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Stop Inflaming Your Thyroid with These 4 Foods

“What should I eat now that I have this diagnosis?” This is a question I hear all the time, from people who are either dealing with hormone imbalances, thyroid disorders, or autoimmune diseases like Hashimoto’s. While there is no concrete answer to this question (and believe me, I wish there were!), I want to empower you to make the best choices you can make for your body and your health. Let me first say that food is a personal thing. What works for one person may not work for someone else. The best advice I can give is that you listen to your body. This involves finding what makes you feel good and getting rid of the things that don’t!

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Sleeping for Your Hormones Part Two - The Solution for Your Hormones

How to Balance Your Hormones to Sleep Better (Part Two)

The relationship between sleep and hormones is a complex one.  When hormone levels are off, they can cause problems with sleep, which can cause more problems with hormone levels.  It’s so important that you take the time now to assess what is causing your issues with sleep and to tweak your schedule a bit, making time for a few of the suggestions self-care routines mentioned above.  With a few changes and reducing your stress levels, you could be getting a better night’s sleep, restoring your natural hormone levels, having more energy, and maintaining or adjusting your weight to its optimal range.

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What to Eat to Balance Your Hormones

It is not uncommon for women, younger and older, to experience hormone imbalance. Whether pre-menopausal, peri-menopausal, or menopausal, women have differing hormonal needs and can easily be thrown off, particularly because today’s food sources are often filled with substances that can wreak havoc on our delicately balanced endocrine systems, including meats and grains.

Do You Have Hormonal Imbalance?

Signs of hormonal imbalance can vary among women and depending on the particular hormones that are out of sync. However, some signs and symptoms include irregular periods, unexplained weight gain or weight loss, depression, fatigue, anxiety, insomnia, appetite changes, digestive problems, low libido, and hair loss. Problems with infertility and endometriosis, and even symptoms of diabetes can be exacerbated by hormones that have gone awry.

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