Low Progesterone

If you’re suffering from any of the following signs, it might be because your progesterone levels are low:

  • weight gain⁠⁠
  • hypothyroidism⁠⁠
  • insomnia⁠⁠
  • headaches/migraines⁠⁠
  • anxiety/depression⁠⁠
  • sugar cravings⁠⁠
  • low libido⁠⁠
  • facial hair growth
  • hot flashes⁠⁠
  • hair loss
  • tender breasts
  • infertility
  • recurrent miscarriages
  • bloating
  • irregular cycles
  • spotting between cycles
  • heavy periods
  • PMS symptoms
  • menstrual cramps
  • fluid retention
  • low body temperature
  • osteoporosis
  • endometriosis, fibroids, cysts
  • high blood sugar levels

Natural ways to increase Progesterone levels:

  1. Vitamins + Minerals
    • Zinc
    • Magnesium
    • Vitamin B6
    • Vitamin C
  1. Targeted Foods
    • Nuts
    • Real Dark Chocolate
    • Citrus Fruits
    • Leafy Greens (like spinach and kale)
    • Cruciferous Veggies (like broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, brussels)
    • Bell Peppers
    • Avocado
    • Grass-fed Beef
    • Organic Poultry
    • Wild-caught Salmon
    • Shrimp
    • Oats
    • Seeds (like sesame, sunflower, pumpkin)
    • Bananas
  1. Lifestyle Changes
    • Manage Stress
    • Reduce Caffeine
    • Limit Alcohol
    • Stop Smoking
    • Gentle Exercise (don’t overdo it or progesterone levels drop)
    • Trash Plastic Food Containers
    • Don’t Use Plastic Water Bottles
    • Maintain Healthy Body Weight
  1. Natural Progesterone
  • Made with natural, P4 progesterone from wild yams.
  • P4 Progesterone is the exact kind the body produces naturally.
  • Promotes well-being and feelings of relaxation, harmony, and balance.
  • Easily absorbed into the body
  • Contains skin-nourishing essential oils and vitamin E
  • 100% plant-based and a naturally derived vegan formula
  • NO parabens, phthalates, petrochemicals, synthetic preservatives, synthetic fragrances, or synthetic dyes
  • Can benefit females who have gone through puberty and menstruate.
  • Can also benefit those who are heading into or already in menopause.
  • DO NOT USE if you’re taking any medically prescribed progestins or birth control pills.
  • Women with Hormone Positive Receptive Cancer should NOT use unless under the guidance of a doctor.

To see more info and testimonies, check out my “Progesterone” highlight on Instagram. Be sure to share it with your friends who might be suffering from low progesterone too.

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