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A 'Hormonal Imbalance' means your body has either too much or too little of one or more of your hormones. This can be an issue all the time or can just show up at a certain times of your cycle. Even a small hormonal imbalances can cause side effects throughout the body.


Estrogens are one of the 2 main sex hormones that women have. The other one is Progesterone.

Estrogen is a group of hormones that play an important role in the normal sexual and reproductive development in women. The woman's ovaries make most estrogen hormones, although the adrenal glands and fat cells also make small amounts of the hormones.

Estrogen Deficiency:

Hot Flashes

Night Sweats Vaginal Dryness

Foggy Thinking

Poor Memory




Sleep Problems

Excess Estrogen:

Mood Swings

Tender Breasts

Water Retention




Uterine Fibroid

Weight Gain In Hips

Bleeding Changes

How Gut Health Affects Estrogen And Other Hormones?

The bacteria in your gut plays a huge role in the regulation of estrogen and other hormones within the body. Estrogen imbalances could impact a woman's risk of developing postmenopausal breast cancer.

Headaches, migraines, allergies, autoimmunity, weight gain acne, skin rashes, yeast infections, hormonal imbalances, fatigue, immune challenges, even the way you sense pain, they all relate to the condition and health of your gut.

Healing your gut and balancing hormones can start with your very next meal.

Ways To Keep Your Gut Healthy And Hormones Balanced:

Maintain a Healthy Diet

Get Enough Protein In Every Meal.

Regular Exercise

Reduce Stress

Consume Healthy Fats

Avoid Overeating

Avoid Sugar & Refined Carbs

Get Enough Sleep

Take Probiotics

Consume a High Fiber Diet

Consume Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Have at least 1 cup of Green Tea everyday.

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