of these women. But the bigger discovery was
that if a woman is in line, in alignment, in harmony
with that internal ecosystem that she has, that begins to impregnate
the ecology of her entire life. With this idea of transformation;
your body is a change agent. And then that can start to affect
the rest of your life. So exciting. And that’s when I fell in love;
I said, “Oh, my God.” Here we are, we are walking around
with these blueprints in our bodies that tell us how to live and work in a way that’s in the flow of our bodies. And if we can become fluent
in the language of our biochemistry, and our physiology, this grouping
of glands and organs – that I like to call lady parts – that we can have access
to an infinite source of energy, and vitality, and clarity,
and unwavering purpose. I mean I was totally hooked. So, Aldous Huxley once said that man is an intelligence
merely in servitude to his organs. And I thought, that’s sad, that we look at being in our bodies
as this sort of slavery based trap that we have to deal with. And I’ve really instead found that women
who get into partnership with their bodies end up becoming the fullest
expression of themselves, and living as leaders and change agents
in their lives and communities. So let me introduce you
to your lady parts. I just can’t help myself. If I’m on stage I’m going
to talk about lady parts, I’m going to tell you about them. I want you to at least go home
knowing what they are. (Laughter) Nothing else. So, there are two things
I want you to know. First is the physiological structure
in your body called the endocrine system. Six glands. Hypothalamus in the midbrain, pituitary gland nestled close by, thyroid, here, pancreas, here, adrenals, here, ovaries, here. They work in an interconnected way making sure that your body has
what it needs to function: brain, heart, muscle, tissue, hormones. Fascinating. And they’re so highly sensitive. Hypothalamus works with this thing
called negative bio-feedback so any time that something happens,
the temperature changes outside, hypothalamus picks that up, pituitary gland sends
a message to the thyroid, all of the sudden, you are adjusting
to the temperature. You didn’t have to do a thing.
You were merely enjoying the weather. Love that. Genius. Only in a body could that happen. Anyway, then there’s
this physiological structure: your hormonal ratios; you have four of them
that happen in one month cycle. And it’s really interesting, because we only ever reference that
in a very basic way: “I want to get pregnant,”
or “I don’t want to get pregnant.” That’s how we reference
these hormonal ratios. The ovulation one is
kind of the most famous. And the period, the menstrual part
is the most infamous. But there are four. There are a couple of others. So I want you to start to think
about where you are in that cycle. And here are the four phases. First you have the follicular phase,
fascinating phase. And neurochemically these hormonal ratios
change your brain chemistry. So you are a different person,
week over week within a month. Yeah, you know. (Laughter) In that follicular phase, where the eggs
are kind of coming up to maturity; one is going to make it
to the Fallopian tube, very exciting time. (Laughter) Neurochemically speaking, you have the most access
to creative energy that you will have the entire month. Effortlessly. This is a perfect time
to begin new projects: mastermind, plan, dream big, all of that. In the ovulatory phase,
which we all know very well, so I’m not going to dive into it. In the ovulatory phase,
we have the best communication skills and the most energy
that we will have all the month. This is definitely a time
to have important conversations. Wouldn’t it be genius if you could plan to ask
for a raise when you’re ovulating? (Laughter) Whoever is trying not
to give you the raise is like, “Please take the money.
You’re so irresistible.” (Laughter) Or go on a first date, or have an important conversation
with your partner. Or tell your mother something
you really want her to say yes to. You’re just a magnet at that time. In a luteal phase, B vitamins
are being called into action, because the lining is thickening,
and it is a very energized process. But we become
very detail oriented at this time. So that shoe closet you couldn’t get
to organize before, this is the week. Detail oriented tasks are very easy to do. Try not to plan them
in the other two weeks. In the fourth phase, the menstrual phase,
this is the time of the month when you actually have
the most active conversation between the right and the left
hemispheres of the brain. So amazing! So, if you’re looking into course correct,
evaluate your life in the past 30 days, how you did this month,
this would be the time to do it. You’re most able to receive
those gut feeling body messages. So, take notice, take a moment
to take notice at that time. Gloria Steinem said,
when she was talking about the movie, “Miss Representation”
which I love, she said, “Girls are taught to view their bodies
as unending projects to work on, whereas, boys from a young age
are taught to view their bodies as tools to master their environment.” I literally fell off my chair
when I heard her say that. Because isn’t that the truth? We, as women, get on this hamster wheels
of self-improvement and self sabotage. And we don’t learn about these important,
real physical structures in our bodies that give us this blueprint
to how to organize our lives. I mean, if you actually adhere to the map you learn exactly what you should eat,
when you should eat it, how you should move your body, how you should organize
social commitments, work priorities. It’s all laid out for you. You don’t have to think,
or do, or push, or struggle. It’s just there for you. And unfortunately, the environment
is a little bit mastering us right now. Woman’s bodies are in hormonal
breakdown in epidemic proportions. I think it’s 20 million women
in the Unites States suffer from endometriosis, fibroid, PCOS… In 2009, 1.42 billion dollars
were spent on infertility treatments. Rates of idiopathic
“no-known” cause of infertility are on the rise in both men and women. Cancers of the reproductive organs
are on the rise in men and women. Drugs are being prescribed,
left and right, for treatment of things
that don’t really need medication, but really need a systemic approach. And it’s also interesting, because we’re also in a very equally
interesting historical moment, where we have the most power economically and as the largest consumer demographic
than we’ve ever had before. You can literally vote with your dollars
to say to corporate America, “Hey, I’d like you to custom-fit
an environment for me.” “I’d love to see
more maternal care there.” So, at the center we want to empower as many women as can
to learn this language, and leverage their bodies as a tool. So, I want to give you the three things
that we teach everybody. The first is you have to fall in love. You have to learn what these parts do
and how to eat to support them, so they can function optimally for you. The second thing is
that you need to commit, commit to this new relationship
with your body. I want you to plan your month,
thematically, week over week, in accordance with these hormonal ratios,
so that you can just do more, cross train your life;
I call it “in-body time management”. The third thing is, I want you to start
to leverage your body as a power tool. And I want you to answer the question that none of my patients can ever answer
the first time I ask it of them, which is: if I were to wave a magic wand
and restore your body to perfect vitality what would you do with that energy? How would you be
a change agent in the world? If you can begin to answer that question, then we can really step into our roles
as leaders as women. So, women give birth through the body. The biggest act of our generation
of women is going to be to be in a partnership with the body,
to not leave it out. And I really want to see you
love your lady parts, transform your life, and change the world. I’m Alisa Vitti. It’s been an honor. (Applause)

