Hormones are messengers that connect various glands in the body. The hypothalamus is the CEO of the endocrine system. Using hormones, it communicates to the other glands and coordinates activity promoting health. Hormones can become imbalanced by toxins in the environment, especially xenohormones or synthetic estrogens. A compromised liver impairs function and clearing of hormones used by the body. Environmental imbalances in the water we drink, food we eat, and lotions we apply to the body can disrupt normal hormone physiology.
Avoid canned and processed foods because their toxins clog your liver and interfere with its job of clearing toxins. The best way to improve endocrine or hormonal function is to eat whole green vegetables, which reduce estrogen, and to take either two tablespoons of coconut oil per day or one tablespoon of flax per one hundred pounds of body weight. Oil is critical for your car’s engine and necessary for hormone creation.