In my early 20s, I came across a health and wellness book and after reading it in a one-er, I decided to change my diet and lifestyle. Suddenly I found myself very enthusiastic about all things health and so decided to study Nutrition which I did in both Edinburgh and Dublin. I found this new passion of mine and worked in the industry in Ireland for a few years before moving back to my home city of Edinburgh. I am particularly interested in disordered eating, eating habits, body image and weight loss, and champion women to feel confident in their body no matter what size or shape and to enjoy all food without naming them “good” and “bad”.
Unfortunately, there's a lot of misinformation about women’s healthcare and in particular hormonal contraception on social media. We work hard to address these and to educate and empower women to make their own choices when it comes to their reproductive health. This means unpicking the misinformation then clearly explaining where it’s come from and what the clinical evidence is, all whilst making the content original, creative and fun.
I am really passionate about sharing the correct education in women's healthcare that is factual and evidence based. A lot of misinformation online is being spread amongst unqualified people on social media and it’s often misconstrued, yet people will believe it and take it on board in relation to their own health which can often be detrimental.
When studying nutrition, I came across a similar situation where you have camps of people believing in one diet over the other, yet we know diet and nutrition is much more complex and nuanced than that.
Understandably more and more women are sharing their own experience online particularly around the contraceptive pill, however, most of the information is self-reported and doesn’t explain the bigger picture. This drives my motivation as it disheartens me to hear from women who aren’t feeling their best and they’ve been led to believe something that doesn’t necessarily relate to them.
We want to make healthcare to women easily accessible and a place where they feel we’re on the same page as them, they are valued and are getting the right help and advice they need. We hear so many stories from women that say they don’t get their symptoms taken seriously and feel stuck with finding what works for them. Towards the end of this year, we have some exciting new product lines we’ll be adding to our service and I can’t wait to be able to help more women get the treatment they deserve.
Hello Eve is primarily focused on easy access to women’s healthcare and treatment, giving the power back to women. I love that our service allows you to choose your preference of pill and it’s totally private with no face-to-face consultation. We let women control their healthcare and for me that is so powerful.
I also really love that we operate Hello Eve with a bias-free approach and we’re upfront about the information that we share. There is also no judgement to anyone in our audience and it’s something I really love about Hello Eve that we hear your experiences, and we are here for you no matter the situation.
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