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85 thoughts on “Loving your lady parts as a path to success, power & global change: Alisa Vitti at TEDxFiDiWomen”

  1. Anna says:

    this was honestly so incredible thank you

  2. Ucd Studen says:

    Please go to a doctor to get medical information. Most doctors do want you to make lifestyle changes (ex: PCOS? Exercise, diet etc, along with medications that may help — metformin etc). So go talk to your doctor and say that you're willing to make lifestyle changes instead of taking medications and if your physician is a good one, they will support your decision and point you in the right direction.
    Just be aware that she is selling you her book etc… And she might be biased as a result of this. Physicians are expected to practice evidence based medicine as opposed to her.

  3. Agnieszka Salamon says:

    This is extremely interesting!

  4. daniel overwater says:

    Women will always be mysterious to men, because they are life itself, and life is mysterious and always will be, even after you understand it. Women are life mixed with emotion so are impossible to understand completely. That is why it is better to just learn how life works If you know how life works, you know everything. Google TruthContest read the Present, It explains for the first time in history the nature of everything, it explains in the most simple but accurate way the big picture of life. Learning how life works will change your point of view and as a result your mind in the best way possible. It will set you free.

  5. ms. lanoix says:

    Love her body

  6. Chandra Ved says:

    Nice to know how U faught & cured yourself……. similarly I strongly suggest U to try YOGA & Pranayam (Breathing Techniques)

  7. riadhfarah says:

    As someone with PCOS myself, I found this talk empty

    No real solution, only a pitch for her practice

  8. Sushant Kanchan says:

    you're not audible, darling.

  9. Harald Harster says:

    More vacuous shit from TEDX.

  10. NOURA A says:

    omg Im on the follecullar week and I've been planing to start reading more books and get off my phone for a while for a long time and it happens that I decided to do it this week and I've never being so commeted this much !!

  11. KEN OverLoad says:

    http://fnd.us/41AEf7?ref=sh_15wOba we need prayers and assistance. Thank u

  12. bob hite says:

    she has a lousy figure….ughh

  13. sara jay says:

    one of the best talks..thnx alot!

  14. Marolin says:

    Amazing! 😊

  15. Justine Kim says:

    This woman is fantastic – I love her

  16. Lokipower says:

    What great energy and attitude!

