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From the founder of the popular Hormones Balance online community comes this life-saving program and cookbook filled with more than 125 tempting, nutrient-dense recipes to restore hormonal balance and achieve optimal health—resulting in improved energy, weight loss, lower stress levels, and enhanced emotional wellbeing for a wide-range of hormonal-related conditions. Millio From the founder of the popular Hormones Balance online community comes this life-saving program and cookbook filled with more than 125 tempting, nutrient-dense recipes to restore hormonal balance and achieve optimal health—resulting in improved energy, weight loss, lower stress levels, and enhanced emotional wellbeing for a wide-range of hormonal-related conditions. Millions of women suffer from the life-altering, often debilitating symptoms resulting from hormonal imbalances caused by thyroid conditions, adrenal fatigue, menopause, endometriosis, fibroids, PMS, and PCOS, among others: stubborn weight gain, brain and mood issues, low energy, and more. The good news is that most of these conditions are reversible. Holistic nutrition coach Magdalena Wszelaki knows this firsthand. Developing hyperthyroidism and then Hashimoto’s, adrenal fatigue and estrogen dominance propelled her to leave a high-pressured advertising career and develop a new way of eating that would repair and keep her hormones working smoothly. Now symptom free, Magdalena shares her practical, proven knowledge so other women may benefit. In Cooking for Hormone Balance, she draws on current research to explain the essential role food plays in keeping our hormones in harmony, and offers easy, flavorful recipes to help us eat our way to good health. She also offers clear, concise action plans for what to remove and add to our daily diet to regain hormonal balance, including guides for specific conditions. Magdalena provides dozens of delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes using twenty hormone-supporting superfoods and twenty hormone-supporting superherbs. From condiments, appetizers, and snacks to soups and salads to main courses and desserts, this comprehensive cookbook shares recipes for kitchen staples such as Creamy Mayo Four Ways and Healing Bone Broth, and options for every meal of the day, including Teff and Cherry Porridge, Sweet Potato and Sage Pancakes, Porcini Mushroom Beef Stew, Creamy Rosemary Chicken, Kohrabi Kraut, Zucchini Olive Oil Bread, Coconut Kefir Chia Pudding, Chocolate Lavender Muffins, and Turmeric Cardamom Latte. While a select number of dishes have become fan favorites on Magdalena’s website, eighty percent are new and exclusive to this cookbook. With make-ahead meals, quick meals ready in under twenty minutes, and time-saving tips and techniques, Cooking for Hormone Balance emphasizes minimal effort for maximum results. In addition, each recipe comes with modifications for Paleo, Paleo for Autoimmunity (AIP), anti-Candida, and low-FODMAP diets. Cooking for Hormone Balance is the comprehensive food-as-medicine approach for tackling hormone imbalance and eating your way to better health.


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From the founder of the popular Hormones Balance online community comes this life-saving program and cookbook filled with more than 125 tempting, nutrient-dense recipes to restore hormonal balance and achieve optimal health—resulting in improved energy, weight loss, lower stress levels, and enhanced emotional wellbeing for a wide-range of hormonal-related conditions. Millio From the founder of the popular Hormones Balance online community comes this life-saving program and cookbook filled with more than 125 tempting, nutrient-dense recipes to restore hormonal balance and achieve optimal health—resulting in improved energy, weight loss, lower stress levels, and enhanced emotional wellbeing for a wide-range of hormonal-related conditions. Millions of women suffer from the life-altering, often debilitating symptoms resulting from hormonal imbalances caused by thyroid conditions, adrenal fatigue, menopause, endometriosis, fibroids, PMS, and PCOS, among others: stubborn weight gain, brain and mood issues, low energy, and more. The good news is that most of these conditions are reversible. Holistic nutrition coach Magdalena Wszelaki knows this firsthand. Developing hyperthyroidism and then Hashimoto’s, adrenal fatigue and estrogen dominance propelled her to leave a high-pressured advertising career and develop a new way of eating that would repair and keep her hormones working smoothly. Now symptom free, Magdalena shares her practical, proven knowledge so other women may benefit. In Cooking for Hormone Balance, she draws on current research to explain the essential role food plays in keeping our hormones in harmony, and offers easy, flavorful recipes to help us eat our way to good health. She also offers clear, concise action plans for what to remove and add to our daily diet to regain hormonal balance, including guides for specific conditions. Magdalena provides dozens of delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes using twenty hormone-supporting superfoods and twenty hormone-supporting superherbs. From condiments, appetizers, and snacks to soups and salads to main courses and desserts, this comprehensive cookbook shares recipes for kitchen staples such as Creamy Mayo Four Ways and Healing Bone Broth, and options for every meal of the day, including Teff and Cherry Porridge, Sweet Potato and Sage Pancakes, Porcini Mushroom Beef Stew, Creamy Rosemary Chicken, Kohrabi Kraut, Zucchini Olive Oil Bread, Coconut Kefir Chia Pudding, Chocolate Lavender Muffins, and Turmeric Cardamom Latte. While a select number of dishes have become fan favorites on Magdalena’s website, eighty percent are new and exclusive to this cookbook. With make-ahead meals, quick meals ready in under twenty minutes, and time-saving tips and techniques, Cooking for Hormone Balance emphasizes minimal effort for maximum results. In addition, each recipe comes with modifications for Paleo, Paleo for Autoimmunity (AIP), anti-Candida, and low-FODMAP diets. Cooking for Hormone Balance is the comprehensive food-as-medicine approach for tackling hormone imbalance and eating your way to better health.

