My Top 5 Recommendations for a Healthy Gut & Happy Hormones
High Cortisol & Low Progesterone...Could you be Struggling?
Are all of your symptoms in your head? Nah, they are probably in the gut!
By now, I’m sure you have heard about the importance of the gut, and the gut microbiome, on your overall heath and well-being. We are now learning just HOW important the belly is for controlling all things from nutrient absorption and immunity, to affecting our skin and even our mental health.
But, did you know that the health of your gut also plays a KEY role in balancing your hormones and making sure your hormonal health is in tip-top shape?
All this buzz about “healing the gut” isn’t for nothing, and I’m going to help explain why…
Are You Having Gut Issues and Don't Even Know It?
There are number of common hormone imbalances that affect women, but one combination that I see SO often, is the correlation between high cortisol and low progesterone.
Why are these two hormones so important?
And how do you know if you’re struggling with an imbalance?
We will determine some of the common characteristics below & what you can do to start balancing your hormones right away.
Why I Created the 3-Month Coaching Program
Here’s the crazy thing about the gut… it literally affects the ENTIRE body.
Even if you don’t identify as having digestive discomfort or distress, your gut may be the source of a host of other symptoms in the body. But how do you know?
From belly pain, to skin and mood issues, to hormone imbalances … let’s touch on a why our bellies are so important!
Why Work with a Health Coach?
I was always afraid of how anxious or nervous I was going to feel. I would worry about being able to make it through the work day without feeling completely exhausted. And I dreaded waking up with yet ANOTHER upset stomach. Most of all, I was constantly stressing about the “best” food to put in my body. I was always on the defense! And my negative self-talk was making the situation even worse.
It's Not All In Your Head! 3 Key Components to Living a Healthy and BALANCED life.
The most frequently asked question I receive is.... well ... what does a health coach do?
Most of us already know that we should be eating whole foods and moving our bodies, right? I mean, the internet is practically overflowing with the next "perfect diet" and "calorie-burning exercise routine" you MUST do in order to achieve optimal health.
With so much information at our finger tips, what's the point of working with a one-on-one coach?
Well here's a little secret...
My Naturopathic Doctor Visit
Some studies suggest that as many as 80% of women are living with hormone imbalances that affect everything from chronic fatigue syndrome, PCOS, hypothyroidism, and rheumatoid arthritis (to name a few). Autoimmune disease is now the third most common category of disease, and get this, 78% of sufferers are women. Where do we go from here?
So I started looking searching for naturopathic doctors in my area and finally found someone I trusted and booked my first appointment.