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Meet estrogen (or Oestrogen for my North American friends), a females dominate hormone. This hormone controls, contributes and governs a lot of action within the body, including supporting a healthy menstrual cycle. While it’s our most dominate hormone it’s also often our most imbalanced hormone too.
In this episode I’m joined by Functional Nutritionist Tara Thorne to clearly guide us through an understanding of what exactly Oestrogen / Estrogen is and just how we can achieve a healthy hormone balance.
Meet Our Podcast Guest:
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Tara is a Functional Nutritionist and a Certified Functional Nutrition Coach and a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner. She also has training from the Institute for Functional Medicine, specifically in hormones and is an expert at interpreting the DUTCH comprehensive hormone test the GI MAP test and the HTMA test. Tara is consistently upgrading her knowledge and is seldom – if ever – without a course or diploma of some sort on the go.
Tara’s practice focuses on helping busy women navigate the overwhelm and confusion surrounding how to live healthfully in a hectic world by providing evidenced-based functional nutrition and lifestyle strategies. She is a mum of two, an entrepreneur and a writer who has written for publications around the globe with a specific focus on health and wellness. She runs her business online in order to help as many women as possible live the lives they deserve, not ones fraught with health imbalances and all the problems that come along with them. Her own struggles with hormone imbalance were what lead her on this path and are why she’s able to understand and empathize with the struggles of the modern day woman.
- What is oestrogen?
- Importance of metabolising oestrogen
- Nutrients needed to make oestrogen
- Health checks for maintaining hormone health
- Signs of oestrogen dominance
- How oestrogen dominance affects our cycle health
- How to support a healthy balance of oestrogen
Connect with our Guest:Website: tarathornenutrition.com Instagram: @tarathornehealth
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Get connected, listen to your body and remember; body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.