10 Easy Tips to Balance Hormones Naturally

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When it comes to health, hormones and gut microbiome play a big role. Even if everything else is dialed in, these factors can destroy health. On the flip side, regulating hormones and fixing our gut can do a lot to boost health. Even if your supplements and diet aren’t optimal. There are even studies about using certain hormone reactions to treat brain trauma!

Here’s how to balance hormones the natural way.

Why Hormones Matter

If you doubt the power of hormones to affect everything from mood to weight, to breast health, ask the nearest pregnant woman if she’s noticed any difference in these areas. Or ask the nearest 13-year-old girl… carefully…

What factor contributes to weight gain during pregnancy? Hormone balance. What causes weight fluctuations, bloating, and other health symptoms throughout the month? Hormones. What’s a huge contributing factor of growth in children? Hormones.

Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance

When it comes to losing weight or improving health, what do we focus on? Calories, micronutrients, or diets. If you have symptoms like fatigue, PMS, PCOS, or infertility, you’ll find balancing hormones is vital for recovery. Here are some other signs you’re dealing with a hormonal issue:

  • Hot flashes during menopause or perimenopause
  • Mood swings
  • Fluctuating blood sugar levels or high insulin levels
  • Insulin resistance
  • Menstrual cycle symptoms like painful cramps or irritability
  • Weight gain or obesity
  • Lack of sex drive
  • High-stress levels (which also affects cortisol levels)
  • Hair loss or hair growth in unwanted areas (like facial hair in women)

It’s All About the Hormones

Hormones are the body’s chemical messengers. They travel in the bloodstream to tissues and organs and affect many different processes. Everything from metabolism to sexual function, mood, and much more.

Endocrine glands, which are special groups of cells, make hormones. The major endocrine glands are the pituitary, pineal, thymus, thyroid, adrenal glands, and pancreas. Additionally, men produce sex hormones in their testes and women produce them in their ovaries.

Our adrenal glands can really take a beating in modern society. Chronic stress, not enough sleep, and busy schedules trigger excess cortisol. This leads to insulin resistance, belly fat, and other health conditions.

It’s a complex process, but hormone production depends on beneficial fats and cholesterol. When we don’t have enough of these dietary factors it can cause hormone problems. The body doesn’t have the building blocks it needs (fats) to make hormones.

Phytoestrogens and toxins that mimic these building blocks or hormones themselves are also a problem. The body can try to make hormones using the wrong building materials. Estrogen dominance anyone?

Many people start eating a healthy diet and exercising but still can’t lose the weight. After talking with many of them it seems the underlying common factor is hormone imbalance.

I’ve written about Leptin and thyroid hormones before. These are a small piece in the complicated hormone system in the body. Female hormones have their own considerations. In a given day or month, a woman’s body will have fluctuations in hormones like estrogen, progesterone, cortisol, and thyroid hormones, to name a few.

How to Balance Hormones Naturally

The endocrine system is complex and we’ll probably never completely understand it. However, there are basic things you can do for overall health to help create hormone balance.

1. Eat Enough Healthy Fats

Our bodies aren’t made to eat man-made fats from vegetable oils. Most of the fat in our body is made up of saturated fats. Only 3% comes from polyunsaturated fats, aka Omega-3 and Omega-6 fats. Ideally, we need a balanced ratio of omega fatty acids for our well-being.

Seed-based vegetable oils, like canola and soy, are really high in Omega-6 fatty acids. Modern diets have replaced traditional fats like butter and olive oil with processed vegetable oils. This is one reason why many don’t get enough high-quality Omega-3 fatty acids from their diet. On the other hand, seed cycling is one way to balance hormones.

These healthy fats are vital for proper cell function and especially for hormone function. They’re literally the building blocks for hormone production. When we don’t give the body adequate amounts of these fats, it uses what’s available, relying on lower-quality polyunsaturated fats.

Polyunsaturated fats are less stable and oxidize easily in the body. This can lead to inflammation and mutations in the body. Emerging evidence suggests this inflammation can occur in arteries, potentially increasing clogged arteries. The problem extends to skin and reproductive cells. These may be connected to polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and other hormone problems.

Healthy fats, saturated fats included, are vital for hormone health. As this article explains the loss of saturated fatty acids in our immune cells causes a decline in white blood cell function.

For this reason, fats like coconut oil can be amazing for hormone health. It helps us make hormones, can aid in weight loss, and reduce inflammation. You can even blend it into coffee or tea.

