Healthy Postnatal Estrogen levels are essential for mental focus and postpartum sex drive.

While postnatal low estrogen is normal, if estrogen is very low, sex will be painful due to vulvovaginal dryness.

Need vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients to improve hormone balance and recover postpartum. Even more for postnatal energy and milk supply if you breastfeeding. Imbalance between estrogen and progesterone can negatively impact health in numerous ways.
After delivery, and until the woman starts menstruating again (usually inhibited during breastfeeding) levels of progesterone (as well as estrogen) are super low, and this may have a lot to do with post-partum depression.
Estrogen also has other functions:
  • Keeps cholesterol in control

  • Protects bone health for both women and men

  • Affects your brain (including mood), bones, heart, skin, and other tissues.

Women's Health

How to naturally raise your Estrogen:

  • Lose the coffee, it increases cortisol and will encourage belly fat. Use alternatives as herbal beverage.

  • Cut the sugar where you can – it’s inflaming your body, inflammation will reduce the potential for both healing and fat loss – alcohol counts as sugar….consume wisely.

  • Protein at every meal – it’s vital for tissue recovery.

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  • Try eating pomegranate, great source of antioxidants, support brain health, high in iron and fight cells damage.

  • Go gluten free (gluten sensitivity is linked to reduced ovarian reserve.)

  • Avoid hormone disruptors in plastics, use recycle bags or boxes to transport our food.

  • Add 2 tbsp of Flaxseed per day, good source of omega 3 and high in fiber improve digestive health or relieve constipation.

  • Choose anti-oxidant rich berries as your ‘fruit of choice’.



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