May 12, 2022

Did you know that 80% of breast cancers are fueled by the hormone Estrogen?

Carrots are a source of insoluble fiber that promote gastrointestinal regularity and that decreases the opportunity of hormones and toxins to be reabsorbed. By supporting proper estrogen detoxification with insoluble fiber and other supplements, you can decrease the amount of estrogen available.

If carrots aren’t your thing, you can incorporate other foods high in insoluble fiber such as wheat bran, apples, pears (with skin on) rice, blackberries, green peas, avocados and pistachios.

How Do You Know If You Have Too Much Estrogen?

Check Your Hormone Levels with Urine and Saliva Testing!

At Magnolia Pharmacy, we use saliva and urine testing to check your hormone levels and metabolites. Symptoms of high estrogen levels include weight gain, heavy bleeding, fibrocystic breasts, fatigue, loss of sex drive, depression and anxiety.

Call us today to schedule your Hormone Consult!