Introduction:Message from the author - Why are hormones a topic worth paying attention to?
Over the last century health imbalances triggered by hormone disruption, have increased so drastically thatthe related syndromes have started being classified as “normal” - cancer, reproductive disorders, thyroidimbalances, diabetes, adrenal stress, heart diseases, depression and many more. Are we actuallycomfortable with the idea that these imbalances are just a common part of life? I certainly am not! In ourrecent history, these syndromes were either unheard of or quite rare.Today, these imbalances fall under the heading “lifestyle diseases”. This term shows us that we have thepower to prevent them from being a normal part of our reality, by simply improving our lifestyles. All wehave to do is take responsibility for our own health and work with the empowering information that isavailable. As David Wolfe says, the best doctor is you!There are thousands of people that have cured themselves from “incurable diseases”. Why should we listento the deep programming of the last generation, when they are clearly more focused on our money than ourhealth. 250,000 people die each year in the United States alone, from taking the correct dosage prescriptiondrugs and more people die from chemotherapy each year than from cancer, I would be very cautious whenlooking for support from a medical professional. Personally I find those ways beyond shocking, they areclearly a product of a redundant paradigm!It is time to start trusting in the wisdom of nature and our own bodies. They have always been right in thepast, what makes now any different? The only difference is that we have to relearn how to listen. Ourbodies have been trying to communicate with us our entire lives. We are perfectly capable of listening andhearing our body’s cry for help, far before chronic illness manifests. Disease certainly doesn’t just fall fromthe sky and land on us by some unlucky fate, it takes years of compromise for the body to finally succumb toa dangerous state of being.Health is more logical and simple than many people wish to believe. Everything happens for a reason andthere is always an answer, we just have to find it.My passion for this work was ignited by years of suffering from many hormone related imbalances. I was notable to actually take life in, each day was just about surviving. Even when I found out what was causing allof my health problems, it has taken eight years to gather all the tools that I need to be able to truly live lifeto the fullest. It is clear that this information is not common knowledge, therefore combined with my passionto assist other women in avoiding living hell, I present this work to you with love.