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by Dr Milli
Your Health Journey
“Let Food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”
Food can be the medicine we need to help feed and fuel our hormones and help manage hormonal imbalances. A diet filled with whole unprocessed foods with plenty of plant-based fruit and vegetables which are high in antioxidants, mineral and vitamins is vital to help restore natural balance within our bodies. At certain phases of the menstrual cycle in menstruating women, specific foods can help support hormones, help boost progesterone and metabolise oestrogen to prevent oestrogen dominance.
Dr Milli Raizada
What is Lifestyle medicine?
Food can be the medicine we need to help
feed and fuel our hormones and help
manage hormonal imbalances.
Physical activity and exercise is not
only beneficial for physical health
but also mental health.
Stress can be positive if managed properly.
If we do not manage stress positively, the chemical
and hormonal changes that ensue in our bodies can be negative.
SLEEP! My mother always told me
when I was stressed, that a good night
sleep would make it all feel better tomorrow.
Avoidance of toxic substances
Toxic substances is not limited to alcohol, drugs and smoking,
Food and environmental substances can be hormonal
disrupters and can be just as damaging to your health.
Healthy relationships with colleagues,
families and friends is crucial to
mental and physical health.
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