Nat Kringoudis

The amount of stuff women just don’t know about themselves constantly baffles me!

My name’s Nat and I’m a bona fide women’s health revolutionist and fertility fixer.

Natural medicine and women’s wellness is my absolute passion and I’ll shout it from the rooftops if I have to – just try to shut me up!

What makes me an expert?

After several years of studying biosciences with a medical influence, I found myself with too many unanswered questions. My heart lead me to Chinese medicine, which in turn opened my eyes up to an entirely new, holistic treatment perspective – integrating the western medical approach with alternative therapies and natural fertility methods.

I opened the doors to my women’s wellness clinic, The Pagoda Tree, in Melbourne in 2003 and since then have helped thousands of women to better understand their bodies, and to feel good (finally!).

And now, as the clinic goes from strength to strength, I’ve stepped up to champion fertility BEFORE it becomes an issue. Why wait until it’s broken? Helping women in their twenties to lay a gangbuster ‘healthy hormone’ foundation is the way forward in the world of women’s health.

Through my blog, I educate women on the benefits of alternative therapies and nutrition – combining delicious healthy recipes, inspiring interviews and detailed answers to all of your questions from the baffling battleground of women’s health – from The Pill, to understanding ovulation, how natural therapies can assist with IVF and what effect stress is really having on your body.

Where you’ve seen me

  • I drop in occasionally on The Morning Show as their natural health expert, and also produced and hosted the web TV series, HealthTalks.
  • I’m regularly featured in women’s glossies like Marie Claire, Cosmo Health, Cosmo Pregnancy, and Body + Soul.
  • I’ve penned four books – Fertilise Yourself, Eat Fat, Be Thin and Eat Fat, Be Lean and my newest release, Well & Good.
  • I tour the country regularly, holding workshops and speaking at other events to help women get clued up on their bodies and take control of their hormone health.