Hormonal imbalance was once considered to be only a problem associated with menopausal women. However we are now seeing alarming signs of hormonal dysfunction caused by oestrogen dominance, even in children by the age of puberty, and most people today know someone with fertility issues.
In the news and media nowadays – we are finally seeing more and more evidence presented on the damaging effect of chemicals on the hormonal systems of the body. Take for instance the recent Washington University study finding that early menopause is linked with everyday chemical exposure.
Yes, hormonal disruption caused by chemicals – something we’ve been sharing about for years in the Savvy Team!
Add this evidence to that presented definitively by the World Health Organisation in the 2012 Report . . . and it’s becoming an important choice to shop for safer alternatives.
It is crucial to remember that when oestrogen is unopposed by adequate levels of progesterone, a hormone imbalance occurs causing many undesirable symptoms. Feeling unduly stressed out? Tired all the time? Depressed? Do you fly into a rage for no reason?