Estrogen dominance can be very common, and if you know the signs and symptoms but still suffer from it, you need to know what to do.
However, before we share one effective and simple protocol to help balance hormone levels, we will list the 10 most common symptoms of estrogen dominance.
Abnormal menstrual cycle
Severe PMS (breast tenderness/swelling, mood swings, headaches)
Weight gain (especially hips and abdomen)
Dysfunction of the thyroid gland
To restore the balance of hormones in the body, the following steps should be taken.
Step 1: Eliminate xenoestrogens
Nowadays, we are constantly exposed to various chemicals, one of which is “xenoestrogens” that mimic estrogen in the body. Therefore, to avoid these negative consequences, the following main culprits should be avoided.
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Cosmetics, make-up, toiletries
Non-organic dairy products
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Step 2: Effective removal
This step is necessary because it removes estrogen and prevents it from re-entering the bloodstream in cases of chronic constipation. Therefore, you should have a bowel movement every day, if not:
Drink 2-3 liters of water a day
Increase your intake of fiber-rich foods
Increase your vegetable intake at every meal
Eat probiotics like kefir, yogurt, miso, and tempeh.
Take magnesium citrate or Triphala to promote bowel movements.
In addition to helping to remove waste and toxins from the body, you should also:
Exercise or go to the sauna to stimulate sweating.
Take deep breaths to support your lungs
Lymphatic body massage
Remove dead skin cells with a dry brush.
Step 3: Improves liver health and improves estrogen detoxification
Estrogen is effectively eliminated by the liver. In the first step, the liver converts harmful estrogen into mild, weak estrogen, and in the second step, it converts it into a water-soluble form that passes through the stool and urine.
However, if the body lacks essential nutrients and is overloaded with other chemicals accumulated in processed foods, drugs, alcohol, and other substances, the liver cannot do its job.
Support liver function,
Drink plenty of filtered water
Do not drink alcohol
All real diet
(Eat liver-healthy foods like kale, dandelion greens, beets, garlic, eggs, dark leafy greens, artichokes, onions, leeks, onions, cauliflower, kale, and Brussels sprouts.)
Get a hormone-balancing formula that contains B vitamins (especially B6, B12, and folic acid), as well as DIM, calcium-D-glucarate, indole-3-carbinol, and sulforaphane.
Add liver-boosting herbs such as rosemary, burdock, red clover, barberry, milk thistle, dandelion root, Oregon grape root, sage, licorice, ginger, and wild yam.
Additionally, try a non-sedating herbal detox program like Dandelion, 100% USDA organic, to help detoxify, energize, boost your metabolism, and improve overall well-being. Roots and milk thistle seeds (enhances liver detoxification), mat and matcha (to energize the body), or valerian root and passionflower can soothe and calm anxious thoughts.