10 Signs Your Body Has Too Much Estrogen And How To Start Flushing it Out Immediately

Actually, estrogen dominance is quite common and it’s important for those suffering from it to know the signs and symptoms and what steps to take in connection with the condition.

Before we reveal the one simple, yet effective, protocol that will help balance your hormones, we list the most common signs of estrogen dominance:

  1. – Abnormal menstrual periods
  2. – Bad PMS (headaches, mood swings, tender/swollen breasts)
  3. – fatigue
  4. – weight gain (especially around hips and abs)
  5. – hair loss
  6. – sluggish metabolism
  7. – trouble sleeping
  8. – brain fogginess
  9. – Low libido
  10. – thyroid dysfunction

Steps to restore a healthy hormonal balance:

  1. Eliminate Xenoestrogens

We are constantly exposed to various chemicals nowadays, one of which is ‘xenoestrogen’, which can actually mimic estrogen in your body.  To avoid these negative effects, the following offenders should be avoided:

  • Plastic water bottles
  • Tap water
  • BPA cans
  • Plastic Tupperware
  • Cosmetics, makeup, toiletries
  • Non-organic dairy products
  • Dryer sheets
  • Birth control pill
  • Soy protein isolate
  1. Efficient elimination

This means making sure you have regular bowel movements, which is essential for removing estrogen and preventing its re-entry into the bloodstream, which may happen in cases of chronic constipation.  In the case of not going regularly, or even if you are, you should:

  • Consume more fiber-rich foods
  • Consume vegetables with every meal
  • Drink 2 to 3 liters of water every day
  • Increase intake of probiotics such as yogurt, defer, miso, tempeh
  • Take a supplement with magnesium citrate or triphala to promote bowel movements

In addition, to further help the elimination of waste and toxins from the body, you should:

  • Stimulate sweating by exercising or going to a sauna
  • Support lungs by breathing deeply
  • Support the lymph by massaging your body
  • Eliminate dead skin cells by using a dry skin brush
  1. Improve liver health and estrogen detoxification


Estrogen can be removed effectively by a liver that is functioning properly.  First the liver turns that harmful estrogen into a milder and weaker form and then converts it into a form that is water-soluble and can be eliminated through stool or urine.

Sometimes, however, the liver cannot fulfill its function because it may lack important nutrients or be overburdened with certain chemicals which have accumulated as a result of consuming processed foods, drugs and alcohol.

To support proper functioning of the liver, you should:

  • Eat a real, whole foods diet
  • Avoid overeating
  • Stop drinking alcohol
  • Drink plenty of filtrated water
  • Consume foods that support your liver health, such as garlic, onions, beets, kale, dandelion greens, eggs, dark leafy greens, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, artichoke, leeks, shallots, etc.)
  • Take B vitamins (especially B6, B12 and folic acid) in addition to some hormone-balancing formula containing one (or all) of the following: DIM, Calcium D-Glucarate, Indole 3 Carbinol, sulforaphane
  • Use botanical supplements that help improve liver functioning, such as dandelion root, rosemary, red clover, burdock, barberry, milk thistle, gentian, licorice, ginger, wild yam, Oregon grape root.

To kick start the metabolism and improve overall health through energizing and detoxifying your body, you could also try some detox program with medicinal herbs that are 100% USDA organic as well as laxative-free, like milk thistle (improves liver detoxification), dandelion root, yerba mate, and matcha (energizes the body) or valerian root and passion flower (relaxes and soothes anxiety).

Source: theheartysoul.com

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