To balance out your hormones first and most importantly start with your diet. Identify not only what you’re allergic to, but also what you are sensitive too.
Some people have sensitivities to gluten, milk, nuts, lectins that are found in grains, and all kinds of other things.
Different people have trouble digesting different things and when we eat these things that we are sensitive too our bodies become stressed out and cortisol is released.
Our balance of testosterone and estrogen can be affected by things like high fructose corn syrup, non-organic meats, processed meats, and dairy that is pumped full of growth hormones.
If you eat dairy products or for some people grains and you feel like garbage 2-3 hours after, you may want to try to remove it from your diet.
Use this approach for all other food groups that you may be sensitive to. Making your diet hormone friendly also can include adding certain food.
Many times we eliminate fats almost entirely from our diet when trying to burn fat. This is such a big mistake because fats are responsible for producing many of our good hormones that lead to weight loss.
So try adding some healthy fats back into your diet. Another thing you should do is try to have protein
and a lot of fiber in every meal this way you spike your metabolic rate and balance estrogen levels.
In general, you must switch to a natural diet for your body, you definitely cannot balance hormones by eating junk and processed foods.
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