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Top 3 Ways to Support Your Liver and Restore Hormone Balance in Pre-Menopause-F

Top 3 Ways to Support Your Liver and Restore Hormone Balance

When it comes to your hormones, your liver is the most important (and often overlooked) place to start. Especially for women as you approach 40 and beyond, protecting and supporting your liver is a critical piece to ensure you make the transition to menopause with ease and grace. When your liver fails to do this effectively, the most common result is estrogen dominance.

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5 Hot Flash Solutions That Work

Hot flashes are silent, and many of us try to hide the fact we have them. What if you didn’t have to resign yourself to hot flashes and night sweats (which are just hot flashes that happen at night) and you empowered yourself with solutions to actually DO SOMETHING about how you’re feeling, instead of just living with it?

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Top Ways to Support a Healthy Liver Quickly

The #1 root cause of hormone imbalance I see in women in their late thirties and beyond is a sluggish liver! This is because it slacks off on its duty of cycling out excess toxins and hormones, sending your body into a downward spiral of hormone dysfunction. Your liver’s main job is to filter out toxins and excrete them from your body. But guess what happens when hormonal levels are out of whack and your body begins throwing excess at the liver? It simply can’t keep up.

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#243: What You Need to Know About the Stages of Perimenopause and How to Address Them

We all have been told the “horrors” of menopause, but few people are really talking about the biggest time of transition in a woman’s life: perimenopause. This 4-10 year period before your menstrual cycle totally stops can be a time of fluctuating hormones, uncomfortable symptoms (including hot flashes, stubborn weight, exhaustion, sleep struggles, and more), and feelings that your life as you know it is over. But it doesn’t have to be this way!

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