Other healthy fats include:

  • Avocados and avocado oil
  • Animal fats from grass-fed meat, pastured eggs, and raw dairy
  • Butter and ghee
  • Tallow and lard
  • Olive oil
  • Seafood for Omega-3s

2. Limit Caffeine

I love coffee, but too much caffeine can wreak havoc on the endocrine system. Especially if there are other hormone stressors, like pregnancy, toxins, or stress. It can also further tax our adrenal glands, which are responsible for releasing stress hormones.

Cut back on coffee if you can or replace it with beneficial herbal teas. My favorite coffee brand has a healthy decaf option that also tastes amazing! There are also some great mushroom coffee options with stress-relieving adaptogens mixed in.

If you do still want some coffee, use it as a way to sneak some healthy fats in. I’ll add some coconut oil to my coffee and blend for a healthier version of a latte!

3. Avoid Harmful Chemicals

Harmful chemicals from pesticides, plastics, household cleaners, and even mattresses can contain hormone disrupting chemicals. They can mimic hormones in the body and keep it from making real hormones. Things like hormonal birth control can (obviously) do the same thing.

If you’re struggling with hormonal imbalance or infertility, avoiding these chemicals is important! Opt for glass or non-toxic metal pans and skip the Teflon and most non-stick coatings. Avoid heating or storing foods in plastic. Find organic foods (or grow your own!) whenever possible. And of course, skip the pesticides and toxic cleaners.

Here are some more tips for avoiding indoor toxins:

Beauty products are another big source of toxins for many people. There are tens of thousands of chemicals in the personal care products we encounter daily. And most haven’t been tested for long-term safety. Avoiding these products can make a tremendous difference in achieving hormone balance.

Start by making simple switches like homemade deodorant or homemade lotion. There’s even DIY makeup if you’re feeling adventurous. Check out my full index of natural beauty recipes here.

4. Prioritize Sleep

I can’t emphasize this one enough! Without adequate sleep, hormones will not be in balance. Period. While this has often been a struggle for me I’ve been able to really dial in my sleep with the below tips.

When we’re asleep our body is busy removing toxins, recharging the mind, and creating hormones. Just one night of missed sleep can create the hormone levels of a pre-diabetic. Try some of these tips to help improve sleep:

Better Sleep Tips

  • Improve your sleep environment – Remove artificial light, use blackout curtains, and create a quiet space. Choose a non-toxic mattress and sheets.
  • Sleep cool – We actually sleep better if we’re in cooler temps. This bed cooling system creates your perfect sleep temp. It’s one of the best things I’ve ever done for my sleep!
  • Daily routine – Create a daily routine to help support your natural circadian rhythms. Wake up and go to bed at the same time, even on weekends to keep your hormone cycle regular.
  • Protein and fats – Eat a high protein/high fat snack 3-4 hours before bed or at dinner. If you have trouble falling asleep, try these four tricks.
  • Morning Sunlight – Getting natural sunlight outside is key for setting circadian and hormonal rhythms for the day. Natural light boosts serotonin and cortisol levels to balance nighttime melatonin.
  • Ditch artificial light Avoid artificial light as much as possible after the sun goes down. Use night mode on electronic devices to reduce blue light and help you sleep better. I also turn off the overhead lights and have lamps with red lights.
  • Hydrate – Drink enough water during the day. Stop drinking about 2 hours before bed so you don’t have to wake up to use the bathroom.
  • Salt bath – Take a soothing salt bath about an hour before bed with some relaxing music or a great book.
  • Breathe – Pray, meditate, use journaling, or find a way to reduce stress. Get a massage or stretch before bed.

5. Supplement Wisely

Unfortunately, we live in a world where food is often depleted of nutrients due to over-farming. ur water is often contaminated with chemicals. Even the air can have compounds that cause havoc in the body.

Ideally, we’d get all of our nutrition from food and get enough vitamin D from the sun every day. Since this rarely happens supplements are sometimes needed. I’ve shared what supplements I regularly take, but here are some more options for hormone balance.

Be sure to check with your healthcare practitioner before starting new supplements. Especially if you’re on medications or contraceptives.

Maca Root

This powerful adaptogen has a long history of use in places like Peru. Women often see improvements in fertility, less PMS symptoms, and healthier skin and hair. In men, it can help with sperm production, testosterone levels, and muscle composition.

