In a previous post, I discussed the importance of optimizing your gut microbiome for hormonal balance. Specifically, I highlighted how the estrobolome, the aggregate of the bacteria in your belly, directly influence hormonal levels through their ability to metabolize estrogens.
Many are shocked to learn about this direct relationship between the bugs in their gut and hormonal health. What is even more surprising to many is that the bacteria and organisms that line our reproductive organs also influence fertility and endocrine health.
As we continue to discover how the bacteria and microbes that live on, in, and around us impact every aspect of health, more and more we learn about how these specific “residents” are present in all our organs.
In my latest post, I explore the links between a healthy vaginal, endometrial, placental, and semen microbiome and pregnancy outcomes, hormonal balance, and overall health. I also provide tips to keep your whole reproductive microbiome in top shape.
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