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Media Giant Necole Kane Starts Up My Happy Flo Company To Fight Fibroids


Everyone wants to believe they have a purpose on this Earth. Necole Kane certainly believed she had a calling to do some good in this life. After working in the media for several years and transitioning to the CEO of xoNecole, Kane decided to start a new chapter in her life. Recently, Kane stepped away from the company she built from the ground up. In 2021, she transitioned into the health and wellness business, finding her true purpose in life. 

Furthermore, Kane launched her new start-up company My Happy Flo, which comes as her new plant-based pain relief supplement brand. Like any woman living on Earth, Necole Kane understands the struggle women go through with their menstrual cycle. While some women have light flows, others have heavy ones. 

Women nearing menopause especially have the worse of it. Even worse, Black women are at a higher risk of developing serious health issues such as uterine fibroids. Fortunately, Necole Kane’s My Happy Flo puts all that to an end. 

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Necole Kane’s My Happy Flo Supplement Is A Game Changer

On October 19th of this year, media personality and social media influencer Necole Kane stepped down from her position as CEO of xoNecole. Having built the company from the ground up, it was difficult for Kane to walk away. Rather than focusing on the negative though, she considered the change a positive. After all, it gave birth to her new brand, My Happy Flo

One door closed, but another opened for Kane. AfroTech originally reported that Kane’s new brand My Happy Flo has major plans to educate women about their menstrual cycles and take preventive measures against health scares.

In the end, Kane hopes to eliminate the chances of women everywhere from developing harmful conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome, endometriosis and fibroids, especially for Black women.  

Statistics show that the majority of Black women will develop uterine fibroids by age 25. Not to mention, there’s a laundry list of risk factors that can lead to the disease.

My Happy Flo offers a list of examples on their Instagram page, such as obesity, dairy products and meats full of hormones, birth control pills containing estrogen, and even chronic stress. However, Necole Kane believes she can change that daunting statistic with her new supplement brand. 

“Our community has a unique set of needs that include Vitamin D3 and Iron deficiency but are often underserved and overlooked in the vitamin and supplement space . . . The statistics regarding Black women and fibroids are alarming and

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