According to www.womenshealth.gov, these are three of the top 8 health issues trending today during National Women’s Health Week.
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).
Significantly enough, these three conditions all stem from the same root problem – hormonal imbalance. It’s just very interesting that hormonal imbalance can manifest itself in different women in different ways; but the primary root of the problem is the same.
Have you ever heard the term “estrogen dominance”?
Here are some truths about estrogen:
- Not all estrogen is bad.
- Estrogen is vital to women’s health.
- Some estrogens are “stronger” than others.
- You want to avoid the “strong” estrogens and keep the “weaker” kind.
iSissies, your body can be healthy and your hormones do not have to be “raging”. You don’t have to go to medical school to have a better understanding of estrogen, but we do recommend that you enroll yourself in Estrogen101. Click here to learn more about ESTROGEN – THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY!
Below are some additional women’s health issues that can be addressed with the right plan.
We also love this lady – by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP who said: “What this all means is that the theory of estrogen dominance is very real, but its significance lies in the overall ratio of estrogen to progesterone — and this ratio is an individualized and dynamic one. Of all women experiencing symptoms of estrogen dominance, some with low levels of progesterone may do very well with progesterone supplementation, whereas others with normal progesterone levels may be better off focusing on changes that can normalize their estrogen or testosterone levels. How do you know where you fit in? The only way to really tell is to have your hormone levels checked and take action from there.”
Contact Karen iSissy3@callmesister.com and ask her to send you the chart with specific nutrients for the health concern you are wanting to address.
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