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We are here to shatter the myth that your pre-menopause self is the best version of yourself there will ever be.

b-untethered will help you rewrite a new chapter in your life, connect you to a science-based platform to evolve your physical and emotional well-being, while immersing you in a community of motivated, inspired, and supportive women.

We are the convergence of science and soul wrapped in a company for women, by women.

Menopause symptoms: know your enemies

Find out more at our TRANSFORM: 6 Program where you will learn what you need to do to reset your body with science-based informative videos and workbooks, weekly group meet-ups, specific fitness exercises, and a personalized app that lets you track your protein, carbs, and fat specific just for you. You deserve better than “average!”

As we lose hormones, starting in perimenopause, our ability to build muscle declines, while at the same time, our breakdown of existing muscle speeds up. Yikes! For this reason, you may be feeling a little squishier. Never fear, though! Science shows that by taking up a strength training routine, you can rebuild some of the muscle that you lost. This is key for keeping yourself strong enough to climb mountains, or just roll around on the floor with the kids—whatever your pleasure! Find out how to maintain your strength in menopause with our 6-week program, TRANSFORM: 6

Metabolism slows and our energy level is just a little bit lower? Losing our “get up and go” is one of our least favorites on the menopause symptom list. You’ll be amazed, however, when you find that simple changes to diet, routine and exercise can help with this symptom. Find out how with our 6-week program, TRANSFORM: 6

Are you finding yourself losing your cool in situations that normally never bothered you? You’re not alone. Anxiety heightens during perimenopause, which can make us shorter-fused. But some of us will tend toward feeling weepier. What’s going on? Menopause, take a bow. Body changes are just as prevalent in that big brain of yours. Find your new bliss with our 6-week program, TRANSFORM: 6, that includes nutrition, exercise, and supplement recommendations for feeling more at peace.

Unfortunately, it’s real. We really can lose up to 30% of brain function after menopause. This can take many forms, including memory issues and concentration challenges. The good news is that exercise has been shown to help improve our ability to focus. Nutrition plays a big role as well. Find out more about optimizing your brainpower during our 6-week program, TRANSFORM: 6.

Insomnia is a common menopause symptom. Sleep is precious. In fact, it is essential for both optimal brain function as well as recovery and repair of muscles after exercise. We  recommend some simple changes to your schedule, meals, and routine. Use your smart watch or other device to track your sleep quality. We have tips and tactics that have worked for many, to help put you back into solid slumber. Find out more at TRANSFORM: 6, our 6-week program for changing your lifestyle, one simple step at a time.

Menopause just wouldn’t be menopause without the legendary hot flashes, right? Also called night sweats or hot flushes, and sometimes accompanied by chills, these seemingly-random body temperature freakouts will have you glaring at your blameless thermostat in the wee hours. Find out how to stay cool during our 6-week program, TRANSFORM: 6

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I can’t lose weight. How many times have you said that to yourself? Perhaps, instead, you’ve been the recipient and have offered a sympathetic response to a friends’ plea? But is it true? I am willing to bet in 95% of cases – if you’re honest with yourself – it’s

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Are Men Undermining Our Health?

Women are 51% of the total world population. Until now, however, most research for products and services have been conducted on men. You’re thinking…….What ?!?!Yes, your car, for example, was developed for men, who are taller and bigger. When accidents occur, women are 17% more likely to die, because crash

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Back Pain? Check Your Hormones

I’ve been back from the Himalayas for 2 weeks now. My respiratory system seems to be settling back into the norm. I’m also feeling a little more energetic as the time zone impact (11 Hours +) has faded. My issue, however, is pain. This week, I attempted to “get back

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Embrace The Suck

I had the good fortune last night to attend a Brene Brown talk. I admittedly didn’t know much about the woman prior. When I left, I was a whole-hearted fan. We are kindred souls for sure. The message was about the softness that has evolved in our society: the “everyone

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