Maca is a good source of minerals and essential fatty acids to support hormone balance. You can get it in powder form or capsules. It easily blends into smoothies, tea, or coffee. Maca should be discontinued during pregnancy.


Magnesium is vital for hundreds of functions within the human body. Many of us are deficient in this master mineral (here’s how to tell if you are). There are several different ways to get Magnesium, but a combination of topical and oral magnesium works best to boost levels.

Vitamin D and Omega-3s

I try to eat lots of healthy seafood, like sardines, for Omega-3s. You can also supplement with good quality fish oil. Vitamin D is a pre-hormone we need for hormone function. The sun is the best source, but you can also use a D3 supplement.

Gelatin and Collagen

These are a great source of minerals and necessary amino acids. Gelatin and collagen support hormone production and digestive health in various ways. Gelatin powder can actually “gel” and is useful in recipes like homemade jello and probiotic marshmallows. Collagen doesn’t gel but is easily added to soups, smoothies, coffee, or any other food.

Natural Progesterone Cream

PMS and menstrual troubles are often linked to specific hormone imbalances. Especially for those with short cycles or a short second phase of their cycle (ovulation through the start of menses), progesterone can be the issue. Sometimes just adding natural progesterone cream can greatly reduce symptoms.

If you do opt for hormone replacement therapy be sure to choose a good brand. It should only be used from ovulation through menses. Check with a doctor or professional before using any hormone supplement.

6. Exercise The Right Way

If you’re struggling with hormone imbalance, intense cardio can make it worse. This further stresses the adrenals and releases more stress hormones. Sleep is much more important, at least during the balancing phase. Focus on relaxing exercises like walking or swimming and avoid extended running and cardio.

I like rebounding, which is great gentle exercise and has additional health benefits. Yoga and gentle bodyweight exercises are also great options.

While extended cardio can be bad, short bursts of heavy lifting (kettlebells, deadlifts, squats, lunges) can be beneficial. These trigger a cascade of beneficial hormone reactions. Aim for a few sets (5-7) at a weight that really challenges you. Make sure to get help with form and training if you haven’t done these before as bad form can be harmful.

7. Consider Adding Herbs

Certain herbs and plants can also help the body bring hormones into balance. Of course, it’s important to talk to a doctor before taking these. Especially if you’re on hormonal contraceptives or other medications. Some herbs I’ve used are:

  • Vitex– Nourishes the pituitary gland and helps lengthen the luteal phase. It lowers prolactin and raises progesterone. For some women, this alone will improve symptoms.
  • Red Raspberry Leaf– A well know fertility herb that’s also helpful in reducing PMS and cramping. It has a high nutrient profile and is especially high in calcium and is a uterine tonic. You can get it in capsules, but it makes an excellent tea.
  • Adaptogens– Herbs that help the body handle stress and support the adrenals. They’re a natural way to work toward hormone balance for many people.

8. Support Digestive Health

Our digestion impacts hormones more than we realize. Not only is it a source of vital neurotransmitters, but an imbalance can translate to a hormone imbalance. We need serotonin, a neurotransmitter for sleep and stress balance. Serotonin is more concentrated in the gut than the brain! 70% of our immune system is in the gut and it’s the motherboard of our bodily functions. Even thyroid health is linked to gut health.

What Hippocrates knew thousands of years ago seems just as true today… that “all disease begins in the gut.” Those who struggle with gut problems may have trouble ever achieving hormone balance without first addressing gut health.

Many programs and diet experts recommend getting fiber from whole grains. These aren’t the best option when trying to heal gut flora though. Dark leafy greens however provide fiber, supply calcium, and help with healthy estrogen levels. If you’re struggling with thyroid issues, be sure to cook them first.

This is the most comprehensive program I’ve seen for addressing gut health issues.

9. Fix Your Leptin

Leptin is a master hormone. When leptin’s out of balance or if you’re resistant to it, no other hormones will balance well. If someone is overweight and really craving the carbs, then they’re likely leptin resistant. Fixing leptin will also help boost fertility, make weight loss easier, improve sleep, and lower inflammation. Dr. Jack Kruse, a neurosurgeon, has a whole system for getting leptin into balance.

10. Continue With a Hormone-Balancing Diet

This isn’t a one and done diet! The ideas above need to be part of a whole lifestyle change to keep hormones in balance. Take it from a recovering perfectionist, though… baby steps are just fine!

