Low estrogen typically occurs during menopause but can also occur in pre-menopausal women for many reasons such as chronic infections, and nutrient deficiencies. There are certain foods that contain phytoestrogens. These are compounds that act like estrogen in the body. Eating foods rich in phytoestrogens, as well as foods that contain healthy fats will help to boost estrogen productions.
This meal plan is for you if:
- you are have low levels of estrogen
- you are in menopause
- you have symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, brain fog, painful intercourse, headaches, anxiety, cry easily, insomnia, thinning hair, weight gain and joint pain
Try out fantastic recipes such as spiralled veggie hummus wraps, slow cooker honey garlic chicken and raw peach pie.
All recipes are dairy free, grain free, gluten free and sugar free.
Includes a shopping list, nutritional information & delicious recipes for 3 daily meals and 3 daily snacks.
This 7-day meal plan is for 2 people.