To support your menopause, there are a number of key supplements and nutrients that can help with your symptoms
And If you have invested in testing your hormones, you have done a smart thing.
This is because you have given your body a full MOT. And you know exactly what supplements and nutrients you need.
Just like you do with a car, you know where the advisories are and which parts are broken. And with this information, you can start to support these areas. You can correct them with a targeted nutrition and supplement plan.
Would you like know which supplements and nutrients reduce menopausal symptoms?
It may be that you need to restore your thyroid health, your adrenals or your sex hormones. This is the time where you can support your body to regain homeostasis and correct any deficiencies.
Supplements are not for the long term…..
Supplements are not for the long term, but they have an invaluable role in restoring some of the sources of your dysfunction. It’s a way to kickstart your journey back to health and correct a problem that has been identified.
Getting your supplements right can make such a difference to how you feel physically and emotionally, but to get it right, it does need guidance and support from a professional.
It’s also important to take the time to restore key functions. This can be done with the correct nutrients and supplements. The foundations within your body need to be working efficiently before you can start to rebalance your hormones. It’s the classic scenario of don’t try and run before you can walk.
One of the key focus areas is your digestive health
This needs to be in tip top condition so that the food you eat can be absorbed and used correctly. And so that all the waste and toxins can be eliminated properly. Because, if this is not working well, your hormones will suffer. And your menopause symptoms will be exacerbated.
Key areas that can go wrong include the balance of your gut microbiome, low stomach acid, food intolerances and a leaky gut. All of this needs to be corrected before moving on. If left unchecked, you haven’t extinguished the fire and it will just re ignite. And this just leads to more unwanted symptoms.
And the other main area is your liver.
Your liver performs over 200 functions in your body which are vital to your health. The liver has a role in making, secreting and breaking down many of your hormones.
It detoxifies the blood and builds proteins. It excretes drugs and cholesterol and it produces bile, to name a few.
This means that if you do not look after it, then your hormonal health will suffer. Your hormones will be imbalanced and hey presto, your symptoms will continue.
These days your liver is working harder than ever and so it is important to learn how to love your liver, get it working for you and not putting it under excessive strain.
And once you have a targeted supplement plan in place, alongside some good solid nutrients to restore the foundations of your digestive system and liver, your body is restored and ready to be balanced.
Without a doubt, during your menopause transition, your body goes through some of its biggest hormonal changes. And it is these changes that give rise to a whole host of unwanted symptoms.
Your hormones are made from what you eat and it therefore goes without saying that nourishing your body with the right nutrients is one of the best ways to look after your hormonal health.
Would you like to learn how to support your hormones?
Once you have put down the foundations, you can really start to get your hormones working for you, by introducing “purposeful” nutrients. And these are the ones which provide the building blocks for your hormones and allow them to work efficiently. And they need to chosen according to your individual requirements.
For example, if your test results indicate unbalanced levels of oestrogen, phytoestrogens may be added to your personalised plan to help regulate this hormone. Or you may be asked to increase your protein and healthy fat intake to help you with your hormone production and transportation.
Remember your hormones flourish and your symptoms reduce when you give them the supplements and nutrients they need.
In contrast, there is a whole lot of food that just disrupts your hormones and exacerbates all of your symptoms.
So it is important to understand what to avoid and why. Our typical western diets provide very little in the way of nutrition and many of the processed foods we grab for convenience are really just giving your body a whole load of chemicals. And this off course just wreaks havoc with your hormonal health.
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