Hormone Happy Breakfast

Are you bored of having the same breakfast time after time? Well the chances are that if you are so is your gut! Did you know that the average person eats ten foods a week and we should be eating a lot more than that!

So I’ve come up with a breakfast that will get your microbiome singing and dancing!


The Ingredients you will need:

Rolled organic Oats: 100 gms: Beta Glucans for hormones

Desiccated Coconut: 2 tbls: good fats

Coconut Yoghurt: 300ml: good fats and protein: anti inflammatory

Raspberries: 100 gms: antioxidants

Blueberries:100 gms:antioxidants

Chia Seeds: 1 desert spoon: good fats: omega 3: reduces inflammation

Almonds: one handful: good fats

Mint: spring: flavour

Nigella Seeds: (Kalonji) prevents oxidative damage

Macca Powder: Homone Rebalancer

Bee Pollen: Reduces menopausal and pms

Sea Salt: Potassium and anti inflammatory

Raw Honey: Drizzle (anti bacterial)

This makes a large bowl so you can share!

Why wouldn’t you?

Have you got the gut for happy hormones?

Have you got the gut for happy hormones?

Did you know that hormonal symptoms can mimic digestive issues?

When you get no results from chasing hormonal issues where do you turn?

What does a hormonal imbalance mean anyway?

Often patients are dismissed as being difficult or hypochondriacs and when HRT, supplementation, creams and injections don’t work, and your still left feeling fed up and fatigued what are your options?

Do you feel like you are chasing your tail and are only creating more stress?

Digestion plays an important role in determining overall nutritional status and health. Hormones are made form the food we eat and food will do one of two things; hinder or heal. If digestion is suboptimal then even the best healing food will lack potential for optimal wellbeing as the nutrients will struggle to be utilized and converted for energy. If a person has poor digestion then they are likely to struggle with assimilation and this can lead to mal absorption and potential ill health. A gastro intestinal system that has issues any where along the tract can have complications and implications that extend further than the digestive system.

Here is how you can balance your digestion and hormones.

  • Reduce and manage stress

  • Create the cephalic response

  • Support liber function

  • Maintain health blood sugar

  • Support your micro biome with good bacteria

  • Optimise digestive secretions

  • Eat a varied organic and seasonal diet

So when chasing hormones no longer works perhaps its time to look at your digestive capabilities.

 Love you to guts,


Do you want to feel empowered to beat your symptoms? Book a free 15 minute consultation with me and let’s get you on the path to becoming the best possible version of yourself.