Hormone Imbalance with Dr. Sara Gottfried: Why stress is ruining your health

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Kris Carr and Dr. Sara Gottfried discuss hormone imbalance and how it impacts everything from mood and sleep to weight gain and chronic disease. Find out more at: http://kriscarr.com/blog-video/hormone-imbalance-symptoms-sara-gottfried/

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Kris

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  1. rhovanion1
    rhovanion1 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    what about men 🙁

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  2. Alex O'Toole
    Alex O'Toole 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    oh yeah because only women get stressed right?

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  3. adeying
    adeying 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Good info on the approximate amount of net carb required by women. I've been on a strict low carb diet for about 60 days (20g & below) and my menses were all messed up (irregular, spotting, late) which I don't experience when I was taking much higher carb. I'm been doing some reading and watching vid such as this to understand better how carbs influence hormonal balance in women. Info focuses on women on this matter are quite limited. Thank you so much for this valuable knowledge. I'm trying to find my sweet spot now on my right amount of carb so that it'll not lead to adrenal stress which eventually cause higher level of cortisol. Hope to get everything well regulated again soon. Thanks!!

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  4. L. B.
    L. B. 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Thank you for the eye opening info.

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  5. diana wolf
    diana wolf 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Refer to Dr Greger for his comments/video on Omega 3s and vegan

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  6. Robyn Cooper
    Robyn Cooper 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Its Sexy being Green Love from #Australia

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  7. jhigh10able
    jhigh10able 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    another issue… women not living authentically in their feminism…

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  8. Denise Schnitzer
    Denise Schnitzer 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    What about GLUTEN FREE options? supplements (many times) have wheat in them 🙁 ~ any suggestions. I really loved this video. I have lots of symptoms mentioned (Gasp) so it's high-time I do something about it! Thank you for all you both do.

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  9. unitedjt345
    unitedjt345 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    One of the best videos Ive seen on balancing one's hormones. Thankyou for the amazing information!

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  10. Christian Ferrell
    Christian Ferrell 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Excellent video, very informative!

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  11. Lavinia Jennison
    Lavinia Jennison 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    I love you guys….and all the work you do!! Namaste

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  12. letshaveabreak
    letshaveabreak 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Isn't raw cacao (powder, nibbs) even better (than extra dark chocolate) to rebalance one's cortisol level?

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  13. lalman1337
    lalman1337 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    dat dr is one sexy woman !!!!

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  14. Don Karp
    Don Karp 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    So what's the deal with not believing that stress is harmful? Does this mean your cortisol levels are ok no matter what? Seems to me that this belief system would be a more important issue than the rest of this video, yet it was not elaborated on, nor were we given methods to alter our belief systems. Help, please?

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  15. Dr Agnes Frankel
    Dr Agnes Frankel 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    amazing episode!

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  16. Pretty Motivated
    Pretty Motivated 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Wow!! This such amazing info. Absolutely, transformational.

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  17. Jennifer Fong
    Jennifer Fong 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    I would really like to get back off OCPs and naturally regulate my hormones, I need suggestions on how to cut out birth control pills if you are using them to suppress Endometriosis and PCOS. 

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  18. sladeckova
    sladeckova 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Hmmm, chocolate – my skin always breaks out doesn't matter how dark/organic/pure chocolate or cacao nibs I eat. Anybody heard about it? Any insides? THX

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  19. Annie's Simple Life
    Annie's Simple Life 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Thanks for this!

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  20. IResonateWithU
    IResonateWithU 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Love you Kris but the stress intro was  unrealistic. "Taking time" is a great choice if you have it, but when say, your a caregiver or you have little children, when your life is truly complicated  you do not have the luxury of yoga or a hike.  Sometime I dont get the luxury of a shower,lol. People with the stress that needs alleviating do not have a support system- they dont have family to help, friends that can give freely, hearing "unstructured time" implies you CAN be away from kids or elderly or work. And if you can…then you dont have a stress problem that requires intervention,imo.

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  21. Vera Thomson
    Vera Thomson 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    well worth taking the time and looking at this.  this is basic good sense.
    it can remind people that they are more than their routines a nd their routines are what are causing them to be ill.

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  22. Sally Perkins
    Sally Perkins 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Flax is a source of omega-3   I wish all of us could afford to see and be helped by such amazing women like yourselves.

