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What can seed cycling help with?
Seed cycling has been used for hundreds of years to alleviate symptoms associated with hormonal imbalances, irregular and painful periods, hormonal acne and skin breakouts and PMS symptoms. These symptoms are often due to an imbalance between estrogen and progesterone throughout your cycle.
Seed cycling provides certain nutrients such as phytoestrogens, ligans, zinc and vitamin E, to support the production and elimination of key female hormones, estrogen and progesterone.
Whether it’s coming off the contraceptive pill, trying for a baby or going through menopause, seed cycling can guide you gently through some of those key transitional hormonal periods of your life.
Wondering how seed cycling helps with fertility and conception? Seed cycling has been found to balance the two main hormones affecting pregnancy (Progesterone and Estrogen), which can assist with falling pregnant.
Please note: Seed cycling is not recommended for women past their first trimester of pregnancy.
Currently, there is a huge opportunity for further research into the specific benefits of seed cycling on hormonal health. However, there is an extensive body of existing research that demonstrate the benefits of specific seeds for hormone health.
What the experts are saying
Here at The Natural Nutritionist (TNN) we use seed cycling as a natural technique to stimulate and balance the sex hormones required for menstruation, through consumption of different types of seeds throughout the month.
The Natural Nutritionist, published June 25, 2019.
Using seed cycling to balance hormones is a natural and inexpensive alternative to using drugs, supplements, or herbal remedies.