Today on Menopause Mastery, Ana Gonzalez Herrera joins us to discuss endometriosis and menopausal health, specifically endocrine disruptors. Ana was traveling around the world for her job when she started to experience extremely painful periods. In her mid twenties, she was diagnosed with endometriosis.
Ana is now passionate about helping other women manage their endometriosis and related symptoms through her work in endocrine disruption. She is also passionate about helping women optimize their health and works to educate them on the best ways to do that. She created Hormone University, the first educational platform dedicated to hormone health, as well as Glow Botanica, a company she launched that provides natural remedies for hormonal balance.
Tune in to learn the dangers of endocrine disruptors in beauty products and how to identify them. Many products marketed as natural or organic may actually not be as “clean” as they appear. Ana warns that these products can have a negative effect on one’s overall health and encourages people to do their research when looking for products.
Key Takeaways on Endocrine Disruptors:
- Endocrine Disruptors and Natural Remedies
- Ana’s Personal Journey of Pain and Resilience
- The Impact of Hormonal Health on Women’s Lives
- The Relationship Between Stress, Sex Hormones, and Endometriosis Treatment
- The Dangers of Toxic Chemicals and How to Reduce Exposure
- Microbiome Testing and Hormone Replacement Therapy
- Benefits of Marshmallow Root, Vitex, and Magnesium Lotion
- “Vitex is a wonderful ingredient that has so many different benefits for both premenstrual syndrome and menopausal symptoms. We’ve had thousands of women really enjoying this product.” -Ana Gonzalez Herrera
- “Endometriosis is an excruciatingly painful condition. It affects 10% to 15% of women. We’re talking about around 200 million women around the world that suffer from endometriosis, and it takes an average of seven years to get diagnosed.” -Ana Gonzalez Herrera