Estrogen: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
Understanding estrogen, the good, the bad and the ugly can be complex. Both men and women produce the hormone, estrogen. Women naturally have higher levels due to their reproductive organs and for the purpose of procreation. It is the primary source of women’s sex hormones and is mostly responsible for our reproductive health. Our bodies make these “good” or healthy estrogens and this is completely normal. Progesterone and these “good” estrogens can help to give us energy, boost our libido and in a healthy balance protect us from certain cancers. On the flip side, there are also “bad” estrogens or xenoestrogens, a type of hormone that mimics estrogen. Our body is not sure what to do with these “bad” estrogens and begins to see them as our own. Whenever there is an excess of any hormone in our bodies, an imbalance develops and health problems can occur. This is particularly true when the body has too much “bad” estrogen. This situation is called estrogen dominance. Estrogen dominance causes can include:
- Increased exposure to xenoestrogens (found in certain plastics, beauty products, cosmetics and deodorants)
- Use of synthetic estrogens
- Poor diet and excess soy food
Xenoestrogens are found everywhere. The good news is that you can make the right health choices to positively impact your estrogen levels. It’s important to educate yourself and minimize your “bad” estrogen load. One way protect yourself from “bad” estrogen and to begin restoring function in your hormonal system is with Premier Estro Flavone. Premier Estro Flavone is a natural estrogen support formula. It features a comprehensive botanical formula that promotes healthy hormone support, especially in women. Its key benefits include:
- Natural Estrogen Support Formula
- Advanced Hormone Support for Women
- Works to detoxify bad estrogen from the body
- Contains Diindolylmethane (DIM)
Are you aware of the protective effects of natural progesterone? If you have any additional questions regarding progesterone or Premier Estro Flavone, don’t hesitate to leave a comment or contact us at 888-337-0511.
2 thoughts on “Estrogen: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly”
I am long past menopause and have been thinking of switching from Premarin to another form of estrogen. I found this to be interesting and would appreciate more information. dlf
Likely Premier Estro-Flavone along with Dr. Peat’s Progest E Replenishing Oil Complex would be a good choice, though we suggest working with your doctor or practitioner to make the best choice in your situation.