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Bowl of goodness.

Here comes another simple recipe to balance your hormones and get all the vitamins a woman needs.



What you need for one serving:


  • 3 carrots (help by preventing the reabsorption of estrogen from the intestine, meaning the liver can more effectively regulate metabolism)
  • a handful of brussel sprouts (contain high amounts of phytonutrients called isothiocyanates, which helps against tumor growth, especially in estrogen-sensitive breast cells)
  • 200g of pumpkin (Vitamin C is supposed to help increase the amount of lining in the uterus, helping to increase your chances of getting your period.)
  • some curry sauce
  • 100g of millet (A wonderful source of fibre, helps to slow the blood sugar spike when we eat)
  • Pumpkin seeds (help boosting estrogen production and have been known to be phytoestrogenic)


What to do:

Bake the pumpkin with a little bit of oil and herbs for about 10min at 200°C. Boil the millet with 200ml of water, then turn of the heat and let it soak until all the water is absorbed. Cut up the brussel sprouts and carrots, then cook them until soft. Add on your sauce of choice (I love curry) and arrange in a big bowl. Top it of with some pumpkin seeds. There you go!






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