How Toxins Can Cause Hormonal ImbalanceFeb 17, 2021
I was 34 years old when I was told that I have no hormones, and let me tell you, I have learned a lot since then.
Because having a DUTCH test tell me that I was basically in menopause was not okay with me!
>>Over the years, I’ve learned how there is a correlation between toxins and hormones.<<
You might be thinking, “I'll just take this supplement to help mask my symptoms.” But I believe that it’s important to understand how everything in the body is connected.
Today, I’m going to break down where hormones come from and how that relates to toxins that could be causing your hormonal imbalance.
Connecting the Dots
Before we start talking about toxins, you have to understand how they get produced. Our hormones come from cholesterol *which I know can get a bad rep* but it’s actually a necessity in our body.
There needs to be enough cholesterol to help make hormones and cholesterol is made from our liver.
>>This is a very simplified understanding but when you start to connect the dots you can start to learn more about how your body functions.<<
Toxins Impacting Hormones
Toxins and hormones have two things in common: the liver.
The liver is used as a way to remove toxins from the body and create cholesterol to help make up hormones.
If there is a toxin load in your body and your liver is not able to clear things out, you are jamming up the systems that are needed to produce the right amount of hormones.
This connection played a crucial role in my healing journey when I was 34 years old because I recognized that it wasn’t my hormone's fault, it was the toxicity load from mold exposure and my poor liver function.
>>If I were to have just addressed my non-existing hormones, I would have never got to the root of my problem.<<
With all of the healing that I've done, I want to encourage you to not just look for answers, but to keep learning because knowledge is power.
If you’re ready to get things moving, grab my free Pilates Flow Workout. Today, I explained how toxins can jam up systems in the body and the liver is one of the ways used to help get them out, but gentle movement is another powerful way to open up pathways in the body.
In this workout, you are going to stimulate your fascial system while creating space, so grab your mat and get the workout >>HERE!<<
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