Yes, again and again.
Did you know that people who suffer from the above generally have large numbers of bad bacteria in their gut?
These bad bacteria strains release enzymes which put back together broken down, used oestrogen and then recirculate them in your system 🤢
That means not only is your metabolism and detoxification is compromised, and you’re recycling toxins, it also means you have far too much oestrogen in your system – way more than you’re supposed to have.
When you’re at this stage, there’s only so much you can do on your own, as this is really where you need to seek professional help from a nutritional therapist.
Sorting out the gut usually takes a few months, and is imperative for good hormonal balance. In fact, there’s no point in addressing hormonal imbalance until your imbalanced gut has been addressed first.
It’s a bit like pouring water into a bottomless glass. You have to fix the glass first, otherwise it will just be a waste.
A good gut protocol involves:
-removing foods which may be problematic for your individual health,
-strengthening your gut immune system,
-getting rid of the nasty bugs/yeast/parasite and in time, replacing them with lots of useful ones.
-nourishing your gut with healing nutrients
-reintroducing healthy foods which may have been problematic in the past, and maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
None of this works if you don’t first work on maintaining balanced blood sugar levels.
If you think your hormone health is in disarray, it’s time you addressed your gut and blood sugar balance. This is my speciality and I have LOTS of first hand experience 🙃
For an effective tailor made solution, contact me for packages and prices.
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