30 review for Cooking for Hormone Balance: A Proven, Practical Program with Over 125 Easy, Delicious Recipes to Boost Energy and Mood, Lower Inflammation, Gain Strength, and Restore a Healthy Weight

  1. 4 out of 5

    chell

    The information and excellent explanations of how to determine what foods you need for your specific problem is something that really helped me. Once you found your diet, there's handy weekly meal plans that get you started easily, but it would've been nice to 1. Add shopping lists, 2. Add info on the recipe if you are with 1 or 2 people. A lot of recipes are for 4 or 6 people. For meal prepping this is fine, but I'm often left with huge amounts of food and my freezer is overflowing. It's easier The information and excellent explanations of how to determine what foods you need for your specific problem is something that really helped me. Once you found your diet, there's handy weekly meal plans that get you started easily, but it would've been nice to 1. Add shopping lists, 2. Add info on the recipe if you are with 1 or 2 people. A lot of recipes are for 4 or 6 people. For meal prepping this is fine, but I'm often left with huge amounts of food and my freezer is overflowing. It's easier to create the recipes for1 or 2 people and if your whole family is ging to join you on your diet, just double or triple the ingredients. The recipes though... Especially the hot meals are bland uninspiring. I actually threw away a pan of veggie soup because it tasted like babyfood and there was nothing I could do to spice it up. A fish stew recipe also went down the toilet, even though a tripled all the taste makers, like garlic, onions etc. The breakfasts, salads and snacks are mostly really good, but double or triple the ingredients that give anything any taste. There's a cashew based lime pudding for instance where I tripled the amount on lime juice to get any taste out of it. If you are not a fan of coconut, this book is not for you. Same goes for nut allergies.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rhea Reece

    Lots of helpful information, but it felt like an overload. There is a sample menu, but no shopping list and 4 or more recommended paths depending on your unique situation. Definitely not a place for diet beginners. We tried most of the recipes but I couldn't bring myself to eat a handful of them. I thought I had done some difficult diets/fasts before but this one was too much for me. All of the food felt alien, i spent hours on our food daily, and our diet wasn't simple before this. There were l Lots of helpful information, but it felt like an overload. There is a sample menu, but no shopping list and 4 or more recommended paths depending on your unique situation. Definitely not a place for diet beginners. We tried most of the recipes but I couldn't bring myself to eat a handful of them. I thought I had done some difficult diets/fasts before but this one was too much for me. All of the food felt alien, i spent hours on our food daily, and our diet wasn't simple before this. There were lots of modifications to make and I usually gave up and ate salad. I hate salad. I would reccomend this cookbook if you have been diagnosed with a hormone disorder or an auto-immune disease, and need some serious answers to heal yourself with. The process will take months.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    This book is a wonderful source for learning about hormone problems and working to naturally balance them. It covers adrenal health, low progesterone, estrogen dominance, high testosterone/androgen dominance/PCOS, low thyroid (including Hashimoto's), and insulin resistance. There are many great pointers for the vast array of hormones discussed. Each hormone imbalance has a corresponding diet to follow and the recipes are included for all. The only thing I didn't love about this book was that man This book is a wonderful source for learning about hormone problems and working to naturally balance them. It covers adrenal health, low progesterone, estrogen dominance, high testosterone/androgen dominance/PCOS, low thyroid (including Hashimoto's), and insulin resistance. There are many great pointers for the vast array of hormones discussed. Each hormone imbalance has a corresponding diet to follow and the recipes are included for all. The only thing I didn't love about this book was that many of the recipes did not appeal to me. Around slightly less than half had corresponding pictures, the ingredient lists were quite long, and some recipes contained hard to find or expensive ingredients.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn Moor

    If you need to understand the power of food has on your overall health and energy levels and determining how to balance your hormones simply by making good choices to support your bodies changes- this is the book. Magdalena has done a great job online and now, with this book to inspire a practical and tangible way to make a shift in better direction. I really enjoyed the recipes and learned how my body is functioning and an be thrown into dysfunction.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gleave_girl

    Really great recipes. The recipes incorporate the "let food be thy medicine" philosophy. Many incorporate both culinary and medicinal herbs. I also really like that her recipes use a variety of different gluten free flours, unlike some books that only use one or two types of flour for all the recipes Really great recipes. The recipes incorporate the "let food be thy medicine" philosophy. Many incorporate both culinary and medicinal herbs. I also really like that her recipes use a variety of different gluten free flours, unlike some books that only use one or two types of flour for all the recipes

