Estrogen is one of two main sex hormones that women have. The other one is progesterone. Estrogen is primarily responsible for female physical features and reproduction. Men have estrogen, too, but in smaller amounts.
A diet full of healthy food isn’t only good for your heart and your waistline, it’s also great for your mood and your mental health! Vitamins, minerals, proteins, fiber and fats are ALL necessary for health. Hormone balance depends on protein, fat and fiber especially. If you struggle with acne, weight imbalance, bloating, painful periods, anxiety, depression and/or mood swings, some simple shifts in your nutrition may make a big difference. What’s even better is that good nutrition can also boost your energy levels and help you sleep better!
Chemicals are everywhere. From clothing and plastics to pesticides and genetically modified foods, it can be a challenge to step out of the chemical soup. To help you make sense out of this mess, I have summed up some substances that are worth ditching. Keep reading to learn what to look for, where these things are, and what you can use instead!
I’m going to tell you something because no one else will. You deserve a milkshake. You deserve a milkshake that isn’t going to send you onto a blood sugar roller coaster and mess with your healthy flora. You deserve this milkshake. A perfect treat when you want a nourishing clean energy boost.
Leaky Gut – also known as intestinal permeability – describes a condition in which the lining of the small intestine becomes damaged, causing undigested food particles, toxic waste products, and bacteria to penetrate and enter the bloodstream. It’s one of the major HIDDEN stressors that leads to hormone imbalances. I've never seen a person struggling with hormones that doesn't need to heal their gut.