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  23. peter quenter
    peter quenter 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    (sorry, no idea why the text appears in strike-hrough here??)     Kris, Sara, – fabulous session – fun and informative to listen and watch –  allow me a note on Omega 3 ALA from plant source, please – although, yes, some people may have less efficient conversion rates than others ( for DHA it is noted that men can, on average, convert around 5% of ALA to DHA;  women can convert a bit more, because of need for pregnancy/nursing for the infant, 2 – 9 %), even at low conversion rates, a few tablespoons of flax oil, for example, will provide plenty of source Omega 3 fatty acid to provide for plenty EPA and DHA –   two tablespoons of flax oil can, even at low 2% conversion, still provide 200+mg of DHA –                           The important point to recognize is, that Omega 3 ( and Omega 6 healthily pressed!! and unrefined!!) need to be taken in 'macro'-dosage, not small supplemental dosages ( such as one would take a  fish-oil dosage of 2 – 5   1000mg capsules), but take flax oil, chia seed oil, sacha inchi… by the table spoon ( I take easily 3 – 6 table spoons of flax oil, Udo's oil, Omega 3-6 blends in a day… and still use additionally some coconut oil, have fats from an organic kefir or yoghurt, nuts and seeds… ) – these are food oils, not supplements !  Most importantly, when buying such oils, the pressing method is of utmost priority to be considered – a  commercial flax oil press can create (seeds are small and somewhat hard and a grinding-pressing method will create temperatures up to 150Celsius just by the nature of the pressing… and still can be labeled 'cold-pressed' (no intentional external heat added) !!     So we need to choose our Flax-oil and Omega3-6/9 Oils wisely, knowing how the company presses them…   any fats and oils, for that matter !!  ( yes, I am biased towards the company Flora (Udo's Oil), here in Canada, and do education for them; but as a independent natural health practitioner, I choose to do education for them, rather than others, because of their no-heat, no air, no-light oil pressing methods ) – in any case, that's not the point – the point is that many people simply do not eat enough healthy fats to allow their bodies the conversion amounts needed and to supply all the tissues with fatty acids needed for healthy functioning; and it is difficult to supply simply the volume/amount needed with fish oils alone  (too much trans fatty acids, too much animal protein, sugar, alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, imbalanced ration between Omega3 – 6, nutrient deficiencies… all can inhibit our natural conversion rates); one needs to use nutritional-food oils for the main part of daily fatty intake   –           well, thanks much for your video and reading to the end of this rant  :)      – I look forward to exploring your  hormone-blog, Sara, and listening to more of your videos, Kris  –  good wishes
    peter quenter

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  24. Martine1love
    Martine1love 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Fantastic video and lecture. As always, thank you for the wonderful, sensible, relevant information.  Love all you do Kris, and all the people you support and consult with. You are a true inspiration in this world and life!

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  25. HealthNut Nutrition
    HealthNut Nutrition 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Such a great interview! Learned a lot 🙂 You both are so inspirational <3

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  26. Kahlen G
    Kahlen G 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    this was such an awesome chat! I learned so much I didn't know before and I will for sure be checking out that book.. Very exciting. Lots of love to both of you wonderful souls 🙂

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  27. Sarah Sprei
    Sarah Sprei 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Thank you for uploading videos again. I've really missed them and look forward to more!!

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  28. Gabriela Pasiarova
    Gabriela Pasiarova 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Im gonna get the dark chocolate now 🙂 Great video, thank you so much!

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  29. Lori Naon
    Lori Naon 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Two of my favorite wellness warriors in one place…love it!  I'm almost finished with my Hormone Cure program for coaches with Dr. Sara and can't wait to bring it out into the world 😉

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  30. HealthTube
    HealthTube 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    cool interview, thanks!

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  31. Camille Otero
    Camille Otero 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Well it appears I have low progesterone…but the only cure is to go to a Dr. 🙁 I haven't seen a Dr. in years as I usually feel great except for a few things this is causing.  Any other suggestions besides the Dr visit??  Thank you for this amazing video!

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  32. 7peacefrog
    7peacefrog 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    I have never heard of Dr Gottfried So I was really glad that I got this from you I have been having a lot of trouble and was really glad to hear this I have an app.  today and after taking the quiz I will be asking my new doctor about a morning Cortisol test Thank you both!

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  33. Darris B. Nelson
    Darris B. Nelson 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    I have no TV and don't shop so I'd never heard of Dr. Gottfried, so thank you Kris! I'll be 60 next year and have a pretty calm life but I've always been a 'type A' personality. I've already dealt with malignant melanoma (almost 10 years ago : ) and altered my diet (mostly alkaline & vegan). I'm fit and beach walk daily but having gone through menopause 7 years ago I notice hormone discourse. I don't buy chocolate but do splurge on dark chocolate almond milk once in a blue moon. Thanks for this introduction Kris and Sara!

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  34. Sarah A
    Sarah A 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Happy I found your You tube channel. Love your story and excited to tune in more.

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  35. Mary Kate
    Mary Kate 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Love this!  Thank you for all of that great information!  I will need to pick up that book soon!

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  36. blomst85
    blomst85 19 February, 2017, 16:39

    Thank you for such good information. I have been reading a lot about the hormones lately. I have one question for you. I am aware of my hormones being out of balance, but: Do you have any suggestions for what to do when you are dealing with  an sever eating disorder for many years. How can I work with my stress around food, body and money to regulate my hormones?

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