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Hormonal Imbalance | 12 Home Remedies to Balance Your Hormones Part 2 | HealthTips24HD



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#HormonalImbalance | 12 Home Remedies to Balance Your Hormones Part 2 | HealthTips24HD

Hormones have profound effects on your mental, physical and emotional health.
These chemical messengers play a major role in controlling your appetite, weight and mood, among other things. This video will show you 12 natural ways to balance your hormones.

7. Drink Green Tea
Green tea is one of the healthiest beverages around. It contains an antioxidant known as epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which has been credited with several health benefits.
Since green tea has other health benefits and most studies suggest that it may provide some improvement in insulin response, you may want to consider drinking one to three cups per day.
Green tea has been linked to increased insulin sensitivity and lowers insulin levels for people who are overweight, obese or have diabetes.

8. Eat Fatty Fish Often
Fatty fish is by far the best source of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, which have impressive anti-inflammatory properties. Research suggests they may also have beneficial effects on hormonal health, including reducing levels of the stress hormones cortisol and adrenaline.
For optimal health, include two or more servings per week of fatty fish like salmon, sardines, herring and mackerel. Long-chain omega-3 fatty acids may help lower cortisol and epinephrine, increase insulin sensitivity and decrease insulin levels in obese and insulin-resistant individuals.

9. Get Consistent, High-Quality Sleep
No matter how nutritious your diet is and how much exercise you get, your health will suffer if you don’t get enough restorative sleep.
Poor sleep has been linked to imbalances of many hormones, including insulin, cortisol, leptin, ghrelin and growth hormone. To maintain optimal hormonal balance, aim for at least seven hours of high-quality sleep per night.

10. Stay Away From Sugary Beverages
Sugar in any form is unhealthy. However, liquid sugars appear to be the worst by far.
Avoiding sugar-sweetened beverages may be one of the best things you can do to improve your hormone balance. High intake of sugary beverages has consistently been linked to higher insulin levels and insulin resistance in overweight and obese adults and children.

11. Consume a High-Fiber Diet
Fiber, especially the soluble type, is an important component of a healthy diet.
To protect against insulin resistance and overeating, make sure you eat fiber-rich foods on a daily basis.
High fiber intake has been linked to improvements in insulin sensitivity and the hormones that control hunger, fullness and food intake.

12. Eat Eggs Anytime
Eggs are one of the most nutritious foods on the planet.
They’ve been shown to beneficially affect hormones that regulate food intake, including lowering levels of insulin and ghrelin.
Most studies have looked at the effects of eating eggs at breakfast because that is when people typically consume them. However, these nutrition powerhouses can be eaten at any meal, and hard-boiled eggs make a great portable snack.
Do you know any other remedy to balance hormones? Share with us in comments section below.

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