  17. Zoran M. says:

    infomercial. she's lying 80%

  18. Melissa Ternier says:

    powerful information for women to leverage. The more intuned you are with your body the better you can utilize it … change agents… leaders… many will see that nature is intuned as well….women's phases at times correspond to the moon, but don't take my word. Learn your inner blueprint language as men & women, activate your journey.

  19. Harshadha Nayak says:

    To all the women experiencing a lot of pain and difficulty during their periods, please start belly dancing and daily stretching. There are tutorials online! Belly dance is an extremely feminine dance form and your periods are gonna be much easier to handle. This may sound strange, but difficulty during periods is caused by a disturbance in the feminine energies. If you're planning to have a baby, please restore your feminine energies and then have one, otherwise pregnancy and childbirth is going to be really tough.

  20. Awesomebawss says:

    I'd smash

  21. Vera Grig says:

    Its so pleasing to see someone feeling so good about their look!

  22. Bianca Sadusky says:

    Love it!

  23. Lilia Letitgo Sinclair says:

    Awesome! thank you 🙂

  24. Tito Grass says:

    Thank God im a Man

  25. Tito Grass says:

    Next Time someone ask me why I have never been Married ill just POINT them to this Video. This video gracefully explains why the MAJORITY of modern Men would rather watch porn & masturbate instead of dealing with these vile creatures called WOMEN

  26. K Mac says:

    Hi there, I am a 21 year old girl and I've been struggling with harsh
    PMS breakouts for the last two years. I have regular periods-to the
    exact day- but I always experience a cystic chin breakout (only on my
    chin) about a week before my period starts. After my period ends, I
    normally get about two weeks of being clear before the cycle starts
    again.

    Here is what Ive been taking that has helped a lot but hasn't cured my acne completely:

    -vitex (2X per day in AM)

    -evening primrose oil (3 x per day, morning, afternoon, night)

    -burdock root (3x per day, 2 pills each, morning, afternoon, night)

    -milk thistle (6 pills daily, 3x per day)

    -vit. D3 (whenever I can)

    here's my face routine:

    -make up remove with coconut oil (also use as face moisture)

    -wash using African Black Soap

    I also follow an extremely clean diet: little grains (bread rice, etc.), no dairy, no coffee (only teas), no oils, no junk food

    and I work out pretty much daily (bike, run, and hot yoga)

    is there anything you guys can recommend to cure or greatly reduce PMS breakouts? thanks!!

  27. kathyaldc says:

    Thank you for this video.

  28. Noura Al-Hazzani says:

    Elusive title, but great advice.

  29. Sheree Hardin says:

    I am a woman and this is BS. One way to solve this problem? Know that many women die or are left infertile cuz of some problem like a cancer and then thank God you have your ovaries and don't have a five year diagnosis to live… Some women want children yet can't cuz they're infertile, others suffer unbearable pain because their ovary system is sick. Some women want normal breasts but have breast cancer. Some women wanna dress pretty and walk around and strut but are in a wheelchair and can't move on their own. Some women have to suffer from STDS, as well as men. Hell, some women have AIDS from their own parent passing it to them from genetics! It's not that hard to love your female parts, ladies!

    And are people really crying about her 'weight'? She ain't even overweight. This lady has suffered from PCOS yet is very lucky compared to other women who wish they had it…

  30. Stefan Els says:

    Ugh. "Women's bodies are in hormonal breakdown in epidemic proportions."
    What does that mean? This woman is talking up a storm of bullshit. At the end of the day, Feminism=Victimhood.

  31. John Thomson says:

    I want to hear the TED talk about loving my man parts… @8:48 "We can have access to an infinite source of energy…" Might this be a little… well… overstated?

  32. John Smith says:

    17:58, yes you are a beautiful woman, and a great communicator. I could listen to you for hours,

  33. sam lebon says:

    She's amazingly beautiful. I am really in love with her curves.

  34. zak Sarwari says:

    love it.thank you for sharing

  35. josshouse says:

    The section about which parts of the cycle give women which strength emotionally/psychologically…holy shit. Life-changing.

  36. Carmel Pule' says:

    I believe there are three phases which our body goes through, each with its own characteristics, I call these phases, the youth phase, the working phase and the old phase. It appears that different cultures and traditions look at these phases in a different manner, but through experience in the western world, it seems that we all lack detailed knowledge of our bodies as it goes into and passes all the three phases. The answer to a good life is to know our bodies through the three phases and prepare to accept it. So many people misuse their own and other people's body's through ignorance. Perhaps we should slow down in achieving successes through winning academic certificates and learn more about the nature of our bodies and seek nature to comply with its demands and not the artificiality that " a modern city life" seems to suggest.
    Incidentally, I hated this presenter when she said at 2:14 that she, " felt very naughty and ripped off the document!". Her desperation about her body seemed to make her mind forget that what she did was to stop other people in the same condition to learn what she learnt. The state of the body affects the state of the mind and the converse of that, the state of the mind affects the state of the body. It is our solemn duty to know about ourselves as the link as to the relation between body and mind decides the quality of life we can create for ourselves and others.