Once you master these tips (or even just a few of them) make the changes stick. Support your body with a whole foods, hormone-friendly diet. For in-depth guidance, I recommend my friend Magdalena Wszelaki’s Cooking for Balance course. It’s targeted help that leads you through every (baby) step of the process.

Bottom Line on Hormone Balance

Balancing your hormones can seem like a daunting process, but the small changes add up. Thanks to all the toxins around us it’s an ongoing process. With the right steps though hormone balance is achievable.

This article was medically reviewed by Dr. Scott Soerries, MD, Family Physician, and Medical Director of SteadyMD. As always, this is not personal medical advice and we recommend that you talk with your doctor.

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About Katie Wells

Katie Wells, CTNC, MCHC, Founder of Wellness Mama and Co-founder of Wellnesse, has a background in research, journalism, and nutrition. As a mom of six, she turned to research and took health into her own hands to find answers to her health problems. WellnessMama.com is the culmination of her thousands of hours of research and all posts are medically reviewed and verified by the Wellness Mama research team. Katie is also the author of the bestselling books The Wellness Mama Cookbook and The Wellness Mama 5-Step Lifestyle Detox.


520 responses to “10 Easy Tips to Balance Hormones Naturally”

  1. Robun Avatar

    Just signed on with you and have enjoyed all the information and blogs. I am about to turn 60 and have lost all sex drive and the dryness from hardly any estrogen in body. I have tried estrogen vagunal supplements and they do not work. Genetic high blood pressure and cholesterol issues plague me, but under control. I am a coconut oil user and overall, a healthy eater. Any suggestions on the above issue, will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, a Kentucky girl by birth and formative years, and a Florida beach bum now….. Robin

  2. Emilia Avatar

    Hi! Do you have any tips on how to get your period to start. I havn’t had my period for 4 months. I eat a lot of nuts, avocados and coconut oil, I do also eat fish once or twice a week. I used to take maca powder, but stopped because I heard that it may be the cause my period stopped. Please answer I would be gratefull

    1. julie Avatar

      How old are you that your period stopped. Most peril-menopausal woman enjoy the break they get from no periods…… less anemia….

      I am 47 and after having heavy short cycles for the last 2-3 years I recently have had long 2-3 months of no periods and feel fabulous…. never felt better….Can’t wait for it to stop altogether……

      I have an under active thyroid gland that I treat naturally with thyroid hormone periodically… not using an endocrinologist or a gp as they just like throwing a pill at the problem. Yes I have weight gain but I also don’t exercise the way I did in my 20’s….

      Diet and exercise is the key to all health and wellbeing ……and stay away from the pesticides and herbicides as they are slowly killing us all….

  3. Becca Avatar

    Thanks for this post. I’m going to look into possibly trying Maca Powder and Gelatin. I’m currently taking Metagenics Estrovera for PMS symptoms (it does help too). It’s made of rhubarb root.

  4. Kristin Avatar

    Thank you for these great suggestions! I agree that I need to put a little more gelatin in more diet for hormone health. I was wondering on the caffeine suggestion – what would you say the upper limit would be for optimizing hormones? I recently switched to full-caffeine so that I can do a cup with butter and MCT oil and then I have 1-2 more cups with cream. I have explored doing decaf (water-processed, organic), not consuming coffee and drinking dandy blend, etc. I am not sure I have ever noticed a difference in my hormones with any of these adjustments and what level you would cut-out the caffeine.

  5. Janet Mckelvy Avatar
    Janet Mckelvy

    My grandfather never ate his biscuit with his breakfast. He ate it as dessert. He would make layers of biscuit, then butter and pour coffee over it and eat it with a spoon. The biscuit was made with lard, and the butter they made themselves from the milk of their grass fed cows. I always thought this was so very unhealthy, but I guess it turns out to be not so bad.

  6. shikira clare Avatar
    shikira clare

    I used to be a thoroughly researched health warrior in my 20’s and 30’s, but now at 42 I have reached the conclusion that even the ‘good stuff’ can pose a health risk if you fixate too readily on certain foods, vitamins and more.

    I am just starting to enter the menopause phase of my life and have the most henious of food cravings that other contributors to this article response have generously added their own experiences. The best way to think about food whilst hormone inducing hunger pangs begin kicking the gut for more, to realise that food just as air and water are all fluctating energies, our bodies need to fit in with a routine with this.

