When the word “hormones” is used, most think of estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. The truth is that we have many hormones that regulate the functions in our bodies and interact with each other, making them more complicated than the average person would assume. Healthy hormones are not just reproductive hormones, but also adrenal, thyroid, liver, digestive and intestinal. They all have to function properly.
Come take the first step to regaining control over your hormones. In this 90-minute workshop we will unravel the complexity of it all so you’ll understand what helps hormones. Understanding how they work and affect your body helps you take action. When your feed your body with the foods it loves and live a more relaxing happy life, hormones behave themselves. You will be amazed how much better you will feel and the new energy and vitality you will discover.
What it means to have balanced hormones:
- You spend your day feeling calm and energized. You don’t feel stressed or overwhelmed.
- Periods are not necessarily 28 days apart, but they are regular.
- You go to sleep at a reasonable hour and sleep through the night, getting 7-8 hours of sleep (it is fine to have an afternoon nap when needed, as that is part of our natural sleep cycle).
- You have good brain function - the fog has lifted and your memory and focus are regular.
- Your hair grows where it is supposed to grow and not elsewhere.
- Your muscles and joints are not sore and you feel limber.
- Your skin is clear and smooth and not dry.
- For menopausal women, typical symptoms of hot flashes and weight gain are not an issue
- You maintain a good sex drive and you function as you should.