Bioidentical Hormones


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Since our body has different types of hormones, there has been no evidence at all that bioidentical hormones can be safer than those used in standard hormone therapy for menopause. In this article, we will talk discuss the differences between hormones such as the Endocrine gland and the main tissues acted on by the body hormone and how to balance and cure most of them in a complete natural way. Moreover, we will provide you with few natural plans such as (Seed Rotation Plan) to help you control your hormones naturally as an alternative to Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy. 

Seed Rotation Plan:

Let’s start with this simple plan which has the most effective and positive impact on your hormones. This natural plan is based on adding flax and pumpkin seeds to your daily meals. Sesame and sunflowers seeds have been proven that they can help the hormone rotation and can cure almost any hormone disease with only few month from starting. However, you should remember that you have to stick with the plan on daily basis for at least 3 months. This is also a great plan for women battling striving to achieve their hormonal balance in order to reclaim the best of their lives.


Day 1-13
Estrogen Boost

Estrogen boost plan is usually a 13 days plan which you will have to include Flax and Pumpkin seeds with your every meal intake because they contain phytoestrogens which is a diet rich that have estrogenic effects. They will also increase the amount of estrogen produced in the body. As for Vegetables and Fruits, They do not contain higher amount of phytoestrogen which is found in other foods such as beans soy or flax seeds.


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In addition, as an alternative of Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy, eggs avocado and grain free toast are great for breakfast especially for the people who have adrenal issues such as hypothyroidism and hashimoto disease and want to try natural ways to balance their hormones. They can also drink nut milks instead of cow milk since it does not contains cholesterol or lactose. Moreover, they can try Goat milk such as Kefir smoothie with flax seed, blueberry, ginger, berries, coconut butter, avocado, arugula, and cinnamon on breakfast because they are easy to digest.

Day 14-28
Progesterone Boost
Progesterone boost plan is another great way to control your hormones since sesame seeds and sunflower seeds are rich in folate and will also take care of your hunger. In addition, They will enhance your health by supplying significant amounts of Magnesium and Vitamin E. In fact, an ounce of each will supply around 12 grams of protein and will keep your skin healthier too.
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Does low progesterone estrogen  cause rapid weight gain?

Many people ask this question and the right answer is yes. Low progesterone estrogen dominance the hormonal imbalance that actually causes edema, weight gain, infertility, low thyroid and varicose veins which will lead to rapid weight gain.

If you would like to find out if you have estrogen dominance symptoms then here are the most common symptoms:

-Unexplained weight gain
-Mood swings and depression
-Varicose veins
-Variations and skipped cycles
-Breast tenderness
-Breast cancer and pre-cancerous conditions
-Cyclic insomnia and night sweats or fatigue
-Excessive blood flow during periods


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Should you get on or off Bio-identical Hormones (HRT)?

The answer is not with yes or no kind of answer, a government study about hormone replacement therapy (HTR) have made it clear that it has side effects which can leads to many health risks in the long term. Since then, millions of women have stopped taking HRT.


Understanding The Human Hormones
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Here is a list of all types of human hormones and their importance on our body.

  • Steroid hormone:
    Steroidogenesis is the natural steroid hormones which are generally synthesized from cholesterol in the gonads and adrenal glands and they are forms of hormones lipids.

  • Thyroid hormones:

    The thyroid hormones, triiodothyronine (T3) and its prohormone, thyroxine (T4), are tyrosine-based hormones are usually produced by the thyroid gland.

  • Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy:
    Hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), also known as bioidentical hormone therapy or natural hormone therapy, is a term referring to the use of hormones.

  • Sex steroid:
    considered “male sex hormones“, since they have masculinizing effects, while estrogens and progestogens are considered “female sex hormones“.

  • Desiccated thyroid extract:
    This product is sometimes referred to as “natural thyroid”, “natural thyroid hormones“, thyroid USP or thyroid BP.

  • Natural Bodybuilding Hormone:
    Natural Bodybuilding hormone is a hormone that helps bodybuilders optimize their training, diet and rest regimes to maximize natural anabolic hormone production, thereby accelerating recovery and increasing hypertrophy.

  • Growth hormone:
    Between all the growth hormone different species, only human and monkeys have significant effects on the growth hormone receptor.

  • Hormone replacement therapy:
    Hormone replacement therapy is a hormone that substitutes the naturally occurring hormones. Common forms of hormone replacement therapy include: Hormone replacement.

  • Environmental hormones:
    Environmental hormones are chemical compounds that resemble endocrine hormones. They may be either of natural origin, such as phytoestrogens, or of synthetic.

  • Prenatal hormones and sexual orientation:
    The hormonal theory of sexuality holds that, just as exposure to certain hormones plays a role in fetal sex differentiation such exposure which is also an influence.

  • Hormonal contraception:
    Hormonal contraception refers to birth control methods that act on the endocrine system. Almost all methods are composed of steroid hormones.

  • Tropic hormone:
    Tropic hormones are hormones that have other endocrine glands as their target. Most tropic hormones are produced and secreted.


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