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Hidden Hormone Disrupters in your Kitchen

Hidden Hormone Disrupters in your Kitchen

Are bloating, acne, cramps and mood changes making you dread each monthly cycle?

You're not alone.

In fact, many women try to manipulate their hormones and cycles every month instead of balancing and regulating their system naturally. They don't solve the real problem - Hormone imbalance.

Hidden hormone disruptors are right in your kitchen.

Keep your food clean, a wise friend once advised. Sounds like a no-brainer, right?

Unfortunately, it's not that easy.

Let's say you like chicken. Great. You buy organic... that's better than non-organic. BUT, organic chickens are still raised on feed. The feed that chickens receive contains soy which contains phytoestrogens. Phytoestrogens sit on the receptor sites of your cells...blocking your body's real estrogen from entering your cell, which means your production of estradiol (a primary hormone) slows down. Too much or too little Estradiol, and your entire body is out of whack.

Soy is hiding everywhere.

Soy is found in more than 60% of processed foods! Textured soy protein (50-70% soy protein) is a meat substitute found in hot dogs, hamburgers, sausages and other meat products while soy protein isolate (90% soy protein) is used to enrich energy bars, sports drinks, infant formula, cereals, granola bars, imitation dairy products, ice cream, cheese and even doughnuts.

OK! No soy, you say!

You may still be exposed to 168 chemicals a day!

A recent study revealed that women use on average 12 personal care or cosmetic products a day and that those products contain as many as 168 different chemicals.

Even though they're low doses, the cumulative effect eventually puts your body out of balance.

In fact, when teenagers were evaluated for the presence of chemicals in their bodies, 16 different hormone-altering chemicals were discovered, including phthalates and parabens!

How do we help prevent this from happening and balance our hormones?

The first step is to minimize disruptors like soy products, but we also recommend taking a supplement like Femmenessence MacaHarmony to naturally balance hormones. Femmenessence MacaHarmony doesn't introduce any hormones into your body. Instead, it works at the source... your hypothalamus... to safely help support your body's own production of all hormones.

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