What We’re Talking About In This Episode!
- Why you should get tested for hormone imbalance
- My favorite superfoods that you should be eating every day
- The importance of probiotics and fermented foods for your metabolism
- Learn how to love your liver
- How to eat your way back to hormonal balance with seed cycling
Did you know that food and your gut health plays a huge part in your hormone balance? Today we’re diving deep into how food affects your gut health and in turn how food influences your hormones. In this episode, we’re discussing all the ways your food affects your body, and I’m sharing all of my favorite superfoods that can help your body get back on track.
The role that food plays in your hormone levels is one of my favorite topics, and many women don’t realize that your gut health directly impacts your hormone balance. This can impact many varied aspects of your health including weight, fatigue, insomnia, libido, and fertility.
It’s time we talk about how food can begin to balance your hormones more naturally. It’s the one thing you do every day that you have control over, and can help you feel happier and healthier in so many ways! We discuss the importance of a morning ritual, how important your liver is to your metabolism, and the multiple benefits of green smoothies and fermented foods, plus so much more!
What is your favorite superfood? Tell us in the comments!
“I started experiencing hormone imbalance in my late 20’s and early 30’s, it had everything to do with my constant rushing, my eating habits, and me saying yes to too many things. I literally didn’t have time to eat and prided myself on always being on the move, like most ‘superwomen’ out there” (1:15)
“Food is medicine at the end of the day, and today we are going to learn great tips that you can begin to implement immediately so that you feel really good about how your body is functioning and ultimately how your hormones are functioning as well” (4:35)
“What we are learning as doctors, and as researchers, is that the gut plays such a major role in everything that happens in the body” (7:53)