Nutrition Guides for women's wellness
Nutrition for hormonal balance
Eating for balanced hormones and life-long wellness
For many women their hormones play a huge part in their lives. With many noticing their fluctuations in mood, energy, food cravings, ability to sleep, libido, weight and many more.
In this document I’ll be discussing an overview on hormones and how lifestyle factors such as stress, bowel habits and nutrition can affect them and vice versa. I’ll discuss and present current research into things that really work to give you better hormonal balance.
Imbalances can occur when there is too much or too little of any particular hormone within the bloodstream. Your hormones affect everything and in return everything affects your hormones.
Hormones regulate every biological process, such as muscle growth, heart rate and menstrual cycle. Dependent on how well balanced your hormones are will have an impact on how well your body is able to do these functions and many more.
How would you know if you had an imbalance of hormones?
Common symptoms could include;
- Hot flashes/night sweats
- Bilateral pounding headaches
- Recurrent yeast infections
- Breast swelling and tenderness
- Nausea, cramps, bloating
- Leg cramps
- Yellow tinged skin
- Excessive vaginal bleeding
- Anxiety and irritability
- Irregular menstrual cycles
- Low libido
- Weight gain
- Digestive problems
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Optimal Nutrition for healing and health in the Post Natal period
The food we consume has the ability to aid healing, provide long lasting energy, give greater quality of sleep and help us balance our hormones. It is one of the simplest ways we can action good long-term health in ourselves and yet at times it can be overwhelming and confusing with so much advice out there
"A cut or trauma to the body (of any kind so let’s think about a graze to the hand for example) takes approximately a year to fully heal all those layers of tissue, skin and internal structures. So if we are trying to heal pelvic floor, diastasis recti or recovering from a C-section our nutrition is key to supporting that.
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