  37. TanyaYve says:

    I really love the message about understanding how our wonderful female bodies work and its effect on our productivity, health, fertility, mental and emotional processes. We, women and society, so often focus on our external appearance and forget that as trivial as our looks are, it is an entirely seperate and unimportant aspect of who we are as individuals. The power we all have comes from within. What we need to start doing is remove the metaphorical shackles that close-minded, uneducated, and non-independent thinking people try to bind us by. Celebrate our inner beauty and it will defiantly (no typo) outshine our outer beauty.

  38. Alisa Marshall says:

    Hey.. My names Alisa too!:) Awesome video, very informative.

  39. alexatru92 says:

    Loved this talk! menstrual cycle phases for a woman:
    Week 1:Follicular phase, eggs are maturing and getting ready to travel through the fallopian tube (you feel like you have the most energy, begin new projects at this time, dream big!)
    Week 2: Ovulatory phase (best communication skills and good energy, have important conversations at this time, go on a first date)
    Week 3: Luteal phase- need for B Vitamins as uterine lining is thickening, you may feel detail oriented and have the urge to engage in organization tasks. This is the phase where you are PMSing.
    Week 4: Menstrual phase- Left and Right hemispheres in brain are talking to each other, ability to look back to see how you are doing during the month.

  40. Keldor D'Antrell says:

    My god, that there are women who are prepared to consider such guff is frightening. Did they actually buy tickets for this? The certainly queued up for it and sat through it.
    Does anyone think that men will ever be making equivalent videos?

    If people could be brought forward from the past to see that women would be making videos like this they'd roll their eyes and wonder where it all went wrong.

  41. Abby slater says:

    i watched this a few weeks ago and then bought the book the other day not realising it was written by her <3 fait, thankyou xx

  42. Jack Housman says:

    Amazing woman.

  43. Bobby C. says:

    .i like her and what she's saying. i wanna learn more. how does change agent work before puberty and during and after in menopause?

  44. Yungchen Lhamo says:

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH,

  45. Leonardo Rivera says:

    The cycle of knowledge. It's here again.

  46. Amsophiia says:

    Curves!!

  47. puki glass says:

    Love her! I have her book the woman code 🙂

  48. nasri alking says:

    I love my lady but where is she ?

  49. Asia Blue says:

    I love to hear people speak highly of themselves the way she does in this video.

  50. Nathan Freyer says:

    There is an extremely high pitched whine in the audio far at least the first 30 seconds of this video that makes my ears hurt, so I'm sorry but I can't watch this video (no, this is not a sexist joke. It's sad that I have to say that)

  51. Alanna Correa says:

    Is Alisa an Indian?

  52. Petru Alexandru Barbă says:

    Funny … or cute … ya call em parts, i call em bits … lady parts … lady bits … it's all good … as long as it's in the spirit of communicating there's everything right there 💝 the heart with a golden ribbon is for the bits … or parts … as wonderful within the body as a whole ☺

  53. mulokole patric says:

    I felt like I had to marry you! Full of understanding.

  54. Dottie Ndots says:

    can someone pls explain to me why my doctor treated me of polycystic ovaries as a teen, then never had another problem with it again and other people are saying it's a lifelong illness?

  55. Letroy Altidor says:

    Nice

  56. afro medve says:

    I'd show her confession with all PCOS patients.

  57. Caspar H. says:

    Does this kind of thing exist for men as well?

  58. Lizzie says:

    I love TEDx talks but this one…Ugh

  59. Tiger Claw says:

    Interesting! Good for her.. She's smart; beautiful, she's honest; she's funny, she's willing to except herself for who and what she is. Why are people threatened by her?

  60. Dr. Bailey says:

    Great Tedx talk.

