What you will discover:
- Gut health and gut bacteria are the most overlooked elements of hormonal balance (includes menopause, thyroid issues, estrogen excess).
- The microbiome is now considered an endocrine organ, some consider it even more powerful than the other endocrine glands – it controls the production and inhibit or support hormonal balance.
- You can’t get far in your healing if you don’t fix the gut microbiome.
- Kiran covers how bacteria impact these hormones: serotonin (and its role), dopamine (and its role), norephinephrine.
- Correlation of between the gut microbiome and depression.
- How the gut bacteria impact estrogens (hint: the gut produces all three estrogens), promotes the levels of estriol (aka E3, the protective estrogen) and helps with reducing symptoms of menopause and osteoporosis.
- Impact of the bacteria on the estrobolome which detoxifies us from the harmful estrogen – these estrogens are the main cause of breast cancers, breast lumps.
- We have all the bacteria we need, the issue is how much of each to create a balanced ecosystems – the Megasporebiotics help suppress harmful bacteria and regrowth of underrepresented positive bacteria.
- Spore bacteria also suppress the inflammation in the gut and closes the walls of the gut.
- Progesterone is also produced in the micro biome which then signals when and how much to produce.
- Menopause – the microbiome (and sporebiotics) can help produce estriol (E3) which alleviates menopause symptoms.
- One dose of broad spectrum antibiotics can decrease the gut bacteria by up to 90%! Megasporebiotics help with the re-growth of the positive bacteria (take Megasporebiotics if you must take antibiotics).
- How the spores help bring down the TPO Hashimoto’s antibodies – currently studied based on patient stories.
- Bottom line: The key to balanced hormones is a healthy gut with a wide range of bacterial microflora.
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