3 Ways to Balance Your Hormones Naturally
Moshe Dekel, MD and I discuss 3 ways to balance your hormones naturally. Why is this so important?
Our hormones play a huge role in our overall well-being. For example, the proper balance of hormones – in our body – help us to enjoy a better mood, body weight and blood sugar levels. Keep in mind, when these aspects of our life are “out of balance,” they greatly increase the risk of chronic degenerative disease.
Find out how to balance hormones naturally to avoid many future health problems
This can not be overstated: hormonal imbalances will cause tremendous stress on the body, mind and soul. For younger women looking to start a family, hormones are obviously directly connected to ovulation and even fertility-related issues.
In today’s world there are many threats that are interfering with our hormonal balance – which is why so many of us need some form of supplementation.
In this video, Dr. Dekel and I talk about the importance of estrogen, testosterone, adrenal fatigue, and DHEA. Each one of these will greatly impact the rest of your overall health.
As you may know, there’s an epidemic of underactive thyroid occurring. but it’s very often undetected by most conventional medical tests. Dr. Dekel explains how to manage all of this. Remember, the thyroid is the thermostat of the body, so if you have cold hands and feet you’ll want to watch this video to the very end.
What are bioidentical hormones and are they really safe?
Dr. Dekel has over 40 years of medical experience – helping women, in particular, to balance their hormones. At the beginning of the video, you’ll probably be quite surprised to hear what Dr. Dekel says about bioidentical hormones.
Toward the end of the video, we talk about various supplements that can help with hormone balance, we give you a demonstration of EFT (a form of energy medicine), breathing tips and talk about the effects of stress on your hormones. Enjoy the video and let us know what you think – in the comment section below.
For more information about Dr. Dekel – visit: DrDekel.com