  61. Victoria P says:

    Would like to see her now… 😁

  62. searching4 answers says:

    I'm a middle-aged guy who happened upon this video while looking through my YouTube homepage. And because women have played such an important part in my life, Positive and negative, I have an occasional interest in information that might teach me how to understand or appreciate them better. And this is that kind of information. Most notably, the knowledge regarding the (4 phases of the month) and why it's Urgent that more women know about them and begin to align their lives with the Empowering Aspects of each one. Very Enlightening! Thus, I'd like to thank you Alisa Vitti, for sharing your Wisdom about Women, especially with a guy like me who's striving to not be so clueless. And in return, I'd like to share a simple insight about men, that perhaps some women, for whatever reason, still may not know of, and that is this. Most men are INSTINCTIVELY and strongly attracted to Women with CURVES! Trust me on this one, I'm a man. Of course there can be a few exceptions to anything, but in general, this is the rule. FYI, I have also been in relationships with women who weren't as curvaceous, but were Extremely Attractive in other ways, even personality wise. Btw, Alisa Vitti, you are a gorgeous woman!
    In conclusion,
    Ladies, Love Your Lady Parts as a path to Success, Power and Global Change. Thank You

  63. Jaden Yager says:

    Ha, I get what she was saying with turning orange from carrot juice. I drank sooooo much for over a year my feet, hands, and nose had become orange/yellow..

  64. Amy Molnar says:

    I went vegan two years ago for lent (was vegetarian for 5 years before that) and I could not believe how good I felt. Firstly, exogenous hormones found in dairy products absolutely mess with your hormones, as it is the lactations of another mammal. Menses got more bearable and my acne cleared. Regardless of how that animal is raised, there will always be hormonal issues, which unlike phytoestrogens actually have a major impact on our own hormone levels. It is great knowing that I really don't have to consume any animal products to thrive. One of the best decisions was to go whole food plant based despite nay-sayers. ☕Cheers! ~4NeonFun

  65. isabella tallant says:

    But what are the effects of these endocrine glands and energy including different types of birth controls. because most women are taking birth control and increasing their hormone levels…and most of the time the birth control doesn't work for women. I wonder how these birth controls are effecting women. Amazing speech and point of view! thank you Alisa Vitti. Our bodies are always adapting and reacting

  66. ding dong says:

    It's so hard to work on it tho😭😭

  67. Keep Heart says:

    IG @keepanopenheart

  68. Mandy Haworth says:

    Look at this beautiful women

  69. staywithme says:

    I've been using myFLO app for tracking my phases and symptoms for more than a year now and it has opened my eyes to what a woman's body really is. I think she's doing something innovative, I'm happy I get to benefit from her knowledge

  70. Britt Slater says:

    Been an ethical vegan for 5 years. My husband gladly went too! Best decision/force of will in my life!!! Easy. Healthy. Feels amazing. Tasty food. KINDER. I’ve gotten in touch and connected with my core.

  71. Britt Slater says:

    She’s amazing! She’s so goofy and so so smart!

  72. Scott Bridge says:

    Wow. This woman carries herself so very well, beautifully, elegantly and gracefully. I totally love this woman.

    For men who are watching this, they can share this video with any of their women friends who might be interested.

  73. Dhipa Lee says:

    I thought this talk was absolutely enlightening, especially with the struggles I have faced hormonally I do believe this has brought to light many issues with the stages I go through in a month and how to embrace them. Awesome talk loved it!

  74. Peggy Buetow says:

    A little too full of yourself, I feel.

  75. Hisham Al Nahla says:

    Understand how to eat for different parts of your body to vitalise .. perfect 👌🏼

  76. Brittany Belo says:

    I wanna know moreeeeee!!

  77. Famous said says:

    good ideas can you call me please ? this is my number +212632468915

  78. The Huntress says:

    sounds a lot like the ancient pagan, and shamanistic cultural connections that women used to have in correlation to the moon and it's cycles

  79. imlovely says:

    This might be my favorite TED talk thus far.

  80. Jodiann Walker says:

    With all the environmental factors going on over there, it's very hard to be a holistic practitioner and naturopathic medical professional, especially one who deals with female issues.

  81. Endyra says:

    What’s the point of this talk?

  82. figgettit says:

    what an absolute creep.

  83. Natalie says:

    What a beautiful, powerful woman! Imagine if all women had that confidence! The world would be a very different place

  84. lockandloadlikehell says:

    Nobody taught me to use my body to "Master my environment" lmao

    Where do they come up with this stuff? 😂

  85. Hanna says:

    Does anyone know what happened to her? She seems to have fallen off the face of the earth

  86. Liina Ennusaar says:

    Every profession is doing what they are teached. So the problem is that information that is teached is actually not necessarily true and the solution but a framework.

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