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Hormone issues. need help

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by stevow7, Sep 3, 2018.

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  1. stevow7

    stevow7 Well known member

    hello guys im 6'3'' weight 154 and im 26. currently im dealing with a lot of hormone issues. with horrible symptoms which anxiety and depression are one of them. i currently went to several doctors without success. i dont know what to do, i dont know where to go i had to drop college and feel alone. doctors offered me quimical stuff to raise my testosterone and other hormones but i dont know if i should take them since im young.
     
  2. FredAmir

    FredAmir Well known member

    There certainly can be a lot of reasons why you are having hormonal issues. It can range from your diet and nutritional deficiency to TMS.

    What is your diet like?
     
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  3. stevow7

    stevow7 Well known member

    hello fred. well my diet consist off:

    protein: lean chicken, grass fed ground beef (2 times a week), 2 eggs in the morning, salmon, greek yogurt, cheese.

    carbs: oats, bread, papaya, strawberry, banana, pasta, potato, sweet potato, broccoli, coliflaur, brussel.

    fats: pb, cheese, almond milk, ground beef, salmon, coconut olive oil.

    breakfast: 2 servings of oats, almond milk, 1-2 eggs depending on what i plan to eat that day, 2-4 servings of egg whites, olive oil.

    lunch: .5 servings of gluten free pasta, 5 oz of chicken

    dinner: either red potato (350 grams) or sweet potato (300-325 grams) with either cheese, coconut oil if salmon or chicken or just plain grass fed ground beef since its high on fat.

    1 hour before bed: 4 slices of bread, 1.5 servings of peanut butter, 2 servings of strawberry, 3 oz of banana 1 serving of papaya, half a serving of greek yogurt, salt, cinnamon.

    its also tms because of the heavy stress and anxiety. if i could sleep better too that would help.
     
  4. FredAmir

    FredAmir Well known member

    I see that you have a very organized mind based on your organized and detailed answer. That's a plus when dealing with TMS.

    Please read my blogpost on disease-preventing diet. Start slow and keep moving in that direction. It has helped my clients reduce tension, anxiety, and improve health.

    https://www.fredamir.com/single-post/2016/12/29/Disease-Preventing-Diet

    What test have they done? Do you have an official diagnosis?
     
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  5. stevow7

    stevow7 Well known member

    will follow for sure and read it! thanks a bunch for the kind words Amir. well i have been diagnosed with a pituitary microadenoma but all they offer is trt and im still young for that. im trying my best to do it naturally but as we know, having messed up hormones will impact our health, specially mental health.
     
  6. FredAmir

    FredAmir Well known member

    I hope with this native approach to diet and avoiding the insulin yo-yo effect, you will see improvements. Try it for four weeks and let me know.
     

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