The Curious Link Between Estrogen, Thyroid, Histamine, and Cortisol – Adrenal Series #6

https://youtu.be/HP-0yGogBKo

Estrogen dominance, hypothyroidism, histamine intolerance, and high cortisol are all closely connected, and in fact they all stem from the same root cause. Fix it and the rest will fall into place. Start fixing the wrong one on its own and you’ll make the rest worse. It’s fascinating! It took me more than two years to connect all these dots and I’m super excited to put all of that knowledge into one concise video. I really hope this information will blow your mind as it did with mine.

To sum it up:

  • High estrogen (or estrogen dominance) creates more histamine.
  • High histamine promotes production of more estrogen, and the vicious cycle keeps feeding on itself.
  • Cortisol is your body’s antidote to histamine, so more cortisol is released to bring those histamine levels down.
  • High cortisol slows down thyroid function (as does high estrogen), which then leads to a sluggish liver and even more estrogen and histamine. And yes, you guessed it, more hypothyroidism.

Watch the video to learn more:

To be honest with you, I consider this video to be the most profound self healing video I’ve ever made because this information is life changing. Connecting these symptoms is the straightest road to resolving them. I can’t believe that none of the doctors are getting it.

If you know anyone who’s suffering with these health issues, please help them by sharing this information with them. It’s time to stop looking at separate symptoms without looking at the bigger picture.

This is Part 6 of the Adrenal Series, which means it’s the last one! I’m already super excited about the next one which is going to be all about estrogen dominance, low progesterone, period problems, and female hormonal balance in general. Let me know if there’s a particular topic you want me to address in that series. It’s going to be a huge one! There’s so much to talk about.

If you missed any of the previous posts about adrenal health, here they are:

Thank you for reading/watching!

Simply yours,
Vita xx

Disclaimer: My videos aren’t meant to give medical advice, treat, or diagnose. All I do is share everything I learn during my own healing and self-improvement journey. Please do your own research before trying anything and remember to always make well informed decisions because knowledge is power. 

Comments

  1. Hey Vita,

    I am a 27 year old male with high TPOabs, high Estrogen and Testosterone, low Ferritin and Histamine Intolerance. To conventional medicine, I am just normal. That’s why I have been trying to have an understanding and make nutrition my healer.

    Your connection makes sense to me, but what is the source of this knowledge? Do you somehow have any tips for men with Hashimoto’s?

    Ralph

    • It’s very unusual to see a guy with Hashimoto’s, but if you have high estrogen, it probably makes sense. Do you have any idea why your ferritin is low? Vegetarian or vegan diet perhaps? Ulcers? Overtraining perhaps? I made the connection after reading hundreds of books and articles. All the information is out there, just not many doctors or scientists are connecting everything yet. Everyone seems to only focus on their own field, not the whole body. xx

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