I recently started a blog series on balancing hormones naturally.
I have five simple solutions I recommend to women who have issues with hormone health.
I like to call these Hormone Helpers.
And in case you’ve missed the last few blogs…
I’ll list all five and offer some concluding thoughts on this blog series.
Hormone Helper #1: CONSUME FRESH BERRIES EVERYDAY
Hormone Helper #2: REMOVE RED MEAT FOR 30 DAYS
Hormone Helper #3: EAT MORE VEGETABLES
Hormone Helper #4: DRINK TEN GLASSES OF WATER
Hormone Helper #5: GET OUTSIDE IN NATURE AND MOVE
My previous blog posts explained each of these in more detail so be sure to check those out if you haven’t already.
Having balanced hormones could significantly improve your overall health.
There are a number of women who currently struggle with symptoms of hormone imbalance…
But the good news is there are steps you can implement today to help you along on your healing journey.
And that’s not all: I also wanted to include a delicious hormone balancing smoothie.
You can find the recipe below.
This tasty treat balances your hormones…
And makes you feel like you’re drinking a milkshake.
I drink this smoothie almost everyday.
Hormone Balancing Smoothie
Serving size: 1
1 cup of cauliflower florets
½ cup of frozen blueberries
½ cup of ice
1 tsp. flax seed
1 tsp. hemp seed
2 tbsp. collagen powder
1 tsp. raw cacao powder
1 tsp maca powder
1 tsp. camu camu powder
½ tsp. ashwagandha powder
1 ½ cups of water
Optional: Add 1 pitted date
Optional: Add 1 tsp of pure vanilla
Combine all ingredients and blend until smooth.
Enjoy your delicious hormone balancing smoothie.
And while these steps may seem overwhelming…
Know I’m always here to help.
If you want to know more about nutrition and hormone health…
I go in much more detail in my program, Best of You.
What you eat has such a profound effect on your body…
And especially your hormones…
That I spend much more time going over the solutions to better hormone health inside my program.
Whether you’re a current member of Best of You or not…
I hope you gained some valuable insight on steps you can take today to start improving your hormone health.
And I look forward to answering more of your questions in my next blog series.