1. Episode 27 - Women's Hormone Testing + Signs of Imbalances 28:54

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Today's episode is about those all-important hormones – estrogen, progesterone and cortisol.  What it means to have too much or too little, and how they all connect.

I also break down the pros and cons of various testing methods including blood, urine and saliva testing and which is most accurate and why.

For my clients, I have procured discounts with some of these amazing testing facilities in North America, and you can go and order your own tests.  Send me a message if you wish to work with me.  

I also have a free document all on seed cycling if you want to start there to help balance hormones.  Just send me a message.


This is not medical advice and is for educational purposes only.

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Sandy Kruse Podcaster, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Certified Metabolic Balance Coach

I went back to college at 46 to do what I do now...teach others how to age better, live a healthy life through alternative means & biohacking & preferably age without disease. We are meant to live a balanced life and have fun. True wellness relates to a healthy body, mind, soul and spirit - and my expertise includes all of these important aspects to a healthy life.  The views expressed on this podcast are for educational purposes only and we are not providing medical advice. See your own practitioner on what is right for you.