Why Detoxing is especially important when you have a hormone imbalance

This time of year the in word is “Detox”, but it’s not just a cool thing to do when you have a hormonal imbalance, it’s necessary.

Estrogen Dominance & Liver Detoxification

Play There are many benefits to detoxing

– Increased Energy
– Sleeping Soundly
– Waking Refreshed
– Vitality

But for women with a hormonal imbalance, there’s one more

– Estrogen Clearance

Symptoms of higher estrogen levels may include:

– Sore or swollen breasts before your period
– Teary or angry or depressed before your period
– Fluid retention or bloating before your period
– More body fat around the tummy & thighs
– headaches & or migraines before your period

If this sounds like you, then a liver detox may be just what the naturopath ordered!

How do I detox?

There are detox programs in healthfood stores, but some contain sugar while other’s don’t directly work on the specific enzymes to break down estrogen. Don’t you want a detox that is just for you?

Calcium D glucurate is a nutrient that is particularly beneficial for helping estrogen clearance & our formula’s contain this nutrient.

Come in & we can discuss your hormone imbalance & whether a detox is the right way to go for you.

In the meantime, here are 3 steps that you can start to do to help your liver & help estrogen clearance.

1. Eat Organic Broccoli- It helps to clear estrogen & is protective against some cancers.

2. Drink lemon juice in warm water in the morning. It is a gentle, general liver detoxifier.

3. Eat 5 organic Brazil nuts a day. They are high in selenium which is an important nutrient for the liver.

….remember, your body is designed to win.

 

 

This post is from Andrea Strand nee Hepner, a practicing Naturopath at Empowered Health.

Visit Empowered Health, Call us on 1300 21 44 25 or email andrea@empoweredhealth.com.au to find out which detox program is right for you!

So don’t delay, we are ready for your call. 1300 21 44 25.

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