Estrogen Dominance: Symptoms, Tests, and Treatment | Dr. Mariza Snyder

There’s a common misconception that estrogen dominance only affects women.

The truth, however, is that ALL of us—men and women included—are likely estrogen dominant!

How is that possible?

To help us wrap our heads around what estrogen dominance is, we signed on the help of hormone expert and seven times best-selling author Dr. Mariza Snyder (@drmariza) to explain to us why this is on the rise today. 

When you watch this interview, expect to learn:

✨ The signs of estrogen dominance for both men and women

✨ How estrogen actually becomes more dominant

✨ The estrogen-progesterone “dance” and why this synergy must be maintained

✨ Which environmental toxins cause xenoestrogens (a.k.a. “fake” estrogens) to enter your body and how much chaos they bring to your health

✨ What you can do today to cleanse your home of these toxins (e.g. products to get rid of and alternatives)

✨ The effects of stress—real or perceived—on your hormone health (something we all need today!)

✨ The one test she recommends to detect hormone issues

✨ Dr. Mariza’s protocol for estrogen dominant patients, including one for your gut health

✨ The protocol for men when dealing with estrogen dominance 

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