  6. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Leduc Catlin

    This is an outstanding book on understanding how the food we eat is at the core of most of our health issues. It has been incredibly helpful to me in dealing with peri-menopause, Hashimoto's, and especially Candida. But all that aside, Magdadena's eclectic tastes and diverse travels have brought together some of the most interesting, delicious, and healthy ingredient combinations I've found. This is an outstanding book on understanding how the food we eat is at the core of most of our health issues. It has been incredibly helpful to me in dealing with peri-menopause, Hashimoto's, and especially Candida. But all that aside, Magdadena's eclectic tastes and diverse travels have brought together some of the most interesting, delicious, and healthy ingredient combinations I've found.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kahlee

    This book is full of realistic recipes and well researched information. I borrowed it from the library but now plan to purchase my own copy. The only thing keeping it from 5 stars is that around 25% of the recipes seem too involved for me or would require ingredients that would need to be purchased online or from specialty stores.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Charity

    Great info but many recipes are labor intensive to the point of infeasible. As a temporary methodology it may be necessary but no way could I make my own everything all the time. Going to take the overall info but combine with recipes and offerings from local stores.

  9. 5 out of 5

    OvercommuniKate

    At one point, the author blames baby formula and birth control for causing relationship abuse. While a low-sugar, low-carb recipe book is always great, the content before the recipes is damaging and dangerous. The recipes start around halfway into the book and almost all contain ghee.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ida Taing

    Some good info and beverage ideas.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Good information, but in many of the recipes I have never heard of the ingredients before.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    A little too intense and detailed for me, but found a handful of good healthy recipes.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Swysgood

    Working on healing and this book is practical for the journey.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Raha Saber

    Very thorough and informative!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Killthehumans

    Half of all the content is brand names and websites of suppliers. Chaotic.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Helpful. I do have too many allergies to follow the program.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    very interesting

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Widdowson

    very helpful. helped to identify some deficiencies of my own

  19. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    I liked the organization of this book, and the recipes that I tried were actually quite good. It is definitely one that I would consider buying.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lyndsey

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I loved the way she described there being no pill or secret ingredient to good health. It can't be found in any one trend diet or supplement, rather it is a balance dictated by the individualities of your body, your genetic makeup, and the food you choose to eat. I read this and began the elimination diet in an effort to battle my canker sore breakouts, as well as other hormone-related ailments. The recipes were okay. I loved the way she described there being no pill or secret ingredient to good health. It can't be found in any one trend diet or supplement, rather it is a balance dictated by the individualities of your body, your genetic makeup, and the food you choose to eat. I read this and began the elimination diet in an effort to battle my canker sore breakouts, as well as other hormone-related ailments. The recipes were okay.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Elaine

    Cooking for Hormone Balance was an insightful read and a book I recommend to anyone looking to resolve personal health issues. There is a TON of information but the author has organized it in a way that is readable, easy to access and refer to. The recipes sound delicious and do not appear difficult to make; there are easy substitutions for ingredients you may not have access to or do not like to eat. This book is similar to so many others on the market purporting to help you resolve or manage Cooking for Hormone Balance was an insightful read and a book I recommend to anyone looking to resolve personal health issues. There is a TON of information but the author has organized it in a way that is readable, easy to access and refer to. The recipes sound delicious and do not appear difficult to make; there are easy substitutions for ingredients you may not have access to or do not like to eat. This book is similar to so many others on the market purporting to help you resolve or manage your health woes. Many of us forget that some health related issues are related directly to the foods we consume and as our body ages, some of the foods we once enjoyed as children and teenagers now have a detrimental effect. This book sheds a bright light on the foods we we, the hormonal changes women battle each and every day no matter your age, and how to take back your health, improve your eating habits and your quality of life. The recipes and steps outlined by the author are no cure-all, as she mentions. Rather, they are a lifestyle change to help you manage your health, reduce the side effects of serious illnesses and enable you to live a more active, productive, and hopefully, happier life.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    Who am I trying to kid with this book?!? While it looks interesting and many of the recipes look inviting, I know I'm not going to read the whole thing. I'm not going to cook anything, any time soon. I'm not motivated enough to actually do anything about boosting my flagging energy, or lower my constant (I'm sure) inflammation, or gain strength when I am the most sedentary person I know! And as for trying to restore a healthy weight? HA! I haven't seen that in 10 years now! Just the title alone s Who am I trying to kid with this book?!? While it looks interesting and many of the recipes look inviting, I know I'm not going to read the whole thing. I'm not going to cook anything, any time soon. I'm not motivated enough to actually do anything about boosting my flagging energy, or lower my constant (I'm sure) inflammation, or gain strength when I am the most sedentary person I know! And as for trying to restore a healthy weight? HA! I haven't seen that in 10 years now! Just the title alone sounds exhausting. And I should know since it's been glaring accusingly at me from the arm rest of my couch each night since some time in January! I can picture my headstone now: She might have lived longer if she ever bothered to read that book!

  23. 5 out of 5

    conniece merson

  24. 4 out of 5

    User

  25. 4 out of 5

    Hope

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Rosenberger

  27. 5 out of 5

    V Dixon

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

  29. 5 out of 5

    Asha Paul

  30. 5 out of 5

    Robin

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