10 Signs Your Body Has Too Much Estrogen and How to Start Flushing it Out Immediately

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Many people are paying more attention to estrogen dominance in nowadays, having in mind its influence to a health of human body. It is very important to learn about the signs and symptoms of this condition, many people wonder what to actually do if they found some of the mentioned symptoms bellows.

The list of top 10 Symptoms of Estrogen Dominance:

  1. Abnormal menstrual periods
  2. Low libido
  3. Bad PMS
  4. Fatigue
  5. Weight gain (especially hips and abs)
  6. Hair loss
  7. Brain fog
  8. Sluggish metabolism
  9. Thyroid dysfunction
  10. Trouble sleeping

Here you can find, also a simple protocol that will help you bring your hormones back into balance:

–           Step 1: Remove Xenoestrogens

The industrialization and new innovations in technology, unfortunately, has brought plenty of side-effects due to the harmful chemical compounds enter into our day-to-day routine. Here we will be focusing on a chemical compound called a “xenoestrogen,” which can imitate estrogen in the body.

On the list of the top offenders to avoid from your daily routine are:

–           Plastic water bottles

–           Cosmetics, makeup and toiletries

–           Plastic Tupperware

–           Tap water

–           Non-organic dairy, produce

–           Dryer sheets

–           BPA cans

–           Soy protein isolate

–           Birth control pill

            Step 2: Ensure Efficient Elimination

Removing the excess estrogen from your body sometimes can be difficult, especially if you’re chronically constipated. In such a cases estrogen isn’t going anywhere, as it will re-enter the bloodstream and circulating in your body, can cause problems. So scientists found that this step is crucial before beginning to take liver and estrogen detoxification.

Having regular daily bowel movements is very important in this process, if not, try out the following tips:

–           Drink 2-3L of water per day

–           Eat probiotic foods (sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir, miso, plain yogurt)

–           Consume vegetables at each meal

–           Add fiber to your daily oatmeal and smoothie

–           Supplement with magnesium citrate to promote bowel movements

In addition, support elimination by doing next:

  • To support the lungs take deep breaths
  • Eliminate toxins through the skin, by sweating through the exercises or sitting in a sauna
  • Go for a massage to support the lymph
  • Use a dry skin brush to remove dead skin cells

Step 3: Support Estrogen Detoxification and Liver Health


The liver is the most important part of the human body that helps you remove excess estrogen.

In Phase I (detoxification), the liver turns harmful estrogen intro minor, weaker forms of estrogen).

In Phase II, the liver turns that estrogen into a water-soluble form, which is excreted through urine and stool.

As supporting Phase I and Phase II detoxification is crucial, you should know when that it is not possible:

–           If other chemicals are competing for liver function i.e. junk food,  drugs, alcohol,

–           If the liver is not getting the nutrients

What measures you can do to support liver function:

–           Avoid processed food

–           Avoid overeating

–           Avoid alcohol abuse

–           Drink plenty of clean, filtered water

–           Get foods that support liver functions:

  • Beets, dark leafy greens, dandelion greens, onions, artichoke, garlic, leeks, eggs, shallots etc.)

–           Use Supplement with botanicals that support liver functioning:

  • dandelion root, milk thistle, Oregon grape root, barberry, rosemary, gentian, ginger, liquorice, red clover, wild yam, burdock

–           Supplement with nutrients that support detoxification:

  • Vitamins B6, B12 and Folic Acid
  • A hormone balancing formula (Calcium-D-Glucarate, DIM, Indole-3-Carbinol, sulforaphane)

Source: theheartysoul.com