Grow Your Own HRT

Sprout hormone-rich greens in only two minutes a day
By (author) Sally J. Duffell
Grow Your Own HRT
Sprout hormone-rich greens in only two minutes a day
By (author) Sally J. Duffell

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Pages : 224

Book Size : 6 x 9

ISBN-13 : 9781844097371

Imprint : Findhorn Press

On Sale Date : November 14, 2017

Format : Paperback Book

Illustrations : 13 color Illustrations

Sprouted foods are one of the world’s richest sources of plant hormones, the densest form of nutrients on the planet, and are easy to digest. Duffell shows why some women experience menopause without problems and how to become one of them by growing hormone-rich plants on your windowsill in just two minutes a day.

About Grow Your Own HRT

Feeling menopausal and need some help? Did you know you can grow your own HRT? Sprouted foods are one of the world’s richest sources of plant hormones and not only the densest form of nutrients on the planet but also easy to digest. As we evolved on plant hormones, we have receptors in our cells looking for them and it supports our systems to get them back into our diets. "Grow Your Own HRT" shows the scientific proof of why some women menopause without problem and how you can become one of them. You find detailed instructions on how to grow hormone-rich plants on your windowsill in just two minutes a day. In addition, the author details how to self-diagnose, how much to take and which sprouts to grow for which symptoms.

This book shows scientific proof that sprouted foods contain
• Plant oestrogens
• Plant progesterone
• Plant sterols
• Natural detoxifying nutrients.

Plus all the studies on how sprouted foods help
* Menopause symptoms
* Cancer
* heart disease
* osteoporosis
* dementia
* diabetes
* autism

Say no to expensive supplements, changing your whole diet and synthetic hormones. Grow your own HRT the way nature intended--it's quick, cheap and natural--you have nothing to lose.
Table of Contents

Table of content


Part One -- Why you should Grow Your Own HRT

Chapter 1 – Why Western Women have such a bad time during menopause
Chapter 2 – The two ways to menopause (and why nobody mentions the second one)
Chapter 3 – The Western Diet versus Eastern Health: is it really that simple?
Chapter 4 – The amazing ways we achieve Hormonal Balance
Chapter 5 – What we thought was going wrong and how we have tried to fix it
Chapter 6 – How we are slowly learning what plant hormones / other phytochemicals can do for us
Chapter 7– How we can mimic traditional diets in modern ways – practical suggestions/scientific research
Chapter 8 – Why grow sprouted greens and beans as HRT – The historical perspective

Part Two -- How to Grow your Own HRT

Chapter 9 – What is bean and seed sprouting, and how can I do it?
Chapter 10 – How to grow Mung, Lentil, Aduki and Chickpea
Chapter 11– How to grow Alfalfa, Broccoli, Radish and Red Clover
Chapter 12 – How to grow Fenugreek and Flax
Chapter 13 – How to grow Cress
Chapter 14 – Troubleshooting

Part Three -- How much to eat, what else to eat, how to self-diagnose

Chapter 15 – How much are you getting already? (foods with plant oestrogen / progesterone)
Chapter 16 – Diagnosing yourself – which plant hormones do you need?
Chapter 17 – Gut bacteria, liver function and other important compounds
Chapter 18 – Synthetic hormones, chemical hormones, what are they, where are they, and why you should avoid them

Part Four -- Plant hormones and prevention of other illnesses

Chapter 19 – Plant hormones and Cancer
Chapter 20 – Plant hormones and Osteoporosis
Chapter 21 – Plant hormones and Dementia
Chapter 22 – Plant Hormones and Heart Disease

Part Five -- Testimonials

Chapter 23 – My menopause diary
Chapter 24 – Kate Tym’s Story
Chapter 25 – Lisa’s Pope’s Story
Chapter 26 – Viryapuspa Nolan’s Story
Chapter 27 – Jenny Allan’s Story

Part Six -- Appendices – A deeper look at some of the issues surrounding menopause

Appendix 1 – The story of Traditional HRT
Appendix 2 – Why research into supplements is so contradictory?
Appendix 3 – What about Bioidentical hormones (aka Biomatching and BHRT)
Appendix 4 – Hard evidence about hormones in the environment; why haven’t they been banned?
Appendix 5 – It’s about the molecules – stupid!
Appendix 6 – The progesterone story
Appendix 7 – Recipes

Afterword - Glossary of terms - Resources

Author Bio
Sally J. Duffell has been growing, teaching and writing about bean sprouting for many years. She extensively researched the scientific proof behind their rich bounty of plant hormones, their effects on menopause symptoms and the diseases of ageing. She lives in Hastings, UK.