Proven Secrets to Whole Body Hormone Balance Ebook
Hormone imbalance can be turned around! The purpose of this informational Ebook is to help you understand hormonal imbalance, how to restore that balance and how to achieve ultimate and renewed health. Learn what simple and powerful decisions you can begin to implement right now to restore your health, vitality and well-being.
Proven Secrets to Whole Body Hormone Balance...You Can Feel Good!
Natural Solutions for Radiant Health!
Loretta Lanphier, NP, CN, HHP, CH
"A Step-by-Step Guide For Total Hormonal Balancing...The Natural Way"
Eliminate Stress | Increase Energy | Lose Weight | Detoxify & Cleanse | Look & Feel FABULOUS!
OVER 100 Pages | Delivered to your E-Mail Address Instantly
For A Whole-Body Approach To Balancing Your Hormones
Hormone imbalance can be reversed! Look and feel better than ever, just take the time to learn about yourself and read the information in this best-selling E-Book about reversing hormone imbalance. Are you ready to finally feel great--the way you used to feel?
THE PURPOSE of this e-book is to help you understand hormonal imbalance and how to restore that balance and to achieve ultimate or renewed health. You can live a long and healthy life. Learn what simple and powerful decisions you can begin to make right now to restore your health and vitality, and conquer your problem of hormonal imbalance. This is something only you can do!
It is imperative that you keep an open mind, and remember that you have the power to achieve whatever you put your mind to. Following this process will help return you to a healthy and vibrant person. And the good part is that you will finally be in control of your health.
Chapter Titles Include
- Hormones 101
- What's The Big Fuss About HRT?
- What can I do "NOW" to start balancing my hormones?
- How can I learn more about balancing my hormones?
- What preparations do I take for Hormonal Imbalance?
- What supplements do I take for Hormonal Imbalance?
- What type of diet should I follow for Hormonal Imbalance?
- What should I drink to help balance my hormones?
- What type of Exercise works best for Hormonal Imbalance?
- The Effect of Stress and Emotions for Hormonal Imbalance
- Helpful Hints and other recommendations for Balancing Your Hormones. Plus MUCH More!!
Common Symptoms Of Hormonal Imbalance
(Check Those That Apply To You)
|1. Headache ______
2. Migraines ______
3. Leg Cramps ______
4. Backache ______
5. Infertility ______
6. Dry Skin ______
7. Facial Hair ______
8. Confusion ______
9. Irritability ______
10. Depression ______
11. Frustration ______
12. Mood Swings ______
13. Hysteria ______
14. Fatigue ______
15. Insomnia ______
16. Dry Hair ______
17. Breast Swelling ______
18. Crying/Weeping ______
19. Feeling of panic ______
20. Sudden Anger ______
|21. Breast Tenderness _____
22. Bloating _____
23. Fibroids _____
24. Water Retention _____
25. Lowered Libido _____
26. Sweet Cravings _____
27. Night Sweats _____
28. Weight Gain _____
29. Low Metabolism _____
30. Uterine Fibroids _____
31. Hot Flashes _____
32. Irregular Periods _____
33. Endometriosis _____
34. Unstable Blood Sugar _____
35. Fibrocystic Breasts _____
36. Vaginal Dryness _____
37. Memory Loss _____
38. Osteoporosis _____
39. Lowered Concentration _____
The good news is that the symptoms of hormonal imbalance are reversible and even preventable. When we empower ourselves with the correct information and proper knowledge we will then begin making the choices that support our health. Educating yourself first before starting any health program is of utmost importance. It builds self-confidence and belief in what you are doing. This is your body and health we are talking about. Most people spend hundreds of dollars every month on new shoes, clothes, fast-food, etc. How much do you spend on keeping yourself healthy and fit? Without health, your body will start to deteriorate and age. Look and feel better than ever! Are you willing to spend the time it takes to read this E-Book? If so, your reward will be good health and well-being for a long, long time.
Need for Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
by Dr. Loretta Lanphier, ND, CN, HHP
You must be wondering with all of the hype about hormones, Why do we need HRT in the first place? In this article I address this concern with some straightforward information about natural HRT...
