How To Balance Your Hormones Without Medications

The majority of people who follow us are health seekers. They want to heal their bodies naturally and balance their hormones without medications.

Now it’s not to say that there is never a need for taking medication in some cases, however a lot of people can actually heal their hormonal imbalances naturally without them.

So in my video today, I’m talking about the vital steps that you must have in place in order to achieve a natural hormonal balance.

Balance hormones without medication

  • Healthy gut and hormones

Gut health plays a hugely important role in many aspects of our health – from our immune system, the absorption of nutrients from the food we eat, through to affecting our hormonal balance as well.

If you have an unhealthy gut, this could be due to a number of reasons, including:

  • Eating a poor quality diet
  • Consuming chemical additives in your food
  • Drinking alcohol
  • Taking antibiotics
  • Experiencing high levels of stress

There are certain microbes that are capable of metabolising estrogens in our gut.

These help control the circulating levels of estrogen in our bodies and also how much estrogen is excreted.

If you’re not excreting the right amount of estrogen, this can lead to estrogen dominance, which can lead to it’s own problems.

Many people believe that in order to restore the health of their gut, they need to take lots of probiotics.

Although probiotics are important, gut restoration is actually a complex area that can involve detoxification, gut repar (i.e. leaky gut), specific dietary and lifestyle choices and more.

  • Eating healthy fats and a health balance of omegas in your diet

Your main calorie intake should come from whole food carbohydrates and healthy fats should make up a smaller part of your calorie intake.

One of the big issues with the Standard Western Diet (SAD) is not just the amount of fats and unhealthy fats that people consume – butter, vegetable oils, and meat etc.

It’s also getting the correct omega 6 to 3 ratio that is hugely important.

When people have an unhealthy ratio of omega 6 to 3, with too much omega 6, then this will cause inflammation in the body, which can lead to disease, including heart disease.

The ideal ratio for what are known as the essential dietary fats (omegas 6 and 3) is 1:1 and up to 4:1.

  • Sleep

You really must ensure that you get around 8 hours of sleep every night and make sure that you get to bed at a reasonable time.

So if you don’t do this and instead stay up late, and get too little sleep, then you are actively working against your body’s hormonal and overall health.

The stress hormone cortisol, for example, can increase the following day due to poor sleep.

Even your blood sugar levels can be adversely affected the following day after a poor period of sleep, so prioritising your sleep is a must do.

Knowing that your body heals and repairs itself during sleep and allows your immune system to function at its best, it really is a no brainer when it comes to getting your sleep pattern on track.

  • Eliminate endocrine disruptors

Endocrine disrupters are basically chemicals that disrupt the hormonal balance in your body. BPA, lead, arcenic, mercury – these are just some examples of endocrine disruptors that can adversley affect your hormones.

Filtering your water well, avoiding fish or other contaminated sea foods, going organic as much as possible,using natural products – all these are important to help you minimise your exposure to toxins.

Watch my video above to discover more!

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One thought on “How To Balance Your Hormones Without Medications

  •   Diego Mejía-Córdova  |   

    I was just talking about medication with Victoria Everett. My name is Diego Mejia-Cordova and I am currently on a medication called Invega. I have decreased my dosage since going 80/10/10 raw vegan fruitarian to the lowest dosage, and I am still healthy and thriving. I would like to taper off eventually and would like to know what steps are necessary for us to be healthy. I am slowly but surely experiencing significant decreases in symptoms, but it has not been immediate but rather progressive. I am currently eating only fruits of all varieties, and since it’s always cloudy up north I supplement with vegan vitamin D. For nine months I ate fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds and legumes (with only small differences), for one month I ate just fruits and veggies (with significant improvements), and now for the month of November just fruit. The only other supplement I use is ascended health probiotics from longevity zones made from mangosteen extracts, because I was hoping it would help restore gut imbalance. And I recently found a theory talking about the way a certain gut bacteria affects the way mental health disorders such as ADD, autism and schizophrenia manifest by interfering with the conversion of dopamine to norepinephrine. ADD is the result of too little norepinephrine, and schizophrenia is the result of too much dopamine, both of which are theorized to be neurotransmitters produced in the gut. The imbalance is theorized to be due to a certain kind of gut bacteria called clostridium dificile. That, and I literally was diagnosed with these two things. Ironically, I was given a stimulant as a teenager called Ritalin (which I no longer am on), and now I am being given a depressant with the opposite effect called Invega. I am happy to know that getting off medication and being healthy is possible, just as Victoria Everett did. However, I need to taper safely and under supervision, and I need your wisdom! Currently my psychiatrist just wants me on the same dose (and doesn’t want anything to change). I do, but I am willing to be patient, slow and steady. Yulia, I also think it’s amazing you went and got a degree at a Natural Health College! I wish there was a degree like that locally, but there isn’t.

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