    I have discovered that eating at 9am, 2pm, 5pm and 7pm – your body prefers this far better than a mega lunch and tea (with or without breakfast). Boiled or poached eggs and toast are a brilliant way to start the day as well as porridge rather than hollow cereals – you need to feel fullest at the start of the day and not at end of it, which is the key to controlling weight on the whole. It will stop incessant food cravings in the day if you eat breakfast and so please do try it out if you aren’t already to see I am telling the truth.

    Another thing I have discovered is that drinking fluids (excessively), simply adds to weight and bloating. The most hydrating nourishment for the body is raw bell pepper and cucmber slices – mix these with nuts and raisons if you want, and your body will eliminate its own excess fluids and toxins naturally – beverages of all kinds are essential to aid digestion and rid the body of toxins, yet not if you consume more than a few pints a day – with or without plastic bottle toxins added.

    Beetroot – even if it is vinegared variety, Lambs Liver, Spinnach (uncooked) and sweet potato with say mashed carrot, I can’t recommend enough and a glass of Dandelion and Burdock at least twice a week.

    No vitamins necessary unless you are recommended them by a GP.

  7. Sara Avatar

    Hi. Do you see any problem with taking maca considering the dangers of too much estrogen for women? I started taking maca without knowing for sure whether I really needed it to help control breakouts and period symptoms. Now I’ve developed a small lump in my armpit and had to go for an ultrasound and mammogram to rule out breast cancer (which does not run in my family). I’m 34 and was only on bc for ten years and have nursed for a total of 5 years (which helps to lower your risk of getting breast cancer). Just wondering what your thoughts are on that.

  8. Elizabeth Avatar

    So glad to come across this blog. I have had 4 surgeries for fibroid and ovarian cyst at the same time. The last time was 2014 30th March. I am now 43years with issues from blocked tubes though I lost the left o vary from one of the cysts. I have been experiencing constantly dizziness on a daily basis, palpitations, anxiety, joints and body aches, memory loss or concentration which I have done all investigations like MR I, CT Scan for the brain, all investigations for the heart from different Doctor’s and hospitals to rule out heart diseases and all came out negative. No cholesterol, diabetes, etc.

    I have visited two gynaecologists and after several scan, it says another fibroid and ovarian cyst please I don’t want to go to the same surgery what is the natural solution and I have suddenly loose my hair am going bald and ma skin is getting wrinkles.

    Lately i ran some samples and seems to have less estrogen, from April to June have had 4 menstrual cycles. Only. The dizziness and pounding heart is so bad feels like won’t see the next morning.

    What’s the best natural remedy? I was given some birth control pills but prefer natural remedies and what is the diet to stick to.

  9. Liz Evans Avatar
    Liz Evans

    Hello Katie,
    I would like to know if Safflower oil is healthy ??
    Thank you.

  10. Alexandra Avatar

    This would go for males, too, wouldn’t it? I have a 13-year-old son on the autism spectrum and he’s been having nasty outbursts at school, and I wonder if it’s hormones.

    I plan on doing what was described above. He goes to the chiropractor. I’m also seriously considering homeschooling since the school is trying to push drugs on him.

  11. LAM Avatar


    Can you please post the links to your references please, I’d like to read the research.

    Thank you

  12. Stacey Avatar

    I’ve struggled with facial hair, the inability to significantly and comfortably gain weight and keep it on, and recently an influx of bumps on my skin particularly on my upper body – shoulders, arms, chest and back. You article has been very helpful and I’m hoping to begin working on these as soon as possible. Fingers crossed I’ll be able to report back with some success.

  13. Jessica Avatar

    My name is Jessica. I have taken birth control pretty much all my life. I have been on it and off it and never had a issue until now. After my second child I decided to get a tubal ligation and therefore I no longer needed to take the pill. Well after about a year I started having weird symptoms. Black hair growing on my chin. hair loss, no energy. Etc. I was tested and it came back that my ovary hormone was to high. So I was placed back on the pill to regulate my hormones. After a year of being on orthotyicyclen I was having issues with my heart beating out of rhythm and went to the hospital a few times because of my heart racing. I was also having issues with my blood sugar. I got off the pills to try and help that. Now I have been off the pills for about 3 months and feel like I’m losing my mind!!!! I have the worst periods. No really cramping bad but I spot and bleed separately. I have days were I cry uncontrollably. No sex drive, then major sex drive. “My poor husband” I feel so bad because I can’t explain to help why I am acting so crazy. Gained almost 20 + pounds. The list go on and on. I feel miserable. I started my period about a week ago. I spotted for about 5 mins. Then didn’t bleed for 4 days. Now the flood gates have opened. I feel week and fuzzy. Like I can’t think straight. I took Midol but no relief. I’m extremely tired today and thought about going home from work because I feel just that bad. I have extremely bad acne now. It’s horrible. Cyst like bumps that really hurt and last for days. I really want my body to regulate and stay off the pills and do it the natural way. But I don’t really know how. Any suggestions???? Any tips to help me while I go through this?

