You Don’t Have To Deal With It
Like a flower, the outward beauty of a woman draws to the inner complexity that makes you uniquely you. Each petal hiding some hidden treasure that leads to some more discovery. All this mystery causes women to look at their health differently. They can’t ignore their ever changing cycles .The cycles, like flowers need tending to.
But women are not that much different than men.
7 weeks after conception the same organs that make you a woman begins to move in a male. The uterus drops down and wraps around the urethra to become the prostrate gland. The ovaries drop down through the inguinal canal into the labia to become the testicles and scrotum. The round ligament gets pulled down by the descending testicle becoming the spermatic cord. The clitoris lengthens to become the penis.
Both women and men make the same hormones, and have the same problems for the same reasons.
There are 3 main estrogens. Estrodial nurtures healthy breast and uterus tissues in a cycling woman.Estrone or menopausal estrogen is more toxic causing inflammation in the same organs. Estriol is dominant when a woman is pregnant.
Progesterone, made only after you ovulate, balances and calms down any storms that your estrogens have created.
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) tells the ovaries to get an egg ready to ovulate.
Leutinizing Hormone (LH) tells the ovaries to ovulate.
Thyroid hormones control about half of your cycle.
The health of a woman depends on the balance and interaction of these hormones.
DHEA, from your adrenal gland is converted into both estrogen and progesterone. This remains the primary source of these hormones after menopause.
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) tells the ovaries to ripen a follicle to get an egg ready to be released. The ripening follicle starts to produce estrogen. When the estrogen level rises , it causes LH to be released . LH causes ovulation, which in turn causes progesterone to be made.
PMS happens when a woman makes too much of the wrong estrogen. She makes estrone instead of Estrodial. This causes inflammation and swelling in the female tissues which can get very uncomfortable.
Most fibrocystic problems come from a combination of toxins, toxic estrogens, and a depressed thyroid.
Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome
PCOS happens when a woman becomes toxic. The toxicity shuts down the thyroid and causes inflammation. The adrenal gland responds to the inflammation by making cortisol. The cortisol causes your blood sugar to rise by taking the protein out of your muscles to be converted to sugar in your liver. All of this makes the follicle in the ovary fibrotic and unable to release the egg.
The Scary Stuff
Cancer is mostly caused by toxic estrogens. Estrone is the main culprit. Most prescription Estrogen comes from pregnant horse urine. Horse estrogens are toxic to women. Studies report that Ethinyl Estrodial is about 100 times more potent than your normal estrodial.
The Root Of All Imbalance
Diet and gut health are the key factors in balancing your hormones. Poor diets cause the bacterial coating of the gut called the flora to change.
Pathogens take over the weakened flora, causing leaky gut, toxic bowel, making you toxic. The toxins overwhelm your liver, making you unable to excrete them properly. As the rising toxins try to escape through the skin and the lungs, your body begins to store them in your fatty tissues.
Most of your hormone producing glands are 50% fat. The toxic fats cause your body to make toxic estrone rather than nurturing estrodial. This makes your female tissues become inflamed, much like a fire.
Inflammation causes your adrenal glands to produce more cortisol. The cortisol steals your estrogens to make more cortisol. The cortisol also makes your blood sugar rise.
Rising blood sugar causes more inflammation. Insulin rises to put the rising sugar into your cells. Your blood sugar drops with the rising insulin, you get weak and start craving food.
Toxins shut down your thyroid so that you quit burning your calories. This causes that unwanted weight gain that many women struggle with.
Then, with the depressed thyroid PMS begins.
Our Unique Individual Care Program
We do not treat diseases, practice medicine, or promise cures. Instead, we combine several approaches to help your body address its weaknesses. In doing so, the body can then strengthen itself to heal. Each person has a program tailored specific to them alone. Many times people in the same household will need an entirely different approach, even if they have what may seem to be the same issues.
All treatments need to address the health of all of your body systems, including flora imbalances, damage to the gut wall, the toxins it creates, liver clearance of toxins, food intolerances, autoimmune responses, with thyroid and adrenal dysfunction included.
We use cost-effective natural ways of testing to find out where your individual weaknesses are. We evaluate every body system that you have, find out how all of your systems interact, and what the root cause of the weaknesses found.
Once we find out what the root cause of your weaknesses are, we then use the same testing procedures to find out how to address them. Since you are unique, your individual care program will probably be different from others that you know.
We Help People Heal Naturally!
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