10 Signs Your Body Has Too Much Estrogen And How To Start Flushing it Out Immediately

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Estrogen is a hormone that is responsible for the development and regulation of the female reproductive system. The dominance in this hormone can happen to anyone which is why you must be aware of the signs and symptoms of this condition in order to determine whether you have it.

These 10 are the most common symptoms of estrogen dominance:

1. Abnormal menstrual periods
2. Low libido
3. Fatigue
4. Bad PMS (breast tenderness/swelling, mood swings, and headaches)
5. Hair loss
6. Weight gain (especially hips and abs)
7. Brain fog
8. Trouble sleeping
9. Thyroid dysfunction
10. Sluggish metabolism

Here are the steps you should follow in order to restore the healthy hormonal balance in the body:

Step 1: Eliminate Xenoestrogens

“Xenoestrogen” is one of the chemicals we are being exposed to every day. This chemical can mimic estrogen in the body and can cause adverse effects. This is how you can protect yourself from this chemical:

– Avoid using plastic Tupperware
– Avoid plastic water bottles
– Avoid BPA cans
– Avoid cosmetics, toiletries and makeup
– Avoid soy protein isolate
– Avoid dryer sheets
– Avoid birth control pills

Step 2: Efficient Elimination

The following tips will help you remove the extra estrogen in the body as well as prevent its re-entrance in case of chronic constipation. In order you don’t have regular bowel movements you should follow these tips:

• Drink 2-3L of water daily
• Increase the intake of fiber-rich foods
• Increase the intake of vegetables with every meal
• Consume probiotics such as kefir, yogurt, miso, tempeh
• To promote bowel movements, supplement with magnesium citrate or Triphala

In order to help the removal of waste and toxins from the body, you should also:

• Exercise or go to a sauna to stimulate sweating
• Breathe deeply to support the lungs
• Massage your body to support the lymph
• Use a dry skin brush to eliminate dead skin cells

Step 3: Improve Liver Health and Estrogen Detoxification

A well-functioning liver has no trouble removing the excess estrogen. First, it turns it into a milder form of the hormone, then converts it into a water-soluble form thus helping you eliminate it easily through the urine or the stool. Your liver function can be compromised if you are deficient in essential nutrients or if there are too many toxins accumulated in your body.

In order to improve your liver function, you should:

• Drink lots of filtrated water
• Do not drink alcohol
• Each a real, whole-foods based diet
• Avoid overeating
• Consume foods that support liver health, such as kale, dandelion greens, beets, garlic, eggs, dark leafy greens, artichoke, onions, leeks, shallots, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, etc.)
• Take B-vitamins (in particular, B6, B12 and Folic Acid), as well as some hormone balancing formula that contains one or all of the following: DIM, Calcium-D-Glucarate, Indole-3-Carbinol, sulforaphane
• Supplement with botanicals that improve the function of the liver, like rosemary, burdock, red clover, barberry, milk thistle, dandelion root, Oregon grape root, gentian, licorice, ginger, wild yam.

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