Hormonal imbalance is a term that has become popular to describe an incorrect relationship that exists between levels of progesterone and estrogen.
Progesterone is a needed hormone for both menopausal women and andropausal men for many reasons. It's a steroid hormone made by the ovary at ovulation, and in smaller amounts by the adrenal glands. Progesterone is manufactured in the body from the steroid hormone pregnenolone, and is a precursor to most of the other steroid hormones, including cortisol, androstenedione, the estrogens and testosterone. When levels of progesterone are low, it needs to be replaced. Its most important role is to balance or oppose the effects of estrogen.
Unopposed estrogen creates a strong risk for breast cancer and reproductive cancers. Estrogen levels drop at menopause but only 40-60%, which is just enough to stop the menstrual cycle. Progesterone levels may drop to near zero in some women. Because progesterone is the precursor to so many other steroid hormones, its use can greatly enhance overall hormone balance after menopause. Progesterone also stimulates bone building and thus helps protect against osteoporosis.
During the 10 to 15 years before menopause, many women regularly have cycles where they make enough estrogen to create menstruation, but they don't make any progesterone. This sets the stage for estrogen dominance. By using natural progesterone during these months, symptoms of PMS can be helped.
We also know that PMS can occur despite normal progesterone levels when stress is present. Stress overtaxes the adrenals. It increases cortisol production; cortisol blocks (or competes for) progesterone receptors. Additional progesterone is required in this case to overcome this blockade, and additional stress management is important, such as proper nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle. Similar scenarios apply to men as well.
Other major factors that stresses our bodies and subsequently our hormones, are environmental chemicals in our food, water and air--heavy metals, herbicides, pesticides, plastics and many other poisons-that mimic estrogen once they enter our body. In just one example of this type of poisoning, it has been reported on several news programs (CBS, The Discovery Channel and others) that the common tin can is inadvertently supplying us with unwanted estrogen-like hormones. This is a result of a chemical reaction over a period of time between the tin and the plastic inner lining of the can. Unwanted cumulative chemical additions, such as this, are believed to have dire consequences within our bodies.
It's clear that our bodies can get overloaded with estrogen without even trying. The other bad news is that our overloaded bodies may not have the ability to breakdown estrogen. The liver generally removes excess estrogen. Diseases of the liver like cirrhosis or decreased enzyme activity can lead to increased estrogen levels. Vitamin B6 and magnesium are necessary for the liver to neutralize estrogen. Increased sugar intake will also excrete magnesium and interfere with its ability to breakdown estrogen. Estrogen supplementation by prescription is clearly not needed, and will increase estrogen levels unless it is properly balanced with natural progesterone.
With all of these factors, it's easy to conclude most women and men are on estrogen overload.
Symptoms of Estrogen Overload
When estrogen overload symptoms occur, doctors usually offer either synthetic HRT or birth control pills. What is needed instead is natural progesterone for both hormonal balance and relief of symptoms, in both women and men, such as:
- Decreased libido
- Fibrocystic breasts
- Food and sugar cravings
- Uterine fibroids
- Irregular or excessive uterine bleeding
- Weight gain
- Increased blood clotting
- Thyroid dysfunction
When dysfunctions are extremely painful or debilitating, women are told that their health is more important than their reproductive organs, and that a hysterectomy would be the best thing. In most cases, women can choose natural hormone replacement therapy to solve these problems. Natural HRT can take care of the risks of:
- Ovarian cancer
- Breast cancer
An imbalance occurs in nearly every instance where physicians prescribe synthetic hormones. This is because traditional HRT adds to the already existing high levels of estrogen in our bodies. By adding synthetic hormones, traditional HRT, which directly interfere with the normal function of our endocrine system, our body is fooled. It thinks the estrogens are real estrogens. Our bodies act as if there is estrogen excess in the system, resulting in an increased hormonal imbalance.
At Oasis Advanced Wellness a simple saliva hormonal level test kit can be purchased and used in the comfort of your home. With these results and your symptoms, you can determine your need for natural HRT.
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