Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal imbalance is a condition many women live with. From adolescence to menopause, our hormones are all over the place. This is normal but when that balance is upset, then other not so pleasant issues start to show up. Everything from stress to digestive problems to thyroid function can upset that hormone balance without us even noticing until it’s too late. I know from experience that stress and digestive problems both affect my hormone levels and not in a good way!

You can read more reasons for that imbalance and how to prevent it here:

Hormonal imbalance in women- Reasons and prevention


This article posted on the Mtn. Grove News-Journal is about the new trend of personalized nutrition.  They share how now your can customize your supplements to what your body needs. They also warn about the dangers medication and nutritional supplement interactions. Since this story is also a pitch for a new personalized supplement service, I have to bring attention the statement that your vitamins packs are made based on answers you give on a free Nutritional Assessment.  Now, I take several nutritional supplements daily; all of them recommended by my doctor, based on a complete blood panel, a saliva test, and urinalyses that he ordered and evaluated. I am also happy to report that I feel better now than I have in years, due to both a medication adjustment and addressing my nutritional deficiencies, but I would be wary of basing supplements on a free assessment. Just my feelings on the subject.

Here is the full article. You can decide for yourself.


1 Comment

  1. Avatar sara on February 7, 2018 at 4:37 am

    I think most of the time diet is the main cause, increasing Soy, iron and calcium in diet might help.

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