  14. Amy Avatar

    This article is really great, and really helpful. I am 20yrs old and suffering with endometriosis type symptoms but cannot find a doctor that is particularly helpful and because I am renting and studying I cannot really afford to see a naturopath. I have no conformation of this condition so it is possible it is simply a hormone imbalance without the endometriosis, but either way it is painful, stressful and traumatic. I am trying to find anything I can use to help myself become well and found this article very thorough. Does large amounts of blood loss have anything to do with hormones, and can it be altered? I have developed an iron deficiency because of blood loss and am taking supplements in tablet form and trying to increase my intake of red meat, which is hard when it is expensive, and also seems to have adverse effects on my skin, which I have had acne problems with for eight years now.
    The iron I have to take sporadically because it can affect my digestion if I take it every day as is recommended.
    I have been on contraceptive for my acne for six months about a year ago and went off it when i realised that for it to work I would be on it for the rest of my life. Contraceptive is the only option that doctors are now giving me for my cycle problems and I do not want it.

  15. Ali Avatar

    Katie –
    I lost my period about 4 years ago due to 35lbs rapid weight loss and strenuous dieting. I was put on birth control about two years ago to regain cycle. On the pill, it was never normal, and I would have cycles that lasted 7-21 days of super light bleeding. A little over a year ago I developed panic attacks so severe I had to stop going to school and move home. I went to acupuncture to tame the anxiety, it worked… for a little bit. I went off the pill in July trying to remove all prescriptions from my daily ritual. About two weeks after stopping the pill, I gained ten pounds. No matter what I did, I would not lose this weight and still have not been able to get rid of it. AND still no period! I am at a healthy weight, so I do not understand what is going on. My doctor’s want to put me on the pill again, but I would honestly rather die…
    I started taking vitex at an extremely low dose about three weeks ago (50 mg), and it did nothing. I upped my dose last Monday to 450 mg. I noticed some benefits right away (better mood, less anxiety, more female discharge, cramping…) but all these changes stopped about two days ago. So I’m wondering if I should implement Maca, I’m just concerned with further weight gain (I have read many reviews stating that they experienced 5-10 lbs increase when adding maca to their diet).
    Any help at all would be so great, I really want to get my period back and lose the 10lbs of fat that is hanging around my gut right now…

  16. Nichole Avatar

    Will following these steps possibly help me conceive? My husband and I have been trying for a while now and got excited when I was late only to have our hopes crushed when I was informed that I was not pregnant but have a hormonal imbalance and was told I need to either get hormone shots or find a way to get my hormones back in balance. I am willing to do whatever it takes to be able to feel the joy of being a mother please help anyway you can

  17. Kari Avatar

    I had ordered before from the other maca company you had linked to before. I forgot their name when wanting to order again, and I noticed that you changed the company you linked to. I know the prior company had a lot of issues with supply and therefore price inflation, but I was just wondering what the story was with this new company, Mighty Maca? Why did you choose it? Does it help as much as the add on the sight says in your experience? Just wondering, since I didn’t see a blog about the change over, if you chose it for quality or supply reasons. Thanks! I really would like to know before ordering.

    1. Katie - Wellness Mama Avatar

      It was partially for cost issues, since the other company was having supply issues and was more expensive. They were The Maca Team if you want to order for them. I like the Mightly Maca because it has greens as well and is a great addition to breakfast… both are great though

  18. Roberta Avatar

    I started experiencing acne, facial hair, acne on my chest and I was very stressed, having anxiety.
    I just knew, I felt my body was off.
    I followed up with my ob and was diagnosed with PCOS, my hormone levels were off and I have higher levels of testosterone
    My doctor recommends birth control (specially yaz) which I’m not sure I’m ok taking, any birth control at that.
    I would really like to balance my hormones on my own and I love your article, I feel like it will help me accomplish that.
    So will your 9 steps help with balancing my issues or do you recommend a different regimen??

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