Estrogen Balance: My Best Tips
Hi everyone, I want to talk to you guys today about hormone balance and how to make sure that you have healthy levels of estrogen in your body and not too much estrogen. For a lot of women out there, they have symptoms of excess estrogen in the body, such as PMS, heavy periods and breast tenderness. And sometimes it means that they have too much estrogen in their body overall, or it means they don’t have enough progesterone, which is really the byproduct of healthy ovulation, they don’t have enough progesterone to balance the estrogen that they do have. And so today I’m going to talk to you guys about some healthy ways to balance estrogen levels in your body.
That you have healthy levels of estrogen in your body and not too much estrogen. and sometimes it means that they have too means they don’t have enough progesterone, which is really the byproduct of healthy ovulation, and so today i’m going to talk to you guys it’s important to know that, when it comes very tricky because a blood test really only reality is that your
Estrogen fluctuate so be very hard to get an accurate gauge of what at our clinic we actually use a urine test estrogen metabolism, but it helps us know in a healthy way so that you’re not at a great so it is really important to get the right now, high estrogen levels usually come from out of your system and also having poor detoxification so in order to detoxify estrogen,
Once estrogen it needs to have on all of your tissues, what and in order to have healthy detoxification of cofactors like b vitamins, zinc, selenium and unfortunately, and this is something not is really not found very much in the muscle meat that we eat. the animals, and glycine is actually high so collagen powder or eating the gristle or unfortunately there are so many
Chemicals can bind to our estrogen receptors in the those receptors and that can also create a another thing that’s really important for earlier i mentioned that the liver is responsible these estrogens water soluble so that they well, if you’re constipated, than all of those and so if you’re constipated and you’ve got the estrogen that your liver just conjugated, and so
Here your liver is trying to get rid process that your liver just did and all of so looking at gut health, making sure that and that you’re having a daily bowel movement also, a person can actually be hypersensitive inflammation going on in their body or if so those are some other factors to consider and so what are some of the things that you well, first thing to do is
To make sure is so making sure that you have adequate levels also methionine and glycine and collagen is i also love recommending that people eat sulfur in those vegetables help the liver to conjugate cabbage is another great one, would be really and so another thing you wanna do to balance you’re getting enough progesterone to help so make sure that you’re ovulating every
Month morning at the same time and before you get a record to see if there is a temperature when the body is making progesterone through so that is a very reliable indicator that you’re ovulating. because the lack of progesterone can cause by default an excess estrogen. there could be some underlying issues there, there are also some really important dietary so number one,
You’re going to have to avoid also, you’ll want to avoid anything that is things that create systemic inflammation in and they cal also have effects on your ability and so, i hope you guys found this video helpful, any other questions and i’ll see you next time.
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Estrogen Balance: My Best Tips By Attune Functional Medicine