Estrogen Dominance and hypothyroid are very common, both in young and older women, but is most likely to occur in the post-menopausal woman, who is highly susceptible due to the drop off of progesterone that accompanies menopause. Since estrogen blocks thyroid hormone from entering the cells, excess estrogen in your blood and liver can cause all kinds of problems, including hypothyroid symptoms,..even if your thyroid is working just fine!
Here are 12 signs that might indicate that excess estrogen is effecting your thyroid function:
3. Temperature Sensitivity
4. Weight Gain
5. Dry Skin
7. Brain Fog
8. High Cholesterol
10. Heavy Periods
11. Puffy Eyes/Face
12. Breast Tenderness
Firstly, Optimize Nutrition by eliminating foods that drive estrogen production and weight gain.
Secondly, Flush the Liver with a good month long program. Amazing! Your liver cannot process hormones or efficiently do any of it’s 500+ functions if it is clogged with fat, hormones, and toxins.
Thirdly, Optimize Digestion and the Health of the Micro-Biome. As research on Pro and Pre -Biotics continues to accumulate, good liver function is high on the list of things the health of your Micro-Biome determines.
To get started on your “YOU-TURN”, make a call today!