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Six Ways Hormones Affect Digestion

  1. Low progesterone causes constipation
  2. DHEA speeds up GI lining repair
  3. Melatonin regulates stomach acid
  4. Birth control thickens bile to cause gall stones
  5. Non-beneficial bacteria in the gut prevent excess estrogen from leaving the body
  6. Elevated progesterone increases candida growth

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