Hypopituitary

We would also suggest the following vitamins and supplements:

L-arginine: An amino acid that stimulates the production of hormones like growth hormones and insulin. Helps to reduce symptoms such as hair loss. Helps to balance the bodies fluids, heal wounds, boost sperm production and allow blood vessels to relax. *Food sources: Protein: organic, grain-fed eggs, cultured yoghurt, grass-fed beef, organically raised poultry, liver/organ meats, wild-caught fish, almonds, walnuts*.

Probiotics: The good bacteria to help balance the gut and improve health. It affects the metabolism. They cause significant elevations in growth hormone and testosterone levels. *Food sources: kefir, kombucha, apple cider vinegar, cultured yoghurt and vegetables*. Avoid processed foods, sugar, hydrogenated oils.

Copper: Plays an important part in bodily growth and repair. The body uses it frequently but cannot store the mineral in sufficient amounts. Eating foods rich in copper will prevent a deficiency and help to maintain hormonal balance. *Food sources: nuts, seeds, seafood, liver, oysters, beans*.

Glycine: An amino acid that plays a role in producing Human Growth Hormone. It increases HGH levels.

Healthy fats: These will help to balance your hormones naturally. The body needs these fatty acids to create hormones. They also reduce inflammation and improve heart health. *Food sources: Avocados, coconut oil, grass-fed butter, wild-caught salmon*.

Exercise: This is one of the best ways to balance hormones. And it is a wonderful way to stimulate HGH release.

Sleep: Adequate rest is essential for hormonal balance. The body regulates cortisol levels in the middle of the night. This helps your body take a break from the fight or flight stress responses of daily life. Sleep helps to balance the stress hormones and allows the body to recover.

– Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021

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We would also suggest the following herbs:

Adaptogens: Help to balance and restore the body. The connection between the brain and the body is balanced. They help with the response to any influence or stressor, normalising your physiological functions. They have shown a positive influence on the reproductive health of both men and women. Improving fertility and sexuality. It also helps with the protection of the heart and balancing the blood pressure, which can be a greater risk for those with hypopituitarism.

*Use with care if under hormone therapy*

Some powerful Adaptogens:

  • Ashwagandha
  • Astragalus
  • Ginseng
  • Holy basil
  • Rhodiola

– Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021

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