Hormone Balance - Why Is It Important?

Updated: Aug 28, 2020

Hormone balance is Key to good health but do you know that your hormones aren't just the "sex hormones" eg progesterone, testosterone, oestrogen, etc? they are also your:

  • Stress hormones are commonly known as adrenalin (cortisol, epinephrine, norepinephrine)

  • Thyroid hormones (TSH, T4 T3)

  • Blood sugars hormone (insulin) plus many others!

So when I say hormone balance is KEY I am talking about whole-body health. The most important concept to get is this: All of your hormones affect each other. Your stress hormones affect your sex hormones and thyroid, your blood sugar hormones affect your, stress hormones, thyroid and sex hormones, and vice-versa! So when ones out the others have to work overtime to create balance.

Your hormones affect how you feel every day, both physically and emotionally; therefore they are essential to get right so you can improve your weight, energy, sleep, fertility, and mood. Hormone balance is a Long-Term Game When correcting a hormone imbalance naturally we can't just go give hormones as this doesn't fix the problem that's causing the imbalance in the first place. What we need to do is go and heal, feed, and or detox the organs that are responsible for maintaining balanced hormones, plus adjust our diet, and lifestyle to support these organs to heal.

"The main organs we need to support are: Liver, Thyroid, Digestion, and Adrenals + we need to reduce stress, eat a diet that balances blood sugars and avoid chemicals of all types"

Stress (Adrenal health): flows down to create an imbalance in sex hormones production. This is because your body prioritizes making stress hormones to run and fight (to get you out of danger now) instead of having babies. The thing about stress is it doesn't have to be a life-threatening event taking place, it can just be the ever-growin