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Balance Hormones Naturally


Hormone Balance

Hormones are little messengers that travel through the body and are produced by endocrine organs, such as the ovaries and testes, adrenal glands, pancreas, thyroid and pituitary gland. Hormones are sent to cells and other organs to regulate certain bodily functions. 

Sex hormones such as progesterone, oestrogen and testosterone, affect reproduction and sexual functioning whereas other hormones such as cortisol, helps regulates the body’s stress response. Ghrelin and leptin are two hormones that regulate appetite. 

Normal hormone cycles change naturally throughout life, especially in puberty, pregnancy, breastfeeding and menopause. It’s common for hormone imbalances to occur at these times, but managing them through nutrition and lifestyle can greatly reduce symptoms and improve your quality of life.

Hormone balance is delicate, in that they’re easily affected by outside stressors like stress, a diet high in processed foods and low in nutrients, environmental toxins and poor sleep habits. A combination of these can throw hormones out of balance, worsen symptoms and increase premature aging. 



You’ve gained weight and can’t lose it

You are tired more often than not

You have strong food cravings, especially around your period

Your periods are heavy, painful or irregular

You get monthly PMS

Mood swings or low mood before your period

Insomnia or poor quality sleep

Fertility issues

Skin problems: acne (especially on the lower part of the face), dry itchy skin

Hot flashes, night sweats, headaches

Constipation or diarrhoea, especially before your period
poor food choices

Factors that influence your risk of a hormone imbalance

  • High stress
  • A diet high in carbohydrates, processed and ready made foods
  • Overeating or nutrient deficiencies
  • History of birth control 
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Too many toxins

How Long Does It Take To Fix a Hormone Imbalance?

Generally speaking, it will take at least 3 months, but more likely 6+ months.The goal is to get your own body to maintain the balance itself.

Usually a hormone imbalance indicates other imbalances in the body, such as digestive and microbiome imbalances, the need for liver support and stress management. So it’s rarely the case of ‘just working on reproductive hormones’.

A comprehensive approach is used, often requiring functional nutrition testing, to work through these key areas, to bring the hormones and body into balance.

The final result gives women fantastic health affecting all areas of their life, along with added confidence, motivation and energy to spend more time with friends and family, discover new (healthy) hobbies and exercise more. The knowledge they’ve gained throughout their time working with me allows women to maintain this level of optimised health. 

In the initial weeks working together, your diet, lifestyle, ongoing symptoms and medical history are all addressed, with the aim at understanding the root causes of your symptoms presenting. Protocols (and further testing if necessary) are put in place to address these root causes – with the use of food, nutrition, supplementation and lifestyle changes. My goal is to empower you to make choices and create habits that optimise your health and wellbeing. 

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