Tag Archives for " premenopause "

1 Self Quiz: Do You Have Fibroid Tumors?

Fibroid tumors are one of the most common causes of heavy and irregular menstrual bleeding in women in premenopause. It is related to estrogen dominance and is one of the most common reasons for hysterectomy in our society. If you suspect that you have fibroid tumors, you may want to take this self-quiz. If you […]

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Fermented (Cultured) Foods and Estrogen Dominance

Excerpt from Healthy Diet and Nutrition for Women These bacteria split estrogen from the binding substances that cause estrogen to be inactivated in your liver, which actually helps regulate your estrogen levels by binding to and detoxifying estrogen as it passes through the liver into your blood circulation. From the liver, estrogen is then secreted […]

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Herbs which help to promote progesterone production or balance estrogen and progesterone: Dandelion Root

Excerpt from Dr. Susan Lark’s Healing Herbs for Women To maintain a balance of estrogen and progesterone and prevent symptoms of PMS or premenopause, it is important to support the liver in its function of breaking down and excreting hormones. The liver must produce sufficient bile, which then passes through the gallbladder and into the intestine. […]

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