Low energy, always tired, no sexual drive, feeling low and emotionally off, difficulty remembering words and thinking clearly…….Do you find yourself dealing with these?
Did you know that many of these are tied to our endocrine system and hormone imbalance?Link Here
First you need to understand your own body. You are your body’s first line of defense. We are the gate keepers to what goes in and on our body. We can be so busy with life that we forget to take care of ourselves. And how can we as business women, moms, grandmothers, wives, etc. be there for others when we cannot seem to function properly?
Did you know that many of the products and foods we use and eat have a significant effect on the balance of our body? There are hormones added to animals that we eat to speed their growth for faster production of meat for consumers. Link Here
These added hormones are in our food, which means that we eat them. If we are adding hormones to our bodies, then we are causing imbalance unknowingly.
Also products we use on our bodies include synthetic chemicals that can disrupt the communication that the hormones from our endocrine system carry throughout our body. This can also cause imbalance.
The daily use and intake of the products and food compound the effects they have, until our body can not keep up with filtering out the excessive amount we are taking in. This leads to negative reactions in our bodies and the signs mentioned above. We need to begin to listen to the signs our body gives before it starts screaming and we end up with a serious issue.
You can take the first step by changing what you put in and on your body to help support the balance and function of your body.
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