Cloth Pads are here!

Nature Prenatal Cloth Pads are now ready to order!


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Why did I start making cloth menstrual pads?

There are actually quite a few different reasons, the most important because I want to share with women everywhere that there are healthier options than disposable pads and tampons.  Tampons and disposable pads contain chemicals that are absorbed by your body every time you use them.

Not only are cloth pads better for your health, but think of the environment.  Our planet could use less waste and this is an easy way to do that.  We all know the benefits of cloth diapers, right?  Cloth pads are no different.  Less waste is better for everyone.

Another benefit for you, of course, is cost.  Just think of the money you will save not having to buy disposable pads and/or tampons every month.  You can use the same pad for months, or even years if you care for it properly.

Nature Prenatal cloth pads are easy to care for.  Just rinse them immediately after use, or soak them in cold water to prevent staining.  If you do soak them, be sure to change the water daily.  When you’re ready to wash your pads, they can be machine washed in any water temperature you choose (they have been pre-washed in hot water to avoid shrinking).  They may be placed in the dryer, but I recommend naturally drying your pads by laying flat or hanging.  Never, ever use fabric softener or bleach.

Custom orders are available.

Submit your order through the CLOTH PAD ORDER FORM (or scroll to the bottom of this page).  Once your request has been received, you will be contacted via e-mail with availability, expected wait time and total cost, including shipping.

Two lengths are available to choose from:  Short (9.5″) and Long (11″)

All pads are approximately 2 ¾” wide.

Absorbency options available are:  Light, Regular, Heavy and Super.


  • Light/Short – $10.00
  • Regular/Short – $11.00
  • Regular/Long – $11.50
  • Heavy/Short – $12.50
  • Heavy/Long – $13.00
  • Super/Long – $14.00

If you have any questions or concerns, please CONTACT US.

Save your money, save your health, and save the planet with Nature Prenatal Cloth Menstrual Pads!

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Biggest Contest Ever! Ashley’s Story

Meet Ashley.

She is currently trying to get pregnant.

She has won my Biggest Contest Ever. This means from now until she has her baby (for a maximum of one year), we will be working closely together on her prenatal health and nutrition goals.

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Ashley has some unique challenges in her plans for pregnancy.  She has PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome).  If you are unfamiliar with PCOS, it is a hormonal imbalance that increases the production of male sex hormones (androgens).  This can cause symptoms such as acne, extra facial and body hair, irregular periods and unfortunately, fertility problems.

The good news is that Ashley has already achieved pregnancy once before despite being diagnosed with PCOS!  She is the proud mama to a beautiful baby girl.  Her daughter is currently 11 months old.  One of the discussions Ashley and I have had was the spacing of pregnancies.  It is recommended by some doctors and health experts that closely spaced pregnancies don’t give the mother enough time to recover from one pregnancy to the next.  Pregnancy and breastfeeding can deplete a mother’s nutrient levels and these should be built up before a subsequent pregnancy occurs.  Ashley is aware of this and she has talked to her doctor about it.  She has requested blood work to ensure her nutrient levels are optimum.

*Every individual is unique and will have different nutritional needs. The recommendations I make for Ashley may or may not benefit other women who have similar experiences. The nutritional advice given to Ashley is based on a specific, detailed health and lifestyle assessment. They will not apply to every woman. If you are interested in a personal assessment for yourself, please send an e-mail to

Ashley’s assessments and recommendations are much more detailed than what is in this blog post. Here, I am sharing her most important issues and some random topics. The information that is shared between us is extensive and continual.

When it comes to PCOS, there is no specific one-plan-fits-all diet approach.  Rather than focussing on PCOS, I have taken Ashley’s specific health profile including her history, and prepared a plan for her that will provide overall nutritional support and balance hormones.  One of the recommendations I made for Ashley was to increase her intake of essential fatty acids (EFA’s) such as fish, eggs, butter, coconut oil, olive oil, avocado, nuts and seeds (including nut butters).  EFA’s are essential for balancing hormones.

When choosing nut butters, it’s important to read ingredient labels.  I’m sorry, but the peanut butter you likely grew up with may cause more harm than good.  Popular brands are often genetically modified (GMO) and include added sugar.  Sugar is never a good thing, especially for someone with PCOS or any hormonal imbalance.

If you have ever tried to get pregnant, you know how long a normal cycle can last.  The average menstrual cycle is anywhere between 21 to 35 days.  This can seem forever when you are waiting for that positive pregnancy test!  Think of it this way, when the average couple tries to get pregnant for one year, they only get about ten chances.  This is because ovulation only occurs once every 21 – 35 days.  For a woman with PCOS or irregular periods, this number can be greatly reduced.  Ashley has an average 70 day cycle.  70 days!  This means for her, she only ovulates about five times in one year.  And with PCOS it is nearly impossible to know if you are ovulating.  Ovulation tests and FAM (Fertility Awareness Method) are not always accurate when you have PCOS.  Out of those five chances Ashley has to conceive in a year, she doesn’t always know if she actually ovulated.

That’s a tough pill to swallow.

Some good news is that PCOS does not mean pregnancy is impossible.  Ashley has done it once before, and I have every reason to believe that she can do it again.

I feel it’s important to share that Ashley is currently taking the fertility drug Clomid to assist with ovulation.

I will be posting monthly updates on Ashley here on this blog.

If you would like to be notified when I post my next update on Ashley, you can sign up for my e-mail list HERE. To thank you for signing up, I will send you my free offer, “You and Your Baby: 7 Simple Steps to Achieving a Healthy Pregnancy and Happy Baby.”

Please feel free to leave a comment for myself or Ashley.